There is no greater feeling on this planet than to be able to have a conversation with one of my dear clients to reassure them that they’re in a position to chase their dreams.
The other day, a client called me and explained that she was frustrated with her job and felt like she was missing out on time with her young children. Not only that, but she also had a dream of pursuing a business and knew she’d be successful if she could only be free of the ties that bound her in her current job. I could sense the uncertainty over taking the leap of faith and she wanted to be sure she would not be jeopardizing the financial security of her family.
But here’s the thing…this lady was prepared to take the risk, she just didn’t know it. She had made sound financial decisions her entire life. She had saved enough cash to support her during the transition, she carried little debt and wasn’t a slave to crazy monthly payments, she had thought about the decision to quit her job from multiple angles and even had a fallback plan, and most importantly, she had faith that God would always take care of her.
I crunched some numbers and was able to tell her with reasonable confidence that she could make it work – and she will likely do just that! You see, there’s a right way and a wrong way to start a new business and, thankfully, I’m excited to join her on the ride to pursuing her new endeavors.
If you need help chasing your dreams or starting a new business, let me know! I’d love to help. And thanks for sharing with anyone you know who may be on this path…
Actual results will vary. The above case does not constitute a recommendation as to the suitability of any investment for any person or persons having circumstances similar to those portrayed, and a financial advisor should be consulted