Description - What separates those who become self-made millionaires from those who don't? Clearly something more than being able to make and save money is involved! What's the role of risk tasking in amassing your own personal fortune? Can anyone become a self-made millionaire? What are common roadblocks in the path of building your million and what are the go-rounds to surmount them? Jordan Goodman, host of The Money Answers Show, talks with Ann Marie Sabath, author of 'What Self-Made Millionaires Do That Most People Don't' about the roles that learning, attitude, goal setting, and money strategies play in achieving financial independence and building your million dollar nest egg.
Bio - Ann Marie Sabath is the founder and president of At Ease Inc., a 32-year old firm specializing in domestic and international business courtesy programs. She is also the author of Business Etiquette In Brief, Business Etiquette: 101 Ways To Conduct Business With Charm And Savvy, The International Business Etiquette Series on Asia, Europe and Latin America, Beyond Business Casual: What To Wear To Work If You Want To Get Ahead, Courting Business: 101 Ways For Accelerating Business Relationships and One Minute Manners: Quick Solutions To The Most Awkward Situations You’ll Ever Face At Work. Her ninth book, What Self-Made Millionaires Do That Most People Don’t was released by Career Press on May 21, 2018. Sabath’s books and training concepts have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Time Magazine, Condé Naste Traveler, Delta Airlines’ SKY Magazine as well as on CNN, CNBC, and 20/20. Since 1987, Sabath and her staff have trained more than 200,000 individuals representing the business, industry and government sectors in how to gain the competitive edge.
Description - Wondering how the work from anywhere trend really plays out? Can you actually make good money or is it trading one grind for another? Jordan Goodman talks with Caitlin Pyle, founder of 'Proofread Anywhere' and 'Work At Home School' about her journey to becoming a self-made millionaire. During their interview Goodman and Pyle discuss the impact that a work anywhere job can have, the importance of building strong skills, different steps to help grow your work at home business, the importance of an email list, why having a strong team is critically important, and why work at home or work from anywhere is such a hot trend.
Bio - Caitlin Pyle graduated summa cum laude from the University of Central Florida in 2009, but she’ll be the first to tell you that was not the path to the freedom she now enjoys. Although she’s now a self-made millionaire entrepreneur, she had to get out of her own way first. After getting fired in 2011, Caitlin built her skills into a $40k+ per year income with a thriving freelance proofreading business. In 2014, she started her first blog; and in 2015 launched her first online course, Transcript Proofreading: Theory and Practice™, which generated $100k+ in just three months. And that was just the beginning. Caitlin launched another course in 2017, General Proofreading: Theory and Practice™ and in 2018, Caitlin launched the revolutionary online Work-At-Home School, the one-stop place to build your work-at-home life from the ground up. Caitlin lives in Winter Park, Florida.
Description - Are you one of the millions tired of working a job that feels like a grind? Longing for more control over your life? Or could you just need a few more bucks in your income stream? Jordan Goodman, host of The Money Answers Show, talks with Nick Loper, found of Side Hustle Nation, about the new gig economy, why so many people are doing it and exactly what a side hustle is. Loper talks with Goodman about how he got started, what he's learned through interviewing over 300 side hustle entrepreneurs on his podcast, 'the Side Hustle Show,' and shares some fun and crazy examples of what side hustles can look like.
Bio - Nick Loper helps people earn money outside of their day job. He's an author, online entrepreneur, and host of the award winning Side Hustle Show podcast, which features new part-time business ideas each week. As Chief Side Hustler at SideHustleNation.com, he loves deconstructing the tactics and strategies behind building extra income streams.
Free eBook - https://www.sidehustlenation.com/passive-income/
Free Kindle Book - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00U867I3S/?tag=shnation-20
Are you on track for a secure and successful retirement? What are the key points you need to take into account? Is retirement planning more than talk about money? What are the 'four horsement of the retirement apocalypse?' What mistakes should you avoid? How do you prepare your heirs and when do you start? What are some concerns unique to women? Host Jordan Goodman talks with financial expert Larry Swedroe about Swedroe's newest book, 'Your Complete Guide to a Secure and Successful Retirement' in this episode of The Money Answers Show. Swedroe and Goodman discuss investments, the current focus on income generation and dividends, tax strategies and much more.
Bio - Since joining the firm in 1996, Chief Research Officer Larry Swedroe has spent his time, talent and energy educating investors on the benefits of evidence-based investing with enthusiasm few can match. Larry was among the first authors to publish a book that explained the science of investing in layman’s terms, “The Only Guide to a Winning Investment Strategy You’ll Ever Need.” He has since authored seven more books: “What Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to Know” (2001), “Rational Investing in Irrational Times” (2002), “The Successful Investor Today” (2003), “Wise Investing Made Simple” (2007), “Wise Investing Made Simpler” (2010), “The Quest for Alpha” (2011) and “Think, Act, and Invest Like Warren Buffett” (2012). His latest work, “Your Complete Guide to a Successful & Secure Retirement,” was co-authored with Kevin Grogan and published in January 2019. Larry holds an MBA in finance and investment from New York University, and a BA in finance from Baruch College in New York.
Can your habits be affecting your financial state? Absolutely yes says Tom Corley, author of the Rich Habits book series. Corley talks with Host Jordan Goodman about how certain habits are the foundation for building wealth and what habits you should absolutely avoid. Goodman and Corley talk about how habits are formed, mistakes the rich never make, the importance of having a vision of where you want to go, and first steps to take to create rich habits.
