Chain of Wealth - Debt, Investing, Entrepreneurship, Wealth & More
Summary: Denis and Katie interview inspiring people on topics around debt, wealth, investing, financing and more. Building wealth is a fundamental principle where there is not enough knowledge - follow them on their journey to pay back all Katie's debt and learn from the masters themselves! Episodes Monday & Thursday, which are perfect for your commute, teach you actionable ways to build your financial life and achieve your dreams. During the episodes, we touch on questions that unlock thought leaders' secrets. Right after that we jump right into the value link round, where we get their take on why people fail, some of the best books or podcasts they recommend and much more!
Andrew is constantly thinking, talking, or writing about his never-ending pursuit of a better life & career through personal experiments, lessons learned, and smart money habits. In 2017, he took a detour off the path towards financial independence and embarked on a one-year mini-retirement. Now he is using the insights gained from a year off to reframe his goals and ambitions for decades to come.
We've all had the moment when you see something you like, you want it and next thing you know your credit card is in your hand.
Deanna Broaddus is a 46-year-old single woman on the path towards financial independence. She, however, has not always been money savvy, but with a change of mindset, she became serious about striving for financial peace in 2014. By the end of 2017, Deanna has paid off just under $47,000 in debt, and in early 2018, she began her journey as an investor.
Coming to terms with your debt is tough, very often you'll need to mentally prepare, The worst thing you can do it wait too long to take the first step.
Chella Diaz is a life coach and the owner of Transcend Abundance, she believes there is a very strong link between money and spirituality. Having written many books about the topic, Chella mentors women and teaches them how to live a prosperous life.
Katie is presented with the opportunity to negotiate her salary as the school year is going to renew(she’s at a private school). We cover general salary negotiations, it’s definitely an interesting topic and can help you take home a ton of more money.
Sara Williams is a debt adviser in London, England. She set up her personal website, Debt Camel, five years ago, wanting to provide good information about debt in a more approachable, easy to read manner than official debt advice websites. She now blogs about everything to do with debt and credit ratings in England, from improving your credit score for a mortgage to asking for a payday loan refund for unaffordable lending. Her aim is to answer common questions with as little jargon as possible.
Building your credit is an absolutely fundamental thing to do. In this episode, we'll walk you through all the step you should take to move towards a high credit score.
Personal finance expert Jackie Beck is the creator of the app store hit "Pay Off Debt by Jackie Beck", an award-winning smartphone app that's been featured in the Oprah Magazine. The app has helped over 53,000 people use a debt snowball to break free from debt. Jackie and her husband Miles became completely debt free (including their house) in August of 2012, after paying off more than $147,000 in debt. She now helps motivate others to do the same so they can live the life they're dreaming of.
With summer finally here, we decided to dive into an episode all about travel hacking! If you become effective at travel hacking you can get free trips.
Parker is a former professional football player turned wealth advisor turned entrepreneur. Together with his friend and co-founder Jerry Workman, they created Destiny, an app aimed at helping millennials pay off their student loan and credit card debt as fast as possible.
Nobody really tells you what to do with your paycheck, people don’t know what you should and shouldn’t do so today’s episode deals exactly with that.
Today we have Jeffrey Anazalone who is a doctor that writes at debtfreedr.com. Becoming a doctor involves spending a ton of money to get qualified, Jeff was over $300,000 in debt when he started. Jeff went to dental school then did a surgery residency
For most of us, salary is the main income source. The truth is, everyone starts this way and typically the salary we get each month would only go to our bills. Come and join us talk about different sources of income and how we tend to spend them. Welcome! [5:21] People receive bonuses from work, what do they typically do with those? ● People tend to spend the bonus before they even get it ● They use them for vacations ● Sometimes instead of cash they receive gift cards
Today we have Tawnya Redding who is a special education teacher based in Portland, Oregon. Tawnya started her blog, Money Saved is Money Earned in March 2018 and hopes to spread financial education by covering topics about saving, and tips to being frugal. Tawnya managed to pay off all of her student loans and purchase her first home all while paying for her Master’s Degree.