Snacks Daily
Snacks Daily
Jan 22, 2021
“Feels like a Cult Stock” — Plug Power’s pop. Chobani’s ready-to-drank. Traveler’s chill mode.
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How to Money
How to Money
iHeartRadio
Redefining Wealth & Overcoming Money Struggles with Patrice Washington #325
Patrice Washington is a number one best-selling author who has a unique philosophy about money that not only determines how she coaches others, but it shapes how she lives her own life as well. After her own personal struggles with money that culminated with bankruptcy where she lost everything, she has been able to work her way back to a place of financial well-being. She has been the personal finance expert on both Steve Harvey’s radio and television shows since 2014, and has appeared in dozens of media outlets like Dr. Oz and Fox & Friends. Patrice teaches folks how to handle their money in a disciplined manner, while simultaneously living a fulfilling life. She wants you to build up wealth, but she teaches you how to build it with peace and purpose as your foundation. We redefine wealth in this episode and talk about Patrice’s new book “Redefine Wealth for Yourself”. During this episode we enjoyed a Wake-n-Bake by Terrapin. And as we’ve kicked things off with a bang in 2021, we could really use your help to spread the word- let friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you’re not already a regular, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to spread the word to get more people doing smart things with their money in these difficult times! Best friends out! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
58 min
BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
BiggerPockets
447: Create Your Dream Life in 3-5 Years Using Vivid Visions with Cameron Herold
What do you want out of life? What do you want to accomplish in the next 3-5 years? When asked this question, most entrepreneurs give a pretty simplistic answer. Something like “Oh, we’ll get more clients by this time next year” or “I’ll buy two more houses and then I’ll be happy”. How often do we sit down and paint a picture of what we want our life to look like? Today we’re discussing Vivid Visions with their creator Cameron Herold. Cameron is a veteran in the business world, he likes to say that he was “groomed” by his entrepreneurial grandparents and father to become a success story. By the time Cameron was 21, he had a full-on business that had 12 employees, and at 22 he bought his first rental property. He later became a franchisee for College Pro Painters and was so successful that he went on to coach new franchisees. He’s partnered with hundred-million dollar companies, grown and sold businesses for millions, coached the CEO of Sprint, a monarchy in the middle east, has written 5 books, and runs the Second in Command Podcast, where he talks to successful COOs. Cameron is someone who clearly has accomplished a lot and has a TON of wisdom to share. Cameron has serious knowledge on business management and talks about the importance of the CEO and COO relationship. Cameron describes how a COO needs to be a partner to the entrepreneur (the CEO) and operate as the ying to the CEO’s yang. If you’ve heard the terms “the visionary and the innovator” from books like Traction, this is exactly what Cameron is talking about. If you’ve been wondering where the idea of a “plan” or “vision” comes into play, Brandon, David, and Cameron all discuss their “Vivid Visions” and how it’s led them to success in their life. Cameron coined the term “Vivid Vision” because most entrepreneurs were simply writing down a 1-2 sentence mission statement instead of creating a vision of what they wanted their company and future to look like. This vision not only helps you build a life you want by design, it also entices great executives, employees, and partners to join you on your path to that clear and decisive “Vivid Vision”. In This Episode We Cover: * How Brandon found out about the “Vivid Vision” and how it has changed his worldview since creating one * Why Cameron decided to coach COOs as opposed to CEOs * The importance of having a COO or 2nd in command that you trust and believe in * Why your job postings should scare those who aren’t ready to take risks and grow * Why entrepreneurs have such a hard time when letting go * How to create your “Vivid Vision” in 7 steps * What a great “Vivid Vision” looks like, what it includes, and how to structure it * And So Much More! Links from the Show * BiggerPockets Podcast * BiggerPockets book store * Brandon's Instagram * David's Instagram * BiggerPockets Business Podcast 39: Creating Your Vision and Achieving Massive Success with Cameron Herold * BiggerPockets Podcast 230: Real Estate Investing as a Side Hustle with Grammy-Winning Producer Seth Mosley * Brandon's Vivid Vision (photo) * Second-In-Command Podcast * Vivid Vision Website Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/show447
1 hr 21 min
Cannabis Investing Network
Cannabis Investing Network
CIN Podcast
#81 - Don't Sell the Winners (ft. Todd Harrison of CB1 Capital)
We are joined by a special guest, Todd Harrison, who is the founding Partner and Chief Investment Officer of CB1 Capital. Todd is also an advisor for the prolific big board listed ETF MSOS which now has over $1B in assets. Todd is a seasoned professional who has over +30 years on Wall Street managing risk and researching financial market strategies. Todd is also quickly becoming one of the "go-to" investment voices in the cannabis industry. You can find him on Twitter (@todd_harrison), read his substack @ Cannabis Confidential or see him on TV educating the public on the cannabis opportunity (links below). This is an action packed episode, where we cover a broad range of topics.   Starting off with he calm before the storm, Todd gives his perspectives into what lays ahead for the cannabis industry, how the ‘big boys’ have not sat at the table and how the Robinhooders have not ‘dipped their arrows’ yet.   Todd gets into the power of the plant, cannabis 3.0, the idea of holding the best companies, how his mindset is evolving and much more. We discuss where both short term and long-term opportunities lie, whether it’s the privates or the public names.  We hope you enjoy this episode and please make sure to DYDD and understand that nothing shared during this interview in considered financial advice. Thanks to Todd for bringing his signature upbeat style combined with financial insights. Companies mentioned:  Verano, Parallel, GTI, Cresco, Columbia Care, AYR Wellness, Curaleaf. Find Todd online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/todd_harrison  Substack Articles: https://toddharrison.substack.com/
