The Legacy Journey Live
Last month, I had the pleasure of attending Dave Ramsey’s THE LEGACY JOURNEY LIVE with my wife and a couple of friends. It was a great one stop shop for the Ramsey brands’ thoughts on life, wealth, and legacy.
Dave Ramsey started off the evening by telling his journey of how he’d become a millionaire and gone bankrupt by the age of 30. This rise and fall led him to learn how to manage money wisely, God’s way. From there, his daughter, Rachel Cruz, took the stage and spoke on raising children who know how to handle their finances. After a brief intermission, Ramsey retook the stage and spoke on building wealth and leaving a legacy.
If I’m being honest, most of the material was already familiar to me. I’ve read The Total Money Makeover, Smart Money Smart Kids, and Entreleadership, gone through Financial Peace University, and I listen to his radio show (at least in part) daily. I’m probably a bit too familiar with his material. The one element I’m not familiar with is The Legacy Journey. So, when they announced THE LEGACY JOURNEY LIVE was coming to Austin, I bought tickets that day. However, THE LEGACY JOURNEY LIVE seemed more like a survey of Ramsey’s material with a few new twists than a new series altogether. Since I’m not familiar with the book or the course of The Legacy Journey, I can’t say if this is true of them as well. All that said, it was a great night with some great ideas presented.
Here are the four things which stuck with me the most: