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You can afford anything, but not everything. We make daily decisions and create habits around how to spend money, time, energy, focus and attention – and ultimately, our life. Every decision is a trade-off against another choice. But how deeply do we contemplate these choices? Are we settling for the default mode? Or are we ruthlessly optimizing around a deliberate life? Are we creating financial independence, early retirement and debt freedom? Are we managing money wisely? Host Paula Pant i ...
 
This award winning best personal finance podcast presents various topics around money and careers in a fun and lighthearted setting. The host, Shannon McLay, is a successful entrepreneur, author, and personal finance expert with a passion for helping people get financially fit. In each episode, Shannon will share a martini (or something similar) with friends and experts while discussing money and career topics.
 
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Paula Pant of Afford Anything tells us how to use money as a tool Episode 1680: The Revolution Has Begun by Paula Pant of Afford Anything on Finding Out How To Use Money As A Tool Paula Pant is the founder of the award-winning website AffordAnything.com and a writer and speaker specializing in money, business, and real estate investing. She is a re…
 
ESI of ESI Money shares the key to early retirement Episode 1689: Key to Early Retirement - Margin of Safety by ESI Money on Ways To Creating Financial Independence ESI Money is written by "ESI", a 50-something retiree. The site is basically a list of what's allowed him to become financially independent and how you can implement those successes in …
 
Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist talks about why we shouldn't make financial decisions based solely on whether or not we can afford things Episode 1688: Can I Afford It Is A Terrible Filter by Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist on Making Financial Decisions Joshua Becker and his family decided to live with fewer possessions after a conversati…
 
Emily Guy Birken of PT Money talks about how to ask for and get a raise Episode 1687: How to Ask for (and Get) a Raise by Emily Guy Birken with PT Money on Doing And Saying The Right Things PTMoney.com is about helping you make extra money, save more money, and spend your money wisely--all in an effort to help you fix your finances so you can build…
 
Hello Martinis and Your Money Listeners! At the Financial Gym, we call the first meeting you have with a trainer, the “financially naked session.” In this meeting, you share everything about yourself financially so that the trainer knows where you’re starting so that he or she can make the plan for how you can get where you want to go. Above all ot…
 
Dawn Starks of Simple Money Pro talks about the value of mothers having equal voices in financial decisions Episode 1686: Mothers and Money by Dawn Starks of Simple Money Pro on Having Equal Voices in Financial Decisions Dawn Starks has been a financial planner for over twenty years. Her aim with financial planning work has always been to simplify …
 
Kevin of Financial Panther talks about the myth of diversification and why it means it's ok to take chances Episode 1685: The Myth Of Diversification And Why It Means It’s Okay To Take Chances by Kevin of Financial Panther Kevin is an attorney, writer, gig economy expert, side hustler, and the blogger behind Financial Panther. He paid off $87,000 w…
 
#344: Russell’s job offers the option to contribute to a 457 plan. Since he’s in the highest tax bracket, should he take advantage of the tax deferral offered through the 457 or invest within a taxable brokerage account? Anonymous is on track to be financially independent in 14 years, but isn’t living up to her potential working a boring job. How c…
 
Tiffany Aliche of The Budgetnista shares 5 ways to have a better relationship through money talks Episode 1684: Love and Money - 5 Ways to Have a Happier Relationship Through Money Talks by Tiffany Aliche of The Budgetnista Tiffany Aliche, is an award-winning teacher of financial education and is quickly becoming America’s favorite, personal financ…
 
J.D. Roth with Get Rich Slowly talks about whether or not repaying debt should be an obsession Episode 1683: Should Repaying Debt Be An Obsession by JD Roth of Get Rich Slowly on Finding Balance With Your Finances J.D. Roth has been reading and writing about personal finance for a decade. Today he’s financially independent, but ten years ago, his m…
 
Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents shares 9 tips for financial success and freedom. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1682: [Part 2] 9 Tips For Financial Success And Freedom by Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents Michelle Schroeder-Gardner created Making Sense of Cents in order to help improve her own finances. With dili…
 
Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents shares 9 tips for financial success and freedom. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1681: [Part 1] 9 Tips For Financial Success And Freedom by Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents Michelle Schroeder-Gardner created Making Sense of Cents in order to help improve her own finances. With dili…
 
Hello Martinis and Your Money Listeners! We have thousands of clients at Financial Gym with numerous life goals they want to accomplish, and our number one employer represented at the Gym is “self-employed” and a common life goal for many clients is the desire to start their own business. So, not only do we work with a number of current business ow…
 
Amy Beardsley of Smart Money Mamas tells us how a good credit score helps to build wealth Episode 1679: How a Good Credit Score Helps You Build Wealth by Amy Beardsley with Smart Money Mamas Chelsea Brennan is a hedge fund investor turned online entrepreneur that helps moms make their money work for them and embrace their ambitions, so they can liv…
 
Alexa Mason of The College Investor offers advice for how to pay for college as an adult Episode 1678: How To Pay for College As An Adult by Alexa Mason with The College Investor on Money Management Robert Farrington is a personal finance expert that focuses on helping millennials get out of student loan debt and start investing for their future. H…
 
Chris of Keep Thrifty talks about why payment freedom is even better than debt freedom Episode 1677: Debt Freedom Is Great But Payment Freedom Is Better by Chris of Keep Thrifty on Pathways to Payment Freedom Chris and Jaime live in the suburbs of Madison, WI with their three daughters. While living the typical suburban life, they are challenging t…
 
Hey Podcast family! Enrollment for our flagship course, Your First Rental Property, is open from now until Thursday, Oct 14 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific! If you want a structured, step-by-step framework to guide you from “clueless novice” to “confident investor,” this course is for you. Your First Rental Property provides all the knowledge, structure, sup…
 
Amberly Grant with Fiology talks about the delay of gratification as it pertains to financial independence Episode 1676: The Delay of Gratification - Reward and Regret by Amberly Grant with Fiology on Living Financially Independent Fiology is an educational resource designed to teach you about Financial Independence (FI). They have scoured the inte…
 
Chris Reining answers a reader's question about paying off debt vs. investing. Episode 1675: Should I Pay Off Debt or Invest by Chris Reining on Paying Off a House Early & Cost of College Chris Reining is a thirty-something guy who provides resources to help manage your money and career to become financially free. His own path to financial freedom …
 
Ryan H. Law shares two short posts covering how to pay yourself first and how to automate your finances Episode 1674: How to Pay Yourself First AND Automate Your Finances by Ryan H Law on Setting Up Systems for Financial Success Ryan's goal is to teach financial planners, coaches, and counselors how to use simple, evidence-based action steps to pro…
 
J. Money of Budgets Are Sexy talks about the realities of saving Episode 1673: Save $50 a Day & Feel No Pain? Hmm I Dunno About That by J. Money of Budgets Are Sexy J. Money is a 6’1, hyperactive, rock a ‘hawk who loves drinking beer, blaring hip-hop, talking about money, and now playing with his two adorable baby boys. He tracked his expenses for …
 
Hello Martinis and Your Money Listeners! We have thousands of clients at Financial Gym with numerous life goals they want to accomplish and our number one employer represented at the Gym is self-employed and a common life goal for many clients is the desire to start their own business. So not only do we work with a number of current business owners…
 
Renee Benes of The Fun Sized Life shares money-saving hacks for people who aren't cheapskates Episode 1672: Money Saving Hacks for Non Cheapskates by Renee Benes of The Fun Sized Life on Creating Goals and working Backwards Renee is a minimalist mom, blogger, & coach. She and her husband downsized their house, paid off debt, started making money on…
 
ESI of ESI Money talks about how to fuel your net worth with investing Episode 1671: Invest Overview - Fueling Your Net Worth by ESI Money on The Keys and Stages To Investment Success ESI Money is written by "ESI", a 50-something retiree. The site is basically a list of what's allowed him to become financially independent and how you can implement …
 
