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The His and Her Money Show

English, Finance, 1 season, 555 episodes, 1 hour, 24 minutes
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In this podcast, we equip you to find the balance between managing your money, your marriage and everything in between. We are on the journey to financial independence, and this podcast serves as your ticket to take this ride too. Our goal is to help each one of you to build wealth, and become completely debt free! We discuss numerous personal finance topics such as debt elimination, money-saving strategies, budgeting techniques, credit repair, investments, and much more. It's not just about money though, we also tackle topics that are built to build powerful family structures such as, organization skills, time management, faith, and so much more!
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Are You Praying For The Wrong Thing? with Travis Greene

In this episode of the His and Her Money Show, Talaat McNeely interviews world-renowned worship leader and author, Travis Greene. They discuss the importance of prayer, the impact of intentional living, and the significance of discipline in personal and spiritual growth. Travis shares insights from his book, 'Are You Praying for the Wrong Thing?' and emphasizes the need for aligning prayers with God's will. Travis Greene shares his experiences with prayer, faith, and financial decisions, emphasizing the importance of faith, vision, and preparation. He discusses how prayer guided his decisions, including relocating and purchasing a church building. Travis emphasizes the role of faith, preparation, and revelation in achieving manifestation and success. He also shares insights on the impact of prayer and the importance of aligning with God's plan. Takeaways The importance of aligning prayers with God's will The impact of intentional living and discipline on personal and spiritual growth The significance of stewarding relationships and time management The value of quality over quantity in relationships The role of discernment and sensitivity in spiritual leadership Prayer plays a crucial role in guiding financial decisions and navigating life choices. Faith, vision, and preparation are essential for achieving success and manifestation. Revelation and alignment with God's plan are key to experiencing the fullness of blessings and success. Success is not solely defined by material wealth, but by obedience and alignment with God's purpose. The impact of prayer and the importance of faithfulness and stewardship in financial decisions. The significance of being prepared and having a clear vision in achieving manifestation and success. 📚 Get Travis Greene's new book Are You Praying For The Wrong Thing: https://amzn.to/4balXnH
6/19/202453 minutes, 4 seconds
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Reclaiming Your Power with Sarah Jakes Roberts

In this powerful episode of The His and Her Money Show, host Talaat McNeely sits down with New York Times bestselling author and pastor Sarah Jakes Roberts to discuss her latest book, "Power Moves: Ignite Your Confidence and Become a Force." Sarah shares profound insights on the fluidity of power, the importance of reclaiming your power, and how to become a force in all areas of your life. Through her remarkable journey of self-love and healing, she provides invaluable wisdom on: Understanding the true essence of power and how it moves in different spheres of life  Identifying areas where you feel powerless and learning to speak up authentically Navigating the complexities of power dynamics in relationships and marriages  Empowering your children to embrace their power from an early age  Overcoming power fatigue and burnout while staying true to your purpose With vulnerability and transparency, Sarah imparts life-changing lessons on harnessing your inner strength, owning your authenticity, and unleashing your full potential. Get ready to ignite your confidence and embark on a transformative journey toward becoming the powerful force you were created to be. Whether you're an entrepreneur, a parent, or simply seeking to reclaim your power, this episode is a must-watch. Sarah's wisdom and guidance will inspire you to take bold steps toward living a life of purpose, passion, and unwavering power. Don't miss this incredible conversation that will leave you motivated and equipped to make powerful moves in every area of your life. Get Sarah Jakes Roberts's New Book: Power Moves by Sarah Jakes Roberts - https://amzn.to/4bEzDYG  Follow Sarah Jakes Roberts: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahjakesroberts/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarahjakes  
5/17/202437 minutes, 32 seconds
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An Upside-Down Guide to Greatness with Tim Ross

In life, sometimes, the path that follows the spirit of God may not always seem clear or make immediate sense. It's like walking in the dark with a small lantern, where we can only see a few steps ahead. However, caring and following the spirit of God, even when it doesn't make sense, is a journey of faith and trust. It means believing that God's plans are greater than our understanding and that His love and guidance will lead us to a purposeful and fulfilling life.  In those moments when the road seems uncertain, holding onto the spirit of God becomes a source of strength and a compass for our hearts, guiding us through challenges and helping us make choices rooted in love and compassion. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Tim Ross, a podcaster, influencer, preacher, and the author of the book Welcome to the Basement, to talk about chasing and following the spirit of God even when it doesn’t make sense. Tim talks about building the trust of following God, approaching greatness from a different perspective, the three components of success, and the difference between ‘upset’ the feeling and ‘upset’ the action. He also shares some tips for taking an upsetting life and using it to upset others, how to ensure that you are always in a position to hear what God has to say, and the work that goes into obeying what God is telling you to do. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: How to chase and follow the spirit of God even when it doesn’t make sense Building the trust of following God Approaching greatness from a different perspective Getting into the basement on your journey to greatness The three components of success: Hear, Believe, and Obey The difference between ‘upset’ the feeling and ‘upset’ the action How to take an upsetting life and use it to upset others How to cope with the upset of rejection How to ensure that you are always in a position to hear what God has to say The importance of community in your journey to greatness Incorporating your family in your basement The biggest benefit that Tim has experienced going through the HBO process and going to the basement The work that goes into obeying what God is telling you to do Resources Mentioned: The book: Welcome to the Basement FREE Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with Tim Ross Website: https://www.upsettheworld.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheBasementPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/upsetthegram/
2/13/202444 minutes, 52 seconds
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How To Find Your Path To Financial Independence with JL Collins

In today's world, gaining your freedom often goes hand in hand with understanding and managing your money wisely. Money has the power to open doors and provide opportunities that can lead to a more liberated life. Whether it's breaking free from debt, having the flexibility to pursue your passions, or enjoying a comfortable retirement, financial freedom offers the key to a life where you have more control over your choices and can focus on what truly matters to you. Taking charge of your financial situation means making informed decisions about earning, saving, and spending. It involves setting clear goals, creating a budget, and making strategic investments. By gaining financial literacy and making thoughtful choices with your money, you can pave the way for a future where financial burdens do not constrain you, and can experience the freedom to live life on your terms. In this episode of the His and Her Monet show, we are joined by JL Collins, a book author and financial blogger on jlcollinsnh.com, to talk about how we can become financially independent today. JL Collins shares what financial freedom means to him, tips to make the complex path to wealth simple, and how people can get started with index funds. He also talks about his recent book Pathfinders, what people should focus on in their journey to financial freedom, and the common traits of people who followed the simple path to wealth and succeeded. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: What financial independence means to JL Collins Ways to make the complex path to wealth simple Understanding low-cost broad-based index funds How to get started with index funds investing The biggest barrier most people face when starting their index funds investing journey What people should focus on in their journey to getting financially free What Collins’s statement ‘we can buy our freedom’ means The common traits of the people who followed the simple path to wealth and succeeded Tips to break the common trait of gaining our freedom in our 60s after retirement Resources Mentioned: The Book: Pathfinders The book: The Simple Path to Wealth FREE Debt Freedom Blueprint M1 Finance Connect with JL Collins Website: https://jlcollinsnh.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JLCollinsNH
2/6/202443 minutes, 13 seconds
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The Sacredness of Secular Work with Jordan Raynor

In life, sometimes, the path that follows the spirit of God may not always seem clear or make immediate sense. It's like walking in the dark with a small lantern, where we can only see a few steps ahead. However, caring and following the spirit of God, even when it doesn't make sense, is a journey of faith and trust. It means believing that God's plans are greater than our understanding and that His love and guidance will lead us to a purposeful and fulfilling life. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Jordan Raynor, a podcaster, influencer, preacher, and the author of the book The Sacredness of Secular Work, to talk about seeing our work through the lens of eternity. Jordan talks about how all good work matters to God, not just explicit spiritual work. He discusses debunking the myth that only church work is sacred and explains the First Commission versus the Great Commission when it comes to our work. Jordan also shares how understanding the sacredness of our work can transform our perspective, infuse our jobs with meaning and purpose, help us find freedom and joy in our work, and open up more opportunities to make disciples. What You Will Learn: How all our work matters to God, not just the spiritual aspects Every moment of our lives can matter for eternity Debunking the myth that only church work is sacred God's First Commission to create culture versus the Great Commission How to cultivate gratitude and purpose in jobs you may not enjoy Gaining freedom to enjoy work, knowing it has eternal significance Practices for making your work matter more The opportunity to make more disciples by embracing this mindset Resources Mentioned: Jordan's book: The Sacredness of Secular Work Connect with Jordan Raynor: Website: https://www.jordanraynor.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JordanRaynor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordanraynor/
1/30/202438 minutes, 47 seconds
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Winning the Battle for Your Mental and Emotional Health with Paul Daugherty

In this empowering episode of The His and Her Money Show, hosts Talaat and Tai have an inspiring conversation with pastor, author, and influencer Paul Daugherty. Paul is the lead pastor of Victory Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which was founded by his parents in 1981. He took over leadership of the church in 2014 after the sudden passing of his father. In addition to pastoring Victory Church, Paul is also a popular podcaster and author. His new book "Mind Games: Winning the Battle in Your Mind" shares his powerful story of overcoming depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and more after becoming a young widow and unexpectedly taking the helm of his family's influential ministry. Through biblical lessons, personal stories, and practical insights, "Mind Games" provides a blueprint for readers to gain victory over the debilitating mind games that hold so many people back from living a purposeful and fulfilling life. In this episode, Paul opens up about his mental health battles and how he was able to turn the corner through faith, counseling, trusting his loved ones, and the realization that the “master key” to victory was within him all along through Christ. He also shares wisdom on avoiding the mind games of comparison and jealousy, pursuing spiritual health alongside mental health, involving your spouse in your journey, and finding true success through obedience to God's calling. Key Takeaways: Paul shares his personal story of dealing with depression, suicidal thoughts, and anxiety after the sudden passing of his father and taking on leadership of his family's church at a young age. He explains how an encounter at his church helped him realize he had the "master key" to victory in Christ all along. This shifted his mindset and enabled him to start overcoming his inner battles. Paul stresses the importance of inviting your spouse into your mental health journey and getting counseling if needed. He apologized to his wife for not properly including her in his grief early in their marriage. To avoid falling into the mind game of comparison, Paul had to repent to his pastor friend Mike Todd for being jealous of Mike's viral success. Paul emphasizes focusing on your growth and purpose, not someone else's success. A kingdom win for one person is a win for all. Benefits of pursuing mental health: More peace, joy, better sleep, less need for others' approval. The real success is obedience to what God called you to do. In the book "Mind Games", Paul shares personal stories and reflections, Bible passages, and counseling insights to help people gain victory over various mind games like depression, anxiety, jealousy, inadequacy, and more. Get Paul Daugherty's book "Mind Games": https://amzn.to/4aZJfO3 Connect with Paul: Website: https://www.pauldaugherty.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pauldaugherty/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pauldaughertyministries Twitter: https://twitter.com/pauldaughert
1/23/202451 minutes
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Countercultural Living: Embracing Ancient Paths in a Modern World with John Mark Comer

What does it truly mean to practice our faith? Beyond just showing up to church, are we embracing the lifestyle Jesus modeled? In our busy and materialistic world, the ancient ways of Jesus can seem impractical or even radical. However, committing to these countercultural habits allows God to transform our hearts and empower us to live out our calling. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by John Mark Comer, pastor and bestselling author of Practicing the Way, to explore the obstacles and solutions to authentically following Jesus day to day. John Mark shares his personal journey with spiritual formation and offers practical guidance through his “Rule of Life” framework. By setting goals to be with Jesus, become like him, and do as he did, we can reconnect to a vibrant faith. Comer explains how disciplines of solitude, community, simplicity, and Sabbath create space for God to change us from the inside out. Tune in to learn the differences between being a disciple and just a Christian, why Jesus' teachings seem upside-down in our culture, how our habits and relationships profoundly shape us, the power of believing new stories, and more. Discover timeless wisdom for practicing the presence of Jesus and living out your purpose. What You Will Learn: The difference between being a disciple of Jesus versus just a Christian Why Jesus' teachings on money and possessions sound crazy to our culture How to create space to hear God's voice through silence, solitude, and deep relationships Why we must adopt countercultural habits, community, and stories to follow Jesus A practical "Rule of Life" for apprenticing under Jesus John Mark's personal transformation through practicing spiritual disciplines Resources Mentioned: The book: Practicing the Way by John Mark Comer Connect with John Mark Comer: Website: johnmarkcomer.com Instagram: instagram.com/johnmarkcomer
1/22/202445 minutes, 31 seconds
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Breaking Free From Broke with George Kamel

In the hustle and bustle of daily life, many find themselves trapped in the shackles of financial strain, struggling to make ends meet and facing the daunting prospect of living paycheck to paycheck. This predicament can feel like an inescapable cycle, but there is hope for a brighter future through financial liberation. Financial liberation is not just about having more money; it's a mindset and a set of strategies that empower individuals to break free from the chains of broke living.  This journey involves understanding personal finances, making wise choices with money, and taking deliberate steps toward building a stable and secure financial foundation. By embracing the principles of financial liberation, individuals can pave the way for a life that is not only free from constant financial worry but also filled with opportunities for growth and prosperity. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by George Kamel, a financial expert who helps people spend less and save more, and the author of the book, Breaking Free From Broke, to share his journey from broke to a millionaire in a decade. George shares how he overcame the frustration that came with following the American Dream of ‘going to school and getting a good job,’ what made him realize that the dream is a scam and start his debt-free journey, and the two ways people can use to accomplish their financial goals. George also talks about the internal work you must do before starting your financial freedom journey, the conversations he had to make with his spouse to make the dream of financial freedom a reality, and how it feels to be debt-free. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: How George overcame the frustration that came with following the American Dream of ‘going to school and getting a good job’ What made George realize that the dream is a scam and start his debt-free journey The internal work that you have to do before starting your debt freedom journey The two ways to accomplish your financial goals Ways to handle the social aspect during the journey of hustling hard Motivation tips for people starting their journey towards financial freedom The conversations that George had to make with his spouse to make the dream of financial freedom a reality The dichotomy of renting and home buying The journey from broke to a millionaire in a decade What it feels to become debt-free Why legacy should be a great motivation for breaking free from broke What you will find in the pages of the book Breaking Free From Broke Resources Mentioned: The book: Breaking Free From Broke (FREE) Debt Freedom Blueprint Facebook Side Hustle Course Connect with George Kamel: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@georgekamel Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/georgekamel/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/georgekamel?lang=en
1/16/202442 minutes, 20 seconds
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All It Takes Is A Goal To Spark Success with Jon Acuff

Embarking on the path toward realizing our dreams is a journey laden with uncertainties and challenges. In this quest, goals stand as the guiding stars that illuminate our way through the darkness of uncertainty. Like a roadmap leading to the destination of our dreams, goals play an indispensable role in shaping our efforts and channeling our energies. They serve as the foundation upon which we build the steps towards our aspirations, providing a clear direction and purpose to our endeavors.  Without a defined goal, the journey becomes akin to sailing without a compass, leaving us adrift in a sea of possibilities without a destination. Therefore, understanding the pivotal role of goals in our pursuit of dreams unravels the key to unlocking success in the pursuit of any ambition. In the playbook of every dream-chaser, the significance of setting specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound goals cannot be overstated. These goals serve as milestones, marking our progress and offering tangible evidence of our journey's advancement. By breaking down our overarching dreams into smaller, manageable goals, we create a roadmap that transforms our aspirations from abstract desires into concrete, achievable steps. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Jon Acuff, the CEO of Acuff Ideas, a keynote speaker and author, to talk about his new book, All It Takes Is a Goal. Jon shares why it’s tough to dream big and match it with our work ethic, the real meaning of a goal, the importance of starting with a goal in our journey to making our dreams a reality, and what you can do when you work and achieve your goals but are still scared to lead. He also talks about what people get wrong in their attempts to create goals, how to incorporate your spouse in your journey to achieving your goals and dreams, and tips for maintaining motivation as you pursue your goals. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: Why it is tough to dream big and match it with your work ethic What you can do when you work and achieve your goals but are still scared to lead The real meaning of a goal The importance of starting with a goal in our journey to making our dreams a reality What people get wrong in their attempts to create goals The difference between excellence and perfectionism Tips for maintaining motivation as you pursue your goals How to incorporate your spouse in your journey to achieving your goals and dreams In pursuit of your dream is also in pursuit of avoiding a life full of regret The challenges that Jon had to overcome in his journey to becoming a great write Resources Mentioned: The book, All It Takes Is a Goal (FREE) Debt Freedom Blueprint Crush My Mortgage Course Connect with Jon Acuff: Website: https://jonacuff.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorjonacuff Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonacuff Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonacuff LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonacuff/
1/11/202442 minutes, 38 seconds
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Transforming Life's Challenges into Power with Aaron Burke

In the grand tapestry of life, adversity often presents itself as an uninvited guest, challenging our resolve and testing the limits of our resilience. Yet, hidden within life's apparent unfairness lies a profound opportunity for transformation and growth. It is in these moments of hardship and struggle that we discover the raw materials from which unstoppable power can be forged. This concept forms the foundation of the intriguing journey towards success—transforming life's perceived inequities into a source of strength, determination, and unparalleled advantage. Adversity, in its various forms, is an inescapable facet of the human experience. Whether it manifests as personal setbacks, professional challenges, or societal obstacles, these adversities carry the potential to become catalysts for unprecedented achievement. This paradigm shift involves not merely enduring life's injustices but actively harnessing them as a driving force. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Aaron Burke, a pastor with a passion for loving God, loving people, and building the Church, to talk about his new book, The Unfair Advantage. Aaron shares his struggles in life that he barely made it through and how they helped him achieve his dreams, the meaning of the title: The Unfair Advantage, and tips to maintain the motivation to pursue your dream when things are not going your way. He also talks about helping kids navigate their journey to achieving their dreams, the best way to deal with rejection, and the conversations to have with your spouse when pursuing your dreams. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: The struggles in Aaron’s life that he barely made it through and how they helped him achieve his dreams The difference between sharing our dreams and keeping them to ourselves Tips to maintain the motivation to pursue your dreams when things are not going your way The conversations to have with your spouse when pursuing your dream Helping kids navigate their journey to achieving their dreams The best way to deal with rejection Getting to the place of expecting and attempting great things from God How Aaron pursues excellence and keeps it in check Why should we be serious about the fact that life is a model for other people?   Resources Mentioned: The Book: The Unfair Advantage M1 Finance Debt Freedom Blueprint (FREE)   Connect with Aaron Burke: Website: https://aaronburke.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronrburke/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aaronrburke/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aaronrburke
12/6/202338 minutes, 38 seconds
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Harnessing the Power of A Healthy State of Panic for Financial Success with Farnoosh Torabi

In the pursuit of success, an unexpected ally emerges – the healthy state of panic. While the word "panic" often carries a negative connotation, when approached with a strategic mindset, it can become a potent weapon for achieving dreams. This unconventional perspective suggests that a controlled sense of fear can serve as a catalyst, propelling individuals toward their goals with unwavering determination. By harnessing the power of a healthy state of panic, individuals can awaken a heightened sense of focus, motivation, and resilience, enabling them to navigate challenges and emerge victorious in their endeavors. Embracing this concept requires a shift in mindset, viewing fear not as a hindrance but as a dynamic force that, when properly channeled, can drive unprecedented success. The key lies in understanding the fine balance between anxiety and motivation, using fear as a tool rather than succumbing to its paralyzing effects. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Farnoosh Torabi, an Iranian-American journalist, one of the country’s leading and most trusted personal finance experts, a podcaster, and an author, to talk about her new book, A Healthy State of Panic. Farnoosh shares why her new book, A Healthy State of Panic, is her favorite book, A Healthy State of Panic regarding money and ways to use fear as a weapon to do good and achieve your dreams. She also talks about why the journey to embracing fear is worthy of our future endeavors and how she navigates fear as an entrepreneur, a mother, and a wife. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: A healthy state of panic when it comes to money Ways to use fear as a weapon for doing good and not harm Why the journey to embracing fear is worth it for our future endeavors The fears that Farnoosh had to embrace in her journey into entrepreneurship How Farnoosh navigates fear as an entrepreneur, a mother, and a wife   Resources Mentioned: The Book: A Healthy State of Panic by Farnoosh Torabi M1 Finance Debt Freedom Blueprint (FREE)   Connect with Farnoosh Torabi: Website: https://farnoosh.tv/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/farnooshtorabi/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Farnoosh Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FarnooshTorabi
11/29/202336 minutes, 15 seconds
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How Kerry and Kamille Paid Off $110,000 of Debt in 21 Months (ENCORE Episode!)

We are thrilled to bring you the inspiring journey of Kerry and Kamille, who successfully paid off a staggering $110,000 in debt within just 21 months! At His & Her Money, we understand the paramount importance of unity in managing finances as a smart money couple, especially when it comes to tackling debt in marriage. Embarking on the path to debt freedom often requires significant sacrifices, substantial lifestyle changes, and a united front. Without alignment, the struggle can not only impede your financial goals but also strain your relationship. However, with unwavering dedication, faith, and teamwork, any couple can overcome these challenges and emerge stronger on the other side. In this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we present the remarkable debt-elimination journey of Kerry and Kamille. Initially burdened with over $111,000 in credit card and student loan debt, they realized the pressing need for a change. In just 21 months, they not only reversed their financial trajectory but also achieved a debt-free life. The turning point came when, right before Kerry's college graduation, the couple indulged in an 11-night celebration trip to the Caribbean, accumulating additional expenses. Although they initially planned to pay it off gradually, the reality of mounting debt on their credit cards prompted them to take decisive action. Paying off their debt became a disciplined commitment, accompanied by inevitable challenges. Yet, their determination remained steadfast, resulting in Kerry and Kamille's triumphant journey to eliminate $110,000 of debt in a mere 21 months. Join us as they share the insights and strategies that led to their financial freedom – a journey that has left them both elated and debt-free!
11/25/202341 minutes, 49 seconds
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How to Become Made Whole With Your Money with Tiffany Aliche

In an era where financial stability is a key pillar of personal well-being, 'Made Whole' emerges as the ultimate guide for individuals aspiring to take control of their financial destiny. This comprehensive blueprint encompasses every facet of financial management, providing a holistic approach that spans budgeting, investing, and various other critical components essential for crafting a secure and prosperous future. 'Made Whole' is more than just a guide; it's a roadmap designed to empower you at every step of your financial journey. Whether you are a novice seeking to establish a solid foundation or a seasoned investor aiming to refine your strategy, this blueprint caters to individuals at all stages of their financial lives. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche, an award-winning teacher of financial education, America’s favorite personal financial educator, and Amazon #1 bestselling author, to talk about her new book, Made Whole. Tiffany shares the difference between getting good with money and becoming whole financially, the importance of becoming whole financially after getting good with money, and the ten components of financial wholeness. She also shares tips to break the shame and start the journey towards financial wholeness and the steps towards achieving it. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: The difference between getting good with money and becoming whole financially The importance of becoming whole financially after getting good with money The benefits of becoming whole financially The ten components of financial wholeness The steps towards achieving financial wholeness Tips to break the shame and start the journey toward financial wholeness Tips to navigate this journey of achieving financial wholeness with your partner About the chapter: Learning to earn The difference between those who become financially whole and those who don’t How the legacy factor can be a motivation to get from 0% to 100% financially whole   Resources Mentioned: The Book: Made Whole by Tiffany Aliche  M1 Finance Debt Freedom Blueprint (FREE)   Connect with Tiffany Aliche: Website: https://thebudgetnista.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/budgetnista/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebudgetnista Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheBudgetnista
11/22/202338 minutes, 8 seconds
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The Power of Being Friends with God: Insights and Lessons with Faith Eury Cho

Cultivating a strong friendship with God is all about building a close and meaningful relationship with the divine. Just like how we nurture friendships with people, we can also nurture our bond with God. It involves spending time in prayer or meditation, reading sacred texts, and reflecting on our beliefs and values. Developing this friendship can bring comfort, guidance, and a sense of purpose to our lives. It's a journey of trust, love, and understanding, where we seek to connect with the divine presence that many believe watches over us and cares for us. Individuals often turn to their religious scriptures, mentors, or trusted community members for support and wisdom in this pursuit. They strive to live per their beliefs and values, seeking to grow spiritually and morally. Building a strong relationship with God can provide solace in difficult times and a sense of gratitude in moments of joy.  In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Faith Eury Cho, an international speaker, pastor, church planter, CEO of a nonprofit, and the author of Experiencing Friendship with God, to talk about building a strong friendship with God. Faith shares her journey in Christianity, the experience that led her to be in a place of resentment toward God, and Tips for building a strong friendship with God despite the destructions of the world. She also explains the benefits of being friends with God and the effects of not cultivating a strong friendship with Him. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: How Faith manages to work on all the different roles in her life Faith’s journey in Christianity as a pastor Maintaining a strong relationship with God despite the destructions of the world The experience that led Eury to be in a place of resentment toward God The mental struggle that comes with not getting what you pray for The concept of being friends with God The benefits that come with being friends with God Building a strong relationship with God despite your bad resume Centering our lives around the presence of God Having vulnerable and transparent conversations with God How Faith involves God in her daily ideas and activities The effects of not cultivating a strong relationship with God What you will find in the pages of the book: Experiencing Friendship with God Resources Mentioned: The book: Experiencing Friendship with God Debt Freedom Blueprint (FREE) Teach Me How To Budget Course Connect with Faith Eury Cho: Website: https://www.faitheurycho.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/faitheurycho/
11/15/202349 minutes, 26 seconds
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The Small and Mighty Real Estate Investor with Chad Carson

Getting into the game of real estate is like stepping into a world of houses, buildings, and properties. It's all about buying, selling, and renting places where people live, work, or play. Real estate can be a thrilling adventure, like a puzzle where you match homes with buyers or tenants. It's a game where you use your smarts to make money by understanding property values, location, and the needs of people looking for a place to call home or start a business. But just like any game, you need to learn the rules and strategies to succeed in the world of real estate. In this exciting journey, you'll explore various types of real estate, from cozy houses to towering skyscrapers, and discover how each property is unique. You'll learn about the tools and tricks of the trade, like mortgages, contracts, and negotiations, that can help you win in the real estate game. In this episode of the His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Chad Carson, a real estate investor, world traveler, and the author of the book, Small and Mighty Investor, to talk about the game of real Estate investing. Chad shares how people can get into real estate, why real estate is a powerful tool for wealth-building for the average person, tips to evaluate the right location for buying your property, and strategies to save money for real estate investing. He also talks about the different ways to find networking events where you can find other people who are interested in real estate investing and the difference between successful and unsuccessful real estate investors. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: Why real estate is a powerful tool for wealth-building for the average person How people can get into real estate investing Is this a good time to invest in real estate despite the high interest rates and housing prices? Tips to evaluate the right location for buying your property Strategies to save money to start investing in real estate Ways to find networking events where you can find other people who are interested in real estate investing Advice on structuring proper partnerships in real estate so that no issues occur Situations where seller financing might be an option for you The best properties for small investors Evaluating the right properties for your real estate investing The difference between successful and unsuccessful real estate investors   Resources Mentioned: The book: Small and Mighty Investor Debt Freedom Blueprint (FREE) Teach Me How To Budget Course   Connect with Chad Carson: Website: https://www.coachcarson.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachcarson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoachChadCarson
11/8/202345 minutes, 38 seconds
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Creating a Life of Wealth, Health and Happiness with Christopher Ullman

In the United States, there are fewer than 1,000 billionaires, a group of individuals who seem distant and out of reach for most of us. The chances of crossing paths with one of these ultra-wealthy individuals are slim, and for many, achieving such financial success may feel like an impossible dream. However, the pursuit of a life filled with wealth, health, and happiness is not limited to the privileged few.  It involves a journey of understanding and learning from these extraordinary individuals, delving into the secrets of their success, and translating those insights into actionable steps that anyone can apply. While we may never meet a billionaire in person, we can certainly explore their mindset, strategies, and principles to pave our path toward prosperity, well-being, and contentment.  This journey is not solely about accumulating wealth but also about nurturing our physical and mental health, as well as finding happiness in everyday moments. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Christopher Ullman, a communications professional, inspirational speaker, mentor, champion whistler, and author. He recently wrote a book called, Four Billionaire and a Parking Attendant, which takes you inside the minds of the rich and powerful to provide a blueprint for creating a life of wealth, health, and happiness. Today, Christopher explains the story behind his new book, Four Billionaire and a Parking Attendant, the things that middle-class people can learn from the lives of rich people and how people can donate and make huge impacts on people’s lives. He also explains what it means to be solution-oriented. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: What motivates Christopher to be an entrepreneur and still pursue sports The meaning of the title: Four Billionaire and a Parking Attendant The things that middle-class people can learn from the lives of the rich What Christopher learned from the statement, ‘I don’t know many happy rich people How people can effectively donate and make huge impacts on people’s lives Thinking like your successor every day What it means to be solution-oriented How to onboard your spouse on the journey to living like the billionaires What you will find in the pages of the book: Four Billionaire and a Parking Attendant   Resources Mentioned: The book: Four Billionaire and a Parking Attendant Debt Freedom Blueprint Teach Me How To Budget Course
11/2/202339 minutes, 30 seconds
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The Best Gift That You Can Give To Your Marriage with Aaron and Jennifer Smith

In the tapestry of human relationships, marriage stands as a sacred bond that transcends the mundane and reflects a deeper, spiritual connection. Rooted in the teachings of Christianity, the institution of marriage is regarded as a divine gift that carries profound meaning and purpose. The Christian perspective on marriage goes beyond the union of two individuals; it encompasses a journey of love, faith, and partnership ordained by God. This unique interpretation infuses marriage with a sense of purpose, highlighting its potential to be a source of spiritual growth, mutual support, and a testament to God's love for His people. At the heart of the Christian marriage lies a commitment to emulate the love and sacrifice exemplified by Jesus Christ. This commitment extends beyond romantic affections, emphasizing a selfless dedication to nurturing a lifelong partnership that mirrors the unconditional love of God. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Aaron and Jennifer Smith, marriage ministers, to talk bout their book: The Marriage Gift. Aaron and Jennifer Smith share their story of how they got into educating others about happy marriages, how people can break the shame of asking for help in an unhappy marriage, the results of seeking help and guidance in our marriages, and the power of prayers in marriages. They also talk about how we can strive to become better at praying as a unit in marriages, some of the family prayer rhythms we can adapt, and tips to keep the stamina during the times when you feel you are doing the spiritual work of two people. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: How you can evaluate your current situation in the marriage How Aaron and Jennifer got into educating others about happy marriages Breaking the shame of asking for help in an unhappy marriage The results of seeking help and guidance in our marriages The power of prayers in our marriages How we can strive to become better at praying as a unit in our marriages Some of the family prayer rhythms that we can adapt Ways in which prayers deepen intimacy within marriages Tips to keep stamina during the times when you feel you are doing the spiritual work of two people How prioritizing prayers in your marriage can impact your parenting and entrepreneurship journeys Incorporating a prayer routine into your kids What you will find in the pages of the book: The Marriage Gift   Resources Mentioned: The book: The Marriage Gift (FREE) Debt Freedom Blueprint Crush My Mortgage Course   Connect with Aaron and Jennifer Smith: Website: https://marriageaftergod.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marriageaftergod/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/marriagesaftergod?_rdc=1&_rdr
10/17/202349 minutes, 26 seconds
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Damaged But Not Destroyed with Michael Todd

In the journey of life, there are moments when we stumble, falter, and find ourselves ensnared in the relentless grip of adversity. It's easy to feel broken and defeated, overwhelmed by the weight of our mistakes and the scars of our past. Yet, amidst the darkest hours and deepest wounds, there shines a resilient truth: we are never beyond redemption, never truly shattered beyond repair. The story of moving "from trauma to triumph" is a testament to the indomitable human spirit, a reminder that even when battered by life's storms, we remain, like priceless treasures, graced with an enduring, God-given value.  No matter how badly you've messed up, no matter what hardship or pain you've experienced, nothing can destroy the priceless, God-given value of your life. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Michael Todd, The number one New York Times bestselling author of Relationship Goals and Crazy Faith, to discuss his new book, Damaged but Not Destroyed. Pastor Michael shares the story behind the book: Damaged but Not Destroyed, how he managed to acknowledge the damage despite the culture of suppressing pain, and how parents with special needs children can recover from the disappointment of God. He also talks about the joy that comes with recognizing your value, how we can include our spouses in our personal healing journey, and how personal healing journeys can help the journey to health and wellness. Tune in to learn more! [Timestamps] [00:00] - Introduction [02:15] - The Journey of Healing and Transformation [06:45] - Exploring "Damage But Not Destroyed" [12:30] - Overcoming Past Trauma [15:55] - Embracing Vulnerability [18:35] - The Challenges on the Healing Journey [21:41] - Forgiveness, Especially of Oneself [24:49] - The Role of Accountability Partners [27:15] - Including Your Spouse in the Healing Journey [31:23] - Progression Over Perfection [35:52] - Moving Forward After Setbacks [38:44] - Grab Your Copy of "Damage But Not Destroyed" [40:25] - Conclusion and Future Conversations [Conclusion] Thank you for tuning in to this episode of The His and Her Money Show. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review if you enjoyed the episode. Connect with us on social media and visit our website for more inspiring content. Stay tuned for future episodes where we bring you valuable insights and stories of resilience. Episode Resources: The Book: Damaged but Not Destroyed The Debt Freedom Blueprint [FREE] M1 Finance
10/5/202342 minutes, 18 seconds
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You Gotta Get Up: The Journey of Spiritual Renewal and Growth with Real Talk Kim

Getting up after a fall as a believer encapsulates the profound journey of resilience, faith, and personal growth that follows moments of adversity and stumbling in one's spiritual path. For believers, navigating the intricate terrain of life, rife with challenges and setbacks, is a testament to their convictions' strength and ability to harness the transformative power of setbacks into opportunities for renewal.  This journey involves confronting doubts and uncertainties, rekindling the flickering flame of hope, and re-establishing a profound connection with one's beliefs. It is a process that not only mends the fractures of faith but also molds a stronger, more profound spiritual foundation, reminding believers that true strength is often forged in the crucible of overcoming trials. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Kimberly Jones, also known as Real Talk Kim, who is a pastor, entrepreneur, best-selling author, entertainer, and a worshiper after God’s own heart to talk about her new book, You Gotta Get Up. Kimberly shares the story behind writing the book, How we can evaluate our life before a fall, the dangers of getting stuck in a season, and ways to prevent yourself from getting stuck. She also talks about how we can find the courage to bounce back from a fall, the power of declarations in the life of a Christian, and why we should use them in our journey to getting up. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: The story behind the book: You Gotta Get Up Taking evaluation of your life to get to the place of inner peace The dangers of staying stuck in a season Ways to prevent yourself from getting stuck The meaning of the punchline: everyone wants to be a diamond, but no one wants to get cut. Finding the courage to bounce back from a fall The power of declarations in the life of a Christian and why we should use them in the journey to getting up Tips to break generational curses Advice to parents starting their journey of stepping up What Kim will tell her younger self What you will find in the book: You Gotta Get Up   Resources Mentioned: The book: You Gotta Get Up M1 Finance Debt Freedom Blueprint   Connect with Real Talk Kim: Website: https://realtalkkim.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realtalkkim/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/realtalkkim
9/13/202342 minutes, 55 seconds
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How to Help Your Kids Clean Up Their Mental Mess with Dr. Caroline Leaf

In today's fast-paced and technology-driven world, our children face a multitude of challenges that can contribute to a cluttered mental landscape. As parents and caregivers, we must understand the significance of helping our kids clean up their mental mess. By acknowledging and addressing their emotional and psychological well-being, we can equip them with the tools they need to navigate life's complexities more effectively.  In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we will explore practical strategies and insights on fostering a healthy mental environment for our children, empowering them to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. From nurturing open communication to promoting self-awareness and resilience, let's discover how we can be instrumental in guiding our kids toward a brighter and more balanced future. Joining us today is Dr. Caroline Leaf, a communication pathologist, audiologist, and clinical and cognitive neuroscientist, to talk about her new book: How to Help Your Child Clean Up Their Mental Mess. She shares the importance of paying attention to our mental health, how we can manage our minds, and the mental mess that can occur to our 3 to 10-year-old kids. She also explains the signs that show our kids are dealing with a mental mess and ways parents can help clean that mess. Tune in to learn more!     What You Will Learn: Why should everyone pay attention to their mental health? How we can manage our minds Ways to understand your mental mess The mental mess that can occur to our 3 to 10-year-old kids The signs that show our kids are dealing with a mental mess Tips for parents to help their kids clean up their mental mess How to normalize our mental health, both for us and our kids What you will find in the book: How to Help Your Child Clean Up Their Mental Mess   Resources Mentioned: The book: How to Help Your Child Clean Up Their Mental Mess Debt Freedom Blueprint Audible   Connect with Dr. Caroline Leaf: Website: https://drleaf.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf
9/6/202346 minutes, 43 seconds
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Living a Healthier Life with Metabolic Flexibility with Dr. Ian Smith

In today's fast-paced world, where unhealthy food options and sedentary lifestyles have become the norm, the pursuit of a healthier life has become increasingly important. One emerging concept that holds great promise in this quest is metabolic flexibility. Metabolic flexibility refers to the body's ability to efficiently switch between different energy sources and adapt to changing nutritional conditions. By cultivating metabolic flexibility, individuals can not only improve their overall health but also enhance their physical performance and potentially reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Metabolic flexibility is closely linked to the body's ability to use both carbohydrates and fats as sources of energy. In a metabolically flexible state, the body can effortlessly shift between burning carbohydrates during periods of high-intensity exercise or increased energy demand and utilizing stored fats during periods of fasting or low-intensity activities. This adaptability provides numerous benefits, including improved insulin sensitivity, enhanced fat oxidation, and better control over appetite and food cravings. By adopting lifestyle strategies such as regular physical activity, balanced nutrition, and intermittent fasting, individuals can promote metabolic flexibility and pave the way for a healthier, more vibrant life. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Dr. Ian Smith, The author of the book: The Met Flex Diet, to talk about the importance of metabolic flexibility in the journey to living a healthier life. Dr. Ian shares the meaning of the term metabolic flexibility, why we should strive to attain metabolic flexibility, and what people working from home should do to attain metabolic flexibility. He also talks about how intermittent fasting plays a part in the journey to metabolic flexibility. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: The origin of Dr. Ian’s deep passion for writing books Dr. Ian’s reaction to the statement, ‘Your health is your wealth’ The similarities between the people who hold Dr. Ian’s teachings and those who don’t The meaning of the term metabolic flexibility Why we should strive to attain metabolic flexibility What people working from home should do to attain metabolic flexibility HIIT, the most optimal way to exercise  Matching your eating and exercise to get to a better health position Getting your mind right for a better lifestyle and a better life How intermittent fasting plays a part in the journey to metabolic flexibility The three different types of intermittent fasting The ability of the Met Flex Diet Advice for people starting their journey to metabolic flexibility   Resources Mentioned: The book: The Met Flex Diet The book: The Take-Control Diet (FREE) Debt Freedom Blueprint   Connect with Dr. Ian Smith: Website: https://doctoriansmith.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrIanSmith Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctoriansmith/
8/30/202341 minutes, 26 seconds
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How To Trust God When He Goes Off Script with Albert Tate

