The Prosperity Podcast

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The Financial Adviser Feud

What kind of financial adviser is right for you?

The Financial Adviser Fued

In this episode of the Prosperity Podcast, “No BS Money Guy,” Todd Strobel and best-selling financial author, Kim D. H. Butler talk about the different types of financial advisers that exist and the pros and cons of each type. They answer questions about which type of adviser is the most beneficial for various situations and how to decide which is best for your situation.

Our hosts answer the question about free financial advice and whether or not the phrase “you get what you pay for” rings true in those types of situations. Referring to insurance, Todd and Kim remind us that investments are not our only way toward gaining financial stability and growth.

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Using Life Insurance Before Death

Give While You Live!


Picking up where they left off last episode, “No BS Money Guy,” Todd Strobel, and best-selling financial author, Kim D. H. Butler, resume talking about life insurance and how we can use it for our benefit before our death.

Todd and Kim discuss two different working examples of how we can utilize our death benefits during our lifetime. They present the pros and cons of various life insurance policy options and make recommendations on which they believe could be in our best interest in certain situations.

Many people do not realize how life insurance can be used to transfer wealth while the policyholder/insured is still alive and well! We are encouraged by the hosts to not wait until death to use our insurance to benefit others, but rather to give while we live.

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Inflation – The Hidden Tax

What “They” Don´t Want You to Know About Inflation (and How to Fight It!)


Together again, “No BS Money Guy,” Todd Strobel, and best-selling financial author, Kim D. H. Butler, take on the topic of the hidden tax that all Amercians face. It’s a silent, stealth tax that no voters approve, yet it robs us nonetheless.

The hidden tax our hosts refer to in this episode is INFLATION. It erodes our savings and injures our earning potential.

With an open transparency, Todd and Kim discuss this hidden tax and tell us what the government doesn’t want us to know about who it is benefiting. They caution us against lifestyle inflation as well, and give us tools to help us navigate through these sly and concealed financial thieves.

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The Power of Focus

Focus Your Thoughts, Focus Your Dollars!

The PoweWhat is it you want to accomplish with your money? Is what you’re doing with your dollars helping to make that happen? Join “No BS Money Guy” Todd Strobel and bestselling financial author, Kim D.H. Butler as they discuss how the power of focus relates to your prosperity.

Are your thoughts and actions helping you reach your financial goals? Hear examples and suggestions of how our focus can serve us and help us build peace of mind as well as financial prosperity.

When investors try to be fence sitters, their dollars end up compromised and ineffective. Todd and Kim discuss how putting some money firmly on each side of the fence can stabilize us and help prevent a nasty financial tumble. By looking outside the stock market, the hosts show listeners how they can increase control over their dollars and produce the best, most immediate financial results.

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Bringing the 7 Principles of Prosperity to Life

P4P-003-Bringingthe7PrinciplesofProsperitytoLifeYou’ve heard what the 7 Principles of Prosperity™ are, now how do you use them to maximize your money?

In this episode of The Prosperity Podcast, No B.S. Money Guy, Todd Strobel, and best-selling financial author, Kim D. H. Butler, examine a real life example through the lens of the 7 Principles.

Using the 7 Principles of Prosperity as an “opportunity filter,” Kim and Todd look at Bridge Loan investments in the form of first lien commercial and investment mortgages. (Read about bridge loan investments and hard money lending here.)

Breaking it down, principle by principle, Todd and Kim explain how each of these 7 concepts work in the example of a first lien mortgage situation. They also explain how to evaluate any investment for its wealth-building potential according to the 7 Principles of Prosperity™.

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Powerful Principles of Prosperity

P4P-002-PowerfulPrinciplesofProsperityPicking up where they left off last episode, Kim D. H. Butler joins No BS Money Guy Todd Strobel in discussing the remaining 4 principles of the 7 Principles of Prosperity.

Kim and Todd start the episode off by reminding us of the first 3 principles – Think, See, and Measure – and briefly recap details and applications of these 3 principles.

Continuing on, Kim then introduces the remaining 4 principles: Flow, Control, Move, and Multiply. She goes into detail about what these principles are and what they mean for us. She provides strategies involving these principles to help us more fully utilize our money and maximize our prosperity potential.

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