"Knowledge is only potential power. It becomes power only when, and if, it is organized into definite plans of action, and directed to a definite end."
Eric Johnson has always been passionate about helping people. From an early age growing up in the home of a pastor and missionary, the core values of faith, integrity and hard work were instilled.
Eric is specifically passionate about coaching people whose life has become too busy or complex to focus on the integral details of financial planning. This includes business owners, pre-retirees, mid-career singles and families. Or, like many of Eric’s clients, those that just didn’t “click” with their parents’ advisor and are looking for a fresh perspective.
Most importantly, Eric strives to make all of his clients feel comfortable in an all-to-often uncomfortable process through building relationships and working with them to make increasingly better financial decisions over time.
In the information-saturated environment in which we all live, it is imperative to remember what Napoleon Hill, the famous 20th Century Self-Help Author, coined:
“Knowledge is only potential power. It becomes power only when, and if, it is organized into definite plans of action, and directed to a definite end.”
ACTION is power. Eric is adamant that simple philosophies such as budgeting, being debt free and saving for the future in conjunction with having a specific financial action plan is the key to wealth building.
Eric graduated from Vanguard University with a degree in Business-Organizational Management. Eric's combined love for helping people and his business acumen led him to Trilogy Financial where company CEO, Jeff Motske, is also Vanguard alum. In his free time, Eric loves spending time with his wife and two sons, volunteering with local charities, and taking his two Labrador’s on long walks.