Today we’re talking hunting and financial fitness. We sit down and record with Jeff Bynum on best financial practices for hunters who want to hunt without being broke. We go over the pitfalls of being house poor, credit cards, school loans, retirement planning and discipline. This topic is extremely important and cannot be overlooked. Money is just a tool, so you have to treat it just like your health and doing things that require daily discipline to achieve your longterm goals.
Here’s some background info on Jeff:
In the fall of 2008 I was introduced to an uncommon approach to financial decision making and entered the financial services industry. Teaching through holistic philosophy, I educate my clients on how to avoid many of the failures often experienced in conventional wealth-accumulation models. Over the years, I’ve been fortunate to build many relationships throughout the United States with professionals, small business owners and medical practitioners. I’ve enjoyed standing by their side while they grow towards a better financial future.
Today, my practice Financial Outfitters Group is focused on serving those dedicated to America’s tradition of hunting and fishing. Whether you’re a business owner, professional in the hunting and fishing world, or just an avid outdoors-man like myself, I’m here to guide you through the financial wilderness to a path of proven success.
In 2015, my family moved to the great state of Texas. It’s been an adjustment having grown up as a public lands hunter but I’m thoroughly enjoying all the amazing hunting and fishing Texas has to offer. I’ve been blessed with many opportunities to hunt and fish with friends and clients all across the US. Every year come September, you’ll find me chasing elk with my bow in the backcountry of the Rockies!
I have an amazingly supportive wife, son and daughter who all share in the love of the outdoors.