466: Start, Stop, Face and Embrace in 2020 with Chris Harder
In the episode you will hear about:
- Our Become Aligned course
- The experiential economy + EventLuv
- Our New Year’s Eve manifesting ritual
- Why Chris decided not to go to Justin Beiber’s party + P Diddy’s 50th birthday
- How Lori’s building a physical product business
- Chris’ plan to write a book in 2020
- Mentally detaching from the desire to please people
- Saying no to things, even when you want to support people
- The need to keep growing + developing
- Having tough conversations with people because you want to love them more
- Facing reality about your physical health
- The fine line between giving yourself grace + holding yourself accountable
- Knowing your value + obeying the law of chemistry
This episode is with my husband, Chris Harder. He interviewed me for our end-of-year wrap on his show, For The Love Of Money, and I liked it so much I decided to share it with you. It is all about the things that we are going to be doing – and not doing – to become the next version of ourselves. Tag us on Instagram and tell us what you’re going to start, stop, face and embrace in 2020.
- What are you gonna start doing?
- What are you gonna stop doing?
- What are you gonna face?
- What are you going to embrace?
After an 11-year career as an executive and partner in the banking industry, Chris experienced plenty of success, however he severely lacked fulfillment – and was completely burned out. Recognizing that a change needed to be made, he retired from banking in 2011 and partnered with his wife, Lori, and her brand, LoriHarder.com, along with their Isagenix network marketing business. Chris now handles most of the business affairs and business coaching for their two multimillion dollar brands, and has found exactly the fulfillment and happiness he was seeking in a career.
Chris is the host of the new hit podcast, “For the Love of Money”, aimed at helping people bust through their money mindset blocks to become unapologetic about their pursuit of wealth. It is through interviewing business moguls and celebrities and exposing their exciting stories of contribution and philanthropy that he helps prove that money is a tool for good in a world with many needs.