“The truth is that you can spend your life anyway you want, but you can spend it only once”

John C. Maxwell – Thinking For a Change

“The truth is that you can spend your life anyway you want, but you can spend it only once”

John C. Maxwell – Thinking For a Change

 

Hey, what’s up! My name is Cole Hatter, and this is the part where I tell you what makes me…me.

Growing up I always knew I wanted to do something important with my life. I did not want to sneak through life unnoticed and arrive at my grave safely; I wanted to shake things up, make a difference, matter, be remembered, and have a blast while doing it. I believe most people would like to live a life that looks something like that.

So, I decided to become a firefighter. What better way to give back, make a difference, and live a meaningful life than a career serving others? Unfortunately that dream was cut short by 2 accidents 2 months apart that left me in a wheel chair. Based on my injuries at that time, firefighting was out.

My body was physically broken, my heart emotionally broken, and my bank account…it was “broke” too.

Out of desperation and an uncertain future, I pursued entrepreneurship. Fast forward a few years, and I’ve started several multimillion dollar businesses, I’m living what others tell me is a dream life, and sure enough, it’s the life I dreamed of having. It’s important to know how to make the kind of money you’ve always dreamed of making, but it’s more important to not sacrifice actually living your life while you do it.

Being rich financially is meaningless if you’re bankrupt emotionally, spiritually, in your relationships, and in your purpose.

Hey, what’s up! My name is Cole Hatter, and this is the part where I tell you what makes me…me.

Growing up I always knew I wanted to do something important with my life. I did not want to sneak through life unnoticed and arrive at my grave safely; I wanted to shake things up, make a difference, matter, be remembered, and have a blast while doing it. I believe most people would like to live a life that looks something like that.

So, I decided to become a firefighter. What better way to give back, make a difference, and live a meaningful life than a career serving others? Unfortunately that dream was cut short by 2 accidents 2 months apart that left me in a wheel chair. Based on my injuries at that time, firefighting was out.

My body was physically broken, my heart emotionally broken, and my bank account…it was “broke” too.

Out of desperation and an uncertain future, I pursued entrepreneurship. Fast forward a few years, and I’ve started several multimillion dollar businesses, I’m living what others tell me is a dream life, and sure enough, it’s the life I dreamed of having. It’s important to know how to make the kind of money you’ve always dreamed of making, but it’s more important to not sacrifice actually living your life while you do it.

Being rich financially is meaningless if you’re bankrupt emotionally and spiritually in your relationships and in your purpose.

LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT

Life is too short, and I’m committed to making every second count!
Let’s crush this business thing, so we can spend time with our loved ones, make an impact,
have fun, and enjoy the epic experiences life has to offer!


LIFE IS WHAT
YOU MAKE IT

Life is too short, and I’m committed to making every second count! Let’s crush this business thing, so we can spend time with our loved ones, make an impact, have fun and enjoy the epic experiences life has to offer!

SURROUND MYSELF WITH THE BEST


I learned early on in my entrepreneurial career that if you find people who are where you want to be, do what they did to get there to have similar results. I am blessed to have powerful mentors in my life, and am happy to give credit for my success where credit is due.


SURROUND MYSELF
WITH THE BEST


I learned early on in my entrepreneurial career that if you find people who are where you want to be, do what they did to get there to have similar results. I am blessed to have powerful mentors in my life, and am happy to give credit for my success where credit is due.