28 Burst results for "Chris Hogan"

"chris hogan" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Is to help as many people as possible avoid financial traps and set their families up for the future. His book retire inspired. It's not an age. It's a financial number is number one national bestseller. And the chris hogan show is millions of downloads. Chris's also a regular contributor to the entreleadership podcast atop podcast on business leadership. He is also the author of everyday millionaires. How ordinary people build extraordinary wealth. And how you can to chris so glad to welcome you to the show. Well thank you dave. It's a pleasure to be with you with so much around money and wealth. I know there's a lot of nuts and bolts things we can do. And we're gonna get into that but there's also a lot of psychology around this and it and it requires sometimes to unlearn some of the assumptions. We've had and i'm curious for you having now been in a place where you advise so many. What's one myth that you had about money as a kid. Or maybe even a young adult that you've had to unlearn over these years That's a great question. I think i. I grew up believing in order to have wealth. You had to be born into it. Meaning that it was something that had to be left to you or you had to be a pro athlete or entertainer in order to get to that level. What's different about what you think now on that well. I know that it was completely false. I mean it's one of those where you said it right where there are some things that we have to unlearn or relearn and really getting an opportunity to interact with pro athletes entertainers and some people that did inherit. I've met many more people that have built wealth on their own as opposed to people that fell into those categories. And so seeing it now and haven't done the largest study of millionare's it's ever been done. We talked over ten thousand. I now know the truth and know what's possible for people regardless of where they are. I wanna ask you about that study because it is fascinating. Some of the data that came out of this. Who did you look at in this huge study. It's the biggest one ever done like you said you know. Of course we started with millionaire next door. That book was very influential in my life in the nineties and looking at it and digging in they studied around eight hundred people and so proving to move in this direction and really wanting to know. What's possible and what's going on..

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"chris hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"And so I've got a lot of good friends. So constantly have a lot of stories. I love to laugh. I love to have a good time. So between working here and those three boys, I got a lot of content. Do you have a do you have any that you'll be able to share with us today? Well as a hilarious, you know, they their newest thing is they want me to go skydiving and I know which is a scary thought you all I I obey the law office is a law when your Mazda eyes as a former football player, you know, you're supposed to stay on the ground and so they're jokes about dad being scared or dads are chicken. I know I'm not a chicken. I'm smart. I'm going home. On the ground and so once they if they want to go do it I will take them and I'll go up in the airplane and cheer them on but that's been the latest thing the sky diving thing is hilarious. I went skydiving it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience you ever do it again Scott once-in-a-lifetime? No, I live near skydiving place and it's fun to watch them. But I stay on the ground. Yes, ma'am. We were we got we share things in common. It's got some crazy person. Yeah the crazy one. Okay, Chris. I know people already know the answer of this question, but where can people find out more about you. Yeah to find out more about me and my show and both books retire inspired and everyday millionaires. Just go to Chris Hogan 360 Cam chrishogan360.com and you can find it all off and we will link to all of that in the show notes Here at biggerpockets.com 148 as well. This is fabulous Chris. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you very much. Sweet. Okay, you two. We appreciate you bye-bye. Okay, Scott. That was Chris Hogan went to think. I thought it was a great a great episode. I really learned a lot from him and his voice is so incredible. Yeah. I always I always remember it with a jolt about how Ya Wish I Could sound like that. Um, am I I learned a lot from him because I'm not interacting with Dave Ramsey content or Chris Hogan content on an everyday basis. Sometimes I forget about the the why behind a lot of their rationale around no debt around, you know, the baby steps and those types of things and when you hear it from them, it's just such a powerful concept and powerful and simple and and again you said in the intro the the results that this this program has produced speak for themselves in a lot of ways. So I I always admire the dog Dave Ramsey Network including Chris Hogan and and and all the other the other wonderful hosts to have over there and have learned a lot from their books and their podcasts and was grateful to have a chance to learn from Chris today off. I was super excited to talk to him. He keeps saying things like yep, I agree with that. I agree with that. I agree with that. I really don't have much to add to his show because it was so good. He chooses not to have debt and if you don't want debt either this show is absolutely reaffirming to you that you don't have to have debt in your life and you can still become financially independent. You can still retire early if you choose you could still do all those things without having any debt, even you weren't well, well, he didn't specifically say this I am encouraged that maybe the idea of house hacking could work under the Dave Ramsey and Chris Hogan model. Maybe it's just a matter of putting 10 20% down and a 15 year mortgage wage. Or two house hack your way or or dramatically accelerate your journey to financial Independence because you're allowing.

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"chris hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"All it does is take so I advise people let's get on a shorter-term. Let's pay this thing off the people I'm talking to on the Chris Hogan show me. I've heard some a few people say we they paid theirs off in twelve years or thirteen less than I want you to chase him down your dreams. So do the math figure out your plan. And as I tell people if you're married off, I want you and your spouse to be in agreement. It didn't matter what I say. I want you guys to be in agreement and have a plan. I'm just telling people what I've gone what I've seen and what works what does Financial Freedom look like in for a millionaire kind of meets a lot of his criteria. Is it a paid off House well-funded Retirement accounts a three to six months emergency reserve and where does the maybe passive income come from the one who wants to retire at fifty fifty-five with this this debt-free scenario that you're describing? Yeah. Well, you know passive income you have options with that right? Like obviously people think through and off. I think about businesses that they're looking to start or you know options there which I think is a great opportunity. I I think you know one of my other things that I I'm I'm kind of disagree wage are moving on. Is that a it's a they talk about using credit cards some of the things that have read but it's all a matter of leaving the job. Like you're you're trying to leave and I want people to know no no, I want you to retire your dreams retired towards things you enjoy go volunteer go Mentor go spend time at a retirement home and walk around and hang out with some of the people in there. You'll hear some awesome stories wage. So passive income is an option. But again, you know me, I'm the anti debt got so as I do that even though it might be passive income. It's going to come from saved money. That's how I started the business. And so I think it's really smart to think. But again you guys we gotta be aware. There are so many Shady people out there and so many Shady schemes that we have to always be on guard like don't even get me started wage. Cryptocurrency thing I talk about it in the book. Right like you you're going to give a dollar amount to this thing. I can't touch it's code. You know, I'm like really I touch Benjamin's right? I fold them. I put them in my pass code in my pocket. But anyway, I digress but I think it's one of those understanding what you want understanding your risk tolerance, but then being aware of hey, is this a hobby or or a business? Right? My friend Christy, right? She teaches women how to start businesses and business Boutique and she goes if it's a hobby it's just something you enjoy if it's a business this thing starts to bring in some money off. So I think even though we're striving for passive income. We've got to understand what it is. I can't make money. How much can it make and when will it start making it would you have any credit creative examples from some of the page as you studied that are in ways that they're able to do that without any debt whatsoever or a lot of them saved up like there was one guy out of Kansas. He and his wife over the years over a fifteen-year. Yep. Bob close to 3,000 acres of land right in Kansas. They were hyper intentional..

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"chris hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"Chris Hogan from the Chris Hogan show Welcome to the BiggerPockets money podcast. I'm so excited to have you today. Well, thank you. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be with you all we have actually met before I'm sure you remember we were at them come together with two thousand other people so I know I'm sure you remember. So Chris you have a song called everyday millionaires where you conducted a study of over ten thousand millionaires to figure out how they became a millionaire and what I really identified with in this book is that it isn't winning the lottery or getting generational wealth, you know, inheriting your money. It's making it yourself doing it yourself investing it yourself and growing it yourself. How does a baby start when they have come from a place where they don't know anything about money. Hm, you know, that's a great question and I think the first thing you have to do the start point is to believe wage. It's possible for you and I say that because when if you don't believe you can you won't and so the mindset around it and understanding the reason we did the largest study wage. There's ever done before was to really break down a lot of myths to be able to help people see it and understand it so they can then choose to believe that they can then the next step is grow your knowledge about money. How does this stuff work? What are the things you need to do? And then the third aspect of it is taking action and so really just sum it all up in one word having someone start intention a very intentionally. Yes. I love that. I love that one of the big questions that we get a lot from people who listen to the show is that they listen but their spouse off their board, but their spouse is not how are you get somebody on board who feel I mean the whole thing about, you know, we have to fix our finances we have to get out of debt that when I am not ready wage. Hear that that tells me I have to cut out everything that's enjoyable in my life. I have to stop doing anything fun and just buckle down and have a horrible horrible life and it's just not true. I think the wrong place to start as I'd advise people in start from.

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"chris hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"I am super excited for today's guest. It is Chris Hogan the Chris Hogan from the Chris Hogan show from the Dave Ramsey show from the book everyday Millionaires and I am so excited to talk to him very excited to interview Chris Hogan today. Chris has a very tight-knit and well-thought-out robust philosophy around Building Wealth, you're going to be familiar with some parts of it. If you're familiar with Dave Ramsey at all, and look I know that there's a little bit of controversy within the fire Community about whether he does some of the the debt-free approaches that are espoused by the Dave Ramsey Community and Chris Hogan, but I think frankly that if you're not willing to listen and learn thousand these guys very thorough well-designed. Well thought-out philosophy around wealth-building and finance that you're missing out and I think it's an absolute privilege to have Chris here today and learn from him a, New Jersey. I admire the the results of their program that they've achieved for so many millions of people you really can't argue with their results. And like I say every episode personal finances personal faith. This is an example of living your financial life without any debt. Here's how to get out of debt. Here's how to start building wealth. And you know, like I said before a personal finance is personal and this is his personal take he does not like debt. There are a lot of people listening who also don't like debt frankly. I don't like a Cadet. I don't love that. I have a mortgage but I choose to have a mortgage so that I can use though that money in a different way because like you says a little bit later in the show money is a tool I use the tool in a different way that he does. It doesn't mean my Approach is less valid than his it doesn't mean that his approach is less valid than mine. They're just different.

