Have you ever wondered, How did I get here? You're not alone—life has made us question a lot since 2020. That's why I'm so excited for you to hear this episode. I'll help you take control of your money, and my friend Christine Caine will help you get your faith back on track. Tune in to find out: Is your budget ready for Christmas? What to do when you doubt God with Christine Caine How to save money on gifts (for every occasion!) RC Wallet: bit.ly/3iLIy1k Ramsey+ bit.ly/3EoHI3V
You've made it to retirement, now what. What happens if the market makes the inevitable correction. Can you recover and still have the retirement you planned? This week Saba Kahn offers tips on how to protect your nest egg in spite of a market downturn. Visit 1890Wealth.com Call 800-730-3385.
Things are very overwhelming right now, and emergencies seem to be coming in constantly. When emergency facilities are full, what is the solution? Today's guest is Brandon Zweerman from Ottawa Animal Emergency and Specialty Hospital, and he has worked in several different roles in his career. He is a strong believer that happier employers can build a better practice. Today, Brandon and I discuss emergencies and how this surge in caseloads across North America is creating the need to make new decisions. Brandon offers excellent advice on cooperative communication, scripts for effectively saying no to clients, and managing the team in a way that makes them feel supported. Show Notes: [2:17] - Many practices are having to stop emergency services because of the overwhelming case load. [3:46] - Brandon explains how he met with other emergency facilities to come up with a plan to work together. [6:17] - Cooperative communication is key but in this industry, we are notorious for working alone. [7:12] - Brandon reflects on the surge of emergency caseloads and how he was driven to make new decisions. [8:49] - How do you tell clients that you aren't able to see a patient? Brandon gives an example of a script he has been using in his practice. [11:01] - Employees need to know that they are supported. [12:28] - Even general hospitals for people are at capacity and Brandon used that information to explain the problem for the clinic as well. [14:38] - Brandon triages out anything that is not immediately life-threatening. [15:50] - Some people realize their capacity but others struggle with saying no. [17:14] - Meeting at least once a month to discuss problems and solutions is critical. [18:56] - Financially speaking, saying no is particularly hard. [20:32] - The money is so good, but what are the consequences of taking an overwhelming case load? [23:40] - Debbie shares how not everyone is preparing clients for what to expect. [25:38] - There needs to be a symbiotic relationship between emergency clinics and general practice. [27:00] - How can you shift around tasks and decisions to alleviate pressure on doctors? [28:02] - Talk to your team and get their perspective. Thank you for listening. Remember you are not in this alone. Visit our website for more resources. Links and Resources: VHMA Web Page VHMA Coronavirus Resources VHMA Facebook VHMA Twitter VHMA on Linkedin Ottawa Animal Emergency and Specialty Hospital Website
Reddit Stories in today's r/aita, OP lived with his large family in where his parents kept having children although not being able to keep up financially with the demands of a larger family. It mean cutting back on birthdays, never eating out and then to passing down torn school clothes. Eventually, OP gets a job and the money gets taken from OP to contribute towards the household. OP has had enough of it...0:00 Intro0:32 Story 12:32 Story 1 Comments6:13 Story 28:16 Story 2 Comments11:52 Story 314:56 Story 3 CommentsLet's connect, all socials here
When looking to hire a financial advisor, what are some of the things you need to be aware of? Hiring the right financial advisor for you all comes down to knowing what you're looking for, what you're paying for, and whether the person you're working with knows what they're doing. In this episode of the Secure Your Retirement podcast, we cover the 8 questions you need to know positive answers to from a potential financial advisor before hiring them. In this episode, find out: · Make a commitment to yourself to get your checkup done. · List your objectives on the type of relationship that you want to have with a financial advisor. · Ask questions – eight questions you need to know answers to from a potential financial advisor. · Meet and sit down with the advisor you choose to hire to get to know them at a personal level. · Ensure you get something in writing as far as a contract that states relevant terms. · Understand the difference between a certification and a title. Tweetable Quotes: · “If you have a list built out in front of you, take that to your advisor meetings as you're searching for that person to see if they match up to what you're looking for.”- Murs Tariq · “The number one reason why a person will leave their financial advisor has nothing to do with performance, it has everything to do with communication.” - Radon Stancil Resources: If you are in or nearing retirement and you want to gain clarity on what questions you should be asking, learn what the biggest retirement myths are, and identify what you can do to achieve peace of mind for your retirement, get started today by requesting our complimentary video course, Four Steps to Secure Your Retirement! To access the course, simply visit https://pomwealth.net/3-keys-to-secure-your-retirementlp/ (POMWealth.net/podcast.)
