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"church irvine" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

07:09 min | 10 months ago

"church irvine" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"That's where I I gave my speech in front of a group for the the Saturday night service of High School Ministry that had ten twelve people come into it, and then also there was that that quality which was a blessing curse that everything was so. So well polished in some ways. It Disneyland it was very plastic and artificial and unapproachable. You couldn't. You couldn't play in big church. Big Church was scripted and timed and down to the minute, but you could. You could go to mini street. Where Mariners bought a block of Santa, Anna decided to do like. Poverty Redevelopment mission and it was just vailable. You could play with foster kids with royal family. Kids can't canteen. Leadership can, and so there was lots of stuff on the outskirts, too. Yeah, just get my feet wet. Never kind of context imagine it was just a big big wide playground. Generalize a playground without a place to play sometimes. Go to Santa Anna's. That was untouchable. That was that was perfect. That was. Yeah, but then so you grew up in the height basically. Of the largest yet lesser known megachurches yet, but certainly filled with affluence with all of those things around you. And yet you are here and people look at your name, and they say Reverend Ryan Gaffe made. You ended up going into a traditional mainstream denomination, which will almost in many ways be seen as the opposite of what you grew up in. That's reversal of where the trends are going Ryan. Bockel me. It's been a long journey certainly. I fancied myself as having a in ECLECTIC church experience I came to mariners by way of a deep south, pentecostal spirit filled church that was my early upbringing, and then I went and I had my children's ministry, Youth Group Les Children's Ministry and Full Youth Group and you through volunteering experience there at the mega church, and then I went from there to Concordia University discovered for the first time. People have opinions about doctrine and theology, and they. Those opinions matter to them. They talk about them. Intellectually. That was a period and during that time is when I started to. Find that. Leadership was available that I could be a small group leader. Mariners are I could be youth pastor at a at a small, Methodist Church that there were just more vacuums more vail ability for and more need, frankly for people like me, who were starting out at the smaller churches and mariners with its high salaries and attractiveness was attracting the best of the best and I won that yet. So so that's where I got started in that community, and then took a big detour through Inter, varsity. Tell me Concordia Lutheran School in. It's not really a mainstream. jellicoe world as well, but you ended up going instead of becoming convinced by the Lutherans. How did you end up being a Presbyterian the frozen chosin? Well I you know I got connected with Irvine? Presbyterian Church Irvine Presbyterian. Church was associated with my high school. My Alma Mater Woodbridge High School. They did a ministry. They're called. Jesus pizza where every Friday they. Provided better pizza for a better price than the cafeteria did and found that there was a college ministry there that was doing. Doing real stuff doing depth Bible. Study that engaged scholarship, and that talked about things as if we weren't kids anymore and weren't weren't needing another review of the basics of the faith or the essentials of salvation, and that was when I first got connected with the. Presbyterian church I never intended for that to be a big lifelong commitment thing, but I I seem to keep falling back. AM. Let's put this in some more sociological categories. It's easy for me to default into church stories because Baba's one of those who was a pastor at the big mega church, but I my roots or starting little churches, and in growing those kind of from scratch, but that was my experiences. I am a classic baby boomer and when we talked in. Preparation for this. Coming to San Canyon Church by the way back in the area where I was rebelling against my parents. Religiosity I would come with Johnny to San Kanye Church. You were planted. Well there. We had lead some fun at the church. But let's talk about you. As the millennial for listeners get confused about those generational categories, which is easy to do I'm the baby boomer. And then there were the Gen xers, and we got around to the millennials born around nineteen, eighty-one, ninety, six, and now we talk about the Gen Z., but. Explained to me as a millennial one who's gotten a bit more academic and reflective, some of those big categories that you see being different than your parents, and and then then WanNa. Pick on, you know what it was like to grow up with parents that were of my generation, but start out. What's a millennial? What's that mean to you? Well I I mean I. Often end up in these kind of conversations giving the the token millennials perspective most of the leaders in. The churches around me are at least ten years older, usually, twenty or thirty and I'm I'm the guy who walks into the room and they asked me if I'm the youth pastor, I, say no I you know I'm the pastor, but everybody in all these churches wants to attract the baliles. They want to figure out what are. We gotta do to get the millennials in the. And so I ended up talking a lot about that I. think a lot of talking about Baloney. Heels begins with talking about. How much we don't actually know how much how much we think we know when we're wrong about for one thing who were using the word millennials. You did a good job of defining it. You know ending with those born in ninety six. We most of the time. We're talking about all these millennials these days were we're using it as a kind of synonym. For young whippersnappers. And the oldest millennials are forty now. The youngest have already graduated college on time. There are no more millennials and college was their Gi bill or something, and there's another generation after Z. that are already in sixth grade, and we haven't even realize they exist yet. So so a lot of times we're talking about churches trying to catch up to this next generation and this next generations already to behind..