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Learning with our Kids through Digital Play with OK Play App Co-founders Chris Ovitz and Dr. Colleen Russo Johnson

SuperMamas

07:53 min | 1 year ago

Learning with our Kids through Digital Play with OK Play App Co-founders Chris Ovitz and Dr. Colleen Russo Johnson

"Hi I'm probably next high embraced. The I'd were sisters, Fred Solders, wives, and business. And we're just falling three. We know. To be a better version of herself every day. All right and we're also. Welcomes. Sisterhood. Hi Emma what's up everybody? How are you? Do everybody I'm great. How are you? Yourself. Do I wanNA, introduce myself. Yes I do. Hi everybody. My name is Lena. I, am Bruce's sister. And I am a mom of three girls nine, six and three year old right now, and we're just trying to survive. who at you on the other side of the Mike. I am also your sister Duh. I am but he Lopez mother of two of a three month old and a fighter old little boy and my little girl who was just born three months ago. Just trying to be me being you know the best near can be embracing be. Husband. I had to have a high note shuttle the has. To the husband's Yeah I mean, we're just assist in women trying to be better rational results every day. If you're new to the show. Welcome to the Super Sisterhood, and if you are og longtime listener Sept- ladies, we love you. Also. Don't forget to follow us on our Social Media Instagram and twitter at underscore. So but Romance Facebook, Super Roma's podcasts, and on the Web Superman dot com, you can check out or previous episodes newsletter subscription newsletter all the articles that we have just check it out to romance dot COM If you WANNA, send us a note you can do it by sending us an email at hello at superman dot com or you can call us at four to four, three, two, six, three, seven, seven. End At the end of the show, we have our favorite favorite segment, the pick or tip of the week. So stay tuned for that. And my favorite segment mind theory subject to subject segment not subject my second subject to subject to name to. who do we have on the show this week? Today on the show this week we have two great very smart in a in a high achievers I would say On the today we have Chris over to is a president of the company called. Okay play. It's an APP that I started using that will come very much in handy these days of virtual learning. So again, we have Chris Hogan, who was President a dad on for your boy and Dr Colleen, Russo Johnson. PhD, and she is a chief scientists and Mama up two toddlers for for the okay company in the okay play APP, which is a little bit about Chris who is again the CO founder and President He is just a serial entrepreneur I mean like his bio I can go on and on and on. Angel investor he's invested in companies like beyond me and block renovation. When he is a member of terrorists next establishment list and graduated from Ucla with the history by just like a serial entrepreneur and Dr Combing Russo she is again hundred scientists in she is a de mental psychologist with expertise in children's media and technology who serves as an adjunct professor at Ryerson University in codger rector of Ryerson's children medialab She is a senior scholar for silly center for scholars and storytellers and the CO author bestselling Children's Book Dino Dana Dana Field Guide again she is like the. Best person to talk about what's happening right now with virtual learning and what did we talk about Alina? Love. This episode I love the APP. I think it will. It's first of all they launched this. This APP during the during a pandemic, which is in of itself. Amazing we talk about emotional learning. We talk also about how to choose right even a good app for your kids and what makes this APP different which is again, the emotion social emotional learning and. How these actually involves the parent lonely the children and how it translates from the APP in the device to outdoor play to more than play and I, love how they came up with the name any. To play with the kids. So we talk about that. We talk about perspective of screen time. What's good what's not good you know what what to do right now with the kids and how this APP has helped our families as well in many other families. So I'm excited for for this episode end for the APP. Awesome. So but before we get into that base, yeah, what's up with you? What's going on what's up with me? You know. With me like every day seems to be the same thing. I'm just trying to gain for routine with were in. You know just having a Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday schedule Northern, I actually took up a new wouldn't say my. was is that a hobby is. Added something we were routine which I really like he's in writing letters to his friends. Then he would aches and we're going to the post office like every other day I try not to do it every day, but he wants to go every day. here's a couple of letters and heap envelope and puts his postage stamp, and then just you know we go to the office in everything. That's pretty cool. That's kind of like the new thing we're doing here I bought him some stationary. We should be coming next week, which I'm so excited Abou-, he has going to have his own stationary. And the customized initials yes. It has his name I got I couldn't decide I couldn't decide on witch on which science. So I got him to design. I'm very site for people to receive a customer stationary and the baby. She's she's just living her best cuter every day Chubbier every day or she's those beautiful three months old like chummy legs and Chevy she eats them. As she started to mile a lot more and talk a lot more and. She's being like the Pistons such a great baby you know I can't really complain about her. She's awesome. Obviously still not sleep through the night actually migrated her bedroom I don't know if I share that already. Oh. Yes. She's been living. She's living in her bedroom for the past two weeks already. Like I actually moved into her bedroom before to turn three months. And she's been doing well, she's only waking up once usually runs for now. I, mean I'm just hoping that like continues

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I Owe $94,000 to the IRS!

Ramsey Call of the Day

04:58 min | 2 years ago

I Owe $94,000 to the IRS!

"Joining me today Ramsey personality Chris Hogan. Caesar's in Chicago Hi how are you? Hey how you doing? How can we help? Okay little nervous here. first time caller first time listener. I. Last summer started listening to you. Laugh. Until far about a month ago emotionally on one hundred, thirty thousand dollars in depth, which is on ninety, four, thousand dollars. Irs I'm trying to do what I tend to To figure what's the best way to tackle this Most of most of the other stuff is car Karleena and credit card that I just weren't to Carmax this weekend and sold a vehicle which has some positive equity. Our sixty, five, hundred I. Don't know what to do with this money at this point. What in the world? How do you owe the IRS ninety four thousand? Salamanders Twenty fifteen twenty, sixteen business, you know I, I, started a business with my wife I pretty much try to manage the business myself. You know everything myself and I kinda school things up and didn't help that I had a bad accounting I concert the irs this to be issue I. If we have to file a ten forty x forum I'll try a man does taxes you know put this is in process I mean I still have to making some kind of panic because I'm getting some letters on a male as far as. Stop stuff. So you're saying that the returns were filed improperly and you may not actually Oh this money when you follow amended returns. Exactly. Okay. But if you you have, you have some money you said you had six thousand dollars from sale your car. Yes. Sixty, sixty, five now. And current him baby step two so I might stop just. You're going to spend some money right now on a tax attorney. Or a tax professional, that is a stud of some kind and If it costs you six thousand dollars, it won't. But if it costs you two thousand dollars, this is job one right now. Is You can you can take your hundred and thirty thousand and wipe out ninety four or a big portion of ninety four with some simple proper filing you don't do that yourself. That's how you got here. You go get a tax pro check Daveramsey DOT COM and click on our taxi LP's if there's not one in your area start shopping around talk to some business guys that are that are competent business people in your area ask them for advice on who a good tax attorney or a tax pro Israel and let them dig in. I I don't you don't need to do anything. You don't worry about me staff. No this is job one I R. S. Yes. Job One that's what you're doing and and Caesar make area focused. Don't come up with excuses. Pick up the phone call set up a time to go sit down, gather up, find out all the documentary going to eat 'cause you're going to have to do legwork here but trust me if worth it because it's dealing with irs. Yeah you. Sure you're a good tax professional can tell you if you need to get on an installment plan and. We need to do to get the barking dogs off your heel while you get this stuff filed. But Dude, you don't thirty seconds you get this stuff filed. Now this is an overdue time paper. and. You've. You know this is killing you and these people have unlimited freaking power. It is unbelievable what they can do to your life if they choose to cy I really really really want them To Go away. Yes I want you get the paperwork done and you don't have anything that's more important in your life for the next two of then get all of this filed as soon as possible. Don't don't drag it out three months. Don't drag it out two months file the stuff get with somebody get the work done. Yeah. You State you get you a cup of coffee and work into the work into the we hours of the morning at this done. What. You do because here's the reality some tweaking and the proper filings again has the ability to wipe some of this out. This is a this is a huge opportunity. Sounds like a good portion of it. Impugned it on him because he didn't do proper filing and they guest that's right in the irs never guesses low. It's a rule of theirs. It's written somewhere in a book I'm sure. Oh God. Penalties on this stuff and it all goes away with properly amended filing or large portion of it does. Get that the stuff you should have been working on all these long time ago. Yes. That's out of the way. Down to just forty thousand dollars a dad now go. That's right.

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Are You Letting Past Mistakes Control Your Future?

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

05:18 min | 2 years ago

Are You Letting Past Mistakes Control Your Future?

