and How to Start your Successful Youtube Channel! Quick announcement: Today is this (crazy) year’s last podcast episode, the show will be back on in January. Enjoy this episode (Erika brought fantastic insights!) and feel free to stay in touch through social media or email email@example.com 😀. In today’s episode, we will speak to my … More Why Erika Left her Prestigious Job to Launch her Own Startup
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
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
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
Marc started a website design blog in 2007 as a side hustle and left a job he hated in 2008. Pretty fast, right? He has since been running several successful blogs over the years and has sold all of them for over 1,3 million dollars! He now mainly runs the Vital Dollar, his blog on managing money, saving money and money-making side activities.
Marc will share his story on how he managed to leave his job so fast and how he has been able to launch several other blogs since then (yes, I ask him about his secret recipes for success! 😉). We will also discuss what key aspects to look after if you are thinking of launching your own successful side hustle whether in the form of content creating or in the form “brick and mortar” type of activity. … More How to start your successful money-making side business in 2020 with Marc
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Doug Nordman (AKA “Nords”) and his daughter Carol Pittner.
Both of them have had military careers as navy officers (Carol is a reservist at the moment) and Doug has been retired since 2002 at age 41! Carol is currently in her late 20s and already rapidly approaching financial independence as well.
We will discuss what it feels like to be retired at a young age, how Doug worked his way towards Financial Independence before the FIRE movement was a thing. We will exchange both interesting and fun anecdotes with Carol on how it was to grow up in a money-savvy environment. Topics will include frugality, Financial Independence, financial literacy throughout childhood, investing in the stocks markets through various recessions,…so all in all a lot of valuable information brought to you in an easy to understand conversation. Even though I do not have kids myself I really like the topic of teaching kids about money, because childhood to me is where your core beliefs and thoughts about money (and other topics) will be shaped. So it all starts from there. … More What early retirement feels like and how to make your kids money savvy with Doug and Carol
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Stephen from Navalign (A financial planning and investment management services firm in LA). He is a well-spoken Certified Financial Planner and helps his clients to cover their financial planning needs by advising them on: Investing their money, providing financial advice and tax and estate planning among others.
We will discuss a few lessons learned based on Steven’s experience with his clients and see how we can apply these even though we do not make millions. We will cover Stephen’s approach to investing in equities (stocks), how the rich invest and in what specific assets they do invest, why it is important to plan your taxes well (Do the rich use all the tax loopholes in the book?) and finally how to develop a positive money mindset. … More How Millionaires Manage Their Money and How To Develop a Positive Money Mindset with Stephen
Pete McPherson from http://www.doyouevenblog.com shares his fascinating journey from spending time in college in various majors to his early career as a CPA in corporate America. We then go to the meat of the episode where we discuss his transition in details from his stable and well-paid job as CPA to starting Do You Even Blog? full time earning him $0.
If you are here because you are a fellow blogger/Podcaster/”Finconner” , you are in for a treat as well: This will be the perfect episode to learn how Do You Even Blog? came to fruition. … More How Pete left his well-paid corporate job to pursue his passion
I finished reading The Order of The Phoenix, what a great adventure! But while I am proud of my little “achievement”, what I am most inspired about is the story of the author Joanne Rowling. … More An inspiring life lesson from J.K. Rowling