Denise Duffield-Thomas is the money mindset mentor for the new wave of online female entrepreneurs. Denise helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services and take back control over their finances. In our interview, Denise shares her experience with manifesting money and being a lucky bitch. She walks us through how we can overcome some of our money blocks, feel worthy of making the money we do and asking for more money, and how you can give yourself permission to be rich. Denise is an author, speaker and amazing business woman. Find her at LuckyBitch.com and check out her best-selling books, "Lucky Bitch" and "Get Rich, Lucky Bitch"
LaTisha is a nationally recognized millennial personal finance expert and blogs over at YoungFinances.com. Through her coaching programs and signature Financial Success Toolkit, LaTisha motivates young professionals and emerging entrepreneurs helping them to budget, invest, and achieve success. In this episode, I ask LaTisha to share her debt story with us, when she realized she was making decisions based on the debt she was carrying, and how she managed to budget her life so she could pay off more than 30,000 dollars in consumer debt in 3 years, plus a ton more.
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This week I'm sitting down with Katie Waters, Certified Financial Planner, Advisor, and Owner of Stable Waters Financial, a comprehensive financial planning firm. Katie is passionate about helping individuals with cash flow issues. That's the basics of their budgets, making sure they have enough money to pay off their debt, pay for their day-to-day life, and save for their goals. Then she dives into insurance and investments. This week, I leverage Katie's expertise to help us understand what insurance is appropriate to have at this time in our lives. With Katie's expertise, I created a cheat sheet you can refer to and modify for your life-stage scenario. See the button, below. Katie offers great insight into our insurance coverage and specific tips for some of our policies.
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This week we're talking about the basics you need to know regarding your 401(k). I'm trying my best to get through the 4-Part 401(k) series published over on the blog, and explaining everything down to, "what is an asset allocation?" and "should I put money towards retirement or debt?" We're nailing all of that down here in this #soloshow on the pod. (Go here for the cheatsheet)
Bonus: What 23 Financial Experts wish they knew about Investing in their 20s(many have to do with their 401k)