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“Have the confidence to set your framework for financial independence.” -Casey Weade Retirement is an eventuality that everyone will reach at some point, but not enough people consider well. Preparing for retirement is essential to keep not only your peace of mind, but the lifeblood of your company as well. Casey Weade is a certified financial planner, a retirement planning professional, and a best-selling author. Casey draws from his own experience to show you why setting goals and keeping your plans aligned is such an important part of your day-to-day process. He and Dustin Mathews break down the different ways that you should be thinking about preparing for retirement so that if the worst comes, you’ll always be equipped with the best. Read More » Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!   Here’s How» Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Everyone has an entrepreneurial spirit somewhere deeply embedded in them.”– Jason Smith   To get funding, whether that be from a bank, an investor, or friends and family, you need to use powerful words when sharing your business plan in order to get your potential investors excited and get them to follow up and call you back. Former explosives and ammunition military ops turned startup expert and Nevada Corporate Headquarters‘ speaker, Jason Smith join host Dustin Mathews on today’s show as they talk about making your numbers look sexy to investors with your business plan. Discover how a bankruptcy led Jason to his entrepreneurial path and how the nitty-gritty details of your business plan determine your potential for success and preparedness for failure. Jason also shares how he guides and motivates his clients to become successful entrepreneurs. Read More »      Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!      Here’s How»       Join the WealthFit movement today:   WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube   
“It’s better to say something than nothing in a situation, even [if you don’t know anything.]” – Sigrun Turning around a struggling business requires a leader that is determined and bold. Like a ship that it is going down, most leaders have the option to just go down or to cut it deep and stop the damages and then put everything back up. A mastermind business coach, female entrepreneurship advocate, and TEDx speaker, Sigrun walks us through how she turned around a business in eleven months. A former CEO of large software companies, she tells us how she became a CEO just by being her authentic, bold self. On top of that, find out the current mission that she’s up to right now that’s empowering females all around the world to be entrepreneurs, to share their message with the world, and to grow their business the way that they want to.   In this episode you’ll learn: Sigrun’s turnaround from project manager to CEO (3:22) Why Sigrun resigned after ten years of being on top of the game (17:00) How Sigrun survived being “unemployable” (29:30) Sigrun’s mission to accelerating gender equality (38:19) The lizard brain concept (42:25) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Simple things have more value than trying to check a bunch of boxes.” – Tony Horton Tony Horton is a world-class motivational speaker and creator of the best-selling fitness series P90X®, P90X2®, P90X3®, and Ten Minute Trainer® and, most recently, his 22-minute military inspired workout, 22 Minute Hard Corps®. In this episode, Horton takes us through his life journey from being a college undergrad performing pantomime on the street to becoming the successful fitness and lifestyle expert that he is today. He shares his belief that real and lasting change can happen when we commit to health as a lifestyle. Discover the Tony’s formula for creating and mainting success: Tony’s 3 Rs. In this episode you’ll learn: Tony’s first big break (8:23) What Tony originally wanted to do (12:34) The four things Tony’s excited about (25:39) Tony’s advice for structuring winning deals (30:57) The three Rs for sustaining success (34:45) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Experiences are things that last a lifetime because you grow from them.” – Danica Patrick Taking what she learned from the racing world into business, Danica Patrick shares nuggets of wisdom about what it takes to assemble a great team. She is an inspirational role model transitioning from iconic sports super star to entrepreneurial powerhouse. Danica explains how entrepreneurs can take things to the next level, and shares the importance of having a great team around you and finding and maintaining relationships. Getting into the personal side, Danica talks about some of her favorite experiences as well as her legacy.   In this episode you’ll learn: How to find great talent (04:16) How to look for and maintain relationships (06:23) What you should look for when choosing a market (16:19) What Danica wants her legacy to be (09:50) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“No matter how passionate you are about something, you can never anticipate nor expect someone to ever be as passionate [as you].” – Adam Von Rothfelder Life is all about pivoting from one path to another, and we’re never the same person throughout our life’s journey. Adam Von Rothfelder knows that to be true. As a former MMA fighter turned one of America’s Top Ten Trainers and CEO of Strong Coffee Company, Adam has pivoted across multiple fields, finding silver linings in life’s tough moments. He shares that journey, from losing important people in his life to finding a courage to move on. Stepping out from that dark place, Adam has now successfully emerged at the top of his game, helping others with their health and lifestyle choices and learning how to strive to reach a peak performance. In this episode you’ll learn: Adam’s transition from a MMA fighter to an entrepreneur (2:50) What he learned from being one of America’s Top Ten Trainers (13:56) Strong Coffee Company orgin story (26:41) Love the show?Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“The fastest way to build a big business is to launch to the smallest possible target market.” – Robert Skrob You can sell anything in this world, including your advice. Robert Skrob talks about selling your ideas, advice, and knowledge by teaching and getting compensated for it. Calling himself and Edu-preneur, he shares his insights on creating and monetizing online education. He is a CPA, CAE, and recognized as one of the best member retention specialists in the world. Talking about how people want to buy cures, he shares the biggest stumbling blocks of entrepreneurs looking to get into this business. He also shares how he got into the world of info-marketing. Learn some great ways on how you can retain customers and most importantly, keep them coming back.   In this episode you’ll learn: When Robert started info-marketing (06:41) The first product he made (14:51) His biggest advice when it comes to entrepreneurship (12:27) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube  
“The more educated you become, the more you realize you’re not educated.”-Adam Kintigh Taxes can be a thorn in the side of many individuals and corporations out there. This is the very reason why there are so many companies out there that offer services that focus on reducing your taxes in the long run with a variety of techniques that still keep your practice above-board. Adam Kintigh currently serves as Manager of Corporate Services at Nevada Corporate Headquarters, Inc. Dustin Mathews speaks with Adam about the different ways wherein you can save on taxes, especially when you’re setting up for incorporation. There’s so much misinformation out there about taxes and corporations simply because the information people are holding to isn’t up-to-date. Let Adam help you navigate this often-messy maze with some of the most current information in the industry. Read More »   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!     Here’s How»    Join the WealthFit movement today:   WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube   
“As scary as things look and as terrible as things were, the markets rebound and they rebound quickly.” – Stuart Arakelian Learning from our past mistakes helps us make better decisions moving forward. The economic crash of 2008 provided critical lessons and takeaways that everyone can benefit from. Drawing from his experience on the crash of 2008, financial advisor Stuart Arakelian talks about wealth acceleration, allocation, and diversification. He also shares some creative strategies on wealth transference as well as some tips on how to thoroughly vet a financial planner or advisor. Stuart thinks differently than other financial advisors. He formed Arakelian Wealth Management in 1997 after spending over ten years in Fresno working for two major life insurance companies. Stuart has built a respectable and diverse clientele and maintains a manageable number of clients, which allows him to effectively oversee and coordinate all of their financial affairs. In this episode, you’ll learn: Stuart’s big takeaways from the big crash of 2008 (10:54) The purpose of a solid financial foundation (16:16) Stuart’s preferred vehicle to use for wealth acceleration (29:48) Some things that people need to consider when it comes to the preservation and the protection of wealth (49:07) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Sometimes, you have to say no to exciting opportunities to be able to focus on other ones. It’s all about focusing on what’s important. “-Tina Hay This episode’s guest comes from a diverse background encompassing film, technology, and finance. Tina Hay is the Founder and CEO of Napkin Finance, a multimedia platform where readers can learn everything about money in 30 seconds or less. Today, she joins Dustin Mathews to talk a little bit about Napkin Finance, what it was like to partner with Michelle Obama in the Better Make Room Initiative, and pivoting and evolving and how that is key in business if you want to succeed not just in business but in life as well. They also cover a little persistence, finance, entrepreneurship, and life skills. Read More »   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!     Here’s How»    Join the WealthFit movement today:   WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube   
