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Ron Blue draws from 40 years of experience to answer questions from financial professionals on topics including biblical client counsel, building a business, and more. Originally, these individual questions were a part of an hour-long "Coaching Call," which provided an opportunity for Kingdom Advisors members to interact with Ron about the application of Kingdom Advisors core teaching to their life, practice, and advice.
Ron Blue is widely considered to be the father of Christian financial planning. He is the founder or co-founder of Ronald Blue Trust, National Christian Foundation, Kingdom Advisors, and The Ron Blue Institute for Financial Planning. He is also the author of more than 20 books and has served on the boards of numerous organizations. Ron and his wife, Judy, have been married for 53 years, have five children and 13 grandchildren, and live in Atlanta.
|What principles can you offer about how much is enough to help ourselves and clients determine the appropriate amount to provide for our families such as college education or giving to adult children?|
|What principles or suggestions can you offer to help us and our clients determine how much is enough in providing for our families?|
|Is there a good resource, a book, a worksheet, a planning technique to help a person work through determining how much is enough and how much we can keep in order to give the rest away?|
|How do you move clients toward a proper perspective of wealth?|
|Do you have a just in a nutshell or on a napkin possibly a discussion about logistically on how to help families determine how much is enough?|
|Can you explain how “financial independence” is a subset of “how much is enough”?|
|How do you help elderly clients know how much is enough so they can determine how charitable they can be? How do we help clients draw the line between prudent planning and over protective hoarding?|
|How do you help people balance enjoying what they have with the obvious overwhelming needs around us?|
|How much should we still be saving?|
|Should a very affluent couple still be saving when they have more than enough and are already good stewards?|
|What is the point of determining how much is enough if we are leaving it open for change?|
|How do you define true financial freedom?|