In the journey of faith, there are moments when we may find ourselves grappling with the disconcerting feeling that God is not being obedient to our wishes or desires, seemingly unresponsive to our earnest prayers. In these challenging moments, doubt and uncertainty can cast shadows upon our faith, leaving us questioning our beliefs and relationship with the Divine. However, during these moments of spiritual disquiet, we are invited to embark on a profound exploration of our faith, seeking deeper insights and understanding of God's mysterious ways.  It is through navigating these difficult passages that we may ultimately discover the profound lessons of patience, trust, and humility, unraveling the true essence of our relationship with the Divine and finding solace in the wisdom of surrendering to a greater plan beyond our comprehension. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Albert Tate, the founding and lead pastor of Fellowship Church in Los Angeles County, California, to talk about his latest book: Disobedient God. Pastor Albert shares his motivation behind writing the book: Disobedient God, how he bounced back from the disappointment of what God chose to do, ways to assess our relationship with god, and learning to be patient with God during the hard times. He also talks about the importance of acknowledging our pain and disappointments when Disobedient God shows up and how we can build a strong relationship with God during tough times. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: The motivation behind writing the book: Disobedient God How Pastor Albert bounced back from the disappointment of what God chose to do Ways to assess our relationship with God Learning to be patient with God during the rough times The importance of acknowledging our pain and disappointments when Disobedient God shows up Building a strong relationship with God after a big disappointment from Him Understanding disobedient God and how we can use it in our decision making What people will find in the book: Disobedient God   Resources Mentioned: The book: Disobedient God Debt Freedom Blueprint Crush My Mortgage Course   Connect with Albert Tate: Website: https://alberttate.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alberttate/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/albert.tate.5 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@therealalberttate
8/23/202335 minutes, 3 seconds
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The Power of Real Romance: Lessons from Song of Songs for Lasting Love with Mark and Grace Driscoll

In the sacred tapestry of Christian marriages, where love is consecrated by faith and commitment, real romance flourishes as an exquisite reflection of God's divine plan for union and intimacy. Beyond mere sentimentality, it emerges as a profound and vibrant force that breathes life into the covenant between two souls. Rooted in the principles of selflessness and sacrificial love exemplified by Christ's devotion to the Church, real romance in Christian marriages transcends the fleeting allure of superficial infatuation, beckoning couples to traverse the rich terrain of emotional, spiritual, and physical connection.  It is a journey illuminated by the flicker of candlelight prayers shared in the quietude of evenings, a journey that emboldens spouses to uplift one another in times of trial, and to celebrate together in moments of triumph, recognizing that their union is not solely their own, but a testament to the boundless grace that orchestrates their love story. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Mark and Grace Driscoll, a married couple, to talk about their new book: Real Romance. Mark and Grace share their story behind writing the book: Real Romance, the real problems with Christian marriages, the things they learned from the Song of Songs that have helped strengthen their marriage, and the different forms of sex in marriages. They also talk about getting out of an unhealthy romance and tapping into a healthy marriage with great romance. The meaning of the statement, how we act outside of the bedroom is what leads to the feeling inside the bedroom. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: The story behind the book: Real Romance The real problems with Christian marriages The new things that Mark and Grace learned from Song of Songs that has helped strengthen their marriage The different forms of sex in marriages The meaning of the statement: How we act outside of the bedroom is what leads to the feeling inside the bedroom Figuring out the category of your marriage Getting out of unhealthy romance and tapping into a healthy marriage with a great romance What Mark did to fix his marriage Advice to marriages that have broken trust What you will find in the book: Real Romance   Resources Mentioned: The book: Real Romance M1 Finance Debt Freedom Blueprint   Connect with Mark and Grace Driscoll: Website: https://realfaith.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/markdriscoll/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/pastormark?_rdc=1&_rdr Twitter: https://twitter.com/PastorMark/
8/16/202341 minutes, 50 seconds
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How One Woman Turned $5 into a Multi-Million-Dollar Brand

Building a great business from scratch is an entrepreneurial journey that demands creativity, resilience, and strategic vision. From ideation to execution, it encompasses transforming innovative concepts into thriving enterprises while overcoming challenges and leveraging opportunities along the way. This comprehensive pursuit involves careful market analysis, meticulous planning, resourceful networking, and adaptable problem-solving, all guided by a steadfast commitment to delivering value to customers.  Successful entrepreneurs must navigate the intricacies of funding, marketing, team-building, and scaling while remaining open to iterative improvements and embracing calculated risks. In this dynamic and competitive landscape, the key to sustainable growth lies in fostering a customer-centric approach, nurturing a culture of innovation, and maintaining ethical practices.  In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Mignon Francois, a remarkable entrepreneur and author who defied financial hardships to establish The Cupcake Collection in 2008. With just $5 to her name, she transformed her passion for baking into a thriving business, ultimately selling over 5 million cupcakes. Mignon shares the entrepreneurial journey that she shared in her book: Made from Scratch. She talks about getting into a business that you know nothing about and the highs and lows of growing a successful business. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: The guts of stopping to think and dreaming and start working towards becoming an entrepreneur Is following the Holy Spirit and starting a business a smooth journey? Mignon’s process of getting into a business she knew nothing about The things that need to change within us so that we don’t get stuck in the land of side hustle if our goal is to make it an actual business The concept of spreading joy within your business and how it helps grow your business The highs and lows of Mignon’s journey to establishing The Cupcake Collection How Mignon made the Cupcake Collection a family business Advice to people who are hesitant to start their own entrepreneurial journey What you will find in the book: Made from Scratch Resources Mentioned: The book: Made from Scratch M1 Finance Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with Mignon Francois: Website: https://www.thecupcakecollection.com/ Instagram: https://www.thecupcakecollection.com/
8/9/202347 minutes, 45 seconds
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The Art of Overcoming Life Challenges with Tim Timberlake

Life is an intricate tapestry of experiences, encompassing both triumphs and trials. In the face of adversity, humans possess a remarkable ability to rise above challenges and create inspiring narratives of resilience and growth. The art of overcoming life challenges is a testament to the indomitable spirit of individuals who refuse to succumb to the weight of their circumstances. It is a multifaceted journey that demands courage, perseverance, and a steadfast belief in one's capacity to adapt and thrive.  Whether navigating personal setbacks, professional obstacles, or societal barriers, this art form empowers individuals to harness their inner strength, transform setbacks into opportunities, and emerge stronger than ever before. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Tim Timberlake, the Senior Pastor of Celebration Church, who has a heart for equipping others to chase after God and His will for their life through his inspiring messages each week, to talk about the art of overcoming. Pastor Tim shares the hurdles that he had to overcome in his 19-year journey to being a pastor, what inspired him to write his new book: The Art of Overcoming, and the importance of letting go of our challenges and turning them over to God. He also talks about ways to identify that there are some things that you need to overcome, the importance of taking the time and being intentional with grieving, and the mistakes that people tend to make in their journey to overcome. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: The hurdles that Pastor Tim had to overcome in the 19-year journey of being a pastor What inspired Pastor Tim to write his new book: The Art of Overcoming Why Tim used the word ‘overcoming’ in his new book The importance of letting go of your challenges and turning them over to God Why Tim used funeral as the framework of the content that he is conveying How Tim Creates time to overcome his struggles in his busy schedule as a pastor Ways to identify that there are things that you need to overcome The consequences of not overcoming The importance of taking the time and being intentional with grieving The mistakes that people tend to make in their journey to overcome Advice to people experiencing pain Resources Mentioned: The book: The Art of Overcoming The book: The Power of 1440 M1 Finance (FREE) Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with Pastor Tim Timberlake: Website: https://timtimberlake.tv/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ttimberlake/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimTimberlakePage Twitter: https://twitter.com/timtimberlake TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@timtimberlake
8/4/202334 minutes, 13 seconds
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The Journey to Getting Out of a Half-a-million Dollar Debt With Jade Warshaw

In the world of personal finance, escaping a half-a-million-dollar debt is a daunting challenge. Dealing with loans, mortgages, and liabilities can feel overwhelming, making the burden seem insurmountable. Financial freedom requires determination, planning, and discipline to untangle the debt and create a brighter, debt-free future. This journey involves budgeting, debt consolidation, and adjusting one's lifestyle while improving financial knowledge and resilience.  Remember, every big journey starts with a single step, and with courage, you can move towards liberation from this debt, one stride at a time. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Jade Warshaw, a Money Coach at Ramsey Collection and the Host of The Ramsey Show, to share her journey to debt freedom from having a half a million dollar debt. Jade talks bout her initial mentality around money that led her into debt, how she handled her first debt number when she sat down for the first time, and how she communicated with her spouse about the lifestyle shift that will help reduce expenditure and increase savings. She also explained what they did to get out of debt and how they managed to start a business in debt. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: The amount of debt Jade was facing and the time it took to get that out of her life Jade’s initial mentality around money that led her into debt How to handle the initial debt number when you sit down for the first time How to talk to your spouse about debt and make a plan to move forward together Changing your mindset around money and starting your journey to debt freedom What Jade and her husband did to get out of debt Talking to your spouse about the lifestyle shift that will reduce expenditure and increase savings How Jade and her husband got into entrepreneurship in debt How it feels to be debt free Advice to people starting their journey to debt freedom Resources Mentioned: The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey M1 Finance (FREE) Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with Jade Warshaw: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jadewarshaw/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jadewarshawpersonality
7/29/202346 minutes, 12 seconds
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Permission to Live Free: Embracing Your True Identity with Dr. Jackie Greene

In this transformative episode, we delve into the powerful message of "Permission to Live Free" with the inspiring Dr. Jackie Greene. Join us as we explore the journey of embracing our true identity and living authentically in the freedom that God has designed for us. Key Points Covered: Dr. Jackie's personal journey of breaking free from people-pleasing, daddy issues, and living unauthentically. The revelation that transformed Dr. Jackie's life and her mission to empower others to live authentically. Exploring the seven signs of a woman not living with permission, including lack of vibrant personal relationship with God, clinging to worldly things, and failure to allow God to transform the mind. The importance of fellowship with those who affirm our true identity and the significance of prioritizing a relationship with God. Overcoming past hurts and embracing the freedom to let go of behaviors that hinder personal growth. Understanding that we are God's precious daughters, designed uniquely by His hand. Practical tips and advice from Dr. Jackie on living authentically and stepping into the fullness of God's purpose. Highlights of Dr. Jackie's Permission Conferences, Permission World Facebook group, and "Permission Talk" podcast. How to access Dr. Jackie Greene's resources to continue the journey towards embracing an authentic life. Resources Mentioned: Book: "Permission to Live Free" by Dr. Jackie Greene Permission World Facebook Group: Join the online community for support and encouragement on the journey of embracing your true identity. "Permission Talk" Podcast: Tune in to Dr. Jackie's podcast for insightful conversations and teachings on living a life of freedom and purpose. Join us on this empowering episode as we uncover the transformative message of "Permission to Live Free" with Dr. Jackie Greene. Discover the keys to unlocking your true identity and living a life of purpose, authenticity, and freedom in God. Subscribe to our podcast for more inspiring conversations and make sure to grab a copy of Dr. Jackie Greene's book to continue your transformational journey. It's time to give yourself permission to live the life you were created for!
7/13/202348 minutes, 54 seconds
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Healing the Soul: How Jesus and Therapy Combine for Powerful Restoration with Kobe Campbell

In this episode of "The His and Her Money Show," host Talaat McNeely invites trauma therapist and author Kobe Campbell to explore the powerful combination of Jesus and therapy. Join the conversation as they discuss the importance of seeking therapy, finding the right therapist, and integrating faith and professional support for personal growth and healing. Throughout the interview, Kobe Campbell shares profound insights and actionable advice for those seeking healing, restoration, and a deeper connection with God. Join us as we uncover the transformative potential of integrating Jesus and therapy in your personal journey toward wholeness. Episode Summary: Talaat McNeely introduces Kobe Campbell, an award-winning licensed trauma therapist and author of the book "Why Am I Like This?: How to Break Cycles, Heal From Trauma, and Restore Your Faith." Kobe shares valuable insights and advice on finding a therapist, emphasizing the importance of Psychology Today's directory and specialized networks like Therapy for Black Girls. The conversation delves into the significance of initial trust and comfort when selecting a therapist, suggesting a free consultation as a means of gauging compatibility. Kobe emphasizes the need to find a therapist who makes you feel safe and respected, creating a space for deep work and healing. They discuss the common challenges men face in seeking therapy, encouraging them to overcome societal expectations and embrace vulnerability. Kobe shares her husband's transformative journey, highlighting the importance of finding a therapist who shares similar experiences and backgrounds. The conversation emphasizes the power of trust in therapy and the role it plays in the healing process. They discuss the role of Jesus in therapy, emphasizing the value of a silent place where individuals can listen and discover what God is saying about themselves. Kobe shares her contact information and invites listeners to connect with her through her website and social media platforms. Key Takeaways: Seeking therapy is vital for personal growth, healing, and self-care, regardless of background or beliefs. Utilize resources like Psychology Today and specialized networks to find a suitable therapist based on location, specific needs, and preferences. Trust and comfort are essential when selecting a therapist; consider a free consultation to assess compatibility. Find a therapist who creates a safe and respectful environment, making you feel valued and understood. Men should overcome societal expectations and embrace vulnerability, seeking support from therapists who understand their experiences. Integration of faith and therapy allows for a transformative space where Jesus can work through the healing process. Connect with Kobe Campbell through her website and social media platforms. Resources Mentioned: Why Am I Like This? How to Break Cycles, Heal From Trauma, Restore Your Faith by Kobe Campbell Psychology Today: psychologytoday.com Therapy for Black Girls: therapyforblackgirls.com Guest Social Media and Website: Follow Kobe Campbell on Instagram: @KobeCampbell Connect with Kobe Campbell on TikTok: @KobeCampbell Visit Kobe Campbell's website: www.kobecampbell.com Episode Breakdown: Introduction of Kobe Campbell and her background as a trauma therapist and author. [00:00] Importance of seeking therapy and finding the right therapist. [04:12] Utilizing resources like Psychology Today and Therapy for Black Girls. [05:25] Emphasizing the significance of initial trust and comfort with a therapist. [07:35] The role of trust in therapy and creating a safe environment for healing. [10:03] Challenges men face in seeking therapy and the importance of vulnerability. [13:55] The transformative journey of Kobe's husband and the value of shared experiences with a therapist. [16:37] Integrating faith and therapy, allowing Jesus to work through the healing
6/19/202335 minutes, 2 seconds
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The Family First Entrepreneur: Building a Business Around Your Priorities with Steve Chou

In this episode, we feature an interview with Steve Chou, the founder of MyWifeQuitHerJob.com, as he shares valuable insights on family-first entrepreneurship and effective work-life integration. Steve discusses his personal journey and offers strategies for achieving success while prioritizing family. From understanding long-term strategies to focusing on profit over revenue, he provides actionable tips for entrepreneurs to navigate the challenges and opportunities that arise during business growth. The interview also delves into the importance of knowing your numbers, automating processes, and making informed decisions when hiring. This episode offers a compelling perspective on building a thriving business without compromising family priorities. Key Discussion Points: Introduction to Steve Chou and his entrepreneurial journey The significance of prioritizing family in entrepreneurship Balancing long-term strategies with short-term goals Shifting focus from revenue to profit for sustainable growth Analyzing the impact of discounts and pricing strategies on profit Understanding the value of automation and leveraging tools like ChatGPT Steve's controversial stance on team size and the role of robots in business The importance of having high-level knowledge before outsourcing tasks Strategies for time management and effective hiring in family-based entrepreneurship Links and Resources: Steve Chou's Book: The Family First Entrepreneur Online Job Platform: Onlinejobs.ph Steve Chou's Website: MyWifeQuitHerJob.com Free Mini-Course on E-commerce: MyWifeQuitHerJob.com/minicourse Steve Chou's Podcast: My Wife Quit Her Job Podcast The Seller Summit: SellerSummit.com Conclusion: In this insightful episode of The His and Her Money Show, Steve Chou, author of 'Family First Entrepreneur,' shares his knowledge on building a successful business while prioritizing family and personal life. Furthermore, the discussion covers finding qualified help, the accessibility of e-commerce, embracing the learning curve, committing long-term, balancing business with family, and encouragement for aspiring entrepreneurs. Don't miss out on the valuable resources and bonuses Steve provides, including his book, workshops, mini-course, podcast, YouTube channel, and the annual e-commerce conference, The Seller Summit.
5/31/202349 minutes, 31 seconds
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Disruptive Thinking Unleashed: T.D. Jakes' Wisdom for Innovation and Growth

In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we have a special guest, New York Times bestselling author and Pastor T.D. Jakes. Join us as Pastor Jakes shares his insights on disruptive thinking, emotional intelligence, and building a strong marriage.   Key Takeaways: The importance of planning and budgeting to handle resources effectively Overcoming emotional challenges through emotional intelligence and self-awareness The significance of making progress rather than seeking popularity Embracing the difficulty of big ventures and the value of doing things yourself Navigating conversations with your spouse when pursuing disruptive ideas   Episode Summary:  The conversation begins with Pastor Jakes emphasizing the significance of planning and structuring one's resources. He encourages listeners to bring money to mind rather than letting emotions dictate their financial decisions. He emphasizes the importance of being productive and intentional with time and resources. The discussion then moves to the topic of emotional intelligence and self-awareness. Pastor Jakes defines emotional intelligence as the ability to manage emotions and make sound decisions, highlighting the importance of expressing emotions constructively. He emphasizes the power of apology and the need to break negative learned behaviors. Next, Pastor Jakes reflects on the state of the world and the responsibility to leave a better future for our children. He shares his experience of negotiating a billion-dollar deal with a major bank to benefit the community, highlighting the importance of integrity and keeping one's word. The conversation shifts to the challenges of venturing into new territories and thinking disruptively. Pastor Jakes advises listeners to do thorough research, seek advice from experienced individuals, and weigh opinions against their own knowledge. He encourages embracing the difficulty and acknowledging that progress often comes through hard work and perseverance. In the later part of the episode, Pastor Jakes discusses the importance of taking ownership and being involved in every aspect of your endeavors. He shares personal experiences of stepping into uncharted territory and the support he received from his wife. He emphasizes the need for agreement within a household to navigate the challenges of pursuing disruptive ideas. The episode concludes with Pastor Jakes inviting listeners to explore his book, "Disruptive Thinking," available wherever books are sold. He also introduces the Good Soil app, designed to support and connect entrepreneurs seeking to rethink and grow their businesses.   Resources Mentioned: "Disruptive Thinking" by T.D. Jakes   Conclusion:  Join us in this enlightening episode as Pastor T.D. Jakes shares invaluable insights on disruptive thinking, emotional intelligence, and building a strong marriage. Don't miss out on the wisdom shared by this renowned author and pastor.
5/22/202344 minutes, 15 seconds
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The Five Ps of Powerful Prayer: Unlocking the Potential of Your Prayer Life with Pastor Chris Hodges

Prayer is a fundamental aspect of the Christian faith, and cultivating a healthy prayer culture within a community is crucial for spiritual growth and development. A healthy prayer culture fosters an environment of intimacy, communication, and connection with God, enabling believers to deepen their relationship with Him and experience His transformative power in their lives. Building a healthy prayer culture requires intentional effort, commitment, and a willingness to prioritize prayer in all aspects of life. From personal devotions to corporate gatherings, prayer should be at the forefront of every believer's mind and heart. Whether you're a seasoned Christian or a new believer, embarking on the journey of cultivating a healthy prayer culture leads to a more profound understanding of God's love, grace, and mercy, and a deeper connection with Him. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we have the privilege of hosting Chris Hodges, the founding and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands. Known for his relevant teaching style and passion for raising global leaders to fulfill the Great Commission, Pastor Chris has led Church of the Highlands to offer more than 70 worship services each weekend at 23 campuses, with over 60,000 people attending weekly. During our conversation, Pastor Chris shares his personal insights and tips for creating and maintaining a healthy prayer habits. He delves into the benefits of maintaining a vibrant prayer life, explores how the Apostle Paul describes prayer in the Book of Ephesians and provides guidance on incorporating prayer discipline into marriage. Pastor Chris also discusses how prayers frame our lives and introduces the concept of the five Ps for making prayers work effectively. Key Takeaways: Pastor Chris Hodges's background information and journey How Pastor Chris's personal prayer journey began Using biblical prayer models as a framework for spending time with God The numerous benefits of maintaining a healthy prayer life Paul's description of prayer in the Book of Ephesians Encouragement for individuals who feel unworthy of praying due to past mistakes Insights on incorporating prayer discipline within marriage Understanding how prayers shape and influence our lives Practical tips for maintaining a healthy prayer habit Exploring the Five Ps of making prayer effective The transformative power of intercessory prayer for others Be sure to tune in and join us for this enlightening conversation with Pastor Chris Hodges on his latest book, 'Pray First,' as we explore the transformative power of prayer." I hope these revisions capture the essence of your podcast episode and provide a clear overview of the topics discussed. Let me know if there's anything else I can assist you with!
5/17/202331 minutes, 7 seconds
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Money Made Easy: Practical Strategies to Pay Off Debt and Build Wealth with Allison Baggerly

Are you tired of living paycheck to paycheck, drowning in debt, and feeling like you're never going to get ahead financially? It's time to take control of your money and start building a brighter financial future. By mastering the art of budgeting, paying off debt, and saving money, you can create a powerful blueprint that will help you achieve your financial goals and live the life you've always wanted.  In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Allison Baggerly, the Founder of Inspired Budget, the best online resource to help women confidently manage their money, pay off debt, save, and build wealth. She is also the author of the book: Money Made Easy which will provide you with practical and actionable strategies that you can use to get out of debt, create a budget that works for you, and save money for the things that matter most.  Allison talks about her book: Money Made Easy. She shares her experience of hitting a financial rock bottom, what motivated her to take a lifestyle change and start her journey to financial freedom, and tips to maintain the motivation of attaining financial freedom. She also talks about the importance of learning how to make money easily, how to begin the process of understanding money, and how we can prioritize our budgeting so that we can save more and invest. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn Allison Baggerly’s background information How Allison felt when she hit a financial rock bottom after realizing they couldn’t pay for daycare What motivated Allison to take a lifestyle change and start her journey to financial freedom Tips for maintaining the motivation to attain financial freedom The importance of going through the process of learning how to make money easily How to begin the process of understanding money How to prioritize your budgeting so that you can save more and invest Allison’s secret weapon in budgeting Key tools in the journey to making money easily  Tips to have financial conversations with your spouse to keep each other in check Advice to people starting their financial conversations with their spouse How it feels to reach the Money Made Easy state after putting in the work About the book: Money Made Easy   Resources Mentioned The book: Money Made Easy FREE Debt Freedom Blueprint Crush My Mortgage Course   Connect with Allison Baggerly Website: https://inspiredbudget.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/inspiredbudget/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/inspiredbudget Twitter: https://twitter.com/inspired_budget YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AllisonBaggerly
4/26/202339 minutes, 28 seconds
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Building Enough Passive Income to Attain Financial Freedom With Henry Washington

Building enough passive income to attain financial freedom is a goal many strive for. But it takes work. When you're just getting started, it can take time to get your mind around the concept of passive income and how it relates to the bigger picture of achieving financial freedom. Passive income is money you regularly earn from sources other than your primary job. It's often referred to as "unearned" income because it can be generated without any effort on your part after initial setup. Passive income is not limited to just one source or type of income; there are several different types of passive income. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Henry Washington, a real estate investor and advisor who has been in the industry for more than five years. He got into real estate to provide for his family since he was in a bad place, and everything worked out. Henry Washington explains how we can generate passive income from real estate to attain financial freedom. He talks about how you can make your thought a reality, the importance of writing your thought down, and taking the first step in real estate investing. He also shares insights on evaluating good real estate deals and what new investors should focus on. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn How Henry got into real estate investing Advice to people dreaming of attaining financial freedom Making your thought a reality Tips to make the first step in real estate investing Tips for evaluating good deals in real estate Figuring out the fair market rent for your clients Pressing the accelerator in real estate investing The things that new investors should focus on The greenlight in real estate deals How real estate investing has changed Henry’s life Advice to those starting the real estate investing journey Resources Mentioned How To Finance Deals With Little To No Money Utilizing Small Banks by Henry Washington Legal & General America Connect with Henry Washington Instagram: Real Estate Investor | Henry Washington (@thehenrywashington)
4/5/202359 minutes, 3 seconds
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How Marcus and Daneen Are Tackling $740,000 of Debt

There are a lot of reasons that debt can be a problem for couples. One person may have racked up a lot of debt on their own, while the other person is trying to pay off their partner's debt. Or, one person might not understand why they should pay off another person's debt. No matter what situation you're in, there are ways to manage your debt together and ensure it doesn't affect your relationship. In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Marcus and Daneen Weeks, a couple working on paying a debt of around $740000. Marcus and Daneen Weeks share some tips on tackling debt as a couple. They talk about the different types of debts they are attacking, how they started the conversations on financial freedom, where they are in paying the debt, and the mental toughness needed in the journey to financial independence. Tune in to learn more on this and other exciting topics!   What You Will Learn The different types of debts that Marcus and Daneen are tackling How they started the conversations on financial freedom The total amount of Debt that they have and where they are on the payment Advice to people who are starting their journey on financial freedom The mental toughness needed in the journey to financial independence How to stay focused on your goal Tips for tackling debt as a couple Involving your kids in the financial conversations Words of encouragement to those who are starting their journey to financial freedom Resources Mentioned Crush My Mortgage Course Debt Freedom Blueprint  
3/29/202342 minutes, 12 seconds
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Passing Good Financial Wisdom To Your Kids With Chad Willardson

In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Chad Willardson, the President of Pacific Capital, a fiduciary wealth advisory firm he founded in 2011 that serves entrepreneurs and families. He is the Author of the book: Smart, Not Spoiled. His bestselling first book, Stress-Free Money, has been featured in Forbes's “21 Books To Read In 2021" and on NBC News and Yahoo! Chad explains how parents and families can pass good financial wisdom to kids and teenagers. He talks about the story behind the book: Smart, Not Spoiled, what made him get into helping kids learn about money, the right time to have financial conversations with your kids, the benefits of teaching your kids to earn their own money, and the power of compound interest. He also shares some tips for hiring your kids the right way. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn What made Chad get into helping kids learn about money The right time to have financial conversations with your kids The benefits of teaching your kids to earn their own money Helping kids cultivate their own entrepreneurial journey Equipping your kids to bring their entrepreneurial ideas to life The benefits of investing at a young age Tips for hiring your kids the right way Chad’s approach to helping his kids become investors The story behind the book: Smart, Not Spoiled Resources Mentioned: The Book: Smart, Not Spiled GravyStack - Gravy Stack Connect with Chad Willardson: Website: PACIFIC CAPITAL Instagram: PACIFIC CAPITAL (@pacificcapital) LinkedIn: Chad Willardson, CFF®, CRPC® | LinkedIn Facebook: PACIFIC CAPITAL | Facebook  
3/22/202333 minutes, 11 seconds
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Strengthening the Soul of Your Marriage with Levi and Jennie Lusko

If you have ever been married, you know that marriage is beautiful, but it is also one of the most challenging things you will ever do. It takes work and effort from both parties to make a marriage work. Marriage can be an adventure, but it can also be a hard road. You have to be willing to put in the time and effort if you want it to work out. Levi and Jennie explain how we can make our marriages better. They share the story behind the book: The Marriage Devotional, the importance of unity and humility in our marriages, and the tips to close the gap you have with your spouse. They also talk about the benefits of having Jesus at the center of your marriage and the power of surrounding yourself with other solid couples. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn The story behind the book: The Marriage Devotional The importance of unity and humility in your marriage Tips to close the gap that you have with your spouse Ways to find quality time in your marriage despite the busy schedule Tackling tough and critical conversions in your marriage Improving communication in your marriage Having Jesus at the center of your marriage The power of surrounding yourself with other solid couples Daily routines you should infuse into your marriage   Episode Resources: Crush My Mortgage Debt Freedom Blueprint The Book: The Marriage Devotional Connect with Levi and Jennie Lusko: YouTube: Levi and Jennie Lusko - YouTube Fresh Life Church: Fresh Life Church - YouTube  
3/15/202347 minutes, 15 seconds
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How To Create Cashflow Through Airbnb Investing with Kemoy Martin

The Airbnb investment market is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world. This is because more and more people are realizing that Airbnb investing can be a great source of income. If you are thinking about getting into this business, then there are some things that you should know first. You will need to find a good place for your property and find tenants who want to rent your property on short-term leases. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Kemoy Martin, a Real Estate Investor and Short Term rental Coach who helps people build successful Airbnb businesses.  Kemoy explains how you can succeed in Airbnb investing. He shares the best ways to get into Airbnb investing, discover your potential, and locate a great Airbnb spot. He also talks about the difference between successful Airbnb investors and failures and how Airbnb can change your life forever. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn Seeing more, doing more, and becoming more Growing a business and building a brand Getting into the Airbnb space The different types of rental properties Marketing your Airbnb property  The best way to approach landlords for their properties Tips to Locate a great Airbnb spot The difference between Successful Airbnb investors and failures Tips for traveling to different countries How Airbnb can change your life for the better Resources Mentioned M1 Finance The Success Principles Rich Dad, Poor Dad Think and Grow Rich Connect with Kemoy Instagram: Kemoy Martin (@kemoy_martin) TikTok: Kemoy Martin (@thekemoymartin) TikTok   
3/8/202351 minutes, 42 seconds
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Building, Growing and Scaling Your Business with Damien Watts

You’re starting a business. That’s great! You’re probably excited, maybe even nervous. And you should be. Starting a company is an exciting and scary thing. But it can also be overwhelming. There are many things to do when you start a business, from building your website to writing your marketing plan, so where do you start? The good news is that you don’t need to know everything before you start. Please don’t try to learn everything alone because it will only complicate things. Instead, focus on one area at a time and learn as much as possible about it until you feel comfortable moving on to something else. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Damien Watts, the Founder, and CEO of Infused Traffic Media, which helps eCommerce brands, coaches, consultants, and service providers scale their brands to multiple eight-figures a year! Damien explains the 8-figure plays a framework for growing your business. He shares the first step to growing your business, building consistency in content creation, and doing Ads to collect data and not sell products. He also talks about the difference between successful entrepreneurs and those stuck as solopreneurs. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn How Damien got into entrepreneurship Building, growing, and scaling your business The 8-figure plays framework for growing your business Building consistency in content creation Getting out of your comfort zone and chasing your dreams Helping people know what to use to scale their businesses Doing Ads to collect data and not sell products The difference between successful entrepreneurs and those stuck as solopreneurs Using your skillset to help grow your community and make massive profits Overcoming the imposter syndrome Resources Mentioned FREE Debt Freedom Blueprint Facebook Side Hustle Connect with Damien Watts Website: Damien Watts (theomnichannelguy.com) Instagram: @damienwatts9 • Instagram photos and videos  
3/1/202358 minutes, 45 seconds
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How Jennifer Became Debt Free By Mystery Shopping

In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Jennifer Trinidad, a financial freedom seeker who managed to pay $90000 of debt in four years using the earnings from Mystery shopping. Jennifer explains how she got into the mystery shopping space and used it to support her journey to debt freedom. She talks about the individual internal changes that change the mindset on financial independence, how to get started and thrive in mystery shopping, how it feels to be debt free and the impacts of accomplishing your debt-free goal. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn What made Jennifer and her husband get out of debt The internal individual changes that help in the journey to financial freedom Step 1 of pursuing debt freedom Persevering and continuing to move forward toward debt freedom How Jennifer started in the mystery shopping space and used it to support her financial freedom journey What happens in a mystery shop Staying organized while doing shops Incorporating the shops into your lifestyle Getting out of debt without sacrificing your social life Tips on selecting the suitable shops How it feels to be debt free Resources Mentioned MSPA Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with Jennifer Trinidad Website: https://www.budgetdivas.com/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/budgetdivasbyjenn?_rdc=1&_rdr LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-trinidad-99323b25/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/budget.divas/
2/22/202338 minutes, 14 seconds
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Unlocking Resilience When Life is a Mess With Daniel Fusco

We live in a time when it's hard to feel good about the future. Our personal lives are messy, our relationships are complicated, and economic and environmental challenges have rocked our world. Even if we're not struggling with any of these challenges, we may live in a culture that makes it hard to feel good about ourselves or our own lives. It's easy to slide into feelings of "not enough" or "not good enough." But here's the thing: It's not just about how quickly you bounce back from adversity; it's about how resilient you are when life is a mess. Resilience isn't something we're born with; it's something we develop over time through practice. And that means anyone can learn to be more resilient no matter what life throws. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Daniel Fusco, a pastor, and author of the best-selling book: You’re Gonna Make It. His passion is to help people understand God in this messy world. Daniel explains how people can find resilience during hard times. He talks about the story behind the book: You’re Gonna Make It, walking with God through adversity, and the character that goes with putting our hope in Jesus to thrive in hardships. He also shares insights on the resilience equation( hope+great=unstoppable resilience) and the pre-work to develop an exemplary character for the hard times. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn The story behind the book: You’re Gonna Make It Walking with God through adversity Finding resilience in the messy world The character that goes with putting our hope in Jesus to thrive in hardships The resilience equation (hope+great=unstoppable resilience) The pre-work to develop your character for the hard times How routine plays a part in building resilience Helping your family build unstoppable resilience Resources Mentioned FREE Debt Freedom Blueprint You're Gonna Make It by Daniel Fusco Atomic Habits by James Clear Connect with Daniel Fusco: Website: Home | Daniel Fusco Twitter: Daniel Fusco (@danielfusco) / Twitter Instagram: Daniel Fusco (@thefusco) • Instagram Facebook: Daniel Fusco | Facebook
2/15/202344 minutes, 31 seconds
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How to Invest the Right Way During a Recession (From an Ex-Financial Advisor) with Marc Russell

One key to investing the right way is to have a long-term perspective. It's important to avoid trying to time the market or making impulsive decisions based on short-term market movements. Instead, consider your investment goals and risk tolerance, and develop a plan that aligns with your financial plan. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Marc Russell, The Founder, and Owner of Better Wallet, which focuses on helping people effectively manage their finances, the right way. He also teaches people how to invest. Marc shares the importance of understanding money, tips for investing the right way, the best time to start investing, and fighting through the booming market and putting your energy into index funds and EFTs. He also talks about evaluating the amount of money you should invest in the stock market and how he is helping people financially get on top of their game. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn The importance of understanding money Marc’s story from being adopted to working for Vanguard How to invest the right way Fighting through the booming market and putting your energy into index funds and EFTs The best time to start investing The difference between index funds, EFTs and individual stocks The rules of thumbs to start your investment in times like these Tips to evaluate the amount of money you should invest in the stock market How Marc is helping people get on top of their game financially   Resources Mentioned Crush My Mortgage Course Debt Freedom Blueprint Vanguard   Connect with Marc Russell Website: https://www.thebetterwallet.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mmarcrussell/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/betterwallet/
2/8/202346 minutes, 54 seconds
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Building Wealth Using Multifamily Real Estate Investing with Jullien Gordon

To be successful in real estate investing, it is important to do thorough research and due diligence on potential properties. This includes analyzing market conditions, evaluating the property's condition, and assessing the potential for rental income and appreciation. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Jullien Gordon, a real estate investor, real estate educator, and developer who help people achieve rent freedom through multifamily real estate and financial freedom through his book Rich & Righteous. Jullien Gordon talks about overcoming the fear of real estate investing, the power of multifamily real estate, the best way to acquire multifamily real estate units in a new area, and the myths people have about real estate investing. He also shares the benefits of getting a real estate manager in real estate investing and the difference between successful real estate investors and failures. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn The story behind the book: Rich and Righteous What made Jullien consider multifamily real estate investing as a means to build wealth? Overcoming the fear of real estate investing The power of multifamily real estate The best way to acquire multifamily real estate in a new area Tips to get ready for real estate investing The obstacles and challenges Jullien had to overcome for him to prosper in the business The myths that people have in real estate investing Why it is easier to acquire a multifamily home than a single-family home The benefits of getting a property manager in real estate investing Tips for getting the right real estate deals   Resources Mentioned M1 Finance Debt Freedom Blueprint Rich Dad Poor Dad   Connect with Jullien Gordon Website Instagram Twitter Facebook  
2/1/202354 minutes, 1 second
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How To Speak Your Way To Cash with Ashley Kirkwood

Becoming a great speaker takes work. It takes time, effort, and dedication. You must do more than just read a book or watch a video and expect to become a good speaker overnight. You have to go through the process of learning, growing, and preparing yourself for the day you speak in front of an audience. To become a great speaker, you must learn how to communicate well. You can learn how to communicate well by studying the art of public speaking and learning techniques to help you become an effective communicator. The key to becoming a great speaker is knowing your audience and having a clear message that resonates with them. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Ashley Kirkwood, a lawyer and the Founder of Speak Your Way To Cash, where she helps speakers, experts, entrepreneurs, authors, and visionaries to land large corporate speaking and consulting contracts and grow their businesses utilizing their voices. Ashley Kirkwood explains how you can grow your speaking career and become a six-figure paid speaker. She talks about how she got into speaking, the strategies for determining if you can have a successful speaking career, and improving your natural abilities to become a high-level speaker. She also shares some tips for starting your speaking career from the comfort of your home and LinkedIn's role in scaling a speaking career. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn How Ashley got into speaking Strategies for determining if you can have a successful speaking career Improving your natural abilities to become a high-level speaker Maintaining your voice despite learning from others The Currency of Confidence Tips to start your speaking career from the comfort of your home The role that LinkedIn plays in scaling a speaking business Pitching and why it is essential for speakers Preparing for the Nos   Resources Mentioned The Book: Speak Your Way To Cash Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with Ashley Kirkwood: Website: Speak Your Way To Cash All-in-One Facebook:  Ashley N. Kirkwood | Facebook Instagram: Ashley Kirkwood (@theashleynicoleshow)
1/25/202353 minutes, 46 seconds
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Ways to Share Life Beyond What Distracts, Divides, and Disconnects Us with Carlos Whittaker

Being human is a complex and multifaceted concept that encompasses many different aspects of our lives. At its core, being human involves being self-aware and possessing the ability to think, feel, and communicate. It also involves having a sense of morality and forming relationships and connections. There are many different ways to strive to be more fully human and live a fulfilling and meaningful life.  Some key ways to do this include self-reflection and self-improvement, forming deep and meaningful connections with others, and working to contribute to the greater good in some way. Ultimately, being human involves striving to be our best selves and to live a life that is authentic and true to our values and beliefs. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Carlos Whittaker, an author, and speaker who shares his life publicly to help people navigate difficult conversations gracefully. Carlos talks about his book: How To Human. He shares the story behind the book, the challenges he faced when writing the book, and tips to bring good humanity back. He also talks about how you can calm down the fire inside you when someone is of the opposite opinion, dealing with troubling conversations rooted in trauma and the humanity of Jesus that made Carlos better. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn The story behind Carlos sharing his life publicly Preparations to overcome life struggles The story behind the book: How To Human The challenges Carlos faced when writing the book Is it worth the effort to learn how to be a good human? Tips to bring good humanity back How to calm down the fire inside us when someone is of the opposite opinion How to deal with troubling conversations rooted in trauma The humanity of Jesus that made Carlos better What you will find in the pages of How To Human Tips to teach your kids how to be humans   Resources Mentioned FREE Debt Freedom Blueprint Teach Me How To Budget Course How To Human by Carlos Whittaker   Connect with Carlos Whittaker Website: https://www.carloswhittaker.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/loswhit/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/loswhit
1/18/202337 minutes, 34 seconds
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How to Kill Comparison and Live Confident with Nona Jones

When we compare ourselves to others, it's easy to get caught up in their successes, good fortune, and happiness. But when we focus on how much happier they are than us, how much more successful they are, and how much more money they have than us, it can make us feel worse about ourselves and our lives. Moreover, this can lead to jealousy, bitterness, and resentment. It can also lead us to make bad decisions that could ultimately hurt us financially, physically, and mentally. But how do we stop ourselves from feeling bad about our own lives? How do we stop comparing ourselves to others and falling short? In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Nona Jones, an internationally renowned speaker, business executive, media personality, and ministry leader who overcame the trauma of childhood sexual abuse to achieve immense career success. Labeled a problem child at an early age, Nona has become a recognized voice of hope, healing, and inspiration, equipping women and girls worldwide to rise from their past pain into a fulfilling future through faith. Nona explains killing comparison and living an abundant life. Furthermore, she talks about the story behind the book: Killing Comparison, the role that comparison plays in creating insecurity, recognizing bad comparison, and the difficulty of killing comparison. She also shares some insights on using social media as a tool to kill comparison and helping your family destroy negative comparisons. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn  The story behind the book: Killing Comparison The role that comparison plays in creating insecurity The difficulty of killing comparison Recognizing a bad comparison Bad comparisons in churches Using social media as a tool to kill comparison Helping your family kill comparisons The biggest turning point in Nona’s life that lead to killing comparisons Things you can do to start killing comparisons Resources Mentioned Crush My Mortgage Course Killing Comparison by Nona Jones Connect with Nona Jones Website: Nona Jones | Nona Jones Ministries Instagram: N O N A J O N E S (@nonanotnora) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NonaNotNora
1/11/202339 minutes, 55 seconds
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How Kristin Battled Her Way To Debt Freedom TWICE!

