I get to be a fan-girl on this episode of the Profit Boss® Radio because of today's guest. It's not often that I have the opportunity to spend an hour with a three-time New York Times best-selling author who is a household name, and that's exactly who my guest is today. Dan Ariely is a world-famous economist who doesn't write about get-rich-quick schemes but has an amazing ability to generate massive interest in economics and irrationality. He is the co-creator of the Center for Advanced Hindsight, a popular two-time TEDx speaker, and creator of the documentary (Dis)Honesty - The Truth About Lies.
He talks directly to the Profit Boss® audience about why women struggle with money, why we continue to make financial mistakes, and what we can do to start building wealth like our male counterparts.
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This week, I'm speaking with Cassie Crossley, podcaster and IT professional, about her own journey to financial security. Cassie's story is one of learning tough lessons, crafting a vision for the future, and maintaining the discipline to see it through. She's had plenty of obstacles -- two short marriages with financial troubles and lots of personal debt included -- but she hasn't let that stop her from achieving the monetary goals she set for herself.
Cassie and I talk about how she learned to budget the hard way, when her money troubles started, and how she has changed the way she approaches money management with her partners over the years. If you need some encouragement to create and stick to a plan for getting out of debt, don't miss this frank and heartening discussion with Cassie!
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Laura Roeder is the founder of MeetEdgar, a powerful piece of software that organizes your social media posts, re-uses them, and distributes them intelligently. Before MeetEdgar, she ran a super successful coaching business, and has packed countless lessons into her already awesome career. While we don’t usually focus on entrepreneurship on this show, Laura’s story and advice were too good to pass up.
We talk about how Laura got her businesses going (and thriving) at such an early age, and some of the core beliefs about money that got her there. Laura shares the key distinction between herself and her business that keeps them both healthy financially — which can be difficult to find as an entrepreneur. Finally, she discusses how she manages her booming cashflow and salary, and why being “nice” isn’t the key to success that you might expect.
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Profit Boss®, I really can't overstate the importance of getting your financial advice from sound, unbiased sources. That's why I work to translate financial research into actionable advice for all of you. But this week, I'm stepping it up a notch by bringing you an interview with a bonafide expert -- Dr. Wade Pfau!
In this episode, Wade shares absolutely essential information that you'll need to get serious about planning for retirement. It's not as simple as saving a million dollars and spending it wisely once you've retired -- so Wade goes over the specific numbers and strategies you need to plan accordingly. We also talk about the value of a good financial advisor, as well as some sneaky income suckers to be wary of.
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I hope that regardless of how long you've been listening to Profit Boss® Radio, you know that this podcast serves multiple purposes. Yes, I want you to learn concrete ways to improve your relationship with money; and yes, I do want you to get motivated to go out and earn everything that you deserve.
I'm so excited to share my interview with today's guest, Wendy Wallbridge. Wendy is an inspiring author, coach, and consultant who's focused on helping people bring their lives into alignment with their purpose.
Wendy talks about her own journey from a hard-working young woman, to struggling with a diagnosis with Lupus, to a woman hell-bent on living more loyally to herself. Wendy talks about the difference between masculine and feminine strengths (which we all have, regardless of gender) and how she's integrated the two to have even more impact in her work.
There is SO much packed into this episode, and to top it off Wendy has offered you a free gift - listen in, and text "SPIRAL" to 66866 to get it!
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