Long Range Thinking Required | BYOB Book Review Part 15
In this episode of The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast, Joey and Russ take on part 15 of the Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash book review. They discuss the chapter about "An Even Distribution Of Age Classes" and the importance of thinking long range. Legacy in its simplest forms is at play here. You need to think about passing along the knowledge to future generations. Nash is all about making you to think “how do I play out this becoming your own banker process for generations?” Chances are, you’re the first person to start this process in your family and you’re starting to realize this process can play out for generations to come.
Top 3 Things You'll Learn:
Learn that there’s something more important you can eave behind than just wealth.
See what Steve Jobs, Martha Stewart, and Walt Disney have in common.
Understand that Becoming Your Own Banker is deeper than just money.