Budgeting

Confessions of a Crypto Millionaire (with Dan Conway)

Dan Conway is just like you and me. He is a married father of three who had what he called a “soul-crushing” corporate job who turned to cryptocurrency as a way out. However, Dan’s attraction to crypto wasn’t borne of a get-rich-quick dream, although he certainly wasn’t immune to those. He was a true believer because he was living the problem crypto sought to fix.

In Dan’s new book, Confessions of a Crypto Millionaire, he chronicles his journey from his corporate job days to cashing in earning fourteen million dollars investing in Ethereum. I can’t wait for you to hear Dan’s story on this episode!

What You’ll Learn

  • What sparked Dan’s interest in cryptocurrency
  • A short 101 on cryptocurrency and what you need to know
  • Why Dan was so intrigued with Ethereum and invested all he had in this currency
  • The lessons Dan learned about life and money on his journey
  • What happens after you make millions in investing

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More Travel and Less Stress (With Gavin Delany)

Let’s be real for a second. The idea of traveling in a group hasn’t always been my cup of tea. Something about it always brought the same sense of fear of being in junior high and waiting for someone to pick me to be on their team. What if the other travelers don’t like or I don’t fit in?

However, there is definitely something to be said about having an expertly planned trip where I can avoid the stress of planning it all and great adventures that are within my budget. Gavin Delany, from Stride Travel, has read my mind. Stride Travel is a company that connects you with the best expertly planned trip for you so you can save time and money and most importantly have some epic adventure!

Let’s Dig In

  • Learn how to have an authentic travel experience on any budget
  • Uncover what some of the biggest costs are when you travel that you might not be aware of
  • Hear some of Gavin’s favorite travel adventures
  • Why you need to visit places now that are being affected by climate change (and what those places are)
  • Gavin’s tips to travel better in the upcoming year

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Unlock Healing with Reiki (with Shannon Marzella)

We tend to talk about money in a very pragmatic way – do these seven steps, save this much, don’t do this, make sure you have a budget, etc. All good tips, but there’s something else. For most of us, we know what we should do, but life gets in the way. These blockages can build up over time and stop us from achieving our goals.

Reiki is a technique I started using last year to help clear blockages so I could achieve goals. On this episode, we’re dishing all you need to know about Reiki with Shannon Marzella, who is an intuitive and Reiki energy healer.

What You’ll Learn

  • What is Reiki and how can it help you with your finances
  • What happens to you in a Reiki session
  • What causes us all to create blockages to achieving goals
  • A few takeaways from my Reiki session with Shannon
  • Why alternative healing might be the missing piece in your life – and why it is not as scary as it sounds

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A Sneaky Way To Build Wealth with Jay Klauminzer

Do you want to know the secret to building wealth? Ok, here it is-  the secret is being smart with your money and leveraging it well. It’s not always about making more money every month but it’s about using what you’ve got in the most effective way day in and day out. And today’s guest Jay Klauminzer from Raise is going to help you do just that by dishing secrets to save money where you shop every day so you can use that cash to fund other stuff you want to do.

What You’ll Learn

  • Powerful ways to save money where you shop on everyday purchases
  • How mobile payments are changing the way we shop
  • How to use gift cards to spend your money wisely
  • Jay’s #1 money lesson that will change the way you think about your finances

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Take Back Your Bank Account + Take Back The Life You Want to Live

I’ve gone through most of my life letting my bank account balance dictate my mood.  I’ve stuffed ATM receipts in my wallet without looking at them, sat through amazing dinners fixated on how much money I don’t have at the moment, and stopped myself from truly living life….just because of that number.

On this episode, I’m sharing how I decided one day to take back my bank account and started a movement of others doing the same.

What You’ll Learn

  • How my fear around money kept me stuck from achieving my goals
  • What are the things you can control with your finances
  • Proactive steps to let go of the things you can’t control
  • The biggest truth you need to learn about your family and money
  • Why you need to throw out what you know and focus on taking small steps

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Get A Life You Love On A Budget You Can Afford With Kumiko Love

Raise your hand if you’ve ever said the words, “I don’t want to deal with my money right now?”  Friend, I am right there with you. Especially in those seasons when I had debt or things just weren’t flowing like I’d hope they would be. The truth is, we all face different money seasons and challenges – absolutely no one is immune.