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"church irvine" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

13:31 min | 1 year ago

"church irvine" Discussed on Exvangelical

"We really need to listen to people who are working in these communities to help have a really apathetic kind of communication. That's a really good segue because I I do WanNa talk to you about how race comes up in your book Because it is it is prevalent. I mean is. It is a huge part of of American life. Racism and the the consequences of slavery. it's something that we deal with whether we're conscious of it or not every day it's part of part of the the American of American history and of American life and I understand the the the pitfalls of two white people talking about race but within the context of your book you do talk and you interview a number of people of color. African Americans Latinos people in different faith communities And whether they're evangelical or not and some of them are and I I do. I learned through the process of doing the show to really specify white evangelical them to be the main thing that I talk about. However a lot of these people of color that you spoke to you are in predominantly white congregations predominantly white traditions. So when you spoke to these these people that are in these communities that could be an very likely are hostile to them Whether overtly or just implicitly what was their reaction what was their risk their response and I know you've written a whole book about it and that's that's the hard thing about having an interview about about an entire book. Is You know we're we're trying to consolidate into something. Had to have people reader. Read your work to speak to a little bit even a of examples that come to mind for you of of how these people reacted to the election. I'm trump in the general tenor of political and social discussion. Yes Oh definitely. People come to mind One of the first people that comes to mind when he asked about this is a pastor named West Timothy Kuna and at the time when I was doing my chapter on Orange County He was one of the pastors at Mariners. Church Irvine which is the seventh largest church in America and is also located. In some of America's wealthiest real estate Right near Newport coast not too far from Laguna Beach Just Really Really Expensive Area Immaculate Campus. And so when I met pastor with I met him at that evening's youth nights service and he gave this really powerful message talking about humility and it was really hasn't been travelling to all these different congregations and hearing a lot of messages about power about defensiveness and you have to defend our country. His message released it out as a different message in one that was really tied to to the story of Jesus and the sense that We need to love and to listen to one another. I and so when I talked to pass arrest after the service and learned a little bit more about him He comes from a half Mexican half Tongan background. He played football in college and was in the process of getting his ministry degree of talking to him and he'd worked at Mariners for a few years at that point and he told me some really tough things about the experience that he had working in this predominantly white wealthy context. He occasionally got to preach at sort of the big services on Sunday morning in the big church and he said when he did so he actually had people say to him. You know. We're not used to seeing Brown people. Deliver the message were used to. Seeing Brown people be the recipient of sort of our charity at the Church and so they were really vocal about their lack of familiarity with someone who looked like him giving the sermon. He also told me about lots of times at Church that he would be mistaken for a member of the Brown ground. Screw that people come up and tell them. Oh you know you need to water here. You need to fix this plant here. He'd be in the cafe and people would come up to you. Know think that like oh. Can you get me? You know this kind of coffee so he he already had sort of this sense of discomfort with being in this congregation while at the same time he was this face in this voice for the youth of the congregation and this really powerful speaker. A lot of people saw in him in example of somebody who who they wanted to be like And so this this duality since a mission in his time at Mariners and when I talked to him about the election of two thousand sixteen. He told me that he started. Has This network those a lot of other people of color working in large evangelical megachurches and he told me that often They're put on sort of the outreach. That for the mission staff or they're placed in particular roles often not the senior pastor role not the head administrative roles but roles that sort of put them in mission or outreach type work and he said that many of them were talking to each other after the election and talking about just this feeling of and fear and worry because of many of the racial instance that happened around. Donald Trump's election. And that would happen later. Things like Charlottesville these you know Neo Nazi groups who were supporting trump and saying that. He's embracing their message into West. Told me that that when the election happened in him in these other colleagues he knew who were people of color were feeling hopeless and betrayed and worried at that same time in their church offices their white colleagues were