Episode 27: Happy Money, with Ken Honda
Ken Honda was born in Kobe, Japan and currently lives in Tokyo with his wife and daughter.
After graduating from one of Japan’s leading private institutions, he soon became a financial specialist who owns and manages several businesses including an accounting company, a management consulting firm, and a venture capital corporation.
He started writing books about life work, life balance, wealth, and happiness in his early 30s. Currently, over 7 million copies of more than 115 published titles have been sold, and Ken’s readership is estimated to be 1 in 20 Japanese people.
He is also a successful professional speaker who has presented more than 200 seminars in Japan, Korea, China, and America.
In 2018, his books will be translated and published in more than 20 countries, including an original English-language book to be published in America.
What you’ll learn about in this episode:
- Ken’s background that includes being the author of over 50 original books
- Finding your gifts and what you love and building a business around those to achieve financial independence
- Why appreciating money both when it comes and goes is the key to financial success (and why you need to say “thank you, thank you, thank you” constantly)
- How Make Your Mark uses Ken’s “Happy Money” strategy to change the attitude around our office
- Why you must remember that the money you have in your wallet was given to you by someone who trusts you
- How every time you spend money gives you the opportunity to bless the world
- How to achieve financial independence in three years by building a system that multiplies your gifts (and why you need to combine at least three gifts)
- Building a fan club that pays even more for your services because they love you
- How the global community gives you access to 10 times the number of people than if you just focused locally
- Passion: the most important thing in every area of your life and why you can’t make it in business without it
- Ken’s English language courses that are coming soon
Ways to contact Ken:
- Website: www.kenhonda.tokyo