Do you consider yourself rich, poor, or something in between? In reality, we all have a different idea of what rich and poor look like and we use our lives as a measuring stick. Those who have less than us are poor and those who have more are rich. But what if we are focusing on the wrong thing entirely? What if we need to stay in our own lane and work on bettering our own financial situation, instead of watching everyone else? Today's show will give you the blueprint on how to get started when your finances seem too messy to handle. If you know you need to change your financial lifestyle, but you don't know where to start- today's show is for you! Tune in to find out what you need to do today to get yourself in a better financial place in the future. Links from today's episode: Are you ready to save over $17,000 annually? Find out how inside of the Simplified Savings Guide at AmberleeRich.com/savings and use the coupon code AR10 for 10% off.Can you imagine what life would be like if you and your partner knew what you wanted and how to get there? Let me show you how… For $7 you can get instant access to my Marriage Goal Setting Guide at https://amberleerich.com/goalsetting/Want to know how Amberlee and her family got out of debt at age 31? Go to richlivingonless.com/31. Are you ready to join the FREE 5-day Motherhood Challenge? https://amberleerich.com/motherhood/ Connect with me: Facebook: www.facebook.com/amberlee.richInstagram: www.instagram.com/amberlee_rich
Niqua is the owner of Financially Winning and she completed her debt free journey in May 2021, tackling $21K of student loan debt in 11 months. Originally from the Virgin Islands, she uses Financially Winning to focus on providing resources and tips to help individuals with their finances, from budgeting to debt payoff and more! Niqua is also a travel blogger, owns an Etsy Shop and provides personalized coaching sessions, to help each individual create a financial action plan to improve their overall financial wellness and build wealth. She has traveled to 20+ countries and 24 states. Her travel platform shares budget travel tips, travel hacks and experiences. She is currently on a journey to travel to all 50 states! Connect with Jacent: On Instagram At WamalaWellness.com On Youtube SUBSCRIBE | The Jacent's Gems Podcast On Anchor.fm On Apple Podcasts Sponsorships: off for this episode --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jacentsgems/support
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In this episode of the Nacho Kids Podcast, Lori and David, co-founders of Nacho Kids, interview John Burwell. John is a stepdad in his blend of four years. He has two adult bio sons and two stepdaughters, ages 21 and 12. John takes care of his blend financially but is expected to step back from any parenting of his youngest stepdaughter. John is dealing with feeling used, taken advantage of, and not part of the family. In this episode, we discuss: Stepdads struggle too Financially providing for your stepkid only to be told not to parent the stepkid Loyalty binds When bio dad decides to re-enter the picture When bio dad chooses to not help financially
Chris Doughty is the founder of Gentian Financial Inc., a comprehensive private wealth management practice that specializes in retirement planning for select clientele. As a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor® and a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, he has in-depth knowledge of what individuals face when planning for a meaningful retirement. On this episode, Dr. Jeffrey Gladden from Gladden Longevity, and Dr. Mark Young talk with Chris about finance and how to set yourself up well to live beyond 120, the mindset shift that comes with this, and how to build a durable and antifragile financial strategy. We discuss… The tip of the day, which touches on emotional intimacy and sexuality within a romantic relationship (1:45); A little bit about Chris, his firm, Gentian Financial, the typical financial and retirement plan, and the paradigm shift that comes with living beyond 120 (15:10); How to break barriers and expand the future of financial planning (19:16); The difference between a job and a vocation, and how Chris uses a long-term vocational approach in his planning, rather than a short-term retirement approach (22:05); How those who are on the trajectory to live to 120 and beyond should handle their finances (24:17); Different questions to ask to help you identify what your passions are and identify your long-term vocation (25:36); The state of the world financially and what we should be looking at for the long-term, including cryptocurrency, stocks, private investments, and life insurance (27:12); The importance of evaluating the cost of your lifestyle and planning accordingly (32:36); What is a durable, antifragile strategy, and what it means to build purpose with your investments (35:21); The importance of investing in your health, especially if you are planning on living longer (40:32); What retirement is and how you can look at it as transitioning to your next vocation (43:33); The beauty of having your health, mental clarity, and longevity, and how it gives you the ability to do different things and transition from one vocation to another (45:03); Identifying the things that are meaningful to you and what those passions are (46:10); The number one mindset shift is having gratitude (50:25); Having the willingness to take risks in order to pursue something you are passionate about and brings you joy (51:59); Social security and when you should pull it if you have the mindset of living beyond 120 (55:15); The possibility of means-testing and unrealized gains taxing (57:34); The pros and cons of building up assets to leave to the next generation (59:56); The surge in the number of 40-year-old and 50-year-olds “retiring” and transitioning to another vocation (1:06:26); Dr. Gladden's final thoughts on today's show (1:08:24); A metaphor shared by Dr. Mark Young (1:09:07); Gentian Financial: https://www.gentianfinancial.com/ Gladden Longevity: https://www.gladdenlongevity.com/
She aims to help others build wealth-health using her experience saving corporations and clients ranging from JP Morgan, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Ernst & Young millions of dollars. Her candid experience as a minority, emigrant business owner drives her to help others navigate the financial world. For decades, Cece has been offering her wisdom and insight into the world of finance and entrepreneurship to students and companies alike. Let's see how she Get up, Dress up, and Show up! CONNECT WITH HER https://www.ceceleung.com/ Personal transformation takes time, subscribe now, and let's grow together! --------------------------------------------------------
Charla McKinley created the interactive finance curriculum, "Beyond Personal Finance," which provides money, finance and budget training to teenagers as they prepare for the real world. Connect with Charla at https://bpfclass.com/ Connect with Nate at: Instagram: http://instagram.com/nathanhaber Facebook: http://facebook.com/theoptimallifepodcast Web: http://natehaber.com
