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Clever Girl Finance is a financial education platform, that empowers women to ditch debt, save money and build real wealth!

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135: A Candid Conversation On The Realities Of Business With Mobola Imoisili

Let's talk business! My guest today is a dear friend, Mobola Imoisili. Mobola(pen name Simisayo Brownstone)is an author, entrepreneur, and founder of two businesses, the Feyi Fay book series and Little Black Business box! On this episode, we had a candid conversation on the realities and lessons from business including: - Her personal story and what led her to start her businesses - Her biggest business challenges and successes to date - How she’s navigating the financials around building her businesses - The advice she would give an entrepreneur starting from the bottom up with nothing hoping to achieve success and so much more! Podcasts, blog and book Mobola mentions on this episode: - {PODCAST} Marketing school: https://marketingschool.io - {PODCAST} We study billionaires: https://www.theinvestorspodcast.com/podcast/ - {BLOG} Shopify blog: https://www.shopify.com/blog - {BOOK} How any startup can achieve explosive customer growth: https://www.amazon.com/Traction-Startup-Achieve-Explosive-Customer-ebook/dp/B00TY3ZOMS How to keep up with Mobola: - Via her business websites at https://www.feyifay.com and https://littleblackbusinessbox.com - On Instagram @feyifay Get the Clever Girl Finance roadmap: clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

61 MIN5 d ago
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135: A Candid Conversation On The Realities Of Business With Mobola Imoisili

134: How Cindy Paid Off $215,000 In Student Loans

CindyZuniga is the founder of Zero-Based Budget Coaching LLC. After graduating from law school in 2015 with over $210,000 of debt,Cindydecided to take control of her money by immersing herself in the world of personal finance. In 2018, she launched @zerobasedbudget to document her debt payoff journey and simplify personal finance concepts. After recognizing, through her platform, people’s unique needs and goals,Cindyfounded Zero-Based Budget Coaching LLC and offers personal finance coaching services and speaks to audiences small and large about budgeting, saving, investing, and more. As of December 2019, just a few weeks ago, Cindy is now debt-free and pursuing financial independence. Cindypractices law full time as a commercial litigator. She is a graduate of Stony Brook University and obtained her Juris Doctor degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She was born and raised in the Bronx, and currently resides in Harlem. In this episode, Cindy shares: 1. Her money story ...

43 MIN2 w ago
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134: How Cindy Paid Off $215,000 In Student Loans

133: The 2019 Year End Check-in: Reflecting & Lessons Learned

Sharing my end of year check-in, some updates and new year motivation for 2020! Catch the Clever Girl Finance 2020 goal setting replay here: https://youtu.be/lKBhkiAFco4 Get the Clever Girl Finance roadmap: clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: https://clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

19 MIN2019 DEC 30
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133: The 2019 Year End Check-in: Reflecting & Lessons Learned

132: How To Talk To Your Partner About Money: Tackling Your Money Do List With Optimism

{Today’s podcast episode is sponsored by Frost Bank} What kind of optimist are you? Take the quiz! https://www.optforoptimism.com/optimism/quiz/ Talking about finances with your partner can seem scary but it doesn't have to be! We’ve collaborated with Frost Bank to break down just how to have this conversation with optimism and with the help of a Money Do List! To discuss this on the podcast, my guest today is Angela Holliday! Angela K. Holliday is the President of Frost Brokerage Services, Inc. and Frost Investment Services, LLC overseeing the firm’s financial advisor teams, sales management, operations, and compliance. She began working at Frost in 1996 as a Sales Assistant and later went on to serve as the Trading Manager, Operations Manager, Sales Support Manager, and Chief Operations Officer. Her leadership is guided by the Frost core values, integrity, caring and excellence. She also has the FINRA Series 7, 24, 28, 63 and 99 licenses. On this episode we discussed: - Angela’s money story and what she’s most proud of. - How women can navigate the difficulties or fears that come with talking about money in their relationships. - The study Frost Bank recently conducted that found having an optimistic outlook has a direct and positive impact on financial well-being. - Tips based on the Money Do List Clever Girl Finance and Frost Bank put together for women to use when approaching the money conversation with their partners. - How can couples leverage optimism to navigate different financial situations especially when it comes to things like paying off debt or planning for the long-term. Read the full Money-Do List breakdown put together by Clever Girl Finance and Frost bank here: https://www.clevergirlfinance.com/blog/how-to-talk-to-your-partner-about-money To learn more about Frost Bank, take the optimism quiz and participate in the 30-day optimism challenge, please visit: https://www.optforoptimism.com/ Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

