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Do you feel talking about money is taboo?

Nicole and I dive into how sensitive it is to talk about money in our culture and in our relationship. 

We discuss ways that this awkwardness has made its way into our marriage and takeaways for other couples who are wondering how to handle the taboo topic of money. 

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The David Bach Show
The David Bach Show
David Bach
028: Becoming Unstoppable with Jamie Kern Lima
In this episode, I’m super excited to be speaking with my new friend and powerhouse entrepreneur, Jamie Kern Lima. Jamie is the co-founder of IT Cosmetics and the first female chief executive in L'Oréal’s history. She has also been featured on the Forbes list of “America’s Richest Self-Made Women” since 2017, and is one of the most recognizable faces on QVC TV. In her new book, Believe IT: How to Go from Underestimated to Unstoppable, she shares her unbelievable true story of building a billion dollar business from her living room. Unfortunately, society doesn’t teach us how to believe in ourselves, and that’s why Jamie’s book is vital for today’s times. If you want to find out why rejection is actually just grace in disguise and how to overcome self-doubt on your path to success, then this conversation is exactly what you need today. Also, don’t miss Jamie’s FREE 1-DAY LIVE CONFIDENCE-BUILDING VIRTUAL EVENT! - Monday February 22, 2021 @ 7AM PST | 10AM EST. In this session, here’s what we cover: * Why rejection is a good thing in business, and how to turn setbacks into lucrative partnerships. * The story of how Jamie went from a struggling waitress to launching a dream company from her living room. * How to believe in yourself, even when you feel like you’re crazy. * Why listening to your intuition can help you improve judgement. * How the power of storytelling can help you build your business. * How to create something that works for you, and turn it into a valuable product for others. * The story of how Jamie Kern Lima built the largest beauty brand in QVC history. * Why not giving up is the most genius thing you can sometimes do. * Using rejection to understand what’s missing in your business. * Tips on finding your authenticity and why you can’t fake it. Interview Resources * Believe It: How to Go from Underestimated to Unstoppable * Join Jamie Kern Lima’s insider team * Preorder the book from Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, Book Depository, BAM!, or Indie Bound * FREE 1-DAY LIVE CONFIDENCE-BUILDING VIRTUAL EVENT! * Media request contact form for TV, print, and podcast interviews * About Jamie Kern Lima * Connect with Jamie Kern Lima on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn * Jamie Kern Lima on QVC * IT Cosmetics * Jamie Kern Lima on Wikipedia * David Bach on Oprah * Smart Women Finish Rich * Smart Couples Finish Rich * The 3 Minute Sunday Newsletter * Finish Rich by David Bach Company * Growthday Coaching with David Bach * The Latte Factor: Why You Don’t Have to Be Rich to Live Rich Get Access to More Great Content! To get access to the best financial tools, resources, and advice to help you LIVE RICH NOW, visit Connect with David Bach * Instagram * Facebook * Twitter * YouTube
47 min
Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger
Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger
Paul Ollinger
The Glass Closet: Why Coming Out is Good Business (w/Lord John Browne)
“Never tell anyone a secret because they will surely use it against you.” That’s what Lord John Browne’s mother, an Auschwitz survivor, always told her son. The former CEO of BP followed her advice until he was 59 years old when his secret—the fact that he was a closeted gay man—was exposed by an ex-boyfriend in the British tabloids. The revelation resulted in a media storm and Lord Browne’s immediate resignation. Just like that, after almost 40 years of service to his employer, he was out of a job and out of the closet. Keep in mind that in the few years before he was outed, Lord Browne had been knighted by Queen Elizabeth II, named to the house of Lords, won the UK’s “Most Admired Leader” Award 4 times in a row. John Browne, Baron Browne of Maddingley served as BP's CEO from 1995 until 2007. When he took the helm, the company was called British Petroleum. The re-branding to BP was only one of several major accomplishments during his tenure. He also engineered mergers with Amoco, Arco, and oversaw major exploration projects around the globe. Lord Browne is the former President of the Royal Academy of Engineering and has served on the boards of Intel, Daimler-Benz and Goldman Sachs. He is the author of five books, including The Glass Closet: Why Coming Out is Good for Business, which is what we disussed in most detail today. He holds a BA in Physics from St. John’s College, Cambridge and earned a Masters at Stanford. See a list of countries that still have the death penalty for homosexuality here. Learn more about Lord Browne on his Twitter feed and his foundation’s website. **Please rate and review Crazy Money.** Follow Crazy Money on Instagram here and join the Crazy MoneyListeners Group here. Read Paul’s latest thoughts on life on Medium. Topics covered in this episode include: business, leadership, executives, oil, fossil fuels, LGBT, homosexuality, inclusivity, diversity, inclusion, homophobia, gay employees About Crazy Money: Unlike traditional personal finance shows, Crazy Money is not about how to make a million bucks, how to beat the stock market, or how to save money by switching credit cards. It is about deciding what role we want money to play in our lives and how we can use it to be our best selves. Topics covered include: philosophy, happiness, contentment, meaning, dreams, purpose, success, Rat Race, society, mental health, Buddhism, Stoicism, the hedonic treadmill, morality, mid-life crisis, business, work, careers, authors, books, consumerism, values, capitalism, economics, investing, saving, spending, personal finance, charity, philanthropy, altruism, affluence, wealth, wealth management, culture, society, status. Are you really still reading? Go listen to another episode, silly.
