Eric Reinholdt's Interviews
EA534: Eric Reinholdt - The 3 Phases of Growth for a Successful Small Firm Architecture Business
The 3 Phases of Growth for a Successful Small Firm Architecture Business Eric received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Roger Williams University in 1996, graduating with high honors and the Independent Architecture Project Thesis Award. Eric is a licensed Architect in Maine and NCARB certified, eligible for re
What’s Wrong with This Popular Retirement Strategy?
Do you worry about running out of money in retirement? How do you draw down your assets without tanking your portfolio? Eric + Jason talk with FIRE bloggers Karsten Jeske and Fritz Gilbert about the bucket strategy. Is it a reasonable withdrawal plan or nothing more than a gimmick? They discuss alternative approaches,
What the FIRE Community Gets Wrong - Talking with Karsten Jeske
What would you do if you ran out of money in retirement? It's hard to imagine a scarier outcome, and yet many on the FIRE path may be at risk for this if they get their portfolio withdrawal rate wrong. In this episode, Eric + Jason talk with Karsten Jeske, the creator of the Early Retirement Now blog. Known by many as
Retirement Is Nothing Like I Thought It Would Be
We all daydream about what retirement will be like, but will reality live up to expectations? In this episode, Eric and Jason are joined by Fritz Gilbert, who blogs at The Retirement Manifesto (https://theretirementmanifesto.com). Now nearly four years after retiring early, Fritz brings valuable experience + perspectiv
Monday Morning Coffee with Eric Reinholdt
Eric Reinholdt is an award-winning architect, mountain climber, designer, guitar player, paper cutter, blogger and author. He is the founder of 30X40 Design Workshop, a residential design studio bordering Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island just off the coast of Maine.