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Don’t Leave Money on the Table with These Powerful Negotiation Strategies (with Jacqueline Twillie)

Negotiation strategies are for real! I’ve negotiated for a lot over my career and it always induces a sense of panic coupled with my heart rate shooting way up, but the truth is, every time I negotiate I earn more or pay less. Thanks to Jacqueline Twillie, the Founder and President of ZeroGap.co, a global training, and development firm that specializes in women’s leadership within male-dominated industries is who you want in your corner when it comes to negotiation.

In this episode, we talk about how men and women do negotiation differently, how you can find confidence in any negotiation situation, and secrets to winning at negotiating your salary and so much more.

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What You’ll Learn

  • The secrets behind Jacqueline’s new book, Don’t Leave Money on the Table
  • How to negotiate to win
  • How to create a positive mindset around negotiation
  • Practical ways to fight through fear around negotiation
  • What to say when you’re negotiating and what you need to know

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Reframe Your Mind Around Travel (with Mollie Krengel)

Today’s guest, Mollie Krengel, founder of Wild Bum and Wild Hive and a warrior for living life with more adventure & meaning, thinks that we need to reframe our minds around travel and has one simple tip to help you do just that – just get out and start exploring. Traveling isn’t always about a big lavish trip but is about the experience and how that experience changes you even if you only travel a few miles from your home. And spoiler, you don’t need a big budget to do so.

How to travel on any budget

What You’ll Learn

  • Why are we not using our vacation days every year
  • What Mollie thinks is missing from travel
  • Mollie’s tricks to travel on any budget
  • Why Mollie started Wild Bum and Wild Hive
  • Why having curated travel guides is one of the best ways to travel

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Is Your Bank Helping You Get Out Of Debt (with Andrew Au)

The millennial generation is unlike any before it. There’s good stuff like technology and digital apps and not so good stuff like new money worries and a changing job climate. Today’s guest, Referred to by Forbes magazine as the millennial expert, Andrew Au agrees that the millennial generation isn’t lazy, they’re just different and banks need to start responding to these differences.

The stats don’t like – three out of every four millennials are in debt and the problem isn’t getting better. What responsibility do banks have in this mess? Andrew is offering some good advice in this episode to help you think about where you put your money and how they are helping you meet your money goals.

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What You’ll Learn

  • What responsibilities bank have with the increasing millennial debt
  • How to know if your bank is helping you or hurting your money goals
  • How to best use all the money apps and tools
  • What the future is of money management tech

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Enneagram & Coffee Expert On Your Relationship With Money (with Sarajane Case)

I’m sure you’ve probably had someone tell you about their enneagram number. It seems like the enneagram model is everywhere. There are so many questions: what is all about, does it even matter, and how can you use your enneagram number to help you with your finance?

Our guest, Sarajane Case, is an Enneagram expert and host of the Enneagram & Coffee podcast. Sarajane is sharing so much Enneagram wisdom including why you need to think of your enneagram number as your character structure, not your personality type, and how you can use your number to help you with your finances.

Enneagram expert talks about your relationship to money

What You’ll Learn

  • What the history is of Enneagram
  • Why Enneagram is having its moment right now
  • How can we use our Enneagram number to inform our money choices and behavior around finances
  • A rundown of each of the nine Enneagram numbers and a few traits of each number
  • Sarajane’s money story and how she’s used her Enneagram number to help her decision making

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How to Get Recession Ready (with Brandon Renfro)

I bet you’re tired of hearing about recessions – recession this, recession that, but friends, now is a good time as any to get yourself and your career recession ready. Brandon Renfro, CFP, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Finance and all-around recession expert says the #1 thing to focus on is your career.

New podcast on how to get your career and your money recession ready

What You’ll Learn

  • What is a recession and how does one start
  • How a recession impacts your money situation
  • How to prepare yourself for a recession
  • Steps you should take before a recession hits
  • How to get your career recession ready

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Most Asked Money Questions Answered (with Clint Haynes)

Have you ever wondered – how do I know if I’m making the right decisions with my finances? How can I figure out if I’m saving enough money? How do I manage to pay off my student loans and saving for my future?

