The Prosperity Podcast
A business podcast from Kim D. H. Butler and Spencer Shaw
Take control of your own money with alternative investments that get your money off of Wall Street and into reliable, profitable substitutes. Join Kim D. H. Butler, best-selling financial author and Spencer Shaw, as they use their prosperity mindset to utilize wealth-building tactics. Learn about the 7 Principles of Prosperity and how make your money work as hard as you do.
The Prosperity Podcast is the personal finance show for independent thinkers, investors and business owners, who want off of Wall Street and out of the big banks. We teach listeners how to take control of their money and start living the life they choose NOW rather than waiting for retirement at some future date. There are 7 principles that when followed, lead to increased wealth and prosperity. We share the 7 principles and show you how they can help to create lasting results in your life.
Produced by Partners for Prosperity Inc., a Registered Investment Advisor, Prosperity Podcast will give you the tools you need to get away from the risky stock market and ineffective banking and into alternative investments that will put your money to work without leaving you at the mercy of the markets or rising income taxes.
Learn how you can use tools such as life insurance, life settlements, private lending, entrepreneurship and out-of- the-box thinking to build true, sustainable wealth. For more information and to get in touch, visit www.Partners4Prosperity.com
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