"While I'm glad to be back with you. We have got a fantastic show lined up I am biased of course, but we've got some questions lined up callers that are ready to ask what's on their mind, and at the same time we're going to bring. Bring, you information to help you jump start and get moving forward. That's the goal. No one wants to be stuck. No one wants to standstill. We know that progress is down the road, and so that's where we have to get. GOIN'. And sometimes we can get stuck. Sometimes, we can have our wheel spinning, and now this is the time for us to get traction and to be able to move forward, and so I appreciate all of you for tuning in and also for. For sitting in questions and calling in without, you don't have a show, but I want you to know as I. Start this show. Understand that progress is available. Now it's not always comfortable and it's not always easy, but it is available, and so what we have to do is to make daily decisions to move forward and whether we've got a push pull or drag, I can remember car ads back in the day that said that they were take your trade in, you should put you. You could push polar drag anything in and they would give you a trade I wanted to test that I really did I wanted to find something and literally just come dragging down the road a just a a Pinto like rusted out right and just pull it up there and see what happens. But you know what sometimes what we have to do is pull ourselves and often times in order to get traction, you gotta hook onto something a little more stable and stronger than you. Now that might be in your faith for you to kind of latch on and go you know what I need some encouragement and I need some motivation or it might be latching onto a friend or mentor somebody that can help pull you forward a little bit. 'cause. We all need the encouragement. We all need the nudge and we all won't progress. VIP's I'm excited that you're here and here's the deal. We ask you. If you run across articles to send US something in. You know I love to start to show off that way, and if you bump something that the US as the Ip we need to know I want. Want to email me ask at Chris Hogan three, sixty dot com, or if you happen to bump into something that might get my hair standing up. Well, guess what Shan, out of Indiana did just that Sean. I. Appreciate you because if I wouldn't wide awake, I am now you bumped into some stupid and you called it out and you send it to me and I'm grateful for you. I, really am This is something that is on my brain. It is something that I bumped into as a financial coach. It is something that is holding a lot of people back and also standing in way of them chasing down dreams. The title of this article is how to find a private student loan cosigner. Oh. VIP's you already know where this is about to go. Don't you? Yep. Because the word cosigner stands for handcuffs. That's what that means is from Fox business and again I. WanNa. Thank Sean from Indiana, one of your peace were sending in this article This article is all about how to find a private student loan cosigner. So in other words, let me put this through the Hogan translator. How you can convince somebody to take on massive debt along with you for the debt joyride. Guy Yeah because you didn't qualify for it on your own. So you had to get somebody did and so y'all y'all sign up for it. This is a terrible idea. unlike federal loans private. Student loans. Require credit check. And because many young people don't have credit establish and I wish I. could keep them protected in that way, but I can't. They end up needing someone with a strong credit score to be able to cosign along with him. In fact, this article notes that ninety two percent. Ninety two percent which put that through the Hogan translator all. Of private loans are co-signed. Almost, all of them. Having a cosigner can help borrows qualify for a better interest rate supposedly most cosigners unfortunately, our parents. What can also be grandparents. Or. Aunts. Uncles. Or sibling or even close friend I've seen that happen before. So this article gives all kinds of tips on how to do these three crazy things, how to find the right person Cochon alone, how to boost your credit score. And then how find a lender that doesn't do a credit check now that one is is a positive. but the credit check. Right. But again, we're not doing the cosigner thing matter. Of fact, I. Don't want you going down the route of debt at all, but we're not gonNA talk about these tips because we're not gonNA, make time for stupid. Let me be clear when you take when you cosign alone, you are taking full responsibility for that loan. Let me say that again when you cosign, you're taking full responsibility. Now, it sounds weird because co sign means we're doing this together. We're both coming into this venture, right, but it's not a venture. It's a terrible

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Deep Dive on Dave Ramsey's Investment Advice! (Financial Advisors React)

The Money Guy Show

05:49 min | 2 years ago

Deep Dive on Dave Ramsey's Investment Advice! (Financial Advisors React)

"Yeah Brian. So this what is going to be kind of interesting? We sort of asked the audience out there. Hey, you know we've talked about Dave's investment advice in the past. Would you be interested if we did a bit of a deeper dive? What are some things that are good where some things that maybe aren't so good what's our take on it and there? Was a resounding yes. From the audits that they wanted to hear it. So here we are to share our thoughts I feel like we need to lay out some ground rules though I mean we do live in Franklin Tennessee and we're kind of in the backyard of the big dog himself Dave Ramsey, and here's the thing you can't live in our parts and not have. Neighbors, people you go to church with you know there's a lot of you know of Ramsey solutions that are all in the community, and by the way if you were here thinking you see a show were Ramsey solutions are Dave Ramsey is trashed. You're in the wrong place. We have tremendous respect for Dave and I think if you even as we poke holes in some things that I think Dave is going to astray on and you can improve upon there is no doubt that Dave has done more good to the financial world than anything else if we just wanted to kind of look at some of this quick accomplishments, he has over fourteen million listeners to his weekly radio show he sold over eleven million bucks. He has this says, this is from the website over eight hundred team members I know that just because some friends whether it's like nine hundred and fifty employees think about like how many lives is impact in this? Is just absolutely remarkable more than five million folks have gone through financial peace. University. So if you do this exercise awhile backbone I can't remember you saw speaker somebody in you named out some big brands you'd come up with one word to describe them, and so if you throw out Ramsey solutions, what's the one word that that comes up in my mind? It's debt. Think Dave there is nobody that gets you out of debt better than Dave Ramsey. So what I'm trying to figure out those we know Dave, does so much good with getting people out of debt he talks about the eighty percent that's behavior that yet twenty percent that's in your head. What does that mean towards investments because is, is there space to know that there may be some additional things that you ought to consider? Yeah. So one of the things that I think is amazing I will have a family members or relatives who I tell them all the time about, hey, here are the things that you want to do to like get a credit card debt or pay this off in no matter what. I say how communicate somehow it doesn't doesn't sit with them but in all of the sudden church offers like financial peace university, go through it and they come tell me how you will believe what I just learn their own far for the concept. I've been telling you this for like months and years but what ends up happening is they kind of get through that interational and they do say okay now I'm ready to. Start Building Wealth, and this is what Dave said about investing, and that's where I always have to kind of say. Oh, well, maybe that's not exactly perfect. So let's I. Want to go a little deeper because Dave does talk about the eighty percent. This behavior twenty percents head space will there's also I think it goes beyond that is that we know that the lion's share of Americans struggle with basic things what I consider. Commonsense of they can't get out of debt. They don't have the disciplined understand it, and we've often said there is and you just mentioned it. There will come a graduation or a jump off point where you need to go beyond common. That's right. So I, think that's where we fit in. We are not the eighty percent or the portion of the public that struggles with basic behavioral stuff we know that our audience are maximized. Money Masters we know that if this doesn't hit you, it's just you're not there yet we are focusing on the twenty percent that wants to make sure every dollar in your army of dollars has a purpose and knows what they're doing and you WANNA maximize it. So that's what we're going to focus on, and that's what we're going to look at it through that lens to see how does Dave's investment strategies? How do they fit in what we know is financial advisers about wealth creation. So if we're GONNA talk about areas where possible he misses it a pasta hits at one of the questions you might be asking what is Dave Ramsey's investment advice so we actually went. Out to Ramsey solutions and I think this is on Chris Hogan's website, and he basically lays out how to diversify your portfolio. If you're structuring investment portfolio, Dave likes using mutual funds, he likes using active mutual funds and he thinks that an investment strategy should look something like this twenty, five percent and international twenty, five percent growth and income twenty five percent aggressive growth in twenty-five percent and growth that certainly sounds easy. Doesn't sound like that's a hard thing to put together. Well, it sounds very broad and it sounds very growth oriented but I do like I think this is something that got fine tuned Chris came in as part of Ramsey solutions is he goes a step further. Tells you what are those broad descriptions like aggressive growth growth and income? Is there a large cap mid category international? So what's what's the deeper dive on that? So if you look at the details growth and income, these are the big companies is the ones that have a market cap of ten billion. Well, if you were to ask us the money got show rebound wealth what that is that's really large-cap. Holdings large cap US companies well, then they said there's this growth asset class naturally tends to be companies that are somewhere between two billion to ten billion dollars. Well, we would just call those mid sized or mid cap companies, and then there's this aggressive growth high risk high returns. These are companies that are smaller they're less than two billion. So we just call that small-cap now, all three of these are us. US large cap us mid cap small cap, and then lastly there's this international bucket companies that are outside of the United

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6 Drivers of Business Success with Chris Hogan

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

6 Drivers of Business Success with Chris Hogan

"Believe that winning leaders and businesses focus. Focus on six drivers, personal purpose people plan product and profit and today to talk about all of these six drivers is Ramsey personality. Chris Hogan this guy is a professional on the entree leadership playbook, but as Chris will share, it's not enough just to grow in one of these drivers or grow in some of these drivers. You have to grow in all of them. I think it's like any kind of wheel on a vehicle that you drive. If you've got a flat spot that flat spots going to affect the other wheels, prime example Alex. I'll tell myself when I first started driving I didn't know you were supposed to rotate tires. okay I didn't so guess what I did. I drove until the tires were battle right, and so I got new tires. The mechanic guy told me hey. You're going to need to come into. Rotate the tires and I was like what are you talking about? About he goes for even where if you don't rotate them, then you get bad spots on the inside. If you rotate the tires, you evenly wear things and I think that evenness is imperative for leaders. We all have areas we struggle, and we have areas that don't come natural, and the tendency is is to avoid those other ones and just stay where you're strong. Well, that's not effective. That's Ok for survival, but not for thriving and as a business owner and a leader. You Got People counting on you right, and so it's. It's imperative that your your best self I love that you say people are counting on you because that takes this from going not just an opportunity to grow in these areas, but it sounds like you're saying it's a responsibility. Listen to me I'll take it a step further. I think it's an obligation and you look at opportunity, and I like to use that word because you look at opportunities, say I could do this, and it could lead to some things, but with an obligation you gotta do it. Why because people are counting? Counting on you and I don't want to discredit I'm a I'm an entrepreneur and business owner at heart. The business owner is more apt to forget about themselves. They're more apt to focus on their customers and their team, but they'll put themselves last and now from a mentality. I think that's a good Lynn's, but you have to remember. You've got a family as an owner and a leader to take care of and so it's imperative for you to make sure that you're going know I've got fit into this equation as well. So we listed out the six drivers of great business and great leadership, and we're going to be walking through those today. It's personal purpose people plan product and Prophet what would be the encouragement? You would give people or the challenge you would give people before we walk through these depth as to how they should evaluate themselves and their leadership, I think the most important thing is to be open came like I. Want you to be honest. Like I've got Hogan's triple a process right and it's one of the things I use as I work with people. I want you to suggest where you are I. Want you to acknowledge what could be improved than I. Want you to activate a plan. Plan of action, so assess acknowledged activate and I tell leaders this because I want you to be real with yourself. We can lie to ourselves. Alex, okay now listen. You're runner. Yes, cap seeing you running around out there. I drive cars. You Run all right. We're different, but I'm GonNa tell you as a person that runs. You know if you're trying to go for your PR writer. Personal records sir, one of the things you do. Is You understand what you've done in the past? What needs to be improved right so you can hit your goal exactly, and it's important I think the same is set for leaders I. Think what you have to do is acknowledge. Hey, I know my. My strengths I know some places where I struggle. Now what I WANNA do is I. Look down these areas. I want to be open and honest about where I am so I can be clear about where I'm going and if they do that, you've got a great opportunity to make some changes you said be clear about where you're going, and it seems like so often. People don't have the resiliency to put up with the struggle now because they don't have that clarity of vision. Can you teach us a little bit on how we go about defining that clarity of where we're? I think it's one of our key principles. Heared entreleadership in its. Don't lead alone like you can't go. Go into this by yourself. If you do then you are subject to your own thoughts, and you're limited by your own potential so going into it alone. You're captive reaching out. That's why we have these mastermind groups and all access. That's why encourage people talk to someone that's been through some battles that have seen some things you have it, so you can listen to them, and you'll honestly take their