Kevin of Financial Panther talks about diversifying your emergency fund Episode 1670: Diversifying Your Emergency Fund by Kevin of Financial Panther on Creating Good Financial Principles Kevin is an attorney, writer, gig economy expert, side hustler, and the blogger behind Financial Panther. He paid off $87,000 worth of student loans in just 2.5 ye…
 
Hey Podcast family!! Our flagship real estate investing course is re-open for enrollment ONLY from now until October 14!! If you want to stop thinking about maybe buying real estate someday but gee it’s so expensive now … and you want to *actually take action,* this course is for you. Find out more here. Remember: if you want to stop waiting for a …
 
Alacias Enger discusses how having a budget is the ultimate life design tool Episode 1669: The Budget - The Ultimate Life Design Tool by Alacias Enger of My Sense With Cents on Personal Finance Olympics Sense with Cents chronicles Alacias' journey using Law of Attraction while pursuing Financial Independence, and the belief that everyone can win wi…
 
Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist demystifies finance-related stress Episode 1668: Demystifying Financial Related Stress by Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist on Financial Anxiety Joshua Becker and his family decided to live with fewer possessions after a conversation with his neighbor in 2008. As a result, they found a better way to live, cen…
 
Imagine a line. Cowardice exists at one extreme end of that line. Recklessness exists at the other extreme end. And in the balanced middle, you’ll find courage. Today’s conversation is about courage. We’re not talking about inspiring physical acts of bravery in this episode; rather, we’re discussing moral and social courage. The type of courage you…
 
Mike Ballew of Egg Stack breaks down the best way to collect lottery winnings or large inheritances Episode 1667: Lottery Lump Sum Versus Annuity by Mike Ballew of Egg Stack on Analyzing Your Financial Situation Mike Ballew is a 56-year-old engineer turned blogger who reached a point in life where he sees things more clearly than ever before. He fa…
 
Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme compares American consumption to a wooden ship. Episode 1666: Your Budget is Like a Leaking Ship by Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme on Debt & Investing Success Jacob Lund Fisker was a nuclear astrophysicist who retired at 33 with what he believes to be enough savings to last the rest of hi…
 
Hello Martinis and Your Money Listeners! Most mental health experts I chat with estimate that 97% of people suffer from financial anxiety at some point in their lives and from what I’ve seen at Financial Gym, I would agree with these estimates. Even clients who are financially healthy go through periods of financial anxiety at some point or another…
 
Darrow Kirkpatrick shares income strategies for when you're running low in retirement. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1665: [Part 2] Running Low in Retirement - Income Strategies by Darrow Kirkpatrick of Can I Retire Yet Darrow Kirkpatrick is the founder of CanIRetireYet.com. He began serious investing in his mid-30s and retired at age 50. He's not a…
 
Imagine this: You start a side hustle. Maybe you sell planners or lead workouts in the park. You make a few thousand dollars during your first year. It’s fun beer money, but not enough to quit your day job. But you keep growing. You run this as a one-person operation, though you bring on freelancers or independent contractors. Your revenue grows in…
 
Darrow Kirkpatrick shares income strategies for when you're running low in retirement. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1664: [Part 1] Running Low in Retirement - Income Strategies by Darrow Kirkpatrick of Can I Retire Yet Darrow Kirkpatrick is the founder of CanIRetireYet.com. He began serious investing in his mid-30s and retired at age 50. He's not a…
 
Kalen Bruce of Money Mini Blog shares ways to budget after bankruptcy Episode 1663: How To Budget After Bankruptcy by Kalen Bruce of Money Mini Blog on Rebuilding Financial Sustainability Kalen Bruce is the founder of MoneyMiniBlog. His story is simple… he and his wife were $24,000 in debt and became a student of finances to get out. They are now d…
 
Tania Brown with Financial Finesse tells you how to put your finances on autopilot Episode 1662: How To Put Your Finances On Auto-Pilot by Tania Brown with Financial Finesse on Simplifying Your Finances After years in the financial services industry, Liz Davidson became disgusted with how many people were being sold financial products and services …
 
