Chris Naugle has dedicated his life to being America’s #1 Money Mentor. His success includes managing over 30 million dollars in assets in the financial services and advisory industry and tens of millions in real estate business, with over 200 transactions and an HGTV pilot show. In 20 years, Chris has built and owned 16 companies, with his businesses being featured in Forbes, ABC, and House Hunters. He is currently the co-founder and CEO of FlipOut Academy™, founder of The Money School™, and Money Mentor for The Money Multiplier. Innovating what it takes to break the chains of financial slavery, Chris is driven to deliver the financial knowledge that fuels lasting freedom. To date, he has spoken to and taught over ten thousand Americans.
In today’s episode, Chris gets into how life changed when he put “we” in front of everything. He explains why you want to learn from people that have real freedom, and he also lets us know that we need to change where our money goes first and what it will do for you. Check it out!
Chris and His Experience with Self-Education
The Mastermind Effect: 02:24
Let’s dive into this. Our ability to learn, in my mind, has changed over the last 5 to 10 years. When you and I were younger, it was textbooks, teachers, friends, family, and co-workers. Before we were talking and we started this, we were talking about how like masterminds for you back in 2014 and for me in 2019, How has your educational journey changed from your early years versus today?
Chris Naugle: 02:51
It’s changed dramatically. In my early years, I would always use traditional knowledge, where you get all your knowledge, whether it was school, college, or you just went to any of those traditional sources.
I’ve had a roller coaster of life with lots of failures. One of the biggest failures ever, talking about Thailand, landed me in Thailand for a month. I remember when I came back, I went to an event where I heard some top-level, high, multi-millionaire-type people speaking about what they did, and it was the opposite of everything I’d learned. That’s where I think everything changed for me. I realized I had to get off the bandwagon and the train going on the traditional side. I had to get into the side where masterminds live, where you learn from the wealthy and get wisdom instead of knowledge spoon-fed to you. Everything’s changed since then.
The Mastermind Effect: 03:45
Do you feel that masterminds are still kind of a hidden gem? If you google mastermind, and I talked about this on a real early episode. It was like you could find mastermind in sports. He’s the mastermind of this. You hear the mastermind bank robber, or you start going into the world of masterminds, and you’re going to see Tony Robbins. You’re going to see all these other names. Do you feel it’s still kind of like a hidden gem that people are still learning about?
Chris Naugle: 04:15
It’s got a lot of evolving to do when I think of a mastermind. All those things you said do not come to mind. I always go back to Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. I think of that kind of mastermind being around people that are in a much better place, or they’re where I want to be, and I get to surround myself with greatness. To me, a lot of the masterminds are doing that today. I think masterminds are a hot thing
I go to a ton of masterminds. The best ones are not where you focus on sitting in a room and learning a bunch of stuff there where you’re up doing experiences. We can learn so much more through an experience with a group of like-minded people than we actually For kids sitting in a room, trying to absorb everything, take notes as quick as we can. If you just get out there and have an experience with somebody, that bond is what connects you, and it’s not even that you’re just there to learn. It’s you’re there to connect. Those are the most powerful masterminds and the ones that I certainly spend a lot of money to go on because they’re an experienced-driven mastermind.
The Mastermind Effect: 05:21
You said Thailand, and that’s where I’d met Steve. That mastermind changed the trajectory of what I’m doing now. I wouldn’t be doing the podcast, and I wouldn’t be on here with you. I wouldn’t be building another company or finding a life of purpose because of learning from other people’s experiences. I kept sitting in the same room. I was like, “This is what I do for a living, I’m successful, and I’ve stayed this.” I kept just staying in that room. I couldn’t get out. Everyone’s like, “Oh, we’re doing it differently over here.” Eventually, I was just like, “Am I on a merry-go-round? What if I can go to something, learn from other people in different industries, and then take it and plug and play like how it pertains to me.”
You’re right, and it’s absolutely amazing the trajectory that you go on. People in general, I think there are so many ways to learn right now. It’s almost overwhelming. Some people learn from an accountability buddy, a mastermind, an online course, and lots of ways to learn. Who are you currently learning from, and more importantly, how did you connect and find them?
Chris Naugle: 06:24
Before I do that, you just said something important. I often think about this. We live in a very interesting time, a digital age, where we know the price of everything but the value of nothing. When we come into how we learn today and where we get our knowledge, I think we used to focus so much. I loved how you said how we used to do it, like the DNI meetings where it’s me, me, me. You stand up, you give your pitch, and you sit down. I used to do a lot of that stuff. I used to think that’s where I was learning, but that was absolutely where I wasn’t learning because it was me. Until I put “we” in front of that, that’s when everything was different is. When I started focusing on helping other people get what they want more than I ever focused on what I would get out of that, I started getting so much more.
