Fri, 6 March 2015
I'm so excited to bring back today's guest for part two of his interview on redefining rich. Part one was so good and we received a ton of awesome feedback...but part two is even better.
Matt Ham's story starts with what he calls a "good life crisis." Not a mid-life crisis, but a crisis rooted in settling for the American Dream as he knew it.
That led him on a quest to redefine rich using his four principles, which make up an acronym for the word RICH.
R - Recognize you're broken
I - Invest in others
C - Choose gratitude
H - Humble yourself with confidence.
In part one, we covered the R and part of the I. Today, we'll wrap up with the rest of I, C, and H.
If you haven't listened yet, make sure to go back and listen to part one in episode 54.
After chasing the world’s version of richness in his own life, Matt found himself empty. Regardless of his material well-being or his financial prowess, he felt a longing for more. Truthfully, he lived a life rooted in comparison; He was trapped in what he calls The Good-Life Crisis.
Life was good, but then again, it wasn’t.
Matt shares stories, thoughts, and ideas that help uncover life that is truly life, thus answering the question:
“Am I living richly?”
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. An avid triathlete, Matt trains and competes in races of various distances throughout the year, including the Half Ironman. Matt and his family make their home in Wilmington, North Carolina.