Tracy emailed me stating that she is getting serious about her money but is afraid to invest her money in the stock market. She is looking for a little advice as to where to start. In this episode, I gave her a few of my ideas.
Two weeks ago, I got a check for $36,000. ($36,125 to be exact.) Following two simple principles - you want your money to work for you and it is better to make one BIG great decision than 1000 smaller good decisions - I spent all $36,000 in a single day and don't regret it. What did I buy? Take a listen and find out.
Do you ever get frustrated because you can't find the time for something you value? Working out, reading, and this podcast has been subject to that frustration for me. Luckily, I have changed the structure of my day to account for these important things. I have had the best of intentions to buy life insurance for the past two years. Yesterday, I woke up and made it happen. Why? Take a listen and find out.
Hello 2020! First podcast of the year. This one comes from a conversation card that I was asked while on a trip to London. My music "career" plateaued despite my love for it. Why? The answer, when applied to finances, can make you a "rockstar."
I'm back! Sorry about that. Last two months have been doozies for a multitude of reasons. I fell off the podcast bandwagon there for a bit. Luckily, I carved out some time this evening to sit down and share some thoughts about the high cost of wealth. In short, wealth is accessible, but few achieve it. Why? Because of what the ticket to wealth costs...
Today's podcast is a special one for me - I sit down and talk with my cousin Nate, who started his financial journey at the age of 18 by opening up a Roth IRA. He talks about how he was able to put savings first, even in college, and max out his Roth every year since he opened it. Now, he balances the needs of his financial future with living a fulfilling life today. Be sure to stick with the episode all the way to the end; there are some gems of insight in the last 5 minutes.
Today, I sat down with Colleen, owner of Silver Bean Events, a wedding and event planner in Metro Detroit. At 26 years old, she has already amassed a net worth of $60,000, is setting goals and teaching herself about investing and personal finance. We talk today about how she got there and I answer several of her questions at the end of the show.
I just came back from a week in California, climbing in Yosemite and sipping wine in Napa. It was amazing. I had a special moment where I felt in complete harmony, living my best life. Today's podcast is about that moment and what you can do to live your best life.