The key people in my life, I have many mentors. I’ve had so many mentors over time. What I’ve done is I’ve really figured out what does my perfect day looks like? In other words, if I could live my perfect day, every day, I have to understand what that perfect day looks like from the time I open my eyes and take my first breath in the morning to the moment I close my eyes and go to sleep. I know that day. So what I do is I try to find people living what I would call their perfect day every day like, Steve Sims, Greg Reid, and Randy Garnes of the world. These are high producers, very well-known people, and I look at their life more than what they’re putting out there. I look at their lifestyle. Are they living freedom? When I find that, that’s the person I want to learn from, and that’s the only person I want to focus my energy on. I will go anywhere, at any expense, to be with that person to learn how they did what they did. That, to me, is how I build. That’s how I learn. That’s how I connect. And that’s how I network today.
The Mastermind Effect: 08:15
Yes, and you’ve built an unbelievable business that continues to thrive. My guess is it really changed when you realized you put yourself in a room that you might feel uncomfortable, but you could learn from others’ experiences through an experience in itself. Does that sound kind of in the realm when you really started taking off?
Chris Naugle: 08:33
Absolutely. The biggest moment when I started taking off was when I started thinking or believing that I didn’t know everything. Will Rogers made a quote, and it was so profound to me. He says the biggest problem in America is not what people don’t know. The biggest problem in America is what people think they know that just ain’t so. I used to be that “think I know, but just ain’t so” guy. I used to think I knew everything because I was a high-level financial advisor. So when I was talking to people, I was the big guy in the room. I always wanted to be the big guy in the room. Today, I want to be the little guy in the room. I want to be surrounded by giants. That took me getting over that ego. Because that’s really what that is Will Rogers was talking about, his ego. But so many people never get over that. They think they know what they don’t know because of conditioning and what they’ve learned their whole lives. That moment for me when I was open to receiving that, unfortunately, took my whole life to be shattered around me twice. 2008 and 2014 are my two big things. When I was at that bottom, I literally had to disconnect, and I had to go to Thailand. I went to Bangkok, and then I went to Chiang Mai. Then I went to Phuket, and then I went out to Koh Pipi islands. There, I realized I was pretty close to the bottom, and I was willing to receive and accept. That’s when it all started changing.
The Mastermind Effect: 09:49
I appreciate you sharing that with us. Not everyone sits there. They only see the end game and what they’ve gotten, but they don’t realize that the road to success is built into skeletons and dead bodies. How many times people like Chris and all these other amazing people we’ve had on the podcast, they’ve gotten burnt, they’ve gotten broke? But they continue to stand up and surround themselves with smarter people. You got to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Not a day goes by that I don’t sit there and have an uncomfortable thought, like, “Oh my gosh, I’m going to be in this room with Chris. Oh, my gosh, I’m going to be in this room with someone.” Can I just rise to the occasion? I think that’s where you want to be more interested than interesting, is what someone said to me once.
Chris Naugle: 10:35
On that same topic, people have a view in their mind of what success is. Then, when they get there, they think they’ve made it right. They call that the arrival syndrome. That’s great when everything’s about to start going down. Your goals and the things that you’re shooting for should be a moving target. I always like to say the journey is just beginning because it doesn’t matter the success. Everybody measures it differently. Some people measure success when I get the G Wagen and the Porsche or when I have the big house. Success is nothing about material things. Talk to any successful person, any wealthy person, all the people you’ve had on there, and they don’t talk about the things they have. They talk about their experiences. They enjoy those experiences because of their surroundings, the people that they’re around, and their freedom. That’s what success is, and you’ll never hit it. If you think it’s a number, how much I have in my bank, or how many toys I have, you’ll never ever get there. Even if you do, the next step will be a very steep ride down the hill because that’s the arrival syndrome. Don’t ever arrive; always seek.
