Episode 061: Chris Hogan – The 7 Baby Steps To Take Control Of Your Money… Retire Inspired

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Episode 061: Chris Hogan – The 7 Baby Steps To Take Control Of Your Money… Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan is a really interesting leader.  I’ve seen him speak to large groups of people on two separate occasions and he always brings a ton of energy to the stage.  Mix that with his deep baritone voice and it makes for a unique leader!

A former national champion and all-American football player, Chris Hogan has never backed down from a challenge. But how did he find his way off the gridiron and onto the path of helping others achieve financial peace?

Once his playing days were over, Hogan served as the vice president of a well-respected mortgage company helping clients manage their money and their businesses. In the process, he realized that too many marriages and families were being adversely impacted by financial issues because they could not communicate openly and honestly about money. Hogan realized that the way people were counseled about money had to change. That’s when he met Dave Ramsey.

Today, Hogan helps spread the message of hope and financial peace to audiences across the country. Chris helps people plan for their future and reach their retirement goals through his Retire Inspired Live Events and R:IQ Assessment tool. Hogan works with high profile clients, including business leaders, professional athletes and entertainers, to help them develop financial strategies to generate revenue, protect their wealth, and secure their futures.

Episode 061: Chris Hogan – The 7 Baby Steps… Retire Inspired

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“The 7 baby steps: 1) Start an emergency fund  2)Pay off all debt but the house 3) 3 to 6 months of expenses in savings 4) Invest 15% of Household Income Into Retirement 5) College Funding For Children 6)Pay Off Home Early 7) Build Wealth and Give.”

Some Questions I Ask:

  • What are common characteristics all high performers share?
  • What are DISC profiles and how do they help you lead?
  • How did you meet Dave Ramsey?
  • How do highly demanding people work successfully with relational type people?
  • If you had only 5 minutes to give financial advice to a person, what would you say?
  • Why did you feel the need to write the book “Retire Inspired”?
  • Would you ever branch off away from Dave Ramsey?
  • How do you handle people who doubt your message and your “haters?”

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • The 7 baby steps and how you can implement them into your life
  • Having a growth mindset and the importance of it
  • Public speaking preparation skills
  • The process to become a millionaire
  • Why it’s bad for a startup to have all “high D’s”
  • The many different ways to lead

“There are 15,000 to 19,000 people retiring daily.  I want to help them.” – Chris Hogan

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Episode 002: How To Take Over And Set Bigger Goals With Chris Brogan

Episode 004: How Todd Wagner (and Mark Cuban) Sold Broadcast.com To Yahoo! For $5.7 Billion

Episode 010: Shane Snow – How To Accelerate Success Using Smart Cuts

Did you enjoy the podcast?

This episode was absolutely jam packed with great information on a variety of topics.  Chris Hogan is definitely a leader who is always striving to improve and help others.  Who do you know that needs to hear this?  Send them to The Learning Leader Show!

Episode edited by the great J Scott Donnell

Bio from ChrisHogan360.com  

A former national champion and all-American football player, Chris Hogan has never backed down from a challenge. But how did he find his way off the gridiron and onto the path of helping others achieve financial peace?

Once his playing days were over, Hogan served as the vice president of a well-respected mortgage company helping clients manage their money and their businesses. In the process, he realized that too many marriages and families were being adversely impacted by financial issues because they could not communicate openly and honestly about money. Hogan realized that the way people were counseled about money had to change. That’s when he met Dave Ramsey.

Today, Hogan helps spread the message of hope and financial peace to audiences across the country. Chris helps people plan for their future and reach their retirement goals through his Retire Inspired Live Events and R:IQ Assessment tool. Hogan works with high profile clients, including business leaders, professional athletes and entertainers, to help them develop financial strategies to generate revenue, protect their wealth, and secure their futures.

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