Toni: And following up, I have a question for you. So when did you start saying that, “Ha! Okay, so I am financially stable now in your point of life? Let's make it more personal, I guess. When did you feel that you are financially stable? Sean: Oh man, it was a journey. I remember when I wanted to get married and here in the Philippines, that means a boat load of money, right? Especially in the Chinese community. So I'm Fil-Chi. I'm more of a Pinoy than a Chinese now because I speak better Tagalog than I speak Chinese. I'm actually not that good at speaking Chinese. And being Fil-Chi means you have to have like, 300, 400, 500 guests in your wedding, which is a lot. For me, it was a 500 guests wedding. And so I would be tilted to becoming unstable again, during that time. If you don't have those gaps in life where it's going to drain your money, like buying my first house. That was something that put me in debt. Was it a good debt? I would say so. I would say it was a good debt and I loaned my house for 10 years from the bank. But I had the discipline to attack that debt and pay it off in three years. And by God's grace, I was able to already pay it in three years. So again, it's not that complicated. It is difficult because you have to have a lot of discipline. There are times in my life where I become a lot less stable suddenly because I make investments and I loan from the bank, but I have a steady stream of income to expect. It will fluctuate because it's a business. So business is not always good. Sometimes there's a season that this is as good, and sometimes not so good. But still you can expect something there and you can project, that's why I loaned 10 years to pay, just to be safe. If something happened unexpectedly, I have 10 years, the bank's not going to foreclose on me. But my goal is really to attack it in three years and be done with it. So I hope that sheds light. I'm not sure if I answered the question, but I hope that sheds light. Toni: Yeah, you did. You did. Like you've mentioned that it was a long journey for you until you actually became financially stable and you had to make a lot of decisions along the way, like getting mortgage loans and then getting married, expecting what? 300 guests? Sean: 500 guests. Toni: 500 guests. Okay. Sean: Yeah, that wedding was expensive, but it's for the parents. It's for your parents. That's how you honor them. How about you Toni? Since you asked me, we're comparing notes. I want to do the honor and give you the question back. When did you consider yourself being financially stable? Toni: Well, I would say when I first started to take on a lot of side hustles, I was not stable because sometimes I would get this amount of income monthly, and then sometimes there's none. Freelancers here could relate because we don't really know when we are going to have that stable source of income. And even when I was earning on a good month, sometimes I would have nothing left to save and I guess it would be because of my spending habits. So I did start seeing or telling myself that I am financially stable when I'm able to put off this certain amount of savings monthly and I actually started investing. So that's when I realized, okay, I got the momentum and I think I am stable now because I expect a steady source of income coming in and I know how much to set aside monthly for savings. Then I got to do the things that I like, traveling and treating my parents. That's it for me. That to me is when I realized I was stable financially. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack
In today's episode we hear from someone who doesn't make as much money as their partner, nor did they grow up with as much family wealth. Now that they are living together, they are faced with how to have an uncomfortable conversation about how spending, money, and expectations. Join Us On Patreon Get access to even more bonus content with our This Is Awkward Patreon starting at just $3! https://www.patreon.com/thisisawkwardpodcast Sponsors Statement Cards http://statementcards.com Budgeting Basics Email Course What I'm Loving Chris - ipad mini Allison - Instagram shoppers Have an awkward money situation? If so, we want to hear from you! Feel free to call in, leave us a voicemail, and we will play it on the show. You can either share your name or remain completely anonymous. The number to call is 707-200-8259. Connect with us on Instagram! @thisisawkwardpodcast Chris - @popcornfinancepodcast Allison - @inspiredbudget
In this episode, Dasha Kennedy, founder of The Broke Black Girl, joins us to talk about her journey through divorce, debt, and building a brand from the ground up. Dasha went from living paycheck-to-paycheck and struggling with debt, to using the skills gained from her 9-5 job to pivot into a full-time entrepreneur and personal finance educator. We dive deep into the sacrifices Dasha made, how she weathered the pandemic as a new entrepreneur, and how to be a leader in your family and community. If you need reassurance that your low point isn't your forever point, listen to this episode today! In this episode we share: How Dasha got into debt and when her breaking point was Sacrifices Dasha made to get out of debt and change her family's perspective on money When and why Dasha transitioned from her 9-5 job to her full-time business How Dasha built @thebrokeblackgirl from 0 followers to over 200k + more Other related blog posts/links mentioned in this episode: Listen to the Learn to Trade As A Side Hustle To Reach Your Financial & Life Goals FREE Audio Training with Teri Ijeoma by clicking here. Join The Weekly Newsletter List Leave me a voicemail– Leave me a question on the Journey To Launch voicemail and have it answered on the podcast! Watch me on News12 Watch my latest segments on News12 YNAB – Start managing your money and budgeting so that you can reach your financial dreams. Sign up for a free 34 days trial of YNAB, my go-to budgeting app by using my referral link. Connect with Dasha: Website Instagram:@TheBrokeBlackGirl Facebook:@BrokeBlackGirl Connect with me: Instagram: @Journeytolaunch Twitter: @JourneyToLaunch Facebook: @Journey To Launch Join the Private Facebook Group Join the Waitlist for My FI Course Get The Free Jumpstart Guide
We discuss the massive Facebook hack and Col. Scheller. Our guests are: Jack Posobiec, Joe Allen, Zach Vorhies, Sharri Markson, Joe Hoft, Eddie Gallagher, Bernie Kerik Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 10/04/2021 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews
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Paul Baniel is the Vice President of Finance and Administration of the Green Bay Packers. He's a veteran of over 35 years in the sports and entertainment industry. Having joined the Packers in 2009, he's one of the key leaders in guiding the franchise to new heights. Paul joined SGG as we continue our “Running a Championship System” series. We discussed: 1. The role of sports in his life as he grew up the 7th of 10 children. 2. As leader in Packers organization: Becoming a steward of a community asset. 3. Stewardship: one of the Packers five values. 4. Similarities between the Packers and Steelers franchises. “You definitely see a lot of parallels. 5. Key phases of the calendar year: end of fiscal year; building budget; reporting. For facilities and IT, off-season is project season. 6. “When the team is not in the building, that's the time when we can change things in the team areas.” 7. How communication plays out across his three departments. 8. The Packers' “mission, vision, values” approach. 9. What Paul values in looking for staff members: independence, creativity, problem-solving. 10. Servant leadership. If the team performs well “all the boats rise.” 11. The challenge of seeking upward advancement in an organization where there is little turnover. “Sometimes you have to move out to move up.” 12. Being introduced to servant leadership while leading at Potawatomi Casino…And applying the principles in his work with the Packers. 13. Working with employees: “Tell me what you need and don't beat around the bush.” 14. Challenges and adaptations that he foresees for the future. 15. How roots and identity influence Packers' decision-making. “We try to display a good amount of humility in our organization.” 16. Finding an edge as an organization. 17. “Winning financially helps us to win on the field.”