30 MIN2019 DEC 17
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132: How To Talk To Your Partner About Money: Tackling Your Money Do List With Optimism

131: Who’s On Your Bus? Breaking Down Your Circle Of Influence With Barbara M Littles

Get the Clever Girl Finance Roadmap! https://clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap As we come to the end of the year and the start of a new year and decade, assessing your circle of influence is a must-do exercise for everyone and my guest today, Barbara M. Little's will help us do just that! Barbara’s name is synonymous with “change agent” as she empowers organizations and women to “Find Their Voice” in leadership, business, and ministry, and infuse it into their organizational culture. She believes that “to be like everyone else is to be like no one”. As the CEO of Purpose by Design, Barbara’s uniqueness lies in her ability to see the end from the beginning and to utilize her skill set of over 30 years as a corporate attorney and leader to develop systems and strategies that work. She is a founding partner and certified coach, speaker, and trainer with The John Maxwell Team, where she currently serves on the President’s Advisory Council. Above all things, Barbara is a lover of God and people. On this episode we discussed: 1. Why your circle of influence is so important 2. Her personal story behind really getting clear on who and what influences her 3. How we can assess who is on our bus, who to let on and who heeds to get off 4. Her key tips for women when it comes to relationships and circles of influenceand so much more How to keep up with Barbara: - Stop by her website at https://www.barbaramlittles.com Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

61 MIN2019 DEC 8
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131: Who’s On Your Bus? Breaking Down Your Circle Of Influence With Barbara M Littles

130: The Wakeup Call That Completely Turned Her Finances Around - With Yezmin Thomas

Get the Clever Girl Finance Roadmap! clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap On today's episode, Yezmin Thomas shares the wake-up call that caused her to turn her finances around completely and achieve financial wellness. About Yezmin: She is a working mom, award-winning journalist, and financial coach teaching high-achieving moms how to live out their best financial futures. She believes that one of the smartest decisions she has ever made with money is to pursue a debt-free lifestyle. As a result, she gained the financial freedom to make a career move, start a business, and have more time for her family. Through her blog, podcast, and YouTube channel in English and Spanish, she teaches busy moms how to maximize their income, achieve their money goals, and improve their financial well-being. She uses her training as a Ramsey Solutions Master Financial coach, her experience as an 11-time regional Emmy award-winning investigative journalist, and the lessons she learned surviving unemployment after the 2008 Recession, to teach driven women how to take charge of their financial success. What we discussed on the episode: 1. Her personal money story and how she went from being a journalist to a personal finance expert 2. Her biggest challenges as she worked on becoming debt-free 3. Issues holding women back from financial success and the corrective actions they can take. 4. The one thing that helps her and her husband manage their finances successfully today How to keep up with Yezmin: - English speakers:www.yezminthomas.com - Spanish speakers:www.asivivomejor.com Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

44 MIN2019 DEC 3
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130: The Wakeup Call That Completely Turned Her Finances Around - With Yezmin Thomas

129: How Losing Her Job Became The Catalyst For An Incredible Business With Marianne Ladapo

Get the Clever Girl Finance Roadmap! https://clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap Today's podcast episode is all about building a successful business. Meet Modupe Marianne Ladapo, the founder of Lenox Cupcakes, a gourmet baked goods company serving the metro-Atlanta area. The company began its initial operations in 2008 from her home kitchen using the eggs and butter in her fridge, selling to people she already knew. A $17 investment in a website opened the door to several corporate clients. She strategically elevated her business operations and went from a home-based business to serving some of the world’s largest companies – Google, Microsoft, Coca-Cola, CNN, and AT&T, to name a few. She currently operates two neighborhood bakeries where she can be found dancing to 2000s pop behind the scenes. What we discussed in this episode: - Her personal story starting her business - How she transitioned from employee to full-time girl boss - Her biggest challenges and successes in busin...

