Noah Kelsch

Wealth Strategist

Wealth Strategist, RFC®

With over a decade of experience in the financial services industry and clients across the US, Noah has compassion and empathy for the cash flow struggles American’s face daily.

Noah grew up in Park City, Utah, and enjoyed skis, snowmobiles and atv’s. He also learned at a young age what it means to work hard, as from age 6 he remembers assisting maintaining the 30 acres of land his family lived on and from about age 13, was given charge of the maintenance of the property. At age 16 he also began working for the family business. Here he eventually became a manager and board member to over 150 employees and distribution network over the Western United States. Additionally, he started several successful businesses himself.

Although his formal post graduate education was an MCSD degree in software and web development, Noah began studying personal finances in 2001 after some financial setbacks almost cost them their home. By “Making money work for us, instead of the other way around”, he and his wife were able to eliminate all their own debt and begin making calculated investment decisions. He discovered he had “a passion for finances and assisting others in discovering freedom” and eventually left the family business to set out on his own path. When first introduced to the Infinite Banking concept, he says “It just made sense. What I was doing and showing others to do worked, but this was way easier and had huge additional benefits.” He joined Paradigm Life early in 2013 and hasn’t looked back. Noah has incorporated the Infinite Banking strategy in two very successful businesses he and his wife own. They also use it consistently to acquire real estate and other investments.

Noah married his sweetheart Holly in 1997 and they have 4 wonderful children. At the age of 37, Noah was diagnosed with leukemia. This was a whole new set of challenges for the family to overcome. Having a bone marrow transplant in 2014 and the subsequent recovery, he has a new perspective on life and what’s truly important. Thankfully they were able to lean on their life insurance policies during that time to bridge the financial gap left from Noah being off work for nearly a year.

Noah has since written an inspiring book called “Finding the Light”, detailing his harrowing experience of overcoming cancer and his brush with death.

Top Financial Books

  • Increase Your Financial IQ
    Robert T. Kiyosaki
  • The E-myth
    Michael Gerber
  • The Big Leap
    Gay Hendricks

Favorite Quotes

Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start.
Nido Qubein
Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.