How Life Insurance Can Actually be Sexy In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Justine @justinekedi, whom I met through Twitter. Today Justine is happy financial services professional and educator but it was a long road before reaching that happy stage. Justine will share the difficulties she encountered when she moved to Turkey … More How to Overcome Your Struggles and Open Opportunities for Yourself with Justine
“If you believe you can’t you won’t, if you believe you can you will” In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Rocky Lalvani, he helps business owners to be profitable and also runs two podcasts in parallel: Richer Soul and Profit Answer Man. Rocky came to the US at a very young age with … More How to Live a Richer Life with Rocky
“You Do Not Need More Money, You Need Better Money” In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Anissa from the podcast Outrospection. Outrospection is a self-development podcast where Anissa offers various perspectives through solo shows, interviews, and inspiring stories in order for us to grow, improve ourselves, and/or to take action! Anissa will share … More How to go from a Scarcity to an Abundance Money Mindset with Anissa
Can You Become FI After 40? In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Ben from FI after 40. We connected through Twitter, I read some of his blog posts and listened to some of his podcast episodes and I thought he had a compelling story to tell. Ben discovered the FI (Financial Independence) … More Is It Too Late to Turn Your Financial Life Around in Your 40s? with Ben
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Derek from Money Health Solutions.
He is a financial therapist helping his clients to identify their financial beliefs (also called “money scripts”) and to improve their relationship with money. You might probably wonder what a financial therapist is and what those money scripts are about.
If you are a regular listener to the show, you will remember that getting the right money mindset is an essential first step to get your finances in order. Something that can for example stand in the way of getting the right mindset could be the negative financial beliefs you have developed throughout childhood.
Derek will explain what his profession consists of and then we will discuss more in detail how we can identify our own money behaviors (negative or positive) and how we can start rewriting our scripts and improving our relationship with money. … More How to Identify your Money Scripts and Improve your Relationship with Money with Derek
If you are new to the personal finance world and you want to take control of your finances, a fantastic and rather cheap way to get started is to read books about personal finance and money.
Most personal finance books are written in simple language and do not require an advanced Ph.D. in econometrics. The most influential personal finance books I have read and heard about are accessible to anyone. And with a couple of friends, we came up with this list of 10 accessible books we warmly recommend for any Personal Finance newbies. … More 10 Life-Changing Personal Finance Books For Beginners
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Mr. Money Mage.
He is a UK-based Personal Finance blogger on his journey to reach Financial Independence. He has a principled view on how he intends to reach this goal and to him, Financial Independence can be achieved by anyone no matter your income today or your background.
We will discuss a few of his principles and how anyone can start building his personal path to Financial Independence. We touch upon topics such as growing your income, work-life balance, his approach to investing and, on that note, we also talk about his take on P2P lending platforms. … More How to reach Financial Independence growing and saving your money without losing your sleep with Money Mage
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Kat from the Wildly Wealthy Life podcast.
Kat is from the Philippines and came 15 years ago to the US (Los Angeles) to pursue her artist’s dream career, she is a full-on artist : She dances, she teaches piano and is an aerialist. Despite the variable and unpredictable income that comes with such a career she has still managed to get out of debt, purchase a multifamily home with her husband and she is living her wildly wealthy life!
Kat will share her inspiring story on how she started her real estate investing journey with an irregular source of income, how she budgets and how her background has played an important part in how she manages her finances. Talking about her background, we will also discuss a few cultural money differences she faced when coming to the US. … More How to Live Your Unconventional and Wildly Wealthy Life with Kat
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Naza from Copenhagen (Denmark).
I met Naza through common friends when visiting them in Copenhagen on several occasions. We have been keeping in touch through Facebook over the years, she is a positive person and when I met her she seemed very happy and dedicated about her career. Just in November of this year, she posted on her Facebook profile that she would leave her corporate job and her happy life in the bustling Scandinavian capital to move to Asia to pursue her dreams of becoming a licensed yoga teacher, to teach English to underprivileged Thai children and open her yoga school in Bali! That was quite a surprise to me but I was very happy for her at the same time.
Naza will share her story and lessons with us on the show and even if you are not planning to change your life in such an extreme way, there are some great takeaways from the conversation for all of us! … More How Naza left her stable (but stressful) career and turned her life upside down completely to pursue her dreams in Asia
So last year, I did it! For the first time, I have reached my goal of finishing 19 books as I set in my Goodreads profile. (Yaay!)I wanted to celebrate my achievement by sharing my review of the 19 books I have read/listened to last year! And as well give you my thoughts on Audible after having subscribed for 6 months. … More My 2019 in books and a 6-months review of Audible