80: Leveraging Whole Life Insurance for a Superhuman Life With Rachel Marshall & Bruce Wehner

Leveraging Whole Life Insurance for a Superhuman Life With Rachel Marshall & Bruce Wehner

Welcome to episode 80 of Optimal Health For Busy Entrepreneurs.

We have Rachel Marshall (Chief Financial Educator & Co-Founder) and Bruce Wehner (Chief Cash Flow Strategist & Lead Advisor) of the Money Advantage Team stopping by for a fascinating discussion on wealth building. This isn’t just any run-of-the-mill wealth-building episode. Rachel and Bruce discuss building financial freedom by leveraging privatized banking and various cash flow strategies.

Lastly, you’re probably thinking: Life Insurance…really? Trust me; this isn’t the type of life insurance that you’re thinking of. Even better, all of this benefits your life, health, and business. This episode was just the tip of the iceberg on the many possibilities that you can use here, so you’ll definitely want to check out their website and podcast after listening to this episode.


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In today’s episode, you’ll hear:

  • Rachel’s & Bruce’s origin story
  • Habits of the wealthy
  • What’s privatized banking (and how it can help your health and business)
  • Why the standard way of thinking applied to wealth building isn’t likely to bring you the results you desire
  • Why solely focusing on income isn’t enough (hello Parkinson’s Law)
  • What is Whole Life Insurance (and what are some of its unique benefits)
  • Leveraging your insurance to help your business or investments
  • How to go about getting started with Whole Life Insurance and building from there
  • And much more

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79: Make Fitness Great Again: Shed Your Pandemic Pounds With These 3 Habits

Make Fitness Great Again: Shed Your Pandemic Pounds With These 3 Habits

Welcome to episode 79 of Optimal Health For Busy Entrepreneurs.

We’re almost one year into the coronavirus pandemic. During this time, there’s been increased isolation, binge-watching, comfort eating, stress, and of course, navigating your business through these turbulent times. Many have packed on some extra pounds.

Many have gotten out-of-shape. Many have contracted and let the circumstances of the world suffocate their ambition. And in today’s episode, I’m diving into 3 pivotal habits that entrepreneurs must equip themselves with to successfully navigate life, business, the pandemic, and of course, eradicating their “Quarantine 15.”


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In today’s episode, you’ll hear:

  • A principle shared with me years ago to help you thrive in today’s world
  • An alternate way of looking at stress
  • 3 habits to shed your pandemic pounds
  • 4 key pillars to consider when managing your energy
  • And much, much more

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78: All DNA Tests Aren’t Equal + Why Genetic Data Alone Isn’t Enough

All DNA Tests Aren’t Equal + Why Genetic Data Alone Isn’t Enough

Welcome to episode 78 of Optimal Health For Busy Entrepreneurs.

Genetic tests are becoming more and more popular. And with that popularity comes many options to the marketplace and many more opportunities to become confused. In this episode, I discuss why not all genetic tests are equal, plus key factors to consider when choosing a genetic test. Lastly, I’ll share why I’m not a fan of direct-to-consumer tests because of one big reason.


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In today’s episode, you’ll hear:

  • Why not all consumer-based genetic tests are the same
  • The unintentional but powerful downside people encounter with direct to consumer test
  • Why genetic data alone isn’t enough
  • And much, much more

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