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Why Pursuing An Alternative Career Is Better For Achieving Financial Freedom

by Paul Scolardi, CEO of Super Trades LLC

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There are so many young people today who are looking for careers that can help them make money and have the financially stable life they have always wanted. There is nothing wrong with dreaming big and wanting to find a career that can help you make money. However, there are so many people that want to achieve this level of financial freedom, but who aren’t following the right path to do so. If you want to truly be financially stable and have the successful life you have always wanted to have, you need to be willing to look beyond the traditional 9-5 jobs.

Most people who want to make money in their careers will automatically look at the same jobs: doctors, lawyers, financial planners. However, while 9-5 jobs can come with a strong salary, they typically have a limit. There is only so much money you can make at these jobs and there is a limit to the salaries that come with these positions. If you truly want to make a lot of money and have actual financial freedom, you need to look at alternative careers. Jobs like freelancing or creating your own business give you the best opportunity for success in today’s demanding market. There are so many ways to be self-employed in this manner, sometimes you just need a little creativity in order to figure out what alternative career option is right for you.

If you want to gain financial independence, then you need to consider one of these alternative jobs. There is no salary limit with an alternative career like this. If you want to achieve financial independence, then these are the types of careers you need to start pursuing. When you are your own boss, and in control of your own clients and earning opportunities in this manner, there are no limits to how much you can make. The only ceiling you have to worry about is the ceiling that you are putting on yourself.

Your limits are set back how much or how little you are willing to work. If you have the right work ethic and are willing to put in the necessary number of hours, you can earn a great deal of money and finally reach your state of financial independence. With an alternative career, you not only have financial freedom you have other freedoms as well that come with being your own boss. You not only don’t have to worry about money, but you don’t have to worry about bosses, strict 9-5 hours and office policies as well. This is true freedom.

Think what makes you happy, what you need and how much money you need to make in order to reach what you think is a state of financial freedom. This amount can vary from person-to-person depending on your own individual needs. Your personal state of financial independence can vary, but if you have a plan, you can start working towards reaching this state.

If you have always wanted to live a life where you are not restrained or worried about money, then choosing an alternative career is one of the best ways to do it. You just need to be willing to take risks and be creative enough to find a way to take your own skills and talents and transform them into a business opportunity and a way to make money. Many people are afraid to take this risk and to pursue alternative career opportunities. However, self-employment opens up an avenue of unique opportunities for any person to earn money and reach the state of financial freedom they have always wanted to achieve.

 

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Paul Scolardi is the CEO of Super Trades LLC. He spent 16 years in Corporate Finance as a Certified Public Accountant and Chief Financial Officer. Additionally, Scolardi has also been investing/trading in stocks for over 18 years and is a self-made multi-millionaire from it. He is currently a financial educator with more than 1,100 students in over 30 countries and recently had his first student to also become a millionaire from his strategy.

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