Financial Matrix Defined

10 06 2015

Wrapping our brains around something new, especially on the surface as complex as the Financial Matrix, can be tough.  We have two options. The first is to say it’s too complex and I’ll never understand, thus living a life of ignorance. Or Two, we can start taking one bite at a time until it becomes as part of us as simple math.

I love the community of Life Leadership! They are choosing to peel the layers of the onion that is the Financial Matrix.  Like an onion, it might cause some tears but it is worth it.

Thank you Orrin Woodward for your blog helping all of us take a big bite of knowledge toward understanding the Financial Matrix.  

Enjoy, Steve

What is the Financial Matrix?

The Financial Matrix has captured nearly everyone within its web. The system of control works by seducing people into debt by “easy” monthly payments. The monthly payments accumulate until the people can no longer afford their own opinion. Instead, they must do the bidding of their creditors because, as the Bible stated long ago, “The borrower is slave to the lender.” The Financial Matrix book explains this is much more detail for those who haven’t read it.

I am not saying that the loaning and borrowing of money, in itself, constitutes a scam. For the Financial Matrix scam goes much deeper than that. Indeed, the Financial Matrix, through the Fractional Reserve Banking (FRB) system, supported by Central Banks and National Governments, is allowed to create money out of thin air to “loan” to the people. In a word, fake (fiat) money is loaned out to people who must pay back the interest and principal with real production. This is the Financial Matrix Scam.

How Does a Person Escape the Financial Matrix?

The plan to escape the Financial Matrix is simple to explain but difficult to implement, namely, stop taking on debt. A person must learn to live below his current income even if that means foregoing some of the things he desires. For just because a person wants something doesn’t mean he should sell himself into financial slavery to purchase it. Quit buying items today, in other words, on income that a person plans to make tomorrow; instead, the correct approach is to buy items today on income he made yesterday.

Unfortunately, most people have not learned this key financial literacy principle. In fact, this isn’t by accident, but by design. Think about how much education the average person is receiving today and yet how little financial literacy education they receive. I have met doctorate level graduates in many fields, with 10 plus years of education, who do not understand the rudimentary principles of compound interest, nor delayed gratification. This must change.

How to Play Defense Against the Financial Matrix?

Financial Fitness Pack

Anyone truly seeking a change in his/her financial situation must realize the need to apply new principles. The Financial Fitness Program (FFP) (Now available as a continuous education program for accountants) will teach a person step by step how to live below his current means. Many customers of this pack have escaped the Financial Matrix Scam by learning how to say no to the instant gratification purchases. It doesn’t matter how much a person makes as much as how much he spends. In fact, the Financial Matrix system loves high income earners because they typically carry more debt and service it longer.

The great news is once a person changes the financial paradigm, the compounding effect of debt reduction becomes an enjoyable game. Instead of thousands of dollars per month being poured down the Financial Matrix hole, that money now remains in the producers hands to either wipe out more debt or start to purchase items in cash. As a result, the average person can break out of the Financial Matrix by just playing defense in a 15 to 20 year plan and be debt-free including his mortgage. However, some people choose to go faster.

How to Play Offense Against the Financial Matrix?

This is the purpose of LIFE Leadership community. When customers realize how effective the Financial Fitness Program (FFP) is to help them get out of debt, many choose to share this program with others. LIFE created a compensated community to reward the people who help others escape the Financial Matrix Scam. In other words, the worst that happens to a person who joins LIFE Leadership and applies the principles taught is they lose their debt. On the upside, the go-getters who choose to share this financial program with others are rewarded for doing so.

LIFE Leadership then starts with a simple premise, namely, that being in debt and stress is not good for people. Accordingly, LIFE provides the FFP to teach financial literacy and a plan of escape. Meanwhile, for those who want to escape the Financial Matrix faster, LIFE offers people the opportunity to own their own business and build a business asset. A person can start by playing defense and utilizing the community support group to help him make better decisions financially. And, at any time in the process, he can choose to go on offense and share the financial products to others who could benefit by better financial literacy. Win-Win-Win.

