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Chris Miles is your Cash Flow Expert and Anti-Financial Advisor. From passive income and personal finance strategy to infinite banking tips, this podcast is the place to start if you're on a journey to financial freedom. Listen and learn how to get your money working for you so you don't work so hard for your money!

In this podcast, you will learn how to become "work optional" and live the life that you want. You will be able to quit your 9-to-5 by creating passive income. 401k will never make you free, putting anything in the stock market is a gamble, you need passive income with real cash flowing assets to become financially free. Traditional Financial advice will never get you there and financial advisers are just salespeople.

Not only will be talking about why you need passive income, how to get it, and what alternative investments you can put your money into, but we also will talk about a little-known strategy called infinite banking. Infinite banking is when you use your whole life policy to help fund you're investing deals. We call it a supercharged savings account where you can get your money to pay you twice. Max ROI infinite banking policies, when designed correctly, can help you double the money you make on investments because you are becoming your own bank. We have many episodes about infinite Banking and how you can use it as a part of your alternative investing strategy.

Retirement is closer than you think. You don't have to wait until you're 65 if you invest your money in passive investments. Real estate has always proven to be the best investment that the wealthiest people put their money into. Why would we reinvent the wheel at this point? Real estate is a great asset to bank on. Many of our episodes talk about the returns you can make on real estate, and how when you invest in things like syndications or turn-key real estate you have a passive investment with minimum work on your end.
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Chris Miles is your Cash Flow Expert and Anti-Financial Advisor. From passive income and personal finance strategy to infinite banking tips, this podcast is the place to start if you're on a journey to financial freedom. Listen and learn how to get your money working for you so you don't work so hard for your money!

In this podcast, you will learn how to become "work optional" and live the life that you want. You will be able to quit your 9-to-5 by creating passive income. 401k will never make you free, putting anything in the stock market is a gamble, you need passive income with real cash flowing assets to become financially free. Traditional Financial advice will never get you there and financial advisers are just salespeople.

Not only will be talking about why you need passive income, how to get it, and what alternative investments you can put your money into, but we also will talk about a little-known strategy called infinite banking. Infinite banking is when you use your whole life policy to help fund you're investing deals. We call it a supercharged savings account where you can get your money to pay you twice. Max ROI infinite banking policies, when designed correctly, can help you double the money you make on investments because you are becoming your own bank. We have many episodes about infinite Banking and how you can use it as a part of your alternative investing strategy.

Retirement is closer than you think. You don't have to wait until you're 65 if you invest your money in passive investments. Real estate has always proven to be the best investment that the wealthiest people put their money into. Why would we reinvent the wheel at this point? Real estate is a great asset to bank on. Many of our episodes talk about the returns you can make on real estate, and how when you invest in things like syndications or turn-key real estate you have a passive investment with minimum work on your end.
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    How To Start Investing In Real Estate With Little or No Money with Raul Bolufe

    How To Start Investing In Real Estate With Little or No Money with Raul Bolufe

    Raul Bolufe is the co-founder of Capital Rise Investments and wholesales over $12 million worth of real estate every year. He quit his job 7 years ago in a thriving family business to become a real estate investor with no prior knowledge, no established network, and very limited funds.

    Key Talking Points of the Episode

    [01:26] Who is Raul Bolufe?

    [02:54] What is Raul’s background?

    [04:51] How did Raul start investing in real estate?

    [06:52] What helped Raul get his real estate investing career started?

    [08:11] How did having a mentor help Raul? 

    [12:30] How do you know what interest rates to pay?

    [15:36] What advice does Raul have for dealing with paperwork?

    [17:25] What is Raul’s advice for people who want to get started in real estate investing?|

    [18:40] Where can you find Raul’s content?

    Quotables

    “If you really have 000, that’s okay. I would just go out there and find a deal, and go to meetups and learn how to find that first deal.”

    “That’s what really, really took me over the edge - that 1-on-1 attention for a couple of months.”

    “Honestly, the education, the $5K I paid to my first mentor was far more profitable.”

    “Unfortunately, when you don’t have the money, whoever has the money makes the rules.”

    “If it’s crazy, it’s just because you’re not finding a profitable opportunity. If you’re finding an opportunity that only makes you 10% and you’re scared to pay a lender then you’re in the wrong deal.”

    “When I was starting, I thought that higher means better always, but pretty much above 14% in my experience is weird.”