45 min
The Stacking Benjamins Show
The Stacking Benjamins Show / Westwood One Podcast Network
10 Habits to Become a Better Investor (plus the Evil HR Lady)
Whether you've been investing for a week, for years, or anything in between, it's always a good idea to keep the fundamentals in mind. BUT....on the other hand, we love to have fun, and it's Friday after all! That's why today we're treating you to a Stacking Benjamins game-show version of "Guess the 10 Habits to Become a Better Investor!" We pulled a piece from M1 Finance listing their top 10 habits, and on this episode, we'll quiz our contributors on which strategies made the list. Not only do you get great investing tips from each of our three contributors, you'll find yourself laughing so much you won't realize you've learned a thing... until it's too late. Playing the game-show with us, we welcome Don McDonald from, Paula Pant from Afford Anything, and Len Penzo from the blog. Think it's too late to make a career change? After we crown our game-show champion, we'll talk big career moves with the Evil HR Lady, Suzanne Lucas. Are you anxious about making an industry change? Think you've sunk too much time to make a move for your happiness? We'll talk sunk costs (both monetary and emotional), following your happiness, and the realities of leaving behind a career you've spent a considerable amount of time in - and the truth is probably brighter than you think. What should you do with you investments when you have large upcoming purchases? We'll finish our show today with a MagnifyMoney question from caller Debi, who tells us that she's looking to buy a home or condo in the next few years. She would like to acquire a few more properties after that and start to rent them out for passive income. Plus, she has a $10,000 savings bond that will mature in August 2021, along with another $10k each in savings and Robinhood. Our contributors give Debi some much-earned congratulations and advice on how to best position her money in the mean time. As always, we'll save some time for Doug's trivia. Enjoy!
1 hr 23 min
Suze Orman's Women & Money (And The Men Smart Enough To Listen)
Suze Orman's Women & Money (And The Men Smart Enough To Listen)
Suze Orman Media
Ask Suze (and KT) Anything: February 25, 2021
On this edition of Ask Suze (and KT) Anything, Suze answers questions from Women & Money listeners Kelly, Joyce, Nicole, Kim, Marcia, Tommy, Jessica, Robert, Zoya, Lori, Laura, Paul and Tony, selected and read by KT.   This week’s questions: Is it true that I’m wasting money if I get a tax refund? If I have NerdWallet, should I still pull my credit report annually? Should I buy out my car lease outright, or finance it? My company’s 410(k) plan is ending, what should I do? Should we sell the second home we rent out, to pay off debt? Should my wife take the 100% or 50% option on her pension? Should we update our trust, after 10 years? I think my partner’s brother may be pushing him to do something he doesn’t want to do financially.  Should I stay out of the way? Is the Bitwise 10 Crypto Index Fund a good investment? Why does the nursing home I am moving into keep calling me, asking me for my Social Security number? At 56, should I open a ROTH IRA? What should I do with the ashes I have, from loved ones? This week’s Quizzie (from Lance): What should I do with the 401(k) I have from my last job? Take advantage of the Ultimate Opportunity Savings Account with Alliant Credit Union by clicking here! Join Suze’s Women & Money Community for FREE and ASK SUZE your questions which may just end up on her podcast! To ask Suze a question, download by following one of these links: CLICK HERE FOR APPLE   CLICK HERE FOR GOOGLE PLAY See for privacy information.
