Joe Saul-Sehy is a former financial advisor (16 years) and represented American Express and Ameriprise in the media. He is the co-creator of the multiple award winning podcast Stacking Benjamins. Joe was the “Money Man” at Detroit television appearing twice weekly. He’s appeared in Bride, Best Life, and Child magazines, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Sun-Times, Detroit News and Baltimore Sun newspapers. He’s also appeared online in more than 200 different places, including CNBC.com and WSJ.com.
Last week, we experienced one of the top 5 biggest data breaches’ we’ve ever seen.
And the worst part is most people have no idea what this means for their financial life.
This episode covers the good to know info.
I’m not a mom. But I relate to Boss Mom, Dana Malstaff tremendously.
In fact, one of my business goals is 100% because of this conversation.
Dana Malstaff is the CEO and Founder of Boss Mom. She is a mother, author, business strategist, podcaster, blind spot reducer, and movement maker. She is the author of Boss Mom: The Ultimate Guide to Raising a Business & Nurturing Your Family Like a Pro.
She aims to show people how to live a balanced, fulfilling life by managing their money and improving their health. Ever since she discovered the transformative powers of financial literacy, her mission has been to teach others how to take control of their lives by taking control of their money.
How can couples get ahead in life?
By learning to live on one income and having fun with the second.
Elle Martinez is the founder of the popular website, CoupleMoney.com and author of “Jumpstart Your Marriage + Money.” Elle site Couple Money, shares information about what matters most to couples looking at spending more time on what they love and less time on the financial minutia.
Her website Couple Money is to help couples ask questions and find tips,
Todd Tresidder is a former hedge fund manager who “retired” at age 35.
He loves playing the money game like a kid loves playing Monopoly and remains an active investor to this day. He’s also a financial educator and pro-consumer advocate having authored 5 personal finance books.
His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, Forbes, NPR, and MarketWatch, among other places. If you like what you hear from him today,
Scott Mulvaney is a health nut, adrenaline junkie, coach, sales, and marketing professional. Some of his passions include mountain biking, road cycling, skiing, CrossFit, hiking, rock climbing, skydiving, and philanthropy.
This episode is a two parter: we are talking about the importance of branding and once you get a brand established, how you can access pro-deals to represent companies and save a little extra money.
In this episode we talk about how money was discussed when he was growing up,
Jessi Fearon is a wife and mom of 3. She’s also a financial coach who helps people stick to their budget and achieve their financial goals. She has such a fun engaging personality and has been in the biz for over 5 years now.
In this episode we talk about the moment they knew they needed to pay off debt, her humbling experience of selling her Tahoe (which was her dream car), why she is a fan of zero balanced budgets,
Cheryl Fields is a professional speaker, Founder of Lifestyle Wealth Group, creator of the (start where you are) Wholistic Wealth for Women approach to financial security, and author of the upcoming book “Zero Is The New Million: How you can get out of debt in record time and be well on your way to a safe, secure, and carefree financial future” A former Financial Planner, she is currently speaking in cities across the country and sharing the 100 year old strategies the wealthy have used to build safe,