    “If you go too high, then you kinda get into that scammer range, so I think 8-12% is a sweet spot for hard money lending.”

    • 20 min
    The Best Hedge Against Inflation | 619

    The Best Hedge Against Inflation | 619

    No matter where you are in the world, we’re already seeing the effects of inflation and there’s no stopping it. The question now is how do you protect yourself from drowning because of them? What is the best way to hedge against inflation?

    Key Talking Points of the Episode

    [01:30] The effects of inflation today

    [02:02] What is the best hedge against inflation?

    [03:05] What is the importance of increasing your income during inflation?

    [04:34] Why is it important to develop your skills?

    [07:20] Why do you need to focus on creating value?

    [08:03] How do you become indispensable?

    [10:05] Why should you find something you specialize in?

    [11:53] What can you offer? 

    [12:25] How can the value you can offer generate more income?

    [13:25] What should your goal be?

    [14:09] How will you successfully beat inflation?

    Quotables

    “We’re seeing that prices are going sky-high and they’re reporting 8% inflation, and we know that that’s just ridiculous.”

    “The number 1 inflation hedge that you have isn’t an investment. In fact, you don’t need to have any money to be able to get this inflation hedge to work for you.”

    “Again, always at that minimum wage, and the only way I could make more money, of course, is if I would work more hours.”

    “What I had to do was develop more skills. Every skill I got, it tacked on more pay.”

    “No one beats our numbers. At best, they might match our numbers, but that’s such a tiny percentage, a fraction of a percent that you’ll ever see.”

    “How do you become that star player? Keep developing and honing your skills so that you become absolutely invaluable, nay, irreplaceable.”

    • 16 min
    Creative Ways to Improve Your Credit Score with Nathalie Noisette | 618

    Creative Ways to Improve Your Credit Score with Nathalie Noisette | 618

    Nathalie Noisette is a credit expert and a financial strategist on a mission to help shift our approach to money. She is the founder of Credit Conversion, the host of the Mental Money podcast, and the author of Converted. She is here today to enlighten us about how we should be managing credit and finances.

    Key Talking Points of the Episode

    [01:33] Listen to Simple Passive Cashflow! 

    [02:16] Who is Nathalie Noisette?

    [03:45] What is Nathalie’s background?

    [05:03] Why is it important to take care of your credit?

    [06:13] What is credit essentially for?

    [08:15] How did Nathalie get into credit and finances?

    [11:06] What is the first thing you should do about your credit?

    [12:06] How fast do you want your credit to get better?

    [13:00] What is the best strategy people can use to improve credit fast?

    [16:35] How can Self help build your credit?

    [19:15] How does Nathalie use her credit cards now?

    [21:22] How can you reach out to Nathalie?

    Quotables

    “Money is important. However, money has changed so much over even the last 10-12 years.”

    “I realized that my problem can become profitable. Other people had the same, exact issue, and by addressing my own problem, I was able to help others.”

    “Every single thing that they do in that card will essentially reflect you.”

    “The way they work is the company opens a CD, which is a certificate of deposit in your name for you, and every single month that you pay into this certificate of deposit, they report your on-time payment history to the credit bureaus.”

    “Payment history is the number one factor, as far as weight, that will improve or damage your credit score.”

    “The point and the goal is to never pay interest. Interest is not in your interest.”

    • 25 min
    Why Are There So Many Dumb Names for Life Insurance? | 617

    Why Are There So Many Dumb Names for Life Insurance? | 617

    Whole life? Universal? Infinite banking? Wealth accelerator? Why do insurance policies have all these different names and what makes them different from one another?

    At this point, I’m pretty sure you’ve already heard tons of different names from financial advisors and insurance companies that try to sell you life insurance in different ways. In this episode, I’m going to help you better understand why insurance policies have different names and what you really need to pay attention to. 

    Key Talking Points of the Episode

    [01:26] Invest with PreREO! 

    [02:18] Why do life insurance policies have different names?

    [03:38] Term Insurance 

    [06:58] Infinite Banking Insurance

    [08:02] Types of Life Insurance

    [09:04] Why do companies give life insurance different names?

    [10:21] What do you need to understand when it comes to insurance?

    [11:42] When do you use which insurance for which situation?

    [17:34] What is the Wealth Accelerator they’re talking about? 

    [20:55] What if you don’t have enough net worth yet?

