Whose life are you funding anyway?
- Someone else’s?
Are you sure?
Whose life do you want to fund?
What am I talking about?
I didn’t understand the flow of money until I was 28 years old.
And even then I was pretty arrogant.
Arrogance with money?
Massive arrogance that got me in a load of shit.
Yes, a lot. And stinky too.
You know the kind.
In fact, the load was so big that it burnt my financial castle to the ground. Like acid.
Don’t burn your financial castle to the ground.
- It’s not fun.
- It’s messy.
- It’s frustrating as hell.
- It’s depressing.
- It feels like a straitjacket. At least what I would think a straight jacket would feel like.
- It’s Suffocating!
Okay, I think you get it.
Now back to “whose life are you funding?”
Let me give it to you straight, no storyline.
WHEN YOU CHOOSE TO BUY TERM LIFE AND INVEST THE DIFFERENCE IN WALL STREET,
YOU ARE FUNDING SOMEONE ELSE’S LIFE MORE THAN YOUR OWN.
Not sure about this?
It is possible to maintain control, invest in yourself more, and invest in your own business/career all while creating a much higher rate of return than ever imagined investing in Wall Street.
There I said it.
Stop funding someone else’s dreams and fund yours.
Michael G Isom
CEO of Vault AIS™