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Kim Daly: Creating Wealth Through Franchising

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Kim Daly discuss: How she found freedom and became her own boss What franchising is, the role of a franchising consultant and how you can use the franchise business to change your life. The misconceptions about franchising Key Takeaways: You still have to spend money to build your business. Franchise is all about following …

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Jon Fuller: Speaking God’s Frequency

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Jon Fuller discuss: Combining your faith and being an entrepreneur Taking his God given gift and entrepreneurial spirit and transitioning from using it for evil to using it for good and legit business How once he started aligning himself up with what God had to say – his life, his marriage and his family …

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Greg Chaplain: From Real Estate to Real Financial Freedom

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Greg Chaplain discuss: The real estate market and how Greg joined the market The roles that teams play in reaching sales goals The career path that Greg Chaplain chose after a business acquisition cost him his job Key Takeaways: Attitude and ambition can get you anywhere! Find the real estate sales strategy that works …

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Josh Sweeney: Building an Epic Business with an Epic Culture

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Josh Sweeney discuss: Josh’s entrepreneurial beginnings and professional journey to where he is now. Marketing services to your ideal customers. Creating awareness for your company and brand to grow your audience. The differences between b2b and b2c business models.  Key Takeaways: Part of selling and closing deals is confidence when speaking the lingo of …

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Dr. Tom Smythe: Confidence in Financial Literacy and Planning

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Dr. Tom Smythe discuss: Dr. Smythe’s research on mutual funds and individual financial literacy and planning. The psychology behind the performance of mutual funds. Financial education and the confidence of college students. Building your financial literacy and confidence.  Key Takeaways: A person’s psychological framework can impact their initial levels of financial literacy and their …

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10 Minute Lesson in Life Insurance

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss: Who sets the minimum and maximum premiums of life insurance. The transfer of risk in life insurance. Qualified plans postpone the tax calculation, and what history tells us about possible future taxation.  Term policies versus permanent.  Key Takeaways: There are flaws in the way life insurance is taught, because they focus …

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Brandon Turner: From Addiction to Abundance

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Brandon Turner discuss: Brandon’s journey through addiction, into recovery, and his finding of Infinite Banking. Moving through adversity to learn who you are, not as someone defined by your adversity. Maintaining a program of recovery internally and financially. Taking action to move through fear and uncertainty. Key Takeaways:  Addiction doesn’t discriminate if you are …

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Travis Wood: Taking Action and Focusing on Freedom

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Travis Wood discuss: Travis’ journey finding and embracing IBC for investment and financially securing his family. Using IBC as an effective tool for building wealth. Finding freedom by controlling your own money. Growth through continued education. Key Takeaways: Reading the book is fantastic, but working with someone who also practices can help you grow …

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Harper Jones: Autonomy in Infinite Banking

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Harper Jones discuss:  How Harper got started in real estate in his teens and has since incorporated Infinite Banking in with his real estate pursuits.  Harper’s first real estate investment and lessons learned from that investment.  Getting the right education on Infinite Banking and filtering out the junk.  Having strength through plans going awry.   …

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The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale

In this episode, Jim Oliver, Nick Kosko, and Earl Nightingale discuss:  The voice of personal development, and lessons from Earl Nightingale.  The dangers of conformity.  The importance of goals.  The power of our thoughts and how it directs what we become.  The price we all must pay, and the benefits of paying the price.  Key Takeaways:  What you think about …

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Lessons from the Impact Leadership Conference – Part 2 of 2

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss: Lessons from Chris Hodges, founder and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands. What you need to do to accomplish your vision. Being the culture, not building the culture and leading by example. Go back to the basics. Key Takeaways: Have you made it clear what is the measurable win? “Your …

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Lessons from the Impact Leadership Conference – Part 1 of 2

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss: A recap from the Impact Leadership Conference in Birmingham, AL. John Maxwell’s Cycle of Success. Having and making your vision bigger and clearer. Infinite mindset for everyone making wealth. Key Takeaways: Make your next work your best work. It doesn’t matter how old you are, there is always something more to …

