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4 Lessons After Making a Million Dollars – Jeff Goins

Best-selling author, writer, speaker and entrepreneur, Jeff Goins, knows first hand that Real Artists Don’t Starve. On a journey himself, while writing this new book, Jeff was on a mission to, “put money in its proper place.” While we all thinking making a million dollars will solve all our life problems, Jeff has learned that money has to be a means rather than a master.

Learn why Real Artists Don't Starve and how a million bucks doesn't automatically make you happy with Jeff Goins.

 

His new book, Real Artists Don’t Starve, is a great follow up to his national bestseller, The Art of Work. Jeff shares tips that all artists need to remember – we don’t need to starve to be a good artist. This, he learned first hand.

On This Podcast Episode:

  • Jeff shares his 4 lessons after making a million bucks
  • Learn why Jeff says we all need to know how to steal like an artist
  • Find out some of Jeff’s favorite tips from his new book
  • Take a peek at Jeff’s journey from working for someone else to building a million dollar business

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Is Your Side Hustle Worth the Hustle

A side hustle is the new “it” word – if you don’t have a side hustle you’re thinking about what side hustle you can start.

Find out how to win with a side hustle and what you need to know before you start one.

I’ve been side hustlin’ my entire career from my college days until now. If I can pass along any lessons about getting ahead and achieving goals it is simply that you have to put yourself out there and be willing to risk failing.

Side hustles aren’t just for those of you that are trying to scrape together some extra cash. Famous NBA player, LeBron James, just recently announced that he passed up a $15 mill deal with McDonald’s to become a 10% franchise owner in Blaze Pizza when they started back in 2012. He’s laughing all the way to the bank on that deal – the company is now worth over $1.1 billion.

On This Podcast Episode:

  • Find out why a  new survey from Bankrate shows that 44 million Americans are all about the side hustle and millennials are leading the charge.
  • Why you should consider a side hustle
  • My advice about trying a side hustle before you buy the side hustle
  • How do you start a side hustle
  • Some tips for keeping track of all your side hustle money

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Summer Reboot – How Fashion is Solving the Refugee Crisis, Angela Luna

We’re in full swing with our summer reboot bringing you one of our most popular episodes about how fashion is working to solve the refugee crisis in Syria with ADIFF founder and creator, Angela Luna. While we’re on hiatus for a few weeks we’re bringing you some of our very best, most popular, and just great episodes for you to enjoy twice a week.

Angela Luna created a company called, ADIFF, and their mission is to create fashionable garments that can have practical purposes. She is a millennial entrepreneur on a mission.

Angela Luna is a millennial on a mission. As a student at Parsons School of Design, Angela turned a desire to solve the refugee crisis into a full-fledged business. Learning the ropes of entrepreneurship, Angela has already been featured on stages like TEDx talking about her mission, designs, and her passion for giving back.

You may have caught Angela’s recent Microsoft commercial (big congrats to Angela).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQ41GjdERpk

On This Podcast Episode:

Angela’s company, aptly called ADIFF, is focused on creating socially conscious fashion. She’s got jackets that turn into tents, jackets that turn into sleeping bags, and even jackets that turn into flotation devices, just to name a few.

We’ll chat with Angela all about her Kickstarter campaign, how she came up with the idea and why she’s so passionate about solving the refugee crisis.

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How Chris Reining Saved a Million Dollars & Retired at 35

I hope you’ve tuned into all our podcasts this week in our Summer Money Series. We’re ending the week with a story that is an achievable goal for everyone. Chris Reining decided that he had enough with the same ole’ work week and charted a path to save a million dollars and retire at 35.

You may be thinking, “It’s not possible.” It is though. Chris is sharing his story about how he used investing in the stock market to get to the elusive million dollar mark.

On This Podcast Episode:

  • Chris shares his journey to saving a million dollars and why retiring at 35 was his goal
  • We chat about tips to get your money working for you right now
  • Learn Chris’ strategy for how he cut back to save more and why he says you don’t have to give up your lifestyle to be smart financially
  • Chris shares what he’s up to now…now that he’s retired

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How to Make Big Bucks Blogging – Michelle Schroeder-Gardner

We’re rounding out our Summer Money Series week with an awesome episode focused on how to make the big bucks blogging. Michelle Schroeder-Gardner runs the popular blog, Making Sense of Cents, and has been leading the pack when it comes to making money blogging.

Want the inside scoop on how to make money blogging? Michelle from Making Sense of Cents is sharing her tips.

On This Podcast Episode:

  • Michelle answers the question on everyone’s mind, “can you still make money blogging”
  • Find out how Michelle went from casual blogger to making the big bucks
  • Learn a few tips that Michelle thinks will help your blog thrive
  • We’ll chat about Michelle’s course, Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing

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Flat Broke to Financial Badass with Broke Millennial, Erin Lowry

Long before her book, Broke Millennial, hit the shelves, Erin Lowry was dishing all sorts of money advice and tips on her blog, Broke Millennial.