“If it didn’t move the needle, it didn’t work.” That is Geoff Chadwick’s philosophy on measuring the effectiveness of marketing campaigns. As the CMO of FortuneBuilders, the country’s premier real estate investment education company, Geoff oversees the development of the company’s marketing campaigns, media buying strategy and implementation, brand development and management, and software development. His “Did it move the needle?” philosophy is how FortuneBuilders – which runs thousands of online TV and Radio direct response ads every year – measures its success. Geoff joined FortuneBuilders with sixteen years of software development under his belt, as well as extensive enterprise solutions experience. He has also worked as a high-level consultant with blue chip clients including Nabisco, BarnesAndNoble.com, Priceline.com, and Best Buy. He has received numerous industry honors and recognition, including being a member of Emerging Technologies Panel and being featured on CNBC’s Technology Weekend Review and on Wall Street Journal. In this episode you’ll learn: The thing that pushed Geoff to the edge to say, “The ship has sunk.” (10:14) What the consulting world has taught Geoff (12:40) What excited Geoff about marketing (14:47) How Geoff avoided bankruptcy (24:36) What attracted Geoff to get behind FortuneBuilders (39:15) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“If you don’t have a North Star or a plan for your life, then you’re going to make crazy decisions that probably won’t serve you.” – Dustin Mathews Dustin Mathews shares his own take on entrepreneurship in this episode of the Get WealthFit podcast. As a bestselling author, serial entrepreneur, and Chief Wealth Evangelist for WealthFit, he provides a fascinating account of the path that led him to where he is now—recounting the people and experiences that inspired him along the way. He takes us back in time to when he was into Rastafarianism, football, and selling used items on eBay. He shares his journey and gives us insight on how you can discern whether you’re in a “dip” or ready to quit, and then and how you can move on from your current business (even if you’re the one who started it). He also offers invaluable tips for public speaking, presentationing, marketing, and building mutually beneficial business relationships.   In this episode you’ll learn: What inspired Dustin to become an entrepreneur (07:07) How he got into public speaking (24:51) Why he quit the company he founded (34:13) How he became the Chief Wealth Evangelist at WealthFit (38:49) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“The life of an entrepreneur, especially one with a fast-growing company, means having to learn to say no.” – Ross Paquette Business owners are constantly seeking answers to one overarching question: how do you grow a business quickly? Ross Paquette, CEO and the Founder of Maropost, has asked this question many times and in this podcast episode, he uses his experience to explain how to scale a business—after all, he did go from a one man operation to having a business that is now valued at over nine figures. Ross touches on what work ethic really means and why this definition is important. Plus, he discusses why email has been the backbone in the industry and where he thinks the future of email communication is going. In this episode you’ll learn: How Ross accomplished so much revenue with a small team (05:55) Whether sponsorship is a key factor to Ross’ success (08:09) The difference between hustle-and-grind and putting in the hours (11:21) Secrets for attracting the right talent (14:36) The future of email (23:08) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“The sooner you work, the more experience you get in things that aren’t about the money but communication, business skills, and problem-solving.”– Robert Farrington Learning wise money moves is quintessential especially when rewarding yourself for your hard work. In this episode, Dustin Matthews is joined by the Millennial Money Expert and the Founder of The College Investor, Robert Farrington. Robert helps people navigate out of student loan debt so they can start investing and building wealth. This is a conversation of what to do with student loan debt, making extra money, and preparing for entering college so you don’t have a bunch of student loan debt at the end of it. Robert also talks about the 529 Plan and how that can save you money for college. Finally, he offers some tips on how to the transition from working in a corporate job to doing something else full-time, and shares some wise money moves and the first thing you might want to consider if you are starting to invest. Read More »   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!     Here’s How»    Join the WealthFit movement today:   WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube   
“Saying ‘no’ is not necessarily saying ‘no’ to another person, but saying ‘yes’ to yourself.” – Drew Manning Health and fitness expert Drew Manning of Fit2Fat2Fit takes us into the arena of health entrepreneurship by sharing how he came up with his successful business. Putting himself in his clients’ shoes, Drew gained 75 pounds in six months on purpose in order to understand what it is like to feel overweight and then understand how to deal with losing weight. His journey landed him front and center on Dr. Oz and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Using these opportunities as examples, Drew talks about how to leverage publicity. As a health guru, he also offers up some pro-tips on maintaining a healthy lifestyle — including what we all need to know about dieting, how to quit bad habits, and the inside scoop one diet that he called the Achiever’s Diet.   