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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.
Hi, this is Marcy with Private Banking Concepts. Hey, I’ve just been contemplating something, so I’m going to ask you the question, because I would really love to know what your thoughts are.
You know, in America, savings is almost become completely forgotten about. According to a recent survey, 34% of Americans have zero savings and another 35% have less than $1,000.