You may know of our guest today, Kumiko Love from the Budget Mom. She’s the real deal, paid off a ton of debt, and has some serious money advice to share on how to live a life you love on a budget that you can afford. Now that’s a tag line I can get behind!

What You’ll Learn

  • What Kumiko’s secret was to pay off $77,000 in eight months
  • Practical ways to move from paycheck to paycheck to money success
  • How Kumiko’s upbringing taught her some of her most important money lessons
  • The ways your finances change after having a baby and how to create a plan on any budget
  • Ways to erase the idea of perfection when it comes to your finances
  • Kumiko’s journey to becoming The Budget Mom

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Navigating Love and Money with Nicole Middendorf

Money is still a major taboo subject in a relationship—whether you’re on your first date or have been with your partner for multiple years. Money can be confusing and even, let’s just say, uncomfortable to discuss – wouldn’t it just be better if we all had this chip in us that allowed the other person to inherently know our money story without having to say a word.

Nicole Middendorf, a Wealth Advisor and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst with Prosperwell Financial, is here to thankfully help us take a deeper dive into how we navigate love and money. This fall her fifth book “Who Pays? Navigating Love and Money” will hit bookshelves. Nicole’s life goal is to reduce the divorce rate by helping couples – and especially women – feel less intimidated when talking about money. Yes, Please!

What You’ll Learn

  • What makes money so tough for couples to deal with
  • What you should and shouldn’t share about money in every phase of your relationship
  • How to figure out who should pay and whether it matters
  • How to deal with money in blended families
  • Why we’d rather get divorced then deal with money in our relationships
  • The #1 subject Nicole says every couple must talk about when it comes to money

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Finding Balance in Mt. Hood Columbia River Gorge Oregon

To be good at anything in life, your career, your relationships, managing your money, etc. you need to find some balance. For my husband Jeff and me, that means escaping from time to time and finding places to explore that are about beauty, exploration, experiences and if we’re lucky, making a few friends along the way. On this episode, we invite you to escape with us to one of the most beautiful places in Oregon, the Mt. Hood/River Gorge area.

What You’ll Learn

  • Why balance is so important and not just a buzz word
  • How to find balance on just about any budget
  • How Ali McLaughlin created a business (MountnBarrel) with the sole purpose of helping others relax and enjoy life while sipping wine on a bike
  • The discoveries you can find traveling to unique places like a historic inn (Balch Hotel) in a tiny town and how that tiny town can change you in all the right ways
  • The serene beauty of the Oregon rivers and the healing power of the water along the Clackamas River
  • Why Mt. Hood/River Gorge should be on your travel to-do list

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How Did You Learn About Money? Talking Generational Differences Around Money & More With Lucas and Dr. Wayne Pernell

Most of us didn’t grow up with parent’s who taught us about money. Do you even remember how you learned about money? There is radio silence from our parent’s and family members because there is so much shame, guilt, and negative feelings inherent in all of us around money.

I had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Wayne Pernell, aka Dr. P, on a much-loved previous episode. I was excited to sit down again with Dr. P and his son, Lucas who is in his 20’s, to talk about the generational differences around money and how we can work to break them apart.

What You’ll Learn

  • Why do generational difference exist when it comes to money
  • Is it too late to have money talks with our parent’s, and what should we talk about
  • The biggest money lessons Lucas and Dr. P learned and why each is important
  • How to recognize if you are stuck in a money pattern from your past
  • How your mind might be tripping up how you think, act, and feel about your money

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The Quest for Financial Independence with Bola Sokumbi

There always has to be a why when searching for financial independence. Why do you want to want to save money, why do you want to buy a house, why do you want to change your career, why do you want to retire early?

Whatever the why is for you, it’s important that you know why because your why determines everything – how much you need to save, where you should live, what things matter to you, and your why also keeps you from competing with others.

Our guest on this episode, Bola Sokumbi, is a finance expert, author, podcaster, and founder of Clever Girl Finance discovered her why way back in college when she saved 100K in three years – that is no small feat. She did all sorts of things to save the money, stuff that you and I might think is crazy… but it worked. And now she wants to show you how you can find your why, create massive change in your life, and have some fun doing it.

What You’ll Learn

  • The steps Bola took to save 100K in three years
  • The money lessons Bola learned from her mom that helped her in her financial journey
  • Why Bola decided to write a book and the chapters she thinks you need to read ASAP
  • What’s one piece of money advice Bola wished every woman knew
  • How to achieve big money goals when they feel so far away

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