You can achieve financial freedom
I love teaching people how to make the most of the money they work hard for!
Most of them are just like you… they’re on average incomes, they’re not looking to become multi-millionaires, they’re not looking for fame and fortune — they want financial security for themselves and their family and they want someone to help them achieve it.
Almost everyone I work with has reached the same fork in the road… they’ve been going along on autopilot and realised that’s not going to get the job done. Autopilot is taking them further and further off course and further and further from their desired destination.
The younger you are when you reach that realisation, the better!
And right now, I’m going to let you in on the secret to achieving financial freedom…
The secret is in becoming clear on what financial freedom means to you. It’s different for everyone. In the last week I’ve seen someone whose idea of financial freedom is being able to stop working at 50 and another who sees no reason to ever stop working because they love what they do. Financial freedom is relative.
You tell me what financial freedom looks like for you and I’ll help you get on the best track possible to make it a reality.
Now, sometimes the ultimate dream isn’t always achievable. Life is about compromise. However, with someone in your corner coaching you to make the best money decisions possible, at least you’ll be giving yourself the best chance possible to get as close to your dreams as you can.
Here are some of the common dreams people tell me:
· Get the house paid off and have the security of owning their own home
· To know they are one day going to be able to retire comfortably
· To give their kids the best start possible
· To not have money stress in their lives
· Money in the bank for emergencies
Do these things resonate with you? Having a clear idea of what financial freedom means to you will help you focus your mind to make great financial decisions that lead you closer to achieving your goals rather than further away.
To reach the goal of becoming financially independent, you need to create a plan to get you there and commit to it fully. In my experience, people don’t know what to do, don’t have the time to do it, or are paralysed by too many options being available. Just like every other aspect of your life, when you need help, it makes sense to outsource the job to an expert.
Becoming financially independent is all the easier when you get independent financial advice to guide you.
Let me know if you’d like to chat.
If you’d like to find out more about how INDEPENDENT financial advice could help you manage cash flow, pay off the mortgage faster, get the most out of super and invest wisely, then get in touch on 0411 484 464 or head to wealthtrain.com.au.
Daniel McGregor is the man behind Wealth Train and is a member of the Independent Financial Advisers Association of Australia. This advice may not be suitable to you because it contains general advice which does not take into consideration any of your personal circumstances. All strategies and information provided are general advice only.
Daniel McGregor and Wealth Train are authorised representatives of Independent Financial Advisers Australia AFSL 464629