Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune. Jim Rohn
The importance of education to one’s success is undeniable. Yes, we’re born with unique strengths that we need to embrace and nurture. However, there are important skills that a growth minded individual can learn if he or she so chooses to help them reach their full potential.
Formal education still plays a significant role and for some specialized careers, it’s absolutely required. However, with the price of higher education still expensive, the dilemma of how to pay for it without going into massive debt remains. Some 44 million Americans collectively hold over $1.6 trillion in student debt. And these numbers are growing.
For those families looking to ensure their children don’t come out with stifling debt burdens, they are saving portions of their wealth just to hand them over to the universities while potentially jeopardizing and delaying their ability to retirement as they dreamed.
What if there was a different way to finance education that keeps you in more control of your wealth now and can help you secure the retirement of your dreams? Check out the Wealth Matters podcast I was on with Alpesh Parmar in which I cover:
▶️ How Families/Investors can Invest/Finance Things in their Life Such as Education?
▶️ The Approach People Need to Take in Growing their Assets
▶️ COVID19’s Effects on the Education System
▶️ The Typical Ways Families are Advised to Save for College
▶️ Alternative Ways to Save Money or Fund College
Having more control of your freedom of your finances is within your grasp, if you’re willing to continue learning and exploring alternatives to the typical advice.