Are You Costing Yourself More Money Than You’re Saving?


This is your wake up call to recognize where your aversion to risk is holding you back. I know from personal experience that it’s better to lose money on a bad decision than it is to wonder ‘what if’ on something that could create life-changing results. Lori and I used to cut corners by saving money upfront, but in this episode, I explain why we don’t do that anymore and how our businesses have flourished since increasing our risk tolerance. 


Episode Timeline & Discussion Questions:

(1:08) Welcome back to The Chris Harder Show. 

(1:45) Chris shares the #1 mistake that he sees entrepreneurs make. 

(2:23) Chris explains why saving money upfront isn’t always the most cost-effective move for business growth.  

(5:55) Chris illustrates why it’s not a good thing to be so risk-averse.  

(8:16) Last call to text the word ROUNDTABLE to 310-421-0416 to apply for Chris’s next event. 

(9:16) Chris asks listeners to share the podcast and leave a 5-star review. 

I might just strike out a
few times on things I
invest in, but I will far
outperform someone
who is risk-averse
because I step up to the
plate more often than
they do.

You’re Going To Hear About:

  • The #1 fear-based decision that I see so many business owners make 
  • How investing in the right people or technology can uplevel your business 
  • The problem that I notice with people are super risk-averse 
  • Why I don’t dwell on ‘bad’ investments anymore

Resources Mentioned:

  • Text me the word ROUNDTABLE to 310-421-0416 if you want to be considered for the very first roundtable VIP business strategy session.