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Most of us live in a place called scared city. This place is the opposite of abundance and it’s a place where we can’t thrive well financially. So I wanted to know, how do we move from scared city to a better place? Well, there’s no better person to walk us through this than Ken Honda, thought leader, and author of Happy Money: The Japanese Art of Making Peace With Your Money. Are you ready to leave scared city?Meet Ken“Zen Millionaire” author, speaker, and thought leader Ken Honda teaches transformational concepts surrounding money and happiness, including the Japanese concept of arigato, as they apply to our lives to bring greater happiness and heightened abilities to manifest. Honda’s Happy Money (EQ) teaches that how we relate to money is a significant indicator of how happy or unhappy our life is. Ken is the author of “Happy Money: The Japanese Art of Making Peace With Your Money" (Simon & Schuster).What You'll LearnWhat is the power of manifestingHow to manifest in all areas of your lifeWhy happy money is actually attainableWhat steps you should take to create change with your financesHow to move out of a scarcity mindsetLinksHappy MoneyKen Honda's websiteEpisode SponsorsLiterati Kids is a subscription book club for kids ages 0 - 12 that sends 5 beautiful children’s books to your door each hand-picked by experts. Go to http://www.literati.com/mymoney for TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT OFF your FIRST TWO ORDERS.Prose is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it. Take your FREE in-depth hair quiz and get 15% off your first order today! Go to Prose.com/mymoney.Get started with the MANSCAPED™ Perfect Package 3.0! Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code SHANNAH at Manscaped.com.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
What does it take to balance love and money? My magic recipe is communication, honesty (like real honesty), some dashes of fun, and empathy for some else’s feelings. It’s never easy to talk about money in a relationship, but there are some ways to make it easier. Janae and Theo from the podcast Planet Millennial Marriage are here for an open, honest, and laugh out loud conversation of how to balance it all and thrive along the way.I was a guest this week on Janae and Theo’s podcast Planet Millennial Marriage. I shared my tips and story about how to build a budget as a couple and not fight about money. It was such a great episode, that I thought why not bring them both here to flip the mic and share their takeaways as a real couple trying to balance love and money. Think of this episode as a giant Ask Shannah where we go into what it takes to win at love and money.What You'll LearnHow to balance two styles of handling money in a relationshipWays to communicate to your partnerHow to define the money roles in your relationshipWhen is the right time to talk about moneyJanae and Theo's story to finding marriage blissLinksPlanet Millennial MarriagePlanet Millennial Marriage on FacebookPlanet Millennial Marriage on InstagramEpisode SponsorsLiterati Kids is a subscription book club for kids ages 0 - 12 that sends 5 beautiful children’s books to your door each hand-picked by experts. Go to http://www.literati.com/mymoney for TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT OFF your FIRST TWO ORDERS and pick your kid’s book club gift today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
"Life is the accumulation of all the little individual choices you make on a daily basis." Powerful words from our guest Todd Miller, who is the author of an outstanding book titled Enrich. In fact, Enrich has been named as one of the 8 Books to Help You Find Financial Bliss by Entrepreneur Magazine.If you’ve ever wanted to create an enriched life full of time, money, and meaning, this episode has your name on it.What You'll LearnThe power of creating a vision for your lifeWhy you need a personal mission statementHow to connect your bank account with your goals and visionWays to set daily goals and milestones to achieve successHow to avoid the default setting in lifeMeet ToddTodd Miller is an entertainment CEO who has extensively researched and aggressively experimented with the work-life equation for over a quarter-century. While scaling the corporate ladder, Miller skillfully structured two sabbaticals, intentionally created a family through adoption, cycled coast to coast across two continents in support of children’s charities, and explored more than 100 countries on all seven continents. Drawing on ENRICH principles, Miller built time wealth and passive income while working full time. At age 53, the American-born author has retired on the Andaman Sea in Thailand.LinksEnrich 101 WebsiteEnrich bookEpisode SponsorsMake it the year you finally cross life insurance off your list, and get protection for your loved ones. Go to Policygenius.com and get started. You could save 50% or more by comparing quotes and start the new year with one less thing to worry about.Literati Kids is a subscription book club for kids ages 0 - 12 that sends 5 beautiful children’s books to your door each hand-picked by experts. Go to http://www.literati.com/mymoney for TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT OFF your FIRST TWO ORDERS and pick your kid’s book club gift today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
