Uncommon Wealth Partners
Uncommon Wealth Partners
Mindset over Money

Welcome to Season Two of the Uncommon Life Podcast! We had such a wonderful experience in our first year! If you’ve been listening for awhile – thank you for listening and for sharing your thoughts on how to make the podcast even better in the future. If you are checking us out for the first time, welcome!

In this episode, we wanted to jump right in and talk about shifting your mindset when it comes to following your dreams. When we talk with people about their hopes and dreams, 9 times out of 10, it is things they would like to accomplish in the next 1 to 3 years. But the common way people save and use money means that those dreams are more than likely deferred until retirement.

We would say that’s kind of a flawed system. You should start trying to do more of what you love doing right now.

It’s mindset over money and when you have that mindset, you take control of things in the future. This isn’t magical thinking. We help people accomplish this, and we want that for you.

Welcome to the Uncommon Life!

What You Will Learn in This Episode:

  • How to change your mindset and not put things off until retirement
  • Facilitating your dreams for the present without stealing from your future
  • Doing now what God has designed you to do
  • How to embrace and invest in what you are passionate about
  • Why productivity and purpose lead to a happier, healthier retirement
  • Why, even in retirement, you don’t need to think of your income as fixed
  • The importance of taking time now to think about hopes and dreams
  • How planning for your dreams can happen today, whatever your age
  • Why the stock market is not the best place to look for passive residual income

The Golden Nuggets

“There's a lot of life to live before age 60. And we're not guaranteed 60.” – Bryan Dewhurst and Phillip Ramsey Share on X “We help people not only flesh out what they want their life to be like right now, but then we help them organize their money to facilitate those decisions, so they don't feel like they're stealing from their future.” – Bryan Dewhurst Share on X “Everyone wants to make sure that they have cash flow to cover their basic needs. When you do that, then you can focus on what excites you, what you really want to do every day.” – Phillip Ramsey Share on X “There’s a spiritual component to this conversation about money. God has designed each of us in a unique way. You need to embrace that and then invest in it.” – Bryan Dewhurst Share on X “The reason why the flight attendant tells us to put the oxygen mask on ourselves first is because if you're unconscious, you're not helping anybody else. Taking time to stay healthy mentally and physically is not selfish.” – Phillip Ramsey Share on X “What are you going to do this year or this week or this month to really take time for yourself or you and your spouse, and really think about what you want your life to be like?” – Bryan Dewhurst Share on X “Stop being a victim and start being a victor. Shift your mindset so you are ready to dig in to what you are passionate about, and not wait until retirement.” – Phillip Ramsey Share on X “Money freedom is about being open to that new chapter that God is calling you to, whether you're in your mid-sixties, you're mid-fifties or your mid-twenties.” – Bryan Dewhurst Share on X “It’s great to have a strong work ethic. But structure your money so you can work hard, but work hard at what you love doing.” – Phillip Ramsey Share on X “When you look at financial planning and you look at passive residual income, the stock market is one of the worst places to get it.” – Bryan Dewhurst Share on X