We are going to the Matrix in Toronto Canada on Sunday and it’s going to push us outside of our comfort zone. Sandy and Bob are two amazing trainers and teachers. They help you to change your paradigm or your traditions, or your habits. One of the things they ask you to do is dream big. They want you to come with that big dream.
Today let’s talk about fear. I know I’ve shared this in the past, but it really came to light again today for me.
Have you ever been afraid of something? Have you ever been so fearful that you haven’t been able to actually move? I was studying with Bob Proctor and Sandy Gallagher in the paradigm shift courses and he talked about being on a diving board. That brought back memories for me.
I want to talk to you a little bit today about education and growing you. You know, for me, if I don’t continue to grow, then I get stagnant. I get lost in my own negative emotion. I had a dear friend that I once worked with tell me something I’ll never forget.
He said, “You know what, Marcy, if you’re not growing, you’re dying.”
Have you ever heard of the velocity of money? Let’s compare it to compounding interest. If you remember, we said that compounding interest needs to be uninterrupted and continuous to work for us. We’re not going to throw this out, we want to use compounding, but we want to use it the only way that it works. Yet, there is something more powerful than compounding. It’s actually known as the velocity of money. Some have called it the motion or the movement of money. And in nature, everything is moving.
Compound interest is powerful. They can’t prove this but Einstein said that compound interest was the eighth wonder of the world. He said, “Either you can earn it or you can pay it. It’s your choice.” It’s either working for you or it’s working against you. If you know how it works and if you know what’s necessary for it to work, you’ll be able to be in control of it.
You know recently at one of our seminars one of the students said, “You know Tim I think the problem in America is that people are spending every penny they make,” and I said, “No I disagree with you. I think the problem in America now is that we’re spending every penny we make and every penny that we can borrow.”
I’m actually chatting with you right here in the front seat of the car. We live up in the mountains, and when you have an all day, filled day full of appointments in the Valley, most of these videos, or catching up on work is gonna be from the front seat of the car.
I want to talk to you today about life insurance. It’s a subject that, when you hear that word, it might bring a little bit of anxiety.
I’m going to talk to you tonight a little bit about fear. I was listening to a mentor of ours, Bob Proctor, don’t know if you know him, but he talks about paradigm shifting, habits and fear. He was sharing a story today on one of my lessons about being on a high dive and being fearful and I thought, this is so funny because we all can’t be that different.
I’ve wanted to write a book for a long time, but I’m fearful of getting the book out there or getting the book done. But, one of the chapters is about me being on a high dive and I can actually, I can truly still feel some of the fear.
Tim and I have been on an amazing journey these last three years, and I’d love just to share a tiny bit about this journey, and it has to do with wealth management. For years, I have been on the financial or on the financial hamster wheel.
I just want to ask you a quick question. Have you thought about the volatility of our world? Where we’re heading financially? Where we’re heading globally?
See, there’s a huge difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion. Tax avoidance is good and smart business, tax evasion is illegal.
But I’ll go back to the trusts and foundations, ’cause I really wanna get across something not about trust and foundations, but how the rich are using money in a way that you can’t comprehend because you look at everything that they’re doing through your own set of eyes and your own experience.