How to Build Long-Term Wealth and Make Saving Money Fun with Daniel

In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Daniel from NolCo Inc.(the No Loss Company). We will discuss how Daniel approaches his finances in Norway, one of the richest countries in the world but also a country where the peer pressure is strong. He will share his big passion for saving money and investing in dividend stocks and how that can be in his own words “so much fun”!

The interview is light and accessible and despite his young age, Daniel comes on the show with great wisdom for all of us! … More How to Build Long-Term Wealth and Make Saving Money Fun with Daniel

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 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

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 never the less 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

The Benefits of Minimalism: An Uncluttered Walkthrough to a More Intentional Life

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

How Wendy chose happiness over a high paid career and slowed down her path to FI

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

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 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

How to Live Your Unconventional and Wildly Wealthy Life with Kat

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