The Best Way to Organize Your Finances in The Right Order with Dimitry

Dimitry is a Chartered Financial Consultant and has helped hundreds of families with setting their finances straight.
He will guide us through the right order of organizing our finances, why this approach makes sense compared to some other common advice. We will talk about one of the major mind shift Dimitry has observed with his clients thanks to his program and we will end up with his compelling story on why he became a financial consultant. The interview is great fun and Dimitry shares some great examples to help us digest every key aspect of managing our money. … More The Best Way to Organize Your Finances in The Right Order with Dimitry

10 Life-Changing Personal Finance Books For Beginners

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

10 Things You Will Only Need To Buy Once in Your Life

When it comes to buying stuff whether I need it or if I simply want the thing, there is something I try to think about: How long will I keep it? How long can this item last? Can I keep it for life? 

I am talking about things that I could potentially keep for decades and never have to buy again. 
These once in a lifetime purchases will save time and money over the long haul! … More 10 Things You Will Only Need To Buy Once in Your Life

Should You Invest in Fine Art? An Introduction To Masterworks

Is investing in art a good investment? You have probably heard of expensive artwork being sold at famous auction houses like Christie´s or Sotheby´s for millions.

And you might think, sure it would be nice to hold a painting from Andy Warhol for several years and make a fortune when reselling it but investing in art is way out of reach for me.

Well, if you are an admirer of fine artwork and are looking at owning a Picasso one day (or at least a fraction of it), your uncle Joney has got the right solution for you.

I interviewed Scott Lynn, the CEO and founder. He gives a brief overview of how Masterworks can help you diversify your investment portfolio, what exactly you are investing in when joining the platform and we also get a short glimpse at the story behind it. … More Should You Invest in Fine Art? An Introduction To Masterworks

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How to Become a Digital Nomad and build passive income at the same time with Sharon

In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Sharon Tseung from Digital Nomad Quest.

Sharon left her corporate job in marketing in 2016, traveled for 2 years, and came back to the Bay Area (the area around San Francisco) where she is back into a marketing position and continues to develop her website and various income streams (which she teaches on her website). 

Sharon will guide us through the process of how she left her job, how she built income streams all while traveling and actually how she even managed to save money during those 2 years! Digital nomading may not be for everyone but building passive income streams to strengthen your financial future definitely is and Sharon will help us to get started! (Yaay!) … More How to Become a Digital Nomad and build passive income at the same time with Sharon

Navigating the risks of Peer-2-Peer and Real Estate Crowdfunding platforms with Tanel

In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Tanel Orro, he is the CEO of Reinvest24.

Reinvest24 is an Estonian Real estate crowdfunding platform that has been on the market for a little over 2 years.
P2P lending platforms and real estate crowdfunding platforms have grown popular in recent years, especially here in Europe. These offer easy ways to invest your hard-earned cash and get decent returns and even pretty high ones. What’s not to like about them?

Well, it is not all that rosy as high in demand markets also attract fraudulent players. This is what we will discuss today on the show with Tanel and as a professional, he will guide us through what to look for before investing your money so you are sure you are not being scammed. … More Navigating the risks of Peer-2-Peer and Real Estate Crowdfunding platforms with Tanel

A Deeper Look at Racial Inequality in America and Personal Finance with Jason

With the recent murder of George Floyd and the current protests happening in the US, I wanted to share some thoughts around racial inequality on the Podcast as well. I got connected with Jason Hines, Jason is no expert on these thematics but he is nevertheless deeply motivated to share his thoughts as well and to raise awareness on the issue. … More A Deeper Look at Racial Inequality in America and Personal Finance with Jason

Making more money with Side Hustles and How the Motivational Industry is Getting You Nowhere with Martin

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