In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Kristin Stones, a finance coach, to share some tips on dealing with debt. She helps people learn how to love life on a budget, and also, women take back their finances and live a more purposeful life. Kristin shares some insights on the things that changed how she tackles finances, the crazy financial goals that she has accomplished, the things that will allow you to progress financially, tackling multiple financial plans simultaneously, and the benefits of attacking debts in an organized manner. She shares some tips on how to stay motivated on your goals. Tune in to learn more on this and other exciting topics!   What You Will Learn: The situation that changed Kristin’s way of tackling business Financial communication in marriages The things that will allow you to make progress financially Crazy financial goals that Kristin accomplished Finding out the amount of debt that you are in Getting out of debt and attempting entrepreneurship The benefits of attacking debt in an organized manner Tips for dealing with debt Staying motivated in your financial journey How it feels to finish paying your debt Resources Mentioned: M1 Finance DebtFreeStories.com Connect with Kristin Stones: Website: https://centsandpurpose.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/centsandpurpose/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/CentsandPurpose/
1/4/202341 minutes, 7 seconds
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Learning the Basics of How to Money When No One Ever Taught You with Kathryn Tuggle

The first step in using money wisely is to understand the true nature of money. Most people think of money in terms of purchasing power. They believe that if they have a lot of money, they will be able to buy whatever they want. But this is not so. The value of money is determined by its purchasing power, but the amount of money we have determines how much purchasing power we can command. And while we may desire to have more than enough money to meet our needs, the fact is that it is not how much money you have but how you use it that matters most in determining your level of happiness and success. In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Kathryn Tuggle, the Founding Partner and CCO of Hermoney and the Co-Author of the book: How To Money, to talk about how we can use money correctly. Kathryn talks about the story behind the book: How To Money, how she learned about money in her teenage years, the impact of social media on our financial decisions, and the common things that people get wrong when they begin their journey to using money the right way. She also shares some insights on how women can advocate for themselves. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn Kathryn Tuggle’s background information How Kathryn learned about money in her teenage years The impact of social media on our financial decisions Advice on when and why we need financial planners The pay gap for women Tips to know the salary scale of our skills and what we do The ways women can advocate for themselves The common things that people get wrong when they begin their journey to using money the right way Overcoming fear in our journey to using money properly The piece of advice Kathryn would give to her younger self Resources Mentioned The Book: How To Money Debt Freedom Blueprint
12/28/202232 minutes, 12 seconds
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Worried About Anything Because I Pray About Nothing with Chad Veach

Prayer is the way we communicate with God. Through prayer, we can express our thoughts, feelings, and desires and ask for help in difficult situations. Prayer also allows us to praise God for His blessings and thank Him for His goodness.  In today’s episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Pastor Chad Veach, a very accomplished pastor, speaker, and the author of the book: Worried About Everything Because I Pray About Nothing Chad talks about how we can live in peace and purpose instead of stress and burnout. He explains the story behind the title: Worried About Anything Because I Pray About Nothing. Furthermore, he discusses why people don’t pray, how to handle the timeline between the prayer and the manifested answer, building a strong connection with God during hard times, and overcoming the fear of taking the first step to creating a prayerful life.  Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn Chad Veach's personal information The story behind the title: Worried About Anything Because I Pray About Nothing Why People don’t pray Tips for cultivating a prayerful life Handling the timeline between the prayer and the manifested answer Building a personal relationship with God despite a bad relationship with your earthly father Building a strong connection with God during hard times Incorporating prayers in your family Overcoming the fear of taking the first step in creating a prayerful life Resources Mentioned Worried about Everything Because I Pray about Nothing by Chad Veach Crush My Mortgage Connect with Chad Veach Website: https://www.chadveach.org/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqlfQgIBW12SiMzK22Zy-AQ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/chadcveach/?_rdc=1&_rdr Twitter: https://twitter.com/chadcveach Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chadveach/
12/21/202231 minutes, 46 seconds
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Paying Off Six Figures of Debt With Corazon Akinyi

In today’s episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Corazon Akinyi, a finance strategist that teaches working professionals how to master their money and pay off their debt. Her experience in managing multi-million dollar budgets resulted in her personal growth and strategies around personal finance. Corazon talks about how they ended up paying six-figure of debt. She explains how it feels when a bigger percentage of the debt in a marriage is yours, strategies to pay off your debt and attain financial freedom, the beauty of real estate investing, the secret of real estate investing, and the best way to organize your finances. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn Corazon Akinyi's background information How it feels when a more significant percentage of the debt in a marriage is yours Tackling debts in a marriage The strategies to pay off your debt and attain financial freedom The beauty of real estate investing How to organize your finances to pay off your debt and invest at the same time The secret of real estate investing The best way to manage your finances Saving money through house hacking Staying unified as a family despite financial struggles How it feels to be debt free Advice to people who want to pay off their debt Resources Mentioned https://www.hisandhermoney.com/pro https://corazonakinyi.com/ Connect with Corazon Akinyi Website Instagram
12/14/202251 minutes, 58 seconds
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Finding The Strength and Resilience To Achieve Your Financial Dreams With Bola Sokunbi

In today's episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Bola Sokunbi, the Founder of Clever Girl Finance and the author of the book: Choosing to prosper. Bols talks about how people can examine their financial and personal dreams and find the strength and resilience needed to achieve them. She explains the importance of community in the journey to prosperity, the meaning of her book title: Choosing To Prosper, and the first step to take when choosing prosperity. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: The meaning of her book title: Choosing To Prosper Using underestimation as a fuel for success Tips to overcome external obstacles in the journey to prosperity Bola’s story that sharpened her financial journey Getting money and managing the money well Creating generational wealth The first step to take when choosing generational wealth Having financial conversations with your partner Getting the motivation to go on when you are at the top of your game The importance of community in your journey to prosperity Resources Mentioned The Book: Choosing Prosperity Crush My Mortgage Course Connect with Bola Sokunbi Website: https://www.clevergirlfinance.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clevergirlfinance/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/clevergirlfinance/?_rdc=1&_rdr Twitter: https://twitter.com/CleverGirlCGF YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/clevergirlfinance
12/7/202242 minutes, 16 seconds
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Becoming CFOs of Our Homes To Build Wealth With Vince Carter

The CFO of a company is the person who oversees all financial matters. They handle everything from payroll to taxes, and they're responsible for ensuring their company has enough money to keep it operational. But what if I told you that you're also a CFO? That's right. You have a company, your household, and you're responsible for ensuring its finances are in order. If they aren't, then your family could be in deep trouble. There are so many ways to start thinking differently about our finances and become chief financial officers of our homes. In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Vince Carter, Founder of CFO at Home Podcast. Vince shares some insights on how people can think differently about their finances to become CFOs of their homes. He talks about how he became CFO at home, identifying the CFO in the family, the starting line to financial freedom, the importance of understanding your partner’s money story, and the basics of becoming CFO of our homes. Tune in to learn more on this! What You Will Learn: The CFO at Home Podcast How Vince became the CFO at home and the changes it made in his life Why we should strive to become CFOs for our families How to identify the CFO in the family The starting line to financial freedom The importance of understanding your partner’s money story Tips for fighting financial problems in relationships The strategies we should have in our financial world Tips for making future goals and aspirations  without limiting our presence The difference between success and failure in the journey to financial independence The basics of becoming CFOs of our homes  Resources Mentioned: CrushMyMortgage.com The Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with Vince Carter: Website: https://www.thecfoathome.com/
11/30/202232 minutes, 56 seconds
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Making Your Marriage a Fortress With Dr. Gary Thomas

In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Gary Thomas, a bestselling author, and international speaker. His ministry brings people closer to Christ and closer to others. He unites the study of Scripture, church history, and the Christian classics to foster spiritual growth and deeper relationships within the Christian community.  Gary Thomas explains how you can make your marriage a fortress. He talks about the story behind his book: Making Your Marriage a Fortress, why you need to make your marriage a fortress, the three steps of making your marriage a fortress, and the importance of deepening and strengthening your emotional connection with your partner. He also shares the key to a fulfilling, mature and successful life. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: The story behind the book: Making Your Marriage a Fortress Why you need to make your marriage a fortress The three steps of making your marriage a fortress The importance of deepening and strengthening your emotional connection with your partner Tips for building the stamina needed in our marriages during the hard times The Bible verses on perseverance The key to a fulfilling, mature and successful life The difference between marriages that have built fortresses and those that have failed Advice to couples wanting to rebuild their fortress Resources Mentioned: The Book: Making Your Marriage a Fortress M1 Finance Connect with Gary Thomas: Website: Home - Gary Thomas Twitter: Gary Thomas (@garyLthomas) / Twitter Facebook: Author Gary Thomas | Facebook Instagram: Gary Thomas (@garythomasbooks) • Instagram photos and videos  
11/23/202239 minutes, 41 seconds
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How to Go From Just Surviving to Financially Thriving with Walli Miller

When people talk about retirement, they're often referring to a period of time when they will no longer work. However, retirement is more than just the end of your job. It's a way of life. There are many different ways to retire early and make investments, but it's essential to have a plan in place before you decide what route is best for you. There are so many ways you can retire early and make investments. In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Walli Miller, a financial coach, and money mentor. She went from overspending and being a compulsive shopper to being debt-free and building a seven-figure investment portfolio. Today, Walli shares some insights on what retiring early really means, how to attack your debt, how cultural upbringing can impact your journey to attaining financial independence, and what to do differently to achieve financial freedom. She also shares some tips for investing wisely. Tune in to learn more about this and other exciting topics!   What You Will Learn: Starting your own financial journey The FIRE Movement What retiring early means What to do differently to attain financial freedom The different ways to attack your debt How cultural upbringing can impact your journey to achieving financial independence What retirement and wealth mean to us Tips for investing wisely The different things that Walli and her husband did to attain financial independence Walli’s big plans   Resources Mentioned: The Simple Path To Wealth The Debt Freedom Blueprint   Connect with Walli Miller: Website: https://financiallythriving.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/financially_thriving/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/financiallythriving  
11/16/202244 minutes, 56 seconds
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How to Create Financial Unity In Your Relationship with Adam Kol

A couple's finances are an essential part of a relationship. Couples who are financially well-prepared can take better care of their health, save more money, and invest wisely. Financial planning is crucial for any couple because it helps to protect you and your partner in case one of you loses your job or becomes ill. It also ensures you have enough money to meet your basic needs and goals. If you're thinking about getting married, or if you're already married and want to ensure your financial future is secure, you need to learn how to manage your money together as a couple.  Adam Kol is an expert financial couples coach, entrepreneur, and Founder of Couples Financial Coach. Couples Financial Coaching is a process that helps individuals and couples to understand their current financial situation and make the necessary changes to achieve their goals.   What You’ll Learn: Why is it important for couples to be intentional about how they approach their finances together? Discussions to have among couples during this semi-post pandemic world. Common problems among couples as they try to find progress in their financial area.    How to rebound and retry a failed initial conversation. Tips on approaching your less than excited partner to talk about their finances. Things to consider through the dating process from a financial stand. How and when to approach the money conversation.  Things you can aspire to do on the financial journey. Resources Mentioned: Love & Money Quiz Complimentary Financial Harmony Consultation The Couples Financial Coach Podcast Adam's Website Adam's Instagram
11/9/202242 minutes, 13 seconds
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How to Talk About Money in Your Relationship With Ramit Sethi

Creating a shared vision your partner understands and is excited about is a great way to ensure you're both on the same page. Financial goals are often more complicated when two people are involved because there are two sets of ideas, preferences, and needs. So it's important to discuss what you want from life together and set some goals along the way. Joining us today is Ramit Sethi. He is the New York Times best-selling author of I Will Teach You To Be Rich. His style is unique and actionable, helping readers learn how to master their finances, so they never have to worry about money again. He shares advice and his personal experience to help us navigate through finance.   Resources Mentioned: Scripts for couples I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi Conscious Spending Plan  Ramit's Rich Life System Quiz Connect with Ramit Sethi Twitter Instagram Website Podcast
11/2/202239 minutes, 40 seconds
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The Blended Families Guide To Financial Planning with Ron Deal

Financial planning is one area that causes a great deal of anxiety for blended families. Managing your blended family's finances, wills, beneficiaries, and legal issues can be confusing and even aggravating. We all need basic tools and understanding to manage our finances, get out of debt, and start building the future we long for. Ron Deal brings a practical and non-judgmental perspective to blended families' finances. He is a licensed marriage and family therapist and director of FamilyLife Blended™. Ron Deal expertly and practically identifies common money traps that can cause serious financial, relational, and spiritual setbacks in blended families. He gives the information to prevent these problems and achieve financial peace as a blended family.   What You Will Learn: What Ron Deal means by “blended families.” How to plan the use of money between couples Traditional money advice for blended families. How blended families should approach the topic of paying for college.  How to approach blended families’ financial conversations A glimpse of what to expect from Ron’s book on smart stepfamily finance guide. Ron’s advice on initiating a financial conversation with a partner   Resources Mentioned: Ron Deal’s Book:  The Smart Stepfamily Guide to Financial Planning: Money Management Before and After You Blend a Family Connect with Ron Deal: Website: https://rondeal.org/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ronldeal?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronldeal/ Family Blended Life Podcast Website: https://www.familylife.com/podcast/familylife-blended-podcast/ Summit on Stepfamily Ministry Website: https://www.summitonstepfamilies.com/ Blended and Blessed Website: https://www.blendedandblessed.com/ His and Her Money Show Debt Freedom Blueprint His And Her Money
10/26/202235 minutes, 28 seconds
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How To Help Your Kids Go To College Debt Free with Kristina Ellis

In this episode, we are going to talk about student loans. To help us debunk issues surrounding student loans is Kristina Ellis. Kristina Ellis is a renowned author of several books, including “Confessions of a scholarship winner.” she earned over half a million dollars worth of college scholarships. Currently, she advocates for students to achieve debt-free education as she believes no student deserves to be burdened by student loans. She advocates for parents to engage their kids in student loan conversations early as it's never too early for parents to help kids understand the value of a college education. But what about all those student loans? How do you help your kids understand the responsibility of taking on debt? There are several ways to pay for college without taking on student loans, including attending an affordable community college before transferring, working part-time while studying, and studying abroad. You can get out of student loan debt, and it’s not hard, and anyone can do it. Listen in to learn the seven baby steps that will help in debt repayment, student loan forgiveness, scholarship opportunities, and how different they are from grants and other great discussions.   What You Will Learn The strategies Kristina laid out and implemented to pay off her student loan. The seven baby steps to paying off student loans. All about student loan forgiveness. How student loan forgiveness can be an opportunity for a greater impact on student loan repayment. Tidbits on how to navigate student loan conversations with kids. Scholarship search engines. The difference between school grants and scholarships. The application process for scholarships. Other ways of going to college debt-free. Connect with the Kristina Ellis Website  Instagram Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
10/19/202237 minutes, 44 seconds
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How to Know Your Purpose on Earth with Dr. Dharius Daniels

In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Dharius Daniels, a motivational speaker, coach, pastor, and the author of the book: Your Purpose is Calling. Dharius Daniels explains how you can find your true purpose in life. He talks about how you can make an impact in the world, the actual definition of purpose, how to get out of the wrong box that people are trying to put you in, and finding the clues in your life that help finds your true purpose.  What you will learn:  Dharius Daniel’s background information Making an impact in the world Dharius’s journey to discovering purpose The definition of purpose Balancing the different voices in your life  How to get out of the wrong box that people are trying to put you in Finding the clues in your life that help find your purpose Having healthy conversations with our significant others about God’s calling Overcoming the fear of finding your true purpose   Episode resources The book: Your Purpose is Calling Connect with Dharius Daniels: Website: https://dhariusdaniels.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dhariusdaniels/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/dharius.daniels/?_rdc=1&_rdr Twitter: https://twitter.com/DhariusDaniels
10/17/202239 minutes, 48 seconds
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How to Move from Paycheck to Purpose with Ken Coleman

Finding the career that's right for you isn't always easy. What are your interests? What are you good at? How will your education, location, and etcetera affect your options? There are a lot of factors to consider, but even after narrowing it all down, you might catch yourself starting to rethink.  Is this REALLY what you're meant to be doing? A lot of us can feel stuck doing things we really don't want to be doing, and even have "dream jobs" that just seem unattainable -- but believe it or not, they aren't! For today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, best-selling author and Dave Ramsey team member Ken Coleman is joining us yet again to spread some inspiration and let everybody know all about his latest book, From Paycheck To Purpose: The Clear Path To Doing What You Love!   What You Will Learn The moment Ken realized it was time to switch up his career path. Things to keep in mind while figuring out the job that's right for you. An in-depth look at what you might learn From Paycheck To Purpose. Why fulfilling jobs are important.   Resources Mentioned From Paycheck To Purpose: The Clear Path To Doing What You Love by Ken Coleman  The Proximity Principle: The Proven Strategy That Will Lead To A Career You Love by Ken Coleman Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America 
10/12/202238 minutes, 51 seconds
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Stop Waiting For Permission With Stephen Chandler

In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Stephen Chandler, the Pastor of The Union Church based outside Washington D.C, to talk about how we can stop waiting for permission and move towards achieving our dreams. Pastor Stephen Chandler talks about the story behind his book: Stop Waiting For Permission, why good is not good enough, the internal work you need to do to break free from childhood comparison traps, and how to include your spouse in your success journey. He also shares some tips on maximizing your potential and unleashing your gifts. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn The story behind the book: Stop Waiting for Permission Why good is not good enough Overcoming your frustrations and following your dreams The internal work that you need to do to break free from childhood comparison traps Tips to stop waiting for permission Maximizing your potential and unleashing your gifts The chapter: No pain, no pain How to include your spouse in the journey to achieving your dreams Stephen’s most positive results after putting in the hard work What you will find inside the pages of the book: Stop Waiting for Permission Resources Mentioned The Book: Stop Waiting For Permission Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with Stephen Chandler: Website: Stephen R Chandler The Union Church: Union Church (theunionchurch.com) Instagram: Union Church (@weareunionchurch) YouTube: Union Church - YouTube
10/10/202237 minutes
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Things To Consider When Building Intergeneration Wealth With Portia Wood

The topic of the day is generational wealth. We are pleased to be joined by Portia Wood, an estate attorney. She‘s an expert and shares her knowledge with us on the things we need to consider that we may not be considering when it comes to our efforts to build generational wealth.  Portia believes that intergenerational wealth is everyone's right, not a privilege reserved for the wealthy. The ability to pass on one's wealth is crucial to building intergenerational wealth. Achieving wealth takes more than just hard work and skill. And it takes a plan that balances today's needs with tomorrow's security. Creating a plan is the first step toward building wealth.   What You Will Learn: How Portia found herself practicing as an estate attorney. The definition of generational wealth. Who is eligible to have a Trust. Best practices of establishing a Trust. Advice for a single person with no kids. Basics of estate planning. Types of conversations to have with kids to prepare their mindset for entrepreneurship. How families should teach kids the aspects of wealth. The Role of estate attorneys Connect with the Wood Legal Group Linkedin Website Instagram Facebook Twitter  
10/5/202238 minutes, 28 seconds
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How David Lee Martin Made Millions From Ebooks

In a world where content is king, and attention spans are increasingly short, it’s no wonder more people than ever are turning to books to tell their stories. Whether you have an excellent idea for a novel or nonfiction book or want to use your business expertise by writing a how-to guide, getting published seems like an obvious way to take your career to the next level. But getting started can be hard, especially if you don’t know where to begin, from deciding what you’re going to write about and choosing the right company to work with, to setting up your book for success. In this episode, we are joined by David Lee Martin, a professional writer, and publisher who brought in about one million royalties just from Amazon in six years. David helps creative Christians share their message online, write books and create courses. Through the giant-slaying framework based on five core principles: faith, inspiration, education, application, and celebration, your heart-born ideas can become a reality. David shares the different tips we can convert our ideas into books and how to sell on Amazon as a writer. Don’t miss a thing on this. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: Wrestling with limiting belief God giving our hands the power to get wealth Overcoming the anxiety that is driving what we are doing Finding the ways God has given us to get wealth Finding the right business Tips for converting your idea into books The key to standing out in writing books Tricks to sell your books on Amazon The different products and services that David offers which writers can learn from   Resources Mentioned: Debt Freedom Blueprint Converting your idea into impact and income: https://www.davidleemartin.net/faithful-creative Connect with David Lee Martin: Website: https://www.davidleemartin.net/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidleemartinauthor LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidleemartin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DavidLeeMartin
9/28/202259 minutes, 14 seconds
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How Tony and Brittany Paid Off $235k of Debt in 19 Months!

Today, we help listeners achieve financial success and be debt-free. You can go from worrying about your debt to gaining control and confidence in the area of money. We are also joined by Tony and Brittany Ingram to share the debt freedom journey to repaying their debt. They're here as testimony that debt freedom is doable, possible, and can be done.    What You Will Learn: How their journey to debt freedom started. The temptation of being comfortable with debt. Debt relapse challenge and how to get back to the debt repayment journey. The need to be patient with your spouse on their debt payment journey. Listing your debt and evaluating your expenditure.  Creating a budget and other ways to knock off debt. The concept of the two-income track. Block out the noise and not revert to the old you. Incorporating savings and emergency funds to repaying off debt. How it feels like being out of debt. What it meant for them to accomplish what they set out to accomplish. Advice for people struggling with paying off their debt. Connect with Tony and Brittany Ingram Instagram Facebook Youtube  
9/21/202242 minutes, 3 seconds
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Igniting Your Power, Your Purpose, and Your Why with Dr. Eric Thomas

In your life, you can reach your optimal level. This is a state where your entire life is in balance. You are at the highest peak of your personal development and happiness. You have achieved all of your goals and aspirations, which brings you peace and satisfaction. We all deserve to be the best versions of ourselves. And it's not a matter of luck but rather a series of choices and actions we can take daily. This isn't just about being thin or rich or beautiful or successful. It's about finding our true potential, our greatest self, the person we were meant to be. In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Dr. Eric Thomas, a critically acclaimed author, World-renowned speaker, educator, pastor, and audible.com Audie Awards Finalist.  Dr. Thomas shares some tips on becoming the better version of yourself. He talks about the story behind his book: You Owe You, the difference between selfishness and self-ownership, having the right motives, and how we can wake up people who are not operating in an optimal position. He also shares some insights on we can foster our relationship with God and discover the right people in our journey to prosperity. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn The story behind the new book: You Owe You The difference between selfishness and self-ownership Having the right motives Being real with yourself and making the proper adjustments to your life. Waking up people who are not operating at an optimal level How we can continue to strive and be better versions of ourselves Tips for fostering your relationship with God Discovering the right people in your journey to prosperity Sharing our experiences with those around us Words of encouragement to those starting their journey to becoming better versions of themselves   Resources Mentioned You Owe You by Dr. Eric Thomas   Connect With Dr. Eric Thomas Website: Eric Thomas Instagram: Eric Thomas (@etthehiphoppreacher) • Instagram photos and videos Facebook: Eric Thomas | Facebook Twitter: ETinspires.eth (@Ericthomasbtc) / Twitter
9/16/202247 minutes, 45 seconds
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Taking Economic Dominion Over Your Finances With Dr. Cindy Trimm

What You Will Learn: Building a relationship with God. The birth of the economic dominion concept. Having the right mindset for money. Cindy’s key belief throughout her journey. A proper biblical understanding of what prosperity means. The strategy of the power of the seed. What needs to happen when you get an idea. The element of stewardship. The principle of small things makes a big difference. Cindy’s Book Unstoppable: Compete with your best self and win Connect with Dr. Cindy Trimm Website Instagram Youtube Facebook
9/14/202236 minutes, 16 seconds
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Become More Productive By Using Everyday Family Rhythms with Justin Whitmel Earley

Nobody is perfect. We're all out here with our own unique families, careers, and circumstances, figuring out how to juggle every aspect of our daily lives. And even when we think we've got it all figured out -- usually we don't!  Things can go awry, or even just not the way you planned, ESPECIALLY when we're talking about children. Sometimes we can use a little guidance along the way, and that's okay! Today on the His & Her Money Show, Justin Whitmel Earley is coming up to tell us all about his latest book, Habits of The Household. He shares hard-earned wisdom for all his fellow parents out there!    What You Will Learn Justin explains his "bedtime liturgy" system. The pros and cons of screentime. Rhythms vs. rules. How to handle anger in the household. Justin's strategy to total conflict resolution.   Resources Mentioned Habits Of The Household: Practicing The Story Of God In Everyday Family Rhythms by Justin Whitmel Earley https://www.justinwhitmelearley.com/ hisandhermoneypro.com Debt Freedom Blueprint  Facebook Side Hustle Course  
9/7/202240 minutes, 4 seconds
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How to Trade Options: A Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners with Jason Brown

In this episode, we are going to discuss how to create wealth through Options Trading. There is no better guest to take through this conversation than Jason Brown, a stock market expert, to help us win the wealth game. Jason is a stock market coach and a real money options trader. He runs two platforms The Brown Report, a blog that talks about money and mindset, and also-rans, a Power Trades University where he teaches people about the stock market and has courses and coaching in the community where they try to take people from beginners to becoming expert options traders.    What You Will Learn: Jason's personal story on building wealth through the stock market. What are option gains? Making money from the stock market. What a put option is. How to get started. Discipline and mindset are necessary for success. Recommendation on the money to risk. How to get started with virtual trading accounts. Balancing a 9-5 job with studying stock markets. Connect with Jason Brown Jason's Training Course: Power Trades University Website Youtube Instagram Linkedin Twitter
8/31/202247 minutes, 5 seconds
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The Ultimate Guide To 529 College Savings Plans with Robert Farrington

In this episode, we are going to talk about college and money. We will talk about college 529 plans. Joining us today is Robert Farrington the founder of  The College Investor to help us understand this topic and how it can help our kids and grandkids when it comes to how we approach college education financing. He brings a wealth of knowledge and practical insight on the matter.   What You Will Learn: Starting a family while having college debt. What is a 529 plan? Benefits of a 529 plan to an investor/parent. Where to find a 529 plan. Best practices when it comes to the 529 plan. Limits of a 529 plan. How to get your money saved in a 529 plan to pay for tuition. Other uses of the money saved in a 529 plan. 529 saving plans for a blended family or kids living separately from their parents. What happens to your money if your kid gets a scholarship. Alternative college savings options. Taxable investing accounts for your kids. Resources Mentioned: Robert's Free 529 College Saving Plan Guide Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with The College Investor Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube
8/24/202232 minutes, 32 seconds
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How The Wealth Twins Invested Their Way To Becoming Millionaires

Today, we are going to talk about wealth. Yeah, you've heard of it before, and it seems like everyone wants to talk about this topic, but not many people seem to understand it.  We all want wealth, but many don't know how to get it. There are many different ways to make money. We are blessed to be joined by Nadia and Nicole, the wealth twins, to help us approach the topic of wealth by sharing with us come to generate wealth through their personal money journey story. Our guest Nicole is a partner at Wealth Twins LLC. She worked in the financial services sector for fifteen years and retired early because she wanted financial independence.   What You Will Learn: The wealth twins' money journey story. How to navigate your money journey. Where to invest your money. The term house hacking. Advice on screening for red flags on tenants. How to go about finding a building for house hacking investment. What dividend investing is and how to get started. How to approach researching companies that offer dividend investments. How to have stock dividends paid to you. Resources Mentioned: Debt Freedom Blueprint  M1 Finance  Connect with The Wealth Twins Website  Facebook Twitter Instagram At the same time, Nadia has been a Financial Independence Coach from New York City and a partner at Wealth Twins LLC for 13+ years. 
8/17/202247 minutes, 56 seconds
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The 5 Pillars to Achieving Prosperity the Way God Intended with Kayla Walter

This episode looks at the Bible and how to look at everyday situations from a Biblical view. It shows Biblical ways to get out of debt, how to work and save money, generosity towards others and God, and how to live on less than what you make. Through the Bible, you will learn important lessons about handling money and it will give you tools that can help with your financial situation. To help us analyze the tools and ideas from the biblical perspective we are joined by Kayla Walter, a certified financial planner who helps single millennial women use their faith to better manage and increase their income in their everyday life.    What You Will Learn: How her thought of extracting financial wisdom from the bible came about.  How the scriptures helped Kalya’s financial situation. Systemizing money in all seasons. Where people go wrong when it comes to approaching their finances. The five pillars from the bible on handling money  Kayla’s advice on how much you should save on a regular basis.   Practical ideas of “get money buy income.” Advice on giving with wisdom. Obstacles that may pop up as you pursue to align money with the Bible. Encouragement for people wondering if they are capable of making a mindset shift to align their finances with the scriptures. Resources Mentioned: The believer's guide to faith and money. Connect with Kayla Website: https://www.kaylawalter.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaylawalter Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kaylamwalter1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kaylamwalter1/?hl=en
8/10/202231 minutes, 59 seconds
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The True Path to Financial Independence with Sam Dogen

Financial independence is a goal that many people strive for. The term "financial independence" describes a point in which you can sustain yourself financially with little or no need for income from others. You might be wondering if this is even possible at all. How can one possibly pay all their bills and expenses without help from anyone else? It may be possible for you, too! The path to financial independence is long: save money, then invest that money right back into yourself. You've got to stay focused, be patient, and most importantly, look for opportunities where others don't see them.  Sam Dogen sheds light on why he started a blog, how to think through the Global Financial Economic Crisis financially, and tips to begin the journey towards financial independence. Dogen also talks more about how to figure out what you are aiming for. He also discusses taking advantage of your tax advantage accounts, the different forms of investments to venture in, how to approach deals that fit your criteria, and what you will find in the book: Buy This Not That. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn: About Sam Dogen  Why Sam Dogen started a blog Advice on Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) FIRE is for everybody  The Book: Buy This Not That Financial thinking and strategizing through the Global Financial Economic Crisis The journey towards financial independence How to figure out what you are aiming for with what you already have Taking advantage of your tax advantage accounts The different forms of investments to venture in Investing in things that last longer How do new factors factor into your decision making How to approach deals that fit your criteria What you will find in the book: Buy This Not That Resources Mentioned: FinancialSamurai.com Sam's Book: Buy This Not That The Debt Freedom Blueprint
8/5/202245 minutes, 7 seconds
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Deep In Debt to Debt-Free Entrepreneur with Marcus Garrett

Do you need to get past debt, start a successful business, or just get ahead financially? This is the show for you!  This episode discusses Marcus Garrett’s journey of getting out of debt, starting a business, and venturing into full-time entrepreneurship.  Marcus is a motivational speaker, recovering auditor, and ranked number on amazon kindle bestselling for his book D.E.B.T Free or Die Trying. In 2021, he relaunched his brand under the name Marcus Garrett. He shares his story from once being buried in debt to starting a business of his own.   What You Will Learn: How Marcus’s $9000 debt tripled in three days. How the Debt-Free Die Trying book came by. Making an informed decision about how much salary to be paid. About paycheck plateau. How to make money freelancing Building a system around achieving your goals. The period of not executing versus the time you decide to start implementing your plans. Appreciating yourself and recognizing how far you’ve come. The best time to start. Ideas on more ways your business can generate income. How to define your most important task and how to do it. Affiliate marketing business. Advice for someone thinking of quitting his job to focus on his side hustle.  How to stay put and not get distracted from your purpose. Get yourself a mentor for leadership and networking.   Resources Mentioned: Debt Free Or Die Trying by Marcus Garrett How Much Home, Car, and Debt Can You Afford On A 30, 50, or $100,000 Salary? Earn More Writing (Freelance Writing Course) Podcourse (Podcasting Course) Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing (Affiliate Marketing Course) Connect with Marcus Garrett Website: https://www.themarcusgarrett.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMarcusGarrett/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themarcusgarrett/?hl=en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/TheMarcusGarrett Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheMarcusGarret Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-marcus-garrett-show/id1568949951
8/3/202249 minutes, 1 second
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How Entrepreneurship Helped Carrington & Ashley Become Debt Free

In this episode, we are blessed to be joined by a wonderful couple, Carrington and Ashley Brown. Our guests are here today to walk us through their journey of paying off a six-figure debt and how it feels to be debt-free. They discuss the steps they took and provide different ways to approach the financial aspect of life. This includes real-life examples, plans, and goal-setting methods.   What You Will Learn: How the debt-free journey looks like at the beginning. Moving from the acquisition of knowledge to the application of it. Different methods of outlining your debt. Evaluating entrepreneurship opportunities, types of steps, and procedures to do in pursuit of additional income streams without hindering the pursuit of debt-freedom. How to reconcile monetary deposits into dreams while doing other things. Matching faith with work. How couples should keep each other accountable through the debt-free journey. The feeling of sending in your last debt payment and how it feels knowing you are out of debt. Discipline and the mental paradigm shift are necessary to have the foundation of debt freedom. Advice to someone facing a lack of motivation from the person you are married to. Suggested books that will help achieve debt freedom.    Resources Mentioned The Debt Freedom Blueprint The psychology of winning by Denis Waitley The richest man in Babylon by George S. Clason Think and grow rich by Napoleon Hill The bible The millionaire next door by Thomas J. Stanley The millionaire real estate investor by Jay Papasan The total money makeover by Dave Ramsey Business secrets from the bible by Daniel Lapin Connect with Carrington Brown Website: https://www.thecarringtonbrown.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecarringtonbrown/?hl=en Connect with Ashley Brown Website: https://www.datingwithpurpose.org Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/AshleyEmpowers?app=desktop LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleytbrown Website: https://www.ashleyempowers.com/  
7/27/202244 minutes, 12 seconds
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How To Build A Money Making Virtual Assistant Business with Annalisa Abell

Virtual assistant jobs are the perfect solution for someone who wants to work from home and make extra money. You can start earning money as a VA and grow your career as you gain experience. To help us navigate and build a career as a VA is Annalisa Abell. She has built a six-figure virtual assistant business of her own and she also helped hundreds of other people do the same.    What You Will Learn: What is a virtual assistant? Qualifications for a virtual assistant. Characteristics you need to possess to be good as a virtual assistant. How to make yourself available to clients. How to make money. Rough estimate for virtual assistant earnings. Customer service tips and connecting with clients. Apps, tools, and purchases for virtual assistants.  Annalisa’s testimonial on her newfound career.   Resources Mentioned Annalisa's Virtual Assistant Bootcamp (Use Code hisandher for 70% off) Crush My Mortgage Course Debt Freedom Blueprint
7/20/202231 minutes, 46 seconds
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How Steven Stack Became a Debt Free Millionaire By Age 31

In today's show, Steven Stack, a successful real estate investor who became a millionaire at the age of 31 and is passionate about helping people build their own financial journey, takes us through his journey to becoming a successful entrepreneur. He talks about the different ways we can educate ourselves in attaining our financial goals and the strategies to achieve them. Tune in to learn more!   What You Will Learn: Steven’s financial upbringing led him to where he is today The next level of financial thinking Making the sacrifices to reach your financial goals The financial moves that maximize your sacrifices The ways to educate yourself in achieving your financial goals Tips to stand out in real estate investment Strategies to find properties in other states Advice to people trying to build their own financial journey   Resources Debt Freedom Blueprint  The Next Millionaire Next Door   Connect with Steven Stack: Website: https://www.stevenlstack.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stackingwithstack/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stackingwithstack Twitter: https://twitter.com/stevenlstack
7/13/202255 minutes, 55 seconds
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No Crowns In The Castle with Kendall & Fantasia Taylor

Today, we are joined by Kendall and Fantasia Taylor, couples on a mission to strengthen marriages. They met in 2014 and had a very intuitive agreement, and they're here to share with us how as a couple doing things the God’s way, joining accounts and how that has helped their accountability with their finances.  Kendall Taylor is a German-American businessman husband to Fantasia, a famous American R&B singer, songwriter, actress, and author. They’ve joined together to co-author their book “No crowns in the castle.” Through their book, they describe a godly marriage and offer faith-based and Biblical relationship guidance to readers.   What You Will Learn: Why it's essential in marriage to join together and be one. Relearning individual lessons, preferences, and each other as entrepreneurs. How to incorporate the leading of the holy spirit into all the different areas in each other's lives. Mutual submission in marriage. How to apply their book's "no crowns in the castle" idea to marriages. Fantasia elaborates on why she loves being a wife and a mother more than a singer. How social media has social-engineered and trained us into being impatient. What to expect from their book “no crowns in the castle.” Resources Mentioned: No Crowns in the Castle by Kendall Taylor and Fantasia Taylor Debt Freedom Blueprint Legal & General America Connect with Kendall Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/salute1st/ Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/salute1st Connect with Fantasia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tasiasword/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/FantasiaVEVO Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Fantasia Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/tasiasword
7/6/202259 minutes, 13 seconds
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How to Create a Profitable Merchandise Brand George Acheampong

Do you want to start a successful clothing brand or merchandise business? Do you want to earn extra money in your spare time? We’ve got a great discussion on entrepreneurship lined up for you. This episode will help you understand the vast opportunities of building a merchandising business. By taking action, being proactive, and being willing to learn from others along the way, you can make your business a success. In addition to helping you develop your entrepreneurial mindset, this episode will also help you explore the merchandise branding business and translate your passion into a valuable service. We are joined by George Acheampong, an entrepreneur, investor, finance, and business thought leader. He shares step-by-step instructions, personal experiences and insights from his successful merchandise branding business, and relevant resources. His insight is a valuable resource for anyone considering starting a clothing business or just learning more about how to succeed at running one.   What You Will Learn: The precursor to entrepreneurship and what you need to know. George’s journey to starting a merchandising business. The pros and cons of the merchandise business. Advice on finding a freelancer on Fiverr. Print-on-demand service on Shopify. Evolution of George’s print-on-demand service. Where do people go wrong with paid advertising? Advice on trademarking and protecting your designs. Tips on setting up a presale Creating a social media presence for your brand.  Resources Mentioned: Fiverr Shopify Printify Printful Melanin Money Website: https://www.melaninandmoney.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa1AU4m48UkKPGi1wK70Atg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_melaninmoney_/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melaninmoneyofficial/ Connect with George Website: https://georgeacheampong.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gracheampong/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/georgeacheampongjr/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgeacheampong  
6/29/20221 hour, 1 minute, 10 seconds
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Real Life, Real Love With Dj Envy And Gia Casey

