We talk heroin addiction with Marisa Vitali as depicted in her short film Grace. How do we engage with those in recovery whether drug abuse or other issues like a spending addiction. We also touch on the financial topics associated with filmmaking.
How do you know when it is time to move...and how do you know what to look for when you are moving? We talk with Joel and Matt from the podcast How to Money about making this big decision. We discuss the financial as well as life hacks involved.
Douglas Tsoi is a spiritual director as well as part of the financial independence community. On this episode we speak with his experiences with psychedelics and how they have effected his thinking and its effect on how he deals with money and work.
This is our book launch episode for Taking Stock: A Hospice Doctor's Advice on Financial Independence, Building Wealth, and Living a Regret-Free Life. JL Collins interviews me about the book, life, and living without regrets. Buy the book here.
Among other things, Vitaliy Katsenelson's new book, Soul in the Game, dives deep in to stoic philosophy and money. Were the stoics right? Vitaliy thinks so, and after listening to this episode, you may too. We cover how the stoic philosophers saw money and how this can benefit you.
Bob and Linda Lotich are the hosts of the Seedtime Money Podcast and their new book Simple Money, Rich Life discusses the role of Christianity in finanes. We talk shame, guilt, giving, and how finances fit into our religious (or non religious) lives.
I talk with Jimmy Turner, The Physician Philosopher, about burnout both in medicine and careers in general. His book, Determined: How Burned Out Doctors Can Thrive in a Broken medical System. What is the cost to employees and employers?
When it comes to financial independence are you the turtle or the hare? How important are your financial goals and how quickly do you want to get there? In this episode, we talk to Stephen Chen, Michelle Dash, and Nate Wilson from New Retirement about their careers and aspirations.
Should you be investing in ESG funds? Should your investments do more than just make money? We discuss these issues with Chris Mamula of Can I Retire Yet?. This is a rewind episode from over a year ago.
On this rewind episode we talk with JL Collins, Brad Barrett, and Jillian Johnsrud about how and if the FIRE movement has evolved. And more importantly, if you are part of this movement, have you evolved. Enjoy this rewind episode and don't forget to preorder my book, Taking Stock.
Is the sky falling? We talk with Joseph Hopue (Let's Talk Money) about investing strategies in this high inflation recession threatening environment. Is now the time to change your strategy or stick to your investment plan? Is this time different?
James and Emily Lowery are the couple behind the instagram account and blog Rethink the Rat Race. They discuss their Instagram life. Is it real or a glitz version of reality? In this episode we discuss early financial independence, remote real estate management, and digital entrepreneurship.
Can you escape the taxman? Although you may think the answer is no, we talk today with Robert Farrington of The College Investor about health savings account. Once used immediately for a tax break on healthcare costs, now they have become almost magical retirement accounts. Hear how!
Preorders are now available for Taking Stock: A Hospice Doctor's Advice on Financial Independence, Building Wealth, and Living a Regret-Free Life. Plus, get a first listen to the book trailer and listen all the way to the end to hear an excerpt of JL Collins interviewing me. Also, I announce our book launch party on Aug 19, 2022 in Longmont Colorado at MMHQ.
We argue for equity and diversity in the workplace and the entrepreneurial world because it is absolutely the right thing to do both ethically and morally. Patience Marime-Ball and Dr. Ruth Shaber, in their new book The XX Edge, also argue, however, that it will lead to more profits and innovation. Learn the many benefits of gender equity and equality.
Jannese Torres-Rodriguez didn't plan on being an entrepreneur at the beginning of her career. Yet, she found her passion for her 9 to 5 flagging and started a creative side hustle around her love of cooking. Fast forward years later, she is a six figure entrepreneur with her personal finance platform Yo Quiero Dinero.
What is the relationship between purpose and entrepreneurship? Should there be. We discuss with Shannon Hayes, Ankur Delight, and Leisa Peterson the pros and cons of bringing in meaning and purpose in to our business ventures. Some of their opinions may surprise you.
Patrick Schulte is the creator of one of the oldest sailing blogs still active called Bumfuzzle. He turned a mini-retirement and youthful adventure into a lifestyle. Hear how he did this and how he funds his travel with options trading.
Julien and Kiersten Saunders are the creators of the rich & REGULAR platform. Their new book, Cashing Out, is a provocative discourse on the shortcomings of corporate America for people of color as well as everyone else. A must read. Listen as we discuss how to know when it is time to cash out.
Jeremy Schneieder became financially independent instantaneously when he sold his company for seven figures. Yet, even before, he had subscribed to a series of good financial habits which he enjoyed sharing with friends. he started the Personal Finance Club to help others manage their finances.
Can you really make money while yopu sleep? Julie berninger and Cody Berman of Gold City Ventures say "absolutely". In this episode we discuss passive income, side hustles, and entrepreneurship. Is the four hour work week achievable? Listen to find out.
David Stein's award winning platform, Money For The Rest Of Us, has been teaching people how to invest for years. In this episode we talk about his ten questions to master successful investing. Lot's of investing pearls on this episode.
Jen Smith and Jill Sirianni, the cohosts of the Frugal Friends Podcast, discuss the simple joys of frugality, the difference between frugality and cheap, and many other great topics. They are hosting the Frugal Friends Summit June 27-30 (Spending Symposium).
Vicki Robin, famed author of Your Money Or Your Life, has been asking cultural scouts, on her podcast, what could possibly go right. In this episode we discuss how she has evolved from her initial passion for financial independence to much, much more.