celebrating and rejoicing. And saying this is the best thing whatever happened. He's going to be the best president we've ever had. And there was this huge disconnect and he said that as time went on there was really unwillingness By his white colleagues and colleagues and other churches to really listen to the experience of people of Color. And why this election felt in looks so different to them and there was just really an unwillingness to hear their stories. And so this whole experience is that pastor. West few months I think maybe a year after I interviewed him he ended up leaving mariners and going now to work at another church in Orange County. That was founded by another sort of person of color. Who had worked at a large mega church? Who LEFT TO START HIS OWN CHURCH? So it's it's sad to me that That there's been this closing out of those voices from Wipe megachurches but I'm also I guess hopeful that some of this might at some point. Be A wakeup call at the same time. When I talk about that I also do have to say that part of my work in the book was really blocking the Meth. That that evangelical who voted for trump were a monolith so I did spend ever really interesting chapter from Houston where I spent my time with Arab American Christians and talk to them about their support for trump but also some of their disillusionment so it was important for me to sort of show all the different phases of what it looked like in among even jobs when it came to Donald Trump. Yeah and that's not I mean that's certainly not an easy easy task and people are not caricatures like people have have depth and nuance to them. Certainly what you? What you mentioned about Pastor Tanna. I hope I'm pronouncing his name properly. And is that you know the the own assume the burden should not have been on him. In any of those ways those instances he described to you or in some instances of racism. Mike and I appreciate that that you throughout the book you you do not shy away from from indicating when things are openly racist like because. I think that's important for people that that are not people of Color for white people to be able to point out and say this is an appropriate. This is this is not the right. Sort of tenor. Or don't Ya. It's good for people to point out when things are racist And that is one the things even in your conclusion. You say you know you never know. You never tried to whitewash anything. When you saw indications of nationalism more racism in the places they visited you noted that certainly there were elements of Hyun humanity that shone through even despite those things but to your point. It's deeply unfortunate that that people chose either a political affiliation or Support of an administration. That doesn't deserve their support. Or that doesn't emulates the life of Christ in any sort way. It's just a it's a loss and it's something that. I think I grieve and I think people who whether they identify as exponential Jellicoe or what have you however they relate to that term. Personally I think it's more of an adjective than a noun. It indicates that a prior relationship. They're like tiny little death by a thousand cuts. And so the sense this this grief that the tradition that may have shaped you and may have led you to become politically liberal is so the word I want uses violently opposed to the life of Christ. And what the ethics they. He seems to have indicated in as shown in the Gospel texts. Yeah Yeah I think that there's a lot of sadness and there's a lot of wreckage and there's a lot of people trying to put the pieces back together This past for I met in El Paso Aerial Martinez He is a liberty grads Southern Baptist. Pastor working you know right at the. Us Mexico border and really trying to to see his fellow El Paso residents in his churchgoers as human beings whether they're undocumented whether they're military members whether they were for the border patrol. I really saw a lot of hope in El Paso and in him and in the stories of a lot of Latinos Christians who I met their chapter was very powerful and one of the. He's he spoke to a woman trying to find her last night. Her first name last name is Guzman Rosemary Rosemary Kouzmin. She talked about growing up in Bolivia and she talks about her own. Prejudices towards other I letting people Based on because of the media that that she was shown and she says I've changed now. I'm all gray. Not Black and white and God is okay with that and I I yeah. I appreciated that quite a bit. They that you could share that in the book. Yeah she's she's done the work That's what I'm trying to hold onto you know in these days where we're facing Iranian retaliatory strikes. Were you know murdering people around the globe by drones? I'm trying to hold onto a sense of hope and the hope that I find is in the stories of a lot of these anonymous Christians around the country many of them you know not famous many of them working in places that are difficult And and many of them are evangelical of Color Christians of Color. And they're really the ones who I look to when I need to remember hope and I think that truly represent in American Christianity that for too long has allied itself with power with money with government. And that's not the legacy that Jesus desired. I don't think for the Church that were were required to be a resistance movement a movement independent of the government and movement that really HEWS closely to to the story of Jesus.