Your credit score has power and that three-digit number has a dramatic impact on your financial future. If you do nothing else this year, grab your credit score the tail and yank it up to 700+ (preferably over 740). You don’t have to go all crazy trying for an 850 score – but don’t get lazy. Even if you have a good score, it could drop tomorrow by one silly mishap.Marsha Barnes from The Finance Bar will share her best tips to get your score in check for the new year in this reboot episode.What You'll LearnWhy your credit score is a powerful piece of your financial futureHow to create a better financial brand for yourselfWhich credit scoring models do you need to care aboutWhat action steps you should take this year to raise your scoreHow your score impacts your job and where you liveWhy Marsha is so passionate about financial literacyLInksFICOThe Finance BarCredit KarmaCredit SesameEpisode SponsorsMake it the year you finally cross life insurance off your list, and get protection for your loved ones. Go to Policygenius.com and get started. You could save 50% or more by comparing quotes and start the new year with one less thing to worry about.Literati Kids is a subscription book club for kids ages 0 - 12 that sends 5 beautiful children’s books to your door each hand-picked by experts. Go to http://www.literati.com/mymoney for TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT OFF your FIRST TWO ORDERS and pick your kid's book club gift today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.ASK SHANNAHHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGET SOCIAL·     Shannah on Twitter·     Shannah on Instagram 
We’ve said goodbye to 2020, thankfully, so how do you make the most of this new year and get your money working for you? Christine DiGangi, editorial director of The Balance, shares tips for getting back on track in 2021 and how to build a financial plan that works in this episode.Meet ChristineChristine DiGangi has dedicated the majority of her career to financial education. In early 2019, she joined The Balance as Editorial Director, where she oversees content strategy and operations. Previously, DiGangi served as the managing editor of mortgage content at LendingTree, an editor, and writer for Credit.com, communications coordinator for the Society of Professional Journalists, and a copy editor for The New York Times. She has more than a decade of experience in service journalism, as a writer, editor, and vocal advocate for ethics and accuracy in publishing. Her writing has been featured on MarketWatch, USA Today, MSN Money, Yahoo Finance, and The New York Times International Weekly.What You'll LearnBiggest money takeaways from 2020Overall money themes that will emerge from 2021Why it's important to get your money back on trackHow to set achievable money goalsHow to think about money if you were laid off or furloughedStrategies to get rid of debt and increase your savingsLinksThe BalanceThe Balance on InstagramChristine on TwitterFinancial Resolutions for the New YearEpisode SponsorsMake it the year you finally cross life insurance off your list, and get protection for your loved ones. Go to Policygenius.com and get started. You could save 50% or more by comparing quotes and start the new year with one less thing to worry about. Literati Kids is a subscription book club for kids ages 0 - 12 that sends 5 beautiful children’s books to your door each hand-picked by experts. Go to http://www.literati.com/mymoney for TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT OFF your FIRST TWO ORDERS and pick your kid's book club gift today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
Do you feel it? The tide is changing and that’s a good thing. You want more – you want to invest in companies focused on sustainability, doing good for the planet, companies that you believe in. Sustainable investing is the wave of the future and investing expert Sarah Bengtsson will show you how you can invest sustainably and build wealth at the same time.Meet SarahSarah is an investor and educator who teaches people how to build generational wealth that is sustainable both for themselves, and the planet.Investing has never been more accessible than it is today, and even though the definition of sustainability is highly debatable, it gets easier when you start with asking yourself, “What do I actually care about?”.Sarah has an MSc in Economics from Lund University and several years of experience working in the wealth management industry in both Sweden and Switzerland.What You'll LearnWhat does it mean to invest sustainablyHow to get started investing sustainablyTrends that are emerging in sustainable investingWhat is an ESG rating and how do you find themMoney lessons to build sustainable wealthLinksWhere Money Meets Soul onlineSarah on InstagramFree MasterclassEpisode SponsorsMake it the year you finally cross life insurance off your list, and get protection for your loved ones. Go to Policygenius.com and get started. You could save 50% or more by comparing quotes and start the new year with one less thing to worry about.Literati Kids is a subscription book club for kids ages 0 - 12 that sends 5 beautiful children’s books to your door each hand-picked by experts. Go to http://www.literati.com/mymoney for TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT OFF your FIRST TWO ORDERS and pick your kid's book club gift today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