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"chris hogan" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Rooms you personality Chris Hogan number one best selling author so Hey but joins us from Canada our first caller of the hour Hey so Hey what's up they didn't Chris are you better than we deserve how can we help so I did question I know you recommend between eight thirty six month emergency fund and I was wondering if you'd be able to help me put a dollar amount on what my emergency fund should be okay well talk to us what what's your household income right now so I'm a student right now I'm twenty one years old and I'm taking a year off school right now during the internship okay so this one with my fluctuating income what should I set my thing to be so I in the next year that I'm taking out the projected income of about ninety five thousand but I'm just wondering since I'm gonna be going back to school for another year does that affect how much I make my emergency fund okay so you're gonna make ninety five thousand in this internship while you're out of school that's correct okay and where are you going to be living I'm gonna be moving away our project your trip okay and so we do need to looking calculate work were you gonna be renting the rent while you're there and then your general life expenses so I would tell you hop over to look at every dollar dot com but the best budgeting tool on the planet and even though you don't know exactly where you're going to be live and you can start the ball park some expenses to get an idea of how much you're going to be spending or needing to spend each and every month I would say as a student you know your salary is going to be this ninety five thousand over that internship so to three months of an emergency fund should be more than enough the three to six months of expenses shall calculate your expenses times three or six that's a standard emergency fund and that's assuming you're out of debt and you have the money to finish school do you it should after the internship should have enough money okay are you out of debt yeah I'm not a technician okay very good all right so you that would push it a baby step three then which is three to six months of expenses and I want you to save that and which is safe enough to finish school and those are really really your major priority search you know just what you what you think your expenses are going to be a month so I so what you want on every dollar an hour or two to unplug my expenses so expect in a month would print everything I'd probably be around a thousand like twelve hundred dollars a month because I want to try and save as much as possible in this emergency fund and build it up okay but I mean you're gonna you're gonna eat highlights in water and rent for a thousand Bucks a month in the about twelve hundred is what I expect to something is awfully cheap here that sounds very low do you have like eight roommates or how who you're living with hi I am living with a bunch of respect okay all right all right okay let's just round up to two thousand given that you're dealing with ninety five grand okay so if we round up to two thousand three times that I would obviously be six six times that would obviously be twelve so six to twelve thousand be the range I would look at you know in your situation somewhere in there if you have ten grand sitting there plus enough to finish school you we call that a touchdown in your situation and that's a decent internship too by the way I think ninety five grand I mean I don't I never saw him didn't didn't have that when I was working Diane is in Massachusetts thank you and are you are you better than I deserve how can we help well my hardware got injured while they're grocery shopping last August and she has allowed a large settlement coming to her twenty three year occupation she's currently for your money's gonna hit my bank holiday minimum eighteen when she can use her courage ideally or whatever she feels to do with that at that time me personally I am still working on the new trucks here I'm like I don't even know where to put their money or allow it to grow healthy well assuming the court allows you to what I would do with money for investment for a child in this situation is I would invest it in good mutual funds I don't know that the court will allow you to do that sometimes they they have a lot of controls over a settlement I would not I would try to get a lump sum settlement assuming you keep your hands off of it but obviously sitting in the bank it's gonna have a horrible rate of return for eighteen years it's gonna become worth less and less every year because you're not going to even earn as much interest as you do as the rate of inflation is and so I would rather you have the money invested but I'm not you know how how much power the court is going to exert over you they want to make sure the child is taking care of and sometimes they get rather stupid in the process of that do you have any guidelines yet from your attorney as to how that how much structure they're going to put on this it's my understanding that I just have to sign this is where it's going as of right now okay the initial form Diane what is the range of dollar amount you're talking about the settlement between twenty and thirty okay twenty thirty thousand okay what happened to the child we were in a grocery store number to call shall stone her directly in the because she would have month long concussions home sorry well she fully recovered them she's doing now we have a couple more politic knowledgeable but it is rare that a three year old does concede a sports medicine clinic for a concussion and a carton of children and family services have plenty of fun with that but no one as if it was your fault yeah one I have actually spoken before date I had a half a billion dollars a medical doctor had a jury myself how many goodness even though it was amazing wow but Dave you're right you know getting that money being able to invest that's going to be a better much better option for your daughter in the long haul smart blister pro will be able to guide you with that but again if you have the freedom to be able to do that that's that's the way to go I do know when we work with people Dave who are getting life insurance settlements or excuse me payouts we to advise people to park that somewhere in the money market account just allow yourself to brief for thirty six months as you make decisions what you gonna do going forward you know if there's a grief situation at all with this one I'm simply going to invest the money right if again if the court allows it sharp yeah I'm with Chris I would just click smart Vester at smart Vester at a Dave Ramsey dot com it'll drop down a list of the four Mister pros near area yeah you sit down and talk to them with a Harvard teacher they will advise you and they may even in the court in the case that the court makes it a super conservative investment they maybe will even help you with that structure rather than simply putting it into a CD as certificate of depression so this Dave Ramsey dot com slash mark Bester for those of you trying to figure out what their Houston which fetched amulets check on that for you to stimulate your investing this is the Dave Ramsey show you know most.

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"chris hogan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Chris Hogan if you want a reminder text the word virtual virtual two thirty three seven eight nine virtual to thirty three seven eighty nine okay and these are events that we have done for years and years ago I called them total money makeover events and then we call them something else and then finally we just change them to financial peace live because we go through the seven baby steps of course in the financial piece itself but these events are you participate in these kinds of things that we've done around here the the shoots a lot of answers there are a lot of fun and Chris Hogan is a world class communicator he is so fun to listen to you so good at it I had the privilege to host probably thirty forty these events the in the environment is so infectious you'll feel this even watching this on Thursday night because you said it was so well shot by our crew the venue you increases energy is off the charts the content you know I can tell you it is made for TV it really is and it's going to be wonderful I will tell you there's something about watching a live event where the speakers and the audience are all aligned the audience knows why they're there they know what they want David Chris know what they're teaching why they're teaching it it's going to be great I I'm really excited about it I've seen some of the footage again I got the host about thirty of these events it's electric it really is you and Chris both bring the passion the humor and the practical steps that will put you in a place where you will never ever again be susceptible to a disruption like this financial peace live virtual event going to the baby steps Thursday the twenty third seven PM central eight PM eastern text the word virtual two thirty three seven eighty nine share it's free Shannon is in Virginia hi Shannon welcome to the Ramsey show hi Karen thank you so much for taking my call thank you for all you do I really appreciate that thanks to my question thank you so my question for you is I'm actually a nurse practitioner I work in the ER I work in the yard that is not an appropriate hot spot in fact we actually then date only affected by cold it R. E. our volumes have decreased by about forty to fifty percent my hours for the month of April have been slashed by about a third actually an article received about two days ago that stated my position group I work for maybe declaring bankruptcy for years to come yes the cooking part bites on how to prepare for the certainty and help you don't handle that aren't you going forward in the future of this all the compelling time well first thing I would tell you to focus on what you can be certain of you're not a hundred percent certain I don't know which percentage of certainty is on a story like that as to whether or not it's actually going to happen if it does happen you know what that timeline would look like so you do there's a lot you can't be certain of here's what you can be certain of that you are very qualified in in many different ways in the health industry and so the so what I would start doing is looking right now I mean immediately where would you go if they gave you that news today what would you do what would need to be necessary what would need to be true for you to get yourself in a position from a connection standpoint using the proximity principle says get around people who are doing what you do in places where it's happening using that web of connections that you already have I'd begin identifying multiple landing places if this were to happen today so that's going to ease a lot of the anxiety that's natural with facing an unknown Shannon if you had found two jobs three jobs that we're hiring in the nursing field and there was a high probability you would land one of those and everyone of them meant you got a raise your level of worry about this would've just if apparated yeah correct you're right and that's what that's what can I say and so the the the thing is options and knowledge give you power even if you don't act on them and you stay with this physicians group which is nothing wrong with that by the way if you choose to stay there having the other options validates your career choice validate you as a person somewhat not like you're defined by what you do but it does help to have people say I like you and and it validates the the value of your career choice in the marketplace meaning what they will pay so you if you just go go get you some things that look like they're about to be an offer or they're an offer and then that let you calm down and go well if they do close this thing up not by the way there several types of bankruptcy and if a physician's group files bankruptcy of size then I suspect it will not be a chapter seven it would be a chapter eleven reorganization which means they continue to operate and they will keep some of their crew to continue to operate if they go that direction so you you know if all of this occurs is all a big F. but either way it just never hurts I mean I can't tell you how many times I've talked to friends who went and interviewed for a job and they actually got an offer and it just made them like their current job more and they stayed where they were but they you know you just gave them power Kim she's in my home state of lovely amazing Commonwealth of Virginia and I'm following what's going on there because I have a lot of friends in politics there she and and and hopefully your governor is going to ease some things but the reality is is that there's a certain amount of emergencies and things that haven't stopped happening it and they're going to happen the other thing is is that there are other areas wherever you are or where they may need some health care professionals and making that pivot is not gonna be as difficult as you think it might need to Richard to others in Florida high Richard welcome to the Dave Ramsey show how can we help hello gentlemen thank you for having a monitor you too how can we help all right so my wife and I we met in chiropractic school we got married it halfway through moved to Miami Florida and immediately after graduation open up our own clinic are lucky if you've been going really well well we do a little over two million a year the good thing about the contractor's overhead is pretty low so we're doing okay however my question is I I was always in question I will I'm Christian so in church I have been following financial peace university but I don't really know your principles until recently now during this current buyers that have more time to study but I've been doing the opposite route we've actually been investing in income producing real estate such as.