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"church irvine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"church irvine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"May mean you're on your way to being every day millionaire. That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues, the third Greek of the tour continues this theme our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. Dave. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. I mean, we we've been hatching. While tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, what's that? Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. And so you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you've got to be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So you got all traffic in LA. And I know the book signing is tonight at the barn. Of noble at the grove at farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic. And and everybody else is going to become an everyday Megan airplay follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality. Because I am a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't heritage enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might have already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand right? So that did not cause them they did inherit money, but then caused them to do that then caused them to remain here. They were already a millionaire or they got it. So late that they're millionaires. The million was already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information. It's the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you're a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has this is not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy. There's easy everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But but this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a fire plan, and that's what we walked around the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have the statistics from over ten thousand millionaires. We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenge. Is that they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream Lee hardworking people like Condoleeza Rice said it entrees summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all it matters is where you're going. I love that quote attitude, so Los Angeles, here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars giving away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard, again a thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money event at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course, Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's one thousand dollar giveaway. There as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars and giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you up with ability the investing that causes your being everyday million. This all works together. It's not an accident on Friday will be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really really soon. Busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave still got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extend it a couple of weeks. Really, no..

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"church irvine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"church irvine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues with our Greek of the tour continues this theme our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. They've I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. I mean, we like we've been hatching his name for a while. In a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now, Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, what's not, Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you've got to be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So I know you got all traffic in LA. And I know the book shining is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove at farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic. And and everybody else is going to become an every day. Megan airplay, follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it. That does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality. Because I am a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't hear it enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand right? So that did not cause them they did inherit money, but they didn't caused them to do that. Then caused them to remain here. They were already a millionaire or they got it. So late that they're millionaire the millionaire's already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talk to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information. It's the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle-class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have silver spoon or this idea that you are a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just fall. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has this is not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy. There's easy everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that the it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a fire plan, and that's what we walk through in the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have to the statistics from over ten thousand. Millionaire's? We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenges that they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and intriguingly hardworking people like Condoleeza Rice said entrees summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all it matters is where you're going. I love that quote editor so Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars given away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard, again a thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money. Event at Mariners church and Irvine Christian. I'll be doing that together. And then of course, Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's one thousand dollar giveaway there as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars and giveaways and all that. So you won't be Smartvestor connects you up with ability to the investing the causes your being everyday millionaires. Yeah. This all works together. It's not an accident on Friday will be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really really soon. Busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave show got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extended a couple of weeks, really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I wanna see you. You all have always treated me fantastic. And really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's going to take you where you wanna go. This is not an accident. The American dream is available. And I'm coming to see you to prove it to you. Well, it is available. It's hard. It's not easy. Not everyone will pay the price that you have to pay to win. And then I guess it's comfortable to take a victim narrative, if you're not willing to pay the price to win, and that's just sad because we want better for you than that. We believe in you, wean you're proud of you. We know that you can do this stuff. And we think that hope is alive, and well, and it's not pollyanna, and it's not just some kind of false positive thinking thing. This is statistical facts of exactly what occurred and it gives you a model to follow. And if you follow the model, it's best practices. You will be one of the everyday millionaires that we're talking about. And we're meeting people everywhere there now self identifying they're walking up to us whispering of everyday. Fleck? They don't want.

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"church irvine" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"church irvine" Discussed on WLAC

"You're on your way to being every day millionaire. That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues with our Greek of the tour continues. This is a theme. Our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. Dave. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. Feels like we've been hatching this for a while. In a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, what's not, Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. You've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you gotta be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So you got traffic in LA, and I know the book signing is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove. Farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic. And and everybody else is going to become an everyday millionaire play follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality because I'm a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't heritage enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand right? So that did not cause them it did inherit money, but then KamAz them to do that then caused them to remain are there already a millionaire or they got it. So late that they're the millionaires already on. It's way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information is the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you're a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has is not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy. There's easy everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But but this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a syrup fire plan, and that's what we walk through in the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have the statistics from over ten thousand. Millionaire's? We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenges that they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream Lee hardworking people 'cause like Condoleeza Rice said entree summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all it matters is where you're going. I love that quote, I to editor so Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars giving away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard again thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart. Event at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course on Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's a thousand dollar giveaway there as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you up with ability to the investing the causes your being everyday millionaires. This all works together. It's not an accident on Friday will be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really releasing busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave still got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extend it a couple of weeks. Really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I want to see you. You all have always treated me fantastic. And and really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's going to take you where you wanna go. This is not an accident. The American dream is available. And I'm coming to see you to prove to you. Well, it is available. It's hard. Yeah. It's not easy. Not everyone will pay the price that you have to pay to win. And then I guess it's comfortable to take a victim narrative, if you're not willing to pay the price to win, and that's just sad because we want better for you than that. We believe in you, wean you're proud of you. We know that you can do this stuff. And we think that hope is alive, and well, and it's not pollyanna, and it's not just some kind of false positive thinking thing. This is statistical facts of exactly what occurred and it gives you a model to follow. And if you follow the model, it's best practices. You will be one of the everyday millionaires that we're talking about. And we're meeting people everywhere there now self identifying they're walking up to us and whispering everyday. Fleck?.

