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Money Tips from an Ex-NFL Player Turned Money Expert | Jedidiah Collins

How did Jedidiah Collins, a seven-year NFL veteran, go from running the ball on the field to educating millions about personal finance and writing his first book, Your Money Vehicle? It may seem like a strange transition, but Jed realized the importance of financial literacy early on in his NFL career and knew he wanted to dedicate his life to spreading financial literacy. You’ll hear his powerful story and learn the money lessons that Jedidiah says you need to master in this special episode.

What You’ll Learn

  • Jedidiah’s story of going from the NFL to financial planning
  • The first thing Jedidiah bought with his NFL salary
  • What most sports athletes get wrong about financial planning
  • Why financial literacy is a must for everyone
  • The money lessons Jedidiah thinks you need to master
  • Jedidiah’s tip for thriving during a global pandemic

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Make a Career Change Without Taking a Salary Cut | Adunola Adeshola

Unemployment, job loss, and an uncertain economy are all the facts we face around the world right now. However, I don’t want any of that to leave you feeling hopeless. There has never been a better time to learn how to negotiate your salary and make a career change without taking a salary cut.

Our guest, Adunola Adeshola, a millennial carer strategist, is bringing you the tips you need to make that happen (no matter what is going on in the world).

What You’ll Learn

  • The freedom from being a job quitter
  • What is a career strategist and why do you need one
  • How to make a career change without taking a pay cut
  • How to negotiate for what you’re worth
  • What to say when someone asks what your salary requirements are
  • The do’s and don’ts in a job interview
  • Adunola’s career strategy from PR to career expert

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How to Build Passive Income Right Now | Rachel Richards

It’s true; passive income is the name of the game. At only 27 years old, former financial advisor Rachel Richards has made a name for herself in the personal finance realm. In 2019, Rachel quit her job and retired, with over $10,000 per month in passive income!

She is the bestselling author of “Money Honey” and “Passive Income, Aggressive Retirement” and shares what you need to know to start building passive income right now – yes, even in self-quarantine. Use this time to get new skills and start building some passive income.

What You’ll Learn

  • What is passive income and how can you get some
  • How Rachel became a real estate investor with 35 units by 27
  • Rachel’s #1 secret to publishing your own book
  • Why passive income isn’t always so passive

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The Episode About Taxes| Milton Rodriguez

April, you’re right around the corner my friend, and that means it’s time to file your taxes. Not to worry, I’m bringing you my yearly episode about taxes to help you get prepared and ask all your burning tax questions. Joining us on this episode is Milton Rodriguez, a millennial tax expert and Enrolled Agent to break it all down for you.

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What You’ll Learn

  • How the recent tax changes might impact your tax filing
  • What to do if you’ve made a mistake filling your taxes
  • The difference between deductions and tax credits
  • How to handle your taxes as an entrepreneur
  • Should you file online or hire an accountant
  • Milton’s story and his love for taxes

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How to Avoid the High Earner, Not Yet Rich Syndrome with Gideon Drucker

Alright, let’s get real here. Are you making six figures but still using your parents’ Netflix Login? Are you spending more money at Starbucks than you’re saving into your 401(k)? If you answered yes, you might be what’s called a HENRY- that is a high earner, that is not yet rich.

In today’s episode, Gideon Drucker,  a millennial and is a third-generation advisor at his family’s wealth management firm, Drucker Wealth in NYC, is dropping some serious knowledge about what being a HENRY might mean for your future and what can you do now to own your future.

What You’ll Learn

  • What is a HENRY and how to avoid being one
  • How do you begin to make money shifts if you are a HENRY
  • What are we getting wrong with our thinking about finances
  • Gideon’s three-bucket money approach that will change your life
  • The only number that Gideon says matters in terms of your financial future
  • How Gideon went from a paratrooper to a CFP

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How to Build a Side Hustle Empire with Nicaila Matthews Okome

It’s a fact, side hustling has been around for centuries. Whether it’s investing in real estate or building a business or flipping houses there are a ton of ways to side hustle. The idea of making extra or passive income is in fact one of the key pillars of wealth building.

The trick is to figure out how to make money with your side hustle. Enter Nicaila Matthews Okome. You may know her as the host of the Side Hustle Pro podcast or her course Podcast Moguls. In this episode, Nicaila is sharing her secrets to build a side hustle empire.

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What You’ll Learn

  • How to make money with your side hustle
  • Side hustle secrets
  • Nicaila’s story of side hustling her way into a top-rated podcast and business
  • Why some side hustles fail
  • How to find the right side hustle for you

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The Episode About Couples and Money with Casey and Meygan Caston

When it comes to couples and money there are two issues: #1 you don’t want to talk about money with your partner, and #2 you think you are always right. No wonder why money is one of the main reasons that most couples get divorced.

