Think about Infinite Banking like this: 

When was the last time you drove somewhere?

When you got into your car before driving to your destination, did you check the oil? Did you test the battery? Did you inspect the wheel bearings or the spark plugs? No, you simply got in your car, started the engine, and drove to your destination.

You do this nearly every day. And you expect that whenever you need to go somewhere, your car will get you where you want to go safely. You know your vehicle well enough to know if there may be something wrong. And if there is something wrong, you take it to a specialist who knows more about it than you, your mechanic.

Besides filling your gas tank or wiper fluid, and occasionally putting air into your tires, you’re satisfied with not having to know all there is to know about your car. You know you don’t need to become a mechanic to feel secure in driving your vehicle daily.

It should be the same way with your banking policy. If you understand the core pieces about Infinite Banking, and why it’s a valuable asset to you, that’s all you need to know to begin. Now, that’s not to say you can’t ask questions or learn more about it over time. But don’t fool yourself into thinking you need to know all the ins and outs about your banking policy before beginning your journey into privatized banking. Sometimes, a question is best answered by experiencing it first hand. Just like buying a car, you learn more about Infinite Banking as time goes on, too.

Questions are always welcome in The Money Multiplier community.

We pride ourselves on transparency and we do what we do because we love helping people take back control of their financial life. Many times that starts with asking us the right questions about Infinite Banking so you can feel comfortable moving forward. 

But if you can take a step back and look at the situation from a different perspective, ask yourself if you’re truly getting value out of the answers to your questions, or if you’re just standing in your own way. And if you don’t like the answer to your question, try taking a small leap of faith, like you do every time you get into your car to take a drive.

When you’re ready to take that step visit and watch the presentation that appears. If you have questions, please email my team and I at [email protected], or give us a call at 386-456-9335, and one of our mentors will be in touch with you to help you take the first step.