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"church irvine" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"church irvine" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"May mean you're on your way to being every day millionaire. That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues the third Greek of the tour continues. This is a team our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. Dave. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. Feels like we've been hatching this for a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing, Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you've got to be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So I know you got all traffic in LA, and I know the book signing is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove. That farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave the traffic, and and everybody else is going to become an everyday Megan airplay follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it. That does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality because I'm a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't heritage enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might have already had two million and then inherited two hundred dollars. Right. So that did not cause them did inherit money, but then caused them to do that been caused them to remain there. There were already a millionaire or they got it. So late that they're millionaire the millionaire's already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talk to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that its bailable? This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information. It's the largest study ever done of millionaires in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you are a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has it's not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy physi- everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But but it this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a fire plan, and that's what we walk through in the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have the the statistics from over ten thousand millionaires. We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walked through some of the obstacles and challenge. That they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream Lee hardworking people like Condoleeza Rice said it entree summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all that matters is where you're going. I love that quote to Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars given away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard again thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money vent at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course on Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's a thousand dollar giveaway. There as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars an giveaways and all that. So you you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you with ability to the investing that causes your being everyday millionaire. She on this all works together. It's not an accident on Friday. It will be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really really soon. Busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave still got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extended a couple of weeks, really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I want to see you. You all always treated me fantastic. And really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's going to take you where you wanna go. This.

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"church irvine" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"church irvine" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"May mean you're on your way to being every day millionaire. That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues, the third Greek of the tour continues this theme our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. They've I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. I mean, we feel like we've been hatching a while sitting on in a while. But tha. Amaro Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles. At Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be LA into do. This really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, it's not Dave. We're also going to be giving away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you've got to be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So I know you gotta traffic in LA, and I know the book signings tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove at farmers market. But I also know somebody's going. Get a thousand dollars for braving the traffic, and and everybody else is going to become an everyday millionaire follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim and tally because I'm a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't hair it enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. And the words they might already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand so that did not cause them they did inherit money, but that caused them to do that then caused them to be made or they're already million here or they got it. So late that they're millionaire was the million is already on its way. And so what we can determine from. These numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that its vailable? This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information. It's the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were. Lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you are person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course..

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"church irvine" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"church irvine" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"May mean you're on your way to being every day millionaire. That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues the third Greek of the tour continues. This theme our talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks of in very blinding. It really has Dave I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we began awhile back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. I mean, we feel like we've been hatching this while. A while on a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event hair in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, it's not Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you've got to be present order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So I know you gotta traffic in LA, and I know the book signings tonight at Barnes and noble. At the grove at farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave the traffic, and and everybody else is going to become an everyday millionaire. If they follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality because I'm a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't hair it enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand so that did not cause them did inherit money, but then caused them to do that then cause them to be made here. They're already millionaires or they got it. So late that they're millionaire was the millions. Already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's valuable. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information. It's the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less around eighty. Percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class are below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you are person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course..

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"church irvine" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"church irvine" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire female or continues to third Greek of the tour continues. This is a theme. Our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. Dave. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. We was like we'd been hatch. Hatching is name for a while. In a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him, and it's fun to be in L A, and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first we'll be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just book signing. No, not Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you gotta be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement. Started. So you got all traffic in LA, and I know the book signing tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove at farmers market. But I also know somebody's going to get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic and everybody else is going to become an every day. Megan airplay, follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it. That does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality because I'm a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't Herod enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might have already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand so that did not cause them they did inherit money, but then calls them to do that been caused remain. They're already millionaire or they got it. So late that they're millionaire the millionaire's already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false vs millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you're a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just fall. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy. There's easy everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But but this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But they've reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way. Now getting distracted, right? Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a fire plan, and that's what we walk through the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have the the statistics from over ten thousand millionaires. We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walked through some of the obstacles and challenges that they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold on. I'm back. They were very very focused and in Greenlee hardworking people Condoleeza Rice showed entrees summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all matters is where you're going. I love that quote to so Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be shining books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars giving away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present. To win must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard, again a thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money event at Mariners church and Irvine Christian. I'll be doing that together. And then of course on Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's one thousand dollar giveaway there as well. Again, all of this brought to you by. The Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor you with ability to the investing that causes your being every day. Megan she was all works together. It's not an accident on Friday will be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really really soon. Busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave still got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extended a couple of weeks, really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I wanna see you. You all have always treated me fantastic. And really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's going to take you where you wanna go. This is not an accident. The American dream is available. And I'm coming to see you to prove it to you. It is available. It's hard. It's not easy. Not everyone will pay the price that you have to pay to win. And then I guess it's comfortable to take victim narrative, if you're not willing to pay the price to win, and that's just sad. Yeah. Because we want better for you than that. We believe in you Weiner. You're proud of you. We know that you can do this stuff. And we think that hope is alive, and well, and it's not pollyanna, and it's not just some kind of false positive thinking thing. This is the typical facts of exactly what occurred and it gives you a model to follow. And if you follow the model, it's best practices. You will be one of the everyday millionaires that we're talking about. And we're meeting people everywhere there now self identifying walking up tuition whisper. Don't want to brag about it that they're proud. But they're proud and there's nothing wrong with that. You're coming out in California, and you are an everyday millionaire. I want you to come up shake my hand and lean in and just because it's good for me to hear it. Yell to the store. I promise I won't. But I want you to give me a wink and tell me Chris common everyday millionaire, and when I shake your hand, I'll know I'll know it's an accident. You made a decision to start to feel your family tree in a whole new direction. The.