The Mastermind Effect: 11:45
I believe it. I’ve lived it. When I first started my first business, it was like, “Okay, once I hit this number, then it’s something.” Then, you hit it sooner than what you set out, you’re like, “Well, that didn’t feel the same, so let me bump it up even more.” Then you hit it at a quicker time, and you’re like, “Well, that still didn’t feel anything.” When you set your success or what you think is success to a number, it’s going to let you down every time. I guarantee that it will let you down every time,
Chris Naugle: 12:11
Every time and there’s so much that. You said that because you’ve been there and you’ve experienced that. If you don’t think for a second, like my statement I made wasn’t because I was that guy that was like, “Okay, well, when I hit this, when I’m making this when I have this, like that’s, I was always working to that.” The biggest thing and why I think so many people are doing that is what we were taught to do. Everything that we do is because of pre-programming and conditioning and something in our life. It’s been proven. Whatever those things that you’ve been taught, those are your belief systems.
There’s this neat video on Google called the Backward Bicycle. It’s about how we learn how to ride a bike one way. Turn the wheel to the right, it goes to the right, and so on. But if we change just one thing in that bicycle or turn the handlebars to the right, the bike actually went to the left; not one of us could ride that backward bicycle because only one thing changed there. That one change took that habit that we learned one way, and it changed it. People think of everything as what they’ve learned because they’re like, “Hey, this is the habit I built, this is what I’ve been taught.” That’s what they accept is everything. They’re always setting themselves up to fail because every day in your life, you should be looking for that backward bicycle that pivots that you can make. Those are what is going to get you to the moon.
People are always striving for success for them, for the “me.” Success should be about when you can help others solve their problem. Once you hit that level of thinking, where every single thing you do, day in and day out, is to solve somebody else’s problem and help somebody else get where they want to be, your level of success will be like you’ve seen the stock market lately. Until you hit that point where giving is more important than what you have, unfortunately, it’s going to be a tough road. People just have to walk that road themselves until they learn that life is not the short time we have here on this earth and this planet. It is about what we do for others and what problems we solve for other people, not what problems we solve for ourselves. That’s the barrier.
The Mastermind Effect: 14:23
Lead with the give mentality. We talk about that all the time, whether it’s in the solo shows or the interviews. Lead with the give mentality, and you will be amazed. They’ll come to you, and they will offer you their business if you help solve a problem for them and if you help make their life easier. The road to success drastically changes when you put on a different lens.
Chris Naugle: 15:04
You’re absolutely correct. I have a unique story that goes right to that. It’s somebody you’ve had on your podcast, Greg Reid, who we both know. I remember those hard times, like when that second big crash happened in my life in 2014. I went to his mastermind at his house, and I remember it was $5,000. And I did not have five grand, and I maxed the credit card out to be there. I went there with my tail between my legs, proverbially. I was seeking something. I was a financial advisor, and I was in real estate. I’m like, “What should I be doing?” I was so lost, and I was looking for a direction.
I remember I pulled him aside, and I said, “Greg, I need the best advice you can give me.” He knew a little bit about my scenario. He puts his hand on my shoulder, leans into me, and he says, “Chris, I’m going to give you the best advice I can ever give you.” And I’ll ask Greg, “Yes, give it to me.” He leans in more, and he says, “Give your best stuff away for free.” And I’m like, “Okay, Greg, I just that five grand plus hotel plus flights here.” And he was like, “ I was pretty excited when you said, you’re going to give me your best stuff, and that’s what you got for me.” He didn’t say that to him. But he did comment. He’s like, “I know, you don’t understand this today.” He says, “If you do that, what will happen is some people never need you because you gave them everything they needed. And that’s good. He said, but the 90 plus percent of the people that you do that for will follow you through everything you do because you gave them your best stuff for free.
The Mastermind Effect: 16:29
This was 2014, right? I want to lead in this because Chris is being modest. You’ve managed over $30 million in assets. You’ve had the HGTV pilot show and hundreds of 1000s of transactions. And in 2014, you’re like, “five grand man, where am I gonna come up with this?” But you figured it out.
I know you’re on the financial side, but the best investment is yourself. It is better than the stock market and better than the housing market because you can’t control those; I’m in both of them, but I can’t control them. You looked internally and said, “I’m going to invest in the one thing I can control. The ROI on myself is higher than anything else out there.” You’re living proof. You reinvest it in yourself, and you found a whole new world, and look at you now.
Chris Naugle: 17:16
It’s funny, and I don’t ever talk about what I make and all that. But it’s drastically different than it was. That is what I changed to start investing myself today. I spent hundreds of 1000s between mentors and masterminds, and the things all in self-help, whatever you want to call it. It’s me feeling this thing.
