Posts Tagged with "Billy Hofacker"
There was time in my blogging career where I’d be more apt to dedicate writing energy toward topics like “Top 5 Carrie Bradshaw Breakups” than anything related to business, let alone taxes. However, a major mishap I made back in 2007 when I transitioned to being self-employed made me change my tune quickly. Let’s just… Read more
I was recently invited onto the Your Fitness Money Coach Podcast hosted by Billy Hofacker. Some of you may recognize the name because Billy has penned several informative guest posts on this site surrounding financial literacy in the past year. HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE. I was thrilled to post his content here because he… Read more
Fitness professionals are notorious for myriad of things: Wearing sweatpants to work everyday. It’s definitely one of the perks of the job. Always forgetting about the protein shake shaker in their gym bag (or in their car) that invariably, three weeks later, ends up melting someone’s face off once it’s opened. Their affinity for smedium… Read more
This is the third and final installment of fitness financial expert Billy Hofacker‘s Coach and Grow Rich series on TonyGentilcore.com. However, unlike most trilogies (ahem The Matrix Reloaded & Revolutions) this doesn’t suck. Financial literacy is a topic that’s not emphasized (much less taught) to fitness professionals. What’s your plan for retirement? Do you have… Read more
Most people – but especially fitness professionals – are boneheads (or dare I say: dumbbells) when it comes to financial savviness and literacy. It’s just a topic we’re never taught. Ever. Most fit pros have more knowledge in how to transcribe their latest Reels video into Klingon than understanding the difference between a SEP and… Read more
Fitness professionals are reticent to talk about money. Part of this is because it’s a topic we’re not taught. Ever. I don’t recall the “Financial Savviness” or “SEP IRA” chapter in my NSCA textbook. Too, partly, I think we’ve been programmed to think that we’re “selling out” if we bring up money or that we’d… Read more