98 episodes

What matters most to you? We often hear it’s about family, faith and providing for future generations. This father and son podcast reminds you of the evening stories you hear while sitting back in a rocking chair on the front porch. The conversations are beyond talk of the stock market and more about the legacy you want to create. Truly, it’s a new perspective on how to see and enjoy this incredible land of possibilities in front of you.

The Land of Possibilities Joel and Colton McGriff at The McGriff Alliance

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

What matters most to you? We often hear it’s about family, faith and providing for future generations. This father and son podcast reminds you of the evening stories you hear while sitting back in a rocking chair on the front porch. The conversations are beyond talk of the stock market and more about the legacy you want to create. Truly, it’s a new perspective on how to see and enjoy this incredible land of possibilities in front of you.

    Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Early?

    Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Early?

    If you're like most people, you probably have a mortgage. And if you're like most people, you probably hate your mortgage. But the big question is: should you pay it off early?
    It's a tough question to answer, and there are pros and cons to both sides. Paying off your mortgage early means that you'll be debt-free sooner. On the other hand, it also means that you'll have less money to invest.
    For today’s episode, Joel and Colton McGriff discuss the benefits of paying off your mortgage early. They also talk about the reasons why some people are making the decision of paying off their home loan quicker than their agreed-upon term. In addition to this, Joel and Colton McGriff share what delayed gratification means and how you can start practicing it.

    Highlights:
    Should I pay off my mortgage if I have a low-interest mortgage right now? Why are other people paying off their mortgage quicker than the agreed-upon term? How can you start paying off your mortgage? What delayed gratification means and how you can start practicing it?
    Resources and Links:
    https://www.themcgriffalliance.com 
    colton@tmafamily.com 
    kierson@tmafamily.com 
    joel@tmafamily.com 
    Phone: 205-991-4448
    Call To Action:
    FREE eBook: Why Life Settlements Make Sense
    Schedule a Free Consultation by clicking here
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    • 18 min
    Policy Loans

    Policy Loans

    There are several reasons why someone might want to take out a policy loan. Maybe you have an unexpected medical expense or need to make a large purchase and don't have the cash on hand. Whatever the reason, a policy loan can give you access to the money you need without having to go through a traditional bank or lender.
    For today’s episode, Joel and Colton McGriff talk about the deeper connection between policy loans and the banking process. They discuss how you can start shifting your mind in viewing a policy loan in a non-negative way. Additionally, Joel and Colton share how beneficial it is to borrow the cash value of your life insurance and make infinite banking work.

    Highlights:
    What the banking process is How to shift your mind to view a policy loan in a non-negative way How Joel and Colton started implementing infinite banking What a policy loan is and how it acts How is it beneficial to borrow again your cash value in your life insurance


    Resources and Links: https://www.themcgriffalliance.com colton@tmafamily.com kierson@tmafamily.com joel@tmafamily.com Phone: 205-991-4448 FREE eBook: Why Life Settlements Make Sense
    Schedule a Free Consultation by clicking here
    How to Listen:
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    • 11 min
    Is Real Estate Crashing

    Is Real Estate Crashing

    As the federal reserve is printing more money and other countries are struggling with their own economic issues, what does this mean for real estate? Some experts believe that we could see a sharp decrease in prices, as people scramble to unload assets. Others believe that now is actually a good time to buy real estate, as prices may not fall as much as some expect.
    For today’s episode, Joel and Colton McGriff discuss the trends in buying real estate. They point out the different variables to consider before deploying any capital. Additionally, Joel and Colton talk about the importance of doing your own research before making any decisions: There are several deals out there, but you need to know what you're looking for.