34 min
Student Loan Planner
Student Loan Planner
Travis Hornsby
The Perfect Income for Peak Happiness as a Student Loan Borrower
Do you wonder if you made the right decision to go into the field you did? After investing years of time and effort, along with hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loan debt, do you ask yourself “is the grass greener on the other side?” Join me as I take a deep dive into what peak happiness might look like, how to deal with job regret and the perfect income to achieve maximum happiness as a student loan borrower. In today’s episode, you'll find out: * What is “the grass is greener syndrome” * Pros and cons of physician mortgage (or doctor mortgage) loans * How to pay down your student loan using gains from stock market training * Whether to double-dip on the federal poverty line deduction when filing taxes separately * The perfect income you need to earn to reach peak happiness * Why your level of engagement at work is a huge factor in attaining your perfect income * How to calculate your perfect income depending on your current student debt * How to deal with job regret * Ways to overcome unhappiness with your profession Like the show? There are several ways you can help! * Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Podcasts * Leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts * Follow on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn Feeling helpless when it comes to your student loans? * Try our free student loan calculator * Check out our refinancing bonuses we negotiated * Book your custom student loan plan
59 min
Millennial Money
Millennial Money
Shannah Compton Game
It's Our 6th Birthday...Let's Celebrate With A Money Q&A Episode
We are 6 This month! Can you believe it? Six years ago I launched this podcast called Millennial Money, not sure of who would listen and if it would have an impact. Over 15 million downloads later you are still here along for the ride. In this episode, we’re going to celebrate a bit. I’m going to share some of my fav money tips, some personal money lessons, favorite episodes, and answer some of your listener questions along the way. Happy birthday to us! What You'll Learn * How this podcast started * What some of my favorite episodes are * A look at one of my very first episodes * Some of my fav money tips like negotiating to lower your cell phone bill * ...and so much more! Links * Budgeting Sucks, No One Has a Plan, But You Can * 5 Easy Steps to Improve Your Finances * Investing Isn't Just For the Wealthy * Put Your Finances on Autopilot * Get Rid of Debt for Good * A New Way to Look At You in the New Year with David Lynch * David Lynch Yoga * Kevin Lax - Happy Birthday Episode Sponsors Make it the year you finally cross life insurance off your list, and get protection for your loved ones. Go to and get started. You could save 50% or more by comparing quotes and start the new year with one less thing to worry about. Prose is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it. Take your FREE in-depth hair quiz and get 15% off your first order today! Go to Get started with the MANSCAPED™ Perfect Package 3.0! Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code SHANNAH at SUBSCRIBE & SHARE Want to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE! 👉 Sign up for my bi-weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter. Ask Shannah Have an Ask Shannah question, submit it here Get Social * Shannah on Twitter * Shannah on Instagram
47 min
BiggerPockets Money Podcast
BiggerPockets Money Podcast
174: Finance Friday: Reaching Semper FI (Financial Independence) Before Retirement with Fabio
Real estate investors are known to have their hands in 20 different pots, this is doubly true for Marine and real estate investor Fabio. Fabio is a Captain in the Marine Corps and has been in service for the past 21 years. He has at least five years left before he wants to retire, but is poised to hit his “freedom number” (or what others call their financial independence number) soon. Fabio has rental properties throughout the country: a duplex in San Diego, a house in Arizona, a BRRRR currently in the rehab stage in St. Louis, and his residence in Illinois. The problem? Some of these properties aren’t cash flowing as much as Fabio would like. He also has a high interest hard money loan on the BRRRR property he is rehabbing, plus a loan taken out against his retirement account. This presents a handful of different options: should he sell some of the houses that aren’t cash flowing in order to pay back some of the high interest loans or wait to refinance? Which debt should be taken care of first? How can he leverage his current assets to help him build a bigger real estate portfolio.  If you’re a long-term real estate investor, you’ve probably been in a dilemma like this before. Stick around for all the lucrative options Fabio can use! In This Episode We Cover * Keeping monthly expenses low (especially if you’re about to retire) * Taking advantage of the equity you have in different properties  * Coming up with a “Freedom Number” then shooting for that goal * What to do with houses that aren’t cash-flowing  * Taking out loans from a 401(k) or TSP account  * Which loans to pay off first (depending on time and interest rate) * And So Much More!
1 hr 12 min
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