Andy with Jen Hayes.me shares 11 ways to save money Episode 1661: 11 Ways to Save Money by Andy with JenHayes.me on Ways to Be Frugal and Live A Debt Free Life A few years ago, Jen and her husband were buried in $117,000 of student loan debt. Now, they've paid off over $100k of debt, and they're on track to have the rest paid off by the end of this…
 
Jackie Beck explains what a debt management plan is and how it works Episode 1660: What Is a Debt Management Plan and How Does It Work by Jackie Beck on Help For Your Financial Life Jackie and her husband paid off over $147,000 in debt, including their house! She’s walked the walk to become completely debt free, and she wants to help you do the sam…
 
Have you ever thought, “I’d like to invest in rental real estate but there are no cheap properties in my area!” “Homes in my city are too expensive. I’d have to invest out-of-state, but that sounds terrifying.” Or have you ever thought, “I’m curious about real estate but I’m not a fan of the idea of taking on all that debt.” Today’s interview is ri…
 
Honey Smith with Get Rich Slowly talks about personal finance and the long game Episode 1659: Personal Finance and The Long Game by Honey Smith with Get Rich Slowly on Thinking Long Term J.D. Roth has been reading and writing about personal finance for a decade. Today he’s financially independent, but ten years ago, his money life was a disaster, w…
 
Hello Martinis and Your Money Listeners! Today is the last Friday of the month and my regular listeners know that on the last Friday of the month, I host the happy hour on the podcast where I gather great friends with me to drink cheap drinks and talk about money topics. In 2020 and 2021, we’re seeing a number of Financial Gym clients become proper…
 
Chris of Keep Thrifty talks about how to beat inflation if you want to retire early Episode 1658: Want to Retire Early - Beat Inflation With a One Two Punch by Chris of Keep Thrifty on Improving Your Finances Chris and Jaime live in the suburbs of Madison, WI with their three daughters. While living the typical suburban life, they are challenging t…
 
Laura of Rich and Resilient Living talks about her triple bottom line path to financial independence so far Episode 1657: My Triple Bottom Line Path to Financial Independence So Far by Laura of Rich And Resilient Living A Purple Life was started by an anonymous writer in 2015. They hatched a plan to retire in 10 years at 35, and with the help of de…
 
Travis Hornsby of Student Loan Planner compares tradition IRAs to Roth IRAs for those with student debt Episode 1656: Roth or Traditional When You Have Student Debt by Travis Hornsby of Student Loan Planner on Retirement Savings Student Loan Planner has the country's top experts in figuring out exactly what to do with monster student loan debt. If …
 
Kalen Bruce of Freedom Sprout shares 3 simple questions that will help you spend intentionally and upgrade your finances Episode 1655: Intentional Spending - 3 Simple Questions That Will Upgrade Your Finances by Kalen Bruce of Freedom Sprout Kalen Bruce created Freedom Sprout to fill a void. He heard too many conversations about how "they don't tea…
 
Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully talks about the stages of financial management. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1654: [Part 2] The Stages Of Financial Management by Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully on Personal Finance Decisions Andrea Joy is the creator of Saving Joyfully, a personal finance and frugality blog emphasizing joyful living. On her website, sav…
 
Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully talks about the stages of financial management. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1653: [Part 1] The Stages Of Financial Management by Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully on Personal Finance Decisions Andrea Joy is the creator of Saving Joyfully, a personal finance and frugality blog emphasizing joyful living. On her website, sav…
 
A Purple Life insists that FIRE is for wimps Episode 1652: FIRE Is For Wimps by A Purple Life on How To Baby Step Your Way Into A FIRE Life A Purple Life was started by an anonymous writer in 2015. They hatched a plan to retire in 10 years at 35, and with the help of decreased spending, increased wages, and geoarbitrage, they reached their goal in …
 
Hello Martinis and Your Money Listeners. In 2020 and 2021, we’re seeing a number of Financial Gym clients become property owners or show more interest in becoming property owners due to lower interest rates, more working from home because of the pandemic or a desire to shift asset allocation because of historic market highs, so I’m dedicating the m…
 
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