    Highlights:
    What the trends are in buying real estate What the results from the anecdotal research on Zillow shows How the federal reserve deals with the inflation What happens to other countries as they face the inflation What kinds of deals there are in the mobile home type facilities What different variables an investor or buyer should look at before deploying any capital
    Resources and Links:
    https://www.themcgriffalliance.com 
    colton@tmafamily.com 
    kierson@tmafamily.com 
    joel@tmafamily.com 
    Phone: 205-991-4448
     
    FREE eBook: Why Life Settlements Make Sense
    Schedule a Free Consultation by clicking here
    How to Listen:
    Subscribe on Apple Podcasts
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    • 18 min
    IBC Special Guest with Leigh Anne McGriff

    IBC Special Guest with Leigh Anne McGriff

    Today’s episode is very special as Colton is joined by his wife, Leigh Anne McGriff. Together, they recall what lessons Colton tried to teach Leigh Anne and how she learned more about IBC and the practice. Leigh Anne shares how, at one point in her life, thought about borrowing money as a bad habit, and why a lot of people are also thinking the same.

    Highlights:
    What it really looks like: How Leigh Anne learned more about IBC What lessons Colton tried to teach Leigh Anne What are the other ways that your money can work How people see borrowing money as a bad habit Why money should flow Where does Leigh Anne think IBC is going How IBC can affect the banking power of those practicing it What the possible roadblocks are when you’re learning about IBC
    Resources and Links:
    https://www.themcgriffalliance.com  
    colton@tmafamily.com  
    kierson@tmafamily.com 
    joel@tmafamily.com 
    Phone: 205-991-4448
    FREE eBook: Why Life Settlements Make Sense
    Schedule a Free Consultation by clicking here
    How to Listen:
    Subscribe on Apple Podcasts
    Follow on Spotify
    Listen on Stitcher

    • 18 min
    401k, a Government Sponsored Program

    401k, a Government Sponsored Program

    When it comes to your 401k plan, there are a few common questions you should ask yourself. How much risk are you willing to take? What are your investment goals? And how long do you plan on working?
    But is it really a requirement?
    For today’s episode, Joel and Colton McGriff focus on the 401k plan: What are the common questions you should ask yourself when it comes to these investments, how they started, and why you should pay for them? They also argue whether it is a requirement or a choice. Joel shared the main reason why he stopped putting money into his 401k plan and why others are following his practice. Together, Joel and Colton also dive into the other ways how we can better guard ourselves against the inflation scare.

    Highlights:
    What the common questions should ask yourself when it comes to your 401k plans Why Joel decided to stop putting money into his 401k plan They history: How the 401k started What are the differences between the year now and back in 1978 in terms of the economy and the future in terms of the US debt load How can we better guard ourselves against the inflation scare? Resources and Links:
    https://www.themcgriffalliance.com 
    colton@tmafamily.com 
    kierson@tmafamily.com 
    joel@tmafamily.com 
    Phone: 205-991-4448
    FREE eBook: Why Life Settlements Make Sense
    Schedule a Free Consultation by clicking here
    How to Listen:
    Subscribe on Apple Podcasts
    Follow on Spotify
    Listen on Stitcher

    • 20 min
    BYOB Book Review Part 11 - The Retirement Trap

    BYOB Book Review Part 11 - The Retirement Trap

    In this episode, Joel and Colton McGriff dive into The Retirement Trap, which is mentioned on pages 66 and 67 of the Becoming your own banker book by Nelson Nash. Joel and Colton explain the content inside those pages and give you their valuable point of view.

    Highlights:
    What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear The retirement trap What Nelson talks about The retirement trap When Nelson talked about social security The 401k system How we handle retirement


    Resources and Links: https://www.themcgriffalliance.com colton@tmafamily.com kierson@tmafamily.com joel@tmafamily.com Phone: 205-991-4448
    FREE eBook: Why Life Settlements Make Sense
    Schedule a Free Consultation by clicking here

    How to Listen:
    Subscribe on Apple Podcasts
    Follow on Spotify
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    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

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11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Bryant0811 ,

Learning through lessons

Often the best advice I’ve received is from someone who has lived what I am going through. The land of possibilities sets up to do just that. I feel like I’m getting advice from a family member while sitting on a dock at the lake, or catching up on a front porch swing. There’s a simplicity and earnest care that comes across from these two and their desire to help you figure out what will make up your personal wealth. Excited to listen to all all future podcasts.

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