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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 55 years, have five children and 13 grandchildren, and live in Bloomington, Indiana.
|Do you have any practical insights on how to decide what to say yes to and what to say no to?|
|Do you have any insight on how to decide what to say yes to and what to say no to?|
|Do you have any guiding principles you life by and if so, what are they?|
|Given the Know, Believe and Do Model, how does one move from knowing to having a personal conviction?|
|Howard Dayton shared in his book Your Money Counts, that he fights cynicism in all of the requests he gets for funds. This is something I too struggle with and I’m sure you are on everyone’s mailing list for giving. How do you address this personally?|
|Why do you think it is so important for advisors to develop personal convictions as it relates to financial decision-making and how they should use those?|
|Given the know, believe and do model, how does one move from knowing to having a personal conviction?|
|Is it ok if I’m in total agreement with your convictions or should I have my own personal convictions?|
|Do you have a personal mission statement, and if so, any thoughts on the best way to put way to put that together for someone that has never taken the time?|
|Can you talk about the Personal Conviction Worksheet?|