Today, we are joined by Dj Envy and his wife, Gia Casey, who share the inspiration behind their new book “Real Life Real Love.” A little history about them, they met when they were both teenagers attending the same high school, twenty-five years later, and they are more committed to one another. Gia and Dj Envy share their love story in Real Life, Real Love, with astounding openness, piercing honesty, and a healthy dose of humor. It's a gripping story about how to grow as a couple, an idealistic roadmap for people looking for the same unconditional love in their relationships, and an in-depth look at how to stay equals in their marriages.   Resources Mentioned: Real Life, Real Love Book The Breakfast Club Radio Show The Casey Crew Connect with DJ Envy Instagram  Twitter Youtube Connect with Gia Casey Instagram  Facebook
6/22/202229 minutes, 11 seconds
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How To Win The Wealth Game With Julien And Kiersten Saunders

In this episode, we are joined by Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders, couples and co-authors of the fantastic book Cashing Out: Win the Wealth Game by Walking Away. They’ve been married for six years.  In this episode, our guests touched on several key areas to achieving financial stability and more understanding of money issues. Through their new book Cashing Out, they explain the wealth game. The Wealth Game is a game designed to help you gain financial insight as it relates to your life.  Their goal is to inspire better money conversations with partners.   What You Will Learn: Why you should try the wealth game. What winning looks like. Being willing to accept opposing truths. Our guests elaborate on chapter 6 of their book, “Whatever You Think, Think Bigger.” Executing your bigger thoughts to achieve financial stability. Putting your money to work. Thinking and controlling what you do. What to expect from the cashing out book.   Resources Mentioned: Cashing out: Win the wealth game by walking away Rich and Regular blog Watch Rich and Regular shows Rich and Regular podcast
6/15/202250 minutes, 12 seconds
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Becoming A Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur with Phil and Shae Bynes

"Being a God Driven Entrepreneur" will help you master the ability to build a profitable and successful business from sound biblical principles. You will discover how much it takes to be effective and how to chart a course for your future prosperity.    Welcome to the His and Hers podcast! We are joined by husband and wife Phil and Shae Bynes, founders of the Kingdom Driven LLC. Since they were 16, they've been together and are blessed with three daughters. Here to share with us about just the journey, the goodness of doing business, and partnership with God.  Being God Driven Entrepreneur is about empowering and equipping Christian business owners to utilize their gifts, talents, and resources for the Glory of God. It is about seeing God at work through everyday Christian business owners who use their gifts, talents, and resources to glorify God in their daily lives. Whether as a single mom balancing life, family, and work or a business owner starting that dream business.   What You Will Learn: Understanding how God works. How to allow the Holy Spirit to lead us into our truth. Cultivating an intimate relationship with God. Getting the revelation of God’s love. The impact and influence we have on others. How to deal with complicated situations. Trying to solve a problem alone versus getting a solution from God. How to cultivate your faith. Asking God identity questions about yourself.  Common issues for entrepreneurs.    Resources Mentioned: Website: https://kingdomdrivenentrepreneur.com/ Debt Freedom Blueprint Shae’s Book Grace over Grind - how grace will take your business where grinding can’t.  Connect with Phil and Shae Bynes  Shae  Facebook: https://shaebynes.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shaebynes Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shaebynes/?hl=en Phil LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/philbynes Twitter: https://twitter.com/phil4massage  
6/8/202245 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Super Serious Guide to Modern Money Management with Joe Saul Sehy and Emily Guy Birkin

Welcome to the His & Her Money Show! It’s not the easiest thing in the world to manage. We get it, especially if you’re broke or just getting by or owe too many banks a bunch of money. That's why we got expert financial advisors Emily Guy Birken and Joe Saul-Sehy with us. They give us their best advice on managing finances, making investments, and saving money. Now we're sharing (some of) their secrets and experiences with you. Stay tuned and learn how to stop the circle of debt, build generational wealth, and take dominion over your money and life.   What You Will Learn: The importance of setting goals and how goals interact with each other How you should approach savings and investments How to use language when talking about money The importance of having a proper conversation when it comes to savings and investments How to handle financial conversation inside relationships, marriages, and even singleness Embracing technology  into your processes   Resources Mentioned: Stacked: Your Super-Serious Guide to Modern Money Management by Emily Guy Birken and Joe Saul-Sehy Debt Freedom Blueprint Financial Apps:  Qube Money YNAB Tiller Money Marcus Insights (formerly clarity money) Connect with Emily Guy Birken Website: https://www.emilyguybirken.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/emilyguybirken LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-guy-birken-845b0b18a/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorEmilyGuyBirken/ Connect with Joe Saul-Sehy Stacking Benjamin Podcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/averagejoemoney Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/averagejoemoney/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-saul-sehy-b3426b31/
6/1/202242 minutes, 54 seconds
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Creating Passive Income Through Online Courses with George Pitts

Do you want to learn how to make passive income from creating a successful online course? In this episode, we are joined by George Pitts, aka Mr. Monetize Everything, an online business coach and strategist.  He works with coaches, content creators, and 9-5 professionals, teaching them how to turn their knowledge into profits with digital products or services. He focuses on how to scale businesses, sell them, price them, and even build systems clients need. Building a passive income takes work and knowledge. Having the correct information, resources, and tools is crucial in building your passive income. The Online Course Business is the perfect way to generate a passive income. In this episode, George teaches us how he made a successful online education business from his home.   What You Will Learn: The power of creating courses. How to strategize and approach the conversation of creating online courses with your spouse. An excellent idea to produce an additional source of income. How to identify and validate a course topic.  Advice for people struggling with multiple ideas. How long does it take to complete a course? The forms of online courses. How to grow your audience. The difference between google and youtube information versus an actual course.   Resources Mentioned: Enroll in George Pitt course - Courses to Profits Debt Freedom Blueprint Facebook Side Hustle Course Connect with George Pitts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrmonetizeeverything/?hl=en Website: https://mrgeorgepitts.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrGeorgePitts
5/25/202251 minutes, 26 seconds
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What Are Stock Splits and Are They a Good Investment? with Kevin L. Matthews II

In this episode, we are joined by Kevin L. Matthews II, a former Financial Advisor and best-selling author. His job is to make investing simple. Kevin explains the meaning of a stock split and how investors can leverage that and grow their businesses. He also shares some insights on the big companies offering stock splits soon and how to choose the best for your investment. Tune in to learn more on this and other exciting topics!   What You Will Learn: The meaning of stock split The recent companies doing stock split How to evaluate whether the stock split is an opportunity for you as an investor How to get comfortable with the stock market The upcoming Tesla stock split About Alphabet and the twenty to one stock split The exact time to take advantage of the stock split The go-to apps for the fractional share game The Shopify stock split The investor’s toolkit that Kevin has created The things you should know when considering a stock split About the book: From Burning to Blueprint   Resources Mentioned: From Burning to Blueprint: Rebuilding Black Wall Street After a Century of Silence by Kevin L. Matthews II Debt Freedom Blueprint Connect with Kevin L. Matthews II: Website: https://www.buildingbread.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BuildingBread Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buildingbread/ YouTube: shorturl.at/kJMR8
5/18/202229 minutes, 38 seconds
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How to Get Organized With Your Money with Alaina Fingal

It’s no big secret that life doesn’t always go the way we want it to. We’ve got surprises popping out around corners everywhere, and sometimes the plans that we have set out can get derailed. But something that can keep us a little bit more “life ready” and put together is simple — organization!  Needless to say, the same goes for finances. If you’re already elbow deep in spreadsheets and planners, keep powering on. Moreover, if you fall into the other category, where your organizational skills aren’t quite up to what they could be, then you’re in just the right place! On today’s episode of the His & Her Money Show, we’ve got one of our personal favorites tuning in with us today, and we can’t wait to share the conversation! Alaina Fingal, aka The Organized Money, is a financial organization guru helping others get their work/life balance, their money, and themselves together to be successful!   What You Will Learn Why we need to start (and keep!) healthy financial habits. How Alaina built her own personal finance organization plan. Savings vs. debt payoff, and how Alaina and her husband figured it out. The highs and lows of budgeting. How Alaina and her husband get the kids involved in the family finances.   Resources Mentioned Alaina’s YouTube Channel TheOrganizedMoney.com Alaina’s Etsy Store The Organized U Membership Debt Freedom Blueprint Legal & General America  
5/11/202240 minutes, 12 seconds
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A Mother's Guide To Raising Herself with Sarah Bragg

It goes without saying that becoming a parent is no small undertaking! There's a lot to do and keep up with. Even the best of us can find ourselves getting overwhelmed.  In our society, mothers, in particular, are expected to seamlessly juggle the legwork of daily life as well as navigate the ins and outs of motherhood.  And with unrealistic expectations of perfection, even the slightest blip can feel like a failure. If you've ever found yourself feeling this way, know that you're not alone -- and we're here to help! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Sarah Bragg has joined us! Through her personal journeys, she's learned so much that she can't hold back from sharing with the world! Most recently, she's doing so with her newest book, A Mother's Guide To Raising Herself, and today she's giving us the juicy details and some must-hear advice!   What You Will Learn Breaking down the "supermom" myth. How Sarah realized that her initial views of motherhood were steering her wrong. Unpacking common pressures from society and even ourselves.   Resources Mentioned A Mother's Guide To Raising Herself: What Parenting Taught Me About Life, Faith, And Myself by Sarah Bragg  Debt Freedom Blueprint Facebook Side Hustle
5/4/202230 minutes, 43 seconds
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How to Find Balance and Position Yourself to Do All Things Well with Toure Roberts

In this episode, we will be discussing whether it is possible to pursue and attain a work-life balance. Finding a work-life balance can be pretty challenging. It's hard to achieve that perfect 50/50 split where you can spend equal amounts of time doing the things you love and being there for the people in your life that mean the most. We are glad to be joined by Pastor Touré Roberts, an Author and Founder of one of the most influential faith and empowerment congregations in the world, ONE. Tune in as Pastor Touré dives into making us understand balancing life. Loving yourself first and prioritizing yourself first does not take away from those you love. It is giving your best to those you love.   What You Will Learn: Understand what it means to live a balanced life. What to expect on the journey to obtaining a balanced life. How to make sure your alone time does not offend your spouse or kids. How to navigate conversations concerning balance with your spouse and everyone achieve what they need. How to make the most of your time and ensure that you're doing what you need to do in order to return to your life full of energy and ready to engage and be a new version of yourself. How to overcome the guilt associated with a balanced life. Robert's most significant benefit through his journey in achieving balance.. How to Pursue a balanced life in a blended family. Resources Mentioned: Legal & General America Debt Freedom Blueprint Book: Balance: Positioning Yourself to Do All Things Well Touré Roberts   Connect with Pastor Touré  Website: https://www.toureroberts.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/toureroberts/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TOUREROBERTS Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ToureRoberts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/toureroberts/
4/26/202238 minutes, 22 seconds
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How To Make Money Simple and Live a Rich Life with Bob and Linda Lotich

What would it be like to live debt-free? To give more than you ever thought possible? To use your money for the causes and passions that matter most instead of spending it on things you don't need?  Money is a subject many people avoid. It's a conversation killer. But money is an unavoidable fact of life, and it can be an incredible source of joy. More than that, God gave money to us in abundance to enjoy Him. In this episode, we are blessed to be joined by husband and wife Bob and Linda Lotich from Seedtime.com. As a visionary, you have a vision that you see in your mind and how things should go. Our guests share the process of becoming synergetic, adjusting, bending, and re-mixing the vision a little bit to simplify their money journey. Being in unity in this area and having peace in marriage allows you both to be alive in money-making.   What You’ll Learn: Putting your identity in the right place. The concept behind the idea of “simple money, rich life.” The formula of earning all you can, saving all you can, and giving as much as you can as you enjoy it. How to approach the journey of creating a life where simple money rich life does become your mantra. Being ready to change and the willingness to try something new. Steps to begin making money feel simple. Uncovering what's going on, identifying the problem, and making appropriate decisions at that moment. Why giving is an essential component of your financial plan to grow wealth. How to use wisdom in giving without compromising your well-being. Inviting God in your financial process and following his instructions along the way.   Resources Mentioned: Simple Money, Rich Life Book Legal & General America   Debt Freedom Blueprint Seedtime Website Bob LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/boblotich Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/boblotich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boblotich/ Linda Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindaroselotich/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/lindalotich  
4/20/202249 minutes, 17 seconds
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Achieve Financial Freedom by Investing in Multifamily Real Estate with Brandon Turner

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Brandon Turner from BiggerPockets and the BiggerPockets podcast is joining us to spread the word on real estate investing! Ever since he first dipped his toes in the real estate waters, Brandon was hooked, and 15 years later has grown his business to roughly 2500 rental properties. So, how did he do it? Keep listening and find out! In college, Brandon was renting out rooms to other students, and from there, he got serious about the real estate investment industry. After all, what wasn't to love? He realized he could essentially live for free! From there, he moved onto multifamily properties, and he hasn't looked back since!  Needless to say, Brandon is killing the real estate game, and today he's dropping some wisdom on the subject for all of our listeners who might be interested in the growing world of real estate investment. Brandon also lets us know all about his brand new book, The Multifamily Millionaire, Volume I!    What You Will Learn How Brandon got started in the real estate investment industry. What is house hacking? Finding the best real estate agent for you and your business. Tips and tricks to starting your real estate investment journey.   Resources Mentioned BiggerPockets BiggerPockets Podcast  The Multifamily Millionaire, Volume I: Achieve Financial Freedom By Investing In Small Multifamily Real Estate by Brandon Turner  loopnet.com zillow.com trulia.com realtor.com Debt Freedom Blueprint  Facebook Side Hustle Course   
4/13/202248 minutes, 44 seconds
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Tips On How To Set Up Your Business Up Properly with Erika Kullberg

Starting up your own business doesn't just stop at having a great idea. There's a whole other side to it that's probably not the first thing you think of -- and that's PROTECTING your business. Privacy policies? Terms and conditions? Disclaimers? There's a whole lot to learn about not just getting our businesses off the ground, but keeping them safe too! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Erika Kullberg is joining us to drop all kinds of nuggets for business owners on exactly how to keep the hustle going strong! Erika is an attorney, entrepreneur, YouTuber, and personal finance guru. She faithfully uses her platform on social media to educate others on the ins and outs of business ownership with practical, accessible advice, enabling small business owners to grow and succeed financially! It's no secret that understanding the legal side of things can be a little daunting. However, that's where Erika comes in! It's all about preparing yourself and your business for worst-case scenarios and using the proper channels to do so.    What You Will Learn Common mistakes that entrepreneurs make. Personal branding. Why Erika decided to use her platform and legal background to help small business owners. Navigating social media as a business owner. The basics of patents and trademarks.   Resources Mentioned Erika's YouTube Channel  Erikakullberg.com Erika’s Legal Bundle Erika’s Trademark Bundle  Erika’s YouTube Course  Debt Freedom Blueprint M1 Finance   
4/8/202240 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Complete Playbook To First Time Home Buying with Scott Trench and Mindy Jensen

Real estate is a big deal. It's everywhere. Real estate isn't just where we live, it's where we work, where we play, and even where we vacation. On top of that, purchasing a house and stepping into homeownership is a big part of the American dream as we know it, so chances are you've probably thought about it before. There's another aspect of house buying too, and one that we've featured on His & Her Money a time or two already: real estate investment! With so much going on in the world of real estate, where do you begin? Right here! On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've brought in the experts on the subject! Scott and Mindy from the BiggerPockets family are two of the best to turn to with all your real estate questions!     What You Will Learn Investing in single-family houses vs. multifamily houses. The house buying process, broken down. Making your best real estate investment strategy. Mindy and Scott's tips to picking the right properties.   Resources Mentioned BiggerPockets.com BiggerPockets Money Podcast The House Hacking Strategy: How To Use Your Home To Achieve Financial Freedom  by Craig Curelop First-Time Home Buyer: The Complete Playbook to Avoiding Rookie Mistakes by Scott Trench & Mindy Jensen Debt Freedom Blueprint M1Finance
3/24/202238 minutes, 42 seconds
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How to Legally and Ethically Pay Less Taxes Michel Valbrun and Sheneya Wilson

You know what they say about death and taxes: two things that are sure in this life. Tax season rolls around every year, and it's safe to say that the majority of us aren't too excited about it. You've probably wondered how nice it would be to not have to hand over those dollars, but when you think about saving money on taxes, the first thing that springs to mind might be...well, fraud. But no worries -- that doesn't have to be the case! Today on the His & Her Money Show, public accountants Michel Valbrun and Sheneya Wilson are in the house! It should be no surprise that Michel and Sheneya are both financial planning superstars in their own rights.    What You Will Learn Some of the tax deductions you should be looking into. Finding the right CPA for you. Michel's "ignorance tax" theory, and how to combat it! Different ways business owners can start cutting tax costs today. How Sheneya and Michel found their financial grooves. The rundown on write-offs, assets, and more!   Resources Mentioned Financial Freedom Bundle Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America   
3/15/202249 minutes, 58 seconds
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Maximizing Your Single Season with Anthony Oneal

We are a transient society that is always on the go. While there are many benefits to this lifestyle, there is one major drawback: it's tough to build generational wealth when you're constantly moving from one place to another. If you want to break the cycle of debt and start building wealth for your family, you need to focus on maximizing your single season. Do you need a step-by-step roadmap to start your journey to financial freedom? Then you are at the right place. On today’s episode of the His & Her Money Show, we’ve got one of our personal favorites tuning in with us today, and we can’t wait to share the conversation! Anthony Oneal, is a motivational speaker, author, and influencer. He impacts people by helping them leverage their productivity and generating more income. Oneal mainly focuses on helping single people maximize their single seasons by avoiding debts and guiding them to attaining financial freedom. What You Will Learn Common areas that people make mistakes in maximizing their single seasons Importance of focusing on maximizing your finances when you are single Impact of cultural influence on singles’ finances The role of spirituality in maximizing your single season How Anthony Oneal went about maximizing his single-season Importance of having mentors during your single season   Resources Mentioned The Singles BluePrint Course/Community Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America    
3/2/202235 minutes, 24 seconds
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How Von and Elize Hustled and Grinded Their Way To Debt Freedom!

Today on the His & Her Money Show, we're talking with a couple who knows all about that! The Mitchells were actually one of our "in the middle" guests back in 2019 when they first came on the show, because back then, they weren't quite done with their debt-free journey. So today, we're following up with Von and Elize for an update on how it's all going, and it's definitely going well!   What You Will Learn How Von and Elize achieved financial freedom! Military benefits that might help on the debt-free journey. Managing finances during a pandemic. A look into Von and Elize's real estate investment journey.   Resources Mentioned Debt Freedom Blueprint  M1Finance  
2/28/202254 minutes, 42 seconds
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When Making Others Happy Is Making You Miserable! with Karen Ehman

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Karen Ehrman sat down with us to let everybody know about her brand new book and share some tips, advice, and words of encouragement!  Michigan native Karen is a writer for Proverbs 31 Ministries and a New York best-selling author with several titles under her belt, and this is your chance to get an in-depth look at her latest book, When Making Others Happy Is Making You Miserable!   What You Will Learn God-pleasing vs. people-pleasing, and recognizing the difference. How Karen learned to say no! Easy tips for deciding when to say yes. A look into the meaning behind Karen's latest book.   Resources Mentioned When Making Others Happy Is Making You Miserable by Karen Ehman Proverbs 21 Ministries  Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America  
2/21/202235 minutes, 45 seconds
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Baby Steps Millionaires with Dave Ramsey

If you’ve been a listener of our show for a while, you’ve probably heard the name Dave Ramsey dropped here and there, from our entrepreneur success stories and debt elimination stories alike. Dave Ramsey is a prominent voice in the personal finance community and a personal mentor of our own for quite some time — and today we can’t be more excited to be talking with the man himself! We’re serving up a very special episode of the His & Her Money Show for everybody, and we can’t wait to get into it! Dave is a media star, bestselling author, and obviously, a personal finance guru who's been busy helping thousands on thousands of individuals realize and conquer their financial goals for decades. Sitting down with us today, Dave wants to spread the word on his latest book, BABY STEPS MILLIONAIRES: HOW ORDINARY PEOPLE BUILT EXTRAORDINARY WEALTH—AND HOW YOU CAN TOO.   What You Will Learn A look into the obstacles of achieving personal wealth. The lesson behind Dave’s latest book BABY STEPS MILLIONAIRES. Unpacking the concept and reality of being a millionaire. Reasons and ways to change your mindset and get on the fast track to building financial wealth. The truth behind “getting rich quick”.   Resources Baby Steps Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth—And How You Can Too by Dave Ramsey Smart Money Smart Kids: Raising The Next Generation To Win With Money by Dave Ramsey and Rachel Cruze  Legal & General America  Debt Freedom Blueprint  
2/12/202235 minutes, 58 seconds
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Building A Real Estate Empire with Wholesaling as a Couple with Dedric and Krystle Polite

For today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got one of those couples taking the mic and sharing their story. Dedric and Krystal Polite are entrepreneurs and real estate superstars, and here to take us to church on the world of real estate investing.  Sometimes the real estate market can be tricky. Furthermore, it can be a little intimidating for anybody out there thinking about putting their toes in the waters. However, the Polites has made it their mission to coach and educate others towards what could definitely be the wealth-building opportunity of a lifetime!   What You Will Learn The ins and outs of breaking into the real estate investment industry. How Dedric and Krystal discovered their love for real estate. Why it's important to understand marketing strategy. Being business partners with your life partner, and how Dedric and Krystal make it work! Purchasing and flipping properties: why, how, and where to start.   Resources Mentioned Driving For Dollars Course politeproperties.com youtube.com/bepolite Debt Freedom Blueprint Legal & General America  
1/26/202255 minutes, 52 seconds
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Tax Deductions For Business Owners And Side-Hustlers with Carter Cofield

On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, Carter Cofield is back! We always love having Carter on the show, and a lot of you probably already know what he's all about. But for those just getting to know him for the first time, Carter is a CPA and financial educator, sharing his tax-saving strategies and dropping the content we all want to hear: how YOU could be living tax-free as an entrepreneur and investor!   What You Will Learn Key points of marriage and entrepreneurship. Carter explains how entrepreneurs and investors benefit from the tax code. Tips for digitalizing receipts and records. Getting creative and finding tax cuts in your personal life!   Resources Mentioned Tax-Free Living eBook  Debt Freedom Blueprint Legal & General America  
1/19/202236 minutes, 57 seconds
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How to Use Every Dollar You Spend, Earn, and Save as a Force for Change with Tanja Hester

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Tanja Hester is with us! The former political consultant is no stranger to the show. And we've got her back AGAIN to drop more truths for everybody listening at home.  Today she's speaking on her newest book, WALLET ACTIVISM, and handing out tips and advice for taking up the reins and taking charge of your life -- financially, socially, and beyond! From politics to personal finance, Tanja has worn multiple hats across her career and has drawn so much wisdom from it all that she can't wait to share! With a big passion for switching up the status quo, Tanja can probably sum up her goals in a simple universal way. She wants to see change in our communities -- positive, impactful change -- and she wants you to know that the first place we can start is with ourselves!   What You Will Learn Tanja tells us all about her latest book, WALLET ACTIVISM: HOW TO USE EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND, EARN, AND SAVE AS A FORCE FOR CHANGE. How investing, saving, and voting can all play into a better future. Index funds: what they are and how to get started. A glimpse into disparities and systemic struggles that black communities face on a daily basis. The importance of using personal wealth to uplift others.   Resources Mentioned ournextlife.com Wallet Activism: How to Use Every Dollar You Spend, Earn, and Save as a Force For Change by Tanja Hester  Debt Freedom Blueprint M1Finance   
1/5/202229 minutes, 32 seconds
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Revelation of Royalty: Rediscovering Your Royalty Identity in Christ with Bill Winston

When you hear the term soul searching, it probably doesn't sound like something you want to spend a lot of time doing. In fact, you might not want anything to do with it at all! But sometimes we have to look deep and figure out why we do the things that we do and move the ways that we move, what inspires us, motivates us, and what might be holding us back. And sometimes that's a spiritual journey with more waiting for us at the other side than we could have imagined. For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Dr. Bill Winston is joining us for a conversation packed with wisdom, sound advice, and SO many gold nuggets that he's dropping for you today! We've been followers of Bill for years and couldn't be happier to have him on the show, or more excited for our listeners to get in on everything he has to offer on life, faith, and business.   Resources Mentioned Revelation of Royalty by Bill Winston billwinston.org Joseph Business School Debt Freedom Blueprint M1Finance  
12/29/202138 minutes, 43 seconds
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How Erika Built A Million Dollar Real Estate Portfolio with Airbnb's and Rental Properties in Atlanta

It's a big deal for us that everybody finds the career that's best for them, and it's no secret that we're huge champions of entrepreneurship! Testing the entrepreneurship waters makes it possible to try out all sorts of opportunities, from small local businesses to real estate, and you might just find the one that can set you up for life! Today on the His & Her Money Show, we've got mom, wife, and real estate guru Erika Brown on the show! Erika is a no-excuses entrepreneur, and we love her story so much. She wears a whole lot of hats, owning a property management company and a landscaping company, and she and her husband manage a diverse Atlanta real estate portfolio of 17 units. So, obviously, Erika knows exactly what she's talking about, and spreading some of her knowledge today! Back in the day, Erika was working a bank job fresh out of college as a new mom. While she was there, she got curious about money and started putting together the patterns of the wealthy people she encountered. Something a lot of her bank customers had in common? Real estate!  That's when the concept of real estate investment first came onto Erika's radar, and so when she and her husband decided to purchase their first income property, they were on a mission -- and it's safe to say it all turned out! Today, Erika and her husband have grown an impressive real estate portfolio dealing in long-term rentals, Airbnbs, and more, and we can't wait for you to hear all about how they made it happen!   What You Will Learn Beginner advice to breaking into the real estate industry. How Erika and her husband started their real estate empire. What is real estate investment as a whole? Different ways Erika and her husband expanded their business.   Resources Mentioned Erika Brown & Associates Erika's Real Estate Investing Cohort Erika on Instagram Debt Freedom Blueprint  Facebook Side Hustle Course   
12/22/202145 minutes, 59 seconds
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Holier Than Thou: How God's Holiness Helps Us Trust Him with Jackie Hill Perry

As Christians, each and every one of us carries our faith differently. There's no one size fits all path to serving God, but unfortunately, sometimes within the church or even just within our communities there may be underlying pressures or patterns that we feel the need to adhere to, even if it's what we know deep down may not be the right path for us. The question is, how do we break free and be our authentic selves while being authentic in our faith? Well, keep listening and you might just find some answers! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're very excited to have Jackie Hill Perry at the mic with us today! Jackie has recently dropped her latest book, HOLIER THAN THOU: HOW GOD'S HOLINESS HELPS US TRUST HIM, and she's here to let us know all about it!   What You Will Learn Jackie talks us through the premise of her new book, Holier Than Thou! What is idolatry? Why Jackie realized it was important to start her ministry and share her words with the world. The idea of holiness, and why it's unattainable.   Resources Mentioned Holier Than Thou: How God's Holiness Helps Us Trust Him by Jackie Hill Perry Debt Freedom Blueprint  Facebook Side Hustle
12/15/202129 minutes, 54 seconds
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Big, Bold, and Beautiful: Owning the Woman God Made You to Be with Kierra Sheard-Kelly

Sometimes, like it or not, we may doubt ourselves. As we scroll through social media and see all the Instagram posts of everybody else out there hustling and succeeding in life, even without realizing it we can be psyching ourselves out with too many of the "what if" questions.  Furthermore, we could even be holding ourselves back from opportunities that we should be grabbing with both hands. Of course, that kind of self-confidence doesn't just show up overnight. Sometimes it can be a process, and thankfully, we've got people out here in the world who know just how to help us along! For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've brought in Grammy Award-winning singer Kierra Sheard-Kelly to tell us all about what she's got going on. This includes her body-inclusive clothing line AND her brand new book, Big, Bold, and Beautiful: Owning the Woman God Made You to Be!   What You Will Learn Making time for self-care, and why it's important. Finding our confidence while staying humble. The life lesson that changed Kierra's whole mindset around! Budgeting and smart finance tips.   Resources Mentioned Iamkierrasheard.com Big, Bold, and Beautiful: Owning the Woman God Made You to Be by Kierra Sheard-Kelly Eleven60 Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America  
12/1/202140 minutes, 23 seconds
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Discover The Secret to Prayer with Kyle DiRoberts

For many of our Christian listeners, prayer is very likely an important part of your life. But sometimes even the most devout can find themselves struggling to balance their faith, and more specifically, struggling with prayer.  For some of you, you might be new to prayer completely. But no worries -- His & Her Money is coming through with an episode that might just help you out! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're bringing in Dr. Kyle DiRoberts to shed some light on the subject of prayer. Kyle is a devoted husband and father of three and the department chair and associate professor of Bible theology at Arizona Christian University.    What You Will Learn Things you can do daily to rebuild your prayer connection. Kyle's tips to staying focused and humble. Healthy routines for impassioned and intentional prayer.   Resources Mentioned The Secret to Prayer: 31 Days to a More Intimate Relationship with God by Kyle DiRoberts kylediroberts.com twitter.com/kdiroberts Debt Freedom Blueprint M1Finance 
11/17/202129 minutes, 15 seconds
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Redefine Wealth For Yourself with Patrice C. Washington

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're unpacking the pursuit of wealth with Patrice Washington! If you've spent some time in the personal finance community, you probably already know her. Patrice is a best-selling author, personal finance expert, and one of our day ones, and we couldn't be more excited to have her on the show with us today, spreading her wisdom for all our listeners! Through her latest book, Redefine Wealth For Yourself: How to Stop Chasing Money and Finally Live Your Life's Purpose, Patrice is on a mission to do just that: redefine wealth! She wants everybody out there to know that wealth building isn't just about stacking up as much money as you can in the shortest amount of time.  It's a personal journey of self-discipline, self-awareness, and self-care. As we run ourselves ragged chasing dollars, we might be missing the big picture, and not taking care of our minds and our bodies in the same way we're taking care of our bank accounts, and that's not the move!   What You Will Learn Unpacking outdated ideas of wealth. Why hustling and grinding might be good for your bank account but bad for your health. Patrice's tips to living fulfilling lives, through finances, relationships, and more. The importance of practicing self-care and making time for ourselves.   Resources Mentioned patricewashington.com Patrice on Instagram Redefine Wealth For You: How to Stop Chasing Money and Finally Live Your Life's Purpose by Patrice Washington Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America 
11/10/202140 minutes, 9 seconds
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How to Turn Your Car Into a Money Making Asset

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got George and Brian on the line to tell us all about a side hustle you might have never thought of before! George, The Wealthy G, has his hand in a few different pots, from real estate investing to consulting, and Brian is known as The infamous CPA for his amazing work in finances. And these guys have something big in common: the car rental business! The world is a busy place, and obviously, transportation plays a big role. Most of the time it seems like we're always out here with all these places to go, but sometimes -- such as life during the pandemic -- we find ourselves with vehicles sitting in our driveways, going nowhere and costing us money month-to-month. Luckily, there are so many ways to put your extra cars to work, from Uber and Lyft and beyond, and Brian and George know all about it! During this episode, they tell us about how they broke into the car rental business, layout the numbers, and provide practical advice and tricks of the trade to starting your own car rental business straight out of your own driveway. This is a great one, and we hope you glean as much as possible from Brian and George and get your latest side hustle on the road!   What You Will Learn How George and Brian decided to break into the car rental business. Smart car purchasing. Why it's important to have multiple streams of income. How and why car rentals can be a lucrative business for passive income.   Resources Mentioned Care Rental Blueprint Course theinfamouscpa.com Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America   
11/3/202135 minutes, 34 seconds
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How This Couple Got Out of Debt as a United Front

We LOVE a good debt-free story, and that's no big secret here at His and Her Money. Having gone down the road of debt payoff ourselves, using this platform to spread awareness and get our listeners motivated to set out towards financial freedom is important to us.  So many of you guys are out here killing the game when it comes to fighting back against debt, and we love to hear it -- and we know you do too! So, today on the His and Her Money Show, we're bringing you, yes, another debt freedom story! This time RJ and Anjie from Rich By Intention stopped by to chat with us about how they paid off their $130,000 debt.  Furthermore, they discuss what they're doing in the financial community to help educate and motivate others to make the same moves!   What You Will Learn How and why RJ and Anjie decided it was time to pay off their debt. Starting the money conversation with your partner, and why it's best sooner rather than later. Increasing your income while paying off your debt. The importance of mindset while on the road to financial freedom. How to tackle debt as a united front with your partner, and stay on the same page financially.   Resources Mentioned richbyintention.com Rich By Intention Podcast Audible Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko Debt Freedom Blueprint M1Finance 
10/27/202134 minutes, 16 seconds
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How Bitcoin Can Be A Game Changer For Black America with Isaiah Jackson

If you've been in the financial space for any time at all, then you've probably heard of cryptocurrencies -- or at the very least, you've at least heard the term Bitcoin bouncing around. Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have been steadily on the rise for years, and just like with most things, the nation is still a little bit divided.  Some of us are all in on the idea of a digital currency, and some of us are skeptical, but a lot of us just haven't been paying attention -- and today we're here to change some of those numbers around! For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've brought in the man with all the answers on this topic for an in-depth conversation on Bitcoin! Isaiah Jackson, the author of Bitcoin & Black America, jumped into the cryptocurrency space back in 2013 and since then has cultivated a wealth of knowledge that he's passionate about sharing across the globe! With his background in tech and education, Isaiah immediately saw the potential that Bitcoin could hold -- particularly how cryptocurrencies, in general, could be a gamechanger for Black Americans.    What You Will Learn What is an NFT? The beginner basics of investing and trading. Why and when Isaiah first started to see the potential in Bitcoin for Black Americans. A brief rundown of how Bitcoin ATMs work. What the rise of cryptocurrencies could mean for the future of money.   Resources Mentioned Isaiah's Twitter  Isaiah's Instagram Bitcoin & Black America by Isaiah Jackson The Gentlemen of Crypto Podcast  Community Crypto Podcast CoinFlip Ethereum Monero  Binance  KuCoin  Uniswap  Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America
10/20/202138 minutes, 37 seconds
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Take Back Your Family with Jefferson Bethke

As you probably already know, not every episode of His & Her Money is ABOUT money, and not all of our guest speakers are financial gurus ready to drop the mic on budgets and debt freedom. Sometimes they have a different claim to fame, be it entrepreneurship, faith-based leadership, or even social media...and sometimes all of the above! On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're talking with Jefferson Bethke! Jefferson is an author and social media star who you've probably already heard of from his YouTube channel, Jeff & Alyssa, where he and his wife post motivational videos and fun family vlogs.  Jefferson has so much to share, and a lot to say about his latest book, Take Back Your Family: From the Tyrants of Burnout, Busyness, Individualism, and the Nuclear Ideal!   What You Will Learn How Jefferson and his wife Alyssa rose to fame on YouTube. A sneak peak into Jefferson's latest book, Take Back Your Family. Jefferson's key tips to a fulfilling life following Jesus. Unpacking the "secrets" to multigenerational wealth.   Resources Mentioned jeffandalyssa.com Take Back Your Family: From the Tyrants of Burnout, Busyness, Individualism, and the Nuclear Ideal by Jefferson Bethke Grandmother's Journal: Memories and Keepsakes For My Grandchild by Blue Streak Debt Freedom Blueprint Facebook Side Hustle Course   
10/13/202139 minutes, 7 seconds
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How Teri Ijeoma Used Trading Stocks To Pay Off All Her Debt!

