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The Money School Podcast shares the secrets of the wealthy, so you learn how money really works and take back control of your life!

You'll hear the inside story of wealthy entrepreneurs and investors... breaking down how they got started, how they think about money, how they put money to work for them, and how you can change your life simply by doing ONE thing differently with the money you already have.

Through the podcast, you'll become your own bank - mastering how money really works - so you can use it to gain the upper hand and take command of your finances. After all, building wealth isn't about resources, it's about being resourceful. 

Hosted by Chris Naugle, former pro snowboarder turned real estate investor, serial entrepreneur, and money mentor, this podcast has one mission - to show you how money really works so you can reclaim control of your life!

Dec 23, 2021

The journey to your dream isn’t a straight line - in fact, it’s anything but. Success comes with a long list of failures, stumbles, crashes, and critical points of transition. 


This was also the reality of my journey. 


I had to get comfortable with pivots in order to get to my purpose. I found that you’re either one step away from a failure or an inch closer to a breakthrough, and you only find out by pushing your limits. 


In today’s episode, I share how I got comfortable with failure, and how I used it to find my purpose. 



Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode 


What my snowboarding career taught me about transitions
How did I transition from the things someone else wanted me to be good at, to what I wanted to be good at? 


The crushing career blow that actually worked out in the end
Sometimes transitions are forced on us, and we have to shift unwillingly. Can these moments set us up for something bigger and better?


Why we need to test our limits in order to reach our goals
Every athlete will tell you that pushing your limits will take you to the podium, but it’s also one step away from failure. Why do we need to start embracing this?