In Chris Manske’s new book, The Prepared Investor, he says “There’s a typical Wall Street response to any and all crises…keep your diversified portfolios in place, and someday, maybe years from now, investments will return to where they once were. This type of wait-it-out mentality implies there is no way at all to prepare.” So, the follow-up question is, how do you become a prepared investor ready for any storm that comes your way? Stay tuned and you’ll learn this answer and more in this must listen to the episode.Meet ChrisOver his long investing career, Christopher Manske has helped many financial insiders including Wall Street analysts, retiring investment advisors, and federal judges. A United States Military Academy graduate, Manske has been praised, published, or quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Reader's Digest, U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, and more. As a successful money manager and frequent media guest, his thoughts can be seen online at Yahoo! Finance, MSN.com, CEO World, and Strategic Finance. Manske was a keynote speaker for the AARP and has worked with leaders at companies such as Microsoft, Exxon, IBM, and many more.What You'll LearnHow to become a prepared investorWhy the investing world has told you to just hold on for yearsThe different types of crises and how to know which one you're inHow to financially prepare for an upcoming crisisThe best money steps Chris thinks you need to takeLinksThe Prepared Investor bookChris Manske on the webEpisode SponsorsMake it the year you finally cross life insurance off your list, and get protection for your loved ones. Go to Policygenius.com and get started. You could save 50% or more by comparing quotes and start the new year with one less thing to worry about.Literati Kids is a subscription book club for kids ages 0 - 12 that sends 5 beautiful children’s books to your door each hand-picked by experts. Go to http://www.literati.com/mymoney for TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT OFF your FIRST TWO ORDERS and pick your kids' book club gift today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
Raise your hand if you like snooping on other people as much as I do. There’s something about having a behind the scenes look at people’s lives that is exciting, and when it comes to investing, who wouldn’t want to know how other’s invest their money. Brian Portnoy, behavior finance expert and co-editor of the book How I Invest My Money, will take us on a little snooping adventure in this episode to look at how others invest their money.About BrianOur guest on the podcast today is author Brian Portnoy, CFA, P.hD. Brian has written two books on the field of behavioral finance, The Investor's Paradox, and The Geometry of Wealth. He's also the editor of a forthcoming book of essays about how financial experts invest their own money called How I Invest My Money.Brian is the founder of Shaping Wealth, a financial-wellness platform that works with individuals and organizations to make better money decisions. For more than two decades, Brian has worked in the hedge fund and mutual fund industries as a portfolio manager and educator. He was also our colleague at Morningstar in the early 2000s. He's a CFA charter holder and earned his doctorate at the University of Chicago.What You'll LearnFind out how other financial experts spend, save, and invest their moneyLearn about the power of your money storyFind ideas to use for your money journeyHear how Brian turned his childhood money experience into a successful careerLinksHow I Invest My Money bookThe Art of Choosing bookShaping WealthEpisode SponsorMake it the year you finally cross life insurance off your list, and get protection for your loved ones. Go to Policygenius.com and get started. You could save 50% or more by comparing quotes and start the new year with one less thing to worry about.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
Have you ever stopped to think about the money decisions you make and whether they are making you rich or other people rich? That is an eye-opening question, and to be honest, you’re probably in the same boat as most everyone else. You are a consumer and not an owner. So how do you make that very important shift? In this episode, Ryan Sterling, author of the book You’re Making Other People Rich, stops by for a chat that will redefine how you look at your money.Meet RyanRyan Sterling is the founder of Future You Wealth, a successful wealth manager and sought after wealth coach, TEDx speaker, and published author of “You’re Making Other People Rich”. As a financial advisor, he challenges and inspires people to live life on their terms by taking accountability and action over their wealth.Ryan has personally worked with thousands of people to help go from being a consumer of “stuff” to an owner of capital and life on their terms.What You'll LearnThe biggest reason you need to shift from consumer to ownerHow to begin to become an ownerSmart money moves to make right nowHow much of your money situation is a choiceWays to embrace abundance in your daily lifeInsider's secrets from Ryan's book, You're Making Other People RichLinksRyan’s websiteRyan on InstagramYou’re Making Other People Rich BookEpisode SponsorsMake it the year you finally cross life insurance off your list, and get protection for your loved ones. Go to Policygenius.com and get started. You could save 50% or more by comparing quotes and start the new year with one less thing to worry about.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
