1 hr 27 min

Enjoying every Decade of Life - Bobb Biehl Life, Money, and Living Well

    • Self-Improvement

What if you could know what was coming down the line? What if you could plan for the next stage of your life? What if you could learn that the wins and losses you were experiencing right now were perfectly normal?
What if life was... well... surprisingly predictable?
That’s what my guest, Bobb Biehl, believes. And he has the resume to prove it.
For nearly 50 years, Bobb has been an executive mentor, helping thousands of leaders clearly define, and reach, their dreams. Since 1976, he has consulted with over 500 clients—Chick Fil A, the European Leadership Forum, and Logos Software just to name a few—and over 5,000 executives. He’s the author of 35 leadership and management tools in the area of personal and organizational development, and has been on the executive staff for World Vision Inc and a board member for Focus on the Family.
Bobb has spent his life helping others, and along the way, has gained invaluable insights into the predictability of life. His newest book, Decade by Decade, walks readers through what to expect at each stage of life. As you learn what is “normal,” it brings perspective to your own life, and it builds empathy for what your family members, friends, coworkers, and neighbors are experiencing in their respective phases of life as well.
With a goal to help us confront the unpredictable, so we can enjoy the life we have right now, Bobb’s book is a game changer.
After 20 years as a financial services professional and completing thousands of financial plans for clients…Ben shares the secrets to building wealth, but more importantly building a fulfilling life.

Brief legal disclaimer: This podcast is intended for informational purposes only. The ideas and opinions on this episode do not constitute tax, legal or investment advice. Listeners should seek the input of their own tax, legal, and financial planning professionals before acting on any of the information provided. Any speaker on this podcast expresses ideas that are subjective to the time of the recording, and are subject to change without notice, and are not always indicative of the opinions of the underwriters of this show. This episode should not replace the diligence of a full financial plan with a financial planning professional that can take your specific situation into account.

What if you could know what was coming down the line? What if you could plan for the next stage of your life? What if you could learn that the wins and losses you were experiencing right now were perfectly normal?
What if life was... well... surprisingly predictable?
That’s what my guest, Bobb Biehl, believes. And he has the resume to prove it.
For nearly 50 years, Bobb has been an executive mentor, helping thousands of leaders clearly define, and reach, their dreams. Since 1976, he has consulted with over 500 clients—Chick Fil A, the European Leadership Forum, and Logos Software just to name a few—and over 5,000 executives. He’s the author of 35 leadership and management tools in the area of personal and organizational development, and has been on the executive staff for World Vision Inc and a board member for Focus on the Family.
Bobb has spent his life helping others, and along the way, has gained invaluable insights into the predictability of life. His newest book, Decade by Decade, walks readers through what to expect at each stage of life. As you learn what is “normal,” it brings perspective to your own life, and it builds empathy for what your family members, friends, coworkers, and neighbors are experiencing in their respective phases of life as well.
With a goal to help us confront the unpredictable, so we can enjoy the life we have right now, Bobb’s book is a game changer.
After 20 years as a financial services professional and completing thousands of financial plans for clients…Ben shares the secrets to building wealth, but more importantly building a fulfilling life.

Brief legal disclaimer: This podcast is intended for informational purposes only. The ideas and opinions on this episode do not constitute tax, legal or investment advice. Listeners should seek the input of their own tax, legal, and financial planning professionals before acting on any of the information provided. Any speaker on this podcast expresses ideas that are subjective to the time of the recording, and are subject to change without notice, and are not always indicative of the opinions of the underwriters of this show. This episode should not replace the diligence of a full financial plan with a financial planning professional that can take your specific situation into account.

1 hr 27 min