37 MIN2019 NOV 19
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129: How Losing Her Job Became The Catalyst For An Incredible Business With Marianne Ladapo

128: Habits To Help You Improve Your Self Discipline

Today’s episode is all about working on your self-discipline! Becoming a master of self-discipline is difficult and is something you need to work on consistently. Learning how to build self-discipline skills can allow you to quit bad habits, accomplish long-term and short-term goals, and change your life completely. In this episode, I’m sharing key steps to build your self-discipline and work toward the better life you deserve. Get the Clever Girl Finance book:clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram:instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

18 MIN2019 NOV 12
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128: Habits To Help You Improve Your Self Discipline

127: Generating Additional Income Even For High Income Earners With Dr Nneka Unachuckwu

Meet Dr. Una! Dr. Una is the founder of Ivy League Pediatrics, a multi-site pediatric practice in Georgia. Over the last nine years, it has thrived and has been voted ‘Best of Gwinnett’ for four years in a row and rated 5 stars by over 250 parents. While building this, she developed a love for entrepreneurship and has since built many other successful businesses. Like many doctors, Dr. Una was ignorant, scared and felt like an imposter when she started out in business because she was trained to be a great clinician, not an entrepreneur. Over the years, she learned that the two do not need to be mutually exclusive so she embraced both worlds. As a result, she is able to enjoy the practice of medicine, develop her other interests and best of all, not miss time with her family. In 2018, Dr. Una founded EntreMD, a platform created to help physicians embrace entrepreneurship. Through conferences, online courses and coaching, she has helped many doctors build successful businesses so th...

42 MIN2019 NOV 5
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127: Generating Additional Income Even For High Income Earners With Dr Nneka Unachuckwu

126: From An Incredibly Costly 401k Loan To Paying Off $45,000 In 17 Months With Ashley Patrick

Meet Ashley! AshleyPatrick is the founder of Budgets Made Easy and The Money Mindset Podcast. She helps families eliminate debt using simple strategies so they can stress less and live the life they want. She was able to pay off $45,000 in just 17 months including $25,000 in student loans in just 10 months. She has been featured on Fox Business, Yahoo! Finance, USATODAY, MSN, CNBC, NerdWallet, and many others. On this episode we discussed: 1. The 401k loan that cost her and her husband $1,000,000 based on their retirement age - 2. How she paid off $45,000 in 17 months 3. Her biggest lessons from both experiences 4. The advice she would give anyone who has made similar money mistakes 5. Her next major financial goal and more Books mentioned: - Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey - The monk and the merchant - Building a story brand How to keep up with Ashley: - Visit her website at Budgetsmadeeasy.com and be sure to listen to her podcast titled The Money Mindset Podcast Get the Clever...

32 MIN2019 OCT 22
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126: From An Incredibly Costly 401k Loan To Paying Off $45,000 In 17 Months With Ashley Patrick

Latest Episodes

135: A Candid Conversation On The Realities Of Business With Mobola Imoisili

Let's talk business! My guest today is a dear friend, Mobola Imoisili. Mobola(pen name Simisayo Brownstone)is an author, entrepreneur, and founder of two businesses, the Feyi Fay book series and Little Black Business box! On this episode, we had a candid conversation on the realities and lessons from business including: - Her personal story and what led her to start her businesses - Her biggest business challenges and successes to date - How she’s navigating the financials around building her businesses - The advice she would give an entrepreneur starting from the bottom up with nothing hoping to achieve success and so much more! Podcasts, blog and book Mobola mentions on this episode: - {PODCAST} Marketing school: https://marketingschool.io - {PODCAST} We study billionaires: https://www.theinvestorspodcast.com/podcast/ - {BLOG} Shopify blog: https://www.shopify.com/blog - {BOOK} How any startup can achieve explosive customer growth: https://www.amazon.com/Traction-Startup-Achieve-Explosive-Customer-ebook/dp/B00TY3ZOMS How to keep up with Mobola: - Via her business websites at https://www.feyifay.com and https://littleblackbusinessbox.com - On Instagram @feyifay Get the Clever Girl Finance roadmap: clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

61 MIN5 d ago
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135: A Candid Conversation On The Realities Of Business With Mobola Imoisili

134: How Cindy Paid Off $215,000 In Student Loans

CindyZuniga is the founder of Zero-Based Budget Coaching LLC. After graduating from law school in 2015 with over $210,000 of debt,Cindydecided to take control of her money by immersing herself in the world of personal finance. In 2018, she launched @zerobasedbudget to document her debt payoff journey and simplify personal finance concepts. After recognizing, through her platform, people’s unique needs and goals,Cindyfounded Zero-Based Budget Coaching LLC and offers personal finance coaching services and speaks to audiences small and large about budgeting, saving, investing, and more. As of December 2019, just a few weeks ago, Cindy is now debt-free and pursuing financial independence. Cindypractices law full time as a commercial litigator. She is a graduate of Stony Brook University and obtained her Juris Doctor degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She was born and raised in the Bronx, and currently resides in Harlem. In this episode, Cindy shares: 1. Her money story ...