Chris Hogan
"chris hogan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hello Chris Hogan how are you I'm doing great doing great said to be here at this hour I am excited as well and we're going to take your calls we're gonna dive in to the things that are on your mind so in order for us to do that you need to give us a call the number to call is eight eight eight eight two five five two two five again that's triple eight eight two five five two two five we're here for you and you can find us on social media at Ramsey show also you can find Rachel at Rachel Cruz on social media meet at Chris okay three six the were all over the place on Instagram and Twitter and all the places so centers your questions we'd love to be able to talk with you so Rachel you have been busy yes and and what what what's happened in the Rachel Cruze world right now yeah well we talked yesterday back from maternity leave their first week back and we're kind of hitting the ground running we have lots of events lots of trips lots of travel coming up in March but some exciting stuff the crews were doing yes that live like no one else Cruz I think there's a few cabins left to go to Dave Ramsey dot com for those and that's gonna be a really fun trip those of you in baby steps form beyond to celebrate together as as a community it's gonna all of the rooms personalities we will be there in addition to some other people and that's gonna be a great time and then we go on to the smart conference in Orlando yes and we were like in Florida back to back I think we should just live there I'm not moving you should start off with I will go visit Rachel but listen you mentioned the cruise it's gonna be a great opportunity for people to come out and celebrate because you have to live like no one else has right you've paid the dues and you got yourself in a position gonna come celebrate that's going to be March twenty second through the twenty ninth we will all be on the boat Hey get out I will be walking around with a very large life preserver but we're going to have fun we're gonna celebrate we got a lot of exciting activities you've been on a cruise before absolutely okay you you'll cruise or not cruise people like lettering and this is more comfortable to tell you about this one because this is one of my favorite events Rachel we all have an opportunity to be able to speak date is going to be talking Rachel myself will have doctor make Meeker talking about parenting at the only will be talking about youth and money Kim Coleman will be speaking I mean it's just a lot of fun and it's a family friendly event yes so if you've got teenagers and I mean you know twelve and up you should bring them out and have a day of learning it's fantastic okay here's what we do we take your calls and so we want to hear from you if you've got a question give us a call we're gonna dive on the phone right now we got Levi on the line Levi how are you I'm doing good care of yourself I'm focused and I finished my friend what's your question for ritual or not so I guess my question for you guys thank you for taking my call so meeting my eyes my fiance are currently trying to decide how are looking to see the situation is gonna be after we get married we are trying to decide if we should rent or buy and currently we are we are you quite a bit of data in the sense of she just finished her master's about a year ago and she had about almost a hundred thousand student at right now her student loans are roughly about six hundred dollars a month and I have about three hundred dollars a month in the in a personal loan that I yeah for consolidating my credit card debt so yeah I so we're working to that we're trying to live frugally and look into that office quickly as possible but the problem that we're having with the decision part of this is that it seems the process came to buy a house as it does to rent a house and we're just not sure what she thinks we should grant I think we should buy and we're just trying to decide what the best route would be good for twelve SA I mean Ross on that we we go by when it comes to just finances in general for you guys is keeping everything separate until you get married and then looking to say okay so once we're married again what we do rent or buy it because you guys have so much debts what we teach is you get out of debt first to get a fully funded emergency fund in place because yes where the rent and the mortgage could be the same price and in some cases actually there it might be even a little more expensive the mortgage but not but that's not the entire you know that's not the entire bill because when you look at it owning a home is very expensive when you rent a lot of the responsibilities and things that happen to the home are not on you there on the landlord but for you when the water heater breaks you take care of the the the lawn I mean there's so much home ownership is almost like the cheapest day you have it is the day you sign it you had to buy the home I mean really there's so much money so the amount of risk that goes into owning a home when you have this much that you guys have a ton of debts you're not a good position I mean it's going to stress you guys out and that being a curse rather than a blessing Levi how winter you guys getting married August okay you know names okay so right now you guys individually have your own budget and your work in your own debt snowball is that right correct okay who's more focused on getting out of debt you or her I'd say at it it's it it's her yeah I don't want to do is leave a comment yeah it's a little bit more she then yes you could right he's been doing a really good job well I think you know I like that you guys are talking about this and I would encourage you to get plugged in to go to financial peace university you're going to it is individuals right now because there is no we okay you don't get to speak French at your individuals but looking at this but the mindset of I agree with Rachel the last thing you want to do is compound the financial stress about having a house on top of this renting is not a sin renting allows you time so you can save up and buy a home the right way so get yourselves out of debt get intentional you don't know but you get better really really really really focused get out of debt then build a build up of fully funded emergency fund and then leave I you're going to build what we call what Rachel baby step three B. this is where you're saving up for home down payment so that's the process and you guys can talk about it but it's intentional you want to do it the right way yeah absolutely and I think to Levi for anyone out there but when you're engaged getting married I find that a lot of women and their top financial fears a lack of security to the fact that she's even wanting to rent for a little bit she may say okay yeah I don't want the burden of a house right now because of how unstable they are financially because of how much debts that they have so Levi my encouragement to you would be number one she might be kind of freaking out with the amount of debt that that you guys have and getting you fully on board that you're not just watching right but you are participating and you're in it you are committed and so that that changes the game and for couples young couples especially when you can work on a huge financial goal together and being out of getting out of debt is probably the top for a whole lot of newlyweds because that is like rampant you know in our country but when you guys can do some of this together I talked to so many young couples and they get out of debts and they said now we feel like we can do anything when you start your marriage off like that on that kind of foot with this goal and you work together you sacrifice together it brings you guys a sense of unity versus running into separate lanes and letting money just stress you out freak you out I mean really working together certainly by I encourage you to speak on behalf of your fiance probably step up and push in with her and you guys do this.

Chris Hogan
What Does Your Financial Future Look Like?

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

07:28 min | 2 years ago

What Does Your Financial Future Look Like?

"Welcome to the Chris Hogan Show Joe Home of everyday millionaires. I am Chris Hogan your host listen. VIP's this assure show where your life and your money takes center stage so we can never forget. It's your life. We've got to take charge. Why I'm so excited to be back with you? We've got some fantastic callers lined up people that have real world questions. I guess what that's what we do. ooh I'm GonNa give you a straight answer. I'm GonNa give you information that you need so you can make sure that you keep chasing down progress and listen to me when we get to progress we want to grab it with both hold hands because we've got to make some stuff happen you know. We got goals and as we are inside of this New Year. We've got new opportunities and we've got new things that we can accomplish bliss we just have to believe in ourselves and have a real plan to help us get there and so- VIP's you know. I love to do research. I love to run across articles. Thank you all for sending in articles. I'm gonNA tell you I ask you offer stuff and guess what things start happening so I want you to know if you run across an article that you think. VIP's need to know about this. or I want to see Hogan get riled up. I know you all like to see that. So if you run across an article and you want that to happen I want you to send it to me. The the email addresses ask at Chris Hogan three sixty DOT COM. Just put it in the subject. Line put Article For Hogan and send it to me and we'll go from there but I wanNA share with you you a An article of the day. This was on business insider and I have had people talk about this and have have heard some people make some pretty good arguments for it. But I'm interested in your take I'm interested in. Is this something that is a viable option for you. Because I I don't know I don't know I can see both sides and people have told me from both sides but I wanNA share this with you. Here it is it's from business insider and this is the article. Some Americans are ditching their mortgage to rent in retirement It's some Americans are ditching their mortgage to rent in retirement and it shows how their lifestyles and finances are changing. And this is the article And the team must think I got some I issues. 'cause they printed printed this thing and like fought seventy two I'll deal with them later. But but first of all the episodes talked about this article Looking at this what it does. Is this article go from business. Insider follows the story of a retired couple. Joe and Karen and Joe and Karen sold their four thousand square foot home in southern Washington and retired early and they've been travelling the world since twenty seventeen and that according to this they don't plan to be homeowners ever again once they finished traveling traveling. They said they're just going to settle down somewhere and rent their whole ideas that they want to focus more on experiences. Not Things they don't. I want to be tied down to one house or when city according to the article and it says they also don't want the responsibility of home repairs and maintenance. Now now I'm GonNa tell you. It is true that there is a little bit of a trend of people wanting to rent as opposed to to buy because they want to be able to have more options Russians and to be able to move a little bit more freely seeing this and hearing this. A lot from millennials But I'm GonNa tell you this you need to choose your decision and an opinion about renting versus buying really based on your retirement dreams. What is it that you want to do? How do you want to live now? I listen I'm all about about traveling. I know I've got places I WANNA see and places I plan to go. But here's the deal at some point when I get done traveling. I'm coming back home right and and so I wanNA home and if you rent you have a home that you're renting but I think it's more important for us to be in tune with our high definition dream now I know we've got some new. VIP's that are in. We get new listeners. All the time when I talk about high definition what I'm saying is I want you to see your dreams as it's clear as you see in a high definition TV I'm a child I was born in the seventies And so I'm a child of eighties right and so TV's back then. Then I mean it was it was basic when I was growing up. We had three channels right and we didn't have remotes matter of fact I was the remote. A right yeah I got called in. I'm from plan to go. Change the channel which follow grievance now. Because I'm older I'll deal with that later. Mama Hook is going to change the channel later in life but anyway listen to me. Bottom line is didn't have many the channels didn't have a lot of options and the picture wasn't as clear but obviously now is we've evolved. The picture on the TV is unbelievably clear. You can see incredible incredible details. Well what if we were to dream like that and think about what it is we want to accomplish in retirement. And what if we had the audacity to look got it in see it in high definition meaning seeing yourself at the place you wanna travel seeing yourself writing the check for the charity that you really believe in seeing seeing yourself on that mission trip. That's what I mean by high definition that you see yourself and I want people to see it in that way because when you have it in your head and your heart. You can't imagine not accomplishing it. And so now your actions get a chance to follow suit and so I want people to see it in high definition. And if it's your dream to travel the world A souped up camper right. Then that's hey that's for you you'll have other people don't have your dream but I'm gonNA tell you this if it is is at some point you have a dream of having a a nice home that's paid for so the grandkids. Great grandkids can come to visit you. You need to think about that and give that some thought as well now a lot of you out there have kicked around and it's an interesting article I love for people to have options. I love people to be chasing down their dream based on their airtime schedule based on their desires. That's important but I want people to continue to think bigger. We have to see more than just. What's in front of us? We've got to think about what's it's a head and so if you're out there right now and you don't know what your retirement dream looks like you don't know what it is. You'd like to be later in life. I'm GonNa tell you this I would definitely only refer you to my website over to our. I Q the retire. Inspired quotient vis is the free tool over. That helps you start to identify your dream but also start to have a wariness of what is the number. You're going to need to live that dream. I firmly believed informed. People are powerful people meaning as we can get more informed about the information. Now what we can do is start to take steps to build a plan to help us get there. So I like this article The argue against a free tool at my website Chris Hogan three sixty dot com. Go check it out but yeah I'm interested and so you know regardless it's an interesting debate again The article is some Americans are ditching their mortgage. It gets to rent in retirement and it shows how their lifestyles and finances are changing this article. It's interesting a lot of debates a lot of people with strong opinions on both sides but this articles from business insider as always will put a link in the show notes Those that are watching on Youtube just clicked on a link below. And it'll get you right to it. I think if we start thinking thinking about things we can have an informed opinion But more than opinions people we gotTa have a plan. Everybody's got opinions opinions like yesterday's but we gotta have a plan and the people that stick to the plan and work it. Those are the people that make some stuff happen

