Apr 24, 2017
#74: Former financial planner and friend of the show, Joe
Saul-Sehy from Stacking Benjamins, joins me to answer the following
Kicking off today's episode, Nicky asks:
I'm young and healthy. My car is old and not-worth-much. And my personal property isn't exactly fancy-pants.
Do I *really* need...
Apr 17, 2017
#73: Last January, I went to a party at a trailer park that
featured a huge bonfire, a few llamas, and a member of Public
(I realize that sounds like the setup to a joke. Welcome to my life.)
While I was there, I met a former competitive chess player named Steve Gossett. Steve is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker...
Apr 10, 2017
#72: Spaghetti is a major part of my life.
I eat it, of course, as many people do. I also spill it all over my pants, despite the fact that I’m 33 and should’ve learned the rules of gravity by now.
But most importantly, I use spaghetti as a metaphor for my business. If I’m not sure if something will work or not,...
Apr 3, 2017
#71: Roger Whitney is known as the "retirement answer man."
"All I think about, all day long, is how to make that [retirement] transition successfully," he says.
But he holds a dirty little secret.
"I don't believe in retirement. And the most successful clients that I work with ... technically they're retired, but...