Stocks are everywhere. All these major companies that you see every single day have stocks, and what you might not realize at first is that those stocks are opportunities for YOU! And yes, we're talking about trading on the stock market.    You might think it takes several years and maybe even several degrees to be proficient in the stock market, and there's definitely work to be put in --but the reality is, with the right education, the right mindset, and maybe a little grit, you can take stock trading to the next level, and your journey might just start today!   For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've brought in our go-to voice on the subject, Teri Ijeoma! Teri is a former elementary school assistant principal turned globe-trotting, stock trading guru.    With 11 years of stock trading experience, she turned her hobby into a multi-million-dollar career, and today she travels the world while working her dream job on her own schedule on her own terms! So, how did it happen? And most importantly, how can it happen for you too? Well, you're about to find out!     WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Long-term vs. short-term investing. Getting past investment fears and building your confidence. A quick look at investment charts. Teri explains brokers, and why you need them! How and when Teri first started out in the stock market. The basics of swing trading, passive investing vs. active investing, and more.     RESOURCES MENTIONED Trade & Travel Course   Teri's Instagram Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America      Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
10/6/202147 minutes, 11 seconds
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How This Couple Paid Off $130k of Debt and Started an Online Beauty Supply Store

Here at His & Her Money, we always champion for couples to be on the same page mentally, spiritually, and of course, financially. Money is a huge part of our day-to-day lives, and when we're sharing our lives with another person.  It's so important to get those financial conversations started sooner rather than later. And we know it's not always easy -- that's why we always bring you the best of the best to speak on it and get you started in the right direction! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're talking to the Vinsons! This is a couple who started talking money straight off the bat, and there's no doubt that it's made a huge difference in their lives moving forward. The results speak for themselves: they were once $130,000, and now they're totally debt-free!   Resources Mentioned Reformed Beauty Supply Facebook Side Hustle Course
9/29/202137 minutes
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How To Use Real Estate Strategically To Pay Off Debt

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're looking at a fresh take on debt freedom from Walter Marshall. At one point, Walter found himself in $115,000 worth of student loan debt, but he and his wife turned it all around through an unexpected way: real estate!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How Walter and his wife used real estate to pay off their $115,000 debt. The basics of equity. Working as a couple to stay on board through your debt payoff journey. The ins and outs of house flipping from a beginner's perspective. Choosing your properties to flip and sell and making a game plan to the best return on investment.   RESOURCES MENTIONED Buy and Live YouTube Channel Debt Freedom Blueprint  M1 Finance   Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
9/22/202130 minutes, 20 seconds
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Get Good With Money with Tiffany Aliche

Money is everywhere -- everywhere! And unfortunately, there are so many people out there who just don't have the tools and financial education to manage their money effectively. Knowing this, there's nothing we love more at His & Her Money than helping our listeners grow their financial education, and of course, handing the mic to the guests that we know can keep the ball rolling! For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we have THE Budgetnista herself throwing out all kinds of facts today. Tiffany Aliche is joining us for a crash course on finances, and this is a woman who knows her stuff!  From kindergarten teacher to New York Times bestselling author, Tiffany has forged her way through the personal finance space and is a superstar of budgeting and beyond, and she wants everybody to be motivated and equipped to live their best financial lives!   What You Will Learn How Tiffany went from a kindergarten teacher to a personal finance guru. The importance of community and not being afraid to ask for help. Unpacking "financial wholeness". Getting into the mindset to get your finances right. Why it's important to eliminate debt. Tiffany's tips to building the budget and savings plan that best fits you and your lifestyle.   Resources Mentioned Thebudgetnista.com Brown Ambition Podcast  Get Good With Money: Ten Simple Steps to Becoming Financially Whole - by Tiffany Aliche Get Good With Money Toolkit  Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America   
9/15/202136 minutes, 57 seconds
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Your Credit Questions Answered with Joanne Gaskin from FICO

If you're spending time in the personal finance space, then you definitely know about credit scores. Keeping on that same path, you also might have heard of FICO scores. So, what are they? Well, there's a lot of information out there on these topics, but some of it might not be the right information for YOU. Or maybe it's just a lot to take in and you're not sure where to start -- but you're in luck, because today, the best place to start is right here! On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we brought in the expert! VP of FICO scores and analytics Joanne Gaskin is here to talk credit scores and so, so much more. Joanne has been with FICO and working on the scores team for over 14 years, so it's pretty obvious that she's the woman to ask when you have ANY questions about FICO -- so that's exactly what we did! Through this conversation, Joanne lays out FICO scores from start to finish -- what they are and why they're important, and how to utilize them to their full potential.    What You Will Learn Busting myths about FICO. FICO scores: what they are, why they matter, and how they come into play. What's in a "good" credit score? How lenders and various organizations utilize FICO scores. Credit scores vs. FICO scores: what's the difference?   Resources Mentioned Score A Better Future FICO Event  Score A Better Future Program  myFICO score calculators  Debt Freedom Blueprint   
9/13/202127 minutes, 24 seconds
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How This Couple Purchased A Home While Getting Out of Debt

Sometimes debt can be overwhelming, and it's not uncommon for those with student loans, consumer debt, or whatever it may be to be unaware of their options when it comes down to paying it all off. So you have to ask yourself: do I want this debt hanging over my head? Am I okay with potentially missing out on opportunities? Or do I want to eliminate the problem and live my life the way I want to, not the way my finances are controlling me? And once you take that first step, it's all about getting down to business! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're bringing you another incredible debt payoff story! Jen Smith dropped by to tell us all about how she and her husband paid off their $78,000 debt in just two years! After her own debt elimination experience, Jen made it a mission through her platform to help educate and motivate others to become debt-free as well!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How Jen and her husband paid off their $78,000 in less than two years Breaking down your spending habits Ways you can get creative while generating income towards your debt payoff The importance of couples working together to pay off their debt Setting realistic goals to keep on the right track How Jen and her husband successfully purchased their home in the middle of their debt payoff   RESOURCES MENTIONED Modern Frugality  Frugal Friends Podcast  The No-Spend Challenge Guide: How to Stop Spending Money Impulsively, Pay Off Debt Fast, and Make Your Finances Fit Your Dreams by Jen Smith   Debt Freedom Blueprint M1 Finance    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
9/8/202137 minutes, 24 seconds
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This Sister Got Out of Debt and Is Encouraging Her Brother To Do The Same

Whether you're thinking about getting out of debt, just starting out on your journey to debt freedom, or even if you've already been there, done that, and are living your best financial life, it's important to us to bring advice, facts, and motivation! As part of that motivation, we love to share a good debt-free story! And what's even better? TWO debt-free stories! On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, it's all in the family! We've got a brother-sister duo on to tell us all about their debt payoff journeys! Khemenec and Patrice Pantin both found themselves locked into debt after college, and they both came to the same exact realization: they wanted to be debt-free, and as soon as possible! Like any siblings, their stories are a little different but very much the same. Patrice graduated as a nurse with over $200,000 in student loans, and today, it's all gone! Khemenec is still working on it, but he's going strong, and they're both eager to share their journeys and how they tackled their debt!   What You Will Learn How and why Khemenec and Patrice both decided to get rid of their debt. Why we should strive to not be enslaved by debt. Creative ways Khemenec and Patrice have supplemented their debt-free journeys. Getting in the right headspace to tackle your debt once and for all!   Resources Mentioned I Was Broke. Now I'm Not by Joseph Sangl   Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life by Henry Cloud and John Townsend   Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America   
9/1/202144 minutes, 2 seconds
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How To Have Crucial Conversations with Your Kids with Jimmy and Kristin Scroggins

Here at His & Her Money, we want to help you guys in all aspects of life -- not just financially. And we know that there are a lot of parents tuning in, and there are so many important conversations about parenting to be had! No child is the same, and no parenting journey looks alike, which is why it's so important that we're communicating with our kids and giving them the education and tools for healthy, fulfilling lives! So, on this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got some experts on the subject! Pastor Jimmy and Kristin Scroggins have been married 27 years, and with eight children aged 12 to 25, they're deep into the parenting game -- and they've learned a thing or two along the way! One thing they're passionate about is sharing all that wisdom, encouragement, and advice with all the other parents out there, and they're doing exactly that through their book, Full Circle Parenting!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN The importance of teaching our children about God's plan. How Jimmy and Kristin created Full Circle Parenting. Why we need to pay close attention to our own behaviors as parents. Different ways we can instill our children with confidence.   RESOURCES MENTIONED Full Circle Parenting: A Guide for Crucial Conversations by Jimmy Scroggins and Kristin Scroggins Family Church  The Mom Village Podcast  Debt Freedom Blueprint  M1 Finance    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
8/25/202138 minutes, 45 seconds
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Finding Hope in the Darkness of Depression with Sarah J. Robinson

With so much going on in the world, some things are talked about more than others, even things that are of equal or even greater importance -- and one of the less-talked-about but still prevalent issues in our society are the stigmas and common misconceptions around mental health and mental illness. The discussion around these topics is getting better, but we're not there yet, and the only way to spread awareness and spark change is to speak up and keep the conversation rolling. On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Sarah J. Robinson is joining us to get serious about mental health. With her new book, I Love Jesus But I Want to Die: Finding Hope in the Darkness of Depression, Sarah is sharing her personal journey and tackling the tough questions around mental health and illnesses, particularly in the Christian church, and providing insight, inspiration, and practical tools and resources for her readers to find a deeper understanding of their mental health.   What You Will Learn How Sarah came to terms with her own mental health. Breaking misconceptions of mental health and illness in the Christian community. Little known signs of depression. Shame, and shaking it off in the face of adversary. Talking to someone who you suspect may be struggling with their mental health. Unpacking why being a "bad Christian" is a harmful ideology.   Resources Mentioned I Love Jesus But I Want to Die: Finding Hope in the Darkness of Depression by Sarah J. Robinson |  Sarahjrobinson.com Debt Freedom Blueprint Legal & General America  
8/18/202137 minutes, 58 seconds
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How Malcolm Destroyed $100k of Debt in Three Years

Something that we want everybody out there to remember is this: getting out of debt is NOT unachievable! Paying off all your debt and living totally debt-free is a wonderful goal to be had. But at the same time, it's easy to look at all these debt-free stories and talk yourself back from the edge. "That could never be me...right?" Well, it could be -- you just have to get started! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're bringing you another amazing debt-free story to get you excited and inspired! This time, Malcolm Hodge is taking the mic to tell us how he busted his $100,000 debt in just three years.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How Malcolm achieved financial freedom. Malcolm’s tips and tricks to staying focused and hitting your debt freedom goals. A quick look at investing for beginners. Finding creative ways to cut costs. How to do smart and efficient research.   RESOURCES MENTIONED Malcolm’s Instagram  Malcolm’s Twitter  Debt Freedom Blueprint  M1 Finance   Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
8/11/202134 minutes, 2 seconds
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This Kind of Love: The Overwhelming Power of Promises, Patience, and Faith by Kaelin and Kyrah Edwards

His & Her Money is a financial podcast, but we like to think we're also a LIFE podcast -- and we love bringing you episodes on everything from marriage to faith and everything in between! We know a lot of you out there might be listening in as a couple. Relationships are a major piece in the fabric of life, and bringing you advice and clarity on relationships of all types is just as important to us as helping you get your budget spreadsheets right! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we were so excited to talk with Kaelin and Kyrah Edwards, two YouTube stars with a brand new book to introduce to all of you! Kaelin and Kyrah, sometimes known as The Edwards Family, are a vlogging couple with over a million subscribers on YouTube, taking their followers on the journey of parenthood on marriage as young adults through their popular lifestyle videos.  And today they're here to tell us all about their journey from social media personalities to newlyweds to parents and break down their book, This Kind of Love: The Overwhelming Power of Promises, Patience, and Faith.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Tips and tricks to navigating marriage as newlyweds at a young age. How Kaelin and Kyrah decided it was time to come out with their book, This Kind of Love! Why and when Kaelin and Kyrah turned to God to guide them through the ups and downs of marriage. Kaelin and Kyrah's journey as newlyweds and up-and-coming YouTube sensations.   RESOURCES MENTIONED kaelinandkyrah.com Kaelin and Kyrah on YouTube This Kind of Love: The Overwhelming Power of Promises, Patience, and Faith by Kaelin and Kyrah Edwards  Growing Together with Kaelin and Kyrah Edwards Podcast  Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
8/5/202146 minutes, 48 seconds
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Investing In Bitcoin For Beginners with Dr. Hans Boateng

Here at His & Her Money, we're all about all things finances, but our viewers might have noticed one hot topic missing from our lineup of financial advice and debt-free stories -- and that's cryptocurrency! It's no secret that cryptocurrency is everywhere and that it's here to stay, and it's a huge subject in the financial space. There's a lot to cover, and we've been holding off on this episode, taking our time and getting it all together, and here we finally are! So it goes without saying that for this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we wanted to bring on the best speaker we know to tackle this topic. Dr. Hans from The Investing Tutor knows his stuff without a doubt, and we encourage you to sit back with some note-taking supplies for this one because he's dropping some gems for us today!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN What is cryptocurrency? Blockchains are explained in depth. How Dr. Hans discovered the world of cryptocurrency. A brief history of bitcoin. Steps that we can all start to take today to close the wealth gap.   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Investing Tutor  CoinMarketCap  Debt Freedom Blueprint  Legal & General America    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
7/28/20211 hour, 24 seconds
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How Mignon Francois turned $5 into 10 Million Dollars by Selling Cupcakes

When we embark on a new entrepreneurship endeavor, there's a lot that we put into it -- and sometimes it might not feel like it's paying off! We see our fellow entrepreneurs on Instagram with big houses and expensive cars and ask ourselves, 'how am I not there yet?!' While the big picture of pulling in big dollars and being your own boss is the light at the end of the tunnel, starting a business is SERIOUS business, and it isn't always easy -- even when you're working for yourself, it's still work! In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, there is so. Much. To learn on the subject! We couldn't be any more excited to welcome our guest Mignon Francios, founder of The Cupcake Collection in New Orleans, for some fantastic conversation on business, life, and everything between. Mignon is a superstar entrepreneur with an amazing journey that she's sharing with us today, and we can't wait for you to hear it!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How Mignon built her business from the ground up. The importance of learning your industry. Getting past "success envy" and paving your own way. Balancing parenthood and business ownership. Obstacles that Mignon overcame while she grew her company. A faith-based approach to entrepreneurship.   RESOURCES MENTIONED TheCupcakeCollection.com instagram.com/mignon.francois Debt Freedom Blueprint  M1 Finance    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
7/21/20211 hour, 6 minutes, 9 seconds
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How To Prepare To Buy A Home The Right Way with Dr. Lynn Richardson

Homeownership is a HUGE step. For many of us, purchasing a home is all part of the American dream -- but even if homeownership is something that you want, you might not be thinking you're ready for it, or there could be some hurdles along the way that are keeping you on the fence. On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Lynn Richardson is back again, and this time she's tackling the big one: the road to homeownership! If you've been listening to us for a while then you're probably familiar with Lynn's background from her other appearances on the show or from her book, Living Check to Monday, and you know the wisdom and the several hats that she wears -- but if not, then get ready for her to drop some knowledge!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN The mindset shift that turned everything around for Lynn. Purchasing a home with no credit. Building your home buying game plan. Busting our homeownership myths.   RESOURCES MENTIONED Lynn Richardson's Homebuyers Club Debt Freedom Blueprint   Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
7/14/202148 minutes, 20 seconds
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Why You Need to Start Thinking About Your Legacy with Brian Bullock

Here at His & Her Money, we've had quite a few discussions about generational wealth. It's an important factor to take into consideration. Unfortunately, when a lot of us think about the concept of legacies, we're thinking about what the world will be thinking about us after we're gone. But we need to be thinking about the impact we're leaving TODAY! Today on the His & Her Money Show, we've got Brian Bullock taking us to church on generational wealth and legacy building! We're excited about this conversation and you're about to find out why as Brian breaks it all down for us, dispelling myths and dropping truths to get you inspired, informed, and looking towards the future in a whole new light!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Generational cycles versus generational curses Why you need to start thinking about your own legacy A glimpse at the big names behind major brands Setting goals to kickstart your legacy The benefits of joint accounts for married couples Unlocking the legacy mentality   RESOURCES MENTIONED Brianmbullock.com Living for Legacy: A Blueprint for Creating A Life That Matters by Brian M. Bullock  Debt Freedom Blueprint  Audible    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
7/7/202133 minutes, 9 seconds
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Just Pray with Pastor John Hannah

We've said it before and we'll say it again: His & Her Money is more than just a financial podcast! We like to switch things up, so our guest speakers and podcasts cover a whole range of topics, and we hope to help guide our listeners through all aspects of life, from money to marriage to faith. Like so many of you, we hold our faith close, and a big part of that is prayer. And even though it might sound strange, sometimes prayer can seem a little bit intimidating! If you've ever found yourself struggling, you're not alone -- and this episode just might help! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we couldn't be any more excited to sit down with our guest of the hour! Pastor John  F. Hannah is a retired radio broadcaster of 13 years, Chicago native, acclaimed prayer warrior, and founder of the New Life Covenant Southeast ministry.  On top of all that, he's just released a brand new book, Just Pray, highlighting the importance of divine communication and the pitfalls of prayerlessness. And today, he's breaking it down, and we hope you're ready to take some notes because John has a whole lot of golden nuggets to drop!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Learning and applying John's four steps to meaningful prayer How we can learn to pray intentionally and unselfishly The importance of honesty Unlocking the true power of prayers     RESOURCES MENTIONED newlifesoutheast.org Just Pray by Pastor John Hannah    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
6/14/202141 minutes, 58 seconds
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How This Couple Went From Bankruptcy to Debt Freedom

If there's one thing we like to let everybody know here at His & Her Money, it's this: you do NOT have to live with your debt! Now we know, sometimes it can seem overwhelming. Over time, our debts can accumulate into numbers we don't even know what to do with, and paying it all off sounds almost impossible -- it might even seem easier to just look the other way. But don't let the pressure get you down -- there's always hope! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're bringing you another debt payoff story that we can't wait for everybody to hear! This time, we've got Rashad and Nirvanna Mahammad on to tell us all about their $85,000 debt, their journey to get rid of it, and how it all went down! Rashad and Nirvanna are living proof that you can do it too!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Working with the "reluctant spouse" and staying on the same page financially as a couple How Rashad and Nirvanna decided to bust their $85,000 debt Setting realistic money goals to keep you on track Why you might want to start thinking about retirement sooner rather than later     RESOURCES MENTIONED The Wealthy Educator   Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
6/7/202132 minutes, 16 seconds
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Woman Evolve with Pastor Sarah Jakes Roberts

What does reinvention mean to you? How do we decide on positive changes to make in our lives, and how can we begin our journey through faith? Well, when we think about taking cues from familiar faces in the Bible, Eve might not be the first name that comes to mind. However, today's guest speaker has a lot to say on that, and we think she'll have you on the fast track to getting your proverbial garden together in no time at all! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Sarah Jakes Roberts is taking the mic! If you don't already know, Sarah is a mom, wife, entrepreneur, podcaster, New York Times best-selling author, and media personality. She is following in her parents’ footsteps to empower women (and men) through her books and ministry, Woman Evolve!  Not only is she bringing the truth and wisdom to drop on everybody listening today, but she's also here to talk about her brand-new release, Woman Evolve: Breaking Up with Your Fears and Revolutionize Your Life, and help you set the groundwork to become the best version of yourself!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Identifying the forbidden fruits of our daily lives How Sarah is rediscovering the story of Eve into an empowering foundation for women How to make sure you’re evolving in the right direction for you Trusting God to guide you on your journey of reinvention The importance of self-reflection Finding your world/life balance as women in business   RESOURCES MENTIONED Womanevolve.com Woman Evolve: Break Up with Your Fears and Revolutionize Your Life by Sarah Jakes Roberts  The Potters House One LA   Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
6/1/202134 minutes, 34 seconds
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How To Save Like A Millionaire to Achieve Your Financial Goals with Lindsey Ralston

We love a good debt-free story here at His & Her Money. To us, getting out of debt once and for all is the ultimate financial power move when it comes to taking control of your own life and not letting the finances get you all tied up.  There are a lot of tough decisions you're going to have to make in life but deciding whether or not to start paying off your debt doesn't have to be one of them -- in fact, starting your journey towards financial freedom can open up more doors than you ever thought possible! Today on the His & Her Money Show, our debt-free story of the hour comes from Lindsey Ralston, and not only is she a debt-free advocate, but she's all about helping others to refresh and renew their money mindset and get started on their way to success! Lindsey is big on all things debt elimination and has so many tools under her belt to keep your finances in check, and think, save, and feel like a millionaire!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How Lindsey and her husband paid off their debt Walking through your debt-free journey with faith Common ways that we accumulate debt Starting your debt-free journey as a couple vs. an individual Thinking past bad financial advice and making smart decisions for YOUR life   RESOURCES MENTIONED BigHouseInTheWoods.com   Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
5/18/202153 minutes, 43 seconds
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Don’t Drop The Mic with T.D Jakes

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're looking a little bit closer at faith in our everyday lives, and we've brought in the best man for the job! Bishop T. D. Jakes of the Potter's House Church is one of our own longtime mentors and he's got an endless supply of wisdom, insights, and practical advice that he won't just be dropping for you during our conversation, but also in his brand new book, Don't Drop the Mic! Don't Drop the Mic explores the importance of authenticity, the influence of individual voices, and the concept of leaving the world better than you found it. So, how does that happen? What are the steps you can take to unlock your full potential and happiness, spiritually, professionally, and beyond?  Well, T. D. has created a road map to clear, positive communication within communities, and how we can apply practical everyday principles for rich, efficient, fulfilling lives. This is an episode that we're super excited about, and it won't take long for you to see why!     WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Fighting back against harmful stereotypes and ideals The importance of exposure Taking a deeper look at the pitfalls of social media Training ourselves to learn and grow from personal struggles Shaking off pressure from others and ourselves     RESOURCES MENTIONED Don't Drop the Mic: The Power of Your Words Can Change the World by T. D. Jakes  Maximize the Moment: God's Action Plan For Your Life by T. D. Jakes    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
5/11/202143 minutes, 9 seconds
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Learn How To Live Free with Devon Franklin

Everybody has felt disappointment. We want things, we work tirelessly towards them, and then even if we achieve those things, sometimes it doesn't always work out the way we expected. But really, why is that? And how do we stop this from happening over and over and over again? Well, look no further for answers! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got some powerful insights coming from DeVon Franklin! DeVon is a producer, speaker, and New York Times Bestselling author known for all kinds of work, and today we're chatting specifically about the latest in his motivational books, Live Free: Exceed Your Highest Expectations.    RESOURCES MENTIONED Devonfranklin.com Live Free: Exceed Your Highest Expectations by DeVon Franklin   Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
5/6/202138 minutes, 25 seconds
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The Injustice That Is Silently Destroying Women with Dr. Christina Edmondson

With recent events, including the murder of Breona Taylor, George Floyd, and Ahmaud Arbery, the holes in the system and our society as a whole have once again come to light, and everybody has questions. Why do these things keep happening? What needs to change, and who can make that change? When? Some of these answers may be grey, but as black people, it's imperative that we keep these lines of communication open. So, that's exactly what we're doing today. In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Dr. Christina Edmondson is taking the world to school on race, gender, and especially, changing up the narrative for black women. Christina, mom of two and wife of a pastor, holds a Master's degree with a background in sociology and psychology, so she knows a whole lot about a WHOLE LOT, and she's here today dropping nuggets on some of the key points to unifying ourselves socially, spiritually, and beyond.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Breaking down problematic stereotypes We discuss black identity The "role" of the black woman through history, and how Christina hopes we can change the narrative Recognizing the many forms of systemic racism We discuss current events such as the murder of George Floyd and the spark of change ignited in America Breaking down the mistreatment of black women in the medical industry   RESOURCES MENTIONED Follow Christina @DrCEdmondson on Twitter! Truth's Table | truthstable.com/ Koinonia Christian Church | koinonia.cc/ Jack and Jill of America Inc. | jackandjillinc.org/ Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans From Colonial Times to the Present by Harriet A. Washington  Too Heavy a Yoke: Black Women and the Burden of Strength by Chanequa Walker-Barnes  How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
4/19/202148 minutes, 16 seconds
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How To Reverse The Negative Consequences In Your Life with Dr. Tony Evans

As humans, nobody is perfect. Sometimes we find ourselves so discontent and unsatisfied in our lives that we don't know where to turn. In those times that you're feeling stuck, it might be time to make some major changes in your life, and with that comes the tricky questions, but most of all: where do I start? Well, look no further than Dr. Tony Evans for some answers! On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're so excited to bring on a longtime mentor of our own for some powerful, powerful discussion and insight! Dr. Tony Evans is a pastor, author, motivational speaker, and so much more.  This is a man who drops wisdom wherever he goes, and today he's here to tell us all about his new book, U-TURNS: REVERSING CONSEQUENCES IN YOUR LIFE. U-TURNS the latest installment in Tony's trilogy, including DETOURS and PATHWAYS, and if you haven't already, after this episode we can guarantee you'll be picking up a copy -- or three!   RESOURCES MENTIONED U-Turns: Reversing Consequences In Your Life by Dr. Tony Evans  Kingdom Man: Every Man's Destiny, Every Woman's Dream by Dr. Tony Evans The Tony Evans Study Bible  Tony Evans Training Center    Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
4/12/202128 minutes, 43 seconds
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The Proven Strategy That Will Lead to a Career You Love with Ken Coleman

Work is just a part of life. Sometimes you might not like it, but it's there. Whether you're an entrepreneur starting up your own business or climbing the ladder of corporate America, deciding on your career is a powerful choice -- and believe it or not, even if you think everything is going alright, you actually might be doing it wrong! How? Keep listening! Today on the His & Her Money Show, Ken Coleman is in the house! You might even know him as America's career coach, and Ken is a national best-selling author and critically acclaimed host of The Ken Coleman Show.  He drops knowledge and wisdom on dream jobs, realizing our potential, and how and what we contribute to the world.   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Proximity Principle: The Proven Strategy That Will Lead to a Career You Love by Ken Coleman The Ken Coleman Show   Leave A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
4/5/202137 minutes, 7 seconds
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How to Crush It On YouTube and Make Money From It with Joseph Hogue

We all use the internet in different ways. Whether you're looking up recipes or streaming a movie to wind down after a long day, or using your online platforms to generate income, there's something out there for everybody. On the business side, there's so much talk about blogs, social media, podcasts...but what about videos?  Video-sharing platforms are hugely popular online, and YouTube is right up at the top. Here at His & Her Money, we're HUGE fans of YouTube as a platform for all types of entrepreneurs to grow your brand or business, so we're excited to have an episode that's all about it! For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got Joseph Hogue with us again for some fantastic motivation and advice. Joseph has loads of experience on his side when it comes to running a business, and now he's a bonafide YouTube expert as well! In three years, Joseph has gained 300,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, Let's Talk Money! With Joseph Hogue, and he's about to drop facts on the YouTube game, from how to get started to how to make it big!
3/29/202144 minutes, 45 seconds
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The Silent Killer That Is Destroying Marriages with Rosie Makinney

Here at His & Her Money, we're all about tackling the ins and outs of marriage, money, and everything in between. Whether it's financial or the more personal side of things. Of course, sometimes that includes dipping into the topics a lot of people might want to look the other way on.  However, they're important and they can't be ignored! One of those things is the silent killer that's destroying marriages everywhere every day, little by little and seemingly sliding under the radar: pornography. For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we brought in Rosie Makinney to tell us all about her book and ministry, FIGHT FOR LOVE, and how she's pushing back against the harmful cycle between porn, marriage, and the American evangelical church.    Resources Mentioned Fight For Love Ministries Fight For Love Facebook Rosie's Book - Fight For Love: How To Take Your Marriage Back From Porn 
3/22/202150 minutes, 57 seconds
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How to Turn Your Kids Into Stock Investors with Rendel Solomon

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we brought in the expert to break it all down for us. Chicago native Rendel Solomon of One Stock, One Future is a huge advocate of legacy building, and today he's dropping some serious bars on financial management, tackling knowledge, education, and wealth, and how we can all take advantage of our ability to invest personally and financially towards the future!   Resources Mentioned One Stock, One Future Instagram One Stock, One Future Facebook Stockpile  Fidelity   
3/15/202137 minutes, 25 seconds
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How to Create a Six-Figure Blog with Lauren McManus

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got Create and Go co-founder Lauren McManus joining us for some great conversation on blogging! With two six-figure blogs, Lauren knows all about what it takes to generate some serious passive income online, and she's so excited to share it with whoever she can reach. She's also a full-time traveler enjoying all the benefits of passive income, so if that sounds like something you're interested in, stay tuned for some words of wisdom and soak it all up!   Resources Mentioned Create and Go Avacadu  Launch Your Blog Course  Advanced Blogger Course 
3/8/202139 minutes, 1 second
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How Glen and Yvette Built Their Profitable Brand on YouTube

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're talking to Glen and Yvette Henry about the when, why, and how they started out towards entrepreneurial success. Just like us, Glen and Yvette are podcasters. With their How Married Are You? podcast and their YouTube channel, Beleaf In Fatherhood, they're creating content and living the good life on their own schedule, and now they're letting everybody know how they did it! Resources Mentioned How Married Are You? Podcast  Yvette’s Instagram  Beleaf In Fatherhood  Beleaf in Fatherhood Patreon 
3/1/202145 minutes, 28 seconds
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How To Make Money Selling Ebooks with Sophia Ruffin

If you've ever done a Google search for quick, easy ways to generate money online, then you've probably seen a lot of blog posts about eBooks. And maybe you've even decided to give it a shot, but then all these questions start coming up! What if I'm not a serious writer? How do I pick a subject I know enough to write about? If I finish my book, where and how do I sell it? Well, get ready for those questions to be answered! For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we are so, so excited to have Sophia Ruffin take the mic with us to share her take on creativity, spirituality, and of course, her eBook empire. In 2019, Sophia -- or as she’s more commonly known, the Comeback Kid -- hit six-figures just from her eBook sales alone. What You Will Learn Outlining the positives of the virtual eBook industry How much money can you make writing and selling eBooks? Finding platforms to sell your eBooks Sophia's tips and tricks to perfect your writing process Resources to build your eBook team Resources Mentioned SophiaRuffin.com Sophia Ruffin on Instagram  In Due Season Publishing   
2/22/202145 minutes, 53 seconds
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How Kendrick Used Proper Goal Setting to Become Debt Free

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're catching up with Kendrick Harris, a truck driver who completely eliminated all his debt and is enjoying financial freedom to the fullest. Kendrick was deep, deep, deep in debt. Over $100,000 deep. And once he decided to eliminate it, he didn't stop until it was all gone, and now he's dropping all his wisdom on the subject for you to learn, take notes, and get started on your own debt-free journey!   RESOURCES MENTIONED Power Couples University His & Her Money YouTube | youtube.com/user/HisandHerMoney  
2/15/202133 minutes, 33 seconds
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Steps to Getting On The Same Team with Your Spouse with Aaron and Jamie Ivey

Never let it be said that His & Her Money is JUST a finance podcast. As you probably already know, we've got you covered across all bases, from money and business to marriage and beyond. And it just so happens that we're entering the month of love right now and it's quickly getting up to be Valentine's Day, so we think it's fitting that for this episode, it's all about love! Naturally, we brought in a couple of experts on the subject! Aaron and Jamie Ivey are popping in for this episode of the His & Her Money Show, and we can't wait for you to hear what they've got to say! Aaron is a singer-songwriter and pastor, and you can find Jamie over on YouTube and hosting the Happy Hour podcast. But most importantly?  This Austin-based couple has been married for almost 20 years and they're still going strong! On that subject, Aaron and Jamie have created an amazing book to chat with us about today, and it's called Compliments: The Surprising Beauty of Choosing Together Over Separate in Marriage -- where they're unlocking the secrets to their happy, healthy marriage and sharing it to the world!   Resources Mentioned Compliment: The Surprising Beauty Of Choosing Together Over Separate In Marriage by Aaron Ivey and Jamie Ivey 2021 Marriage Challenge  The Happy Hour Podcast  On The Other Side Podcast   
2/8/202138 minutes, 4 seconds
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How to Make Money as a Podcast Producer with Hailey Thomas

For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're more than hyped to have Hailey Thomas, co-founder of Podcast Production School, taking over OUR podcast to talk about how you can start out strong into your brand new hustle: podcasting! Hailey has seen so many blogs, websites, and podcasts, and she takes all that into account with her lessons and guidance, expelling facts and wisdom on how to grow your online business. This includes all aspects of podcast production, from marketing, outsourcing, making a business plan, finding your niche within the niche, sponsors, and affiliates, and so, so much more! Resources Mentioned Podcast Production School  Melanie Scroggins  Podfest
2/1/202141 minutes, 28 seconds
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How To Make Money Out of Mobile Home Investing with John Fedro

In this episode, we are going to introduce you to a concept you might have not heard about and that is investing in mobile homes. This is a method of investing that has a low barrier of entry. Our guest John Fedro is a real estate investor who has been investing in mobile homes for the last 15 years and he is going to teach us what he has learned from all of his experience.   At the age of 20, John made his first purchase as a mobile home investor after using every ounce of savings that he had at the time. He hasn't looked back since and in addition to creating his own cash flowing portfolio of mobile homes, he's helped countless others do the same.  At first, he was embarrassed to tell his real estate investor friends what he was doing, but as he got the hang of the process those same friends ended up giving him more mobile home leads. By the end of year 1, he had 14 properties! In this episode, he is sharing his story and everything that he has learned so that you can be equipped to make money in mobile home investing too!
1/25/202154 minutes, 58 seconds
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How to Prepare Your Family For 2021 & Beyond with Chelsea Brennan

Pick up the ICE Binder at https://www.hisandhermoney.com/ice and use code HHM for 15% off!   Nothing can devastate a family more than a crisis, where either a loved one passes away or even becomes permanently or temporarily incapacitated. However, there are steps we can all take to mitigate the financial damage and make sure that you and yours are proactive and well-prepared for any emergencies that might arise. As everybody knows, 2020 threw a lot at us. And it's safe to say that the majority of us weren't prepared. So let's start the new year off right and change it all around!
1/23/202142 minutes, 14 seconds
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How To Make Your Income More Efficient to Blast Away Debt in Record Time with Adam Carroll

Adam Carroll is joining us on this episode of the His & Her Money Show, and he's here to drop some serious nuggets of wisdom on all things wealth building and smart money management. Adam is an author, TED Talk alumni, and a force to be reckoned with in the personal finance community. Moreover, he shares a huge stockpile of practical advice and information to spread around to anybody who's listening! He's discussing some topics he's most passionate about equity, liquidity, and paving your road to generational wealth!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to maximize your checking account Adam's thoughts on the FIRE movement and how you can get started on your path The HELOC, explained Teaching your kids lessons in money Unpacking the step by step process to picking your line of credit Adam's step-by-step process to financial planning   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Shred Method | hisandhermoney.com/theshredmethod  
1/18/202159 minutes, 29 seconds
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How This Couple's Rock Bottom Moment Teaches Us To Make Our Home Life a Priority

For this episode, Dr. Josh Straub is joining us here at the His & Her Money Show to spread some wisdom and insight on family life, and the power of paying attention. With a Ph.D. in counseling, Josh and his wife Christi created Famous At Home, a podcast and ministry founded around doing exactly as it sounds - channeling our drive to be a person of interest in our communities and professions, into being a rockstar in our homes. RESOURCES MENTIONED Famous at Home | famousathome.com/ Podcast | famousathome.com/podcast What Am I Feeling? by Josh Straub and Christi Straub  The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk M.D.  
1/11/202133 minutes, 58 seconds
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Know Yourself Know Your Money with Rachel Cruze

For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got Rachel Cruze! As a lot of you might already know, Rachel is the daughter of Financial Peace University's Dave Ramsey. We talk a lot about Dave on the show but today it's all about Rachel as she drops facts on all things finances AND her brand new book, Know Yourself, Know Your Money. We're so excited to check it out, and after hearing what she's got to say, you will be too!   RESOURCES MENTIONED Know Yourself, Know Your Money: Discover WHY You Handle Money the Way You Do, and WHAT  to Do About it! by Rachel Cruze  
1/4/202128 minutes, 55 seconds
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How DeShena Got Intentional About Getting Out of Debt Through Zero-Based Budgeting

Today's guest for this episode of the His & Her Money show knows ALL about that. DeShena Woodard used to be in debt - lots and lots of debt. And even worse, she didn't know what to do with it. First of all, she had a limited view of money. Growing up, her parents put in the hours, but somehow her family stayed broke - from the looks of it, going to work just meant paying the bills and that was that. So, she followed the rule book: college and career. But ironically, college was when Deshena officially started her debt spiral. Now they're living 100% debt free and today, DeShena runs a blog called Extravagantly Broke where she's empowered to help others find their financial grip and kick debt right out of their lives - just like she did!    RESOURCES MENTIONED Extravagantly Broke | extravagantlybroke.com  Deshena's Instagram | instagram.com/deshenawoodard/
12/28/202040 minutes, 31 seconds
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How to Help Your Kids Find Wisdom Through God's Word with Scott James

For this episode of His & Her Money, the topic is faith: keeping it alive within our families and helping our kids of all ages better understand God. Our guest is Scott James, a rockstar dad of four and a pediatric surgeon. So far, he's written two fantastic biblical books for kids and parents and he's here to break down his latest, Where is Wisdom? A Treasure Hunt Through God's Wondrous World. Scott is an Elder in his church and devoted to spreading the spirit of God, building up that faith in his own kids, and providing tools and encouragement for other parents to do the same. He talks about his writing process and the inspiration behind WHERE IS WISDOM, as well as laying the groundwork for "faithful plotting" and a practical approach to teaching your kids about God, simply and effectively. Scott's words are so important today, so we hope you're taking some notes and leaving this episode feeling inspired! Follow Scott on Twitter for even more @scott_h_james! RESOURCES MENTIONED Read Scott's book, WHERE IS WISDOM!
12/21/202032 minutes, 3 seconds
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12/20/20203 minutes, 11 seconds
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Learn This Couple's Secret to Staying Motivated To Pay Off $80k In 2.5 Years

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're talking with a couple who's done exactly that and hit total debt freedom. Louis and Rachel started their marriage with Louis' student loans, then a car loan and a few credit cards later, they found themselves in some serious debt. But once they decided to tackle it, they went all in, and they eliminated $80,000 worth of debt in just two and a half years!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Deciding as a couple to eliminate their debt How Louis and Rachel cut back and started saving Ignoring distractions and naysayers and keeping your head in the game The importance of considering and establishing generational wealth The turning point when Louis and Rachel decided they didn't want to be in debt anymore Louis and Rachel's secrets to staying motivated going debt-free Advice for couples on handling finances as a team   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Life JOG YouTube Channel   
12/17/202041 minutes, 8 seconds
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How Khalil and AJ Used A Modified Debt Snowball Plan To Become Debt Free

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, AJ and Khalil are taking over to share their journey into debt freedom and help get you on track to start one of your own! He's a research and development scientist, she's a business executive, and together they founded Marriage Inside Out. They coach other couples through the ups and downs and ins and outs of marriage, family, finances, and more! So basically, these two are total professionals and know exactly what they're talking about, so it's no surprise to us that this smart money couple managed to kick their $97,000 debt in just three years - and keep listening to find out how!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How Khalil and AJ got their debt freedom story started and how they kept it going Their modified debt snowball effect Tips and strategies to going debt-free Unpacking budgets - why they're important, how they work, and sticking to it Different ways Khalil and AJ saved money towards their debt-free process   RESOURCES MENTIONED Marriage Inside Out  Marriage Inside Out Podcast  
12/14/202045 minutes, 20 seconds
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How to Think As a Hacker To Keep Your Internet Security Safe For Your Family with Chelsea Brown

Here at His & Her Money, we like to cover all the bases when it comes to family life, and parenting our children is a huge part of that. Every parent just wants to set their kids upright, so today we're tackling a ridiculously important and ridiculously under-discussed topic around protecting our kids: internet security.  On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got Chelsea Brown on board to break it all down for us. Chelsea is an ethical hacker, which means she's a web wizard with a cybersecurity degree to back it up. Her peers' experiences with cyberbullying and doxing back in the Myspace days inspired her career path, and today her job is all about navigating the internet and all the technology that comes along with it, and coaching parents how to keep their kids safe in a space that's not always kid-friendly. Check out Chelsea and learn more at digitalmomtalk.com!   RESOURCES MENTIONED Authy App | authy.com/ OurPact App | ourpact.com/ uBlock | ublock.org/ Privacy Badger | privacybadger.org/
12/10/202036 minutes, 57 seconds
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Powerful Conversations with KevOnstage and MrsKevOnstage | Business and Marriage

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we can't even tell you how excited we are to have some experts on the subject. We're talking with our friends, entrepreneur power couple Kev and Melissa AKA KevOnStage, and MrsKevOnStage. These two are the real deal - they're in the Hollywood game and seriously hustling, and are a huge inspiration to anybody wondering what finances, business, and teamwork look like from a marital perspective.  Sometimes getting on the same page hustle-wise with your partner seems like an uphill battle, especially when only one side has the entrepreneurial energy, but Melissa and Kev are sharing their story from the ground up to get everybody caught up and looking in the right direction. RESOURCES MENTIONED KevOnStage Studios YouTube  KevOnStage YouTube  MsKevOnStage YouTube  The Love Hour Podcast  A Calculated Risk Documentary
12/7/202058 minutes, 43 seconds
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The Truth About the American Church's Complicity in Racism with Jemar Tisby

We've said it before, but we'll say it again: His & Her Money Show isn't just a financial podcast. We're a platform to raise and discuss the issues that are relevant today, be it money, marriage, faith...or sometimes all of the above! We listen and we hear you, and we hope you're as excited as we are for some much-needed conversation with a much-request guest speaker! For this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got Jemar Tisby in the house to talk race, religion, and taking action. Jemar is a hot topic with his new book, The Color of Compromise, and we're so happy we got him on today to drop facts and wisdom on the racial divide, and most specifically, what our Christian church can do -- and what is ISN'T doing -- to help curve the disconnect and, hopefully, start to heal the world.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN What inspired Jemar to write The Color of Compromise Looking back on segregation and how it reflects on today The role that the church has played in systemic racism The importance of practicing what one preaches Unpacking the racial division in America and the many ways it presents itself   RESOURCES MENTIONED Jemartisby.com The Witness - A Black Christian Collective | thewitnessbcc.com/ The Color of Compromise: The Truth About the American Church's Complicity in Racism by Jemar Tisby How to Fight Racism: Courageous Christianity and the Journey Toward Racial Justice by Jemar Tisby
11/30/202050 minutes, 13 seconds
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Learn This YouTuber’s Secret To Making $1k Per Day

On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, entrepreneur extraordinaire and full-time YouTuber Ryan Scribner is coming in to drop his secrets all about it, from generating income through social media and how he went from working the 9-to-5 to bringing in $1,000 per DAY. Ryan juggles his financial blog Investing Simple and a self-named YouTube channel, where he averages a million views per month and spreads the word on how everybody listening can kick start their own entrepreneurship journey and take total control of their finances all at the same time. In this episode, Ryan is dropping so many tips and practical advice about making money through social media. He discusses YouTube in particular. We discuss maintaining and keeping track of your channel, deciding to get started and tackling the basics, and staying focused and getting your numbers up. It's a ride and you won't want to miss out. Get your note-taking supplies out and ready and soak up as much as you can!   RESOURCES MENTIONED Investing Simple | investingsimple.com/ Ryan’s YouTube Channel
11/26/20201 hour, 2 minutes, 16 seconds
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Why We Should Be Teaching Our Children To Be Successful through Business with Pongee Barnes

Today on the His & Her Money Show, we're talking with Pongee Barnes: wife, mom, and real estate investment rockstar. Pongee and her husband have an impressive real estate portfolio, and even more than that, an impressive outlook on life with their two young boys.  They're outspoken advocates about the importance of teaching and setting up our children (especially our black children) for the future, not just financially, but with knowledge. Giving our children the tools to succeed sounds like a no-brainer but we might be surprised how many kids grow up without the know-how or even the can-do to be successful once they're out in the world. RESOURCES MENTIONED Pongee's "Little Owners" book series! | littleowners.com/
11/23/202040 minutes, 22 seconds
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How To Become a Serial Entrepreneur with Ericka Williams

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got the best person in the house today to talk about all that. A serial entrepreneur: Ericka Williams, businesswoman extraordinaire who wears so many hats, it's almost hard to keep track. Ericka was exposed to entrepreneurship at a young age and there was just no turning back for her. Now, Ericka uses her platform to promote self-made businesses while managing her own income streams and absolutely thriving. RESOURCES MENTIONED Ericka’s YouTube  Rocket Fuel: The One Essential Combination That Will Get You More of What You Want From Your Business by Gino Wickman and Mark. C. Winters  The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber  The Illusions of Entrepreneurship: The Costly Myths That Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Policy Makers Live By by Scott A. Shane
11/16/202044 minutes, 48 seconds
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How to Execute a Strong Financial 4th Quarter with Dr. Lynn Richardson

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're giving Dr. Lynn Richardson the floor to bring out some of her strategies, insight, and wisdom on reviving 2020 and ending this year strong for 2021. We love talking to Lynn and it's a fact that you'll learn a whole lot sitting in on any conversation with her, especially today -- so get your note-taking supplies on standby to get down all these nuggets of wisdom she's about to drop! What You Will Learn Getting your strategy together and putting it to work The importance of adaption and making new moves The power of making "new money memories" Lynn's fourth-quarter gameplan The importance of running your own business Resources Mentioned 21 Days to Financial Freedom   
11/12/202057 minutes, 29 seconds
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How Allison Used Multiple Streams of Income to Pay Off $100,000 of Debt!

