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“Dialogues on Canadian Energy” is dedicated to providing a forum for vigorous discussion and debate over major current energy and carbon policy issues in North America, with special emphasis on Alberta’s unique circumstances. It will contain primarily opinion pieces and podcasts. Clarity, frankness and “facts over opinion” will be hopefully be its fundamental characteristics.
 
Jamila Souffrant is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI), blogger, podcast host and money coach. She is the founder of www.journeytolaunch.com. As a money expert who “walks her talk” she helps brave Journeyers; gain clarity around their finances and create an actionable plan to reach their goals. Her mission is to teach, inspire and help others reach Financial Freedom. The Journey To Launch podcast explores all aspects of reaching Financial Freedom; from increasing income, becom ...
 
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This week’s guest, Sheena Allen, is the youngest Black woman CEO and founder of a bank. Sheena created CapWay, a digital banking app and financial service provider, with the goal of closing the income, race, and financial literacy gap through access to banking and opportunities. Growing up in Mississippi, she had first hand experience at what it wa…
 
At 22 years old, right after graduating from college, I went into contract to buy a condo in DUMBO, Brooklyn. In this episode, I am sharing my real estate story and how I was able to become a first time buyer at such a young age in hopes of inspiring you on your own journey. There were several factors to my success that I share in this episode. One…
 
In this week’s solo episode, I’m sharing the behind the scenes numbers of how Journey To Launch did this year; income, expenses & profit. We increased our business gross revenue by 217% from 2019 and I want to share how I was able to accomplish that incredible growth. I’m also sharing the lessons learned from 2020 and my goals for 2021 I’m sharing …
 
Can you pinpoint the defining moments in your life that have shaped you into who you are today? In this solo episode, I share some of my defining moments, the building blocks from my past that helped me become the woman I am today and that helped me to start Journey to Launch. I talk about the journey often, so here are pieces from my journey that …
 
2020 is a year we all want behind us for many reasons. So much has unfolded since our last podcast this will be a very full year end to get through. Let's begin: US election implications – KXL most of all Trudeau virtue signalling – Zero net emissions and UNDRIP The $170/tonne solution – Liberals all in on Paris Conservative response, Canadian busi…
 
How we were raised to handle money as children has an impact on the financial decisions we make as adults. Tanya Van Court had over a 20 year career in Corporate America in companies like ESPN, Nickelodeon, and Discovery Education. She is now the CEO and founder of Goalsetter, a savings and financial literacy app that helps kids and families get be…
 
Is there anything in your life right now that you can opt out of that is no longer serving you? This week on the podcast, I have Cait Flanders, best selling author, of “The Year of Less” and “Adventures in Opting Out.” After paying off her debt, Cait did not have a plan for her money so many of her poor spending habits resurfaced. At 29, Cait chall…
 
Shinjini Das of Das Media Group, comes on the podcast this week to talk with me about the immigrant experience and money. As first or second generation immigrants, we have a unique experience navigating through America and becoming financially educated. What makes our experiences special is that they are all different. Shinjini was the undergrad co…
 
Did you know that your employer could pay off $5,250 of your student loans this year (2020)?! The payments wouldn't be taxable to you as the employee and your employer would get a tax break on the payment. But your employer would have to make the payment by December 31, 2020. This was a new provision made in the Cares Act back in March 2020 that ma…
 
What’s stopping you from investing? Chances are you can start right now! In this episode, Bola Sokunbi shares all things investing. Bola is my most recurring guest because she continues to share tangible gems with my audience. She is the founder of Clever Girl Finance, one of the world’s largest personal finance platforms for women in the U.S.. Bol…
 
When will you know when you are satisfied? It’s a simple but weighted question because we are often chasing something. This episode is special because you get to be a fly on the wall in a mini-coaching session between myself and Saundra Davis. Saundra Davis is a nationally recognized financial coach, educator, consultant, and motivational speaker, …
 
This is a surprise episode where I announce that the Money Launch Club doors are open and I talk about a common underlying theme I have been noticing in my private community as well as in my first cohort of the Journey to FI course! Compared to the Facebook community, the Money Launch Club is a paid community where people invest to be in a space wi…
 
What happens when COVID strikes your business and you have to pivot in an instance? Tammeca Rochester did exactly that and shares how she was able to keep her fitness business, Harlem Cycle, thriving during an extremely difficult time. Tammeca did not set out to start her own cycling studio, but when she felt the pull to do so, she listened to it. …
 
Are you a part of your local credit union? Ron McLean, president of Cooperative Credit Union Association, shares why everyone should join a credit union and debunks common myths associated with credit unions. The mission of a credit union is people helping people, which includes caring for families, communities, and businesses. Credit unions aim to…
 
How can you craft a life you love today while not waiting for the end goal of Financial Independence to be realized? How can you build a bigger life (not a bigger lifestyle) and become a master of your money? Adam Carroll is an internationally recognized speaker, author, podcaster, and retreat leader. He’s a two time TED Talk speaker with one of hi…
 
Lawrence Gonzalez had a choice to make: should he continue falling deeper into debt or get serious and make a plan? With 6 figures of debt, Lawrence decided it was time to make a decision: to be in control of his finances. He made the decision to not finish graduate school, get a job, and ultimately, live the life he wanted. Lawrence is a proud Hai…
 
Jean-François Thibault is a energy news commentator who appears frequently in various written and spoken media in Quebec. Energy East is a symbol of different things to different parts of the country, what do you think its demise means to Quebec? All projects have specific aspects of their development and implementation that become problematic, in …
 
In this week’s solo episode I am talking about the five truths I learned on my financial journey. Some of these points might surprise you, but you’ll have to take a listen to hear them for yourself. I hope what I share in this episode will help you on your journey to financial freedom and independence. In this episode you will learn: What the finan…
 
Check out this week’s solo episode where I share five out of the ten steps you need to map out your path to financial independence. These steps will empower you to get started and show you that financial independence is possible. But first I help you define what that means financial freedom means for you. In this episode, I talk about how to plan y…
 
Ramit Sethi is New York Times bestselling author and founder of I Will Teach You to Be Rich. After 16 years in the personal finance space, Ramit is still teaching people how to set specific goals for themselves and their money. He has a unique way of talking about money and challenges the normal points of view you often hear from other personal fin…
 
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