Forty-Sixth episode of the series, where we talk about our personal finances. We ask ourselves the tough questions and see whether or not we are setting ourselves up for longterm financial success and are already taking care of our retirement plans or if that's a responsibility that our future selves should take care of.... So tune in and enjoy!Music by Bensound.
Legacy Game Changers Podcast Episode 28: How To Raise Financially Smart Kids Host: Zanetta Rogers, Financial Management Expert Discussion: *Lessons for ages 5 - 7 years old *Lessons for ages 8 - 10 years old *Lessons for ages 11 - 14 years old *Lessons for ages 15 - 18 years old Produced by Elite Conversations Podcast Media https://www.eliteconversations.com/mypodcast.html
How do I teach my kid to be financially responsible? On this episode, Art talks with Bryan Lark, author of One Kid, One Dollar, about how parents can help their kids become financially responsible. Money questions:I have 2 young kids. What is the best tool you have found for helping your kids understand how to take care of money?I am approaching the point when I can start taking Social Security. Should I take it now or wait?Notes:One Kid, One Dollar | Buy it here: https://amzn.to/3m8FPQEThe Secret Slide Money Club Series | Buy it here: https://www.artrainer.com/the-secret-slide-money-clubThe Essential Emergency Binder | Buy it here: https://www.artrainer.com/essential-emergency-binderEpisode Sponsor:Most churches struggle to get people to give. SecureGive has created a system that helps churches increase giving so their ministry is funded to reach their community. SecureGive helps churches increase giving in 3 ways: software that makes giving easy, a custom growth strategy, and ongoing stewardship resources. They stand out by offering a real ministry partnership, the most cost-effective solution with the lowest processing rates, and the most comprehensive giving platform available. Use the code 'RAINER20' to get 20% off your first year! Learn more here: https://www.securegive.com/
You don't have to be an expert to invest, but if you want to invest using leverage, some advanced knowledge is required. This week, I sat down with the Money Mechanic to discuss how he and his wife invest with leverage to get ahead financially. For the unfamiliar, Money Mechanic is the host of two Canadian personal finance podcasts, FI Garage and Explore FI Canada. He's a helicopter mechanic by trade, but an investor at heart. He loves talking about anything money and is passionate about teaching Canadians how to achieve Financial Independence. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/168 This episode of The MapleMoney Show is brought to you by Willful. Did you know that 57% of Canadian adults don't have a will? Willful has made it more affordable, convenient, and easy for Canadians to create a legal Will and Power of Attorney documents online from the comfort of home. In less than 20 minutes and for a fraction of the price of visiting a lawyer, you can gain peace of mind knowing you've put a plan in place to protect your children, pets, and loved ones in the event of an emergency. Get started for free at https://maplemoney.com/willful and use promo code MAPLEMONEY to save 15%.
Freedom Creators Podcast: The MLM coaching podcast that gets your questions on network marketing, mindset, duplication, leadership, creating passive income, and more answered. Join Melanie for an insightful interview with African network marketing leader Anand Patel. Anand has built a sizeable 7 figure business whilst living in poverty-stricken Zimbabwe. He brings a diverse education, business intelligence, soul and culture to the table. His magical nuggets would help anyone who struggles with the "I don't have the money" objection. Also, YOU can be our next Subscriber of the Week! This week we are rewarding 1 lucky Subscriber of the week with... $50 Cash Giveaway! For this occasion, we are giving $50 in CASH to 1 randomly selected subscriber that has Subscribed, Reviewed, and Shared our Podcast on their social media platforms and tagged 5 of their friends! FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO WIN STEP 1: Listen to this episode. STEP 2: Subscribe to our Freedom Creators Podcast (if you haven't already) and leave a review. STEP 3: Share our podcast on Instagram and tag 5 of your friends in comments and also us: @freedomcreatorsclub OR Share it on Facebook and tag any of us (Melanie, Efrosyni, Freedom Creators Club) We will announce our winner on the Facebook Group.