We're so excited to share this episode of the His & Her Money Show! Our good friend Allison Baggerly from Inspired Budget is here and she's a bit of an expert on total debt elimination. You wouldn't be surprised, because she and her husband paid off $100,000+ worth of debt in four years! Now, she's using her platform to help others, specifically, women, learn to eliminate debt and keep it gone for good through budgeting and taking total control of their finances -- and you can learn too!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN The importance of multiple streams of income, and how Allison utilizes them Recognizing your own money habits, the good and the bad, and figuring out what might need to change The moment Allison and her husband decided to pay off their debt How Allison turned her debt-free story into a business Staying on track while you're paying off your debt   RESOURCES MENTIONED Inspired Budget | inspiredbudget.com This Is Awkward Podcast    Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
11/9/202033 minutes, 26 seconds
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The 3-Tiered Property Investment System That Kerry Lampkin Uses As a Real Estate Investor

Kerry Lampkin is here with us today on the His & Her Money Show and we couldn't be more hyped about it. Kerry is a self-made real estate investor and entrepreneur extraordinaire, who blasted his investment portfolio from zero to $3.4 billion in just four years. Four years! That's right, Kerry learned the business and jumped in with both feet to build a wholesale empire and he's here to take us through every aspect of the journey, from beginning to now, and everything he learned along the way. RESOURCES MENTIONED Website | kerrylampkin.com/
11/2/202047 minutes, 23 seconds
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How One Wife Got Her Husband On Board To Become Debt Free

Making that first step as a couple to pay off your debt is a huge learning curve for you and your partner. It might look like a long, long road ahead, but if you work together to stay on track, the process can be faster than you thought. On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, one of our very own smart money couples, Kendrick and LaTasha from Missouri City, Houston, are putting out some hard facts on how they jumped the hurdles to achieve financial freedom and paid off their $53,637.60 debt in 22 months! LaTasha was initially inspired by a coworker to start eliminating their debt. The couple already had a good foundation: they were already living below their means, but once they busted out the calculators and started crunching their numbers, they quickly realized how they could cut way back. Today, Kendrick and LaTasha and here to share all about their debt-free journey, how they got to the sweet day of that last payment and spreading even the word on their couponing strategies. You're gonna get some great pearls of wisdom from their wild ride and we hope you can apply it to your own road to financial freedom! RESOURCES MENTIONED Cash, Curls, Common Sense IG facebook.com/groups/CVSCouponingRocks/ thekrazycouponlady.com/ The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Classon
10/26/202043 minutes, 47 seconds
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Master These Four Rules of Budgeting To Start Winning With Your Money

On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, our guest speaker Jesse Mecham is a man who takes his budgets very, VERY seriously. That's why he's the founder and CEO of You Need A Budget. YNAB is a company that's all-in on guiding people and business owners to understanding all things money management.  He's dropping so much information on the topic, including loads of insight on financial management for couples, from bringing a reluctant significant other onboard and the importance of tackling the budget as a united front. Jesse is a walking wealth of information and this is an episode with serious note-taking potential. Get your pens and papers out to get some of this knowledge down. Moreover, get ready to get started on that budget!   RESOURCES MENTIONED You Need A Budget | Try it free for 34 days! Go here to start your budget.   
10/19/202047 minutes, 37 seconds
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How This Couple Is Using A Phased-Based Debt Payoff Plan To Get Out Of Debt

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're talking to a couple who has first-hand experience on what it takes to plan, budget and pay your way to total debt elimination. Brandon and Audri have been married 14 months and in that time, while they're still in the middle of their debt-free journey, so they've knocked out $30,000 of debt and are going strong! WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Keeping up a flexible lifestyle even while living within the budget The benefits of having positive money role models Brandon and Audri break down their phase-based debt elimination plan Finding a money management strategy that fits you both as a couple Understanding interest rates How Brandon and Audri are staying on track to continue knocking out their debt in the future   RESOURCES MENTIONED Playing With FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early): How Far Would You Go For Financial Freedom? by Scott Rieckens 
10/15/202031 minutes, 5 seconds
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Building Generational Wealth through a Home Based Business with Dr. Lynn Richardson

On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, financial powerhouse Lynn Richardson is back at it again for another incredible, information-packed episode you know you won't want to miss. This woman knows it all --- financial planning to career planning to generational wealth and beyond --- and we're giving Lynn the mic to go off on some super important topics we should all be thinking about, talking about, and manifesting into our own realities.   RESOURCES MENTIONED Lynn Richardson's Classes   Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs.
10/12/20201 hour, 5 minutes, 25 seconds
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How Anybody Can Achieve Financial Independence with Chelsea Brennan

This is such an inspirational and courageous story of a mom who quit her comfortable and lucrative employment while giving birth. We know this might sound strange. But, you must check out this episode! This mother gave herself options and you have to hear what she's doing now. She gave herself a two-year timeframe to make things happen and if not, she was ok with going back to her job. After listening to her story, you're going to leave with tools that you need to put your financial life in order.   Resources Mentioned Mamas Talk Money Summit - http://hisandhermoney.com/mtm
10/10/202038 minutes, 28 seconds
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Learn To Think Beyond The Budget With Damien Peters

We connected with today's guest years ago but we're just now making this episode of the His & Her Money Show happen - but it's better late than never! We've got Damien Peters in for you, founder and CEO of Wealthy Noir, where he's keeping black entrepreneurs and the whole world up to date on budgeting, investing, and unlocking the greatest key to success: making your money MAKE money! This is a man who wears a lot of hats. Damien has real estate portfolios, a consulting business, has worked at Facebook, and is up to so much more, all while managing work time and family time without breaking a sweat. So, how did he go from his computer science degree and Silicon Valley to helping young professionals master their finances? It's a great story, and he's more than happy to lay it all out for us.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Finding your work/life balance Learning to think beyond the budget How Damien has built and maintained his success through smart money moves and management What are Robo advisors? Keeping track of your money and knowing where it all goes once it comes in The importance of emergency funds Damien's debt story Getting started in investing, the basics Damien walks us through his top real estate investment strategies how Damien and his wife make their budget work Staying focused by setting practical goals and hitting them hard   RESOURCES MENTIONED Wealth Noir | wealthnoir.com/ Instagram | instagram.com/wealthnoir/ Instagram | instagram.com/therealmrpeters/ The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy by Thomas J. Stanley  The Book on Managing Rental Properties: A Proven System for Finding, Screening, and Managing Tenants With Fewer Headaches and Maximum Profit by Brandon Turner and Heather Turner   The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss   M1 Finance | m1finance.com/ Betterment | betterment.com/   Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs.
10/5/20201 hour, 45 seconds
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How J. Money Went From A Net Worth Of $45k To $450k In Under 7 Years

Have you heard of the term net worth? Have you ever wondered what your net worth is? If so we have a great show lined up for you. In this episode of the His & Her Money Podcast, we brought on a very special guest by the name of J.Money from BudgetsAreSexy.com. J.Money is super knowledgeable on the topic of net worth (and loads of other personal finance subjects), and took some time out of his busy schedule to educate us on the matter. J.Money is a veteran personal finance blogger and is the creator of the websites BudgetsAreSexy.com, and RockStarFinance.com. 
10/3/202028 minutes, 2 seconds
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The Importance of a Strong Prayer Life and How to Improve It With Chrystal Evans Hurst

With busy, sometimes unpredictable schedules, we know you've got a lot going on and that finding dedicated time to pray and keep up that connection with God can get harder and harder. Well, first off, don't worry: a lot of us have been there, and it's okay! Just remember there are always ways to prioritize and strengthen that connection, to fit all schedules, and you're about to learn how! In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're focusing on faith and keeping our prayer lives healthy and active. Author, speaker, and prayer warrior Chrystal Evans Hurst knows all about hitting that wall, and today she's spilling everything: how she realized that her prayer life wasn't where she wanted it to be and the steps that she took to fix it, and how that experience has inspired her to help others do the same through social media and her brand new book, The 28-Day Prayer Journey: A Daily Guide to Conversations with God.   RESOURCES MENTIONED Chrystal's website: chrystalevanshurst.com/ The 28-Day Prayer Journey: A Daily Guide to Conversations with God by Chrystal Evans Hurst
10/1/202041 minutes, 57 seconds
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Why Rich Went from 20 Paid Off Houses to Using Leverage to Buy Real Estate

Our guest today has a LOT to say about that. This episode of the His & Her Money Show, real estate superstar Rich Carey is stepping back in by popular demand for another information-packed episode! The first time Rich came on the show with us three years ago in one of our most popular shows to date, he walked us through the beginning of his real estate investment journey, and today we're catching up on where he's at now and how his business has continued to grow ever since. RESOURCES MENTIONED Rich's First "His & Her Money" Episode
9/28/202056 minutes, 19 seconds
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How These Newlyweds Resisted Temptation and Paid Off $57K Of Debt in 32 Months

Sometimes the process of becoming debt-free is a total life overhaul that takes a lot of hard work, a lot of time, and a whole lot of dedication from both sides, and a lot of questions can come along with it. What if one partner wants to pay off debt and the other one doesn't? How and where do we start? Will long-term commitment hurt our relationship? Well, on this episode of the His & Her Money, we're answering some of those questions with Mike and Ashley, a debt-free couple who we can all learn a LOT from! Together, they cracked down on $57,000 worth of debt and knocked it all out super fast. Now they're trying to inspire others that getting out of debt is a big project to tackle, but with the right mindset and determination, it's not impossible!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How and when Mike and Ashley decided to eliminate their debt The importance of staying on the same page as a couple while managing your personal finances Talking money before marriage How Mike and Ashley paid off their $57,000 in just 32 months Ways to stay focused and resist spending temptation   RESOURCES MENTIONED Check out Ashley's blog! | ashleymwalter.com/ Follow Ashley and Michael on Instagram: instagram.com/ashleymwalter/ instagram.com/themichaelwalter/ Michael on iTunes! | music.apple.com/us/album/your-love-is-so-amazing-single/1226280262
9/24/202032 minutes, 5 seconds
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The Truth About Redlining and How It Has Widened The Wealth Gap with Linda Gartz

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Linda Gartz joined us live for some conversation about something that's a little bit less talked about: redlining. Whether you've heard of it or not, redlining was once a hot topic in segregated America. As Linda describes, if an African-American family - or, to a lesser extent, other races or nationalities - moved in a neighborhood or even an apartment, the entire neighborhood would be suddenly ineligible for loans. Linda breaks down the history of redlining and her own experiences, reflecting on the aftermath of Martin Luther King Jr's assassination in her own childhood neighborhood and bringing forward the parallels between then and now. The Fair Housing Act ended official redlining but it's still so relevant in today's climate, and this is a chat you will NOT want to miss. Check out Linda's book for more and keep the conversation going! Resources Mentioned Find Linda! | lindagartz.com/ Twitter | twitter.com/LindaGartz Redlined: A Memoir of Race, Change, and Fractured Community in 1960's Chicago by Linda Gartz   Mapping Inequality  The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America by Richard Rothstein  From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century by William A. Darity   
9/21/202042 minutes, 20 seconds
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How Casanova Brooks Used The Power Of Taking Chances and Living With No Regrets

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we take that philosophy and run with it for some great, great conversation. Casanova takes us through it, from his childhood in Chicago to where he is today and everything that went down in between, the good and the bad. Casanova is a voice of nothing but inspiration, positivity, and light, and anybody can learn a thing or two from his mindset and practical advice for getting through the rough patches and coming out strong! In his own words, he's built his life and success around one main thing: relationships. And obviously it's served him well! He has strong views on networking and cultivating strong relationships in work and life in general. Casanova also gives us some insight into how he's applied it to countless situations.  RESOURCES MENTIONED Website | casanovabrooks.com/ Dream Nation Podcast | dreamnationpodcast.com/ The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferriss
9/17/202050 minutes, 43 seconds
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Powerful Conversations with Cornelius and Heather Lindsey | The Power Of Rising From Rock Bottom

Here at His and Her Money, we're all about helping couples through every single aspect of life, big or small, be it financially, spiritually, or even in the marital realm itself. These are conversations that we as a community NEED to be having every day, and sometimes we even bring on another couple sit down with us and do exactly that. Today, that couple is the Lindseys, joining us for an incredible episode of the His & Her Money Show. Cornelius and Heather are the very definition of a power couple. They've been married for 10 years and in that time, they've 23 books between them as well as started their own church, the Gathering Oasis, and so much more. And now they're here to walk us all through it! RESOURCES MENTIONED Heatherllindsey.com/ Corneliuslindsey.com/ Life with the Lindseys Podcast  Silent Majority Podcast  The Gathering Oasis
9/14/20201 hour, 14 seconds
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How to Achieve Financial Independence and Live The Abundant Life with Nicole Rule

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Nicole Rule is at the mic to talk about financial independence, and how we can normalize the whole idea behind financial freedom to let everybody know that it IS achievable. Nicole is a mom of four and a total entrepreneur, who's the owner of Greatest Worth and recently launched The Abundant Life Summit. She knows exactly what she's talking about and we know you'll want to hear it!   RESOURCES MENTIONED Abundant Life Summit | hisandhermoney.com/abundantlife Greatest Worth | greatestworth.com
9/9/202032 minutes, 9 seconds
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How to Emerge from Quarantine with your Finances in Tack with Ericka Young

Today on the His & Her Money Show, Ericka Young is back for another amazing episode around a topic that's definitely relevant today. First of all, though, she's a seasoned financial coach, and after she and her husband achieved total debt-free financial freedom, she wants to spread that enthusiasm to others, helping couples and individuals manage their finances and maximize their money. And her insight and nuggets of wisdom are more needed now than ever, so get ready for an information-packed conversation so you can soak up all this knowledge!   RESOURCES MENTIONED Ericka’s Beyond The Budget Course | hisandhermoney.com/beyondthebudget
9/7/202033 minutes, 51 seconds
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Is The Apple and Tesla Stock Splits A Great Opportunity For Investors?

Well, for this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're all about the stock market, and we've brought in the expert to get the conversation started. Kevin L. Matthews II is a Top 10 financial advisor turned best-selling author who has helped hundreds of people plan for their retirement and manage their assets. So, we knew he was the guy to ask all your burning questions, and today he's bringing all the answers! Kevin takes us through all aspects of the stock market, starting with the basics: figuring out what type of investor you are or want to be and how to get the ball rolling. From there, he breaks down picking stocks, index funds, fractional shares, and lets us in on his own personal philosophies for investing to success.    RESOURCES MENTIONED Kevin’s Investor's Toolkit | hisandhermoney.com/investortoolkit
9/3/202044 minutes, 55 seconds
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Estate Planning The Right Way with Attorney Ernest Fenton

Today on the His & Her Money Show, our guest Ernest Fenton is a passionate voice on estate planning. If you already know Ernest, he's made several radio appearances to help shake off all and any preconceived notions and start-up that conversation about estate planning today, so you can start creating your legacy and securing your assets for the future. Get in contact with Ernest at attorneyernestfenton.com!
8/31/202042 minutes, 21 seconds
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How This Mom Is Teaching Her Kids to Become Entrepreneurs

As parents, it's our full-time job to set our kids up for life. Giving them the tools and mindset to succeed at whatever they want to do. On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we've got two shining examples of early business education with Terrie Chantel, aka PajamaCEO, and her son Austin. Terrie is a mom of three who's passed on her love for business and entrepreneurship to her sons. She firmly believes it's never too early to start educating and inspiring our kids through example today, to be even more successful for tomorrow. Back in the day, Terrie thought she knew what success looked like: going to college, settling into a career, and work, work, work. Then she realized there was so much more to her AND the opportunities life had to offer. It took a few years for Terrie to get the entrepreneur itch, but once she did, she was on a mission, overcoming obstacles and discrimination to design her own dreams and start setting up those goals to achieve them. Now Austin is following in her footsteps, putting in the work and hustling hard towards a promising music career and as many businesses as he can start along the way. Today, she and Austin are spilling their entrepreneur mindsets, hacks, and strategies, and giving us a look in the playbook for getting that fire started at a young age. Parents, get that pen and paper out, and you might even want to grab the kids for this one - it's a ride you won't want to miss! WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Breaking down the legacy mentality How Terrie overcame her experience with racism in the workplace Various ways Terrie encourages her sons to grow their dreams Feeling trapped in the traditional career path How Austin is utilizing his entrepreneurship skills The how and why Terrie decided to teach her kids about business early Using Poshmark to generate income Terrie's first side hustle RESOURCES MENTIONED Terrie’s Website Terrie’s Facebook  Poshmark
8/24/202051 minutes, 35 seconds
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How This Single Mom Used Her Tax Refund to Build A Real Estate Empire

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we hope you're getting ready for a masterclass. Ashley Hamilton was a single mom supporting her kids day by day as a waitress and her success story is amazing, how she went from making $20,000 a year to building a real estate investment empire out of Detroit. Ashley knew she wanted a more passive income so she could spend less time working and more time with her family. So, she put a lot of thought in, watched a lot of HGTV, and started doing the work! She mostly deals in single-family homes and buy-and-hold rentals, and throughout the episode, she takes us inside her process, from picking and flipping properties to managing her team and tenants. Whether you're just curious or about to take that first step into real estate yourself, what Ashley has to say is important information for anybody, so start taking notes and get ready to soak up all this knowledge! Keep up with Ashley on Instagram @detroit_investor!
8/17/202044 minutes, 22 seconds
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Dealing with Student Loan Debt in the Pandemic and Beyond with Robert Farrington

Something that we talk about a lot at His & Her Money is student loans. With so many people out there struggling with their student loan debt, we know it can be overwhelming on a good day, but especially in today's uncertain times. Federal student loans are currently on pause until September, but then what? When school is officially back in session, where do you go from there? Well, for today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we brought in somebody who's a bit of an expert on the whole subject of student loans and everything -- we mean EVERYTHING -- that comes with it. Robert Farrington is here dropping facts and wisdom on tackling your student loan debt and coming up with your own effective, stress-free approach to knocking them out as fast and smooth as possible! RESOURCES MENTIONED The College Investor | thecollegeinvestor.com/ LoanBuddy | loanbuddy.us/ Student Loan Forgiveness Options |https://thecollegeinvestor.com/578/ways-to-get-student-loan-forgiveness/ Financial Aid Programs By State | https://thecollegeinvestor.com/student-loan-financial-aid-by-state/ Student Aid Resources | studentaid.gov/ College Scorecard | collegescorecard.ed.gov/
8/13/202040 minutes, 42 seconds
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Leading Your Family to True Success and Happiness with Jerrad Lopes

Family is everything, and being able to guide our children spiritually and financially to shape their futures is such an important part of it. At first glance, it may look intimidating, but it doesn't have to be - and our guest today is living proof. For today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, Jerrad Lopes is on board to give us all some insight on his own personal growth as a father, and how he's helping guys around the world lead their families spiritually and beyond. Growing up without a dad shaped Jerrad's life more than he initially realized, and today he's a pastor dedicated to ministry and family as the founder of Dad Tired. When Jerrad created Dad Tired, it was completely unexpected. He wanted to create a space for men to come together and share their journeys and experiences, and it snowballed from there into something amazing. With his podcast and community, Jerrad is supplying resources to help guide fathers in leading their sons and daughters to Christ, success, and happiness, and pushing through the same adversaries he experienced himself towards fixing up and nurturing the ultimate family dynamic. This is such a great episode for anybody, and Jerrad is giving away so much wisdom on the topic of manhood, family building, and becoming the version of yourself that you always knew you could be! RESOURCES MENTIONED Jarrad's website Dad Tired Dad Tired and Loving it: Stumbling Your Way to Spiritual Leadership by Jerrad Lopes   Cry Like a Man: Fighting for Freedom from Emotional Incarceration by Jason Wilson
8/10/202031 minutes, 20 seconds
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How Ayesha Selden Went From the Projects to Multi-Millionaire

Entrepreneur extraordinaire Ayesha Selden is our guest and she's ready to drop some wisdom on everybody listening! Ayesha always knew she was gonna be successful, and she did THAT and THEN some. She took on the stock market and real estate industry single-handed. Furthermore, she built up a million-dollar business plan and amassed a strong set of values and wisdom along the way that she's spreading around as far as she can reach. Today, she's dropping some practical investment advice right here as well as keeping the conversation going on investment, wealth building. Ayesha also breaks down the importance of just going for it as up-and-coming black industry leaders and entrepreneurs. It's an incredible episode, and we hope you glean as much knowledge from Ayesha as we have - and that you might even want to get to work! Follow Ayesha on Twitter and Instagram @ayeshaselden! RESOURCES MENTIONED Mud 2 Millions: Ayesha Selten's 7 Step Wealth Cheat Codes 
8/3/202053 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Dangers of Growing Your Business Too Fast While Getting Out of Debt with Nicole Iacovoni

Managing your money as a couple is a big deal. Whether you're still battling those student loans or already living debt-free, regardless, it's important that you and your partner are both on the same page. Nicole Iacovoni overcame her own financial crisis and is now using her experience to continue helping and inspiring other couples to do the same! In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we have Nicole on board to walk us through her debt-free journey as an entrepreneur. Nicole is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in couples therapy. She had big plans when she decided to expand her mental health practice into a full-service wellness center, but before she knew it, she and her business were deep in debt and struggling to generate income with seemingly no way out. Not only did this negatively affect the practice, it starting to take its toll on her marriage too. That's where Nicole drew the line. She learned so many valuable lessons about marriage and money throughout the process of eliminating their debt, she's added financial therapy under her belt and is giving out advice, tips, tricks, and first-hand experience to anyone out there looking to take better control of their finances and start their own debt-free story!  RESOURCES MENTIONED https://nicoleiacovoni.com/date-your-money/
7/27/202032 minutes, 28 seconds
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The Importance of Entrepreneurship and How to Deduct Everything with Carter Cofield

On this episode of the His and Her Money Show, certified financial planner Carter Cofield is back on the podcast and we're talking business: YOUR business. Carter knows what he's talking about when it comes to money so it's no question why we want you to hear everything he's got to say about entrepreneurship, and stepping out of your comfort zone to start your own business. RESOURCES MENTIONED Carter’s Deduct Everything Course CofieldAdvisors.com Rich Dad's CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom by Robert T. Kiyosaki
7/23/202054 minutes, 24 seconds
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Why You Need a Home Based Business and How to Start! with Dr. Lynn Richardson

Today's episode of His & Her Money is all about entrepreneurship, and it's a game-changer! Our guest is celebrity financial coach Dr. Lynn Richardson: she's been here before, and by popular demand, she's back and breaking down the facts on home-based businesses, what they are, and why they're essential to work-life balance, wealth building, and financial independence. You can have your 9-to-5 and run your home-based business, or commit to it full-time, but whichever way you choose, Lynn knows having a home-based business is a MUST. And she'll tell you why! She's a goldmine of information and tips to success, so we hope you've got your pen and paper out to be taking some notes from this one. RESOURCES MENTIONED Lynn Richardson's classes
7/20/202056 minutes, 22 seconds
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How to Make Money Podcasting and The Steps to Get Started with Pete McPherson

On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, self-acclaimed "podcast nerd" and Do You Even Blog? founder Pete McPherson is here to lay it all out. Back in 2009, Pete unexpectedly launched his podcasting career with some friends. It was short-lived. So, he made the switch to accounting, then when he realized the corporate grind just wasn't the life for him, he decided it was time to hustle. Side hustle, that is. Over 50 failed blogs and online businesses later, Pete is back in the game as a full-time entrepreneur, blogger, and podcast rockstar. He's an awesome voice in the podcast and blogging community and a walking, talking wealth of information that any aspiring podcaster needs to know. If you're looking into starting your own blog or podcast, go on over to Do You Even Blog? and check out everything Pete has to offer in his Podcourse program so you can get started off on the right foot, backed by the tips and tricks you won't be finding anywhere else! RESOURCES Podcourse (Use the promo code HISHERMONEY for 20% Off) Do You Even Blog (Podcast) Podbean  Libsyn  RedCircle  Audacity  Auphonic  FixMyLevels
7/16/202056 minutes, 24 seconds
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Everything You Need to Know About the Health Savings Account (HSA) with Danielle Kunkle-Roberts

This episode discusses an area of your personal finance journey that has been overlooked. We are joined by Danielle Kunkle-Roberts to discuss the Health Savings Account and the benefits of opening one at any point in your financial journey.  Danielle is co-owner of Boomer Benefits, a licensed insurance agency that helps Baby Boomers navigate their entry into Medicare.  Health Savings Accounts or HSA’s are a great savings tool to put aside the necessary money for Medicare and what it’s going to cost you in your retirement. An HSA is an account that you can open when you have a qualifying high deductible health insurance plan that you can deposit money into tax-free that grows over time with interest that you can use to pay for qualified medical expenses.
7/13/202032 minutes, 38 seconds
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How Jeri Raised Her Credit Score from 545 to 765 in 8 Months

This episode of the His & Her Money Show is ALL about credit. And we've got the best person to lead the conversation. Jeri Toliver is taking us through the ins and outs of the credit score and how our actions can impact it positively or negatively. But even Jeri wasn't always the most proactive person when it came to credit. She's letting us in on her story, a single mom of two realizing her financial situation wasn't what it needed to be, to where she is now as a homeowner with an 850 score and thriving. Bad credit can follow you around for life, or you could get serious and start making the changes now to get your credit right. Now that Jeri is getting all the good rates and seeing the benefits of having her credit in check, she's full of wisdom about how you can do the same while building wealth and setting yourself up for the future. She doesn't stop until she's covered all the bases, and this is a great episode for everyone! Keep up with Jeri @ FLYYCredit.com!   RESOURCES Jeri's 850 Blueprint Course  The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason  Credit Karma  myFICO
7/9/202054 minutes, 48 seconds
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How This Couple Paid Off $40,000 of Debt by Blogging

The financial and personal freedom entrepreneurship can offer would be appealing to any couple. Though, it can feel impossible when your bank account is being drained by student loan debt every month.  Kelan and Brittany Kline found themselves in that exact position in 2016. With $40,000 in combined student loan debt, they were stuck in routines at jobs that left them uninspired.  After sitting down and taking a good hard look at what they had and deciding what they wanted, they came up with a plan that changed their financial trajectory. Over the course of three years, they were able to quit both of their jobs, figure out how to grow a successful online business and pay off all their student loan debt in 5 months. Yes, you read that right… 5 months! Listen in to learn how you can do the same. Kelan and Brittany share their experience navigating entrepreneurship while in debt. They talk about finding health insurance for their growing family, figuring out when it became the right time to walk away from their jobs and the challenges of working together as a couple.
7/6/202032 minutes, 12 seconds
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How to Find More Money To Achieve Your Financial Goals

There are questions we all ask ourselves: am I making enough money? Is it going to the right places? How do I keep building wealth and make the most of it without breaking the budget? These questions might be open-ended, but there ARE answers, and we hope you'll find some of those by tuning in with us today! This episode of His and Her Money, we dig deep into getting the most out of our income potential with Art Rainer. He's a writer, speaker, husband and father, and a motivator, looking out to help others hit all their financial goals. Today we're talking about his latest book, Find More Money: Increase Your Income to Tackle Debt, Save Wisely, and Live Generously, and breaking down how to make a few changes and best optimize our income to live the life you've always wanted. Art is laying it all out for us in this one, sharing the mindset and resources behind his God-first approach to finances and the tools he's used to build his own empire while inspiring everybody within his reach to do the same. From hitting the books and evaluating your debt elimination process, to launching your side hustle, Art is a voice of reason to us all and can light the fire under you to get your finances right and start reaching your goals today! RESOURCES MENTIONED artrainer.com Find More Money: Increase Your Income to Tackle Debt, Save Wisely, and Live Generously by Art Rainer The Money Challenge: 30 Days of Discovering God's Design for You and Your Money by Art Rainer  The Marriage Challenge: A Finance Guide for Married Couples by Art Rainer
6/29/202035 minutes, 27 seconds
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How to Develop a Million Dollar Mindset with Takisha Artis

On this episode of the His & Her Money Show, our guest is taking us to school on money mindsets. Takisha Artis is a financial life coach who loves to help women entrepreneurs generate wealth and manage their money the smart way, pushing her clients to get their minds right and develop the strategies that work best on an individual level. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Finding your own version of wealth Revamping our outdated ideas of money Listening to your internal dialogue How Takisha breaks down money into categories for her clients Takisha's story, from bankruptcy to thriving Shaking the victim mentality and taking accountability for your own money choices RESOURCES MENTIONED Takisha's website
6/22/202034 minutes, 52 seconds
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Pursuing The Good Life in a World Full of Unrest with Dr. Derwin L. Gray

The world is changing, and our guest on this episode of the His & Her Money Show is watching it all go down and offering up some incredible advice. Dr. Derwin L. Gray is a husband, father, pastor, and author who came from a career in the NFL to found Transformation Church, a multiethnic South Carolina based community. Today we're talking about his new book and his thoughts on life in general, from race to the church to what happiness means to each and every one of us. RESOURCES MENTIONED The Good Life: What Jesus Teaches About Finding True Happiness by Dr. Derwin L. Gray  Transformation Church
6/15/202034 minutes, 27 seconds
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Why Black Wealth Matters with Dr. Nicole Garner-Scott and Arian Simone

In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're having THAT conversation with Arian Simone and Dr. Nicole Garner Scott. These women noticed the lack of financial education in the African-American community and did way more than just pay attention, they took it to heart and teamed up to start a movement. LEGACY OR LOSE is a campaign focused on bringing awareness and filling the cracks, doubling down on the importance of wealth-building, education, and financial literacy. Arian and Nicole have built a powerful community and they're here right now to share some of their insights on tackling the wealth gap and how together, we can leave bias and systemic oppression in the past. But this interview is just the tip of the iceberg for these two. They're a wealth of information and inspiration and there's so much more to know, so you can get involved and join the movement at legacyorlose.com! RESOURCES MENTIONED Legacy Or Lose Online! Courses | legacyorlose.com/courses nicolegarnerscott.com Amount Financial  ariansimone.com The Fearless Money Mindset: Broke Doesn't Scare Me by Arian Simone
6/8/20201 hour, 3 minutes, 2 seconds
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This Couple Eliminated $650K of Debt So Far and There's No Stopping Them

Here at the His & Her Money Show, we love hearing debt-free stories, especially from smart money couples who got their head in the game and are crushing all their financial goals. In today's episode, we're talking with a couple whose story is a little bit different than the norm. Three years ago, Curt and Wendy kickstarted their debt-free ride with over 20 years of marriage, 6 kids, two full-time jobs, and $1,000,000 in debt between them. Yeah, you heard that right: a MILLION dollars. This couple is working on doing the impossible, paying off their monster debt and socking away money for their future and their kids. Today they share their strategy, mindset, budget tips, and how they even sold their SoCal house to tackle real estate investment to generate income. It's a crazy journey and they're not done yet - they've eliminated $650,000 of debt so far and can't wait to cross that financial independence finish line! RESOURCES MENTIONED Curt and Wendy’s website House of Fi on YouTube House of Fi Podcast
6/1/202041 minutes, 36 seconds
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How To Teach and Ground Your Children In The Gospel

Today’s episode features Brian Dembowczyk discussing parenting and how to bring the bible into your children’s lives. Brian talks about mistakes that he made and what it feels like to feel unqualified to disciple your children. Brain’s journey in the ministry has led him to a focus on equipping parents on how to better minister to their children.  The discussion goes into depth about how to make your ministering fit for your family and your household. Things like having a discussion around the dinner table, praying together, and layering in opportunities to talk about God. Brian talks about structured times and unstructured times.  Brain Dembowczyk is a minister and author specializing in bringing biblical teachings to children with realistic steps and goal setting. Brian is the managing editor of the gospel project at Lifeway Christian Resources, leading the kid’s team helping kids and parents introduce the scriptures. Brian has experience in student and family ministries.
5/25/202032 minutes, 14 seconds
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How This Family Kept Their Lifestyle Cost Down to Become Debt Free

Over here at His and Her Money, we love hearing your debt elimination stories from smart money couples. In today's episode, we've got Nadia Malik telling us all about her inspiring journey. She and her husband have taken total control of their finances, and they've been living debt-free for 10 years. AND paid off a house. Did we mention this was almost all done on a single income? RESOURCES MENTIONED Nadia’s Website  Nadia’s YouTube Channel
5/21/202035 minutes, 27 seconds
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How This Business Woman Used Financial Smarts to Become Debt Free

As financial bloggers, His & Her Money sees hundreds of debt-free stories. We love to see those calculators out and the numbers going down, but these stories aren't just about the money, it's also about the people behind it. In today's episode, our guest's experience with becoming debt-free has a different spin on what money means to her and how she's used her financial smarts to better her life in unpredictable ways. We've got Kassandra Dasent here with us today, a boss lady CEO who went all-in to knock out her $55,000 consumer debt. A successful businesswoman with a passion for holistic wellness, once she realized her debt was holding her back, Kassandra was giving up her dream condo and saying goodbye for now to a lot of the luxuries in her life, just to get her finances right and become more fiscally responsible for the future. This wasn't just a financial journey, but a total lifestyle overhaul. While budgeting, saving, and upping her income potential, Kassandra was shaking off decades worth of bad habits and learning so much about herself and how she was managing her money. And now she's back to living her best life with her husband debt-free! Kassandra is a great example of putting in the work, and we hope you can learn a lot from her inspiring journey. RESOURCES MENTIONED www.kassandradasent.com/ twitter.com/KassandraDasent/ instagram.com/kassandradasent/ facebook.com/MindingYourMoneyKD/ linkedin.com/in/kassandradasent getrichslowly.org/
5/18/202031 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Programs This Couple Used to Get Their Debt Forgiven

On today's episode of His & Her Money, we were so happy to link up with a couple from our Smart Money Couples group for a conversation about debt freedom. Christy is an elementary school teacher living in Qatar with her husband, and most of the debt she brought into their marriage was student loans. Several reasons pushed her towards paying off her debt, mostly her faith, and also the opportunities she realized she was missing out on. Initially, debt held Christy back from her dreams of being a missionary, and even after getting married, there were things the couple still struggled to do. And that's when it was time to hustle! RESOURCES MENTIONED teachanywhere.com/ teachaway.com/ www.searchassociates.com/
5/14/202041 minutes, 10 seconds
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From Burned Out Landlord to Mobile Home Investor with Rachel Hernandez

Rachel wasn't a stranger to real estate when she decided to make the switch to mobile home investment - she just wasn't totally prepared for all the twists and turns she'd hit along the way. The mobile home market is a completely different niche than single-family homes AND it's not the most talked-about investment opportunity. But no worries: on today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, Rachel is spreading the word on how she did it and how you can get started too! We hope you've got your pad and pencils out to take some notes and from Rachel as she breaks down the decision to go from burned-out landlord to mobile home investment superstar. She's got an insider perspective on how the market moves and some super helpful stepping stones for getting into the business, from choosing your communities, cutting your deals, negotiating with park owners, and so much more. She also gives us some of her top resources for budding investors, that she used during her own learning experience! Check out her blog, Adventures in Mobile Homes, to hear more of Rachel's story and get inspired. RESOURCES Rachel's Blog  Adventures in Mobile Homes: How I Got Started in Mobile Home Investing and How You Can Too! by Rachel Hernandez  Rachel's Top 10 Mobile Home Investing Books Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki  Mobile Home Wealth: How to Make Money Buying, Selling, and Renting Mobile Homes by Zalman Velvel Investing in Mobile Homes With Land by Tony Colella FREE Book (10 Dos and Don't to Get Started in Mobile Home Investing) Lonnie Scruggs PDF Book Deals on Wheels Rachel’s $2,000 Nightmare
5/11/202048 minutes, 2 seconds
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How Selling on Poshmark Helped This Couple Pay Off $325K in Just 4 Years

Teamwork is a big deal in all aspects of relationships, but when it comes down to money, you HAVE to be on the same page. Here at the His & Her Money Show, we're always interested in hearing how different couples are tackling their finances, especially when it comes to total debt elimination. Sometimes it can be a tricky slope, but on today's episode, we've got Danielle, aka Amore Salute, sharing all about how she and her boyfriend paid off $325,134 worth of debt in just 4 years! Danielle and her boyfriend are both super savers. Already sharing a good money mindset was essential to starting their debt-free journey. When they bought their house, they immediately knew they wanted to pay it all off as soon as possible and knock out the rest of their student loans right along with it. And did they ever! Today Danielle is taking us play-by-play through their debt elimination strategies, from the moment they decided to turn over a new financial leaf, to wealth-building and the lucrative re-selling side hustle that Danielle discovered unexpectedly. You won't want to miss out on this one! RESOURCES MENTIONED amoresalute.weebly.com/ instagram.com/amoresalute/ poshmark.com/ poshmark.com/closet/emptyhanger Empty Hanger YouTube
5/4/202029 minutes, 35 seconds
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The Economic Impact of the Stimulus Packages on Our Lives with Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

