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What Is Prosperity Economics? Sneak Peek of Episodes 5 & 6

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How’s that for building suspense?

Bruce and I spent another two-hour session in the studio recording Episodes 5 and 6 last week.

In fact, we really got going and had to cut our planned session into two episodes, because there’s so much great stuff we wanted to cover.  Trying to pack it all in would have felt rushed, too lengthy, or we would have had to gloss over some foundational ideas that are super important for you going forward.

Until you get to hear it in person, the next best thing is a quick recap.  Here’s the gist of it:

(By the way, thank goodness for my fabulous Grammarly app that helps me write.  I had no idea how to spell “gist” after all these years!)

EPISODE FIVE: What Is Prosperity Economics?, Part 1

(Another quick tip is that I use Title Capitalization to help me with the simple stuff, like knowing which words to capitalize in a title.)

This episode is all about the why of your financial choices.  The philosophy, which literally means “the love of wisdom.”  This is about the wisdom that guides our financial decision-making.

Many people have questions and concerns about the typical way of doing things.  Of course, it’s difficult to sort through the noise or go against the crowd when something is accepted as conventional wisdom.  There’s a sense that something might be wrong, but you’re not necessarily sure how, why, or what to do about it.

Typical Financial Planning

We discuss the crux of typical financial planning today, which started, in its current form, around the 1980’s.  In order to work, it has to build in lots of assumptions that will end up being wrong.  It ultimately creates a plan that doesn’t work out.  At the core is a belief that money is complex, you can’t understand it, and because of that, you have to trust the professionals to drive your destiny.

Prosperity Economics

Then, we contrast this with Prosperity Economics, spearheaded and championed by Kim D. H. Butler, of Partners 4 Prosperity.  Prosperity Economics builds on an older, more historical, traditional way of handling money that’s simple, with as many guarantees as possible.  That way, you have the most options to handle an uncertain future.  A core why of this way of thinking is that you are the best person to be in control of your money and resources.

We discuss the difference between the principles that guide you, and the strategies you employ to accomplish your goals.  All too often, when we think about something as personal to us as money, it’s natural to try to disassociate it from us as much as possible, jumping to strategies and products before we have clarity on why the strategy is right for us.

We give you permission to think differently about money.  A financial philosophy that is empowering is one that believes in you and your ability to master your own money, giving you simple tools to have your money working for you in ways that you can understand.
We delve into a comparison and contrast between typical financial planning and prosperity economics.  Our goal is to help you decide which way of thinking best aligns with what’s important to you.

EPISODE SIX: What Is Prosperity Economics?, Part 2

Because this topic is so critical to helping you discern if you resonate with our message, we recorded a follow-up episode.  In Part 2, we finish out our list of comparison and contrast between typical financial planning and prosperity economics.
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Rachel empowers her clients to maximize and control their money so that they can accomplish their dreams and live out their highest purpose. She believes that if you understand the short and long-term impacts of the financial choices you make, you’re better suited to make choices that put you in control of your resources. She helps you discover money flowing out of your control, strategize ways to have more money flowing into your control so that the end result is that you have more money to retain and utilize during your lifetime, and more to pass on to future generations.


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