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"chris hogan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hello everyone I'm Chris Hogan filling in for days and I'm joined in studio by the national bestselling author and host of the Rachel crew show the one and only reach a cruise and she is just a bundle of joy if you've not checked out her show I want to watch it because Rachel is the only person on the planet outside of mom Hogan to get me to do this thing that I did for her show tell the people what you had me it was fantastic well Hey you call me a bundle of joy I think I'm carrying a bundle of joy that's why it's working for eight months pregnant. all of that. this was really fun I've always wins note Chris Hogan's voice sounds like with Helio minute like you know if you like take their out of a balloon you're like talk like a chipmunk normally for us normal people what is Chris Hogan sound like and at the end would get financial advice. with helium yeah and our lungs and Chris Hogan then sounds like a normal person. it was well it was really fun. cruise dot com she is all over you to what the rates are crucial you have an opportunity to watch that get a chuckle I'm not doing it again Rachel America I'm going back to the phone lines if you got a question about why for money I want to hear from you Rachel I want to hear from you the number to call is eight eight eight eight two five five two two five again that's triple eight eight two five five two two five or find us on social media at Ramsey show all right next up I've got Angela on the line from California Angela what's the question you have for Rachel..

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"chris hogan" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on Get Up!

"Learning and time to get up with Duke down twenty three in the second half on the road. It looked like it wasn't there night. But wait until you see what happened next highlights are one minute away. Plus, a b says goodbye to Pittsburgh. But it may not be as easy as he would like to finalise this divorce. We'll tell you why this is far from over in fifteen and Phil Mickelson joins us live to talk about tiger. And the one thing eight plans to do this year that he's never done before this hour of get up which starts right now. And we are delighted to have you with us here. Right in early this morning with R J Dominique and Bobby. We're going to take it one segment at a time this morning because Chris HOGAN of the New England Patriots is going to be in our studio as well. But we start with what was candidly and unbelievable shocking game last night at Louisville RJ ready. Here we go number two Duke, which is number one basically in everybody's consciousness at this point because that man Zion Williamson but early on it wasn't his night. It wasn't. They're night. This is Jordan wore off with three for Louisville, which would open up an early lead. And it would just continue that way for much of this first hand do couldn't get shops to go. Louisville was out running. Darius Perry's gonna make up here. It's an eight point Louisville alita, then final seconds of the first half. They add it on a crazy shot. They were literally just doing everything they could look at all of the hustle and excitement. They were ready to go out there tonight Duke down nine at halftime their largest halftime deficit of the season. And that was nothing second half. Louisville opens up a can nora's going to hit a three in this sequence to give Louisville a twenty three point lead with less than ten minutes to play their win probability at that point is ninety nine point seven. That's that's a pretty good percentage. But it starts to go south quickly. Right. Here comes the point three. That's Cam reddish now to twenty point game. Now, it's Cam reddish. Now, it's a sixteen point game under six ago Ducas cut it to twelve and now is when the. Defense starts to take over Louisville. Candidly begins to panic late. And here's our Jay Barron who gets it to go. It's now a ten point game. And the defense turns it on on that stretch they had nine turnovers in ten points from the point that they were up by twenty three that Cihan would cut it to seven after making your free throw their it still seven. It's barrett. Watch him getting the passing lane here. Louisville really struggling around any kind of offense visits up and good at sixty six sixty one three minutes to play. Now. We're talking about a three point game reddish date from the corner. That's gonna make it to choose me. It had been five that makes it a two point game the Duke pitches all fired up, and here's your moment. This is a highlight you so everywhere through the legs British ties the game at sixty nine they've come all the way from behind Twenty-three down to tie it. So could they complete it with victory? Let's take a look twenty seconds ago. Same scored Duke has the ball. Here's your big moment. Reddish in Mullane, you tell me black charge. They call it a charge. But then they take another look and watch the foot of. Brian McMahon often about game of inches right there game events cameras. Great job every hit all the threes. Decided to go downhill and ends up getting two free throws and makes them both coolest cucumber so eight seconds left up to here, we go Christian Cunningham to try and tie..

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"chris hogan" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"So that meant that they were so focused on cheating that they hadn't really committed to stay connected. And so they talked about how they were doing date nights. And they wanted to make sure they were getting back to and that just reminded me. Yeah. We don't naturally grow together. We naturally grow apart. We have to intentionally stay connected. And so that takes effort, and it also takes two people. And sometimes you got one that maybe as done or or won't. And then take some some tough things we need to do some counselling and talk to some people, but you have to make decisions, right? You have to be clear and it takes courage to make decisions cowards. Stay in just stay right? They don't speak their mind. They don't have dreams and goals. So I want people to be courageous in life, and that's in dealing with great things as well as tough things. Do you think anyone can be an everyday millionaire? I know they can't even if they have hundreds of thousands of debts. Yes. Even if it looks like man, there's no way out I'm screwed in relation. I know. Dances, my family. Like, I'm on the wrong side of town. You still think is possible talked to ten thousand of them the stories in here. What these people overcame it motivated me even more and I'm already a motivated person. But people that were told that they couldn't people that were told that they shouldn't that it wasn't possible for them that they didn't have the right education. They didn't have the right job. They didn't make enough. These people all stayed focus. And I'm talking they were every color every every nationality every socioeconomic status these were people that believed, and so that's what this book is about being intentional being consistent. And most importantly, do these three things believed that you can. Okay. You have to do that you have to believe that you can you have to gain knowledge on how what are the things I need to do. And then our personal everyday habits. You gotta learn those the budgeting the getting out of debt saving and investing. These are all things that set the course for anybody to become an everyday million a love it makes you guys get the book everyday millionaires. How ordinary people don't extremely wealth. You can't as well. Lots of great tip strategies miss. That'll be busted mindset stuff to make sure you guys give the book the linked up shits online. It's on your website with Chris HOGAN, three six dot com..

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Millionaires tend to have these 5 characteristics in common

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Millionaires tend to have these 5 characteristics in common

"Tend to have five characteristics in common. That's according to financial expert in New York Times bestselling author. Chris HOGAN HOGAN is author of a new book titled everyday millionaires. Now four that book HOGAN went and sat down with ten thousand millionaires and talk to them about how they accumulated their wealth. One of the key findings was that all millionaires ended up being debt free through hard work, HOGAN explains getting out of debt is going to be that first of all whatever your income gets to stay with you and go or for you. I e n it's a much better plan than going off to someone else. Want people to attack their debt, and I'm talking about credit cards student loans. Carlos. Claim for that is to make a list of all the biggest write it down on paper. Look at it. And I watch attack the little ones I while making minimum payments on all the rest and throw everything, but the kitchen sink up that little bit you'll move onto the next one what you paid off. So getting yourself out of death getting yourself in control with learning. The skills of budgeting. We have a fantastic budgeting tool called every dollar Bank. Go to everydollar dot com and learn how to watch it for free and people to save. I want them to get a three to six month emergency funds set aside. So when the car breaks down or life happens they have money to reach to instead of begging for more debt and that finally investing. That's the best way to grow your money time and compound interest allow your money to grow HOGAN, also noted only twenty one percent of millionare's received any inheritance

