“Money thing is about so much more than what’s in your paycheck every week,” says the brilliant Liz Dolan, who together with her sisters Lian and Julie Dolan host the popular Satellite Sisters podcast each week. This episode is jam-packed with serious and silly advice and wisdom for how you can find your true self in a crowded space, and as they say, #staynoisy in all areas of your life.
On This Podcast Episode:
I had a chance to sit down with the Satellite Sisters recently and dive deep into this topic of finding your true self and understand how we can all stay noisy. Both Liz and Lian have backgrounds that will blow your mind. Liz is the former Chief Marketing Officer for 20th Century Fox, Nike and OWN to name a few, while Lian is a best-selling author. We talked about their award-winning podcast, and how they made the leap from successful radio show to podcast before podcasting was even a “thing.”
Ask Shannah – We tackled a question from Praveen who was trying to figure out how much to contribute to her 401(k) at work and if she should change her contribution from 3% to 5%.
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Shannah Compton Game is a podcast host and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER of the top-rated Millennial Money podcast. Millennial Money has over 6-million downloads in 164 countries. Shannah’s years of experience as a skilled Certified Financial Planner have set her on a mission to revolutionize how people think, act, and feel about their finances…and have some fun doing so.