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Tyler Chesser: Starting from the Ground Up

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Tyler Chesser discuss:  How Tyler gained insight into real estate without knowing anyone in the business  How coaching has contributed to his success  The unique strategies that set his business apart  At the end of the day, you have to identify the outcome – start with the “why” and what exactly you are looking …

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The Tactics of Insurance Companies: Might as Well Die

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss:  Average retirement age and mortality rates  Modified Endowment Contracts   Insurance’s process of establishing minimum and maximum premium rates  Term insurance  Key Takeaways:  Insurance companies will increase to adhere to the likelihood of one’s own survival  Between minimum and maximum, there are infinite amount of premiums that the insurance companies can charge   …

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Nick Raithel: The 7-Hour Book

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Raithel discuss:  Writing books and creating wealth.  Why writing a book can make you stand out from the crowd.  Benefits of having your own book, including opportunities created from the book. The 7-hour book.    Key Takeaways:  A book can be a way to breakaway in your pursuit of wealth or in your business …

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The Human Problem: Part 2

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss:  The continued and ongoing relevance of Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash.  The Golden Rule Principle.  The Arrival Syndrome and how people fall into it then overcome it.  The illusion of knowledge. Key Takeaways:  Capital has a cost – but it also is a responsibility and should be treated with …

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The Human Problem: Part 1

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss: The continued and ongoing relevance of Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash.  Expenses expand to equal our income Willie Sutton’s law- Wherever wealth is accumulated, someone will try to steal it The IRS takes your money to give to the Treasury to pay to the Federal Reserve for all the …

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Steve Olsher: The Lifelong Entrepreneur

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Steve Olsher discuss:   Helping people find their core gift, primary vehicle, and people to serve.  The power of forgiveness and discovering what you may want to do in life.  The lifestyle, choices, and freedom money provides.  Key Takeaways:   Starting with identifying your innate interests and working through some exercises will provide a clear understanding …

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Back to the Basics: Becoming Your Own Banker – Part 3

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss:   Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash and how to apply its principles.    Actuarial science basics and insurance company’s methods for assessing risk ratings.  Why the financial risk of whole life insurance shifts from the policy owner to the insurance company.  How to choose your primary needs; finances or death benefit …

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Acquiring Businesses with Domenic Rinaldi

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Domenic Rinaldi discuss: Market acquisition strategies and owner engagement of potential sellers. The new client interview process and how to identify a buyer’s goals and interests. The flexible terms of SBA loans and the average rate of returns for small business transactions. Key Takeaways: SBA loans offer more flexible terms over conventional loans, including …

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Cash Flow Through Collaborative Real Estate Investments with Hunter Thompson

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Hunter Thompson discuss: Investing in real estate and what types of property are in demand even when the economy is down What institutional-grade property is and how you can invest in it The risks and rewards of passive versus active investments Key Takeaways: Diversify so that even when the economy is down your overall …

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Wealth Can’t Wait with David Osborn

In this episode, Jim Oliver and David Osborn discuss:   The concept of two sides of the river and the risks of never crossing to the other side. The importance of working through others and hiring team members who want to make a difference and put in the effort. Negative thinking and the importance of goal setting and visualization. Key Takeaways:   …

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Clarifying Your Story: Amplify Your Impact & Simplify Your Life with Park Howell

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Park Howell discuss:   The proven Story Cycle system implementation and clarifying your story. How transitioning a corporation’s brand through storytelling results in substantial growth.   Understanding the ten steps in the Story Cycle and how to elevate your brand.      Key Takeaways:   The Goodwill Store, telling their brand story increased its growth by 400% …

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Back to the Basics: Becoming Your Own Banker

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss:   The continued and ongoing relevance of Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash.   The importance of understanding the process of banking and its importance to our wellbeing.  The financial principles of the grocery store.  Key Takeaways:   The amount of control that you take over your finances determines how successful you are, how …

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Kerry Lutz: Government Intervention

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Kerry Lutz discuss: Governmental intervention and the disasters that often occur. Government’s persuasion by environmentalists and the resulting devastation of the Northern California wildfires. How the youngest generation’s lack of financial education is contributing to enslavement by banks and the government. Key Takeaways: Always live beneath your means as there will become a day …