You’re not alone if these money questions keep you awake at night. Clint Haynes is a CFP, founder of NextGen Wealth and the creator of the Financial Freedom Blueprint. He’s got one simple goal – to help everyone understand the importance of having a financial plan in place so you can hit your goals ASAP and on this episode, I put him in the hot seat to answer all your most-asked money questions.

New podcast episode answering the most asked money questions

What You’ll Learn

  • Clint’s definition of financial freedom and why he’s passionate to help others find it
  • How to figure out if you are making the right money decisions
  • What are some common money blind spots to be aware of
  • How to think about your investments
  • What you need to know before you hire a financial planner
  • How to pay off debt while also saving some cash

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What Would You Give Up to Get Rid of Debt (with Tamar Atamian)

What would you be willing to give up to get rid of your debt and save more money?

In this episode, I sat down with Tamar Atamian, the VP of Marketing at Wescom Credit Union, to have a chat about a recent financial survey of Southern Californian millennials. I learned some eye-opening findings like millennials in Southern California save less than $200 a month. It makes sense, this city is expensive and you have to choose how to best use your cash. Whether you live in a big city like Los Angeles or a small city, you know the struggle of figuring out how to save money, how much to save and then what to do with it.

New podcast talking about how to get rid of debt and save more plus the benefits of a credit union

What You’ll Learn

  • What most millennials would do to get rid of debt
  • How to balance saving money and achieving big goals like buying a house
  • Why Tamar thinks credit unions are an important piece of your financial future
  • How financial fears are impacting our finances
  • Tips to rev up savings in unlikely places

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Money Wisdom From Dad Reboot

My dad is somewhat of a legend in the financial services world. He’s been helping people for well over 40 years now and is beloved for his personality and intent on always putting the client’s needs before his. I know him as Dad and the person who taught me almost everything I know about personal finance.

On This Podcast Episode:

My Dad, Stan, is joining us for a lively discussion about the advice he has about how to be smart with your money in your twenties and thirties. We’ll also talk about the difference between perceptions of money when he was in his twenties versus now – which is always a fun topic for me.

Dad’s top advice:

  • Save for emergencies (and save more than you think)
  • Invest in your 401(k) and don’t touch the money
  • Cover your risks, but only if you have a strong ER fund
  • Don’t be afraid to try and learn when it comes to smart money moves

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Mom & Dad’s Money Advice is Kind Of Wrong

The money rules that your mom and dad and previous generations lived by no longer work.  As a millennial, you are seeing a very different world. This new world means you’ve got to know what advice still works and what advice just doesn’t cut it anymore.

Join me in a solo episode as I break down the money advice that works and what money advice needs to be shown to the curb.

Mom and Dad's money advice is kind of wrong

What You’ll Learn

  • How to dissect the money advice you received as a child
  • What money advice worked well for our parent’s and grandparent’s
  • Why we need new money advice as millennials
  • What money advice should we keep and how to use it to our advantage

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The Key to Kick Ass in Life (with Laura Eshelman)

Everyone wants to know the secret to kick ass in your career and your life.  My guest, Laura Eshelman, is the host of the podcast Kick ass in life, and she has one secret to share that she thinks is the key to kick ass in life.

Laura is creator and host of the podcast Kick Ass in Life to help recent grads and others get hired fast, be smart with money and be happier and healthier. Earlier this year Laura released her first ebook on Amazon, “Kick Ass in Your Career.” You won’t want to miss her life-changing advice on this episode.

New podcast sharing the Key to Kick Ass in Life and in your career

What You’ll Learn

  • The keys to kick ass in life
  • The lessons Laura has learned in the corporate world about getting ahead
  • Why negotiating is your key to success – and how to do it well
  • Laura’s tips on how to afford to live in an expensive city
  • Laura’s money story and the powerful money mindset pieces she’s learned over the years

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