Sarah and (former co-host) Garrett chat about what you can do once you recognize your unconscious money patterns. They go over what money archetypes are and how to use them to make changes – including taking responsibility for our own financial lives. Sarah also puts Garrett on the spot, asking him what her money personality is – and she did not pay him to say any of those nice things, she swears!
Sarah and (former co-host) Garrett chat with Kathleen Shannon, co-host of the Being Boss podcast – with almost 6 million downloads- where she shares her insights and experience on what it takes to be a small business owner and side-hustler. She’s also the founder and partner at Braid Creative – a Branding Agency for creative entrepreneurs and purpose-driven businesses where she helps her clients blend more of who they are into the work they do. We talk about how getting clarity and knowing your values helps you in all aspects in your life, perceived vs actual risks in entrepreneurship, and a whole lot more.
Sarah and (former co-host) Garrett chat about how they’ve used money to get a high ROH – return on happiness. They talk about what it means to work in a meaningful job, examples of when they didn’t love their work and how they worked through it. They also include examples on what you can do to create a career path you love. It doesn’t mean you’ve figured it all out, but it’ll give you a head start.
In this episode I (alongside former co-host Garrett Philbin) are featuring you, our listeners! We’ve received lots of questions throughout the season and so wanted to answer a few of them live!. We answer your questions on how to navigate work/life balance, money mindset strategies, resources we recommend and much more.
In this episode I (alongside former co-host Garrett Philbin) chat with Yulia Steshenko, a certified financial planner who is committed to inclusive financial planning and disability advocacy. We talk about how her disabilities and receiving government assistance has shaped her relationship with money, and why she still struggles with a need to prove herself to others. We also talk about how gratitude has been instrumental in helping her be at peace with where she is, and how she’s found the ability to give so much to others regardless of her circumstances.
What You Hear in This Episode:
- Why Yulia needed to think about retirement planning even before she graduated college
- What it was like putting pressure on herself to succeed professionally, in spite of her disability
- How her disability shaped Yulia’s relationship to money
- Why Yulia feels so strongly about giving back
- How Yulia is able to thrive despite a meager supplemental income
- How she maintains a deep sense of gratitude for her life
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You have big goals, like quitting your job or saving for a house. What can you do to stay on target and make consistent progress toward your goals when you’ve got 29,817 things going on?
In this episode I (alongside former co-host Garrett Philbin) chat with Ryan Hildebrandt, founder of Viral Message Lab, a company that helps writers craft their message for TED talks. Ryan shares a simple method he uses to achieve big goals, financially and in other areas in his life. We chat about what makes up his weekly review, and why this simple process can give you more confidence and permission to go after big scary goals. We also talk about what you can do if you feel bad about maintaining this weekly habit and what you can do to simply get started.
I (alongside former co-host Garrett Philbin) sit down with Dale Thomas Vaughn, marketing director at AirTreks, a company that helps travelers arrange multi destination itineraries. We talk about how he’s made travel a priority and part of his lifestyle, and Dale shares some incredible stories of how he found himself in Paris, London and more. We also talk about what is possible when we decide to say “yes” to opportunities, and how travel is really a tool for making the world a better place.
I (alongside former co-host Garrett Philbin) explore common money myths and how they can prevent us from living our best lives, including examples of how these have manifested in our own lives and what we’ve done to combat them. We also talk about how these myths can be positive, and what you can do to help those around you with living their best financial lives.
In this episode I (alongside former co-host Garrett Philbin) chat with Prerna Malik, co-founder of Content Bistro, a company that writes content for entrepreneurs to help them convert potential clients into customers. We talk about what she did to turn her side business into a full-time venture when her husband fell ill, some of the mindset challenges she had to overcome when it came to growing her income, and how she gives herself permission to thrive in her personal and professional life. We also talk about why keeping your values front and center will help you when you face fear in any kind of financial situation.
We are told it is better to give than to receive, but what and how much should we give? Does giving money carry more weight than giving our time?? What if we feel we don’t have enough money or time?
In this episode I (alongside former co-host Garrett Philbin) chat about the benefits of giving, and share practical ways you can begin to find both time and money if giving is important. We talk about why we’ve personally felt that giving money seems more impactful than volunteering time, how our happiness levels change when we do give, and how you can be intentional about giving so that it’s not based out of guilt or obligation.