Most importantly, when I go to these events and get around these people, it’s not about what they can do for me. It’s just about learning how their journey took them and what they did, and the mistakes because if I can just cut off one of those mistakes, my journey becomes much faster than theirs. That’s the thing that most successful people are the most willing to share with others. They always are. That’s what I do, and it doesn’t come at a low cost.
There are two things successful people do: they invest their time or their money. The really good ones do both, and that’s what I do. My time is very limited. I have a nine-month-old; my whole life’s changed. I have somebody else that I have to actually take and give my time to and make sure I’m available. Now every minute counts of my life. So if I’m going to invest my time, I’m going to do it very strategically. Then I’m always going to invest my money if I’m willing to invest my time.
The Mastermind Effect: 18:37
Yes, it’s by time. It’s by purpose. It’s by design. It’s not by chance. It’s not by spray and pray. It has a purpose behind it.
Speaking of masterminds, I feel we get stuck. Sometimes we don’t know how to execute what’s in our head. How have masterminds helps you when you’re looking to see around the corner or when you’re looking at before you step into a landmine? How have they helped you succeed and see around corners and when you feel that you’re getting stuck and don’t know how to get out of your own head?
Chris Naugle: 19:09
It’s very simple. It’s the people you surround yourself with at the mastermind. It’s not what you learn there. It’s the people you’re around. You go to masterminds because of the network and who you get to rub shoulders with.
So how has it cut things off? For example, we’ll use seminars and events. I have a seminar company. When we first started, I wanted to know what are the things to do and not do. So what I did is from the masterminds, I found all the guys that ran these 100 plus million dollar seminar companies, and I said, “Hey, if I’m doing XYZ, what would you recommend?” And they’re like, “Oh, the first thing you should do is to get an SEC attorney. Have them review every single thing that you have, and listen to them intently. By the way, do this And oh, by the way, never shy away from spending more on marketing. He says when things are going so good, and you can’t even handle the business, spend more.” All those little things. For me, if I never had those people that have done I and they could tell me, I would have probably done the opposite. Those are the things they help you with that take your business from one level and just catapult you to another level very efficiently. All you had to do is stop, be quiet, and listen. Then ask for advice when you need it. And that’s what I’ve done.
The Mastermind Effect: 20:37
Knowing to ask the right question in the right order can literally save you 10s of 1000s, hundreds of 1000s, or millions of dollars. Just stopping and listening to those people.
Speaking of education, masterminds have been around for a long time. Probably the first one was the apostles if you think about it. Then Benjamin Franklin creates the Judo club. And then Napoleon Hill writes the book, which really rounds it out and solidifies a mastermind. Where do you see the parallels going forward between self-education and standard education?
Chris Naugle: 21:23
I’ve literally never been a huge proponent of the traditional education system. I think it’s very skewed. It’s very archaic in the way that they do things. I’m going to experiment with Vivi, obviously. I want her to have the experience of going to school, but I also want to spend a lot of time teaching her the life lessons, the things about being just a good human being, that gift of giving, and how important that is. I’m in the money space. So all the money stuff that you never ever learned in school. The traditional methods of education are important from a pure bonding and standpoint of friends and getting the basics.
We’re at such a different time in all of our lives that I think you’re going to see a drastic change in how learning, education, and knowledge are passed on to the next couple of generations. Especially right now, with the COVID babies. This is a weird dynamic. Kids today were taken out of school for how long a year or longer. They had to find other methods to do things. That’s what you’re going to see a lot more of.
What to Expect from Chris Naugle
The Mastermind Effect: 24:34
We’re talking about return on investment in yourself. When someone invests in themselves, they have a better than a vague idea of the outcome; if they implement. It’s not just sitting on the couch on the mastermind side. As the member or the consumer, you have to implement what’s going on there to see results. What should someone expect when they enter Chris’s reality and work with you?
Chris Naugle: 24:58
The first thing is to show up with the idea that you’re here to listen, meet other people, and go through an experience. I’ll reiterate that I’m in the money space. We talk a lot about being in control of your outcomes, being in control of your money, and your financial future. When you come, and you’re willing to learn from me, you have to be exactly that. You have to be willing to change your mindset because the things you’ve been taught your whole life might not be exactly the truth. When you start hearing the truth, it hurts your body, and everything is going to fight it because it’s the complete opposite of everything you’ve been taught your entire life.
Back to Will Rogers, the problem isn’t what people don’t know. Show up with the idea that what you don’t know and what you think you know are two very different things. But you think you know is what’s going to hold you back. Those are the people I can’t help, who think they know everything because of some pre-conditioning that they’ve had. I can’t help people like that. I call them the 95 percenters.