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"chris hogan" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"I'm like always in your world here. I'm thankful to be always. But you in your. In your hands. Yeah. It was great. So the team, and I as we were looking at the new year and the content of this episode of the first show of two thousand nineteen like, what am I gonna do? And we were like, let's just go to the basics. Like, let's go back through the baby steps, what is the proven plan that millions of Americans have gone through and have had so much success of paying debt saving up funding retirement. I mean, all of it. Let's go through it and bring on the experts. So you came on to talk about baby step two, maybe seven and Chris HOGAN came on to talk about maybe four or five and six with me. So it was really fun. And it's been great. It's it came out on Monday. And it's like one of the highest view so far out of the gate. So people are loving going back to the basics, but it's the stuff that works. So if someone's not used to watching shows on YouTube, how do they do this? Yes, you can go to YouTube or Facebook and just type in the Rachel Cruze show. And it'll come up, and so we have the full episode, which is usually around. Thirty minutes and then throughout the week. We'll break down that episode into short clips if you just wanted to watch one part you could do that. And you can subscribe on YouTube as well. So everything comes right to your inbox, which is really important just to keep the consistency there and less work on your end that it just comes right to you. And. Yeah. And it's fun. We try to mix the idea that money can be stressful and hard, but putting a lot of hope and a lot of fun. And a lot of laughter into it. We have fun. We have fed on the show. Absolutely, very cool. Good stuff. Good stuff. And of course, tonight after the town hall that Chris HOGAN doing all of us are heading to Dallas for the smart conference this weekend, including you and you'll be speaking on Saturday to that shoulder crowd. What he'd be talking about there? I'll be talking about how to love your life and not there. So it's the money talk seven money habits for living the life you want. So I'll be breaking all that down. And it's fun. We've done Dallas. If you times now, but it's a it's a great. Eighty so shitty. Great. It's a great Ramsey city for sure. Yeah. So and then when you get back you've got money and marriage events with les Parrott. We're going to do a big one on the people are coming in from all over the country for this is gonna be fun kind of destination thing on Valentine's Day, marriage and money date night in Nashville. That's right, which is the destination city these days in America. I mean when hot city here and that's February the fourteenth, and then Kansas City's April the first demo- in Iowa, April fifteenth and dollars Texas may sixteenth now I've not actually attended one of these. But the word is that you and less are both like stand up comedians that this is a funny. It's money marriage event is a funny event. I hope so people think we're fighting. I don't know. Yeah. It's when you talk about stories of money and marriage, usually there's a lot of humor involved. But it has it's too. Great subjects unless para is a master. When it comes to marriage. He's been doing this for decades travel. The world written countless books on a topic of marriage. So he is like the corners of the advice. So he speaks I in the event, and then I come out after the break and talk about how you can use those communication tips that he is given you at the beginning of the event, and how to have that with your spouse when it comes to money because for some people a lot of people money's just the stress point of how do we communicate?.

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"chris hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"They're broke. Right. Well, how is that? How did they come into more money than most people will ever see in their lifetime? They got that in a year, and it's gone. Well, they didn't have these characteristics. Or they didn't have them as it relates with money. They could have been goal oriented or hard workers. But were they intentional with their finances that they know that building wealth takes consistency. So they were missing some key components that caused them to lose their wealth instead of building it. Yeah. Yeah. Man. This is powerful. What I like most about it is that it's it's the research that's the data behind it. But it's giving us who are. Everyday ordinary men who maybe don't have the highest paying jobs or or the highest level of education. But it gives us some optimism that these types of wealth type stories are true. And they can happen for us if we implement the five things you're talking about here. We it really is an I think that's the key message. I want people to get from the book as they read it and it set up so great, you know, my editorial team and research team here phenomenal. You're going to have an opportunity to read the stats about these over ten thousand millionaires that I've talked to you're going to have an opportunity to learn about the attributes and the things that they did. But most importantly, mafia, part of the book are the stories. We have real stories of the millionaires inside of the book throughout the chapters where really talking about and drilling down into the individual millionaire story and people are going to enjoy reading those stories hearing about the obstacles and challenges that they overcame, but how they did it and. So that excites me, and I think people are really and truly going to enjoy this message. I know they will. And I know we're just scratching the surface on the depth of work that you and Dave Ramsey have been doing over the past decades. These guys really need to reach out need to read this book, but they need to reach out and figure out what else you guys are offering because there's so much valuable insight into what you're doing. So as we wind down today, I want to ask you a couple of digital questions. The first one I did prepare you for a little bit. And that is what does it mean to be a man, you know, as you think about being a man, I think there's a few things I think it's striving to be better. But I think protecting and serving then looking at your family looking at your career really understanding that you've got an opportunity to get better to be able to grow in many many areas, and it's going to be based on the knowledge that you gain and the people that you hang out with excellent. And how do we connect with you? And find out about the book find out about the work, you're doing and the lectures and everything else that you have going on. Yeah. Well, I mean, it's real easy. You can get connected with me by going to Chris HOGAN, three sixty. Dot com. That's my website. It'll tell you about the Chris HOGAN show, they'll tell you about the book, I've got some free resources and tools on my website to help people in this financial area..

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"chris hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"But I'm so grateful that he planted that seed of opportunity instead of a seat of doubt that maybe I would have grown up with in my head based on my surroundings. And so it just really was a game changer for me, and I'm excited to share that with the readers of this book. What do you think is the difference between you, and your friend or any human being out there who decides to take their circumstances? And makes the most of it versus somebody who takes their circumstances and says this is my lot in life while that's a great question. I think the difference between my friend, and I as we were both teenagers, right? Adding in that car that day is that I was listening, right? Like, he he got my attention. I was receptive to the message. I was probably, you know, really looking for those seeds of hope, and I think my friend was not in tune. He was preoccupied. He was busy like thinking about something else. So I think it's the difference between listening and hearing, you know, listening is where you were paying attention. And you heard some words spoke hearing means you heard the message, and you internalize that. And then you made a decision based off that. And I think it's real easy for us. And again, all of us have been here where you're at some point in life where you've had some obstacles or some challenges because that's something we all wrestle with. That's a natural part of the human condition. I think it's a matter of what we decide to do about it. I think staying there and allowing yourself to wallow in it. Now, I'm from Kentucky. So it's a word by family used to use wallowing in. It means that you roll around or continue to loop on it. I think what we ended up doing is Lynn. Limiting ourselves. Because now it's easy to get into the victim thinking based on the things that are going on at the moment. But I think if we glanced back at that type of scenario, but focus forward on what am I going to do to help myself? I talk about us. I do some leadership trainings around the country. I tell people as leaders I said, listen, you've got to understand you're either part of the problem or part of the solution. You've got to make a decision. And so being part of the solution means you are moving forward. And we're not repeating the same mistakes. You know, we're we're we're thinking differently. We're looking to grow our knowledge. And we're also careful of what we're telling ourselves Ryan. I firmly believed that if we're not careful we can tell ourselves some negative things that can really defeat us before we ever get to the start line. We can hold ourselves back from being the best that we can be. But once you make that decision, and you start to focus on the things that you can control and take those one step forward talk about that in the Chris HOGAN show that wants that forward has called. Progress? And that's what I want people to make each day..

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"chris hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"But for now, let's get into this conversation. I can't even begin to describe how excited I am Chris HOGAN and his team reached out to me about three weeks ago. And sent me a pre release copy of his new book, everyday millionaires and read this book. I really really enjoy the premise of it. And there's a lot of practical advice in here, that's really gonna help you. And and I know a lot of you guys are familiar with with Chris HOGAN already especially because so many of you probably follow Dave Ramsey. He works close with Dave. And he's a regular contributor of that podcast entree leadership. But he also hosts his own podcast Chris HOGAN show on he talks about the very financial principles and success strategies that he's. Gonna share with us today. Disguise a bestselling author. He's a personal finance expert. He's a former all American football player, and he uses all of the -nology has the experience and everything else to help families across the nation set themselves up right for retirement. And today he's here to talk with us about how to do the same. Chris thanks for joining me on the show today. Oh, thank you. It's good to be with you. Yeah. I've been looking for to this conversation. I've been following you for for quite a while now, and I had my feet in the financial industry as well. For about a decade before I really got into this line of work. So I'm excited to have this conversation because I think there's a lot of a lot of myths. There's a lot of misinformation out there regarding what it takes to be a millionaire, and I'm excited to dispel some of those myths today. Well, thank you. I'm looking forward to it. And so if you've been in the financial sector like me, you know, there are a lot of different thoughts and a lot of different opinions out there and people can get confused yet. It's I wonder why there's so many opinions because I mean, it's easy to say that financials is just math. But I guess there's a lot of emotion that goes behind it as well. Which is what causes us to have some of these differing opinions as to what it takes to build wealth. Right. Well, I think so I think you're right. And because it's an area that people don't understand really, well, and what you don't understand you, Tim. Mm to resist or avoid. And so I think with that. There are these different schools of thought out there that are looking to get people that are at different levels. And so, you know, the main thing for me, and what we do here at Ramsey solution is that we wanna lay it out. And we want to show people not only the information, but showed them the way and the process to be able to walk. So they can get results gave find it that a lot of people resist gaining this kind of information. It seems to me a lot of people at best case scenario outsource their finances. They really do initially when I was in the banking world. And even when I started here, I was working with a lot of pro athletes entertainers musicians, these were people that were highly skilled at what they did. But they didn't have the the knowledge about money. They knew they needed it. They knew they needed to do the right things with it. But it wasn't something that they wanted to learn. And so with me, I told him I said, you know, what listen I have some knowledge of vehicles, but anything outside of changing the oil in my. Car anything that needs to be done. I go see a professional. I said so there's nothing wrong with getting guidance. But what you don't want to do as ever turn over the responsibility or the obligation to anyone else. That's something that has to stay with you. Yeah. I like that distinction. And and that's really what it is. Somebody can help you out. I mean, I was a financial adviser. Like, I said for for about ten years, I had some clients who didn't even want to know what was going on with their money at all. And I had others who wanted to be involved in wanted to know, what's what was happening. But understood that I was the professional and deferred to me when it came to some of the strategies they were implementing, and I think that was a huge distinguishing factor between those who are successful with their money..

