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Most people think they know what debt free means. As soon as all your loans are paid off, you’re debt-free, right? Unfortunately, that’s not true. You can’t escape debt. It’s all around you and will always be a part of your life. In this episode, you’ll find out why that doesn’t have to be a […] Read more

The promises of ESG Investing are very appealing. If you’re like most people, you don’t want to build wealth at someone else’s expense. There are lots of well-paying jobs at questionable companies and investment opportunities that harm other people. But you don’t want to feel guilty about building long-term wealth, right? ESG investing promises you […] Read more

Financial headlines have an almost unlimited amount of power over how Americans act. But here’s the thing… It’s impossible to decipher whether a certain headline came from 2 days ago, 2 years ago, or 200 years ago. In other words, headlines rile up your fear and anxiety without even being accurate! In this episode, you’ll […] Read more

Personal finance is more stressful than ever. And it’s no wonder. We’ve got inflation eating away at our savings. Then, prices are skyrocketing to destroy our best laid spending plans. On top of that, there seems to be a new “investment opportunity” every week. It’s stressful to even think about money. But it doesn’t have […] Read more

Overwhelm is a big hurdle to overcome when making financial decisions. Back in the day, people barely had any financial options. In the 21st century, there are tens of thousands of stocks, cryptocurrencies and other assets you can buy. You can move your money around the world in nanoseconds! In theory, that gives people more […] Read more

Financial worry is real. Money is supposed to be all about spreadsheets, calculations and rational thinking. But for most of us, money is much more emotional. We get threatening tax forms, scary letters from our banks and hate to look at our account balance. It’s easy to worry about money. But you don’t have to. […] Read more

If you’ve ever tried to build a financial portfolio, you know how overwhelming it is. How do you select the right assets for long term wealth building? It feels like you need to spend days poring over spreadsheets. Plus, you find yourself sifting through expert opinions before you can take any action. But while the […] Read more

Most of us know that we overspend. We start our day with a latte, order takeout after work, buy a new sweater to celebrate the weekend… These things feel good for a few minutes, but we regret buying them when we look at our bank account. But budgeting sounds even worse. It feels like you’re […] Read more

Many financial “experts” promise you the world. They’ll show you how to escape debt, lower your expenses and grow your wealth. It often sounds great, but no single hack, trick or tweak will transform your financial reality. If you want to level up your financial life, you need to create a “new normal”. If it’s […] Read more

Pivotal lessons are far from easy. You can find tons of short-term financial advice online. These “experts” know exactly which stocks will go up and which cryptocurrency is about to skyrocket.  It’s exciting to think about multiplying your money in the next two weeks. Nonetheless, it’s also dangerous.  The best lessons in finance, business and […] Read more

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