The Prodigal Son of Infinite Banking w/ Jonathan Sanders
What This Episode Is About:
We’ve all second guessed ourselves at some point in our lives, especially when it comes to financial decisions. However, is there anyway to go back to a plan after abandoning it? How do we decide what’s truly right for ourselves and our families?
Today’s episode talks about a client and friend of Wealth Without Wall street, Jonathan Sanders.He shares his personal journey of being exposed to Infinite Banking, but canceling his policy after only 7 months. He then explains what brought him back to it, and how he determined it was the right decision for him. He calls himself the Prodigal Son of Infinite Banking.
He walks through the emotions behind his journey, the doubts he had along the way, and ultimately, the idea that the product is never meant to be the savior, but rather how the product changes you on your financial journey.
His story is humbling, eye opening, and inspiring, and if you are someone who struggles with doubts in the world of financial freedom, this is an episode you cannot afford to miss.
Mentioned In This Episode:
How to evaluate the best way to live comfortably while still living within our means and our budgets.
Why it’s important to surround ourselves with people that challenge the way we think about finances and help us think outside of the status quo.
Why change is so important to not only understanding Infinite Banking, but living a life that compliments it and maximizes your returns.
And much more!
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