As Marty Smith shows us… When it comes to your finances, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut.

People keep putting your money into the same savings account, contribute to the same 401k and make the same stock-picking mistakes—even if those investments don’t serve them.

But you don’t have to do what you’ve always done. You can decide to make financial decisions that serve you now and in the future.

That’s exactly what this week’s guest Marty Smith did after almost 3 decades in financial services.

In this episode, he shares how you can take charge of your financial future and grow your wealth sustainably (without giving half of it to banks).

Show highlights include: 

  • The obscure book that could help you build more wealth than the world’s best stock portfolio. ([18:02])
  • A painfully obvious strategy that lets you build wealth stronger than the stock market. ([27:30])
  • Why buying life insurance can make you wealthy (even if you don’t have kids or a spouse) ([29:55])
  • How putting yourself first makes your family happier and wealthier. ([37:50])

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