If last week's discussion intrigued you, I invite you to explore the topic more deeply as I continue my conversation with Wayne Jett, author of Fruits of Graft.
Being curious allows you to keep growing, find peace, and become more and more the person God created you to be each day. To me, this is evident in Wayne's research on financial systems and the cycle of economic depressions.
By having your eyes open to what's happening in the world, you're better equipped to do something about it—on a personal level, and even on a wide scale. When you bury your head in the sand, you can only hope for the best. Taking this passive role in your life may work out for you sometimes if you're lucky, but taking control is the more powerful choice.
Here's a preview of the topics we cover in our discussion:
HG Wells' book, "Anticipations"
The Red Symphony
Presidential tax policies
The specific manipulation of our economic cycles
And much more
Listen to our full conversation, below:
The "Buy Term and Invest the Difference" Myth, (Password: Wh0leTruth!)
Gold Outlook Report 2023, Introducing Monetary Metals