There comes a time in our lives when we’re ready to take control of our finances. Perhaps we’re sick and tired of our mountain of student loans or our pitiful savings account.
Maybe we’re finally ready to invest for our retirement …
But where do we begin? There are so many things to do and we’re WAY behind!
Have no fear my friends … I’ve invited CFP and Personal Finance Author Bobbi Rebell on the show to share how we can all become Financial Grownups starting today.
What are we covering?
Bobbi and I chat about:
- Strategies for people to climb out of massive debt
- How we can fight the FOMO and the YOLO and achieve our financial goals
- Why automation can be our very best financial friend
This episode is all about straightforward action to help you win with your money. Join us for the next 30 minutes and take your finances to the next level.
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About Our Guest: Bobbi Rebell, CFP
Bobbi is the author of the best-selling self-help/personal finance book “ “How to Be a Financial Grownup: Proven Advice from High Achievers on How to Live Your Dreams and Have Financial Freedom”.
The book combines unique personal financial stories from inspirational leaders with targeted and relatable advice to help readers take charge of their money. Role Models include Tony Robbins, Kevin O’Leary, Cynthia Rowley, Jim Cramer, Drew Barrymore and Sallie Krawcheck. Bobbi and “Financial Grownup” have been featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine, AARP Magazine, Cheddar, Fox News, Well + Good, Oprah.com, The NYPost, Redbook Magazine, Refinery 29, US News and World Report, the Tony Robbins blog, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, The Better Man Show, Stacking Benjamins, Her Money with Jean Chatzky, So Money with Farnoosh Torabi, and countless other media outlets.
Money Master of the Week
Emilie from Cincinnati recently crushed her credit card debt and is now moving onto her student loans!
After taking out a 15 month 0% interest credit card last October and doing some nice updates to her home, Emilie has just paid it all off! She's feeling good to be back to zero credit card debt.
Her next goal is to continue chipping away at her student loans by paying down the balance by $20,000 in 2018. Talk about dedication!
If you want to learn more about Emilie and follow her path to debt freedom, check her out at Wise Mind Money.
Emilie is our Money Master of the Week!
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Bobbi Rebell's RESOURCES
Book: How to Be a Financial Grownup with Bobbi Rebell
Podcast: Interview with Andy Hill on Financial Grownup Podcast
MKM PODCAST RESOURCES
Young Family Wealth Playbook (FREE): 7-Steps to Solidifying Your Family’s Future Wealth
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― Warren Buffett
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All the opinions people who thins they right from their own point to view, being in the field of financial management from last 10 years i have learned a lot and if you go in depth you must agree that it is’nt that easy to get understand
I would agree with you that financial management is not easy to understand. Some concepts are easier than others (don’t spend more than you make, contribute to your retirement at a young age) but in practice, can be quite difficult for people.