This was a thing that was done a while ago. If you took 100 20-year olds, and you asked them all if they’re going to be multimillionaires or successful at the age of 65, 100% of those 20-year-olds would say yes. Yet when we fast forward to 65, the day where they all should be multimillionaires and successful, only five of them are financially successful, statistically, by Social Security Administration. What happened to that 95%? Those 95 people that were vibrant 20-year-old saying, “Nothing you could ever tell me that’s going to make it, so I’m not going to be successful at 65?” The answer is 95 of them decided to conform with what other people told them their life should look like and what other people told them they should do. Only five of them went out there and created. Creation is the most powerful thing, and so few people out there create because it’s hard. Conforming is easy. Society wants us to conform to everything, but creation is the big differentiator.
The Mastermind Effect: 27:07
If you look at it, it’s the 95 percenters out there. It’s the last moment when you still have the kid in you, the creativity in you, the motivation in you. It’s not that we grow up and out of it. We just beat it out of ourselves. The system, the cog, or whatever you want to call it beats the kid, the ingenuity and creativity, that dreamer, and that Disney-like mentality. It says, “nope, you now need to sit in this box.” My favorite thing is when people like, “I think outside the box.” I’m like, “What do you mean to think outside the box? Just don’t have a box.” No one has a box. You don’t think outside of it. There’s just there’s no box.
The people that you work with, I’m sure from time to time, surprise you every day. Share a success story of someone that worked with you, and what was the outcome because of that?
Chris Naugle: 28:00
There are so many, but I got to talk about Devin. He saw me on a podcast of all things. He saw me on a real estate podcast that I spoke on. He heard what I was talking about and what we do. Then he said, “Man, that just sounds too good to be true.” He was so intrigued that he dug in, and he went to my YouTube channel and watched a bunch of videos. Then he got that call with me, which sometimes can take 30 days, and he waited. We ended up helping him out, get him set up on his banking policies and everything else.
The funniest thing is he immediately the day that he could take his money, he applied for that money in a way that I had never thought of. He uses it in real estate in a way that just blows my mind. So fast forward. Number one, he made money five times on that transaction instead of making money once like you used to. Then he was so intrigued that he started telling people about it. Today, he’s all licensed up. He’s like a rock star on Tiktok with millions of views. It just started with that guy that said this sounds too good to be true. Today, he’s crushing and impacting millions of people’s lives. He only uses Tiktok and Instagram. That’s just one story.
Chris Naugle: 29:29
Give us a little bit more. So you’ve got the money school. You know someone’s like, “Hey, okay. They’ve kind of heard us touch about finances real estate mindset masterminds.” What is the money school simplified for someone saying, “Oh, that’s for me?”
Chris Naugle: 29:46
It’s very simple. We teach people how to solve their money problem by taking back control of their money, hands down. That’s all we do with money school. The money multiplier teaches people how just changing one thing in their life can change an entire dynamic and take back control because we have been taught our entire lives not to be in control of our money.
The Mastermind Effect: 30:06
I want you, as the listener, to realize one thing. That sometimes, the most difficult things in life is the simplest. Moving one thing, that’s what Chris is telling. He’s not like, “Okay, this is a 12-month process where you’re going to have to move 15 different things over a quarterly period.”
Chris Naugle: 30:25
It is. I didn’t invent this. This isn’t something I came up with. This is something that’s been being done for hundreds of years. Unfortunately, it’s only been used up, most recently, by the wealthiest families, like the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, the Ray Kroc, and the Walt Disney’s. I didn’t get exposed to it when I was a financial advisor and was never taught this at all. In almost 20 years career, I was never shown this. I learned this from wealthy individuals.
I was in Salt Lake City at the Cheesecake Factory, and Mike, one of the guys I borrowed a lot of money from in real estate, started telling me about this thing he did. When I heard it, I was like, “No, it doesn’t work that way.” That’s there’s no way, and I had to get out of my head. When I learned this, I went around, studied all these multimillionaires and billionaires, and started asking him all the same thing: Are you doing this? Are you using this? How are you doing it? Every single one of them was doing this, and I’m like, “You guys are all doing this, and I’ve never known about this.”
