How to Escape the Chair – Webclass – FB


How to Escape the Chair

A Proven Path to Freedom, Despite Inflation, Volatility, & Recession.

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What We'll Cover in the Webclass

Many dental colleagues feel pressure to measure success in a certain way – growth, production, number of practices. All of that is well and good – but is that what you really want? Toward what end are you working?

The reality is that without having sovereignty over how you spend your time, a high income becomes golden handcuffs. It's time to rethink your retirement and discover a proven plan for buying back your time today. Stop relying on the outdated, 401(k) model, and get a clear plan to make your money work harder for you.

Risk of Inflation & Recession

Evaluate the current market cycle and avoid bad investment strategies.

Alternative Investing Strategies

How to reduce your reliance on active income and Wall Street for the years ahead.

Taking Ownership Of Your Future Freedom

Develop the skills to become your own financial advocate – vs. abdicating to a financial advisor.

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About your host

Meet Dr David Phelps


David owned and managed a private practice dental office for over twenty-one years before his daughter’s health crisis served as a dramatic wakeup call in his life. David’s “Plan B” (a portfolio of cash-flow producing real estate assets) gave him the Freedom to sell his practice mid-career and focus 100% on what matters most to him. Today, he is the founder and CEO of the Freedom Founders Group. 

Webclass Highlights

More of what you'll learn on the Webclass

Why the traditional 401(k) model is broken
Market trends that will affect a practitioners retirement plans
The risks of a recession
How to reduce your reliance on active income

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