The pandemic has impacted us all. Financially, emotionally, physically, and in ways that we probably haven't realized yet. We've also watched our kiddos struggle, both at home and at school. It's time to think of our kids' brains as more than a vessel to store the information we're throwing at them. They're more prone to depression and anxiety than we may realize. On this episode, we're exploring how our kids are handling the pandemic and its aftermath (not well) and what we, as educators, “safe adults,” and parents can do to support them. I give you three suggestions on how we can lessen the pressure that our youth are feeling and spotlight the amazing progress that one Colorado school has made. Jump in the Conversation: [2:17] Pandemic statistics on mental health [4:00] How children's brains and mental health have changed during the pandemic [5:43] Three suggestions for how we can lessen the toll of the pandemic [6:01] Psychological Safety [9:03] Creating Stability [10:43] Safe Adult or Champion Links Episode 73: Breaking Barriers for Our Students and Our Future with Stanley Litow Episode 72: Bringing Psychological Safety to Our Teachers EdActive Collective Back to Class, How Schools Can Rebound series CDC mental health statistics National Institute of Mental Health pandemic statistics Furfaro's Education Lab articles Seattle Times article: Scientists are racing to uncover the pandemic's toll on kids' brains LEADPrep five-point scale template The Hechinger Report: When kids pick their ‘trusted adult,' it pays off Rita Pierson's TED: Every Kid Needs a Champion Email Maureen Maureen's TEDx talk: Changing My Mind to Change Our Schools The Education Evolution Facebook: Follow Education Evolution Twitter: Follow Education Evolution LinkedIn: Follow Education Evolution Maureen's book: Creating Micro-Schools for Colorful Mismatched Kids Micro-school feature on Good Morning America The Micro-School Coalition Facebook: The Micro-School Coalition LEADPrep
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This week on The Pet Buzz, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Elissa Weimer-Sentner of Paw & Order Dog Training about common mistakes puppy owners make and Dr. Wooten of Pumpkin Care about how pet owners are not financially and unrealistically prepared for unexpected and emergency veterinary visits. Reed and Fleck talk about how the Smithsonian Zoo lions and the tiger at the have Covid but officials have yet to determine the source of the human transmission.
There is nothing wrong with dating a man who is financially unstable as part of your Mantourage™, but supporting him financially is another story. Find out in this episode of Single Smart Female LISTEN HERE: Important Links and Mentions in this Episode: Learn how to Mantourage Date™ the right way. Want to surprise […] The post 259 Should You Financially Support A Man That You Are Dating? – Dating Help With Single Smart Female appeared first on Have Him Your Way with Jenn Burton.
Today on the podcast I have Liz Enrique from ambitious adulting. Liz is a personal finance mentor that helps overwhelmed millennials learn about money so they can confidently take control of their finances. Today Liz and I discuss: What it means to be an ambitious adult Step-by-step how to start investing How to invest if you have debt Understanding budgeting What is socially responsible investing Plus so much more! For more on Liz: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ambitiousadulting/?hl=en Website: https://www.ambitiousadulting.com/ Victoria Evans Science-Based Intuitive Eating Coach BIG SALE - Craving Food Freedom 6 Week Course: https://www.victoriaevansofficial.com/craving-food-freedom-course To follow me on Instagram: @victoriaevansofficial https://www.instagram.com/victoriaevansofficial/ To sign up for the biweekly newsletter: https://www.victoriaevansofficial.com/foodforthoughtsignup --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/victoriaevans/support
For some physicians, achieving financial independence is the end-all-be-all to living the good life. Pursuing it can be fantastic when well-balanced and a key factor to reducing burnout. In this episode of the Finance For Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks to Donovan Sanchez, a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and founder of Skyview Financial Planning, about the pursuit of financial independence. Topics Discussed: What is financial independence? Financially set for life Pursuit of Financial Independence: Be reflective, thoughtful, and understanding Does financial independence buy happiness and solve life’s problems? Physician’s Perspective: Achieve financial independence sooner than later Field of Medicine: Doctor’s motivation is to help people, make money, escape I.R.E. Movement: Pressure to payoff student loans in extraordinary timeframe Time and Money: What’s more important? Do you trade dollars for time? On Living a Rich Life: What would make your life really rich? Busy Work: Sacrifices need to be made from time to time - no regrets Vision Document: What do you want your life to be like? On track or not? Ask someone you love and trust to provide honest feedback Links: Donovan Sanchez’s Website 4 Ways Financial Independence Fights Burnout On Living a Rich Life How Conflicts of Interest Muddy the Financial Advice Waters Financial Independence Retire Early (F.I.R.E.) Movement Breaking Away From Traditional Primary Care to Start a Primary Concierge Service with Drs. Cady and Ryan Brown Citizen Kane Contact Finance for Physicians Finance for Physicians
72. 14 Ways to Set Your Kids Up To WIN Financially We have a YOUTUBE channel! Check it out here! Our Latest Videos: How Much You Need to Save to Retire (Master Saving Money!) How to Become a Millionaire With a Small Amount of Money (Is it Really This Easy!?) Got questions? Ask me on Instagram Here. @mastermoneyco This is the fastest way to get a response from me. You can also ask questions on TikTok @mastermoneyco Sponsors Thank you to Mint Mobile for sponsoring the show! Check them out at mintmobile.com/PFP Thanks to Policygenius for their support! Get free life insurance quotes at Policygenius.com Thanks to our sponsor Manscaped (Manscaped.com) for sponsoring this episode of the podcast. Use code PFP20 at checkout for 20% off + Free Shipping! Want to Support the Show? Follow on Spotify or Follow and Leave a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts! Today We Discuss: How to Teach Your Kids to Save. How to instill good money habits in your kids. How to prepare your kids for adulthood. How to help your kids build a great credit score. More Episodes You Will Love: The Stairway to Wealth (Where to Put Your Money In Order!) How to Optimize Your Bank Accounts How to Become a Roth IRA Millionaire How to Become a 401(k) Millionaire Savings Rate Episode! Why Index Funds Are King (Plus