It’s the first day of the new year. Not just any year, the year after 2020. I mean, has there ever been a more anticipated new year? So, my friend, what is that you want in this new year in all areas of your life? If we talk specifically about money, what are your money intentions for 2021? What are you leaving behind, and what are you ready to embrace in this brand spanking new year? Let’s talk about this all in this episode dedicated to you.What You'll LearnThe differences between resolutions and intentionsHow to set money intentions for the new yearWhy you need to throw out your budget and get a vision insteadHow to incorporate goals into your daily lifeWays to create plans that are flexible around your moneyHow to create money systems in the new yearSUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
I want you to imagine a life where you are financially savvy and independent, living with purpose and generosity while inspiring others. This year might've thrown you a few curveballs but it's time to release what didn't work for you and step into a new year cultivating holistic wealth.Keisha Blair, the author of the book Holistic Wealth, is our guest on this reboot episode and she’s dishing life lessons to help you find purpose, prosperity, and happiness in your life for the new year.What You'll LearnWhat is holistic wealthThe 6 laws that govern holistic wealthKiesha's story of finding holistic wealth after the tragic death of her husbandActionable steps to bring holistic wealth in your lifeHow to live an abundant life with purposeEpisode SponsorThanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.Go to headspace.com/mymoney for a FREE ONE-MONTH TRIAL with access to Headspace’s full library of meditations for every situationSUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!Go behind the scenes of the podcast and sign up for our free monthly emails.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram 
It wouldn’t be right to end the year without a top 10 list, so this episode is dedicated to my list of the top 10 money books and authors that have been featured on this show. Everything from career to investing to side hustling and more. Sit back and enjoy a mashup of some great sound bites from my top 10 authors and then head to the show notes for a massive roundup of authors.By the end of this episode, you’ll have what you need to build a stellar money book library and all the tips to help you end the year right.Books Mentioned & MoreCareer/NegotiationThe Negotiation Workbook: Don't Leave Money on the Table by Jacqueline TwillieDon’t Leave Money on the Table: The Negotiation Strategies for Women Leaders in Male-Dominated Industries by Jacqueline TwillieNavigating the Career Jungle: A Guide for Young Professionals by Jacqueline TwillieQuit Playing Small by Ahyiana AngelYou’re Not Lost by Maxi McCoyWhat Next? How to Create a 5-Year Plan for Your Life by Elana Lyn GrossInvestingInvested: How Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger Taught Me to Master My Mind, My Emotions, and My Money by Danielle TownThe Prepared Investor: How to Prevent the Next Crisis from Affecting Your Financial Independence by Christopher ManskePlant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth by Michelle SchneiderBroke Millennial Takes on Investing: A Beginner’s Guide to Leveling Up Your Money by Erin LowryPassive Income, Aggressive Retirement: The Secret to Freedom, Flexibility, and Financial Independence by Rachel RichardsThe Behavior Investor by Daniel CrosbyCleverGirl Finance: Learn How Investing Works, Grow Your Money by Bola SokunbiThe Franklin FI: A Personal Finance Adventure For Next Generation Investors by Shane DillonManaging Your Money & LifeHappy Money: The Japanese Art of Making Peace with Your Money by Ken HondaHolistic Wealth: 32 Life Lessons to Help You Find Purpose, Prosperity, and Happiness by Keisha BlairDear Debt: A Story About Breaking Up with Debt by Melanie LockertBroke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together by Erin LowryThe Wealthy Gardener: Lessons on Prosperity Between Father and Son by John SoforicThe Money Tree: A Story About Finding the Fortune In Your Own Backyard by Chris GuillebeauThe Middle Finger Project: Trash Your Imposter Syndrome and Live the Unf*ckwithable Life You Deserve by Ash AmbirgeWork Your Money, Not Your Life: How to Balance Your Career and Personal Finances to Get What You Want by Roger MaMoney Honey: A Simple 7-Step Guide For Getting Your Financial Sh*t Together by Rachel RichardsHow to Avoid H.E.N.R.Y. Syndrome (High Earner Not Rich Yet) by Gideon DruckerThe Honest Enneagram by Sarajane CaseConfessions of a Crypto Millionaire by Dan ConwayThe Millennial Money Fix: What You Need to Know About Budgeting, Debt, and Finding Financial Freedom by Doug and Heather BoneparthThe Company of One: Why Staying Small is the Next Big Thing for Business by Paul JarvisEpisode SponsorsThanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.Go to headspace.com/mymoney for a FREE ONE-MONTH TRIAL with access to Headspace’s full library of meditations for every situationSUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
