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How To Rate Our Podcast “5-stars” On iTunes

Help us reach more people by giving us a 5-star rating on iTunes! Here’s how …

If you’re on an iPhone or iPad …

STEP 1

Launch the “Podcasts” app on your device. It’s the app with this icon:

NOTE: If you can’t find this app, swipe all the way left on your home screen until you’re at that weird Search/News page thing. Tap the search field at the top and type in “Podcasts.” Apple’s Podcasts app should show up in the search results below.

STEP 2

Tap the Podcasts app icon, and after it opens, tap the Search field at the top, or the little magnifying glass icon in the lower right corner:

STEP 3

Type The Wealth Standard into the search field, and press the Search button.

STEP 4

In the search results, click on our show!

STEP 5

Scroll down the page until you see Ratings & Reviews

STEP 6

Tap the purple “Write a Review” link:

NOTE: You may need to log into iTunes at this point. If so, enter your iTunes password (annoying, right?).

STEP 7

On the next screen, tap on the 5th star to the right. This is how you give the show a 5-star rating:

STEP 8

Next, press the Send button in the upper right corner of the screen. That’s it! THANK YOU!

If you’re on a Windows or Mac computer …

The computer needs to have the iTunes program downloaded and installed. It’s free, and you can download it for either Mac or Windows at this link:

http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/

Once you have that taken care of, proceed with the steps below:

STEP 1

Launch the iTunes program on your computer. The iTunes icon looks like this:

STEP 2

In the search field in the upper right corner of iTunes, type The Wealth Standard, and press Enter.

NOTE: You should make sure the Store tab is selected, and that you are searching for “Podcasts”

STEP 3

After searching, locate the show’s image under the word Podcasts and click on it.

STEP 4

On the next page, to the right of the show’s image, there are three tabs: Details, Ratings and Reviews, and Related. Click on Ratings and Reviews.

STEP 5

Click on the 5th star to the right. This is a 5 star rating. You did it!

You can then click the “Write a Review” button below the stars and write something nice about the show.

How To Rate Our Podcast “5-stars” On Stitcher

Help us reach more people with powerful lessons on brandcasting by giving us a 5-star rating on Stitcher! Here’s how …

STEP 1

Launch Stitcher and go to https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/paradigm-life/the-wealth-standard

STEP 2

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Review This Show”

STEP 3

Click on the 5th star to the right. This is a 5 star rating. You did it!

You can then write something nice about the show and click “Post Review”.

What is Money, Really?

Money has become a very popular topic, especially as of late. Considering we as an international community are trying to pull out of a global recession, there is nonstop news about struggling economies, the Euro-zone crisis and the US fiscal situation. 24 hour news stations, newspapers, podcasts, radio shows, you name it…we are being bombarding with anything and everything that has to do with money.

Often it seems that money – what it represents, how it is created and why we even use it – is enigmatic. Examples of this can be seen every day in the news media and public opinion.  There seems to be a very wide range of thought and belief about what money is and how it should be controlled, created, handled and used.  Patrick Donohoe of Paradigm Life and Brad Gibb, MAcc discuss many of these topics when discussing: What is money, Really?

Useful Links:

International Monetary Fund

Federal Reserve

Foundation for Economic Education (FEE)

For more information about Paradigm Life and Infinite Banking, visit our resources page or contact us at info@paradigmlife.net or by phone at 1-800-870-8670.

Analysis of the Real Estate Market and the Economy

We live in a unique time. We have seen unprecedented uncertainty in the economy and the real estate market over the past several years. Housing and real estate is an integral part of life and the economy in the United States and it can be difficult to understand what is going on and why. Jonathan Day, Owner and CEO of Turn Key Real Estate Partners,  joined Patrick Donohoe to discuss what is happening in the housing and real estate market, how it has effected the economy and where we are headed.

To learn more about Turn Key Real Estate Partners visit their website – www.TurnKeyRealEstatePartners.com

For more information about Paradigm Life and Infinite Banking, visit our resources page or contact us at info@paradigmlife.net or by phone at 1-800-870-8670.

Searching For Clarity

Patrick Donohoe and Brad Gibb MAcc made the trip to Nashville to attend the “Night of Clarity” event hosted by the authors of “How Privatized Banking Really Works” Robert P. Murphy and Carlos Lara.

Brad and Patrick discuss many of the topics and speakers from the Night of Clarity event and how the current economic situation effects you, your family, community and businesses. Key to the discussion is the continued willingness to gain understanding and knowledge, and be a part of the larger overall discussion with regards to your finances and the economy.

Below you will find valuable links to information and resources that can help provide more clarity and understanding of the current economic environment.

Resources:

For more information about Paradigm Life and Infinite Banking, visit our resources page or contact us at info@paradigmlife.net or by phone at 1-800-870-8670.

Cash Management Strategies

The Real Estate Guys Radio Show hosts Robert Helms and Russell Grey took the time in one of their latest shows to cover Cash Management Strategies for Real Estate Investors. This is an important topic because of the current liquidity issues the real estate market has experienced and the lack of solid benefit-rich locations to place real estate reserves. Patrick Donohoe of Paradigm Life joined the hosts to discuss howpermanent insurance and Infinite Banking could be a solution to these issues.  In the interview many of the benefits (Tax Benefits, Liquidity, Safety just to name a few) and uses of this strategy were discussed.

Be Your Own Bank – Cash Management Strategies for Real Estate Investors

“Being a real estate investor means handling a lot of cash. It may not seem that way, especially at first, but think about it.  There’s the float on the cash flowing through your bank account.  Then there’s the cash you maintain and build up to handle contingencies and long term maintenance.  You have deposits you collect and hold for tenants.  Let’s not forget about the growing “Opportunity Fund” you’re stockpiling until the next great deal comes long.  And when you sell or refinance, there may be a BIG pile of cash flowing through your account on it’s way to its next mission.” – RealEstateGuysRadio.com

“Simply put, our guest Patrick Donohoe has opened up our eyes and minds to a completely unorthodox way to manage cash.  Only it isn’t some wacko unproven idea.  It’s something that the biggest cash managers on the planet, like Bank of America, Wells Fargo and J.P. Morgan Chase have been doing for years.  And it’s something we would have never thought of without Patrick’s help.

Without giving away the story, here’s the idea:  There’s a financial vehicle out there that enjoys very favorable tax treatment by virtue of being attached to another very old and time tested financial vehicle (hint: it’s not a bank account).

It works kind of like a line of credit secured by a property.  Remember those?  You could borrow against your equity at a low rate, use the money for whatever you wanted, then put it back whenever you wanted.  And then you could take it back out again, anytime you wanted, without prior approval.  Ahhh, those were the good old days!  (hint: it’s not a mortgage).” – RealEstateGuysRadio.com

To read the full blog post from The Real Estate Guys Radio Show visit their websitewww.RealEstateGuysRadio.com.