How to Stop Playing Defense With Your Money and Unlock Uninterrupted Financial Growth w/Jeremiah Dew (JDew)
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The Infinite Banking system proves that a basic financial process applied to one specific tool can change everything. It’s a concept that can unlock financial momentum for anyone who uses it, but the sad truth is many people have limiting beliefs around whether they can even start using the system.
Both me and our guest today had to overcome these internal hurdles. We realized that we don’t have to work harder or take on more risk to make money, we just needed to utilize the correct tools.
How can you overcome your internal hurdles about money? What makes the Infinite Banking concept so great?
In this amazing podcast with Jeremiah Jew “JDew” from the Cash Compound, we talk about banking functions in a very usable and unique way to show how easy it is to implement.
Three Things You’ll Learn from JDew
That this system is actually quite simple and not risky The flawed idea is that to get ahead you need to take a risk, roll the dice, work harder and just hope for the best. Through the banking system, we can turn uncertainty into certainty and guaranteed returns.
Why banking is for everyone There are no complex algorithms or complicated structures with banking. It’s not a tax loophole, it’s a simple concept that has been around for hundreds of years, that’s been used by many people, and it’s available to all of us.
The missing link in our financial educationThe financial tools we’re often taught about by experts only focus on playing a financially defensive game, like getting out of debt. But the question is once you get out of debt, what’s next? How do you actually create growth and momentum? Banking makes it possible for us to play the offensive game to start creating compounded growth.
Jeremiah Dew (JDew) is a speaker, entertainer, entrepreneur and Infinite Banking expert and coach. Follow @itsjdew on Instagram and Twitter.
To get access to the free Crash Course from the Cash Compound, visit https://www.thecashcompound.com/bankwithus.html.