In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Martin from Studenomics.
Martin is a fun personal finance content creator helping 20 and 30-somethings to manage their finances, make more money and enjoy better lives. We will talk about his unique approach to personal finance, how you can make more money and we will discuss a topic that has been on both our minds for a while as well : how the motivational content online (you know the Gary Vaynerchuk or Grant Cardone videos) is getting you excited but actually nowhere. It can even ruin you.
This episode is for you if you are looking at making more money from side hustles and/or if you enjoy motivational content a little too much! … More Making more money with Side Hustles and How the Motivational Industry is Getting You Nowhere with Martin
The simple way to get a low-risk diversified exposure to the stock markets is to invest in a low-cost index fund. Now for those who want to take it further or can afford to take more risks, you can invest in individual stocks. These are in my opinion more interesting to dive into but as well more time-consuming as you will need to dive into more financial reports and business reading.
If that sounds exciting to you and want to get started with stock analysis, you are in good hands: Howie our guest writer for today will help us find and assess these underpriced stocks. … More Analyzing an Investment from a Value Point of View
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Michelle from Michelle is Money Hungry.
Michelle is a fun, driven and passionate online entrepreneur from Denver, Colorado. She has been able to develop her online business through trial and errors by monetizing her own skills. Michelle will share her inspiring story following the “Do What You Can’t” approach and we will discuss how you can monetize your current skills, what are ways to do that ethically during a pandemic and the importance of developing people skills in this digital age. Michelle will provide excellent actionable tips and takes us on a fun ride!
… More How to Monetize The Skills You Already Have Ethically with Michelle
Building an emergency fund is a crucial piece for your finances, especially in a crisis. Saving for a rainy day will ensure you are prepared in case of an unexpected event of any sort: Car repair, job loss, medical expense, water boiler, etc. That peace of mind is absolutely priceless! If you have not yet created that financial safety net for yourself, worry not my friend! James, our guest writer today will help you get started with it! … More How to Start an Emergency Fund with No Money
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Daniel from Mr. Financial Freedom.
He is a 20-something from Germany and started his Personal Finance adventure only recently. It all started with stumbling upon a Personal Finance book in a bookstore while on holidays and here we are 3 years later discussing his clear plan on how to become financially free! … More Can you become financially free in Europe by reading US personal finance books?
Minimalism is a topic I’ve been following in recent years and this is mostly due to the fact that I have been moving around myself from city to city. What is minimalism? What are the benefits? Should you try it as well? … More The Benefits of Minimalism: An Uncluttered Walkthrough to a More Intentional Life
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Dee from Kids Money Academy.
When Dee introduced herself in the Fincon community she mentioned her website which directly intrigued me. I believe that teaching kids about money is very important for their future!
We will mainly discuss the importance of instilling a positive money mindset to your kids from a young age and how to get started. Dee will also share tips on how to talk to your kids about the current coronavirus situation. We will touch upon the Kids Money Academy as well and we end the show with a special money saving tip you would never had thought of before ! (It will not apply to everyone though) … More How to talk to your kids about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and still instill a positive mindset with Dee
Today we have the pleasure to have Wendy from Wanderlust Wendy. She tells her story of how she has moved from a traditional career path with high-paying job to a pursue more meaningful ventures and be more happy in general. And yes that involves slowing down her path to Financial Indepence. … More How Wendy chose happiness over a high paid career and slowed down her path to FI
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
When you think about your dream job, many things may come to mind: a good salary, great culture, or the ability to work from anywhere you want are just some of them. The tech industry offers those three things.
Most jobs in the future will depend on technology. Artificial intelligence is taking over and it’s generating more jobs than ever. If you look at your daily life, you’ll notice that every day things get more automated; from cars, cashier tasks, to manufacturing.
This is how the future will be. So let’s have a look at the career possibilities! … More Top Skills Needed to Land a Career in Tech