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Chase Your Lion & Break Away from the Herd

In this episode, Jim Oliver discusses:  What is your lion?  Moving out of a scarcity mindset.  Use role models to accelerate your success rate.  Taking massive action with an attitude of gratitude. Key Takeaways:  “Dare to fail, dare to be different, quit holding out, quit holding back, quit running away. Chase the lion.” – Mark Batterson  You have to know what …

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David Stearns: Living, Breathing, and Advocating IBC Part 2 of 2

In this episode, Jim Oliver and David Stearns discuss:  Mistakes that we commonly see with life insurance policies.  Being the hero of your own IBC story.  Things people don’t seem to understand about infinite banking.  Managing and controlling your cash flow.  Key Takeaways:  Infinite banking is an infinite game – not a finite game. It’s not a competition with someone …

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David Stearns: Living, Breathing, and Advocating IBC Part 1 of 2

In this episode, Jim Oliver and David Stearns discuss:  Living and loving the Infinite Banking Concept (IBC) in everything you do The IBC Think Tank Symposium David’s first introduction to Nelson Nash and IBC Lessons from Nelson Nash Key Takeaways:  Get as much information as possible – the best guides of infinite banking are also the best students The current mutual …

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Bob Burnett: Crypto Currency

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Bob Burnett discuss:   Why crypto currency exists  Using crypto currency   A push system  Where we now in the development of crypto currency  Key Takeaways:   Crypto currency allowed people all over the world to exchange money with ease  The owners are private, but the totals are public   A transparent system with the purchaser initiating the …

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The Arrival Syndrome

In this episode, Jim Oliver discusses:   The Automotive industry learning infinite banking   Use it or lose it regarding infinite banking  Economic value  The marshmallow experiment  Key Takeaways:   If you know what is happening, you will know what to do  Your money is just as valuable as the bank’s money  Making infinite banking a way of life is the only way …

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Luke Neubauer: Real Estate as a Passive Income and More

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Luke Neubauer discuss:   Getting out of the ‘rat race’  Confidence is a skill to build  Building a community to encourage each other in real estate  The abundance mindset, not a scarcity mindset  Key Takeaways:   Set goals and take steps to reach those goals, say it out loud  Fear is normal, it takes time and …

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Jim Oliver: Equipment Financing

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss:  Premiums and multiple ways it can be paid Terry Nash’s logging business example Being your own banker “Retirement” distribution  Key Takeaways:  The premium is the solution, not the problem By financing equipment you’re able to recapture interest you would have paid to the bank If the bank is in charge, then …

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Jake Kosko: Do you know as much about money as a 4th Grader?

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Jake Kosko discuss:   Learning about infinite banking and money  The Creature from Jekyll Island lessons  The Federal Reserve  Books for kids to learn more about money management  Key Takeaways:   Put your money to work for you without you working too much  Get out of the rat race and get into the fast track  You have …

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Money Isn’t The End

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Warwick Fairfax discuss:  How he managed an economic personal crisis with his family’s business  Crucible moments  How money is not everything in life and can be corrupting  Having a source of reference in living  Key Takeaways:  Goal of your life and leadership should be significance, not success  Just Money doesn’t’ satisfy  It’s abundance in …

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The Problem

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Nick Kosko discuss:  How to be your own banker  How much one should spend on a certain category with their finances   Being fluent in the concept prior to understanding the minute details  Understanding the nuances of rates and interest   Key Takeaways:  The all American family has the ability to be their own banker   After …

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Gary Schneeberger: Standing Out with Your Interview

In this episode, Jim Oliver and Gary Schneeberger discuss:  How to take what you do and find levers that will exceed and upset expectations  How clients can take control over their interview  Third party affirmations  How to get your message out  Key Takeaways:  The goal is to capture stories that go beyond what’s expected and surprise people take people by …

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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 …