This year has been unlike any we’ve known before and when it comes to earning money, freelancing has taken over the world. In fact, according to a recent statistic, 12% of the U.S. workforce started freelancing since COVID and in total there are about 57 million freelance workers in the U.S. Here’s what you need to know about freelancing...managing your money from taxes to savings and everything in between can be tough. In this episode, Lilac Bar David, Co-Founder and CEO of Lili, the all-in-one banking app designed just for freelancers, is sharing tips and tricks you need to know as a freelancer to manage your money easily and effectively.Meet LilacLilac Bar David is Co-Founder and CEO of Lili, the all-in-one banking app designed for freelance workers. She is an experienced chief executive with over 10 years in the fintech space and a demonstrated history of founding, managing, and leading operations at multiple finance companies. Prior to Lili, Lilac founded Pepper, the first and only challenger bank in Israel, and was its CEO for over three years. Lilac also served as EVP of Business Development for Leumi Card (now known as Max) at Bank Leumi, where she forged strategic partnerships and established a program for early-stage fintech startups. Lilac received her bachelor’s degree in economics and accounting and her MBA from Tel Aviv University. She is based in New York.What You'll LearnThe pain points every freelancer faces when it comes to moneyHow to think about money as a freelancerTypical money mistakes freelancers and entrepreneurs makeHow Lili is helping freelancers manage their money with easeWhy you need to set up money bucketsLinksLili How to Build a Side Hustle Empire podcast episodeFreelancer StatisticsEpisode SponsorsThanks to Firstleaf for sponsoring this episode. Join today and you’ll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping! Just go to TRY Firstleaf.com/mymoney.Thanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.Go to headspace.com/mymoney for a FREE ONE-MONTH TRIAL with access to Headspace’s full library of meditations for every situation.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram 
In this rebook episode, Nicole Middendorf shares the #1 money subject that every couple must talk about. Money is still a major taboo subject in a relationship—whether you’re on your first date or have been with your partner for multiple years. Money can be confusing and even, let’s just say, uncomfortable to discuss – wouldn’t it just be better if we all had this chip in us that allowed the other person to inherently know our money story without having to say a word.Nicole Middendorf, a Wealth Advisor and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst with Prosperwell Financial, takes a deeper dive into how we navigate love and money. This fall her fifth book “Who Pays? Navigating Love and Money” will hit bookshelves. Nicole’s life goal is to reduce the divorce rate by helping couples – and especially women – feel less intimidated when talking about money. Yes, Please!What You'll LearnWhat makes money so tough for couples to deal withWhat you should and shouldn't share about money in every phase of your relationshipHow to figure out who should pay and whether it mattersHow to deal with money in blended familiesWhy we'd rather get divorced then deal with money in our relationshipsThe #1 subject Nicole says every couple must talk about when it comes to moneyLinksNicole's websiteNicole on FacebookGrab Nicole's Book, Who PaysEpisode SponsorsThanks to Firstleaf for sponsoring this episode. Join today and you’ll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping! Just go to TRY Firstleaf.com/mymoney.Thanks to Fundrise for sponsoring this episode. Start building your better portfolio today! Get started at Fundrise.com/mymoney to have your first NINETY days of advisory fees waived.Thanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.Go to headspace.com/mymoney for a FREE ONE-MONTH TRIAL with access to Headspace’s full library of meditations for every situation.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.ASK SHANNAHHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGET SOCIAL·     Shannah on Twitter·     Shannah on Instagram
Can I tell you there’s nothing better than a great glass of bubbly after a long hard week! But, did you know that wine wasn’t only just for drinking? Wine can also be a good alternative asset to your portfolio.Anthony Zhang, CEO, and co-founder of a company called Vinovest is our guest on this episode and he’s sharing why wine consistently outperforms other alternative assets. I guarantee you’ll think about wine differently after this episode.Meet AnthonyAnthony is a repeat entrepreneur who successfully built and sold two companies, EnvoyNow and KnowYourVC, by the age of 22. He has also held leadership positions at cryptocurrency platform Blockfolio and is a board member at RateMyInvestor.What You'll LearnWhy wine outperforms other alternative asset classesHow to start investing in wineWhat you need to know before investing in wineHow Vinovest is using technology to disrupt wine investingWhat are the downsides of investing in wine (hint, there aren't many)Anthony's entrepreneurial journeyLinksVinovestAnthony on TwitterEpisode SponsorsThanks to Firstleaf for sponsoring this episode. Join today and you’ll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping! Just go to TRY Firstleaf.com/mymoney.Thanks to Fundrise for sponsoring this episode. Start building your better portfolio today! Get started at Fundrise.com/mymoney to have your first NINETY days of advisory fees waived.Go to headspace.com/mymoney for a FREE ONE-MONTH TRIAL with access to Headspace’s full library of meditations for every situation.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram 
