Change is difficult.
Often change brings about fear, fear of the unknown. Or doubt, doubt that you’re up for the challenge. Or maybe even isolation, a feeling that you are the only person in the world going through this particular change.
I too have been afraid of change. Especially when it comes to investing. What if I lose my money? What if it doesn’t work? What if I fail?
As an investment expert I’m here to share with you the bright side of change. After all, without change, we can never achieve greater success and unlock our highest potential.
"Once I became open minded the best decision I made was to get educated."
I was not open minded until I started asking myself, what if I don’t fail? What if it does work? What if I triple my money? Once I became open minded the best decision I made was to get educated. I started to learn how others, for lack of a better word…WIN.
Once I took the time to understand the do’s and don’ts of investing. The change, to start investing, became easy. So easy, that I couldn’t wait until the next deal, then the next, and the next. I had changed.
Because of this change, in a few short years, I became financially free.
Finally, I was able to get the education I needed to determine if I should keep working as engineer or retire at the age of 30. Now although it may be best for some to keep working in their career path, for me, it was overwhelmingly clear that the best decision was to retire and closely monitor the money I had amassed while investing on the side.
My new goal was to help others accomplish exactly what I had accomplished. What does that look like? How do I do that? Will people listen? I went for it. Again, I had changed.
Without change, without education, I would not be who I am or where I am today. Looking back to those days of waking up at 5:05am to be at work for Boeing at my desk by 6am sharp, while having my boss assign me projects (some of which were meaningless), seems almost unimaginable to me. I assure you that that was once my life but that was so long ago and so different from who I am today that it almost seems like…well…fantasy.
I say this not to brag or boast. I say it because it truly intrigues my mind. In the same way that being financially independent felt like an unattainable fantasy when I was working hard every day as an engineer, now working a job seems even more fictional and foreign to me. My mind has trouble comprehending or envisioning what it would look like or feel like if I were going to a job every day. Isn’t that weird, especially since I actually experienced it at one point? I have changed.
Now, my mission is to help others change. I want to share with you how I did it and how you can do it too. I want you to reach the next level. I want to be there encouraging you along the way. Together we will tackle fear and doubt and make the change!
Join me and take the next step to becoming financially independent!