I, along with my agents, have made it our mission to tell the world about the Infinite Banking Concept.
Growing up on a farm and ranch, I learned to love and respect the farming and ranching industries. You know what they say, you can take the girl off the farm but you can’t take the farm out of the girl. I also know it is not an easy business to be in; market prices fluctuate while expenses steadily rise. That is why I focus the majority of my time helping farmers and ranchers learn how to use the infinite banking concepts to finance their own operations….without the bank.
If you are not a farmer/rancher that does not mean I won’t help you, too. Like I said it’s my mission to help the world see the benefits of this process.
When this concept was introduced to me several years ago, I thought for sure there must be a catch to it. I was sure this process must be illegal and those using it were going to jail! So, I started to research the concept and began with reading the book Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash. I then moved on to four other books within a six week period. This left no doubt in my mind this process and concept worked using methods that are not only legal but also left the volatile market out of the equation. (For access to those books click here)
This new knowledge left me with that passion and desire I spoke of earlier. To be completely honest, I was a little angry that no one had ever told me about this before. The big question remains, “are we to remain blindingly trustful of the Federal Reserve and Congress to make sure we can keep enough capital to do business and enjoy retirement?” This method is used by some of the most influential and wealthy people in the country. And it is a well-kept secret.
There shall be NO more secrets. From this point forward I am committed to making it my mission to teach people to think differently about how they manage their money, seek out common sense money solutions, and bring back lost money. My agents and I at FiscalBridge are going to teach this concept the right way, the R. Nelson Nash way.