Studies show that children can have foundational money experiences as early as age five. These lessons can last a lifetime and it's important to make sure that young people have a health relationship with their possessions. Technology often gets a bad review when it attracts the attention of young people. But, what if we could use it as a positive force for education and assistance? Mac Gardner has about two decades of experience working in the financial and technology space. He's written multiple books and his most recent project is dedicated to teaching children the importance of understanding how money works. He also founded a technology firm dedicated to financial education for all. If you combine financial literacy and technology, you have a modern way of bringing the world together and offering vitally important information for all. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://www.bobdepasquale.com/podcast/98
Taking risks is hard. Especially for women because we are biologically programmed to have less testosterone, and that affects the way we respond to stressful situations. Studies show that the propensity for risk taking decreases for women, when we encounter stress, but actually increases for men. Even though we're programmed this way, it doesn't mean we can't reprogram our mind to actually take more calculated risks. In this episode I provide actionable tips for how you can learn to take risks and manage uncertainty. I also explain how to take risks to exit a business or situation that isn't serving you and how you know when the right time to quit is. Winners quit all the time… they just quit at the right things. Here's more of what I get into: 2:57 - Find Your Why5:00 - Start Small9:57 - Know Your Business (or the situation) In and Out15:33 - Fear Setting19:16 - The Dip22:51 - The Cul-De-Sac24:09 - The CliffGet $50 When you Sign Up For Wealthsimple✩ CONNECT WITH ME: ✩Instagram: @missfindependentTikTok: @nikafarbLearn more at missfindependent.comFor contact or business inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
How would you like to learn the skills required to build wealth?At WealthBuilders, we're on a mission to help 50,000 families completely transform their wealth and become financially independent. That's why we will be launching our brand new self-study course aimed at ambitious employees and time-poor business owners who want to move from financial insecurity to financial independence within 5 years.Tune in to find out all about the new WealthBuilders self-study course and how you can enter to win a free self-study course valued at £1995!! Resources Mentioned In This Episode:>> Enter the WealthBuilders Self Study Course Competition>> Join the WealthBuilders Academy>> REGISTER HERE FOR FREE RESOURCES ACCESS If you have been enjoying listening to WealthTalk - Please Leave Us A Review!
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with LGBT issues, YSL RICO, the GOAT Kendrick Lamar album review, Streaming Loophole, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
If you give a kid one $100 bill, what would they do with it? How do you teach a kid the discipline of saving especially when it is so easy to spend and consume? And where (and whom) can they turn to, to even learn the basics of money management and investing? In this episode of One Vision, Theo and Stephanie Foster chat with Mac Gardner, Founder & CEO of FinLit Tech, two-time author of The Four Money Bears and Motivate Your Money, on his quest to promote financial literacy and financial wellness. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ever feel awkward fitting in at business or social events? Whether online or in real life, meeting new people, going to events or participating in groups can be awkward, intimidating or even scary. Having the ability to show up in business, meet people and show up like an authentic human making real connections can make a huge difference to your bottom line. You can be the ‘life of the party', or at least have an amazing time if you do this one simple step, I am teaching you on the Money Mindful podcast today. The Money Mindful podcast is all about helping you transform your relationship with yourself and money. You can expect to learn about mental fitness, how to make your goals as good as done, money mindset, and self-love. Hi there! I'm your host Meaghan Jean Smith; a Money Mindset and Certified Life Coach. I help entrepreneurial women achieve their money & life goals. Work with me to up-level your money mindset, let go of your limiting beliefs about yourself & money and create the life you deserve. Get full show notes and more information here: http://moneymindful.com.au/podcast127/ https://www.instagram.com/meaghanjsmith/ https://www.facebook.com/moneymindfulpodcast/
Right Thinking with Steve Coplon.This week's show is called "Success Habits by Napoleon Hill." Tune in and hear Steve discuss Success Habits - Proven Principles for Greater Wealth, Health, and Happiness by Napoleon Hill. Steve will introduce you to Napoleon Hill in a way that will surely inspire you and motivate you to do the things that you make your mind up to do.