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"church irvine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"church irvine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The third Greek of the tour continues this theme our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. Dave. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. Like we've been hatching this for a while. In a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, what's not, Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you gotta be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book, I prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So I know you got all traffic in LA, and I know the book signing is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove. Farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic and everybody else was going to become an every day. Megan airplay, follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality. Because I am a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't hear it enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might have already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand right? So that did not cause them they did it here money, but they've been caused them to do that then caused them to be made. Are there already a millionaire or they got it? So late that they're millionaire the millionaire's already on its. Way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information is the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you're a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has office. This is not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy physi- everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book. But but this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a fire plan, and that's what we walked around the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have the the statistics from over ten thousand. Millionaire's? We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenges that they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream Lee hardworking people there's like Condoleeza Rice said it entrees summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all that matters is where you're going. I love that quote to editor so Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars given away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out to the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard, again a thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money. Any event at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course, Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's one thousand dollar giveaway there as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you up with ability to the investing that causes your being. This all works together. It's not an accident on Friday. It'll be Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really really soon. Busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave still got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extended a couple of weeks, really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I wanna see you. You all have always treated me fantastic. And and really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's going to take you where you wanna go. This is not an accident. The American dream is available. And I'm coming to see you to prove it to you. Well, it is available. It's hard. Yeah. It's not easy. Not everyone will pay the price that you have to pay to win. And then I guess it's comfortable to take a victim narrative, if you're not willing to pay the price to win, and that's just sad because we want better for you than that. We believe in you when you're proud of you, we know that you can do this stuff. And we think that hope is alive, and well, and it's not pollyanna, and it's not just some kind of false positive thinking thing. This is statistical facts of exactly what occurred and it gives you a model to follow. And if you follow the model, it's best practices. You will be one of the everyday millionaires that we're talking about. And we're meeting people everywhere there now self identifying they're walking up to us and whispering everyday. Flecked?.

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"That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues with our week of the tour continues. This is a theme. Our talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting and these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting time. Like, we've been hatching. In a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him, and it's fun to be in L A, and to do this really really good stuff. Now, Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing, Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you got to be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book, I prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So you got all traffic in LA. And I know the book shining is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove at farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic and everybody else is going to become an every day. Megan airfare, followed the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you? Real hope based on real facts. And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality because victim of something I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't inherit enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might have already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand right? So that did not cause them they did inherit money, but they didn't laws them to do that. Then caused them to remain there were already a millionaire or they got it. So late that there millionaire was already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have over spoon or this idea that you are person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just fall. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has options. Not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy. There's easy everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But but it this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next Wednesday thing but following a syrup fire plan, and that's what we walk through in the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We had the the statistics from over ten thousand millionaires. We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenges that they had. But guess what they didn't let it. Hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream hardworking people like Condoleeza Rice showed entree summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all it matters where you're going. I love that quote due to Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be shining books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars giving away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present. To win must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard, again a thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money event at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course, Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's one thousand dollar giveaway there as well. Again, all of this brought to you by. The Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars and giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you up with ability to the investing because you're being everyday. This all works together. It's not an action on Friday. It'll be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really releasing busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave. She'll got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extend it a couple of weeks. Really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I want to see you. You all have always treated me fantastic. And really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's gonna take you where you wanna go. This is.

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