    Quotables

    “There are so many stupid names for life insurance and I think it’s primarily for two reasons. One, of course, a company wants to differentiate themselves but two, they’re just trying to mask their insecurities about using what ultimately is life insurance.”

    “There are so many “banking” things out there, but they’re all pretty much referencing infinite banking.”

    “They’ll give you all these cute names, but ultimately, when you hear most of the names out there, it’s usually referencing something like whole life insurance.”

    “It’s never anything new under the sun, they’re just trying to make it sound special.”

    • 23 min
    Growing Your Coaching Business With Polarizing Content with Marc Mawhinney | 616

    Growing Your Coaching Business With Polarizing Content with Marc Mawhinney | 616

    Marc Mawhinney is the coach of coaches. He is the owner of The Coaching Jungle on Facebook, he’s been an entrepreneur, a real estate agent, an investor, and so much more. He’s here today to talk to us about creating polarizing content and how you can use it to your advantage.

    Key Talking Points of the Episode

    [01:27] Invest with Secured Investment Corp! 

    [02:17] Who is Marc Mawhinney?

    [03:25] What is Marc’s background?

    [04:48] How long has Marc been doing daily emails?

    [07:18] What does it mean to be polarizing?

    [08:07] How did the Tony Robbins film affect other coaches’ content?

    [09:13] What kind of things should you be polarizing about?

    [11:45] How do you overcome the hate your content gets?

    [13:00] How does Marc take advantage of his belief in capitalism?

    [15:30] How does Marc deal with the hate he receives on his content?

    [18:53] How does Marc find valuable content that he uses to bring in people?

    [22:15] Where can you find more of Marc and what he does?

    Quotables

    “I think it’s something that never completely leaves you. It’s kinda like a wound that’s scarred over - you can kinda see it, but it doesn’t sting as much.”

    “I always think when you’re being polarizing, it has to be grounded in actual beliefs that you have.”

    “It gets easier the more you do it. You get a thick skin.”

    “What I like to do is to use their hate and turn it into sales, so I use it as content fodder.”

    “I haven’t been getting as many of them as I probably should and part of it is because I’ve changed the way I use social media.”

    “Once you start creating a lot of content, it gets easier. You’re building up your content creation muscles.”

    • 24 min
    Does Diversification Really Work | 615

    Does Diversification Really Work | 615

    Financial advisors tell you to diversify your investments, but successful investors like Warren Buffet say don’t do it. What are you really supposed to do? Should you diversify or not? Does diversification really work? How do you truly diversify your investments? 

    Key Talking Points of the Episode

    [01:34] Invest with PreREO!

    [02:28] What do financial advisors say about diversification?

    [03:51] What do successful investors say about diversification?

    [08:09] What is the problem with the S&P 500?

    [09:05] Are you diversifying by investing in stocks and bonds? 

    [12:15] What are the different asset classes you can invest in? 

    [13:05] What are paper assets?

    [13:38] How can you invest in businesses?

    [15:50] Why is it important to know what you’re investing in?

    [16:23] What can you do in the real estate space?

    [18:45] Is my portfolio diversified?

    [19:47] How can you diversify effectively?

    Quotables

    “The truth is, you still lose money. Why? Because you’re not really diversifying, because you’re buying in the same asset class of equities, stocks, and things like that.”

    “When you don’t know what you’re doing, just throwing your money at everything is a bad strategy.”

    “If you think about it from a monetary standpoint, if one is bad, it’s worthless.”

    “Maybe a few of them won and a bunch of them lost, you might be feeling grateful you lost a little bit less, but the truth is, people don’t really see that.”

    “The S&P 500 is not equal across the board with the stocks they have. There’s no weighted average there.”

    “Even when people are losing money in crypto, some people have made money in crypto because they went deep and they really understood that asset class.”

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

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307 Ratings

307 Ratings

Josh Plave ,

Tons of advice

This podcast covers every end of the investing spectrum. Chris is easy to listen to and brings a ton of practical advice to just about anyone looking to become financially free. His guests are great and the episodes are short enough to listen to during your commute. Awesome podcast.

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Inspiration & Insights

Inspiration & insights to transform businesses & lives. Achieve a higher level of success by tuning in to Chris and guests. Karen Briscoe, author and podcast host 5 Minute Success

Wholesaling Junkie ,

Chris Miles is a go giver!

This is truly a great show. Practical knowledge and amazing guest interviews!

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