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Giuseppe Grammatico: The Franchise Consultant

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Giuseppe Grammatico discuss:   The “Why” behind beginning a business and its importance as a first step. The strategic advantages of purchasing a franchise rather then starting a business independently. Understanding the process of entering the franchise ownership market and finding the right fit. Key Takeaways:   The basic financial investment for a franchise is $35k to …

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Back to Page 45 and Infinite Banking

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss: The continued and ongoing relevance of Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash. Asking your own “compared to what” scenarios. The CD Sister versus the IBC Sister. The universality of Infinite Banking for everyone. Key Takeaways: Everyone has money flowing through their hands- how are you going to use your imagination and …

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The Advantages of Investing in Real Estate & How to Get Started w/ Mike Conlon

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 21 – One of the most powerful paths to financial freedom is real estate, and just about anybody can do it. What are some of the misconceptions people have about investing? Why is raising money for real estate a lot easier than people think? What are the biggest mistakes investors make? On this episode, real estate investor, …

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Infinite Banking 101

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 20 – In the IBC system, there are different levels at which you can make use of your own bank to help you build wealth. What is one basic plan you can implement? How do you implement the more advanced fundamentals of the system? ​ On this episode, Nick Kosko and I discuss IBC strategies that can …

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How to Identify Misinformation & Avoid Conforming to the Herd

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 18 – If your goal is to achieve financial freedom, you’re probably already aware that you need separate yourself from the conventional path. The difficulty lies in the fact that so much of the information we receive is intended to keep us in line with the status quo. How do you identify the misinformation? Are there ways …

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Un-Learning What the Finance Industry Taught Us w/Daniel Ameduri

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 17 – Most of what we know about making money has been taught to us by successful people. Have those people ever found themselves in difficult situations? How did they get out of their financial predicaments? Can we use their mistakes as part of our learning process? On this episode, I talk with Daniel Ameduri, author at Future …

Why The Game is Rigged

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 17 – Most financial service providers gain clients by promising benefits to help you in retirement. However, they’re not putting anyone on a sustainable path that will ensure constant passive income. What systems can you use to your advantage to avoid ending up on a downward spiral from retirement age? Are there any ways to use your money, invest, …

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Learning from Mistakes and Investing the Right Way w/Paul Moore

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 16 – We often hear about journeys to success, but we don’t always hear about the pitfalls along the way. What advice can we take from those who have “made it” despite the challenges? Which regrets should we be paying attention to? What advice could help you when it comes to real estate investing? On this episode I talk …

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How Pat Hiban Built 42 Streams of Passive Income & Broke Away From the System

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 15 – The mainstream model of building wealth is basically waiting for an advisor to make money for you. This doesn’t empower you or allow you to participate in your own path to financial freedom. Why is real estate investment one of the best ways to add a stream of income, especially if you already work in real estate? …

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Mapping the Way to Financial Freedom

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 14 – As we get into action for our 2019 goals, it’s important to have a clear vision of the path we’re taking. What are some of the key concepts for attaining financial freedom? Why is it so important for us to be surrounded by the right people? How do we determine our financial goals for the year? …

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The Strangest Secret

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 13 – Everyone wants to be successful, but very few people are actually able to turn those dreams into reality. Why is there such a large disparity between what people want to do and what they accomplish? What is the reason for so much failure, disappointment, and stagnancy? Why do people with goals often succeed in life? On this …

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Uninterrupted Compounding & Lost Opportunity Cost w/Steve Scollard

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 12 – There is nothing greater in finance than the constant compounding of our money, but keeping money in our checking or savings account prevents this effect. How do our accounts keep us from compounding? Why are permanent insurance contracts the solution to this? On this episode, Steve Scollard shares why constant compounding and lost opportunity cost are …

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10 Steps for Setting Goals Successfully

Breakaway Wealth: Episode 11 – As we head into a new year, we naturally start thinking of the things we’d like to achieve. In order to make these things happen, we need to set goals. What are some of the missing links that make it hard for people to turn aspirations into reality? What is the difference between manipulative and attainable …