Managing Risk, Evaluating Coaches with Henry Daas
Henry Daas is a serial entrepreneur, business coach, screenwriter, and self-described 'ordinary guy', and now a personal finance coach!
Born in Brooklyn at the tail end of the Eisenhower years, he has lived his entire life in and around NYC. He has lived his life in and around money, as well - from cutting lawns as a kid to managing a stock portfolio as an adult. And everything in between.
He built his consulting business, Daasknowledge, to help provide professional coaching for entrepreneurs & business owners of companies with top-line sales under $10M. His debut book, FQ: Financial Intelligence is the culmination of his six decades of financial knowledge and experience.
Let’s dive in to learn more about coaching with Henry. LISTEN HERE:
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[00:01 – 05:30] Opening Segment
Henry talks about his background.
How his course turned into a book
[04:55 – 19:50] Financial Literacy and Risk
The mistakes people make with financial literacy
Why you should educate yourself while investing
Understanding the level of risk
Understanding where the value is and what is driving that value
Discussion on risk assessment
The time you should spend thinking about your finances
[19:50 – 35:11] Coaching and Storytelling
Why do you need a coach to reach a higher level of success
Why other resources might not be enough at some point
Questions people should ask while hiring a coach.
What is judgment free awareness
Henry’s special offer for the listeners
The importance of storytelling
What helps connect and drive a great story
[35:11 – 43:06] Bullseye Round
Having a falling out with his partner.
Most Recommended Book:
Doing his market homework.
Best Place to Grab a Bite in New York
Eleven Madison Park
To book a month of free coaching sessions over the course of four weeks go to: podcast.daasknowledge.com
“Something’s wrong. I may not know what it is but I need a coach to look at me and tell me what it is” - Henry Daas
“Show it, don’t tell it.” - Henry Daas
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