These are some trying times for all of us. With the COVID-19 outbreak sweeping the nation, everything in our lives is a little confusing right now, including our finances. We want you to know, we get where you're coming from, and today's guest is coming through to break it all down. For this episode of His & Her Money, we've got a familiar face stepping up to the mic as Lynnette Khalfani-Cox joins us yet again. Lynette is a financial coach and getting her back on-board for this important conversation was a no-brainer - she's one of our trusted allies in the financial community, bringing her own strategies and practical advice to the table so you're informed, you're prepared, and you're staying safe. Stay connected with Lynette at askthemoneycoach.com! WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Sorting out the facts vs. fiction surrounding the stimulus package A step-by-step breakdown to unemployment Lynette's insights on managing your money during a crisis Slowing down and figuring out during quarantine Empire-building for the future Answering your questions on 41k loans The importance of knowing your own finances, even if you have an accountant RESOURCES MENTIONED Lynette's List of State Maximum Unemployment Benefits (2020)
4/30/20201 hour, 2 minutes, 37 seconds
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How to Deal with Toxic Family Members with Dr. Laura Dabney

We've all heard about toxic people and relationships. Even if you don't realize it at first, not everyone in your life is going to be a positive influence and it's easier than you might think to miss the red flags of a toxic person in your circle. Sometimes we do notice, but we just don't want to act on it. The His & Her Money Show isn't just a financial podcast - we're here to help you with life, marriage, and all things in between, and today's guest is here to do just that. Dr. Laura Dabney is a psychiatrist specializing in psychotherapy, and an expert on identifying toxic people and relationships and helping others figure out just what to do with them. Whether it's a friend, partner, or family member, there are steps you can take to distance yourself and either cut ties completely or put in some work to better the relationship. Laura breaks it down for us with some invaluable tips for avoiding the negative influence of others and surrounding yourself with the positives. Her pearls of wisdom can apply to all sorts of situations - yes, even financially - and we hope you can implement them into your lives and break any toxic cycle you might find yourselves in. RESOURCES MENTIONED drldabney.com/ instagram.com/lauradabneycom/
4/27/202029 minutes, 48 seconds
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How Getting Fired Prompted Kiara To Pay Off Her Student Loan Debt

A sizable amount from a savings account and a small amount of money from a lawsuit settlement were the two methods that our guest today used to pay off her $62,000 debt in a little over a year.  Kiara lost her job right when she had a plan to pay off her student’s loan debt in 8 years or maybe 5 years if she worked hard enough. But that suddenly took on a different turn when she suddenly got fired and she had to sue her former employer.  Kiara shares how being an avid saver helped her pay off her debt faster even when she did not have a stable job. She also shares how the sacrifice of living at home helped her pay off her debt faster than most people. Listen in to learn how Kiara has a principal of saving 10% of her income whether she is employed, underemployed or unemployed. You will also learn how she used the snowball method when consolidating her loans- which is basically paying off the smaller loans with the largest interests first. Resources Mentioned The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason Focus Groups: Focus Point Global Schlesinger Lucas Market Research Brand Ambassador Program: Fusion Event Staffing ATN Event Staffing Havas Street
4/20/202041 minutes, 5 seconds
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How This Couple Paid Off $120k Debt While Living in A Tiny House

A couple needs to be on the same page when it comes to major decision making like paying off debt, which is what our guests today did to finally pay off theirs.  Marek and Kothney-Issa were initially living life to the fullest, enjoying their marriage without caring about the debt. This was until Marek came across Dave Ramsey on the internet and brought the matter up with his wife.  They share the strategy they used to pay off their $120k worth of debt in 24 months. They also share why they decided to live in a tiny house and why they believe it’s a good investment. Listen in to learn why you might be spending more money than you need monthly and why you need to do the math to start paying off that debt. You will also learn how you can still have a strong marriage even when working multiple jobs.
4/13/202035 minutes, 51 seconds
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How a Freelance Photographer Paid Off $75,000 of Debt in Less Than 2 Years

Cutting off expenses drastically, budgeting, and keeping a spending record were some of the major steps that saw today’s guest pay off her debt in less than 2 years.  Tracie is a 100% self-employed freelance photographer who only got serious about paying off her $75,000 debt in August 2018. The overwhelming burden of debt prompted her to take the necessary action. Tracie shares how being a self-employed entrepreneur with an unstable income became her excuse for making slow debt repayments. She also shares how listening to other people’s stories on the His and Her Money show brought her to the realization that she wasn’t doing enough to finish off her debt. Listen in to learn how you can also pay off your debt even without a stable income. You will also learn how to raise your rates as a freelancer, and ask for what you deserve which might be of huge help in paying off that debt you owe.
4/6/202040 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Blueprint to Financial Independence with Chris Mamula

From a young age, both Chris and his wife had the anti-debt mentality, which helped drive them to early retirement, and to be successful before their wedding day. This level of commitment can be replicated by taking a step back and looking at taxes, payment plans, finance, etc. from a different perspective. In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, you will hear about the amazing story of Chris Mamula, and how he retired at “41”. RESOURCES MENTIONED Can I Retire Yet ChooseFI Podcast ChooseFI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence  Chris Mamula’s Twitter  
3/30/202029 minutes, 16 seconds
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How You Can Use The Flea Market To Hit Your Financial Goals

Today we have Rob and Melissa to introduce us to Flea Market Flipper, and the strategies to turn something that has been thrown away or neglected, into something valuable.  Incredibly, they have managed to turn this hobby into a profitable business and have encouraged many to do the same. It’s that simple, but not easy to accomplish. In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, you will hear about the incredible journey that Rob and Melissa have taken, and how the Flea Market can be of value to you. RESOURCES MENTIONED Flea Market Flipper The Flea Market Flipper University Flea Market Flipper YouTube
3/16/202040 minutes, 11 seconds
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How You Can Start Making Money on Etsy

Supplementing your income with a side hustle can make a world of difference when it comes to paying down debt or boosting your savings. Today’s guest has been able to do both.  After Julie and her husband paid off over $90,000 in debt, she was able to take her side hustles to another level when she started to make money on Etsy. As a new mom balancing a full-time job and two other side hustles including her blog, Millenial Boss and show the Fire Drill Podcast, Julie has managed to add an additional $6,000 to her income since starting her Etsy store, The Swag Elephant. Julie shares what she's learned in starting up this lucrative hustle and how with the use of digital products, she’s been able to create a semi-passive flow of income for her and her family. Listen in to learn how you can do the same and why established platforms like Etsy are prime for launching any good product— even if you don't have one crafty bone in your body. Resources Mentioned: E-Printables Side Hustle Course Power Couples University Fire Drill Podcast How Julie paid off $100,000 in debt
3/9/202035 minutes, 52 seconds
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The Powerful Reason This Couple Has Paused Their Debt Free Journey

Ladies, if a man confessed to having a huge debt while you are dating, would you go ahead and marry them? Many ladies would never give it a shot. The fear of getting into a marriage and bringing in debt is real! Today on the show, we have a couple that did not allow debt to stop them from getting married. Alfred brought in a debt of $145,000, while Felice made sure that she brought in no debt. When they got married, they agreed on aggressively paying off Alfred’s debt. They went headlong into their debt freedom journey when they came to a point where they felt the need to pause their efforts. Tune in to find out the powerful reason why and the lessons they've learned along the way. Resources Mentioned:  Frugal Freddy Website 8 Essential Steps to Getting out of Debt
3/5/202031 minutes, 15 seconds
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How 10 Years In Prison Led Bill Down The Path To Financial Freedom

Bill’s story is a little different from the other stories you may have heard on the His & Her Money Show. That’s because Bill’s (aka Billy B.) story starts off with a 10-year sentence….but it ends with a $300,000 net worth and marriage at the end.  Bill survived a 10-year prison sentence and a life of partying, drugs, and addiction to become an entrepreneur, speaker, investor, and owner of the Wealth Well Done blog. You can find out more about him on his website,  Facebook, or Twitter.  
3/2/202033 minutes, 59 seconds
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Moving Beyond Fear Helped This Couple Knock Out $80,000 of Debt

One of the reasons most of us don’t want to tackle the debt is fear. We don’t want to risk failure. Najee and Jennifer don’t see it that way. They see the risk in NOT tackling your debt and they share why in this episode. They share their journey and the unique strategies that took them from $80,000 down to $11,000 in student and car loans in just 3 years.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  How Najee and Jennifer both got on board with their debt freedom budget, even though they have different spending styles The one thing that put Najee and Jennifer on track to cut their debt Why they automated the spending process to control their finances Why Najee and Jennifer chose not to travel during their debt-free journey The big mental switch that helped Najee switch from being a spender to a saver in their debt-free journey Why a vacation may not be what you think Jennifer’s and Najee’s unique strategies to stay on the debt-free track Encouraging your spouse or partner during their debt-free journey An easy-to-use visual reminder to help you stay on track with debt What to do when you make a mistake during your big-free journey   RESOURCES MENTIONED Smart Money, Smart Kids  Total Money Makeover    
2/27/202030 minutes, 56 seconds
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The Psychology Behind Successful Investing with Daniel Crosby

There are plenty of courses that teach you how to “run the numbers” when it comes to picking stocks on Wall Street, but there are very few people talking about the two most essential factors behind those numbers, discipline, and behavior.  This is why Dr. Crosby and the His & Her Money tackle the issue of your brain and investing. The more you know about your mindset and behavior toward money is a powerful skill that will return a nice profit to your wallet.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  Passing on financial literacy to the next generation Helping the next generation start investing- -and why they should start early Why is investing in Wall Street so complicated? Why investing is great for fund managers, but no so great for the average individual investor What kind of investments should we be looking at? Why expenses are very important in investing How to diversity your portfolio...and why it should be a global  How to deal with psychological roadblocks that keep you from investing Why you should invest in more than stock (aka yourself)   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Behavioral Investor Dr. Daniel Crosby’s previous episode on The His & Her Money Show Motley Fool Morning Star The Retirement Gamble  
2/24/202035 minutes, 24 seconds
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How This Couple Became Debt Free and Bought 41 Acres of Land In Cash

In this episode, Reginald and Pamela share the first steps they took to get out of debt and how they made the transition into full-time entrepreneurs and homeschooling parents.  They also share how they balance their unique approaches to money (Pamela is the visionary and Reginald is the number cruncher) to build two profitable businesses that work for their family. Oh...and did we for that both of these businesses without debt. On top of that,  they also bought 41 acres of land in cash.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  How a nursing career led Pamela to entrepreneurship Balancing a risk-taking personality vs visionary in a relationship Balancing entrepreneurship and getting out of debt at the same time Financially surviving as a family when you take a leap of faith How Reginald and Palmer relied on faith to take strategic leaps How Pamela developed a new business based on need The sacrifices Reginald and Palmer had to take on their debt-free journey Pamela’s and Reginald's perspective shift on debt and wealth How Reginald and Pamela built two multi-million dollar businesses...without debt How to grow a debt-free business   RESOURCES MENTIONED Instagram picture of purchased land in Montana Zillow QuickBooks Accounting Terms Every Business Owner Should Know (Quickbooks.com)   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
2/20/202051 minutes, 50 seconds
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How George Howard Amassed a 100 Property Debt Free Real Estate Portfolio

In this episode, George Howard shares his story of how he transitioned from failure to tax sales guru and his strategy for picking the right property in a tax lien sale to buying the right properties so you can build an income stream that will bring you closer to your dreams.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  George’s story of turning $500 into an investment that became 100 properties and a business...without debt Why almost anyone can buy a tax lien The different types of tax liens you can buy and the different types of sales you can get them The $500 investment that became a $200,000 reward for a savvy tax lien investor   Do I need a license to buy a lien? Do I need an attorney? How should you prepare for a tax sale? Does every state have a tax sale? How do you decide if a property is worth it? Why you shouldn’t get overly emotional off any sale in investing Is a building an asset or a liability? How about land? How do you know which properties to hold and which ones to sell? Should you ever use debt to invest? Why (and how) he’s preparing for an economic crash   RESOURCES MENTIONED Financial Freedom University courses (Use code HAHM for 50% off!)
2/17/20201 hour, 1 minute, 48 seconds
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How This Couple Got Started in Mobile Home Investing and You Can Too

On the His & Her Money Show, we’ve covered real estate investing from a lot of different angles:...but never live this. As Byron and Sharnice lost their jobs and needed a reliable source of income. Byron had tried real estate investing a few years before but was never able to make it a good profit. Then one day, Byron heard a podcast about a very interesting real estate investing opportunity with very low cash and didn’t require having a perfect score. That opportunity was investing in mobile homes. Find out how Byron and Sharnice took this investing opportunity (that most of us didn’t hear about) and turned it into new streams of income for their family and education for a whole new kind of investor.
2/13/202037 minutes, 37 seconds
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How This Mom's Blog Made Six Figures in Just 8 Months

2/10/202027 minutes, 43 seconds
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How Viewing The American Dream Differently Led This Couple to Debt Freedom

Today’s episode features another couple’s debt-freedom journey...with a twist. Like all of the other couples we’ve interviewed, Brad and Tara worked together to conquer a mountain of debt. The difference between Brad and Tara’s story is their path toward debt freedom.  This couple’s debt-free journey included two full-time jobs, a profitable side business, two kids, a death in the family, and a move to a new home. If you’re ready to hear how this couple conquered over $180,000 in debt in a little over two years while running a business and two full-time jobs..and came out on the other side more appreciative of the “ordinary life”, you don’t want to miss out on this episode. Brad Finn is a physics teacher and owner of a profitable small business (brewery) who was earning a 6-figure salary. After realizing that he was losing money on his expensive lifestyle, he followed his wife Tara on a debt-cutting journey. You can find out more about him on his website, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter   Tara Finn is also a teacher, Mom, Crossfitter, and marathoner who inspired and supported Brad through a debt-free journey to conquer a 6-figure debt and turn it into financial freedom. You can find out more about her on Instagram. 
2/6/202037 minutes, 52 seconds
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How Jason Butler Created an Ebay Side Hustle to Pay Down His Debt

For  Jason Butler, the journey to debt freedom is not a straightforward path, but it is real.  Inspired by other money bloggers, he made a goal of paying off his debt in 3 years. As he says, “He failed miserably.” But that failure sparked a new side hustle empire (powered by eBay) for Jason. That journey, along with strategies, is what Jason shares in this episode of The His & Her Money Show. Jason shares some of his top flips (and duds) while sharing his strategy for keeping costs low, managing inventory, and making the transition to owning your own store.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  The up and down realities of a debt-free journey Finding the right side hustle for you The process behind Jason choosing eBay as a key side hustle Best flips Jason made on eBay Biggest mistakes eBay newbies make  How do you find the right items to resell on eBay? Controlling costs on eBay: How much do you spend buying items? Shipping: How do you avoid high shipping costs? Managing your eBay inventory  Pricing strategies: Buy it Now (Fixed price) vs eBay Auction Jason’s eBay & debt-free goals for the future Should you start with an eBay store first? ll of the stuff (like loan requirements) when you’re investing?   RESOURCES MENTIONED eBay Thrifters Facebook Group Getting Started as an eBay Seller (The Balance Careers)   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
2/3/202035 minutes, 54 seconds
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How To Budget Your Time and Money In Marriage with Austin and Rachel Holt

Money is a very important part of the relationship when you’re a couple, but it isn’t the ONLY part. There’s also romance. Romance is the glue that brings two people together. Romance is what keeps a couple together. But in the daily mix of work, kids, school trips, doctor’s visits, family trips, and more, things like “date night” or simply talking to your partner become less and less of a priority. Austin and Rachel Holt want to change that. In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, Austin and Rachel Holt share their advice on strengthening your relationship by managing a different budget, your time. If you are in a relationship that has lost its spark because you don’t have time, this episode will provide practical steps that you can use today to start making a positive change for your relationship’s future. Austin and Rachel Holt are marriage counselors who run the marriage counseling business, Because Marriage Matters. Shownotes - https://www.hisandhermoney.com/443
1/30/202046 minutes, 28 seconds
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How Paul Got out of 2 Million Dollars in Debt by Tithing and Faith

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about two issues that aren’t usually talked about in the same sentence, faith, and real estate. Yet, Paul Moore found a way to combine faith and real estate in his life and he shares the wisdom he learned along the way. In the first half of this episode, Paul shares how he ended up in $2 million in debt and how he tithed and gave his way to a debt-free life. In the second half of this episode, Paul breaks down commercial vs residential real estate, real estate syndication, and crowdfunding. Paul discusses the current state of “house flipping” and what investors can do instead to work less for a bigger return.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  Paul’s downward life spiral after he sold his company for millions How Paul got into $2 million in debt ...and got out debt by tithing and faith The difference between speculating and investing The faith-driven, inspirational story of George Mueller Why your mindset matters when you are giving or tithing Real estate crowdfunding Is real estate crowdfunding better than investing on your own? The difference between commercial and residential estate investing Barriers to commercial real estate investing..and how to get around them What’s real estate syndication? The big “Why?” that drives Paul’s social justice mission What you can do to fight human trafficking   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Perfect Investment: Create Enduring Wealth from the Historic Shift to Multifamily Housing The Inspiring Life of George Müller(GuidePosts.com) Bigger Pockets Realty Mogul Fundrise Realty Shares Freedom Place Project Nefarious  Exodus Cry Wellings Capital  
1/27/202032 minutes, 16 seconds
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How The Velocity Banking Method Helped This Couple Pay Off Debt

The debt-free story of James and Cathy isn’t your typical “we saved money and hustled to get out of debt “ story.  It’s a bit more complicated than that.  It’s also a debt-busting strategy that isn’t for the weak. After paying off close to $60,000 in loans, credit cards, and student loans, they switched to a high-paying strategy known as the Velocity Banking to pay off their house early. Tune in if you are looking for a non-traditional way to pay off debt along with the practical steps you need to make sure you stay on the “paid” side of credit.  Cathy St. Louis is a Mom and blogger who works from home and blogs about simplicity and a debt-free lifestyle. You can follow her and James’  journey on their website and Instagram.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  What caused James and Cathy to make the shift to debt crushers Why Catchy and James decided to trade in a car to save on expenses and continue their debt journey How to manage debt when one partner is a big spender Why ego is a big part of the issue with overspender Getting a good deal on your car trade-in Building a sales cushion while paying off debt Using bigger sums of money (like a bonus or tax refund) to pay off debt Cathy and James’ unique strategy of using the HELOC to pay off a debt off fast Why James and Cathy chose to use the Velocity Banking method in the first place How they invested in Velocity Banking without getting   RESOURCES MENTIONED What is Private Mortgage Insurance? Bankrate Velocity Banking Calculator   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
1/23/202042 minutes, 31 seconds
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How to Master The One Thing You Were Created to Do with Jordan Raynor

Whatever you do in life, is a God giving feature and a blessing. That is the message Jordan Raynor preaches to the public and those who are willing to listen. Benjamin Franklin stated, “Be a Jack of All Trades and a Master of One!”. It is inevitable to be a ‘Jack of All Trades’ or to have many skills and talents, however, it is often that we are not a master of a single skill or talent within our arsenal.  In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we discover the story of Jordan Raynor, and know that everything we do, is an opportunity to be excellent!   THANKS FOR LISTENING Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
1/21/202035 minutes, 12 seconds
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The Dollars and Cents Behind Becoming a Real Estate Investor with Jarrod Greer

Real estate investing is an activity that’s becoming popular by the day, but how do you get started? How do you make the leap from potential real estate investor to someone who’s walking out with a loan for a new soon-to-be money-making property? In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, we talk with one of the experts that can get you started. Jarrod Greer is the VP of Mortgage Lending at Guaranteed Rate and a renovation specialist who can help you navigate the paperwork you need to start making a profit.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  What do I need to be a real estate investor? Buying and investing in real estate after the 2006-07 Recession...and possibly a future recession House hacking Why you need to plan more before we buy a home Your credit score: How does it impact real estate investing and how can I improve it? Difference between FHA (Federal Housing Authority) loans and commercial loans What’s the best credit score for an ideal rate? Renovation loans- What it is and how can I get one? Debt ratio-What is it and how does it impact my real estate investing How much money do I have to put down for an investment? ARV(After-repair value) and its impact on a renovation loan Why you need a team when you invest in real estate What you need to know before you meet a loan officer Why is it important to know all of the stuff (like loan requirements) when you’re investing?   RESOURCES MENTIONED How to Get Started with House Hacking Federal Housing Authority Loans (HUD) FHA vs Commercial Loan: Which One is Right for You? (NerdWallet) How to Get Started with House Hacking to Build Real Estate Wealth (College Investor)   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
1/16/202033 minutes, 42 seconds
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How Erica Built A Mini Side Hustle Empire To Help Her Pay Down Debt

Erica Wade brings the “hustle” when it comes to kicking debt’s butt and she shares her journey with us on the His & Her Money Show.  Tune in if you are ready to hear how Erica slashed her debt, built a mini side hustle empire and live a financially disciplined life that inspires others while treating yourself at the same time.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  The lasting positive impact the His & Her Money Show had on Erica  Tackling different types of debt What to do when you get overboard with budgeting ...and how Erica fixed the problem The most important account in Erica’s budget Why you should have fun built into your budget Handling the extra money from a side hustle How to balance a side hustle with the rest of your life Dealing with naysayers on your debt-free journey Going beyond the side hustle” Erica’s plan to move from side hustle to side hustle empire   RESOURCES MENTIONED The His and Her Money Show To Do Better With Your Money in 2019, Focus on Self-Care (StudentLoanHero.com)   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
1/13/202019 minutes, 26 seconds
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How The Middle Class Can Become Millionaires with Clark Kendall

In this episode of the His & Her Money, Clark Kendall shares how it’s possible for everyday, middle-class people like your janitors, hair salon owners, and teachers have the potential to become millionaires through smart, strategic investing.  Clark Kendall is the President of Kendall Capital Management and author of the fantastic book Middle-Class Millionaire. Furthermore, Clark has 30 years of experience in investment and wealth management with the academic knowledge obtained from the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA), Accredited Estate Planner (AEP®), and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER (CFP®) programs.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  How his childhood & passion for working with the middle class led him to write “Middle-Class Millionaire” Biggest misconceptions about retirement How to set yourself up for smart investing...even if you don’t have a million dollars in the bank Why you should adopt a saver’s mindset to become a better investor Why Clark says we need to rethink retirement Teaching financial literacy to your kids The unique way Clark taught his kids financial literacy How can someone get started in investing? What is tax diversification?   RESOURCES Middle-Class Millionaire: Surprisingly Simple Strategies to Grow and Enjoy Your Wealth 40% of Americans can't cover a $400 emergency expense (CNN Money) Rule of 72 (Investopedia) Uniform Gifts to Minors Act (Investopedia) Qualified Charitable Deductions (TheBalance)   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
1/9/202031 minutes, 53 seconds
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How This Couple Disciplined Themselves To Pay Off $22,000 of Debt

A couple committed to a debt-free journey is a force to be reckoned with… In this “In the middle” episode, we talk with Walter and Latasha about the strategies and inspiration that helped them knock off $22,000 out of their $66,000 worth of debt within months.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE Why Walter and Latasha decided to make their debt-free journey a family affair  The sacrifices Latasha and Walter made to stay on their debt freedom plan Getting your spouse on board when you’re on a debt-free journey Why April decided to sell her home (for a good profit) to knock thousands of dollars in debt The big step Walter and Latasha took to save money while paying off debt How to adjust your debt freedom plan with your pay schedule  The mindset shift about debt that transformed how Latasha and Walter felt about the debt The medical wake-up call that helped Latasha see the importance of having a back-up plan The financial legacy Walter and Latasha wants to leave for their children Walter and Latasha’s plans for the future Finding opportunities to pay for your goals while paying off your debt at the same time Dealing with emergencies and new bills on your debt freedom journey Why your debt-free journey affects more than you   RESOURCES Walter and Latasha on Instagram (@simplyfitandfrugal)
12/30/201930 minutes, 56 seconds
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The Life-Altering Moment That Pushed April to Attack Her Debt

When it comes to commitment in the debt-free journey, there is commitment...and then there is the April Wesley level of commitment. This is the kind of commitment that led April to do whatever it took to kick debt out of her life. Whether that was selling her car and riding the bus until she could afford to buy one, adopting a zero-based budget and not going over that budget even if she only had $3.00 left for food that week. In this episode of the His & Her Money Show, you will hear about the incredible “getting out of debt” story of April Wesley.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE The life-altering moment that made April become a debt fighter The important resource April turned to feed her new debt-free financial mindset (Hint: You’re reading about it right now) The first steps April took to begin her debt-crushing lifestyle Why you need boundaries in your personal finance journey The unique way April built a money mindset while broke The dramatic step that April took that shocked everyone How to sell your car for the highest price...even if you still owe money for it Dealing with criticism on your debt-free journey Why April decided to sell her home (for a good profit) to knock thousands of dollars in debt   RESOURCES Total Money Makeover Kelly Blue Book Buying a Used Car: Private Seller or Dealer? (AutoTrader.com) What is a Debt Avalanche? (NerdWallet.com) April Wesley on Instagram Reign Budget Curation on Instagram Queenship Restored on Instagram Queenship Restored website
12/26/201946 minutes, 25 seconds
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The Strategy Bart and Felicia Used to Knock Out $35,000 in Debt in Just 6 Months

In this episode, Bart and Felicia talk about the process of going from having hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt to a debt-free lifestyle that is creating an entirely new reality for the financial future of their family.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE The importance of having an accountability partner in your debt-free journey How to deal with the fear of a budget How to deal with the fear of facing your debt The strategy Bart and Felicia used to knock out $35,000 in debt in just 6 months How Bart and Felicia tackled a $100,000+ mortgage Why you need to have fun while you’re cutting your debt How Bart and Felicia dealt with social pressure to remain financially disciplined Telling your family and friends about your debt-free journey Felicia’s and Bart’s next ambitious goals The impact Felicia’s and Bart’s financial decisions will have on the financial future of their kids   RESOURCES Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps 9 Easy Steps to Make Your Next Family Budget Meeting Awesome
12/23/201931 minutes, 48 seconds
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How Jason and Desiree Committed to a Debt Free Journey after Trying Inconsistently for Years

Jason and Desiree are another couple in the middle of their debt journey, but their story (like everyone else’s) is unique.  In their situation, Desiree and Jason are tackling student loans and mortgage along with medical bills, credit card debt, and more. Despite all of this, they have tackled the medical bills, car loans, credit cards, and have an eye on knocking out the rest.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  How Jason and Desiree finally committed to a debt-free journey after trying inconsistently for years How to balance saving and spending Budgeting strategies to balance budgeting and saving The hardest part of being in the middle of a debt-free journey How to deal with haters and naysayers (and people who just don’t know) on your debt journey How do you adjust your debt when emergencies (like a new baby) happen? Keeping your partner accountable during your debt-free journey How to avoid arguments with your partner when you have different spending happens   RESOURCES MENTIONED Rachel Cruze podcast Chris Hogan Show How the Debt Snowball Method works
12/19/201926 minutes, 38 seconds
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How This Single Man Went From a Net Worth of NEGATIVE Six Figures to a POSITIVE Six Figures

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with Lawrence Gonzalez about building a comprehensive wealth that builds a new family legacy. In the pursuit of a good career, Lawrence’s net worth was a negative six figures. With hard work and plan that started with an embarrassing credit card moment in the store, Lawrence is pulling himself out of debt and has a positive, 6-figure net worth. On top of that, Lawrence is using the lessons and experiences from his childhood to maximize every cent of his money through a variety of tools including Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), 401Ks, rental income, house hacking, and more.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How Lawrence moved from a net worth of NEGATIVE six figures to a POSITIVE six figures The wake-up call moment that pushed Lawrence to take ownership of his money The sneaky little financial habits that were destroying Lawrence’s money goals The steps Lawrence took to start taking ownership of his money How Lawrence ended up moving from an estimated $20,000+ salary to $64,000 in a year The importance of mindset when you’re making financial moves for the better The lessons and experience Lawrence used to help him today Why personal finance should be about YOUR personal finances What is a “Net-Max” plan? Why we should prioritize our money to fit our definition of happiness Finding ways to increase savings with the money you already have How Lawrence is using rental income to fund his mother’s retirement  and change his family legacy Lawrence’s secret strategy for real estate investment The triple tax advantages of HSA’s   RESOURCES MENTIONED Toastmasters International  What is an HSA? (NerdWallet.com) What Is a 401(k)? (Washington Street Journal) What Are the Differences Between SSI and SSA Benefits? Cozy (rental app) What Is An HSA? Health Savings Account Tax Advantages Draw Fans Lawrence Gonzalez on LinkedIn L’Union Suite   Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit  HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
12/16/201934 minutes, 35 seconds
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How Marcia's Faith Sparked Her To Get Rid Of Her Debt

In this episode of the His and Her Money Show, we talk with Marcia about her debt-free journey. We’ll cover how faith sparked Marcia’s drive to get rid of her debt, how she stayed on track, and what she is doing now as a person free of debt.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  How faith pushed Marcia Armstrong to finally take care of her debt The tools and resources Marcia you used to start getting out of debt...and remain out of debt How to increase your income  to help you pay off debt faster How Marcia celebrated that last payment that set her free from debt How Marcia developed a public speaking career from scratch How to stay accountable during your debt-free journey What she is enjoying after becoming debt-free Why Marcia says getting debt-free was bigger than one person   RESOURCES MENTIONED Total Money Makeover How to Stay Motivated on Your Financial Journey With a Visual Board How to Make a Zero-Based Budget The Millionaire Next Door The Pressure Trap: Breaking Free from the Pressures of Society to Become Who God Called You to Be  
12/12/201920 minutes, 54 seconds
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How Reading 550 Books Led to Terrence and Erica Owning 55 Rental Properties

On this episode of His & Her Money, we sit down with Terrence and Erica to discuss how they’ve invested in their financial education to build their portfolio from one, duplex investment to owning multiple real estate, insurance, and property management businesses.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN The difference between sweat equity and check equity How to learn and grow with your business How to increase your real estate investment returns The importance of asking questions Maximizing value in rentals How making mistakes can be an investment in your own education   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Millionaire Mind by Thomas J. Stanley Who Took My Money? by Robert T. Kiyosaki TM 5 Properties Murphy Signature Homes Terrence Murphy Realtor IG: @terrencerealtor IG: @TM5Properties
12/9/201941 minutes, 23 seconds
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How The Recession Helped This Couple Get out of Debt and Start a Business

There are debt-free stories, and then there’s the story of Freddie and Sahirenys. This couple was not only able to clear $90,000+ in debt but also saved enough money to leave their jobs, start a business, get married, and raise two kids. On top of that, Sahirenys and Freddie did this in 5 years!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  Why your debt-free journey and budgeting approach should be personal to your situation How the Recession affected the way Freddie and Sahirenys looked at their debt Having conversations with your partner to make sure you are focused on the same financial goals Changing the conversation about student loans: The conversation Freddie and Sahirenys had about student loans  How the Recession changed Sahirenys and Freddie’s approach to a debt-free life How Sahirenys and Freddie set up an emergency fund while building a business and raising a family How they dealt with a family medical emergency...and kept up with their debt freedom plan Developing skills that allow you to get multiple jobs What to do about personal finance when your life doesn’t fit the textbook Why families of color need to share their debt freedom stories and have access to the right resources Balancing short-term and long-term needs in your budget as a couple The High 5 Banking Method   RESOURCES MENTIONED Mint Rich Dad, Poor Dad The Poised LIfestyle (Sahirenys’ website) Poised Lifestyle on Instagram  
12/5/201955 minutes, 33 seconds
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How Danielle More Than Doubled Her Debt But Then Paid It Off in 8 Months

Sometimes, beginning your debt-free journey requires making some financial mistakes. Danielle Martin, a single, recently graduated college student, had to get herself about 39k in student loan, car loan, and credit card debt before she finally shifted her mindset and took steps towards paying off her debt. Although she left college with 13k in student loan debt, about six months out of college, she not only moved out of her parents’ house and into an apartment, sending half of her paycheck to rent, but also decided to buy a car, taking out another 23k in loans.  She had more than doubled her debt within her first month of moving into an apartment, and rather than saving up and paying it off, she continued to spend her money on shopping. It wasn’t until both her debit card and credit card had been declined that she finally realized she needed to make some lifestyle changes.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Shifting your mindset to take steps towards eliminating debt Staying motivated by celebrating every win Making sacrifices early to invest in your future   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey  
12/2/201930 minutes, 32 seconds
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How this Couple Paid Off $15,000 of Credit Card Debt in Just 7 Months

In this episode of “In the Middle,” we talk to Anthony and Luan, a couple that has just finished paying off 15k of credit card debt in the past 7 months. They are still “in the middle” of their debt-free journey, and they now plan to take on their student loans and mortgage in the hopes of eliminating all debt.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to surround yourself with debt-free influences How to cut back and only spend money on necessities Steps to have conversations with a partner about debt Tips to prioritize needed purchases How to hold each other accountable as partners to stay focused How to change your perspective on paying off debt as an investment in the future rather than paying off the past   RESOURCES MENTIONED Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki and Tim Wheeler The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
11/27/201936 minutes, 46 seconds
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How this Flight Attendant Paid Off $47,000 of Debt in Under Three Years

So often, paying off debt can leave you thinking of the past - past spending, previous loans, perhaps past mistakes. But what if you approached paying off your debt as investing in your future? In this episode of His & Her Money, we sit down with Zach Pursley, a flight attendant for Delta Airlines. With over $47k of debt paid off within less than three years, Zach is proof that, with the correct mindset, determination, and, at times, sacrifice, it is absolutely possible to become debt-free in a short amount of time.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to make small sacrifices to live frugally How to move home to save money Ways to set up a money-saving budget How to prioritize which loans to pay off Keeping a positive attitude and approach to paying off debt
11/25/201932 minutes, 56 seconds
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The 10 Rules You Should Know Before You Invest in Real Estate with Marco Santarelli

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with passive real estate investing guru and podcaster, Marco Santarelli. If getting into real estate investing is something that you’ve always wanted to do, but never made the leap Marco Santarelli is a voice you need to listen to. In this episode, Marco shares the story of how and why he got into real estate investing at the early age of 18.  Marco also takes time to break down the principles of real estate investing in his “10  Rules of Successful Investing”. These rules cover the principles of long-term real estate investing at a level that any beginner with a potential rental property can understand. He explains how to set investment goals, how to calculate profits, and how to set up your real estate team for success.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE Why Marco started investing at 18 and what he learned from the process The biggest mistake he made on his first rental property Why is real estate a good investment? The 10 Rules of Successful Real Estate Investing How to educate yourself as a real estate investor How to set investment goals How to calculate profit from your real estate deals How can we know if a real estate deal looks good on paper? Should I have more than one bank account? What does “market agnostic” mean? The importance of hiring the right team for long-distance investing The top-down approach when picking a real estate property Diversifying your portfolio Signs of a good (and professional) property management company How to manage your real estate team for success   RESOURCES MENTIONED Think Realty magazine Realty 411 magazine National REIC magazine Other real estate magazines (BiggerPockets.com) Passive Real Estate Investing podcast Norada Real Estate Investments
11/21/201941 minutes, 43 seconds
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How This Couple Paid Off $380K of Debt On 1 Income

Kyle Depiesse and his wife were deep in debt when a single search into his life-to-date income launched him into a thirty-eight-month journey to completely eliminate his debt. Since then, they have paid off two mortgages and a car loan, totaling up to $380,000 of debt.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Ways to communicate with and motivate a partner to tackle debt and make life changes How to stay connected and inspired by your goals and dreams How to set and celebrate smaller milestones Tips to budget on an irregular income How to live below your means How to increase your income by capitalizing on your own value Strategies to set your partner up for success as a stay-at-home parent   RESOURCES MENTIONED The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman Kyle's IG: @kyle_depiesse
11/20/201933 minutes, 42 seconds
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Unique Investing Strategy Warren Buffet Used with Danielle Town

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about investing, but not from the perspective you might expect. We talk with Danielle Town, daughter of the investing legend, Phil Town, about the other side of investing. Danielle Town, who calls herself a “non-natural investor”,  shares why we need to consider our emotions when we invest and how to use that knowledge to our advantage. She also shares a unique investing strategy (used by Warren Buffett, himself) to take as much stress as possible out of investing.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE Why investing can feel scary...even for a corporate lawyer and the daughter of a very famous investor Dealing with rational and irrational fear in investing How to move past the fear of investing Becoming comfortable with investing...even if you aren’t a numbers person Why should we learn about investing anyway? What is inflation? What is value investing? Why value investing is a good investment for “set it and forget it” and non-natural investors Charlie Munger’s 4 principles of successful value investing How do you pick a good company to invest in? When you should (and shouldn’t) use your emotions to guide your investment decisions How do you deal with the emotional roller coaster of investing news? Understanding your emotional connection to money   RESOURCES Invested: How Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger Taught Me to Master My Mind, My Emotions, and My Money (with a Little Help from My Dad) 4 charts will totally change how you think about saving money (CNBC.com) DanielleTown.com Danielle Town on YouTube
11/18/201949 minutes, 51 seconds
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How You Can Side Hustle Your Way to Six-Figures as a Mobile Notary with Andre Hatchett

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about a unique business opportunity that you might not have heard about, being a mobile notary. While the job of “mobile notary” doesn’t get a lot of press, it gets a lot of work. As the owner of a notary agency and notary training school, Andre Hatchett will tell you, notaries are needed everywhere.  Mobile notaries are needed to witness documents, sign loans, verify wills, take fingerprints, and much more.  Mobile notaries can make good money, whether they work part-time or full-time. In this episode, Andre shares everything you need to know to get started right after you listen to the podcast episode. He covers how to get into the business (and why he decided to become a notary), how much money you can expect, how to get training, and how to grow your business through marketing and specialization.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE What is a notary? How do I become a mobile notary? Can you make a full-time income from being a notary? How much can you really make as a notary? What makes a successful notary? How much time do you have to spend to make this profitable? Secure at your job vs “self-employed”: Dealing with criticism as an entrepreneur What safety precautions can mobile notaries take? Insurance and tools: What kind of tools do I need to be a mobile notary? Do I need insurance? Should  I have a website? Is there still space in the market for someone just starting out? How do you grow as a mobile notary? Are the mobile notary services that bring in more money? How do you upsell notary services?   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Notary Business School (Use promo code: HAHM30 for 30% off) Directory of Secretary of State Offices and Websites Toll-Free Forwarding 123 Notary Notary Rotary Fiverr  
11/14/201941 minutes, 14 seconds
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This Middle Class Couple Went from Living On 44 Cents a Day to Becoming Millionaires

