We Are What We Do
Episode 9 | September 28, 2016
Chris Hogan talks about age versus maturity and recalls a time when five years of stupid cost him a lot of time and money. Other features include the Hear from the People segment (answers to email) and Hogan’s 3-Point Takeaway on plugging in to power sources.
0:29 – WELCOME
1:47 – AGE VS. MATURITY
15:34 – TIP OF THE DAY
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16:36 – VIP ANNOUNCEMENTS
- Enter the Retire Inspired Podcast Giveaway: You have four chances to win $250. Go to chrishogan360.com/podcast. Subscribe to the podcast and type in your information. No purchase necessary.
- Professor Hogan wants to debunk retirement jargon! Send your big, crazy, confusing financial words to email@example.com, and use the subject line PROFESSOR HOGAN. Listen to future episodes as Hogan turns financial jargon into easy-to-understand terms!
- Hogan also wants you to email your retirement dreams and retirement wins for him to read on the podcast.
18:52 – 5 YEARS OF STUPID
Chris rants about a time in his life when a car and some bad money decisions cost him a lot of time and money. Listen to the difference between borrowing and investing a large amount of money.
25:01 – 3-POINT TAKEAWAY
Jump-starting anything requires plugging in to a charged-up power source.
32:00 – HEAR FROM THE PEOPLE
Hogan reads listener emails:
- After finding his R:IQ, a man thinks Hogan should add a fourth response when people discover their number.
- A woman wants to know if it’s okay to contribute 6% toward retirement while still getting out of debt.
- A woman asks about retirement advice for people in their 60s.
40:41 – RALLY CRY WRAP-UP
41:45 – CALL TO ACTION
- Don’t forget to enter the Retire Inspired Podcast Giveaway! You could be one of four people to win $250. Go to com/podcast. Subscribe to the podcast and enter your information. No purchase necessary.
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