I’m going to keep this simple. Money doesn’t always have to be used for expensive purchases or saved to pay off emotionally charged debt like student loans. Sometimes, money can be used for simple, easy to accomplish money steps. In this episode, I’m giving you 8 small and affordable money steps you can take right now.What You'll LearnWhy small steps can make a big difference#1 thing you can do with your money to help someone (and not spend a penny)Why you need a Me DecemberDates to set on your calendar next year to get your money in checkHow to end the year letting money know exactly what you think of itEpisode SponsorsThanks to Firstleaf for sponsoring this episode. Join today and you’ll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping! Just go to TRY Firstleaf.com/mymoney.Thanks to Fundrise for sponsoring this episode. Start building your better portfolio today! Get started at Fundrise.com/mymoney to have your first NINETY days of advisory fees waived.Go to headspace.com/mymoney for a FREE ONE-MONTH TRIAL with access to Headspace’s full library of meditations for every situation.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
Is there anyone else out there that watches House Hunters International endlessly all while Googling how do I move that country as I do? The idea of being a digital nomad and working remotely was certainly at the top of the to-do list before 2020. Now, of course, we’re in a different world, but it’s not always going to be this way.If you’ve ever dreamed of the digital nomad lifestyle, this episode is for you. Kari DePhillips, a long-time digital nomad, CEO of The Content Factory, and co-host of the Workationing podcast is here to share what you need to know to become a digital nomad and work remotely.What You'll LearnKari’s story into digital nomad life and the one event that changed everything for herHow to live and work abroadWhat you need to know to become a digital nomadHow to figure out where to goWays to make connections as a digital nomadHow to earn money as a digital nomadLinksKari's Workationing story: https://workationing.com/karis-workationing-origin-story/Kari's entrepreneurial story: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/celebrating-10-years-ceoship-kari-dephillips/Website: https://www.contentfac.comHow to Untether Your Life and Work From AnywhereThere is No Spoon - Overcoming Mental BlocksI'm Outta Here bookSchengen ZoneSisters in SEO groupEpisode SponsorsThanks to Headspace for sponsoring this episode. Go to headspace.com/mymoney for a FREE ONE-MONTH TRIAL with access to Headspace’s full library of meditations for every situationThanks to Firstleaf for sponsoring this episode. Join today and you’ll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping! Just go to TRY Firstleaf.com/mymoney.Thanks to Fundrise for sponsoring this episode. Start building your better portfolio today! Get started at Fundrise.com/mymoney to have your first NINETY days of advisory fees waived.Thanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
Experts say that millennial wealth is underdeveloped or has yet to reach its full potential. That makes sense. There are a lot of decisions to make when it comes to your money and trying to figure out how and where to invest can be tricky. Does being in cash make sense, should you use apps to invest, and how do you figure out your sweet spot when it comes to investing? Paulina Likos is an investing reporter at U.S. News & World Report, is here on the pod to talk about how you can use investing trends to build your wealth.Meet PaulinaPaulina is an investing reporter at U.S. News & World Report, covering investing and asset management. Before beginning her career as an investing reporter, Paulina graduated from Villanova University where she studied political science, communication, and business management. Out of college, Paulina spent several years as a risk manager at Fannie Mae, predicting and reducing credit risk for the company.As an investing reporter with U.S. News & World Report, she has been examining investing trends and how millennials have been responding to them. You are in a stage of their life where building wealth is paramount and Paulina is sharing in this episode how this can be done no matter what your age is through the principles of investing.What You'll LearnKey investing trends in 2020 and what they mean to youWhy cash isn't a great investmentHow to use mobile apps for investingHow do you find your sweet spot with investingWays to safeguard your investingLinksPaulina LikosU.S. News & World ReportEpisode SponsorsThanks to Firstleaf for sponsoring this episode. Join today and you’ll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping! Just go to TRY Firstleaf.com/mymoney.Thanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram   
Are you looking at your career this year and thinking it just isn’t riding on the fast lane as you had hoped? You’re so not alone. This year has been rough on many careers and salaries, not to mention working at home juggling your partner’s weird snack breaks and your neighbor who likes to run the lawnmower just when you’re hopping on a Zoom call. But I don’t want you to stay stuck.Jacqueline Twillie is back to share the insider secrets to know your value (aka how to fatten up your paycheck), master negotiation (without breaking out in a sweat), and take back your life and career next year.Meet JacquelineWhen it comes to career advice, Jacqueline is my go-to. She’s been on the show a few times and is an auntie, latte lover, President of ZeroGap, passionate about ending the wage gap, 2 times best selling author, and a Saints fan. She’s coined the phrase, Nah, I know my value, and in this episode, she’s going to teach you how to know your value as well to earn more and live better.What You'll LearnHow to truly know your valueWhat we get wrong with knowing our value Ways to communicate your value to your boss or potential hires5 lies about negotiation that are keeping you stuckJacqueline's insider secrets to earning more and living betterHow to negotiate for expenses when you work from homeLinksZeroGapJacqueline's websiteWinning Season podcastEpisode SponsorsThanks to Fundrise for sponsoring this episode. Start building your better portfolio today! Get started at Fundrise.com/mymoney to have your first NINETY days of advisory fees waived.Thanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram  
