Pete Steadman: Helping Others Achieve Financial Freedom by Reframing Their Priorities and Beliefs

For most people, living in paradise and enjoying a balance between fulfilling work and family life is just a dream. But for Pete Steadman, who lives in a gorgeous oceanfront house in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, with his wife and sons, it’s a beautiful reality.

The best part, sure to draw envy among others, is that Pete doesn’t have to work around the clock to afford his idyllic lifestyle that includes 32 acres of lush jungle space. He’s in the process of transforming the property into a retreat center and conscious community.

What’s the secret to his success? Reframing his thinking around some of the lessons he was brought up with as the son of a workaholic dad who passed away while working overtime during his lunch hour to pay off debt.

“A lot of our own problems stem from the beliefs that come primarily from our parents and those closest to us growing up, which we subconsciously adopt as our own,” says Pete.

But while reframing your value system and self-worth sounds simple, taking action to change can be challenging. And that’s precisely why Tony and Makaylah want to walk others through the challenge.

It’s Not About Working Harder

“I want to be able to push, encourage, and steer a little,” says Pete. “When we’re working with money issues, lots of blocks come up, especially around our own self-worth.”

Pete believes achieving Financial Freedom as a business owner isn’t about working harder and longer. It’s about working smarter and knowing your value in the marketplace. When his clients incorporate these principles into their lives, they can start working toward their own personal Financial Freedom. Whether that looks like an oceanfront home in a tropical paradise or prospering as a small business owner.

To understand how Pete achieved his success and came upon his coaching style, it’s important to understand where he came from.

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