When it comes to becoming a millionaire, most of us think it’s possible only under a few circumstances: You own a really big business or create a super successful product You win the lottery You have a very, very rich family But Bryce Leung and Kristy Shen didn’t fall into any of those categories. Kristy had moved to the middle class from poverty. Bryce was a middle-class engineer who was trying to move up the ranks of what he thought was the American dream. Both Kristy and Bryce were just a middle-class couple who had enough of the rat race...and they became millionaires and retired. Did we mention that they were only in their 30’s?    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  How did this couple come up with the idea that they could become millionaires? Christy’s journey from living on 44 cents per day in China to a millionaire The reason Christy decided she had to get out of the rat race and make money a new way The resources Kristy and Bryce used to get started on their journey to a million dollars Why retirement isn’t about age The easy 4% rule that Christy and Bryce suggest to calculate your retirement number Why Bryce chose to invest in index funds as one of his million-dollar strategies Why Bryce and Kristy decided NOT to buy a house as an investment (when everyone else they knew was) How Kristy’s early experiences in poverty were a strength...and liability to a wealth mindset Why the survival mindset helps you survive in the short term but hurts your money in the long term How Kristy and Bryce joined the strengths of their backgrounds to become a wealthy couple Why you must rely on yourself to get your financial freedom How to deal with a saver that starts getting rich The importance of creating your own financial freedom  your way Why you can start your path to a million-dollar future today Wealth-hacking habits that will save money without hurting the quality of your life Wealth-hacking habits to make money while you’re traveling Why financial peace of mind is good for your health and society Why Kristy and Bryce are passionate about creating more wealth builders   RESOURCES MENTIONED Quit Like a Millionaire: No Gimmicks, Luck, or Trust Fund Required Millennial Revolution (Bryce and Kristy’s blog) Mr. Money Mustache blog Jlcollins Blog
11/11/201952 minutes, 14 seconds
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How Budget Meetings Helped This Couple Pay Off Over $75K of Debt in 2 Years

This debt-free story focuses on getting on the same financial page as a married couple. Both Ashley and David Garrison were trying to live the American Dream. They ended up over $75,000 in debt. Getting to a debt-free lifestyle took some adjusting, however. As Ashley shares, creating a budget and budget meetings was something David and Ashley had o adjust to. But once they did, they ended up paying off their debt in less than 2 years.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  How to convince your spouse that debt is a problem  Staying encouraged and persistent while talking with a reluctant spouse about debt Staying motivated when you’re beginning on your debt-free journey Handling money resentment and strife as a couple  The importance of faith in Ashley and David’s debt-free journey Having budget meetings as a couple Dealing with your partner when budget meetings get intense The unique ways David and Ashley saved and made money on their debt-free journey Allocating new money to your budget after you start making money Why Ashley and David left room in the budget for fun and relaxation Why Ashley and David chose the debt snowball method (and why you should consider it too!) Future goals of David and Ashley as a debt-free couple   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
11/7/201934 minutes, 23 seconds
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How This Couples Decision to Combine Finances is Helping Them Pay Off Debt Quicker

Finances can often put a strain on relationships - however, when Josh and Elisha decided to combine their finances, they embarked on a journey that not only led them towards paying 30k of debt within eight months but also brought about new conversations that strengthened their relationship. In this episode of “In the Middle,” Josh and Elisha are here to share what led them into debt, how they began their journey, and how they’ve held themselves accountable.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to hold each other accountable by combining finances How your debt-free journey can strengthen your relationship Adding side hustles for additional income Keeping your goals visual and tangible How simply saying ‘no’ can contribute to your debt-freedom Automatically saving towards an emergency fund   RESOURCES MENTIONED Page Eleven Paper Goods The Penny Lounge
11/4/201939 minutes, 5 seconds
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How This Woman Lives Off Her Side Hustle and Pays Down Debt with Full-Time Job

On this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we cover a story of someone who is “in the middle” of their fight to be financially free. Sruti Basu had close to $50K in debt and knew that she needed to make a change.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE Paying off debt when you have a lower salary First steps Sruthi took to control her financial destiny Keeping a balanced life when you’re on a budget Crafting the unique side hustle that works for you Talking about money with your partner in a healthy way Dealing with distractions and challenges along the way Treating yourself when you reach a financial milestone   RESOURCES Refinery29 Money Diaries: Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About Your Finances... And Everyone Else's Smart Women Finish Rich: 9 Steps to Achieving Financial Security and Funding Your Dreams
10/31/201928 minutes, 36 seconds
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The Secrets To Communicating About Money with Tarra Jackson

When it comes to talking about money in a relationship, most of us focus on the numbers. Very few of us focus on the words we’re using. That’s the lesson, Tarra Jackson aka “Madam Money” has for us today. As she shares in the podcast and her book, our money habits create a money “language”. This language is the lens through which we have money conversations.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN  How financial institutions are making money off your bad financial habits How your credit score can cost you more money Two ways you can avoid paying extra money to the banks How to handle “money misunderstandings” in your relationships The four basic money  “languages” The two basic types of spender and saver Why the way we talk about money matters more than you think How do I talk to someone with a different money ‘language’ than me? How do I begin to have the “money conversation” with my significant other? What is a “money date”? Can the way you use money change over time? Why single adults need to read relationship and finance books for couples   RESOURCES The 4 Financial Languages: The Secrets to Communicating About Money Tarra Jackson website Overdraft fees: A $15 billion problem for consumers (CreditKarma.com)   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit  HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
10/28/201937 minutes, 17 seconds
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How to Get Your Child through College Debt Free with Anthony Oneal

In this era, “debt-free” and “going to college” are two words that never sound like they should go together, but Anthony O’ Neal believes that they can. He also believes that we should stop allowing debt to enter the “college conversation” in the first place. Anthony O’Neal shares why he takes this hard stance about debt and college and the steps you can take today to prepare your child for a better financial future. Anthony also takes it a step further. He also covers what parents can do if they are currently facing an “I don’t have enough (or anything) saved for my kids” situation. He shares what they can do to get their child ready for a brighter (and debt-free) future.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE Why it’s so important for students to go to college debt-free How to break up with the idea that you need a student loan to go to college How early should I prepare my kids for college? How do I pick the right college that is affordable and valuable to my child’s future? What conversations should we have with our kids about college? What resources are out there to help parents and children make more informed decisions about college? What if we haven’t saved enough for college? Tips for managing your social media before & during your college years What Anthony does each morning (and believes we should do) to own our morning   RESOURCES  Debt-Free Degree: The Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Your Kid Through College Without Student Loans Find Your Calling website Anthony O’Neal’s website Anthony O’ Neal’s Scholarship Search Anthony O’Neal on Instagram Student Loan Debt Statistics In 2019: A $1.5 Trillion Crisis (Forbes.com) 30% of student loan borrowers can’t keep up with debt after just six years (CNBC.com) 529 VS. ESA: PROS, THE CONS AND WHAT’S BEST FOR YOU (ChrisHogan.com)
10/26/201925 minutes, 54 seconds
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Scott and Taylor Documented Their 7 Year Retirement Plan and How They're Doing It

F.I.R.E. is a movement and community centered around developing a healthy and sustainable framework for your relationship with money. Scott and Taylor, the creators of Playing with FIRE, are on the show to talk about their journey towards financial independence, and how they hope to spread the FIRE movement and help others become more financially literate.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN The F.I.R.E. framework How to begin FIRE based on your values Where to cut back on expenses How to use a retirement calculator Setting achievable goals The importance of understanding financial literacy Investing in broad-based, low-cost index funds   RESOURCES MENTIONED Playing with FIRE by Scott Rieckens Playing with FIRE Documentary Choose FI Podcast Mr. Money Mustache Simple Path to Wealth by JL Collins
10/24/201953 minutes, 3 seconds
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How a Huge Medical Bill and Unemployment Didn't Stop Sherika from Reaching Debt Freedom

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we celebrate the victory and journey of Sherika Wynter, a product manager/teacher/business owner/speaker who turned a bad financial situation into a lesson in persistence, creativity, and grit.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE Why we need to be financially prepared for the uncertainties of life The two situations that almost financially wiped Shericka out How Sherika successfully negotiated with insurance companies to cut an unfairly expensive medical bill Strategies Sherika used to stay financially responsible after she committed to getting debt-free The side hustles Sherika used to bring in more income while she was paying down debt How Sherika balanced a full-time job, a side hustle, and more to reach her goal Ways that Sherika leveraged her network to get even more money How she dealt with friends, family, and distractions while staying financially disciplined Dealing with family and friends who don’t agree with financial decisions Not accepting the status quo for your financial life Advice Sherika gave to her younger brother (and everyone) about student loans How Sherika is giving back The new financial freedom and journey Sherika is on, now that she is debt-free   RESOURCES Keep a Money Diary and Become Better With Your Spending What To Do When You Get Medical Bills You Can’t Afford 10 Ways to Make Extra Money to Pay Off Debt - MagnifyMoney
10/21/201941 minutes, 58 seconds
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Beginner Real Estate Hacks to Investing Like a Boss with The Downing Brothers

On this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with The Downing Brothers (Anthony & Anton Downing) of HGTV’s “Double Down ” about flipping houses, rehabbing, and all things real estate.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE How to flip real estate using an FHA (Federal Housing Authority) loan Requirements of the FHA loan The business principles behind the side hustle of real estate investing Cheat codes to getting faster approval of your loans Workarounds to getting more than FHA loan so you can get more cash flow in less time The importance of persistence in real estate investing (Very important for beginners!) Tips for adding  value to a home to increase it’s worth How do you find the right properties and neighborhoods to invest in? Good and bad signs of a good real estate deal The “Driving for Dollars” technique to make sure you’re seeing a real estate deal from all angles Building your real estate investing “success team” Successfully vetting the people on your real estate investing team (i.e. contractors, realtors, etc.) Building relationships with property managers and the community to decrease the headaches of investing Why it’s more expensive to buy cheap and take shortcuts when rehabbing a house What to do when bad things happen in real estate investing...and how to prepare for them in advance RESOURCES MENTIONED Chicago twin brothers hope their house-flipping pilot gets picked up to series (Chicago Tribune) FHA Loans (HUD.gov) FHA Loan Requirements for 2019 (Nerdwallet.com)   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Today’s show is sponsored by Fetch Rewards. Fetch Rewards offers users free rewards on groceries, just by scanning their grocery receipts! Listeners get 2,000 points when they use the code HNHM after signing up and scanning their first receipt. Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
10/17/201950 minutes, 1 second
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How This Couple is Choosing to Pay Off Their Debt Before Marriage

On this episode of “In the Middle,” we talk to Ashonzay and Ellie, a couple that has combined their debt-free journey with their health and lifestyle changes. They are the founders of Debt Free & Fitness, and their mission is to help people live a healthy lifestyle with both their finances and their bodies.  Ashonzay and Ellie came from different financial backgrounds, and consequently, they entered into their relationship with very different financial situations. In total, their debt began at 120k, with most of it coming from Ashonzay, and within the past 6 months, they have reduced it by about 26k.  Ashonzay openly shares about his hesitation to be transparent with Ellie about his debt, feeling ashamed, embarrassed, and fearful that it might negatively impact their relationship. In response, Ellie sets an incredible example of acknowledging her privilege, showing compassion, and accepting responsibility for her future husband’s debt.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to accept and understand your partner’s debt How to have a conversation with your partner about your debt Becoming financially transparent prior to marriage Creating discretionary budgets to make budgeting sustainable Organizing budgets and savings towards multiple goals Cutting back on excess spending Meal prepping to help both the budget and health Living intentionally while avoiding burnout Building a debt-free community Finding joy in things that don’t cost money Pushing through non-motivation and remembering your “Why”   RESOURCES MENTIONED Debt Free & Fitness Debt Free Community Meetup Group Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Power Couples University   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.
10/14/201945 minutes, 59 seconds
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How this Couple Paid Off Half of their $125,000 Debt in 1.5 Years

On this segment of “In the Middle,” we’re here with Elsie and Von - a couple that started off with almost $125,000 of debt and, within a year and a half, have cut down their debt to $58,000. They’re a couple with three kids, two properties, and a plethora of past challenges who are in the middle of tackling their debt on their journey towards debt freedom.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN The importance of communication and teamwork for couples The difference between regular and student loans How to get your spouse on board with paying off debt How to work through grief and challenges in a partnership Prioritizing mental health before addressing financial changes Talking to friends and family about debt journeys Making small changes to save money How to stay accountable and motivated   RESOURCES MENTIONED Every Dollar App Everyday Millionaires by Chris Hogan
10/12/201945 minutes, 9 seconds
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How a Career Fair at High School Inspired Rashauna to Build Wealth in Real Estate

In this episode of His & Her Money, we sit down with Rashauna Scott, a real estate investor in Chicago. Her interest in financial freedom was sparked at a career fair during high school, and since her teenage years, with grit, determination, and a whole lot of self-investment, she has built up a successful real estate career.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to find mentors and partners in real estate investment How to get started in real estate investment with limited finances Strategies to pinpoint what assets you can bring to the table in real estate How to create a strong business partnership How to determine whether or not a property would be a good deal Where to find properties How to leverage the bank and lender to invest in a property   RESOURCES MENTIONED Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki  Retire Young, Retire Rich by Robert T. Kiyosaki: Rashauna Scott on Instagram   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Today’s show is sponsored by Fetch Rewards. Fetch Rewards offers users free rewards on groceries, just by scanning their grocery receipts! Listeners get 2,000 points when they use the code HNHM after signing up and scanning their first receipt. Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.
10/10/201941 minutes, 6 seconds
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How to Budget with Your Spouse Successfully with Ericka Young

On this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about the power of budgets to change your future with money coach, Ericka Young. While most of us know we need to budget, most of us also know that we don’t like the budgeting process. Budgeting feels like a straitjacket. It feels like you’re depriving yourself. Budgets don’t have to feel that way. In fact, as Ericka Young shares with our listeners, restrictive is the opposite of how a budget should make you feel. A budget should leave you empowered. A simple, one-page budget can be a powerful tool for you and your family to manage your financial destiny.   RESOURCES MENTIONED Tailor Made Budget Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps Free Financial Education (eBook) for Teens (TailorMadeBudgets.com)   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.
10/7/201945 minutes, 24 seconds
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How this Single Mom turned Her Debt Free Journey into a Million Dollar Business

When you first begin to tackle your journey to debt-freedom, where do you start? Maybe you look online for some guidance, but so often, when we have premade budget trackers thrown at us, templates and plans we find online, they don’t work for us. It makes us feel like we’ve failed, and those loans feel more and more insurmountable. This happened to Miko Ehrmantraut, over and over and over again. Divorced, drowning in student loan and credit card debt, and suddenly a single mom, she made her first budget 9 years ago. During her journey, managed to knock out a whopping 70k out of her debt in a mere 8 months. Not only that, be she build a debt-free million dollar business in the process!   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to find a budget that works for your unique life Ways to tackle underlying emotional and psychological triggers behind spending money How to find extra money by reducing bills and expenses Learning a side hustle to make extra money Lifestyle changes you can make as a parent How to prioritize quality time with your child How to psychologically prepare yourself for starting a business Ideas to make money online   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Budget Mom   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Special thanks to Voleo for sponsoring this episode. Voleo is the first mobile app designed to help people invest in stocks together through investment clubs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/Voleo for more info. Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.  
10/3/201936 minutes, 19 seconds
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Faster and Cheaper Alternatives to College with Ryan Craig

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about a big issue that is affecting our entire country, student loan debt. It is one of the biggest hurdles of anyone trying to get financially free.  As our guest Ryan Craig points out, the U.S. student loan debt total is at $1.5 TRILLION dollars. This debt was incurred mostly by students who believed the dream that college would help them get a “good job”, only to find that the “good jobs” wanted employees with a different set of skills. How do we fix this problem and how do we prevent the next generation of college-bound students from falling into the trap? Give them alternatives. That’s what Ryan Craig is all about. Ryan argues that now is the time to give cheaper and more targeted options for people, throughout their careers, whether they are high school students or experienced workers looking to advance their career.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE What is causing the student loan crisis? How much should we be saving for college? Conversations parents should have with their kids about paying for college The “right-left” education approach Ryan says schools should adapt to help students find better jobs Examples of career paths that lead to good first-time jobs Alternatives to college Conversations our society needs to have about paying for college How to break up with the “college will fix everything” belief  What higher education may look like in the future What high schools) and parents need to do to prepare their children for college alternatives   RESOURCES A New U: Faster + Cheaper Alternatives to College Salesforce The Ultimate Guide to UI Design Bootcamps The Ultimate Guide to Digital Marketing Bootcamps Galvanize TalentPath Techtonic Aon Apprenticeships Alternatives to College   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit  HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness. Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The The His & Her Money Show on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.
9/30/201937 minutes, 7 seconds
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How This Student Developed A Plan to Get Out of Debt After College

Nowadays, going to college has become synonymous with entering adulthood in massive student loan debt. Having just entered the workforce, being able to not only find and hold a job but also begin tackling this debt can be incredibly daunting and seemingly impossible.  However, 23-year-old Briana Browne has managed to pay off 30k of student loan debt in a year and a half, proving that, with the correct mindset, support system, and motivation, reaching debt freedom right out of college is achievable.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Paying off student loans right after college Taking advantage of your family and home Private loan payment plans Staying focused on eliminating debt right out of college   RESOURCES MENTIONED Briana’s website - https://www.brianabrowne.com/
9/28/201920 minutes, 2 seconds
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How this Social Worker Got Back in Debt and Is Now Determined to Pay it Off for Good

So many of us are right in the middle of the journey to financial freedom and it's easy to get off track. Sometimes it feels as if the traction just isn't there. But it's never too late to start again.  On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with Sonia Sears. She became debt-free at one point in her life, but later on, she slipped back into debt. She is a licensed clinical social worker and also works as a mental health practitioner.    What You Will Learn In This Episode How to give things up in the short term to achieve your long term goal Get extra jobs and use the cash to pay off debt If you can, go live with your parents for a while to decrease your expenses Why you need to be accountable to someone   Resources Mentioned Mint: Budget Tracker & Planner – Free Only Money Management   Thanks For Listening! Special thanks to Voleo for sponsoring this episode. Voleo is the first mobile app designed to help people invest in stocks together through investment clubs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/Voleo for more info. Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.
9/26/201935 minutes, 35 seconds
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Using Group Purchasing with Other Investors to Buy Properties and Build Wealth

Real estate investment is a long-term game that can reap some incredible benefits. However, buying a single home most likely won’t lead you towards complete financial independence. Today, a real estate investing couple, Mark and Tamiel, are here to share their experience and journey into real estate syndication and how they are using this to build generational wealth and choice-filled lives for their children Real estate syndication is, in short, group purchasing. It allows the average person to collectively gather money with other investors to buy properties that they would not be able to buy individually.  Mark and Tamiel turned towards purchasing larger, multi-family units or apartment buildings because the track they were on would only lead them to financial independence late in life.   WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Ways to get involved in real estate syndication Differences between single-home and multi-unit investments How to find trustworthy and reliable partners Factors to consider before investing How to manage and divide revenue for multi-unit investments What to look for in an investment area How to come up with the capital for an initial investment   RESOURCES MENTIONED Family Syndication Group   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning into the His & Her Money Show. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review of the His & Her Money Show on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and we do read each and every one of them.
9/23/201943 minutes, 18 seconds
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How this Pastor and First Lady Paid Off $52,000 of Debt in 32 Months

On this episode of The His & Her Money podcast, we’ve got an incredible story for you. Meet Christopher and Savaughn, a court officer and medical receptionist by day, pastor and first lady of their church by night. Married for 17 years and with 2 children, they managed to pay off 52k of debt in 32 months.  With a combination of tax payments, medical bills, student and car loans, and credit card debt, they had been struggling with their finances for years before finally deciding to make a change. But once they took their first step towards debt freedom and the bills started disappearing, they were motivated to pay it all off. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN How to shift your mindset to make financial changes How to take action on your faith in getting rid of debt Ways to get your children involved in your financial journey Establishing a supportive community Making changes and budgets to increase debt payments The impact of a debt-free journey on marriage Taking the first step towards tackling your debt   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning into the His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review of the His & Her Money Show on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and we do read each and every one of them. Special thanks to Voleo for sponsoring this episode. Voleo is the first mobile app designed to help people invest in stocks together through investment clubs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/Voleo for more info.
9/19/201936 minutes, 58 seconds
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How This Mom of Three is Building Wealth through Tax Lien Investing

Here on the His & Her Money podcast, we’re dedicated to not only helping you pay off debt but also empowering you to invest in your own wealth. Real estate investing is a popular option - however, it often comes with many barriers and obstacles that make it seem impossible.  On this episode, we sit down with Danielle Pierce, an expert on tax lien investment who has been in the real estate industry for over 12 years. A tax lien is placed on properties whose owners have failed to pay their taxes. Danielle shares how investing in these tax lien properties can produce income through double-digit interest or ownership, and how this option serves as a more accessible and low-risk method of real estate investment. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Tax lien investing How to find out if your area has opportunities for tax lien investment What to bring and how to prepare for a sale How a redemption period can affect your decision to invest in a property Factors to consider when choosing an area  Benefits of hiring an attorney What happens after you purchase a tax lien property   RESOURCES MENTIONED Tax Lien Investing 101  Daniellepierce.com Danielle’s YouTube Channel   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.
9/16/201937 minutes, 58 seconds
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How to Go into Business with Your Spouse with Robert and Tammira Lucas

Teamwork is so imperative in marriage. Loving and supporting each other gives a great foundation to work and play together. And trust goes a long long way to secure unity. On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Robert and Tammira Lucas tell us their story.  Tammira describes herself as a serial entrepreneur, mom, and wife as well as a business professor in Baltimore. She is the founder of Moms As Entrepreneurs in underserved communities. She launched her own co-working space for mothers which provides babysitting services for moms. Another company she runs, The Business Dr, provides strategic marketing solutions for social media and business consulting.  Robert started in business with his father, running a home service for carpet cleaning which grew to a good level. He branched out and now owns his own used car dealership. He was born to be an entrepreneur.    What You Will Learn In This Episode How to support your spouse How to just go for it Strategies to research your idea Ways to properly handle failures and mistakes How to surrender to God and chill out How to include your children   Resources Mentioned The Profit– Marcus Lemonis  Living Your Best Life– Laura Berman Fortgang   Special thanks to Voleo for sponsoring this episode. Voleo is the first mobile app designed to help people invest in stocks together through investment clubs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/Voleo for more info.
9/12/201948 minutes, 17 seconds
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Building Wealth Through County Land Banks with Rob Rose

In this episode of His & Her Money, we talk to a special guest - Rob Rose. However, we’re not talking to Rob about his debt-free journey. Instead, Rob shares an incredible resource available across the country that could provide easier access towards personal and community wealth building through real estate investment. Rob is the executive director of the Cook County Land Bank Authority. A land bank is what the name states - it can bank and hold distressed properties that are either foreclosed or abandoned. Their mission is to make these properties available to potential investors, business owners and homeowners at below-market prices to stabilize neighborhoods through community-based wealth building.    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN The importance of community-based wealth building How to keep wealth within a community About the role of land banks Expectations for property investors Common property investment mistakes   RESOURCES MENTIONED Power Couples University Center for Community Progress Cook County Land Bank Authority   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.
9/2/201933 minutes, 22 seconds
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Raise Money-Empowered Kids with These Money Hacks with John Lanza

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with John Lanza from The Money Mammals about the power and practice of raising money-empowered and money-smart kids.   EPISODE SHOWNOTES: https://www.hisandhermoney.com/400   THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Today’s show was sponsored by Crush My Mortgage. If you are ready to accelerate the process of paying off your home mortgage and become truly financially free once and for all then enroll in our brand new online course Crush My Mortgage.
8/28/201942 minutes, 27 seconds
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How David Greene Built a Massive Real Estate Empire as a Restaurant Waiter

As David Greene’s story shows, it is possible to build a real estate empire on a waiter’s income. Using only hard work and dedication, David was able to turn his job waiting tables into a platform that allowed him to graduate college debt-free and have enough savings to start investing in real estate. David Greene is a part of the team at BiggerPockets where they discuss real estate investing strategies that allow you to build cash flow while investing.   Episode Shownotes https://www.hisandhermoney.com/Episode399     Thanks For Listening! Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit  HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
8/19/201950 minutes, 44 seconds
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How Jonte Used Financial Apps to Pay Off $60,000 of Student Loans in 1 Year

Debt can seem so daunting. It can also make us feel bad about ourselves. Negative thinking can cause us to go on autopilot and want to bury our heads in the sand. But when we decide to tackle the problem, we can look debt in the face and tell it: “Debt! You're going down.” On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Jonte Lee paid off $60,000 in private student loan debt in one year.    Episode Shownotes https://www.hisandhermoney.com/Episode398   Thank You For Listening! Thanks to PolicyGenius.com for sponsoring our podcast. Policy Genius is the easiest site to shop for term life insurance. You can find the best policy in just 5 minutes! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.  
8/14/201933 minutes, 16 seconds
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How to Talk to Your Parents About Money the Right Way with Cameron Huddleston

The Sandwich Generation is described as a group of people that have children and parents that depend on them financially. And so they feel they are being squeezed from both directions. But by having the right conversation early, things can be clearer and easier.  On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Cameron Huddleston, a financial journalist, and writer is the author of the new book: Mom And Dad, We Need To Talk. She shares a ton of wisdom on how to properly discuss financial matters with your aging parents.   Episode Shownotes https://www.hisandhermoney.com/Episode397   Thanks For Listening! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them. Get your FREE audiobook download and 30-day free trial at HisandHerMoney.com/Audible. Additionally, they have over 150,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or mp3 player. In fact, Audible has a ton of audiobooks for you to try no matter what genre you love to read.
8/7/201941 minutes, 7 seconds
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How this Couple Improved their Health and Paid off $229k in 5 Years

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, we feature Murphy and Melissa have been married for 9 years and together they paid off $229,000 debt in 5 years. The debt comprised of $125,000 student debt and $104,000 consumer debt.    What You Will Learn In This Episode Why you need to do your research How to get your spouse on board Marriage communication is important How to save money and still have fun Why a vision is important   Episode Shownotes https://www.hisandhermoney.com/Episode396   Today’s show was sponsored by Teach Me How To Budget. If you are ready to gain freedom in your finances once and for all then enroll in our brand new personal finance course Teach Me How To Budget.
7/30/201937 minutes, 39 seconds
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Easy Steps to Take to Retire Early without Pinching Pennies with Tanja Hester

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with Tanja Hester from Our Next Life and author of the phenomenal new book Work Optional (Retire Early The Non-Pinching Penny Way), and she shares her secrets to achieving early retirement. She retired at age 38 and her husband at the age of 41.   What You Will Learn In This Episode How you can save money without being a penny pincher You can start the process at any age  How to trick yourself into saving What is your vision What do you want your life to look like How to go through the transition retire process Why you need to track your spending What it means to hide money from yourself How to focus on earning instead of cutting Why all of this is worth it   Episode Shownotes https://www.hisandhermoney.com/Episode395   Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit  HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
7/25/201931 minutes, 50 seconds
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This Interior Designer's Side Hustle Helped Her Pay off $98k in 25 Months

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Amber Guyton, a single 32-year-old, shares her journey to debt freedom. She was bound by $98,000 debt that consisted of student loans, a car loan, and credit card debt. Astonishingly, she kicked her debt to the curb in 25 months!   Episode Shownotes: https://www.hisandhermoney.com/Episode394   
7/23/201938 minutes, 22 seconds
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How the NEAT Spending Plan is Helping this Family Get Out of Debt

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we feature Eugene Partridge as he shares his "In The Middle" story with us. He and his wife La'Keisha started with a total debt of $100,000 and to date, they have paid off more than $43,000 of it in ten months! Tune in to find out how! Episode Shownotes:  https://www.hisandhermoney.com/Episode393 Thank You For Listening! Today’s show was sponsored by Teach Me How To Budget. If you are ready to gain freedom in your finances once and for all then enroll in our brand new personal finance course Teach Me How To Budget.
7/19/201939 minutes, 33 seconds
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How Small Daily Decisions are Helping Rachel Become Debt Free

In this episode, Rachel Dowd is here to talk about how she approaches life's unexpected challenges and how she keeps herself motivated by finding gratitude in smaller victories. We interviewed Rachel for our series "In the Middle", where we talk to individuals who are still progressing through their journey towards a debt-free life. She is a dedicated listener to His & Her Money, a wife, and mother to three beautiful children, and the host of the Youtube channel Sweet And Simple Home.  Episode Shownotes:  https://www.hisandhermoney.com/Episode392 Thanks For Listening! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them. Today’s show was sponsored by Crush My Mortgage. If you are ready to accelerate the process of paying off your home mortgage and become truly financially free once and for all then enroll in our brand new online course Crush My Mortgage.
7/15/201942 minutes, 44 seconds
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How a Pastor and His Wife Paid Off $120,000 of Debt in Two Years

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Khaden and Christina Nurse talks about how they paid off $120,000 in only two years. Christina is a biostatistician who loves to help people by encouraging them and teaching them all the ins and outs about math. Khaden is an associate pastor and loves to speak about the gospel and what the Bible says about finances. He is also a business consultant for a recruiting company.     Episode Shownotes https://www.hisandhermoney.com/Episode391
7/3/201942 minutes, 47 seconds
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How This Single Woman Paid Off $30,000 of Debt in 96 Days

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Mary Wheeler shares her encouraging journey with infectious optimism. As a single woman, she paid off $30,000 in 96 days! Yes, you read right. 96 days.  What You Will Learn In This Episode Why money is a tool for you to use Find out what is really holding you back Why sacrifice is worth it in the long run How to stay committed to your goals What is discipline Who to share your dreams with Resources Mentioned Know Debt, No Problem Podcast with Mary A. Wheeler No Excuses!– Brian Tracy Think And Grow Rich– Napoleon Hill Automatic Millionaire– David Bach Thanks For Listening! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them. Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
6/27/201931 minutes, 19 seconds
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How Rebecca Used Minimalism to Get Out of Debt Fast

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Rebecca Patterson, a single woman shares her journey to debt freedom. Amazingly, she paid off all of her student loan debt in an amazing time frame. You're going to love hearing about her journey to debt freedom at such a young age. What You Will Learn In This Episode How to change your mindset towards money What to do with naysayers How to block out the noise from the world Why goals keep you going How low-cost events help Why podcasts are important How to go after what you want and get it Resources Mentioned Get in touch with Rebecca at http://rebeccaeloisapatterson.com  Patrice Washington – Chase Purpose, Not Money Thanks For Listening! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them. Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
6/24/201932 minutes, 23 seconds
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How This Single Mom Fought Her Way To Debt Freedom

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Danesca, a single mother and woman of faith, shares her story of debt freedom. The consumer debt of $38,833.09 included credit card bills, a car payment and medical bills she incurred due to Hyperthyroidism. Danesca paid it all off in only 16 months. What You Will Learn In This Episode How a single parent can become debt-free What the difference is between needs and wants How to include your children on the debt-free journey Different ways to save money How your attitude can help or hinder you Resources Mentioned Discerning The Voice Of God– Priscilla Shirer Financial Peace Revisited– Dave Ramsey Thanks For Listening! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them. Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
6/20/201938 minutes, 25 seconds
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How Re-Selling Helped This Couple Pay Off $80,000 of Debt

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, inspirational debt free couple, Brandon and Alayshia Presley, tells us about their journey to debt freedom. They detail how they paid off $80,000 of debt which included student loans of $50,000, a car loan $16,000, credit cards of about $4,000, medical bills of about $9,000 and money they had to pay back to other people of about $1,000.   What You Will Learn Why debt is NOT normal How to open your eyes to your REAL financial situation Why it’s so important to have a vision for your future Great ideas to bring in additional revenue How debt freedom gives you options Resources Mentioned Alayshia's Etsy Shop - http://go2l.ink/1yGq Alayshia’s eBay Store -http://go2l.ink/1yGs Brandon’s Tutoring Services - http://go2l.ink/1yGt Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey Rich Habits - The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals by Thomas C. Corley -   Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki Who Switched Off My Brainby Caroline Leaf   Thanks For Listening! Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them. Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
6/17/201932 minutes, 36 seconds
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The Adulting Guide to Life Insurance

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Andrew Doerman, from Legal & General America, shares his insights on life insurance. Andrew has been in his field for 15 years. We left no stone unturned in this episode. Get ready to take some great notes and ultimately take action. What You Will Learn In This Episode What is life insurance Why is it important What is the difference between term and whole life insurance Why you need life insurance if you have a mortgage What is a life insurance needs analysis Why an annual review of your life insurance is important Why work policy insurance is not enough Resources Mentioned Legal & General America – Life Insurance and Retirement AM Best Company – Credit rating agency Fitch Group – Credit rating agency Standard & Poor's – Credit rating agency Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy. Agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.
6/12/201935 minutes, 26 seconds
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How to Side Hustle Your Way to Financial Freedom with Joseph Hogue

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Joseph Hogue shares how to side hustle your way to financial freedom. Joseph comes from an equity analyst background. For the last 5-years, he has been helping mainstream investors with wealth creation. Joseph has a real passion for teaching people on various money-related topics from passive income and side hustle ideas to the best investments in dividend stocks.  What You Will Learn In This Episode How to build your way to financial freedom Which side hustle will suit you You CAN make money by doing something you love, it works How to outsource the things you can’t do yet A detailed explanation to self publish on Amazon Resources Mentioned My Work From Money Home- Joseph Hogue Joseph Hogue’s YouTube Channel- Let’s Talk Money! About PeerFinance101 - Joseph Hogue Joseph Hogue on LinkedIn Fiverr Udemy Thanks For Listening! Thanks for tuning into the His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Also, please leave an honest review of the His & Her Money Show on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and we do read each and every one of them. Today’s show was sponsored by Crush My Mortgage. If you are ready to accelerate the process of paying off your home mortgage and become truly financially free once and for all then enroll in our brand new online course Crush My Mortgage.
6/10/201944 minutes, 25 seconds
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How To Overcome Fear and Be Your Best Self with Ruth Soukup

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Ruth Soukup, the founder of Living Well Spending Less and Elite Blog Academy, as well as the founder of the Living Well Planner, New York Times bestselling author of six books, including her newest book, Do It Scared. All of us experience fear but it looks different from person to person. The research showed that there are seven fear archetypes. And usually, there are three or four that work together that gives each individual a unique fear fingerprint. Ruth realized that to cure the fear you first had to recognize the type of fear that was holding you back and then identify how it manifests in your life. If you can see it, then you deal with it. Resources Mentioned Do It Scared: Find the Courage to Face Your Fears, Overcome Adversity, and Create a Life You Love by Ruth Soukup The Do It Scared Fear Assessment
5/31/201937 minutes, 31 seconds
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How to Find Balance with Life and Debt with Leslie Tayne, Esq.

We’re going to be talking to Leslie Tayne. She has over 20 years of experience as a lawyer who practices in the area of consumer and business, financial debt resolution. Today we’re going to be talking about life and debt. What You Will Learn What ways your finances will change when going from single to married. How to factor your new spouse in your finances. Ways you can communicate about finances with your spouse. When to communicate with your spouse about finances. Sometimes it’s okay to keep finances separate when you’re married. What couples should talk about when it comes to finances. Resources Mentioned Life and Debt by Leslie Tayne Leslie Tayne’s Website
5/27/201937 minutes, 3 seconds
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How Steven Was Able To Pay Off $100,000 of Debt

Welcome back to another great episode! We’re ready to help you with another story of encouragement. Today we have another great example of financial freedom. Believe it or not, everyone has the ability to successfully achieve financial freedom. Today we’re going to be talking to Steven Donovan from EvenStevenMoney.com. He’s going to share his incredible journey about how he accomplished his debt freedom. He not only paid off all of his debt, but he and his wife also paid off the home that they are currently living in! What You Will Learn How to get started paying off debt. What types of things you should do to stay motivated. It’s important to create a budget. Creating goals are important. How to focus on the end goal. How to cut expenses. Importance of tracking expenses. Which debts to focus on first. How to make extra money to pay towards debt. What it feels like to pay off debt. Resources Mentioned EvenStevenMoney.com Thanks for Listening! Today’s show was sponsored by Crush My Mortgage. If you are ready to accelerate the process of paying off your home mortgage and become truly financially free once and for all then enroll in our brand new online course Crush My Mortgage.
5/20/201934 minutes, 58 seconds
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How This Couple Purchased 20 Properties and Bought a Block by 30

Today we’re going to dive into building wealth through the power of Real Estate. On today’s episode, we will be talking with 'The Charm City Buyers' - Khalil and Kyara. They are building wealth through real estate in the city of Baltimore. In fact, they have amassed a real estate portfolio of 20 properties to include an entire block by the age of 30. They are going to share with us how we can build wealth through the power of real estate investing as well! Resources Mentioned Charm City Buyers Website OPM is King! Introductory Class OPM is King! Masterclass
5/14/201948 minutes, 47 seconds
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How This Young Couple Became Debt Free In 18 Months

On this episode, we are going to be talking with Dustin and Tiffany and hear how they crushed over $75,000 in debt in just 18 months! Resources Mentioned Every Dollar App Instagram FB Page Tiffany Cottrell Accountability → → → CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ← ← ← ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/hisandhermoney ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hisandhermoney ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/HisandHerMoney
5/9/201930 minutes, 49 seconds
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How This Couple Paid Off $114,000 of Debt in 23 Months

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, Anthony and Jhanilka Hartzog tell us of their journey of paying off a tremendous amount of debt. They jumped into their financial journey in January 2017. Their goal was to travel more and to save more. Within 23 months they had paid off an astounding $114,151 which was comprised of credit cards, student loans, and a brand new car. RESOURCES MENTIONED The Total Money Make Over by Dave Ramsey Side Hustle Pro Podcasts Paychecks and Balances   → → → CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ← ← ← ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/hisandhermoney ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hisandhermoney ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/HisandHerMoney
5/6/201941 minutes, 53 seconds
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How Being Laid Off Led To This Man's Debt Freedom

Today we’ll be talking to Steve Shumpert. Amazingly, he paid off $75K in debt in just 15 months! He’s going to share his story with us today and tell us more about how he did it and how you can do it too! Resources Mentioned Steve Shumpert on Instagram Steve Shumpert on Facebook Email Steve Shumpert at [email protected]   → → → CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ← ← ← ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/hisandhermoney ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hisandhermoney ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/HisandHerMoney
5/2/201935 minutes, 57 seconds
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The Four Rules You Must Break To Get Rich

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Nathan Latka, entrepreneur extraordinaire, teaches us about the 4 rules that you need to break to become rich. Nathan has started companies, sold companies, and invested in companies and now teaches others what he has learned from his journey regarding financial literacy. RESOURCES How to Be a Capitalist Without Any Capital: The Four Rules You Must Break to Get Rich by Nathan Latka → → → CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ← ← ← ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/hisandhermoney ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hisandhermoney ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/HisandHerMoney
4/29/201947 minutes, 17 seconds
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A Solid Plan For Attacking Student Loan Debt with Travis Hornsby

On today’s episode, we will be talking with Travis Hornsby from Student Loan Planner about student loan debt and how to tackle it properly. Travis has a lot of experience paying off a lot of student loan debt. He has shown plenty of people how to pay off student loan debt and he is here to help you figure out a plan of attack and give you good wisdom on how to begin your journey of paying off your student loan debt. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE When to take out student loans Why it’s important not to take on more debt than you’ll be able to pay back About different repayment options When it's good to refinance Drawbacks to refinancing Whether it's a good idea to go to grad school if you already have student loan debt What steps to take when you want to pay off debt Financial goals before taking care of your student debt Tips to accelerate the process of attacking student loan debt About consolidating loans → → → CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ← ← ← ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/hisandhermoney ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hisandhermoney ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/HisandHerMoney
4/25/201944 minutes, 13 seconds
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This Couple Paid Off $83,000 of Debt in 19 Months

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Prentice and Dionne Motley, a debt-free couple, tells us their inspirational freedom story of being a good steward with their money. Episode Shownotes:  http://go2l.ink/1yTw → → → CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ← ← ← ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/hisandhermoney ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hisandhermoney ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/HisandHerMoney