Hosted by Tom Matt
Transitional career, entrepreneurship and the Living-It program with Chris Johnson and Brigit Hassig.
As my great friend and mentor Chris Johnson stated to me during this episode, “A friend is a present you give to yourself”. As the founder of On Target Living CJ has a lot to share, and his gives it his all every time he appears on the talk show.
Our Grand Haven Boomers Rock Local guest is quickly becoming a regular in sharing the theme of Masterpiece Living® and The Living-It campaign, another awesome friend, Brigit Hassig.
If you want to emulate someone and use his experience to help you to a land of self-improvement than Chris Johnson is the man. In 2007 Chris decided it was his transitional career time. He gave up a lucrative six figure income to found his dream of On Target Living, taking an almost ridiculous fifty percent pay cut. As he says “when you become uncomfortable enough to change, you will”, he had, and the rest is history. Chris speaks internationally on a variety of topics of interest to our tribe of Middle Living adults, helping everyone sharpen their own saw.
On Target Living will do over $1.2 million in gross sales in 2014; his business has grown in double digits every year since its inception. From $68,000.00 in 2007 to the point his business is now, he walks the walk of success!
Brigit shares her enthusiasm for helping others as well. Knowing that we can all improve just a little bit every day she talks about how we have become an autopilot culture. Four Pointes in Grand Haven continues to support the community, teaching and building connectedness and provisioning space for individuals to build activities and self-respect.
Both Brigit and Chris will engage you with ideas that can spring into positive life changing concepts and habits.
In this week’s episode we discuss-
- Your foundation
- What is the problem you want to solve
- Leap of faith
- Relieving anxiety
Listen to Tom Matt’s “Boomers Rock” Radio Talk Show Season 4 Episode 17 below…
Host and Founder of Boomers Rock Media