Grow Wealth Like The Top 1%
The top 1% continue to grow their wealth and be part of that 1% because they are aware of tools that they take full advantage of to help them earn more.
In this episode of the Making Bank podcast, we welcome guest Brent Kesler, the owner of The Money Multiplier. Brent was formerly a chiropractor and chiropractic coach for over 14 years. He had heard about the infinite banking concept but was skeptical about it because it sounded too good to be true. However, after a few years, he decided to implement The Money Multiplier (TMM) Method, and he was able to pay off over 984,000 dollars in 3rd party debt over 39 months. Upon realizing the power of the TMM method, he became passionate about sharing the concept with others. He made it his primary goal to help more people understand how to manage and grow their wealth. After taking advice from his previous mentor, Brent started his journey to becoming a licensed producer. Over the last ten years, he has been lecturing thousands of people around the country on the dynamics of the TMM Method and helping individuals break the bonds of financial slavery and take control of their financial life. Brent passionately believes that whether you make $10/hour or $10,000/hour, you should know about and learn how to use this powerful information to control your money.
On the podcast, Brent talks about the money multiplier method and how he was able to use it to break free from debt. He explains the infinite banking system and how you can start putting your money in different areas and make it grow and work for you. The first thing you need to do is understand what The Money Multiplier Method is.
The Money Multiplier Method
Brent developed TMM method based on another concept that’s been around for over 200 years. The concept is known as the infinite banking concept. The concept is based on the idea of becoming your own banker. Many of the most successful business owners and entrepreneurs have used this concept to fund their businesses and pay for their expenses. So what exactly is the concept?
The basis is that you will buy a whole life insurance policy in a mutual company that pays dividends. Many of you may think they already know everything there is to know about getting a life insurance policy. However, the reason the top 1% uses this policy is that it’s a specifically designed and engineered whole-life policy. Specifically designed and tailored to your needs so that the money you put in will continue to grow year after year.
Why Is The Money Multiplier Method Good For You?
Brent shares that the reason he is so passionate about sharing this concept with others is because of how well it worked for him. The fact that this whole life policy was good enough to enable him to pay off almost 1 million dollars in debt is why you should at least be interested in learning more about the concept.
The reason the money multiplier method works has to do with the way the policy is designed. The policy is specifically designed to provide you with high and immediate cash flow. No matter how much money you put into the policy, it’s designed in such a way that you can take some of that money out and use it for your expenses, investments, or whatever you need it for. However, the premium you pay remains untouched, and the policy is set up so that there is guaranteed growth on the money you put in.
How Does It Work?
When you withdraw money from the policy, you don’t take out what you put in. Instead, you take out money on a policy loan that comes from the insurance company’s general fund. That’s why the money that you “deposit” in the policy is allowed to grow. Even though you are using your policy money for expenses or investments, your money put into the policy will grow uninterrupted compound interest. The main thing is how your policy is developed. How you engineer and design will determine how much money you will be able to take out. So that’s something to keep in mind when thinking about using this policy. There’s no right or wrong way to design a policy, but it’s absolutely essential to develop a policy that aligns with your current goals.