Jamila Souffrant is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI), podcaster, blogger, money coach and founder of Journey To Launch where she shares her journey to reach Financial Freedom and helps others do the same. As a money expert who “walks her talk” she helps brave Journeyers; gain clarity around their finances and create an actionable plan to reach their goals.
Because of her money habits, Jamila and her husband saved $85,300 in 2016 and are targeting to save $93,000 in 2017 and are debt free besides the mortgage.
Eric Rosenberg is a badass. He’s a finance guy from Colorado who followed a dream and moved to Portland, quit my job to work online full-time, and then moved to the beach in California. He has both an undergraduate degree and MBA in finance. He has an incredible story of how he paid off $40,000 in 2 years, started a business that after 8 years of work became an overnight success bringing in over six figures per year.
Chris Miles, the “Cash Flow Expert,” is a leading authority on how to quickly free up and create cash flow for thousands of his clients, entrepreneurs, and others internationally! He’s an author, speaker, and podcast host of The Chris Miles Money Show, and has been featured in US News, CNN Money, and Entrepreneur on Fire, helping thousands internationally get fast financial results. In fact, his average client finds $33,000 per year!
In this episode we talk about the surprising strategy Chris used to retire at 28 years old and again in his 30s,
Charlie Javice is the founder and CEO of Frank, an online platform designed to streamline and simplify the application process for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), enabling millions of students to access billions in free federal aid.
Prior to Frank, Charlie was the Founder and Executive Director of PoverUP, an online platform designed to help interested students learn more about starting microfinance clubs, getting social-enterprise internships, and supporting microfinance organizations.
Have you ever wanted to be a blogger or have your own online business? If so, this episode is for you. Learning how to write copy is incredibly important for a business owner AND especially important if you want to be a better communicator in your job.
Liz Theresa is a an online business expert from the Boston area with skills and a breadth of experience in copywriting, business development, online marketing, graphic design, and web development.
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Ever wonder what previous #MoneyNerds guests are up to?
Well, I’ve got you covered in this special *LIVE* episode from FinCon 2017, I sat down with 4 previous guests:
- Scott Alan Turner, episode 5
- Jen Hemphill, episode 3
- Melissa Thomas, episode 16
- Steve Stewart, episode 2
Listen in as you learn what is new for their business and what their financial life looks like today.
Deacon Hayes is the founder of WellKeptWallet.com and the author of You Can Retire Early. He has been featured in many news publications including Yahoo Finance, US News & World Report, Investopedia, and CNN Money. He is best known for paying off $52,000 of debt in 18 months and is now on track to retire at 42 years old.
He has helped thousands of people develop a financial game plan so that they can achieve their financial goals in life.
Kara Stevens is a life coach, writer, speaker and founder of the personal finance and lifestyle blog The Frugal Feminista, an online home dedicated to inspiring and informing women of color about financial empowerment, girl power, and “juicy” living. She’s the creator of the super popular, Five Day Financial Reset challenge, where she had led over 10,000 women through resetting their financial life, and has multiple financial products that can help you on your journey.
We are often told we need to do more, grow for growths sake, and balance everything in life with a smile. But it’s rare to be told it’s okay to grow slow.
Lara Casey is a believer in the impossible. She the author of Make It Happen and also the publisher and editor-in-chief of Southern Weddings. Lara is the founder of the Making It Happen movement and frequently speaks on goal-setting,