43 MIN2 w ago
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134: How Cindy Paid Off $215,000 In Student Loans

133: The 2019 Year End Check-in: Reflecting & Lessons Learned

Sharing my end of year check-in, some updates and new year motivation for 2020! Catch the Clever Girl Finance 2020 goal setting replay here: https://youtu.be/lKBhkiAFco4 Get the Clever Girl Finance roadmap: clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: https://clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

19 MIN2019 DEC 30
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133: The 2019 Year End Check-in: Reflecting & Lessons Learned

132: How To Talk To Your Partner About Money: Tackling Your Money Do List With Optimism

{Today’s podcast episode is sponsored by Frost Bank} What kind of optimist are you? Take the quiz! https://www.optforoptimism.com/optimism/quiz/ Talking about finances with your partner can seem scary but it doesn't have to be! We’ve collaborated with Frost Bank to break down just how to have this conversation with optimism and with the help of a Money Do List! To discuss this on the podcast, my guest today is Angela Holliday! Angela K. Holliday is the President of Frost Brokerage Services, Inc. and Frost Investment Services, LLC overseeing the firm’s financial advisor teams, sales management, operations, and compliance. She began working at Frost in 1996 as a Sales Assistant and later went on to serve as the Trading Manager, Operations Manager, Sales Support Manager, and Chief Operations Officer. Her leadership is guided by the Frost core values, integrity, caring and excellence. She also has the FINRA Series 7, 24, 28, 63 and 99 licenses. On this episode we discussed: - Angela’s money story and what she’s most proud of. - How women can navigate the difficulties or fears that come with talking about money in their relationships. - The study Frost Bank recently conducted that found having an optimistic outlook has a direct and positive impact on financial well-being. - Tips based on the Money Do List Clever Girl Finance and Frost Bank put together for women to use when approaching the money conversation with their partners. - How can couples leverage optimism to navigate different financial situations especially when it comes to things like paying off debt or planning for the long-term. Read the full Money-Do List breakdown put together by Clever Girl Finance and Frost bank here: https://www.clevergirlfinance.com/blog/how-to-talk-to-your-partner-about-money To learn more about Frost Bank, take the optimism quiz and participate in the 30-day optimism challenge, please visit: https://www.optforoptimism.com/ Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

30 MIN2019 DEC 17
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132: How To Talk To Your Partner About Money: Tackling Your Money Do List With Optimism

131: Who’s On Your Bus? Breaking Down Your Circle Of Influence With Barbara M Littles

Get the Clever Girl Finance Roadmap! https://clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap As we come to the end of the year and the start of a new year and decade, assessing your circle of influence is a must-do exercise for everyone and my guest today, Barbara M. Little's will help us do just that! Barbara’s name is synonymous with “change agent” as she empowers organizations and women to “Find Their Voice” in leadership, business, and ministry, and infuse it into their organizational culture. She believes that “to be like everyone else is to be like no one”. As the CEO of Purpose by Design, Barbara’s uniqueness lies in her ability to see the end from the beginning and to utilize her skill set of over 30 years as a corporate attorney and leader to develop systems and strategies that work. She is a founding partner and certified coach, speaker, and trainer with The John Maxwell Team, where she currently serves on the President’s Advisory Council. Above all things, Barbara is a lover of God and people. On this episode we discussed: 1. Why your circle of influence is so important 2. Her personal story behind really getting clear on who and what influences her 3. How we can assess who is on our bus, who to let on and who heeds to get off 4. Her key tips for women when it comes to relationships and circles of influenceand so much more How to keep up with Barbara: - Stop by her website at https://www.barbaramlittles.com Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

61 MIN2019 DEC 8
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131: Who’s On Your Bus? Breaking Down Your Circle Of Influence With Barbara M Littles

130: The Wakeup Call That Completely Turned Her Finances Around - With Yezmin Thomas

Get the Clever Girl Finance Roadmap! clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap On today's episode, Yezmin Thomas shares the wake-up call that caused her to turn her finances around completely and achieve financial wellness. About Yezmin: She is a working mom, award-winning journalist, and financial coach teaching high-achieving moms how to live out their best financial futures. She believes that one of the smartest decisions she has ever made with money is to pursue a debt-free lifestyle. As a result, she gained the financial freedom to make a career move, start a business, and have more time for her family. Through her blog, podcast, and YouTube channel in English and Spanish, she teaches busy moms how to maximize their income, achieve their money goals, and improve their financial well-being. She uses her training as a Ramsey Solutions Master Financial coach, her experience as an 11-time regional Emmy award-winning investigative journalist, and the lessons she learned surviving unemployment after the 2008 Recession, to teach driven women how to take charge of their financial success. What we discussed on the episode: 1. Her personal money story and how she went from being a journalist to a personal finance expert 2. Her biggest challenges as she worked on becoming debt-free 3. Issues holding women back from financial success and the corrective actions they can take. 4. The one thing that helps her and her husband manage their finances successfully today How to keep up with Yezmin: - English speakers:www.yezminthomas.com - Spanish speakers:www.asivivomejor.com Get the Clever Girl Finance book: clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

