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The Financial Incline: Rich Boehne – Failed Out of College to CEO

Episode 7 Rich Boehne
  Hello and welcome to the 7th episode of the financial incline I’m your host John Bovard. Today I am thrill to be joined by Rich Boehne. Rich recently retired as Chairman of the board for E.W. Scripps the company of which he is the former President and CEO. Rich started with Scripps back in 1985 and progressed through the corporate ranks to run the company during his 8 year tenure as CEO. In this episode we discuss Rich’s career, all the way back to the age of 6 when he first started receiving a paycheck. Rich explains the struggles he had in college, and the slow start to his career. He walks us through the unconventional path that he took to become CEO and shares the characteristics that led to his success.  We also discuss the challenges he faced managing his assets with so much of his wealth dependent on the stock price of one company. Rich shares the tough obligations that are required of a public company CEO during a crisis. We also discuss how Rich incorporated his faith into his career to help guide his decisions and conversations with those he worked with. Lastly, we discuss the causes and passions that Rich is involved with today. I hope you enjoy. Podcast: https://lnkd.in/etB9nQT For more information concerning wealth advisory and financial planning contact: Website: https://incline-wealth.com/ Email: JohnBovard@incline-wealth.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InclineWealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/johnnybovard?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-bovard/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnnybovar… This is the 7th episode in a series I will be conducting for my blog “The Financial Incline.” In these interviews I will be joined by business owners and athletes as they share advice on how they have been able to win with their money. Hit the subscribe button to watch these videos as they get posted. Questions on your financial plan or investments?  Click Here