The holidays are a time of celebrations, comfy clothes, lots of good eating and cold winter nights. But for many of us, it’s also a time of financial stress and a visit from your good ole’ friend debt. In this reboot episode, Majd Maksad, from Status Money, is dishing some great tips to breeze into the holidays without debt so you can hit the new year ready to take on your goals.Questions I AskSo just how do we breeze through the holidays without going into debt?What do you think causes the biggest stress around the holidays and budgeting?Do you see any trends emerging when it comes to holiday spending – what we are all blowing our budgets on?Does it matter your income?Debt is a real pain point for some many listeners – and sometimes it feels like there’s no way out from the vicious circle of paying off debt but not making any progress. How can you take action today to relieve some of that pain around our debt?I know status money has come a long way since we last spoke. What’s the latest?If you had one solid takeaway or action item from our conversation, what would you want everyone to remember?What You'll LearnHow to hack your mind during the holidays so you stay in budgetWhy knowing how much your peer group is spending is beneficial to your financial successWhy lower income groups are making the most impactful behavioral changes when it comes to spendingHow to break the money taboos and get rid of debtHow you can win financially and finally stay in budget during the holidaysLinksStatus MoneyPrevious podcast episode with MajdEpisode Sponsors A big thanks to all our episode sponsors that make it possible to bring this show to you.This episode is sponsored by Firstleaf. Join today and you’ll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping at tryfirstleaf.com/mymoney.This episode is sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% off + free shipping with the code MYMONEY at Manscaped.com.Thanks to Fundrise for sponsoring this episode. Start building your better portfolio today! Get started at Fundrise.com/mymoney to have your first NINETY days of advisory fees waived.Thanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.ASK SHANNAHHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGET SOCIAL·     Shannah on Twitter·     Shannah on Instagram
I’ve learned a lot in 2020. Things like always have at least 5 backup rolls of toilet paper and don’t ever walk past the Lysol antibacterial aisle without grabbing some. But I’ve also learned a lot about money this year, some lessons I’ve experienced personally, and some I’m sharing from friends, podcast guests, and other people that are very smart when it comes to money. Join me for 10 money lessons from 2020 that I think you need to know about.What You'll LearnHow to prepare your money for life's ebbs and flowsWhat is one thing you need to know about your savingsHow to build new money habits that stickWhy the stock market always bounces backHow to build buckets of moneyWhy a strong network is your best assetLinks MentionedLearn How to Invest As a Side Hustle with Teri Ijeoma7 Money Mistakes That Are Ok to MakeHow to Buy What You Want and Skip the Debt with Daniela CorrenteHow to Furniture Flip & Side Hustle Your Way to An Extra $500 with Whitney HansenEpisode SponsorsA big thanks to all our episode sponsors that make it possible to bring this show to you. This episode is sponsored by Firstleaf. Join today and you’ll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping at tryfirstleaf.com/mymoney.This episode is sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% off + free shipping with the code MYMONEY at Manscaped.com.Thanks to Fundrise for sponsoring this episode. Start building your better portfolio today! Get started at Fundrise.com/mymoney to have your first NINETY days of advisory fees waived.Thanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram 
Thanksgiving is gonna look a little different this year, and you know what, that’s a good thing. It’s time to throw out the rules of the Thanksgivings of the past. You don’t have to drain your bank account at the grocery store or be exhausted after cooking, and hey if you love lasagna, why not make that Thanksgiving. Our guest, food, and travel journalist, Melissa Corbin, is joining us to share all the ways you can embrace Thanksgiving in 2020.Meet MelissaMelissa is going to be your Thanksgiving guide on this episode. She’s a Tennessee based freelance food and travel journalist sharing stories of folks who care about their world’s future. She’s been published in some of the top magazines and sites including Travel Channel, USA Today, Food and Wine Magazine, Lonely Planet, and many others. Sit back and enjoy this fun conversation about turkey, sweet potatoes, giving gratitude, Thanksgiving history, and find out the right way to pronounce one of America’s favorite desserts.What You'll LearnHow to change the rules this ThanksgivingWhy you don't need to go broke cooking a large mealSecrets to make your Thanksgiving great if you've never cooked beforeLoads of recipes to shake up ThanksgivingWays to embrace gratitude and giving back this yearLinksMelissa's websiteMelissa on IGTurkey Talk ArticleArticle on Soul FoodLuxe Lifestyle Magazine (Sweet Potato Recipes coming in Dec)Planning a Zoom ThanksgivingEpisode SponsorsThis episode is sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% off + free shipping with the code MYMONEY at Manscaped.com.Thanks to Fundrise for sponsoring this episode. Start building your better portfolio today! Get started at Fundrise.com/mymoney to have your first NINETY days of advisory fees waived.Thanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