In this episode, Nick dives DEEP into his upbringing, the struggles that he faced along his ~9 year Entrepreneurial journey, and how he managed to Build a 7 Figure Fitness Brand- all while going through his own Healing & Awakening Journey!
As a man of true integrity with infectious energy, Bob Wheeler's crusade for personal growth has cross-pollinated with his accounting practice to create a new approach to personal finances. His passion is to help others gain insights about how their emotions trigger financial decisions. Bob Joins the Talk Wealth To Me crew to give his inspiring outlook on life and finances. A professional CPA by trade Bob noticed that many of his clients had many of same emotional traits when it came to their knowledge of money management.We also touch on how climbing a mountain brought a financial epiphany. Support the show
Cindy Couyoumjian is the architect behind the REALM investment portfolio, which is an innovative multi-asset-class portfolio that is both flexible and customizable to each individual investor. Beyond the numerous financial services Cindy offers, she is also an educator and motivational speaker. When she is not meeting with clients, you may find her giving her monthly lectures and seminars on such groundbreaking topics as the Google Mind, the Gilded Age, and the Moral Imperative of Financial Literacy. Cindy Couyoumjian is a certified financial planner, entrepreneur, educator, and philanthropist. Her career in finance spans over 35 years and has largely been dedicated to establishing dynamic investment strategies for her clients. As the owner of Cinergy Financial, an investment firm in Tustin, California, Cindy and her team take a holistic approach to investing. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: email@example.com Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with Cindy Couyoumjian: Website: https://cinergyfinancial.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cindycouyou?lang=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cindycouyou/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cindy-couyoumjian Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cinergyfinancial/
Adulthood can be hard, especially for those fresh out of college looking to start a career. In today's episode, we are discussing “adulting” and the crucial financial literacy lessons that must accompany this transition in order to achieve a life of success. We'll kick off the show with our list of the top movies about adulting and finding your direction in life. Then, we'll discuss the things you can do to “officially” become an adult with your finances. We'll wrap the show with an in-depth discussion on financial literacy and why it is so important to teach kids at a young age. It can be difficult to ask for help, especially for a 20-something-year old trying to make it in the world, but it's vital that every person takes the initiative to self-educate and grow their financial knowledge … or else they will be starting off on the wrong foot and creating a path of difficulties in life. Build a fulfilling life and become financially literate! — The List: Best Movies About Finding Your Way in Life — Hashtags of the week: #Adulting #FinancialLiteracy #Ballyhooing #Garfunkel #GreekOnTheBrain #WeDontTalkAboutFICO — Visit us online: www.bullcastpodcast.com Produced by Cameron Spann | Powered by Pickler Wealth Advisors Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com
On this episode of The HasBeens Podcast, we have Ben Coulibaly AKA Ben The Banker joining the crew to discuss Financial Literacy, Home Ownership, investments, and many other topics. Be sure to tap in to this super informative episode of The HasBeens Podcast
The S&P 500 is down 13% YTD. The yield curve inverted on April 1st 2022. Interest rates are rising. The markets and the news are all “doom and gloom” but how are you as an investor really going to be affected?In this episode I break down how to ‘recession proof' your finances, and actionable ways to take care of your investments, savings and income during this time.Here's what I get into: 1:33 - How inflation is affecting prices4:18 - State of the job market7:02 - Interest rates & the Fed9:24 - WTF is the Yield Curve11:07 - Taking a snapshot of your finances13:43 - Dealing with market volatility15:24 - Career opportunities and levelling up your skill set16:04 - Good debt vs. bad debt 18:48 - Boosting your credit score20:21 - Importance of saving22:40 - Recession proofing your investments Hope you enjoy this one.Free Intro To Investing WorkshopSpots are Limited. Make Sure You Sign Up!!✩ CONNECT WITH ME: ✩Instagram: @missfindependentTikTok: @nikafarbLearn more at missfindependent.comFor contact or business inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Feroldi joins us to discuss his new book, "Why Does The Stock Market Go Up?". We start the discussion off by catching up on Zillow and how the company has done over the last few years. Listen in to hear Brett, Ryan, and Brian banter about Zillow and the stock market as a whole. Enjoy the show! We will conduct Bonus Interviews periodically whenever Brett and Ryan are eager to speak with a certain guest but know that the discussion wouldn't fit our traditional show format. Sign-up to 7investing with code "MONEY" and get $100 off your annual subscription: https://7investing.com/subscribe/ Buy Brian's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Why-Does-Stock-Market-Everything/dp/1735066168 Want updates on future shows and projects? Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/chitchatmoney Contact us: email@example.com Timestamps Zillow | (3:18) Brian's New Book | (12:52) Financial Literacy | (24:12) Disclosure: Chit Chat Money hosts and guests are not financial advisors, and nothing they say on this show is formal advice or a recommendation. Brett Schafer and Ryan Henderson are general partners and portfolio managers at Arch Capital. Arch Capital and its partners may hold securities discussed on this show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How would you like to increase your recurring revenue by 900% in 18 months?Well, this is what WealthBuilder Academy member James Clack did and in the latest WealthTalk podcast episode, James shares his journey after joining in December 2020 as he looked for focus and structure, in a position of financial insecurity.Tune in to hear the steps James has taken to generate £3,000 per month from assets following our signature Recurring Revenue Roadmap. Resources Mentioned In This Episode:>> Connect with James Clack [LinkedIn]>> WT131: Member Spotlight: Claire Snedker>> Join the WealthBuilders Academy>> REGISTER HERE FOR FREE RESOURCES ACCESS If you have been enjoying listening to WealthTalk - Please Leave Us A Review!
Being an Independent Mortgage Broker is in Andy Treno's blood. With his dad opening the first broker shop in Minnesota in 1987, loans and title companies were a part of nightly dinner table conversations, and making spreadsheets and stuffing envelopes was Andy's summer job. After going to school to become a financial advisor, Andy got a job at a bank but quickly realized that mortgages are what he loved, and a bank was not the place to best put together home loans. Andy, as a Mortgage Banker, was ranked top 10 in the state for selling home loans, but he got called into a manager's office for not cross-selling enough checking accounts. A homeowner's dream home and an entire family's generational wealth should not be treated with the same respect given to food that's about to expire at a chain restaurant. Andy understands that mortgages are not something you just sell. You don't tell the client what they need. You listen to them, learn their wants and needs, analyze their financial situation and look over their 1003s. You sit families down face-to-face and have conversations about their life goals and then take the time and effort to explore multiple different loan products from multiple different lenders to find the option that works best for each individual family. It is for this exact reason that Andy has made it his life's mission to educate and advise homeowners everywhere. Andy knows it's their money and their decision, he just wants to help them make the best possible choice for their family's future. One of the biggest things that make brokers better are options, and Andy makes sure to take advantage of all the options at his disposal. Whether it's using multiple Brokers Are Better Network partners like leadPops, LendingPad, Homebot, and Pre-Approve Me, or becoming an expert in everything from first-time homebuyer FHA to reverse mortgages (with a specialty in VA as a member of VettedVA), Andy is always looking for new ways to help more people. And it's up to each and every individual independent mortgage broker to make sure they're helping as many homeowners as possible by taking advantage of everything at their disposal. As a member of AIME's ethics committee, Andy stresses the importance of taking the time to not just educate your borrowers, but educate yourself. You are the expert, clients are going to look to you for answers. As rates rise, don't slack off or cut back. Take advantage of the extra time and reinvest in yourself and your business. NOTES: (1:50) Family Business(4:51) Company Culture & Growth(12:00) Tech Stack & Lender List (19:00) Financial Literacy & Ethics (30:52) Parting Advice This Episode Is Sponsored By leadPops
Money is at the ROOT of all problems in a relationship….right?Going by the statistics, money issues are the leading cause of divorce. Your relationship/marriage is likely to suffer if there are tensions around money.This goes to show how important this topic is and why we should all cultivate a culture of transparency around money in committed relationships.But it is not always easy.Most of our money beliefs are deep-rooted and depend on how we were raised as well as other influences in our lives.In this episode, we discuss the critical questions and conversations you must have in any relationship about money.We explore the 6 KEY AREAS around money that every couple should talk about to establish a common ground if they don't want money to kill their relationship.In addition, we give some advice based on our own experiences and how we establish our priorities in every season of life.Tune in