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Craig Feldmeier is a coach at Money Ripples who has helped many of our clients get amazing results. He has been on the show before, but I wanted to bring him back again so we can talk more about what he does at Money Ripples and how he helps people. Key Talking Points of the Episode [01:36] Listen to Simple Passive Cashflow! [02:20] Who is Craig Feldmeier? [04:03] What is Craig’s background? [06:01] How did Craig realize the power of cash flowing assets? [08:17] What is Craig’s vision in life? [09:12] How can education give you freedom? [10:45] What is Craig’s superpower? [12:55] What kind of clients does Craig like to work with? [16:39] How does Craig’s background help him talk to clients? [17:47] What makes a personalized investment plan better? [19:35] How does Craig introduce different investments to clients? [20:35] What does Craig think about Money Ripples? [22:03] What are some of Craig’s favorite cases in Money Ripples? Quotables “Anyone out there who’s listening, feel good that you have money in your 401K or in the stock market. It’s better than not having anything at all.” “Once money is no longer a stressor and an issue, that really opens up just so many other pathways you can take in your life.” “I think I can relate to a lot of different people in a lot of different scenarios.” “Everybody’s different, therefore, everybody does different investments.” “Once you start to get that first, second, third deposit into your checking account, then it becomes real.”