My Favorite Index Funds!) The Fastest Way to pay off Debt How to Run the Numbers on a rental Property How to Spend Money on Things That Bring You Value (Live Your Best Life!) Check out all the Stuff I Recommend! M1 Finance Open a Roth IRA Personal Capital Free Wealth Management + Budget App and Fee analyzer! CIT BANK (Best Savings Account) Best Personal Finance Books The Simple Path to Wealth - J L Collins The Millionaire Next Door - Thomas Stanley I Will Teach You To Be Rich - Ramit Sethi Rich Dad Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki ** Some links may be affiliate links and we earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. We only recommend products we truly believe in. Check us out on social fam! Twitter Dollar After Dollar Instagram www.thepersonalfinancepodcast.com www.dollarafterdollar.com www.mastermoney.co Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode your hosts Natasha and Stephany talk their sh*! on: •Dealing with things out of your control •First chiropractor experience •Getting interviewed vs doing the interviewing •Date While You Wait on the train with Thomas C. Knox •Being respectful of your partners wants and needs in the bedroom •Financially supporting your kids while they study or build a business •Some fun would you rather questions •Put yourself in my shoes: Would you stay with someone who never lets you forget the mistakes you've made while being with them? •And more! Tune in every week for more! Talk Your Sh*! Pod Merch: https://talkyourshitpod.com/store Pod Website: https://talkyourshitpod.com Charlotte's Web Code: TYSP for 15% OFF https://www.charlottesweb.com/all-charlottes-web-hemp-cbd-supplements?utm_source=pepperjam&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=2-373166&utm_content=241210&clickId=3595037948 We love hearing from you so feel free to rate, like, comment and subscribe. Email: Talkyourshitpodcast@gmail.com Youtube Instagram Twitter iTunes Spotify Google Podcasts
Financial security, what is it? For many, it is having the peace of mind to ensure that you can live and not live hand to mouth. For some, it means being prepared for whatever life sends your way is an essential part of being financially responsible. For others, it is having a steady income. One thing is for sure in 2020 and 2021, many people had financial difficulties as the economy went into a stand-still, businesses closed, people lost jobs, and many were struggling. But some people were prepared, so how do you prepare yourself for unseen roadblocks and the future? In this episode, we speak with an expert on how almost anyone can become financially secure.
Emergency funds, student loans, car payments and retirement plans - what should take first priority in your master financial plan? If your list of money items to tackle is long, it can be easy for decision paralysis to set in and for you to put off making any decisions at all! In this week's episode, I answer a listener's question about the first path to take after a personal budget is in place. Come Join Me on Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/c/PopcornFinance Have a Question? Send me a message at PopcornFinance.com/Voicemail Connect with me Instagram - @PopcornFinancePodcast Twitter - @PopcornFinance Facebook - Popcorn Finance
Molly Rimes is a Financial Planning Associate at InsMed Loan Advisory Services who pivoted away from a career in politics to pursue financial planning. She joins the show today to discuss her journey to the financial planning industry and what she has learned along the way. Listen in as Molly shares what it was like getting hired in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, how she overcame a lack of experience and education to land an entry-level role, and what she has learned over the last 6 months on the job. We also talk about why she pivoted away from a career in politics to go into financial planning, and how her political science education has helped her to become a better planner and added value to her firm. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3ClNUrN
In a significant move on 15 September, the Centre top-uped the telcos by a providing a four year moratorium on their due payment as part of its latests reforms. The move comes as a big relief to the financialLY starved industry, especially to Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel which are two of the hardest hit telcos. In short, these reforms provide the telcos four more year to pay their adjusted gross revenue (AGR) and spectrum dues and will kick in from 1 October. While the telcos will also have to pay interest on the four year deferral of payments, they have the option to convert the due amount into equity at the end of four years. But even though many experts have welcomed the reforms, the question which still looms in the air is if this is enough to help Vodafone Idea survive, which just six weeks ago was on the brink of collapse due to the burden of its exposure to the market. Host and Producer: Himmat Shaligram Guest: Sanjay Kapoor, former Bharti Airtel CEO Editor: Shelly Walia Music: Big Bang Fuzz Listen to The Big Story podcast on: Apple: https://apple.co/2AYdLIl Saavn: http://bit.ly/2oix78C Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2ntMV7S Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2IyLAUQ Deezer: http://bit.ly/2Vrf5Ng Castbox: http://bit.ly/2VqZ9ur
Community is more important than ever—so important that entire businesses are being built around the concept. Tatiana Figueiredo is a community strategist and the brain behind The Business of Community newsletter. Her focus is helping course creators and membership community leaders build thoughtful and financially stable community businesses. What is a community business exactly? In simple terms, it's an organization that makes money from facilitating connections that lead to growth. In today's episode, Tatiana joins host Jenna Snavely for a super smart, heart-centered conversation about how you can create a sense of belonging in your community business. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN: What most people truly want from a business community Why sharing something in common isn't enough to grow a healthy community How to effectively market the value of community Tips and tactics for building a financially profitable business community LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: The Business of Community newsletter Follow Tatiana on Twitter Tatiana's website (take her online course) orbit.love (a community platform Tatiana likes) Nonviolent Communication (Tatiana's book rec) OUR PARTNERS: Generate leads and improve sales with automated chatbots from Bot Builders FREE trial of email and SMS marketing with Sendlane Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to The DigitalMarketer Podcast? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!