Dishing on the new book by Erin Lowry, Broke Millennial. Find out what you need to know to go from flat broke to financial badass.

Now with her book out, Broke Millennial, Erin shares with us her tips from going from “flat broke to financial badass.” Take it from her – she was able to graduate debt-free and live within her means in New York City on a small salary right out of college.

On This Podcast Episode:

  • Erin’s sharing her journey from blog to book and the lessons she learned along the way
  • Find out what three things Erin thinks are super important take aways from the book that you need to learn about
  • We chat about some of her tips to take you from “flat broke to financial badass”

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Waive Bye Bye to Debt – Jerry Nemorin Lendstreet

It’s no joke – debt can feel like a never-ending tidal wave that causes stress and fear. The thing is, with debt, it’s hard to get ahead and save for all those awesome lifestyle goals that you have. But how do you pay off that debt, especially if you’ve been delinquent?

When you're dealing with debt you've got to have a strategy to get rid of it.

You’ve got 0% balance transfer options from many credit cards, but that requires a good to great credit score (certainly above 700). You’ve also got lenders like SoFi and Lending Club that offer personal loans, but again, you’ve got to have a good credit score and a solid income.

So, where do the rest of us go if we need help?

On This Podcast Episode:

  • We talk to Jerry Nemorian from Lendstreet about a new debt consolidation option
  • We discuss what your credit score doesn’t tell you
  • Learn how to deal with the stress of debt
  • Understand why high-interest debt can feel like a tidal wave

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Nashville Hot Chicken With Chef John Lasater

Nashville hot chicken has origins that date back to the 1930’s but now has become the real must-eat in the Music City.

Named one of Forbes 30 Under 30, Chef John Lasater chats with us about food, running a business and all things hot chicken.

Even though you can find this spicy poultry of deliciousness all around Nashville, over the past few years the folks at Hattie B’s Hot Chicken have built a reputation for being one of the best in the city. One big reason for such great success has to be the talents of their Executive Chef John Lasater.

On This Podcast Episode:

In 2015 Chef Lasater was named as one of Forbes 30 Under 30 hot restauranteurs to watch in the food & wine scene around the country. Even though he in one of the founders of the Nashville hot chicken rage, Lasater is one of the most down-to-earth and talented dudes you may meet.

We featured a John as one of our local guides in our recent Nashville episode. Enjoy our conversation with our friend and Hattie B’s Hot Chicken Executive Chef John Lasater, as we talk about cutting his cooking teeth in New York, the success of the Nashville food scene, and if you’re brave enough to try their hottest of hot “shut the cluck up” hot chicken.

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Tiny House Adventure – Jenna Spesard

Jenna decided to give up her hectic life and begin her tiny house adventure. Discover how she reinvented her life and how you can embrace the same goal of living life on your own terms.Even though blogger and writer Jenna Spesard lives in a tiny house, she is on a big journey, creating and living the life she always dreamed about.

A few years ago, Jenna quit her job in Hollywood, built a tiny house, hit the road and now travels around the world. Jenna writes about her adventures, her life, and gives tiny house expert advice in her hit blog, “Tiny House Giant Journey.

A few weeks ago, we met Jenna in Oregon where she has parked her small home and is now the host of the Mt. Hood Tiny House Village. We chatted with Jenna about her life-altering decision a few years ago that changed her life, how she has been able to pay off most of her debt, and her goal of living simply and traveling the world.

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On This Podcast Episode:

  • Meet Jenna and hear about journey to live life differently
  • Learn why living tiny is the new way of life
  • Discover ways you can embrace the tiny house life
  • Why Mt. Hood is home to Jenna’s tiny house adventure

 

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Eat it Make it Grow it in Healdsburg – Chef Jack Herron

We see this evolution happening all over the world, people want to know where their food is coming from and where it is grown regardless of your budget.

Chef and farmer Jack Herron is a native Oklahoman who took an idea he had to create a self-sustaining farm and grow it the business he’s always dreamed of having, at his Eat it Make It Grow It farm in Sonoma County in California.

Chef Jack Herron has cooked at the James Beard House in New York City, spent 5 years under chef Dustin Valette famed chef Charlie Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen in Healdsburg California, and has competed in the largest culinary tour in the country, the COCHON 555 . So, Jack knows his away around food, literally from farm-to-table.

On This Podcast Episode:

Enjoy our conversation with chef and farmer Jack Herron as we talk about building his dream business, Eat it Make It Grow It, the beauty of Sonoma County, and delivering piglets on his birthday.

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