This episode is a full circle moment for me. I speak with my mentor, Chris Harder about the struggles of 2020 and how to rise above, about Chris’s full circle moment in his life, we talk money mindset, being a part of a chain reaction bot positively and negatively, the difference between being an entrepreneur and working for yourself, and the value in asking for help!
Chris Harder is an entrepreneur, investor, avid philanthropist, and podcaster.
After an 11-year career as an executive and partner in the banking industry, he retired from banking in 2011 and partnered with his wife, Lori, to start and scale four different multi-million dollar businesses, along with investing in several other successful startups.
Featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, MSNBC, CNBC, and Yahoo Finance, Chris is the host of the top-rated podcast, “For The Love Of Money,” which is aimed at helping entrepreneurs bust through their limiting money-mindset beliefs in order to become unapologetic about their pursuit of wealth and success. Chris also founded the Elite Entrepreneur Mastermind, helping seven-figure business owners scale their business through carefully curated collaboration, along with the Fast Foundations mastermind, helping entrepreneurs in their early stages of business. Chris’ core belief and motto is that “when good people make good money, they do great things!”. Chris thank you so much for coming on here today, before we get started I actually want to give the listeners some context for this interview.
Key topics from this episode:
4:02- This year has been hard
7:50- Chris’ full circle moment
14:30- Money mindset
22:37- You are a part of a chain reaction
35:35- Are you an entrepreneur?
39:16- Breaking down the idea of taking investors
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