How’s it going, everyone? Today, I want to share how I learned to make life balance your #1 priority with Jeff Flamm!
Check out our YouTube video!
I have many different mentors in my life. Money mentors, business mentors, family mentors, spiritual mentors, etc.
Jeff Flamm is one of the few people I know that could mentor me in all the above!
He runs many successful businesses, has 6 great kids, and I look up to him a lot.
The 6 F’s
Years ago, Jeff was inspired to focus on the 6 Fs as an individual and as a family: Family, Faith, Finance, Fun, Fitness, and Fulfillment.
Jeff feels fulfilled as he gives back to others. Like he said in my video, his dad taught him…
“If you’re not generous when you have little, you won’t be generous when you have a lot.”
How to Manage
I asked Jeff, “Let’s say I have millions to give to my family tomorrow, what would you advise me to do to make sure I have a happy family and raise good kids?”
If you’re really interested in this, join my mastermind that helps individuals with this situation. But, the short answer is to get rid of the “I’ll be happy when…” mentality.
Look at Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates: they have all the money in the world, but they don’t have their families together.
“If you don’t keep balance along the way, everything falls apart.”
That’s why I run the Zenith Mastermind that helps people balance their lives.
So, how do/did you balance your life, Jeff?
Back in the 90s, it became popular to write mission statements for your company and how to get there.
If the CEO doesn’t know what he’s doing, then no one else does!
I thought, “Why aren’t I doing this for my kids? How will they get direction in their lives?”
So, we made a Flamm family mission statement.
We intentionally spent time together, built relationships, and ultimately became happier and more united as a family!
We did things like skiing, boating, and consistently had a family night once a week.
Let’s switch gears. Where do you think we’re at right now in the market cycle and where do you think we’re going in the next year?
I think interest rates will stay up, but then start to go down next year as inflation starts to subside.
The gap between the have and the have-nots is widening. People that don’t know how to save money or work for money will struggle.
Work hard. Save money. Live Frugally. Invest Wisely.
Jeff and I chatted some more about investing in stocks, living frugally and on a budget, and more!
So, go check out my YouTube video to hear the rest of what Jeff Flamm had to say.
I hope you learned how to make life balance your #1 priority with Jeff!
That’s it for today!
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