50 min
ChooseFI
ChooseFI
The Unstuck Network
300 | Relationships and Money | Jillian Johnsrud
* Money is one of the top three things people struggle to communicate with, falling right below sex and above our reasons and motivations for work. * In her coaching practice, Jillian finds clients will be very open in one-on-one sessions, but when working with couples, it becomes much more uncomfortable. * Jillian believes this discomfort is because discussions of things like sex and money happened behind closed doors and weren’t modeled for us growing up. * In response to a call put out for questions in Brad’s FI Weekly newsletter, listeners submitted their questions for Jillian about relationships and money. * The first comes from Jonesy who had a question about keeping the lines of communication open about money with a significant other when they are at different stages. He is working and beginning to build his portfolio and savings, while his significant other is still in school and struggling to make ends meet. * Jillian suggests first trying to find common ground to discuss money. You can start with telling your own money stories, like how your parents spent money or what you wish they had spent money on. It’s important to feel seen and heard. Sharing childhood stories are opportunities to start having conversations to begin learning about each other financially. * Help make the conversation not feel like a trap by being genuinely curious about your partner’s life and experience. You can approach discussions about money much in the same way couples talk about the parenting they witnessed and experienced. * Pick one or two questions to open up the conversation and put your partner in a relaxed state. Ensure they feel seen and heard before transitioning into conversations on budgets or debt payoff. * Taking the small step of sharing money stories can help the couple come away with positive feelings, feel closer, and know just a little bit more about each other. * Jillian and her husband did not communicate about money well during the first few years of their marriage. They had very different money stories and didn’t know how to explain why they were reacting or felt the way they were. * Breaking the big scary stuff down into bite-sized non-intimidating questions is something Jillian guides users through in her latest workbook, part of which asks us to examine our parents’ patterns, whether or not we have copied or rebelled against them, if what was inherited is serving you well, and do you want to take it forward. * Because Jonesy and his partner aren’t married, Jillian says it’s okay to skip the specifics in the middle, like savings rates and budgets, and discuss the outcome, like a common goal to work toward together. * If you work on learning to talk about money, understanding each other financially, and can work toward a common goal, by the time you are on the same page, the middle stuff will be easier. * Listener Sam wants to know if it can work when one half of a couple is excited about being on the FI path but the other half says FI is not for them. Sam has been on her journey for three years and has a 50% savings rate and plans to retire early, but recently married and her husband’s savings rate is far from the same and he plans on working until 60. They currently keep their finances separate. * Jillian thinks Sam and her husband could benefit from having conversations about work, its role, and how it ties to identity. It’s feasible for one person to retire while the other works, but it can create a rift unless they understand each other’s stories and mindsets. * Brad wonders how Sam and her husband keeping their finances separate could work logically in the long-term. Jillian thinks on the surface it cold work so long as they work on everything below the surface and sure each is truly comfortable with the situation. * Listener Titan wants to know how to make the monthly chart tracking their progress toward FI more fun and exciting for his significant other. Unfortunately, Jillian thinks Titan’s partner will never be excited about it. In any relationship, it seems like there’s one who likes worksheets and graphs and one who prefers to talk about things. She suggests not focusing on the numbers on the graph and instead make it about the amazing life they are creating or whatever is exciting for them. * Jonathan can sympathize with Titan’s situation but says what were are looking for is trust that you are building an awesome life together and moving forward in the same direction. * Jillian’s course, One Hour Millionaire, is a 21-day program with the premise that it should only take you one hour a month to set your trajectory to a million-dollar net worth. * Website:  JillianJohnsrud.com * Podcast: Everyday Courage Resources Mentioned In Today’s Conversation * Download the Stereo app and join us on Tuesdays for the live show! * Compare home and auto rates from top insurers at Policy Genius. * Explore Season 2 of Rebel Entrepreneur and make money doing something you love. * Register for Jillian Johnsrud’s, One Hour Millionaire Course, and get a $30 discount during the month of March with code ChooseFI30. If You Want To Support ChooseFI: * Earn $1,000 in cashback with ChooseFI’s 3-card credit card strategy.  * Share FI by sending a friend ChooseFI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence.
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