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In this episode, we talk about the effects of the pandemic or just difficult financial challenges. Money problems are nothing new. Money problems effect us all and our lives in some shape or form. How can we make more money? What do we do if we have lost our job? What is we might have to quit due to new mandates and laws on vaccines or covid restrictions? We have 3 reminders and 5 pieces of advice on how to increase your situation and ease your worries. **Our Book Club is reopening - Get on the Wait List here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqlChYGyFlNYwiK3L1sGbR9SjgCiWQusegJx3ak-fg0iQnMw/viewform **Our Marriage Boost is opening soon. -Get on the Wait List Here: https://mindful-muslimah.ck.page/2dabf03148 **Get all of our FREE RESOURCES Here: https://www.mindful-muslimah.com/resources/ **If you are in Thrive...our Revert Classes are starting soon. Get on the Wait List! Login here: www.mindful-muslimah.com (Membership Section) **DM me on IG @mindfulmuslimah **Get a free call: Link to a 15 minute call - FREE https://calendly.com/mindfulmuslimah/15-minute-skype-consultation-call Link to a 45 minute call - Paid https://calendly.com/mindfulmuslimah/adult-45-minute-consultation-call --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mindfulmuslimah/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mindfulmuslimah/support
Kevin of Financial Panther talks about financial flexibility Episode 1645: You Probably Have No Idea What You Want by Kevin of Financial Panther on Being Financially Flexible Kevin is an attorney, writer, gig economy expert, side hustler, and the blogger behind Financial Panther. He paid off $87,000 worth of student loans in just 2.5 years by choosing not to live like a big shot lawyer. He started Financial Panther to share all he knows about personal finance, travel hacking, and making more money by side hustling. The original post is located here: https://financialpanther.com/you-probably-have-no-idea-what-you-want/ With Masterworks, you can invest in fractions of paintings from artists like Basquiat, Picasso, and Banksy. Skip the waitlist and secure your spot as an investor by visiting Masterworks.io/ofd Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily
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Show Summary Being involved in the accounting and bookkeeping side of your business is significant. In this episode, Dr. Julie Woods shares her discoveries in her business when she first implemented Profit First. She also mentions her struggles as a business owner in having turn-overs when her bookkeeper resigned. Dr. Julie also learned a lot by being a Profit First Professional that she didn't know when she was self-implementing Profit First in her business before. She also shares how she helps her clients by implementing Profit First in their businesses. Listen to this episode now! We value your thoughts, so don't forget to leave a comment below! Website: http://www.topekaperio.com/
Today's guest on the podcast is Niqua of Financially winning! She completed her debt-free journey in May 2021, tackling $21K of student loan debt in 11 months. Originally from the Virgin Islands, she moved to the US mainland on her own at the age of 18. Niqua uses Financially Winning to focus on providing resources and tips to help individuals with their finances, from budgeting to debt payoff and more! She is also a travel blogger, owns an Etsy Shop, and provides personalized coaching sessions, to help each individual create a financial action plan to improve their overall financial wellness and build wealth. WHAT NIQUA SHARED ON THE EPISODE: 1. What her “enough is enough” moment was that motivated her to pay off her debt 2. The specific things she did to pay off her debt in 11 months 3. How she kept herself motivated throughout her journey 4. Her key tips for people starting or on their debt payoff journey AND MUCH MORE! HOW TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH NIQUA: On her website: itsfinanciallywinning.com On social media: Instagram.com/FinanciallyWinning AND Facebook.com/FinanciallyWinning ❤ Get the best-selling Clever Girl Finance Books: clevergirlfinance.com/books ❤ Get access to 30+ free courses, worksheets, savings challenges, and our favorite banking resources: clevergirlfinance.com/course-packages/ ❤ Read the Clever Girl Finance Blog: clevergirlfinance.com/blog ❤ Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance
Want to avoid mistakes in Long Distance Investing? Download your FREE document at billykeels.com/7mistakestoavoid Going Long Podcast Episode 140: How Medical Professionals can be Financially Set Free In the conversation with today's guests, Savannah Arroyo, you'll learn the following: [00:28 - 02:37] Savannah's profile, in Billy's guest introduction. [02:37 - 10:56] The backstory and decisions made that led Savannah to this point in her journey. [10:56 - 13:51] Why Savannah decided to invest in real estate beyond her backyard, choosing long distance tangible assets rather than focusing on her home market location, and why she personally didn't see California as a good place to invest in. [13:51 - 19:25] How Savannah went about getting a successful team together for her investments, and the tactics that worked best. [19:25 - 23:45] The best ways that Savannah found to verify people to mitigate various risk factors. [23:43 - 30:07] Why Savannah has a passion for helping medical professionals. [30:07 - 33:34] The difference between the two tools of Joint Venture and Syndication, so that you can decide which