How to Get Started Investing, the Cost of Actively Managed Funds, and a 2-Step Plan to Retire in 15 Years | E57 Jeremy Schneider

Investing is complicated…but does it need to be? Starting your investing journey can be super overwhelming especially in this age of information overload: stocks, crypto, FAANG, options, bonds. This brings up the obvious question: what should I invest in? Personally, I want to understand what I am investing in, how it creates its value, andContinue reading “How to Get Started Investing, the Cost of Actively Managed Funds, and a 2-Step Plan to Retire in 15 Years | E57 Jeremy Schneider”

Building a Legendary Marriage with Tactical Empathy, Generative Questions, and a Whole Lot of Patience | E56 Larry Hagner

I have a really fun episode for you today. I’ve been following today’s guest for a few years now and I finally got the courage to pitch him to come on the show. I’m really excited that he said yes because he has so much amazing insight to share. Today’s guest is Larry Hagner, FounderContinue reading “Building a Legendary Marriage with Tactical Empathy, Generative Questions, and a Whole Lot of Patience | E56 Larry Hagner”

How to Talk Politics and Religion Without Killing Each Other | E55 Corey Nathan

I’ve dreaded some recent get-togethers knowing argumentative political conversations are going to be on the agenda and for quite some time, I’ve taken the approach that it is better to avoid these conversations by staying quiet and giving a friendly nod. That line of thinking is changing for me now. Avoiding participation in these conversationsContinue reading “How to Talk Politics and Religion Without Killing Each Other | E55 Corey Nathan”

Mental Health Counselor on How to Stop Criticizing Your Body and Health is More Than Your Weight | E54 Sophie Killip

Our teenage years present many challenges. One universal obstacle I saw few of us avoid was the trap of comparing ourselves to others, particularly our physical bodies. Someone was always thinner, more muscular, prettier, taller, or had better skin. Many of those thoughts and feelings never went away but progressing through our 20s we notContinue reading “Mental Health Counselor on How to Stop Criticizing Your Body and Health is More Than Your Weight | E54 Sophie Killip”

Creator of Blind Dating Show on Dealing with Criticism, Law of Attraction, and Overcoming Self-Doubt | E53 Harrison Forman

Do you know what’s worse than being set up on a blind date? Going on that date in front of a live audience. Oh, and when I say blind date, I mean literary blind-folded. That’s the concept for the New York City based comedy show, UpDating. Imagine live comedy meets a reality dating show. ThisContinue reading “Creator of Blind Dating Show on Dealing with Criticism, Law of Attraction, and Overcoming Self-Doubt | E53 Harrison Forman”

15-Year-Old Entrepreneur Shares How He is Fighting Back Against Conformity | E52 Benjamin Wong

Imagine you’re 9-year-old and you want the new, hottest toy, what would you do? Would you ask your parents for the money, or maybe spend your birthday money to buy it? My guess is very few of our 9-year-old selves would have created a business to raise the funds. I also wouldn’t have convinced myContinue reading “15-Year-Old Entrepreneur Shares How He is Fighting Back Against Conformity | E52 Benjamin Wong”

Podcast Producer on Using Sides Projects to Develop New Skills, Meet People and Launch a Career | E51 Alex Williamns

With New Year’s quickly approaching, I’m guessing you will be thinking about how you want to spend more of your free time in 2022. Friends, family, and your health are all great choices but I want to dangle one more idea out there: a side project. A side project is something that you do asideContinue reading “Podcast Producer on Using Sides Projects to Develop New Skills, Meet People and Launch a Career | E51 Alex Williamns”

Student Loan Forbearance is Ending Soon…Here is How to Decide on a Repayment Strategy | E50 Andrew Paulson

For many of us, student loans are a huge financial burden throughout our 20s and well into our 30s. Student loans can be hard to keep up with because payments can be the same amount as mortgages. But unlike mortgages, I’m guessing you didn’t spend too much time understanding this debt before agreeing to it.Continue reading “Student Loan Forbearance is Ending Soon…Here is How to Decide on a Repayment Strategy | E50 Andrew Paulson”

The Damaging Consequences of Loneliness and What You Can Do About It | E49 Michael Bauman

In this extraordinary era of pandemic isolation, it makes sense that people are feeling more alone than ever. Although stay-at-home orders and social distancing exacerbated loneliness, this trend started way before Corona took on a whole new meaning. This rise of loneliness has caught the interest of many health professionals and is now being labeledContinue reading “The Damaging Consequences of Loneliness and What You Can Do About It | E49 Michael Bauman”

How I Compare a New Job Opportunity Against My Current | E48 Justin Peters

With the demand for help, and lack of candidates, many employers have turned to outbound recruiting. Many of my friends tell me they have been contacted by recruiters, former employers, and even a random encounter. Some don’t budge. Others have jumped at a new chance. Either decision could be right. Let’s discuss vetting a jobContinue reading “How I Compare a New Job Opportunity Against My Current | E48 Justin Peters”