Oct 31, 2016
#49: If you're a longtime listener, you might remember J.D. Roth, founder of Get Rich Slowly and owner of Money Boss, from Episode 20.
In this previous interview, J.D. shared how he went from being in debt to financially independent.
Today, he's back for a special edition of the podcast.
J.D. and I didn't actually...
Oct 24, 2016
#48: Imagine that your goal is to build a flat stomach and stronger biceps. But deep down, subconsciously, you’re afraid you might fail.
So you procrastinate. “I’ll work out tomorrow,” you tell yourself. “Or next week. Or next year.” As a result, you don’t make progress.
But let’s flip the script....
Oct 17, 2016
#47: New York Times bestseller, radio and television personality, Clark Howard is known as a personal finance expert, that title doesn't tell the whole story.
He started reading stock tables when he was in fifth grade.
He began investing in real estate at the age of 22.
He created his own travel agency business at the...
Oct 10, 2016
#46: This episode is a little unusual because I interviewed
fellow podcast listeners live at FinCon (a conference for financial
Why? To get to know you and understand you better.
I want to know what makes you tick, and where your interest in money comes from.
Ultimately, why you're here, listening to this...
Oct 3, 2016
#45: Podcast listener Eva is interested in opening a Vanguard account. She noticed that people need $50,000 to access their personal advisor services. It’ll take her several years before she can access this. What should she do in the meantime?
Amy, another podcast listener, wants to invest $5,500 into her Roth IRA in...