Will There Be a Recession Soon? An Economist Discussion on What to Look for and How IBC Is a Great Solution to Weather the Storm w/Dr. Bob Murphy

What This Episode Is About For years, we’ve seen a steady rise in the markets. While this is favorable in the present moment, we have to consider when we’ll see an inevitable crash. What are some of the indicators that a recession is imminent? Where should you invest in preparation for a possible crash? On…

Throw Out Your Will and Start Over with an Entrusted Plan w/Andrew Howell

What This Episode Is About Modern estate planning is inherently outdated. How can you find an effective way to plan your estate, that works in our current market and society? How do you assist your family after you graduate from this life- without passing on unharnessed wealth? On this episode, Managing Partner and co-founding attorney…

How to Build a Strategy to Pass Down Information and Assets to Your Family w/Aaron Chapman

What This Episode Is About We’re often told that we should make provisions for our families after we die, but most of us start this process too late. When is the ideal time to plan your family’s financial future? How should you go about this process, and what are some important things to know? On…

The Role of Imagination in “Becoming Your Own Banker” by Nelson Nash— Book Review Part 2

What This Episode Is About Too many people are stuck in the cadence of life and have shut off their imagination, acting as mere robots. When you think of the most successful people you know, how many of them lack imagination? How can you tap back into your imaginative abilities after years of suppressing or…

The Disciplines Required for Becoming Your Own Banker by Nelson Nash— Book Review Part 1

What This Episode Is About Though we’ve received so much inspiration from Nelson Nash, we’ve never given a review of his book, Becoming Your Own Banker— until now! Why is it so important to become your own banker? How can you go about creating your own wealth? On this episode, we discuss Nelson Nash’s legendary…