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Wealth. What does that mean to you as a coach and as a Christian? In this thought-provoking interview with Dan Miller, Chris McCluskey and Dan dig deep into this fascinating, and at times controversial, topic that impacts both the work we do with our clients and how we run our coaching businesses.

Tune in to learn more about…

  • The many measures of wealth and determining what is important to you
  • Hidden money mindsets that may be holding you back
  • The power of social entrepreneurship
  • How to live well while doing good

About Dan Miller

Dan Miller, President of 48 Days LLC, specializes in creative thinking for increased personal and business success. He believes that meaningful work blends our natural skills and abilities, our unique personality traits and our dreams and passions. Dan is active in helping individuals redirect careers, evaluate new income sources, and achieve balanced living. He believes that a clear sense of direction can help us become all that God designed us to be.

Dan is the author of the widely acclaimed 48 Days To The Work You Love and No More Mondays. He writes regularly for many popular magazines and web portals, including,, In Touch, AARP and Success magazines and the Zig Ziglar newsletter. He has been a guest on CBS’ ‘The Early Show,’ MSNBC’s ‘Hardball with Chris Mathews,’ 700 Club’s Living The Life and Fox Business News with Dave Ramsey Show…to hit some highlights. He hosts a weekly podcast that is consistently ranked #1 under Careers on iTunes. Dan is also a frequent speaker and guest on popular radio programs like Moody Broadcasting, Crown Financial, Janet Parshall’s America, American Family Radio, and Prime Time Chicago. He also has an online community with over 14,000 “eaglepreneurs”!


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