In this episode you’ll learn: Why Drew decided to go from fit to fat; (03:06) What Drew learned from that experience that changed the way he looks at losing weight; (08:22) How Drew’s journey became viral and impacted his business; and (15:08) Why the Keto Diet is The Achiever’s Diet; (24:36) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“There’s absolutely not one good thing about artificial sweeteners. They’re a science experiment that has gone wrong. They are the worst possible thing that you can [ingest].” – JJ Virgin If our health isn’t in order, then we may not be able to enjoy the wealth that we’ve worked so hard for. JJ Virgin, author of the best-selling book Virgin Diet, imparts powerful and actionable advice while sharing how she came out after a health crisis with her son. In the podcast, JJ explains that sugar, the lack of human connection, and toxicity in our environment are stumbling blocks towards achieving a healthier life. She also offers tips on how to go natural, feel better fast, how to burn fat and what the real skinny on fruit is — is it nature’s candy or is it dangerous? In this episode you’ll learn: The dangers associated with artificial sweeteners (11:07)  Why social isolation and toxicity are health threats (13:30)  Everything you need to know about burning fat (24:24)  How to begin the process of going natural (31:38) The skinny on fruit diets (35:21)  Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Fear is always associated with risk, and risk is always associated with a big change or challenge in your life.” – Frank McKinney Real estate artist and ultra-marathoner Frank McKinney speaks about his personal transformation from neighborhood troublemaker to real estate rock star. He shares some of the things closest to him: his own fears, anxieties, and feelings of self-doubt in the real estate industry. Furthermore, he provides some helpful insights on overcoming these useless and negative feelings with what he calls the “healthy ego”. Moreover, Frank shares how you can amplify your presence in real estate through personal branding.   In this episode you’ll learn: Frank McKinney’s transformation from the neighborhood troublemaker to a real estate rock star (05:28) How to deal with the fear, anxiety, and self-doubt when taking a risk to build a house with your money on the line (23:17) How to amplify your presence in real estate through personal branding (32:25) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Keep moving forward because if you stand still, you’re going to get run over.” – Troy Steiner Troy Steiner and Israel Silva are powerful figures in the sports arena — specifically college wrestling. Whether you’re a business owner, an investor, or learning your way in this world, you’re going to benefit from the show because Troy and Israel talk about a game-changing mindset. Wrestling is an incredibly individualized sport. What does it take to build a championship team? Get a dose of how to up your mindset, how to handle defeat, how to tackle discipline and pressure and how to foster an environment that breeds and creates success. In this episode you’ll learn: How wrestling is a big metaphor for life (05:58) The value of consistency and showing up consistently every day (12:02) How to handle defeat (41:48) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Shaming somebody or judging them does not incite behavior change.” – Dr. Jaime Hope We all know how important it is to stay healthy and form good habits. But it can feel impossible when so many health care rule books and gurus today ask us to do so much at once. Doctor, wellness expert, teacher, speaker and author Dr. Jaime Hope believes that, for most of us, these guidelines can feel so intimidating that we don’t even try. She talks about how we can actually trick our brains and use what we already know to build healthier habits rather than disrupt our whole lives. Dr. Hope shares the 4 pillars of good health, how you can build better habits in a shorter period of time, and her experience bringing people back from the dead. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Real estate as a business makes a lot of sense because it’s a business people will always need.”-Doug Ottersberg In this episode, Doug Ottersberg, business and life strategist and the co-author of The Serious Business Owner’s Guide to Serious Business Success, sits down with Dustin Mathews to talk about financial success. Doug and his wife Anna are now retired, but have been financially independent since their 30s, so who better to hear about financial success from? These days, as a business and life strategist, Doug sees the myriad ways through which one can attain the level of financial success that he has. Among other things, he shares important tips like the so-called Peanut Butter Cash Flow, the 10-10-10-70 Rule for building wealth, and why you shouldn’t buy into the stigma that keeps you away from the millions you could be making in investing in mobile homes. Finally, Doug discusses how you can properly program your mind for success to see the opportunities you could be taking part in. Read More »    Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!      Here’s How»       Join the WealthFit movement today:   WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube   
