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The Wander Wealthy Podcast | Build and Grow Your Money Coaching Business

The Wander Wealthy Podcast is a weekly show for aspiring, new and frustrated money coaches who want to learn how to create life-changing coaching packages, get more clients, and make more money. Join your host, Tess Wicks, along with some amazing guest experts to dive into topics around mindset, marketing, sales, pricing, and delivering your coaching services so you can build a freedom-based financial coaching business to make a big impact while making a great income.
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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 31, 2016

We're wrapping up the money goals video series with how to save for your long-term goals. From retiring rich, preparing for children, saving for big goals before retirement age, and more. In this episode you'll learn your saving and investment options, how to invest without major risk, and why you should be utilizing the tax-advantaged accounts available to you. Check out the video and show notes.

Oct 27, 2016

Farissa Knox is a wife, mother-of-two, and the founder of TWO businesses, RLM Media and WhatRUWearing. She's a badass entrepreneur and truly is growing a business empire. In this episode we talk about making money, running a business, building an empire, and balancing it all. Hear Farissa's biggest money mistake and her definition of rich. Get it all in the show notes.

Episode Sponsor: DesignCrowd.

Oct 24, 2016

This week we're tackling the toughest money goals to save for, medium-term goals. From saving up for a wedding, buying a car, a down-payment on a home, these goals require a different strategy depending on how long you have until the goal comes due and what your appetite is for risk. This video will step you through your options, but remember, nothing I share is guaranteed. You must do your due diligence to understand your options and this episode will help with that. Check out the show notes to see the video and more.

Oct 20, 2016

Rebecca Holland is a freelance travel and food writer based in Chicago. She blogs at CuriosityandaCarryOn.com and is a dear friend of mine teaching us how to make money while traveling. In this episode I get all the details about what it takes to be a freelance travel writer. Whether you want to make extra money on the side or turn it into a full-time job, Rebecca shares how to get free press trips and even get paid to travel through the career that she has built for herself. Check out more in the shownotes.

Oct 17, 2016

Over the next couple weeks, the video series will be focusing on how to conquer your money goals, including short-, medium-, and long-term goals. In this episode, we dive into the short-term goals. What vehicle to use to save for those money goals, how to avoid large and unnecessary taxes by choosing the proper vehicle, and how to set up your number one most important money goal, the emergency savings account. Check out the video here.

Oct 13, 2016

Amy Hubble is the Founder and Principal Advisor at Radix Financial, a fee-only fiduciary portfolio management firm located in Oklahoma City, OK but servicing the entire United States. In this episode we cover so much, from what you miss out on if you don't take advantage of investing in your 20s (comparing an example of Taylor Swift and Adele), to how much you will need in retirement, to prioritizing paying off student loan debt and investing in your future. It's a jam-packed episode with really solid advice from Amy. Check out the show notes.

This episode is sponsored by DesignCrowd.

Oct 10, 2016

We're onto our second vlogcast of our Money Monday series and sticking with how to pay off debt faster than you could ever imagine. In this episode, I'm sharing the various methods from the "snowball" to the "avalanche" to just paying attention to what feels good to you. This will help you organize your outstanding loans and know where to put your extra money first. See the video on YouTube. Check out the Show Notes.

Oct 6, 2016

Today on the show I’m sitting down with Daniela Corrente, the CEO and CoFounder of Reeelit (get $10 towards your next purchase with code: PODCAST), an online platform that helps individuals save money when shopping for items on their wish list and simultaneously keeps them out of debt because they never have to swipe a credit card. In this episode we chat about why now is the time to start a business if you’re feeling curious and motivated, why it’s okay to have expensive taste and how it’s totally possible to afford some of the finer things in life, and why it usually is better to go after those quality items and how you can do it without going into debt. Check out the show notes to learn more.

Today's show is sponsored by DesignCrowd. Use offer code "MONEY" for a special VIP discount towards your next design project.

Oct 3, 2016

Episode 040 of the Words and Money Podcast is now on VIDEO! Each Monday we'll be putting out a new episode (5-15 min) geared to help millennial women understand one topic about their personal finances. This week is all about finding extra money (whether through savings or picking up some extra cash on the side) to put towards blasting away debt and paying it off FASTER than you ever thought possible. Check out the video on YouTube or in the show notes, here.

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