It involves changing just one thing in your life, adding one step, and that’s it. That one step is not working harder or longer, not taking on more risk, not giving up control of your money. It’s just changing where your money goes first. That’s it. When I saw that, in the simplicity, as you said, but therein lies the problem. It’s so simple and yet makes so much logical sense. But the problem is it’s the complete opposite of every single thing you’ve learned. You remember, I talked about that backward bicycle; that’s the equivalent of this. You’ve been taught money works a certain way your entire life. Now, when you learn what I do, all of a sudden, I’m going to shatter everything you’ve learned. I’m going to change it because this is what the wealthy have done for hundreds of years that we haven’t been taught.
The Mastermind Effect: 32:19
I’m on my edge wanting to ask you my last question because we only have a few left. I’m going to hold it to the end because it pertains to what we’re talking about here. I always want the listeners to know that the last question is always pretty consistent. So they can implement it, and they listen to the end.
So just a few more. I think in times of prosperity, it’s easier to win. It’s easy to win when the world’s winning, but ingenuity and creativity come when we feel the squeeze. You’ve had that ingenuity happened to you when you felt the squeeze. What’s something that you’re working on right now that’s going to take place over the next 12 months that excites you?
Chris Naugle: 33:05
There are so many things I’m working on right now, and it’s hard to pick just one of them. The number one thing we’re working on is our community MSTV. It’s just one place where everybody can go. It’s incredibly inexpensive. I wish I could just do it for free. It’s just getting like you said that mastermind thing on a grand scale and building a community of like-minded individuals. That’s the thing I’m most excited about. We’ve been working on it for about a year and a half, and we’ve had tremendous success with it. The success is not because of monetary reasons like we don’t even charge hardly enough to say that that’s ever going to be a monetary success. The success is by the reactions that our members are getting out of it. As we push the envelope for that and do that, I think that’s what I’m most excited to do. I call it to expand that reach, expand that net that I’m casting. It allows me to reach a lot more people.
The Mastermind Effect: 33:59
Where’s this going to be hosted? Where could they go to find this? Is it going to be on a platform? Are you building out the platform? Where can they find it?
Chris Naugle: 34:18
We built the whole platform out, and it’s on the thing you’re staring at right now, their phone, your computer. It’s a complete virtual community. Then we also do every month, we do our group training and coaching, where I bring all my mentors that I spend tons of money on this so that everybody has exposure to what I do by paying a lot for these people. That was something I did because nobody ever did that for me. Nobody ever brought me into a community that was next to free and said, “Hey, here are people that cost $100,000 a year, ask them anything that you want, whatever you want. We got two hours. Just get it out. And let’s flush this and see if we can’t change some lives.”
The Mastermind Effect: 35:02
Last one, what is a tip, a tactic, an actual item, one thing that if someone implemented today, over the next 30, 60, or 90 days, they’d see a real impact on their business or personal life?
Chris Naugle: 35:23
So this is top, the one thing would be a change where your money goes first. Change where your savings and all that money you’re planning for a later day or the next purchase. Change where that money goes first.
Let me give you an actual action item. Go to the website that I gave you earlier, go to the free resources, keyword free, and watch a 90-minute video. If you want to know all this stuff that I’ve learned and what these wealthy people do that’s been around for hundreds of years, watch that 90-minute video. I’m telling everybody to do that because that’s what I had to do. I had to watch a 90-minute video. I was reluctant, but I did. That 90-minute video went by like it was 15 minutes, four pages of notes. At that very moment, from that point forward, my entire life has changed. The way I use the money, treat money, and every single thing I do financially changed in that 90-minute video. So I challenge all of you if you want to change something, change one thing and watch that 90-minute video first. Then you’ll know exactly what that second change is.
The Mastermind Effect: 37:19
I appreciate. My head’s racing on some things. That is not just the but specific items that you talked about on there. I’ve got a plane flight right here next week to Seattle for four and a half hours. I might have 90 minutes in that four-and-a-half-hour plane flight to check out what Chris is talking about and learn more about that. We’ve got the founder of Money School, Chris Naugle.
Chris, I appreciate the pre conversation, this conversation, and future ones. Thank you so much for joining us today.
Chris Naugle: 37:51
It was my honor and my privilege. Thank you for having me on.
“We live in a very interesting time, a digital age where we know the price of everything, but the value of nothing.” – Chris Naugle
“It is about what we do for others, what we what problems we solve for other people, not what problems we solve for yourself.” – Chris Naugle
“And that’s, that’s the thing that most successful people are the most willing to share with others.” – Chris Naugle
“And all you had to do is stop, be quiet, and listen, and then ask for advice when you needed it.” – Chris Naugle
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