Casey and Meygan Caston, the creators of Marriage 365, are here to share how you can avoid those nasty money fights, get on the same money page, and have a thriving relationship. They share their real-life story of battling through $200,000 in debt, almost getting divorced, to now running a global business that is all about creating happy relationships. It’s safe to say they know a thing or two about healthy relationships.

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Building a Strong Relationship

I’ve learned a lot in the last six years being in a healthy marriage about how to approach those tough money conversations without conflict. Some of the best ways we’ve been able to avoid catastrophic disaster having those tough money talks have been:

  • Treat each other with respect and realize that we both come into the relationship with our set of thoughts and beliefs around money.
  • Remember that we are partners and are in this thing together. This is so important to cultivating a healthy money mindset in your relationship.
  • Respecting each other’s thoughts when we set spending and savings goals so we both feel like we’re being taken care of.
  • Taking the time each week to talk about money in a healthy way without blame so we can keep progressing towards our goals and stay on the same page.

Casey and Meygan share many of these tips and suggestions in this episode. They are full of ideas about how you can not only create a healthy relationship, but also how you can save a relationship that is headed to divorce or separation.

Do yourself a favor this year and focus on building a strong relationship. Find ways you can communicate better with your spouse or partner and learn how you can play to each other’s strengths and not weaknesses. Marriage and relationships take work but it shouldn’t feel like a chore. I want nothing more for you to step into true partnership this year and live the life a life that makes you feel inspired by.

What You’ll Learn

  • The story of how Meygan and Casey battled through massive debt and the brink of divorce
  • What are the key components of a healthy marriage
  • Ways to avoid fighting about money so you can finally get on the same page
  • How to play to your strengths in a relationship
  • Why they decided to start Marriage365 and how they help couples around the world
  • Affordable ways to have a date night and keep the flame alive
  • How to battle through those sticky moments as a couple

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#1 Way to Find Clarity in Your Life & Your Finances with Natalie Franke

Life always has a way of directing you to where it wants you to go. Our guest, entrepreneur Natalie Franke, thought she would just go to college and become a neurologist when life threw her a curveball and she found out you had a brain tumor.

Her story ends well – she took this lifestyle change in stride, became a successful wedding photographer, started the Rising Tide Society which was acquired by HoneyBook in 2015, all at the age of 25. Natalie believes that finding clarity in life and your finances can be achieved once you learn how to tap into your genius zone.

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What You’ll Learn

  • Natalie’s story of learning she had a brain tumor and how that changed her career path
  • How to find your genius zone and how that brings clarity in life
  • Why Natalie decided to start the Rising Tide Society
  • How HoneyBook became an integral part of her personal and financial story
  • What you need to know before you start a business
  • What Natalie is doing to help other female entrepreneurs have equal rights

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Get Yourself Healthy Now with Julie Voris

I think January is so interesting. It’s the month that as my guest Julie Voris, an online fitness and nutrition coach says, we want to do all the things and the reason we don’t, it’s because we don’t commit to the choice. We give up somewhere between Jan 1 and Jan 31.

But getting yourself healthy isn’t just about losing weight, but it’s about forming good habits, getting your blood flowing so you can think better, have more energy, and spur on some good juju so you can tackle your goals. Thankfully, Julie is here to show you how you can get yourself healthy on any budget.

What You’ll Learn

  • Why being healthy is about so much more than how much you weigh
  • How to incorporate exercise and good nutrition on any budget
  • The mental benefits of working out
  • How Julie cultivated a career around exercise and nutrition
  • What are some easy ways to workout at home
  • Ways to figure out what eating plan is right for your body
  • How to change your mindset around exercise and nutrition

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Turn Your Stumbling Blocks Into Stepping Stones with Michaela Renee Johnson

How we view life’s inevitable setbacks can have a profound effect on our overall well-being. After all, crumbling under the weight of disappointment isn’t nearly as productive as finding a way to be happy with a new reality — even when that reality is beyond anything we could have imagined. Michaela Renee Johnson is sharing her profound story of turning life’s stumbling blocks into stepping stones on this episode and how you can do the very same thing.

What You’ll Learn

  • Michaela’s journey from living in an upscale area in Sacramento to a 27-ft trailer in the Sierra Nevada mountain range
  • How to survive stumbling blocks
  • Strategies to turn any stumbling block into a stepping stone for the future
  • The scoop behind Michaela’s book, Teetering on Disaster
  • The power of your money story and how you can re-create yourself

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