44 MIN2019 DEC 3
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130: The Wakeup Call That Completely Turned Her Finances Around - With Yezmin Thomas

129: How Losing Her Job Became The Catalyst For An Incredible Business With Marianne Ladapo

Get the Clever Girl Finance Roadmap! https://clevergirlfinance.com/financial-roadmap Today's podcast episode is all about building a successful business. Meet Modupe Marianne Ladapo, the founder of Lenox Cupcakes, a gourmet baked goods company serving the metro-Atlanta area. The company began its initial operations in 2008 from her home kitchen using the eggs and butter in her fridge, selling to people she already knew. A $17 investment in a website opened the door to several corporate clients. She strategically elevated her business operations and went from a home-based business to serving some of the world’s largest companies – Google, Microsoft, Coca-Cola, CNN, and AT&T, to name a few. She currently operates two neighborhood bakeries where she can be found dancing to 2000s pop behind the scenes. What we discussed in this episode: - Her personal story starting her business - How she transitioned from employee to full-time girl boss - Her biggest challenges and successes in busin...

37 MIN2019 NOV 19
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129: How Losing Her Job Became The Catalyst For An Incredible Business With Marianne Ladapo

128: Habits To Help You Improve Your Self Discipline

Today’s episode is all about working on your self-discipline! Becoming a master of self-discipline is difficult and is something you need to work on consistently. Learning how to build self-discipline skills can allow you to quit bad habits, accomplish long-term and short-term goals, and change your life completely. In this episode, I’m sharing key steps to build your self-discipline and work toward the better life you deserve. Get the Clever Girl Finance book:clevergirlfinance.com/book Join Clever Girl Finance: clevergirlfinance.com Follow on Instagram:instagram.com/clevergirlfinance

18 MIN2019 NOV 12
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128: Habits To Help You Improve Your Self Discipline

127: Generating Additional Income Even For High Income Earners With Dr Nneka Unachuckwu

Meet Dr. Una! Dr. Una is the founder of Ivy League Pediatrics, a multi-site pediatric practice in Georgia. Over the last nine years, it has thrived and has been voted ‘Best of Gwinnett’ for four years in a row and rated 5 stars by over 250 parents. While building this, she developed a love for entrepreneurship and has since built many other successful businesses. Like many doctors, Dr. Una was ignorant, scared and felt like an imposter when she started out in business because she was trained to be a great clinician, not an entrepreneur. Over the years, she learned that the two do not need to be mutually exclusive so she embraced both worlds. As a result, she is able to enjoy the practice of medicine, develop her other interests and best of all, not miss time with her family. In 2018, Dr. Una founded EntreMD, a platform created to help physicians embrace entrepreneurship. Through conferences, online courses and coaching, she has helped many doctors build successful businesses so th...

42 MIN2019 NOV 5
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127: Generating Additional Income Even For High Income Earners With Dr Nneka Unachuckwu

126: From An Incredibly Costly 401k Loan To Paying Off $45,000 In 17 Months With Ashley Patrick

Meet Ashley! AshleyPatrick is the founder of Budgets Made Easy and The Money Mindset Podcast. She helps families eliminate debt using simple strategies so they can stress less and live the life they want. She was able to pay off $45,000 in just 17 months including $25,000 in student loans in just 10 months. She has been featured on Fox Business, Yahoo! Finance, USATODAY, MSN, CNBC, NerdWallet, and many others. On this episode we discussed: 1. The 401k loan that cost her and her husband $1,000,000 based on their retirement age - 2. How she paid off $45,000 in 17 months 3. Her biggest lessons from both experiences 4. The advice she would give anyone who has made similar money mistakes 5. Her next major financial goal and more Books mentioned: - Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey - The monk and the merchant - Building a story brand How to keep up with Ashley: - Visit her website at Budgetsmadeeasy.com and be sure to listen to her podcast titled The Money Mindset Podcast Get the Clever...

32 MIN2019 OCT 22
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126: From An Incredibly Costly 401k Loan To Paying Off $45,000 In 17 Months With Ashley Patrick

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