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This episode features Joan Sotkin with a simple, instant mindset shift to control your money worries, how to become someone who doesn’t fear losing anything, why were not designed to have abundance (and why nothingness is so important), plus what happens when you eliminate sugar from your diet for 42 years.
This guest post from Chelsea Baldwin explains a surprising path to go from money hungry to grateful for plenty. Who’s the boss now, money?
This episode features Sophia Bera on how to remove the distractions costing you time and money, what to do about student debt, and how to use your money to match your values (and achieve your dreams).
Matt Ham joins Joel Zaslofsky and his special co-host, Andy Traub, to discuss the true meaning of being rich, replacing shattered dreams with better ones, why you need to plant gratitude early and often, and how 0.2 millimeters of skin might have saved Matt’s life.
Want to bring more intention to your spending, boost your financial immune system, and stick it to hyper-consumerism? This guest post from Mike Pumphrey will show you how. Budgets are required … wads of cash, not so much.
This episode features Luna Jaffe as we discuss Wild Money, the debate between “enough” and “plenty,” and what the voice of money sounds like (seriously).
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features Ryan Avery as we discuss how to get a million dollar lifestyle for dirt cheap, finding opportunity during the rough times, showering children with love instead of money, and his four pillars to a good life.
Can Personal Capital be your one-stop-shop for every personal finance need? Find out in this full review to see where Personal Capital rises (hint: investing) … and falls (hint: banking).
You and I have money problems. It’s a fact of life… but does it have to be this serious? We can overcome the issues that lead to money worship, avoidance, status-seeking, and vigilance by exploring the research and making some small changes.
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features Adam Shepard. We discuss reinventing yourself, reframing misfortune, why budgeting is sexy, life-changing $10 purchases, living in a homeless shelter, and much more.
This Smart and Simple Matters episode features Joshua Becker and his perspective on practical minimalism. We discuss the limits of minimalism, how to live intentionally, the pros and cons of competition, and being the best you that you can be.
This edition of Smart and Simple Matters features Todd Tresidder of FinancialMentor.com. We talk about his “next step” in personal finance, how to build mindfulness, healthy relationships with your money, and insightful quotes.
This episode Smart and Simple Matters features Jen Koontz. Join us to learn how to avoid financial and organizational time bombs, what it’s like having your house condemned by the Fire Marshall with no notice, how to break down needs vs. wants, and much more.
This edition of the Smart and Simple Matters show features a professional Daily Money Manager, Carole Evenchik. We talk about why money works for some people and against others, the story of joy and loss behind a $185,000.00 life insurance check, being empowered up to your capacity…and beyond, as well as other great topics.