is best for you in your particular situation. [33:34 - 35:43] What Savannah sees on the cards for her and the people she impacts over the next 12 months. Here's what Savannah shared with us during today's conversation: Where in the world Savannah is based currently: Los Angeles, California. The most positive thing to happen in the past 24 hours: Her 3 year old daughter has been taking swimming lessons, and yesterday managed to go fully underwater to grab an object! Favourite European City: Venice, Italy. A mistake that Savannah would like you to learn from so that you don't have to pay full price: Don't care so much about what other people think, or about doing things beyond the norm. Follow your passion! Book Recommendation: Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill. Be sure to reach out and connect with Savannah Arroyo by using the info below: Website: https://thenetworthnurse.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thenetworthnurse/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Networth-Nurse-103921808196277?ltclid Further links on Linktree: https://linktr.ee/thenetworthnurse Start taking action TODAY so that you can gain more Education and Control over your financial life. To see the Video Version of today's conversation just CLICK HERE. Do you want to have more control and avoid the mistakes that I made getting started in long distance investing? Then you can DOWNLOAD the 7 Mistakes to Avoid in Long Distance Investing Guide by clicking HERE. Be sure to connect with Billy! He's made it easy for you to do…Just go to any of these sites: Website: www.billykeels.com Youtube: billykeels Facebook: Billy Keels Fan Page Instagram: @billykeels Twitter: @billykeels LinkedIn: Billy Keels
Scripture For Today:Acts 10:30“Cornelius answered: “Three days ago I was in my house praying at this hour, at three in the afternoon. Suddenly a man in shining clothes stood before me…”What John Had to Say About Prayer pt 8The last several days, we have been studying what John had to say in 1 John 5:16 about a “sin unto death.” “There is a sin unto death: I do not say that he shall pray for it.” Notice that this is something God told us NOT to pray for. Amen! But, John also told what we ARE SUPPOSED TO pray for! We can read this in 3 John 2: “Beloved, I wish above all things that you may prosper and be in health, even as your soul prospers…” According to my Strong's Concordance, the Greek word “wish” actually implies, “to pray.” So we could read this verse as, “Beloved, I PRAY above all things, that you may prosper and be in health, even as your soul prospers.” Now, we have already established the fact that the writers of the Bible were inspired by the Holy Spirit in all things they wrote. If it were not so, they would not be included in the Word. Amen! So, if John was motivated by the Holy Spirit to pray for those believers he was writing to (which includes US, amen?), then it was the desire OF the Holy Spirit for every believer to PROSPER! It has to be for every believer – because God is not a respecter of persons (you can read that in Acts 10:34). So it is scriptural for us to pray that believers would prosper and be in health, even as their soul prospers. And notice, John said he prayed this – ABOVE ALL THINGS that he prayed for! Now, I can hear some of those denominational mis-instructed preachers saying, “There he goes again, misinterpreting the Bible…” But let me ask you, “old buddy,” is what I just read THE BIBLE? If it is – then what does the Concordance say? And if what I just shared is EXACTLY what the Word of God says, who is the one trying to misinterpret the Bible to say something it does not say? In other words – YOU need to repent for NOT praying that other believers, including yourself – PROSPER. That's financial prosperity included, in-case you're too dense to understand the meaning of the Word of God. I swear, some people need help to misinterpret the Bible. Amen! This scripture is talking about financial and material prosperity as well as good health and soul prosperity. God wants us to be healthy physically AND financially! WHY? Because if we use the prosperity HE provides for us – it is to share the Gospel and NOT to kick back and take it easy and eat chocolate bon-bons all day long. He needs us to take the WORD out into the world and share it. Amen! And that take MONEY. Amen. But notice something else here… God wants us to prosper, not just financially and not just physically. He wants our SOUL's to prosper, too! In case you did not know, YOU are a spirit. YOU live in a body. YOU have a soul – which is made up of your mind, your will and your emotions. And God wants your SOUL to prosper. That means you need to have a prosperous mind, a prosperous will and prosperous emotions. This entire scripture verse describes the Will of God for every believer to PROSPER in every area of our life: Financially, Physically, Mentally, Materially, and Emotionally. WHY? Because that allows us to share the Word of God and the Gospel of Jesus with others without worrying about “How are we going to get there?” Because everything encompasses those three things. Amen! So John is making it very, very clear here, that we are SUPPOSED to pray for our PROSPERITY – in every realm of our spirit and physical being. Amen! I want to pray for YOU right now – just as John prayed! Let's Pray! Beloved, I pray above all else, that YOU would prosper and be in health, even as you mind, your will and your emotions prosper – so YOU can share the Gospel with others and tell them what...
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