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Journey To Launch

Jamila Souffrant

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Journey To Launch
Journey To Launch

Journey To Launch

Jamila Souffrant

27
Followers
224
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Jamila Souffrant is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI), blogger, podcast host and money coach. She is the founder of www.journeytolaunch.com. As a money expert who “walks her talk” she helps brave Journeyers; gain clarity around their finances and create an actionable plan to reach their goals. Her mission is to teach, inspire and help others reach Financial Freedom. The Journey To Launch podcast explores all aspects of reaching Financial Freedom; from increasing income, becoming tax efficient, paying off debt, investing, saving & learning how to retire early and wealthy.

Latest Episodes

Saving 50% of Your Income on $60,000 While Navigating a Health Condition with Zero

In this week’s podcast episode, Zero shares her amazing story of adversity and triumphs. She saved half her income when she made $60,000 a year in New York while also navigating health challenges. In her twenties, she had brain surgery and doctors told her she may not be able to work or live independently. Instead of surrendering to her prognosis, she got through her recovery and moved to New York City.

61 MIN2 d ago
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Saving 50% of Your Income on $60,000 While Navigating a Health Condition with Zero

How She’s Building a $500,000 Portfolio & Retiring Early at 30 Years Old (w/ a Purple Life)

This week’s Journey to Launch podcast episode is one you don’t want to miss! I’m talking with Purple from A Purple Life about how she plans to retire at 30 and live off only $18,000 a year. In 2015, Purple started her blog to track her journey to financial freedom and early retirement. Thanks to her efforts to decrease spending, increase her wages, and geo-arbitrage, she is on her way to retiring in 2020.

53 MIN1 w ago
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How She’s Building a $500,000 Portfolio & Retiring Early at 30 Years Old (w/ a Purple Life)

From Making $35,000 A Year To Being A Millionaire with Ericka Grant

This week on the Journey to Launch podcast we have special guest, Ericka Grant from Atlanta. Ericka is a successful marketing professional who started out making $35,000 a year but has accomplished financial independence and built a net worth over $1 million through real estate investing. Through networking, she moved up in her career and boosted her salary to six figures along the way. At the same time, she purchased her first home in New York City at 25 years old.

59 MIN2 w ago
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From Making $35,000 A Year To Being A Millionaire with Ericka Grant

Celebrating 1 Million Downloads For The Journey To Launch Podcast + 10 Milestones Accomplished Along The Way

The Journey to Launch podcast has officially reached one million total downloads! (in podcast land, that’s a big deal). Thank you to all of the listeners a.k.a. Journeyers who have inspired me to keep producing the podcast, rain or shine, every week for the past two years. You guys have been following my journey, sharing and supporting the content I produce which keeps me motivated to deliver and improve my message and platform.

51 MIN3 w ago
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Celebrating 1 Million Downloads For The Journey To Launch Podcast + 10 Milestones Accomplished Along The Way

Teaching English Abroad & Paying off $37,000 of Debt with Miss Wise

This week on the Journey to Launch podcast we have Miss Wise of Wise Woman Wallet. Miss Wise is from North Carolina and was previously up to her eyeballs in debt and bills. She decided to turn her side hustle, teaching English to immigrants at a community college, into a full time teaching gig in China. Over the last three years, she has paid off $16,000 in debt and paid $6,000 cash for certifications that have allowed her to make more money.

54 MINOCT 23
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Teaching English Abroad & Paying off $37,000 of Debt with Miss Wise

How Shang of Save My Cents Reached Financial Independence by 31 Years Old

In this week’s episode of the Journey to Launch podcast, Shang of Save My Cents shares how she achieved financial independence by age 31. Shang has the funds to make work optional but chooses to keep working. By day, Shang is a management consultant. By night, Shang helps families get out of debt, save money, and start investing to grow their finances.

38 MINOCT 16
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How Shang of Save My Cents Reached Financial Independence by 31 Years Old

Paying Off $1 Million Dollars of Debt With “The Debt Slayer” Naseema McElroy Plus My Takeaways From Fincon 2019

Naseema McElroy, is back on the Journey to Launch podcast to update us on how she paid off 1 million dollars of debt in a few years. The creator of Financially Intentional and the Nurses on Fire podcast, Naseema, first shared how she paid off $300,000 in debt as a single mom in episode 16. Now, Naseema is giving us an update on how she’s paid off a million dollars of debt since we last spoke and opens up on how she is now living a more balanced life and building her business.