Have you ever hit the snooze button on open enrollment and just left your benefits as is? I know I have – but not this year. Open enrollment is the best time to change your health plan, enroll in new benefits, and make sure you’re set for next year. Not to mention, now is the best time to make sure your benefits are as pandemic proof as possible.According to a new MetLife survey, Gen Z and millennial workers are lacking confidence when making decisions around their benefits, and it’s causing them to feel insecure about their finances, overall. If you’ve ever had that sinking feeling that you don’t know if you’re in the right health plan, and had questions about the myriad of other benefits choices, this episode is for you.Episode GuestsMeredith Ryan-Reid a Senior Vice President and head of MetLife’s Financial Wellness & Engagement organization, together with Marsha Barnes, a personal finance expert, financial social worker, commentator, and Founder of The Finance Bar have some great insight to move you from feeling insecure to I got this during open enrollment.What You'll LearnHow to select the benefits that are right for youWays to feel secure when you choose your benefits this yearHow much time should you spend selecting your benefitsWhat should you do if you were laid off this yearWays to save money when shopping for your benefitsLinksMetLife Open Enrollment websiteThe Finance BarHealth Insurance Exchange InfoPodcast SponsorsThis episode is sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% off + free shipping with the code MYMONEY at Manscaped.com.Thanks to Splitit for sponsoring this episode. Split your payments and live big. Go to Splitit.com today.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
Did you know that 300 million people around the world have depression and anxiety, according to the World Health Organization, and It’s estimated that 15 percent of the adult population will experience depression at some point in their lifetime? I’m one of them, and this is my journey.In this episode I'm sharing some of my most personal money and life lessons that I learned suffering through anxiety and depression. This is a reboot episode from 2019, but I think if anything 2020 has taught me it's that I need to share not only the good stuff, but also the tough aspects of life. What You'll LearnThe money lessons I learned battling through depression and anxietyWhy I'm a big fan of creating a "health slush fund"How I used acupuncture and herbs to help heal my bodyWhat food choices I made to get my body in fighting shapeThe economic impact of depression on everyday lifeHow green juice helped heal my bodyLinksAcupuncture for stress and depressionDepression statistics and the economic impact of depressionSUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.ASK SHANNAHHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGET SOCIAL·     Shannah on Twitter·     Shannah on Instagram
What is money to you? It’s time to use your money to help you get where you want to be and time to let go of your money using you. But how do you practically do that? Jedidiah Collins, a former guest on our show, is back to share his story of pivoting from NFL career to Certified Financial Planner to author and speaker, understanding how to grow through hard times, and the power of asking yourself one simple money question that can forever change your life.About Our GuestJEDIDIAH COLLINS, CFP® is Founder of Rookie to Veteran™ and Author of Your Money Vehicle. After being signed as an undrafted free agent in 2008, he played seven seasons in the NFL while studying for the Certification in Financial Planning in the off-seasons.Today, Jedidiah’s mission is to empower students, athletes, and young professionals with the behaviors needed to eliminate the gap between the potential of their goals and the success they desire!What You'll LearnHow Jed went from NFL Veteran to a money expertHow to not only get through but grow through hard timesHow to pivot in life when it feels challengingWhy you need a healthy money mindsetThe power of setting goals…consistentlyWhy it's ok to fail in your career and with your moneyHow to uncover your money story (and why it’s important)How to figure out your money burn rateLinksYour Money Vehicle bookYour Money Vehicle courseJed's WebsiteEpisode SponsorThis episode is sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% off + free shipping with the code MYMONEY at Manscaped.com.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
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Created by
Shannah Compton Game
Podcast Status
Potentially Inactive
Started
Dec 1st, 2014
Latest Episode
Feb 2nd, 2021
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Daily
Episodes
740
Avg. Episode Length
30 minutes
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English

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