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"chris hogan" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"Want it to become its powerful? When we start to be careful of the words, we tell ourselves, and it's real easy for negatives. The pop in my grandmother used to tell me, maybe you can't control what pops into your mind, but you do get to control how long it stays there. So do me a favor when that doubt pops in or that negative pops in have something positive to replace it mute that voice that negative is not going to help you get to where you won't be. And it's not gonna help you serve people. Well, this is a new year and you've got an opportunity for a new better. You make the decision and work toward it Alabama. I had him talked directly t offer that raising Chris HOGAN tells you his voice, you can do it better do believe we're defending. It's so exciting when you have encouraging words, I wanna thank you for what you do for these women because when good people rallied together, and you start to believe in what you're doing. It doesn't matter. What other people are saying you get tunnel vision? And you stay right. Censoring together. This book is truly going to change the country. You are building millionaires not just getting out of debt like this is next level for them. And it's amazing the impact in the world that they can do also just in their own family and the freedom. So thanks for writing it. They hang out with. Y'all told he's amazing now I know what you're thinking you're thinking where can I get a copy of his brand new book? We'll guess what I'm gonna tell you because this is really really important. It doesn't matter where you came from it matters where you're going. Now, you can get your copy today for only twenty dollars and along with the books. You're also gonna get a video lesson from Chris on how to retire inspired and a video lesson from Dave Ramsey is okay to be wealthy..

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"chris hogan" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"chris hogan" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"You kit rid of your debt debt is a thief. It's stills from you now because it takes your income, but debt also takes away your wealth building opportunity for the future. So use the debt snowball list. Your debts out smallest to biggest. Okay. And I want you. To make minimum payments on everything except for the small one. But on the small one I want you to throw every extra dime toward that little debt. And you know, what happens you start to build up momentum? You start to have this mindset, and you start to believe that. Hey, this is something that you're able to do. And I want you to believe in yourself, and if you have credit card debt, and you attack it, and you pay it off I want you to make sure you close out that credit card get that thing out of your life. Because I want you to get your money back by getting out of debt. But then I want you to redirect it. I want you to make sure that you start to invest for your future. That's right utilizing the 4._0._1._K putting money in month in and month out to be very very consistent. So what I wanna do is recap those five characteristics for you one more time because these are characteristics that millionaires have you take responsibility, you practice intention -ality with your finances your goal oriented. You're a hard worker, and you know, that wealth-building take. Consistency. That's the key. Those attributes will pay the wave you to get to where it is that you wanna go. All right, guys. This was Chris HOGAN if you want to continue to learn about how to become an everyday millionaire..

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How you should ride out the stock market rollercoaster

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

How you should ride out the stock market rollercoaster

"The stock market has been on quite the roller coaster over the last month. Not one of the things. Most investors will tell you and financial advisers is not to go invest in single stocks. Chris HOGAN is a financial expert, and he told Fox News mutual funds are the way to go. I like mutual funds growth stock mutual funds. That's the thing that helped me make a difference in my own life. But I want people to understand where they are. But single stocks are like going to Vegas. Right. Everybody on the plane out the Vegas was excited. I've been on those plane ride back, right? Where people aren't where they've gotten stone. So we need to understand what we're investing in. And if you can't explain it to a ten or twelve year old man, you don't need to invest in it.

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Jarvis Landry has lobbied Cleveland Browns to trade for Odell Beckham Jr.

First and Last with Lundberg and Golic, Jr.

02:52 min | 4 years ago

Jarvis Landry has lobbied Cleveland Browns to trade for Odell Beckham Jr.

"That in the near future I've had a bit of dialogue, with Aaron and we're hopeful we get something done that for a Rams. Head coach. Sean McVeigh via Gary Klein of, the, LA times the deadline August seventh. Today Scott till two pm today to report to camp in. Order to make this season count towards free agency, but by all accounts these two, sides are very very far apart in contract. Talks just as they were last year in Foxborough the New England Patriots let go third year wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell a guy Who played a starring role in the team's twenty, eight three comeback, come back from down Twenty-eight three against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl fifty one but he's had knee. Problems for the past, year missed all the two, thousand seventeen season spent a lot of time this off season at the team's, facility trying to, rehab that knee the knee examined again. On July twenty third It hasn't been practicing and training camp so the patriots cut them loose which means no Malcolm Mitchell no Julian element for, the first four games of the season wide receiver. Room still, interesting, Chris HOGAN Phillip door set Cordeiro Patterson Eric decker Kenny bread. Couple of young guys but that room will not. Include Malcolm Mitchell who is trying to author. Quite the comeback after missing all of last year and a player who will always go down and. Patriots lower for what he did in that, Super Bowl, comeback against the Atlanta Falcons speaking of wide. Receivers Odell Beckham junior we talked about his contract standoff with the New York Giants one that I saw described, this morning. As friendly he's gonna play for the giants this, year it's unlikely that, Beckham's going, to be playing for anybody else in two thousand, eighteen or twenty nineteen but according to one of his closest friends he's quote definitely interested in playing for another NFL team that friend is Jarvis Landry new acquisition this off. Season The, Cleveland Browns Landry and Beckham played with each other at LSU. Landry told Cleveland dot com of things like that. Are able to happen in the team can. Make it happen then why not he definitely would be up for it he would be according to. Mary Kay cabinet of Cleveland dot com Landry, indicated the, Beckham one of his best friends in the. League has told him he'd wanna play for the Browns And on his part Landry says they've had quote talks Good too excited Beckham is still under contract. For the giants with the giants for this coming season he's in training camp besides the negotiating Odell Beckham junior's a very good bad. To be a New York giant, in two thousand nineteen but if you're a Browns fan I guess you can dream by the way more from Jarvis Landry on the quarterback situation with the Cleveland Browns Baker. Mayfield, and tyrod Taylor Jarvis, Landry with, our Diana.

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Patriots Release WR Jordan Matthews After Significant Hamstring Injury, sign 1-year deal with Erick Decker

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:39 min | 4 years ago

Patriots Release WR Jordan Matthews After Significant Hamstring Injury, sign 1-year deal with Erick Decker

"What does he go play outside in a different sport now? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean six. Nine, whatever you gonna play when he gets blasted over the middle, is he gonna come back to the bra, took you seem stitching. His nose play with a mass drop sixty one on on on on the Hornets as broken. No, but he. Loved asked, and he'd be going around with a different mentality. That's a whole different ball football and basketball player. The why differently? Enough, realize it always comes back to this guy at some point. Thank you for being here. It's always good to get. Tom Brady is wide receiver group seems to constantly change and the patriots Jordan Mathews yesterday after he signed a one year deal this off season, but he reportedly suffered a significant hamstring injury on Sunday, the patriots maybe adding former titans wide receiver, Eric decker who worked out for the team this week. And yes, remember they will be without Jillian men for the first four games of the season. Shannon, what does this tell you. Kills me that a coach Bela checks. You gonna pull some weight or you guys to go. He was, I guess he was practicing whale playing well, and then he got Nick hamstring and coach Bela check says, you know what? You're not going to be doing this any good rehabbing on our dime. So we'll let you go ahead and go bring air Dicker and it looks like they're gonna sign deck, Jordan Mathews skip. I mean he really hasn't played well since he's left chip Kelly. I mean close to nine hundred yards. I two years, but he's always had this injury almost half thousand. Yeah, he's always had this injury bug that just popped up and I'm sure that factor the coach Bela checks decision of, yeah, you know, I was kinda hoping you're over this bug. Now, the last couple years deck has also suffered the injury bug, but I do believe that Eric decker is an upgrade over Jordan Mathews. He had his best years playing who skip pate, Manny. So you have a guy in Tom Brady that knows what he's doing with the football knows where to go with the ball is in complete command of this offense. And so I expect him to is big debt comes in this offense. I can see him catching. Forty fifty balls especially with Ellerman being the first the first four gay. Hell gronk it's still there not. He's still look at Tom Brady, Tom Brady can win without grunk, but you look at his numbers when gronk on the field. And you look at his numbers when gronk and on the field, this ubstantially different and plus decades. The mole grant Etima you know, they got Gatica got all all the Gallic, a guy. He likes to kind of look, Chris HOGAN. Now. L. look like. Thing shattered shock. I've been trying to tell you for two years Bill. Bella check can get away with near murder when it comes to the white outs this because it just doesn't matter. He has the greatest quarterback in the history of pro football who's also to use your term the greatest makeup artist ever because he can just cover up all the blemishes. It just doesn't matter. Just giving that guy, Joe Smith investors. Investors as the greatest ever. You know what Joe said that under. So. Look what just happened. Jordan Mathews was sort of the off season Saini by the New England Patriots because June Matty's dot, some ability. He played at my school Vanderbilt, and he is still the SEC all time career leader in catches and yards caught. That's pretty great, Nancy. See, it's a pretty good. It's right. And he's still the all time. Career leader is Jordan. Mathews those three years in Philadelphia were they were great, but they were pretty good, right. And guess who fell in love with Jordan Mathews who loved him like a brother was walk into your got Carson Wentz. He loved him some Jordan Mathews and they traded Jordan Mathews straight up for Ronald Darby who's a really good player so that that shows you that buffalo really valued Jordan Mathews that he He was. was. That's that's pretty. That's eighty. Trae they needed receiver they had let wilder would grow in said, we walk and go market Goodwin was gong. Yeah, so they need. They need Darby's a first round talent. Yeah, he's a, he's a playmaking top to your cornerback and so they value Jordan. He's in buffalo, right? And Carson Wentz was devastated and told the Philadelphia media..

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Custodian Worked Graveyard Shift For 23 Years So All His Children Could Attend College Tuition-Free

The Ken Coleman Show

01:00 min | 4 years ago

Custodian Worked Graveyard Shift For 23 Years So All His Children Could Attend College Tuition-Free

"I love the story because significance folks is not tied to dollar signs it's just not you know that to be true probably true in most of your lives when you're doing something and the reward is so strong in your chest this is a guy who at any point could as this is nonsense my kids can go to school somewhere else but somewhere along the way said i wanted to go to boston college i wanted to get a great education and this is the way i can get them in for free so he doesn't he commits twenty three years graveyard shift folks that's not a decision that's a lifestyle but the point is it's driven by an unbelievable reward and you know he believes and his wife believes

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