Breakaway Wealth

by CreateTailwind
Building wealth isn’t just about hustle and grind. Every day, huge deals are being made, businesses and properties are changing hands, and a small group of people are making quantum leaps forward – building wealth faster than most dream possible. To the rest of the world, it looks like they have the Midas Touch. What makes them different? They chose to break AWAY. To build a mindset of abundance. To spot opportunities others overlook. On this podcast, we’ll unlock the secrets to breaking out of the herd, thinking BIG and building wealth on our own terms.

Breakaway Wealth

by CreateTailwind
Building wealth isn’t just about hustle and grind. Every day, huge deals are being made, businesses and properties are changing hands, and a small group of people are making quantum leaps forward – building wealth faster than most dream possible. To the rest of the world, it looks like they have the Midas Touch. What makes them different? They chose to break AWAY. To build a mindset of abundance. To spot opportunities others overlook. On this podcast, we’ll unlock the secrets to breaking out of the herd, thinking BIG and building wealth on our own terms.

The Nelson Nash Series

A collection of the multi-series episodes highlighting Nelson Nash, his contributions and teachings, impact, success stories, and common mistakes that new IBC students make. Click the episode that you would like to listen and learn about.              

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The Crossroads of Economics and IBC – Part 2

In Part 2 of this episode, Jim Oliver and Robert Murphy discuss: The commonality between IBC, Crypto currency and Gold An overview of the Gold Standard Insight into what’s happening in our current economy The things people commonly get wrong with their understanding of IBC Key Takeaways: IBC presents an opportunity to secede from the traditional banking system Educate yourself

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The Crossroad of Economics and IBC – Part 1

In Part 1 of this episode, Jim Oliver and Robert Murphy discuss: Understanding the different schools of economics. Quantitative Easing – What does that mean? Is Crypto currency the answer? Key Takeaways: If the system is stacked against you, you have to break away from it if you want to be free. Don’t be fooled by the illusion. If we’re

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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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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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Nelson Nash Series Part 6 – Success Stories in Infinite Banking

In this episode, Jim Oliver, Justin Craft, and Joe Pantozi discuss: Traits that student of IBC must have to succeed Examples of how new students utilized IBC to get the best return on their money Practicing what they preach and give examples of how they’ve used their personal systems Key Takeaways: Always be learning about money and building wealth Be

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Nelson Nash Series Part 5 – Common Mistakes New IBC Students Make

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Nelson Nash Series Part 3 – Nelson’s Impact

In this episode, Jim Oliver, Justin Craft, and Joe Pantozi discuss: How Nelson taught them his knowledge How Nelson challenged them to become mentors like Nelson was to them The impact of Nelson’s stories Nelson’s system of operations for when he passes Key Takeaways: What growth entails, deconstructing what you’ve learned and relearning Government expanding their impact, infringing on the

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Nelson Nash Series Part 2 – Changing Your Thinking, Changing The Results

In this episode, Jim Oliver, Justin Craft, and Joe Pantozi discuss: Infinite banking method Bonus rule is rethink your thinking How to begin thinking like a business owner versus an investor The most overlooked/misunderstood part of the book Key Takeaways: Hope is not a financial strategy Economics is the science of human behavior as it relates to the distribution of

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Nelson Nash Series Part 1 – A New Business Philosophy

In this episode, Jim Oliver, Justin Craft, and Joe Pantozi discuss: How one can change their thinking How understanding the problem leads to an easy solution Building a system of policies leads to higher confidence Nelson being a mentor and having the answers to any inquiries to new businesses Key Takeaways: Building certainty for clients using the methods introduced by

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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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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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The Nelson Nash Series

A collection of the multi-series episodes highlighting Nelson Nash, his contributions and teachings, impact, success stories, and common mistakes that new IBC students make. Click the episode that you would

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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

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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

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