Why Human Interaction Still Matters For Financial Advice with Brian

Hint: Money Is Still An Emotional Topic In This Digital Age In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Brian Thorp from Wealthtender. After an extensive career working with global asset management, Brian founded his company Wealthtender with the aim of connecting people with the best fitting financial resource, educator, or advisor. We will … More Why Human Interaction Still Matters For Financial Advice with Brian

How to Stand Out In a Competitive Job Market with Rich

In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Rich Jones from Paychecks & Balances. He has been working for about 12 years in recruitment and staffing in various companies and I thought it would be great to invite him on the show to discuss how one can stand out in a tough job market, especially now. We will discuss the current job market situation and Rich will provide great insights and tips for optimizing your LinkedIn profile so you can stand out as a job seeker even during these difficult times. … More How to Stand Out In a Competitive Job Market with Rich

A journey to FIRE and dealing with Wealth Guilt with Mrs. Miller

The FIRE (Financial Independent, Retire Early) movement has gained traction in the last 10 years and Mrs. Miller stumbled upon the movement a couple of years ago. This sparked her interest and as she started to read blogs and articles on the topic, she started to blog about her journey to FIRE on her blog http://www.millersonfire.com. We will talk about her journey, how she changed her spending habits over the years, and how she saves/invests her money. In the second part of the episode we also talk about the feeling of “Wealth Guilt”, Mrs. Miller is thriving in her career and her salary has increased over the years, nevertheless, when she reached a certain threshold, she started to feel guilty about doing so well financially. We discuss why this feeling kicked in and how to overcome it. … More A journey to FIRE and dealing with Wealth Guilt with Mrs. Miller

What I have learned at Fincon 2019 and how to network like a pro.

So yes, in May of this year I purchased my conference pass and flight ticket to the Fincon conference that was held in Washington D.C last week. Yup, I flew all the way from Europe to D.C. “just for that” (Ok, I extended my stay in the US with a little vacation as well). Anyway, … More What I have learned at Fincon 2019 and how to network like a pro.