Bio - Tom Corley is an internationally recognized authority on habits and wealth creation. His inspiring message covers success habits of the rich, failure habits of the poor and cutting edge habit change strategies .In Tom’s five-year study of the rich and poor he identified over 300 daily habits that separate the “haves” from the “have not’s.” Tom is a bestselling and award winning author. His books include: Rich Habits, Rich Kids, Change Your Habits Change Your Life and Rich Habits Poor Habits. Tom has appeared on or in CBS Evening News, The Dave Ramsey Show, CNN, MSN Money, USA Today, the Huffington Post, Marketplace Money, Inc. Magazine, Money Magazine, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, Fast Company Magazine and thousands of other media outlets in the U.S. and 25 other countries. Tom is a frequent contributor to Business Insider, CNBC and other national media outlets. Tom is a CPA, CFP, holds a Master’s Degree in Taxation and heads Cerefice & Company, a CPA firm in New Jersey.
URL - http://richhabits.net/
How can you find the very best investment opportunities in real estate? What about buying notes? What are notes and how do you find them? What are the risks and the opportunities involved with buying real estate notes? Jordan Goodman talks with Scott Carson, founder and CEO of We Buy Notes, about the unique investment opportunity that note buying offers in the first half of today's show. In the second half Goodman talks with Seth Williams, real estate investor and influencer, about his experience with real estate investing and his top tips to help investors be successful. Williams, found of RETipster, talks with Goodman about the adaptability of real estate investing to fit the needs of each unique investor, how to identify and pursue the right things and how to prioritize your goals to find success.
Bio #1 - Scott Carson is the owner and managing member of WeCloseNotes.com, a Austin based, defaulted note buying company. Scott's company specializes in finding non performing notes on residential and commercial properties and purchasing these notes for their own portfolio. Scott teaches 'Note Buying For Dummies', a 3 day workshop for investors on buying defaulted notes. Scott was the previous Sr. Real Estate Coach for RealEstateProfitCoach.com and a Mortgage Banker and Vice President with JPMorgan Chase.
Bio #2 - Seth Williams is a land investor and residential landlord, with nearly a decade of experience in the commercial real estate banking industry. He is also the Founder of REtipster.com - a real estate investing blog that offers real-world guidance for real estate investors.
Carson's eBook - http://noteblueprint.com/freebook
Williams' eBook - https://is.gd/Ao84w6
Scott Carson - https://weclosenotes.com/
Seth Williams - https://retipster.com/
Can you truly save enough to become wealthy? What about early retirement? What is the relationship between money and time? Which is better for happiness - money or time? What is money? How much money do you need for the rest of your life and how do you get that? What is the new retirement goal and how does it differ from what we were led to expect? Jordan Goodman, host of The Money Answers Show, talks with Grant Sabatier. Sabatier, author of 'Financial Freedom' and host of Millennial Money, shares his experiences and insights about saving 1 million dollars by age 30, his new book, and his insights into building financial freedom. Sabatier and Goodman discuss different kinds of investments, the importance of side hustles, financial independence and a new vision for retirement.
Are you ready to take control of your financial life? Do you have a plan? What are the critical things to track and understand in order to know both your current financial situation and your likely financial future? What do you need to know to make informed financial decisions? Tony Steuer, author of 'Get Ready! A Step-by-Step Planner for Maintaining Your Financial First Aid Kit', talks with Jordan Goodman about the best ways to make clear, purposeful, well-informed financial decisions.
Bio - Guest: Tony Steuer loves helping others makes sense of the financial world in way that is easy to understand. A recognized authority on life, disability and long term care insurance literacy, he is on a mission to establish a path to financial preparedness and has created roadmaps for this in his many award-winning books. Tony’s most recent title is GET READY!: A Step-by-Step Planner for Maintaining Your Financial First Aid Kit. Tony has been featured on ABC and Cheddar TV and appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, CNBC, MSN and U.S. News & World Report, among others. Tony is a past member of the California Department of Insurance Curriculum Board.
URL - https://tonysteuer.com/
Is successful investing all about making the right investment choice or is there more involved? What happens when investors take time to consider risk? Can you increase your odds of achieving your goals by factoring in risk? What are some guiding principals to use when looking at risk? Allison Schrager, author of 'An Economist Walks Into a Brothel', talks with Jordan Goodman about her new book, about risk, about investing, and about how risk assessment is used in almost every decision we make, from big to small. Shrager's examples of risk management used in legal prostitution help shine light and humor on risk management in business and finance.
Bio - Guest: ALLISON SCHRAGER is co-founder of the risk advisory firm LifeCycle Finance Partners, LLC and a journalist at Quartz. She has contributed to the Economist and Bloomberg Businessweek. Having earned a PhD in economics from Columbia University, Schrager lectures at New York University and is based in New York.
Wondering what are the most common mistakes in real estate investing and how to avoid them? What are daily habits that have led to success for other established real estate investors? What are some of the big mistakes other investors have made and how did they bounce back? What can you learn from other real estate investors' experiences? Jordan Goodman, host of The Money Answers Show, talks with Zach Beach about his new book, 'New Rules of Real Estate' and about Beach's experience being part of the Prefontaine family of real estate pros.
Bio - Guest: Zach has been around the real estate business for over 7 years, coaching and mentoring. Zach’s current focus is helping our Associates from many backgrounds and situations, looking to start or continue their REI business. He specializes in speaking with sellers to find the best option for them. He helps acquire 5-10 properties every month between the family business and Associates. It was a natural fit for him to be involved in this part of the business because, at heart, he is a problem solver and a people person. His skills in marketing and finance have allowed him to thrive in such a short period of time in this business. Zachary is always educating himself and is always striving to become the best he can be. He is constantly looking for ways to sharpen his skillset in order to educate others.
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