Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Which Path Do We Choose to Financial Freedom?

Having a 'bricks and mortar' highly profitable business or a high salary job could enable a person to achieve financial freedom, if they knew how to save and invest.

Those of us who prefer to have our own flexible business, which we can initially run alongside our 'day jobs', have one of three main choices, if we study those that have gone before us, and achieved success and freedom.

There is the choice of property, a long term and steady asset, but in most cases, the need for a large capital to use as a deposit means that this can be prohibitive, due to the need to save a large sum, which is invested, so there is a large initial set-up cost. It can also take time to save such a large sum. There is also the added concern of the on-going management of the property portfolio, which can also be taxing to the mind and body! Property is a good long term investment and I have seen many people do well, but it is a long term strategy.

The second option is trading, which comes in many forms. A fairly large sum needs to be accumulated prior to trading to make head-way when aiming for financial freedom. There are varying degrees of risk, depending on the type of trading. Much study and expertise is required to trade successfully and even then you can be subject to the movement of the markets, which you may learn how to handle, depending on your education. I, myself, took a trading course last year and enjoyed it immensely. I can see the value and possibility in trading, but again there is a large sum to save and invest, which is somewhat at risk. 

My favoured option is to have an on-line business, in which the start up costs are minimal, there is hardly any risk and you can learn at your own pace, in order to start a successful business. This is far from an easy option, but is the most viable in achieving financial freedom, if the correct skills are learnt and put into practice.

The best part of an on-line business is that whilst you are creating your own products and services, you can become an affiliate for other companies, make good commissions, if you choose the 'right' company and learn the skills to set up a successful on-line business.

Four months ago I joined one such company. They initially provide a 21 step programme which educated me on many aspects of having an on-line business. I had two coaches, one in the UK and one in the US, who were both excellent. If you are interested in checking it out please click the link below:

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There are further aspects of training that I will share with you, but even just doing the 21 steps for the small application fee of $49 was worth every cent and I highly recommend it: 

I hope at least some of this information has been useful and I look forward to sharing more of my experience with you.

Wishing you happiness and success,


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