Episode 2 - This episode discusses tips on how to set your financial goals for 2021 to include debt cancellation, emergency savings, investments, and starting a business.
Episode 4 - In this episode, Al discusses the success of his 22-year marriage and the role budgeting played in that success. He gives traits to look for in an accountability partner.
Episode 7 - In the episode, Kris Findlay, a former Financial Consultant for UAB shares 10 steps plus 1 on how to achieve financial peace. The 10 steps start with educating yourself. He encourages the audience to educate themselves on all things finance and ends with the must-have documents: will, trust, living will, and health proxy.
Episode 8 - In this episode, Carla breaks down the details of what a FICO (credit score) is to include the ranges of scoring, the five components used in the scoring. She also gives tips to increase your credit score and help others do the same.
Episode 9 - In this episode, Dr. Brown breaks down the steps needed to obtain financial freedom which includes a survey to understand where you are financially and what your desired financial goal is. She explains the need for financial education as well as understanding your "Money Psychology.
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Episode 10 - In this episode, Kris Findlay breaks down different options for investments: pensions, 401Ks, and IRAs (Traditional and Roth). He spends the majority of this podcast encouraging the listening audience to invest in the stock market to create wealth. It is simple and well worth the time and effort.
Episode 11 - In this episode Atty. Harris shares detailed information about who can file bankruptcy when they can file, and exactly how to file. She also explains the difference between and Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 filing. It is another tool to be used in the time of distress.
Episode 12 - In this episode, I review the past 11 shows from the finance series. I include all the high of personal finance to include eliminating debt, building and emergency fund and investing for retirement. Some key highlights include knowing you money psychology, having an accountability partner, knowing when you need help and understanding the Three Legged Stool for retirement.
Episode 1 - This episode discusses why I started the Podcast and the effects COVID-19 is having on all of us.
Episode 2 - This episode is discussing relationships with money to include your Money Personality by Olivia Mellan and advanced by Kathleen Gurney .
Episode 3 - This episode focuses on racism with a foundation of Maslow's Hierarchy of basic needs that all human being needs to live a successful and fulfilled life.
Episode 4 - This episode discusses the 2nd Amendment. Who has the right to bear arms and what does it mean? Also, Al shared four important facts about handling a gun and the consequences misusing a gun.
Episode 5 - This episode provides tips to being productive from day-to-day, even in the midst of a pandemic to include staying focused on your why. Why are you doing what you do?
Episode 6 - Carla Youngblood shares facts and stats about breast cancer. She also shares her journey to becoming a 5 years breast cancer survivor.
Episode 7 - Stephanie is smart, funny and about her business. She shares her comedy journey starting with her breakout story and how she translated that experience into a lucrative business.
Episode 8 - In this episode, Kelli and her son Jo"Van share their love of writing music to inspire others.
Episode 9 - This episode features Sonya Samm Mitchell, a photographer who takes unique pictures. She enjoys capturing images and shedding light on what some would consider “not worth snapping.”
Episode 10 - This episode discusses the results of the November 3, 2020, Presidential Election to include the last five states that are still being counted as of November 5th.
Episode 11 - In this episode, Jimmy discusses some major shifts in his life; from retail management to becoming a professor.
Episode 12 - This episode discusses the meaning of Thanksgiving Day and what people are thankful for.