Hey this is Doc G and welcome back to earn and invest. Today we are going to talk about entrepreneurship. Specifically…our guest graduated from University in a hasty 2.5 years to rush home and help his parents run their growing apparel industry. After nurturing that business for decades, his successful exit left him with the opportunity in his forties to go out for the first time on his own. In this episode we discuss what it takes to build a mineral and cannabis infused beverage empire.
Remember the days of drive up bank tellers and scowering the newspaper for stock quotes? The world has changed much since then. The burgeoning fintech market is making investing, banking, and even shopping for insurance easier than ever. But is it making things better? Are we more at risk for losing our wealth at the click of a button. Join Joe Saul-Sehy, Rosetta Bryson, and Brendan Lee Young as we discuss (Live on the fireside app) how fintech is changing our world.
After reaching financial security I realized that I had filled my life with activities that lacked the true sense of meaning and purpose that I was looking for. Only then did I return to explore creativity.
Michelle from savvyhistoty.com joins me to talk about first creative dollars.
In this episode we delve into how passive income has evolved in this post-COVID era.. We look back at three young people who started on passive income journeys pre pandemic and catch up with their current progress. Are they still happy with their choices? Featuring Cody Berman, Justin Taylor, and Rachel Richards.
Is adventure built into your life? Are you sleepwalking through a job you don't like and afraid to see the excitement and possibilities right in front of your face. Heidi Dusek is the creator of The Ordinary Sherpa Podcast where she talks about finding adventure and connection with her family.
Today we are going hear from three real estate investors. Women. People of color. Immigrants. And they are going to answer one simple question. What is it like to be a woman in real estate today?
What happens when it is your advisor, broker, or investment house that is giving you bad advice. When does it cross the line from poor performance to deception and outright self-serving fraud? And more importantly, how do you protect yourself before it happens. And who do you turn to for help when all the money is gone!
Bryce Leung and Kristy Shen are the writers behind Millennial revolution, their most recent book is Quit like a millionaire: No gimmicks, luck, or trust fund required! In this episode we compare and contrast their experiences with the nomadic lifestyle with that of Fern from recent movie Nomadland.
For this rewind episode we are revisiting a two part interview. The first is jean Chatzky of Her Money discussing the 2020 recession and its impact on women. The second is with Tori Dunlap from Her First $100K discussing her first of many viral moments on TikTok.
In this rewind episode we ask the all important question: is frugality your Achilles heel? Specifically, are we not paying enough attention to the top line and trying to save our way to wealth? Brian Eufinger, Amanda Abella, And Veena Jetti join us to discuss the importance of making more money when it comes to your financial trajectory.
The main purpose of intellectual property law is to encourage and protect the creation of a large and healthy mass of intellectual goods. To achieve this, the law gives people and businesses property rights to the information and intellectual products they create. But given the intangibility of ideas and the ability to use common elements to create similar outcomes, Intellectual property especially to the lay person is becoming more and more confusing.
Welcome to the Earn & Invest podcast. We have the conversations that help you earn and invest in the future so you can make the right decisions today. I’m your host Doc G and for this episode we are going to talk about something rather difficult. Specifically, financial abuse against women.
Natalie Torres-Haddad is a two time TEDX Speaker, An international Award Winning Author of Financially Savvy in 20 Minutes, a bilingual podcast host, international keynote speaker and educator. She has been featured in the Huffington Post, LA Times, 60 second docs and a Honda commercial playing herself as a Financial Expert.
Today on Earn & invest we discuss reverse engineering and it’s role in creative and successful endeavors with Joe Saul-Sehy, Rich Jones, and Jen Smith. This episode was originally recorded live on Fireside Chat.
In 2019, J sold Budgets are Sexy for an undisclosed amount in the mid 6 figure range in part to spend more time with family and in 2020 launched a curation site for The Motley Fool titled All-Star Money.
According to JR Gondek and Vanessa Martinez, when we hear the word “wealth,” many of us think about money. But wealth is about so much more than that. If we are only managing our family’s money, however, our family value is at risk.
Plus, a fireside chat with my son Cameron G about the secret financial lives of teenagers.
In Leading Remote Teams: Embrace the Future of Remote Work Culture, Alexis champions the future potential of remote work, explores the advantages of a workplace paradigm shift, and delivers tactical tips for remote leaders to enable team success.
This year, at Camp Mustache, a yearly retreat dedicated to the teachings of Pete Adeney aka Mr. Money Mustache I was privileged to lead a panel discussion involving a group of real estate rock stars and tease out the role it plays in their financial independence journeys
In 2015, Alexandra Fasulo (aka the freelance fairy) quit her lofty NYC public relations job after working for just 4-weeks. She had no plan, no money, and no idea what would come next. She just knew she couldn’t work for a company any more.
What she soon realized is that quitting that job was the best thing she could ever do. It thrust her into the world of freelancing on Fiverr.com, where she is a 6-figure freelance writer.
Today on Earn and Invest we ask a simple question. Has the FIRE Movement evolved? Our panelists (JL Collins, Brad Barrett, and Jillian Johnsrud) for the most part discovered financial independence in the early 2000’s and have collectively reached millions of listeners and readers.
Our guest today, Dan Chan, is an internationally renowned, award-winning magician & mind-reader. In 2016 Buzzfeed profiled Dan with an article titled “Meet Silicon Valley's Favorite Magician.” Since then, Dan has performed for many of the world's largest corporations worldwide. In November of 2020, he was featured in Business Insider as the Billionaires magician.
In 2019, it was estimated that some of the top business schools will cost more than $200k. As expensive as this sounds, an MBA continues to be a reliable magnifier of salary potential. According to a 2018 survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council, 2016 and 2017 grads saw their post-MBA salaries rise by a median of $40,000. Among respondents surveyed, 82% agreed that B-school increased their earning power.
But is it worth it?
More existing homes were sold in 2020 than in any year since 2006. Many seasoned veterans are curious to know how long will this boom last or will it eventually come crashing down like in 2008? So far, the housing market continues to be sizzling hot resulting in higher home prices and bidding wars for newly listed residences.
By my own recollections, my childhood was lacking in nothing. Logically, I know that after my father died that times were tough. But, those early memories of my mother as a stay at home mom and then widow were quickly replaced by those of the accountant, landlord, investor, and entrepreneur that she became. Today, I celebrate my mother. Happy Mother's Day!
In this broad ranging interview Eva Yazhari and I discuss her new book, The Good Your Money Can Do: Becoming a Conscious Investor. We talk about what types of asset allocations have the most impact, ESG investing, and how to be intentional not only with your money but also with your actions.