Freedom of Choice: How Pete is Living The Life He’s Always Wanted

Pete Steadman rejects labels such as “entrepreneur” or “small business owner.”

Instead, he sees himself as a builder – he is building his business around his life and family, not the other way around. And more importantly, building the life he has always dreamed of.

Pete first became interested in Financial Freedom as a child. He remembers watching his father carrying a heavy workload in order to pay the bank loan on the family farm and knew that was not what he wanted for his future.  Even at an early age he remembers thinking “there’s gotta be an easier way.”

Growing up, he never liked the idea of credit. He understood the importance of working hard to get something he wanted. He still indulged in luxury items, and perhaps some things he didn’t really need, but he always paid in cash and saved up to make a big purchase.

Pete had developed good financial habits, but things changed dramatically when he was introduced to the concept of Financial Freedom. He began to understand that building the life he had always dreamed of was within his grasp.

Makaylah Rogers is the co-founder of She is a Thought Leader for her generation, teaching people how to rewrite their “money rules.” With an extensive background in wealth building and personal development, Makaylah’s path has taken her into executive roles in various fields including launching startups, real estate sales and motivational keynote speaking.

There are 5 comments

  • Jo Ann on April 4, 2017 at 11:08 am

    Great article on how we frame things and make freedom choices.

  • Susan on July 13, 2017 at 3:20 pm

    Love your story Pete, you are inspiring:)

  • Michael on September 26, 2017 at 4:45 pm

    Great interview Pete, so true that it is all about the choices we make, and the best part, the choices are up to us – we are in control of our journey to freedom. Inspiring stuff!

  • GITA on September 29, 2017 at 1:35 pm

    I’m ‘Your Internal Critic” –or “Your Goddess of Perfection,” whatever you want to call it, but I have an allergy to typos. It’s hard to read all this without editing…I often edit myself!
    In your case, Michael: the choices are up to use/ shouldn’t you erase the e?

    • Vikki on October 2, 2017 at 7:19 pm

      Hi Gita – Often the need for perfection holds us in a space where fear will stop us living your fullest life. Think about the possibilities if you let this bit go and spend more energy on the highestoutcome you are looking for

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