Jim Dew; Entrepreneurs, Learn How to Fix Your Financial Flat Tire

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What is it about money that makes us feel naked? Along with politics and religion, it’s become one of the most taboo subjects to discuss among friends, let alone strangers. That’s a shame! 

When was the last time you solved a problem by avoiding it? But I digress. 

As entrepreneurs, you might assume that we have an insatiable tolerance for risk when it comes to money, but you’d be wrong nine out of ten times. Despite our risky business ventures, we’re as nervous about money as everyone else. 

In fact, you might be surprised to find out that many so-called powerful entrepreneurs have financial flat tires — at least that’s what Jim Dew calls them. 

We spoke with Jim about this very topic on the latest edition of The Art of Making Things Happen with Steve Sims.

For the past two decades, Jim Dew has been putting his entrepreneur client’s best interests first, and that has led to astonishing results. Read on to discover how you can do the same. 

Where Does This Taboo Feeling Come From Anyway?

Jim has the opportunity to have some of the world’s top entrepreneurs financially undress in front of him, and that has helped him understand a few things: 

  1. Even successful entrepreneurs have financial blocks when it comes to thinking about money. 
  2. Family history can be a root cause for how you view money. 
  3. Many run their finances like they run their businesses. 

Jim has talked with many leading entrepreneurs only to find out they put themselves at the center of their financial planning machine. Jim finds this ironic since many entrepreneurs often seek out others in areas they are deficient, but that isn’t always the case when it comes to finances. 

It often leads to what Jim refers to as a financial flat tire. 

What the Hell is a Financial Flat Tire? 

When Jim left a prestigious financial services company to start his own business, he had one goal in mind: to hold his client’s interests above that of the company. 

He recognized that his “job” forced him to put the interest of his boss over his clients, which often left them stuck in a broken system. In an effort to change that, he decided to recreate the wheel, literally. 

As a former high school math teacher, he believes in the power of models to help people understand complex topics, so it makes sense that he would use this image as a way to explain what most entrepreneurs get wrong — and how his team can help you fix it

Most entrepreneurs juggle all of their financial services and are the hub where all the information flows. Unfortunately, that stops the flow of information between financial services that could work better together. 

While making yourself the center of your business may make sense, the same rule doesn’t always apply to get the most out of our money.

Insert the Dew Wealth System

There’s a Better Way! 

Believe it or not, there is a better way! Rather than making yourself the king of your financial decisions, the Dew Wealth System allows you to become an active partner in your financial decisions. 

At the same time, we’ll encourage conversations between your most important financial consultants so that your best interests are always met. 

Wouldn’t it be nice to know you can receive the same amount of information you have now but also have the advice of a financial expert to get the most out of your financial consultants? 

That’s the Dew Wealth difference

We Help Entrepreneurs Fulfill Their Financial Destiny

Dew Wealth’s team of fiduciary advisors doesn’t just focus on your finances but also protects your legal and family planning needs. It truly is an all-in-one service that can help you fulfill your financial destiny.

If you’re looking for more information about how you can build a functional wealth wheel, be sure to check out the Dew Wealth website.    

As always, if you’re looking for more great interviews from entrepreneurs and other great minds, please be sure to check out The Art of Making Things Happen Podcast with Steve Sims.