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LYL #059 – Redefine Rich – How to Invest in Others to Live Richly

All too often, money is the center of our life. We may not admit it or say it out loud, but all of our dreams and all of our fears, and therefore all of who we are revolves around money and its crippling effects on our life. On this episode of The Live Your List Show your hosts Jerrod and Ryan we redefine rich with Matt Ham of the Redefine Rich Podcast, talk about what “rich” actually means, and why Johnny Depp still owes me $15,000.

LYL #059 - Redefine Rich - How to Invest in Others to Live Richly

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Matt Ham – Redefine Rich Podcast

 

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Matt Ham is dedicated to guiding others toward rich living.  His own experiences have led him to the understanding and freedom of a rich life, and through his RICH Principles he helps folks uncover true richness, identifying real treasure and discovering true joy and contentment.

A successful small-business owner ranking in the top 1% of all agents in his industry, Matt’s proudest title is that of husband and dad.  Matt and his wife, Liz, have three sons under the age of three, of whom the younger two are identical twins.  As an avid triathlete, Matt trains and competes in races of various distances throughout the year, including the Half Ironman.  Matt holds a degree in Communications with minors in Religious Studies and Statistics, from North Carolina State University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude.  Matt and his family make their home in Wilmington, North Carolina.

You can find Matt and his Podcast on his website here or on Twitter here

3 Ways to Redefine Rich

1. People matter most. Take care of your family…in the broadest sense of the word. HUsbands and wives take care of your spouses, parents take care of your kids, friends take care of each other, etc. etc. Provide them with emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual care and support.

2. Stop comparing yourself to others. Stop comparing your spouse, your family, your friends, or your accomplishments to others. It is a slippery slope when you start to compare your blooper reel to others’ highlight video. Also, don’t be high and mighty and compare yourself to others who might be a step behind you. 

3. Don’t worry about the results. We are a results-driven population. However, so many people are crippled by the potential results, whether it be positive or negative. You have to start living intentionally to redefine rich. 

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Don’t compare your blooper reel to others’ highlight reels.” – Ryan Eller (Tweet That) 

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