Mike Brown has been around the financial industry and higher education for quite some time. He was a mathematics professor at Penn State for a while and now works as Managing Director of Nitro. Nitro’s goal is to help people spend as little as possible for college while minimizing the amount of student loans taken out.  

In this episode we talk about a three step process for approaching college, FAFSA form and why this is so critical,

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Let’s dive into today’s money conversation with Kelly Ruta. Kelly is a therapist turned mindset coach. She helps women who are high performing entrepreneurs, or soon-to-be entrepreneurs through her community FierceChick Entrepreneur Tribe.

In this episode we talk about Kelly’s personal daily practices she uses to keep her in a high vibe energy level,  I am statements, money blocks, why she was stuck at a certain salary for a while and how that was directly tied to a mindset block,

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Let’s dive into today’s money conversation with Erin Lowry. Erin is a millennial money expert and author of the book, “Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping by And Get Your Financial Life Together.” She’s the creator of brokemillennial.com. The thing I like about Erin is her writing style- she’s sarcastic, witty and writes like she speaks.  

In this episode we talk about writing the book and what people can expect from that, growing up in a household with constantly discussed personal finance,

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Today’s guest has been inspiring me since 2015.

I am so grateful for the opportunity to chat with Philip Taylor (or as you might know him as PT Money). PT is a certified public accountant, creator of FinCon, one of the top conferences personal finance bloggers, podcasters, and creatives, he’s the host of Masters of Money podcast, and blogger at PTMoney.com. PT is a really big deal in the financial world, so it was tons of fun chatting with him about his journey in life.

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Today’s guest is probably my favorite. I seriously thought for sure I was going to fan-girl out so hard during this interview.  Today’s interview is with Scott Keyes, the creator of ScottsCheapFlights.com. Scott’s Cheap Flights is seriously one of the best things I’ve discovered recently and one of the only products I recommend for everyone that likes to travel.

In this episode we talk about his start as a political journalist and the $130 round-trip flight to Milan,

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Today’s guest has a fascinating story. Hung Le is a personal trainer turned online entrepreneur where he teaches people about online marketing and creating lead funnels. He primarily hangs out at ParetoProfits.com. Hung has been a friend of mine for about 5 years, which is crazy to think about.

In this episode we talk about how Hung went from studying mechanical engineering, to building a successful personal training business, and then moving into online entrepreneurship,

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This episode is brought to you by the 5 Day Money Challenge. Get your shit together with money and increase your confidence in just 5 days. Go to whitneyhansen.com/moneychallenge to save your seat and join the fun.

Today’s guest is a rock star. Lauren Bowling started blogging in 2012 at L Bee and The Money Tree. Her blog caught so much traction that she quit her corporate gig and went all in teaching people about money,

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I have heard some amazing stories, but this one might be one of the coolest.

Tracie Fobes was able to create her dream life directly from her experience paying off debt.

Tracie is the founder Penny Pinchin’ Mom and TracieFobes.com. Her journey to paying off debt started when she was inspired by her friend, who was using the envelop system, paid for dinner with cash. Tracie went home,

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Is your grocery bill getting out of control?

If so, you’re going to LOOOVE today’s episode.

Today’s guest is bringing you a different perspective that directly affects our money situation- our grocery bill. Paul Salter is the founder The Nutrition Tactician. He’s a licensed dietician that has worked with collegiate, professional, and Olympic athletes and over 600 people to achieving their health goals. He was the nutrition editor for the largest online supplement retailer,

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Imagine going through a breakup AND being left with $9,000 of debt.

I’m pretty sure I’d be ugly crying for at least a couple months, but today’s guest came out of the fire stronger than ever.

Sarah Li Cain is the founder of HighFivingDollars.com, where she writes about all things personal finance and specifically focuses on the psychology behind our spending habits. Sarah is the author of The Authentic Budget, which is coming out soon,

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