Let me start by sharing my story. For me, one of my definitions of financial freedom is being my own boss. I've always dreamed of no longer having to answer to anyone, not having to deal with corporate politics, not working hard so someone else can look good (typically the higher-ups),and not worrying about looking good during performance reviews with the hopes of getting promoted. Being my own boss means I run my own schedule. My day starts when I want it to. I don't wake up to an alarm clock anymore. I set my schedule and priorities based on what's important to ME and not due to someone else's fire drills or lack of planning. I wrote a blog about how my first month went. June is now my second month coaching full-time and I am already profitable halfway through the month. For me, nothing beats being my own boss and running my own show and having my own rules without the need to ask for approval.
When I was in corporate, retiring early at 55 was one of my goals (and my retirement model supports that as well). But now that I'm running a business I love so much, I might never have to retire. I'll work as long as I am able to help people. Usually, people dream of early retirement because they're not happy with their corporate job. Do you really want to continue working doing something you don't truly love just dreaming about the day you don't have to work?
Share your story, what are your financial dreams? What does financial freedom look like to YOU?
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