“It’s incredible how the universe starts putting things in your path if you just start moving forward.” -Laura Petersen    In this episode: Everything is truly becoming possible at the touch of a fingertip in today’s digital world. No matter where, we now have the access to conduct our day to day life without having to settle down and immobilize ourselves in one place. Living the life of a digital nomad, Laura Petersen shares how she manages being an entrepreneur, multi-bestselling author, international speaker, and podcast host of “Copy That Pops.” It is much easier than you may believe! Find out more about digital nomading along with some travel hacks and what she considers her “forbidden fruit” in this refreshing episode. Read More »   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“If you want to get something done quickly, slow down and chill out.” – Rob O’Neill One of the most highly-decorated combat veterans of our generation talks to us about the operations that are one for the books. Robert O’Neill shares how he led the team with the Naval Special Warfare Development Group, also known as SEAL Team Six, into taking down Osama bin Laden and rescuing Captain Phillips from Somali Pirates. Robert recounts those moments and gets into the entire event that took place – from how they did it to what they had seen. Offering some great encouragement that he learned overtime as a combat veteran, he talks about his transition period from leaving the military and into the corporate world. Through Your Grateful Nation, Robert is helping many of the service men and women in their own transitions. In this episode you’ll learn: The former Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden (01:00) What he did when he found out he is in Osama bin Laden’s room (02:17) The reason why he retired (12:49) His interests and the steps he took towards the next chapter of his life (14:33) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Our emotions are more important than our economics degree and wealth” – Dr. Tom McFie As the youngest of six children, Dr. Tom McFie grew up so poor that he shared a single bed with his brother until he was ten years old. And so at a very young age, Tom decided that poverty was unacceptable. Through his research on acquiring wealth, he discovered The Perpetual Wealth Code. Today, sharing this key with others is his passion. Tom works tirelessly to help people scale the ladder from poverty to true wealth. As the founder of Life Benefits and author of three books on finance, Tom realizes that wealth means more than just money. He shares tips on how to build wealth and how you can become wealthy outside your wallet.   In this episode you’ll learn: Where to grow your money safely (15:23) Who is qualified to get life insurance (18:35) How Tom was able to increase his cash flow by 40% in two and a half years (35:03) The different ways to build free cashflow (43:53) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“If you earn things and you do good with what you have, you’re going to feel you deserve it and then get more.” – David Fabricius When you hit rock bottom, the path to creating wealth can seem steep and dark. David Fabricius is someone who managed to see the light from the darkness. Having once been homeless, he joined the military and eventually became a world-renowned speaker, award-winning entrepreneur, and a best-selling author. David reveals how you can change things on a dime and works to inspire people in various stages of their journey towards true wealth. He shares his top strategies and ideas for lighting up the path to wealth. He also recounts his own travels and experiences sharing the same stage with big shots like Robert Kiyosaki and interviewing A-list celebrities. Finally, he gives insight and advice on finding your passion, staying innovative, and curating a warrior mindset. In this episode you’ll learn: David’s journey from being homeless and joining the military (03:20) How to simplify wealth creation (18:32) How David grew his business 6,763.94% (25:10) The warrior mindset (32:37) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
“Investing is not about the numbers; a lot of it is behavior and mindset.” – Jeremy Edmonds With technology changing the way we consume media, more and more people are now flocking to streaming services and opt for cable-cutting. However, there is a science to it that one must understand before diving in deep. Jeremy Edmonds of Cable Cutting Academy helps us figure it all out by talking about why there are so many options coming out and how to be mindful of the streaming services you’re subscribing. He gives some hacks that you can do when investing in those. Starting it off on a personal note, he shares how he and his family managed to be debt-free. As a financial coach, he gets down to what differentiates him from a financial adviser and teaches people how to get the key people in their team. Cable Cutting Academy: The Step-by-Step Plan to Save Money and Watch What You Want Even If You’re Not Tech Savvy Strength In Numbers Jeremy Edmonds Facebook Jeremy Edmonds Instagram   In this episode you’ll learn: Some advice on how couples can start to have money conversations (15:12) Soundbite hacks on how you can instantly save money (17:13) What the cable-cutting movement is all about and how you can benefit from it (22:24) The top questions you should be asking your financial planner (33:49) Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the WealthFit movement today: WealthFit.com WealthFit Facebook WealthFit Instagram WealthFit Twitter WealthFit Pinterest WealthFit Youtube
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Sep 30th, 2018
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Mar 6th, 2020
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