What Makes LIFE Leadership Different?

I have studied the data of LIFE members and I am blown away by what I discovered. It takes less than six months for the average member to save more money from the Financial Matrix than they are investing in their own business. This is what makes LIFE Leadership different than most traditional product companies – the Financial Fitness Program (FFP) saves the consumer more money than it costs to purchase. The FFP is, after all, only 99 dollars. In the coming months, I plan on interviewing many of the people who have reduced their debt to highlight their stories.  The testimonials of people who have wiped out $10k, $25k, $50k, and some over $100k in less than six months simply need to be shared with the world!

What other organization can a person join where the worst that happens to him is he wipes out his debt and the best that happens to him is he builds a business asset, develops his personal leadership, and makes friends for life? Please don’t misunderstand me. I am not saying everyone who joins LIFE Leadership will get debt free. For merely joining an organization doesn’t make someone successful anymore than merely buying an exercise bike causes one to lose wait. After all, YOU have to use the financial principles and the exercise bike to accomplish the desired objective.

Fortunately, most of the people who purchase the FFP (about 75%) reduce their financial debt. Moreover, around 10% of that group start making money by building a business asset. What about the other 25%? I don’t know if I could answer this any better than John Wayne did, “Life is tough, even tougher when your stupid.” :) Ok, I know that was politically incorrect in today’s sensitive age. But seriously folks, how can the FFP help someone eliminate debt if they won’t open it up, read the materials, and apply its lessons? LIFE even has a community support group to encourage them in the habit changing process. A teacher cannot teach until the student is ready.

Despite what the modern media tells you, success  is NOT a lottery. Indeed, people don’t luck their way to success, but rather learn their way into it. If you are tired of waiting for your ship to come, then perhaps its time to join the LIFE Leadership ship. Whether as a customer and learn to play defense to avoid the Financial Matrix or as a member and learn how to play defense and offense to avoid the Financial Matrix is totally up to you.

What I know is with the proper financial principles, you too can escape the Financial Matrix and live the life you always wanted.

Sincerely,

Orrin Woodward

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5 responses

12 07 2015
Developer

It takes throwing the rope back to help the next person trapped in the matrix. First step is knowing that it is there.

Regards,
Clifford T Mitchem
Professional Developer
Life Leadership
http://LifeLeadership.com/61435084

27 06 2015
Craig Wisler

Reblogged this on Craig Wisler – Servant-Leader and commented:
We all think we are practicing Financial Defense, and some are better than others, but this program has more to offer. And it is professionally done to help you win; not only on the Defense, but also a strategy to go on the Offense and understanding why by understanding the Playing Field that you are playing in!

18 06 2015
AdamRossman

I like that Orrin says “Indeed, people don’t luck their way to success, but rather learn their way into it.” The first thing I need to learn was the fact that I needed to learn my way into success. Once I realized that – I still would have been lost. The challenge with the Information Age is not that there is a lack of information, rather its knowing what information is good information.

My wife and I are so thankful to Life Leadership and leaders like you, Steve. We have recieved the gift of good information so that we can learn our way to success and turn back to point others down the same trail.

I read, last night, in the great book by Dan Hawkins called “Ladder” that most people think success is achieved by the ‘secrets’ of the successful, but the successful simply call them ‘habits.’

11 06 2015
Ryan Blakely

Great article! Thanks for sharing Steve. The Financial Fittness Program is by far the best vehicle to give people an understanding of finances and show you there is a better way. A program that not only shows you the defense but the offense and the playing field as well!! Are you kidding me! This needs to be front page! This needs to be in everyone’s hands! Not just because it’s great, but because its making a difference.

18 06 2015
AdamRossman

Talk about an example of escaping the Financial Matrix….Ryan’s story is awesome. If more people knew his story – they would be ecstatic to follow his lead and do what so many others are doing through Life Leadership and the Financial Fitness Program!

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