53 MINOCT 9
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Paying Off $1 Million Dollars of Debt With “The Debt Slayer” Naseema McElroy Plus My Takeaways From Fincon 2019

Q&A Episode: Best Strategies To Pay Off Debt, Turnkey Real Estate Investing, How To Stay Motivated on Your Journey + More

I am answering your most recent submitted money questions on this week’s episode of the podcast. In this episode, we dive into a discussion about the types of debt, debt payoff methods, real estate investing, budgeting, and retirement savings. You don’t want to miss this good advice that can help you on your journey.

44 MINOCT 2
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Q&A Episode: Best Strategies To Pay Off Debt, Turnkey Real Estate Investing, How To Stay Motivated on Your Journey + More

How to Pay Off Debt, Stop Sabotaging Your Financial Success & Tell Family “No” So You Can Thrive with Kenishia Mais

In this week’s episode of the Journey to Launch podcast we have Kenishia Mais, a Jamaican entrepreneur, Financial Educator and the visionary who founded ThrivingDollars. Kenishia was always a good saver. She started saving her lunch money in school & kept this habit into adulthood. But when she became the person her parents and other family members came to when they needed money, the pressure of being the family bank was overwhelming.

61 MINSEP 25
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How to Pay Off Debt, Stop Sabotaging Your Financial Success & Tell Family “No” So You Can Thrive with Kenishia Mais

Creating Generational Wealth & Having Necessary Intergenerational Money Conversations with Duane & Taylor Davis

This week, Journey to Launch’s podcast episode continues the conversation on generational wealth and talking with your family about finances. In this episode, we have a dynamic father and daughter duo, Duane and Taylor Davis of Davis Generational Wealth Education Initiative, Inc. Duane and Taylor have a passion for financial literacy and inspire families and communities to have intergenerational financial conversations.

48 MINSEP 18
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Creating Generational Wealth & Having Necessary Intergenerational Money Conversations with Duane & Taylor Davis

Latest Episodes

Saving 50% of Your Income on $60,000 While Navigating a Health Condition with Zero

In this week’s podcast episode, Zero shares her amazing story of adversity and triumphs. She saved half her income when she made $60,000 a year in New York while also navigating health challenges. In her twenties, she had brain surgery and doctors told her she may not be able to work or live independently. Instead of surrendering to her prognosis, she got through her recovery and moved to New York City.

61 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Saving 50% of Your Income on $60,000 While Navigating a Health Condition with Zero

How She’s Building a $500,000 Portfolio & Retiring Early at 30 Years Old (w/ a Purple Life)

This week’s Journey to Launch podcast episode is one you don’t want to miss! I’m talking with Purple from A Purple Life about how she plans to retire at 30 and live off only $18,000 a year. In 2015, Purple started her blog to track her journey to financial freedom and early retirement. Thanks to her efforts to decrease spending, increase her wages, and geo-arbitrage, she is on her way to retiring in 2020.

53 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How She’s Building a $500,000 Portfolio & Retiring Early at 30 Years Old (w/ a Purple Life)

From Making $35,000 A Year To Being A Millionaire with Ericka Grant

This week on the Journey to Launch podcast we have special guest, Ericka Grant from Atlanta. Ericka is a successful marketing professional who started out making $35,000 a year but has accomplished financial independence and built a net worth over $1 million through real estate investing. Through networking, she moved up in her career and boosted her salary to six figures along the way. At the same time, she purchased her first home in New York City at 25 years old.

59 MIN2 w ago
Comments
From Making $35,000 A Year To Being A Millionaire with Ericka Grant

Celebrating 1 Million Downloads For The Journey To Launch Podcast + 10 Milestones Accomplished Along The Way

The Journey to Launch podcast has officially reached one million total downloads! (in podcast land, that’s a big deal). Thank you to all of the listeners a.k.a. Journeyers who have inspired me to keep producing the podcast, rain or shine, every week for the past two years. You guys have been following my journey, sharing and supporting the content I produce which keeps me motivated to deliver and improve my message and platform.

51 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Celebrating 1 Million Downloads For The Journey To Launch Podcast + 10 Milestones Accomplished Along The Way

Teaching English Abroad & Paying off $37,000 of Debt with Miss Wise

This week on the Journey to Launch podcast we have Miss Wise of Wise Woman Wallet. Miss Wise is from North Carolina and was previously up to her eyeballs in debt and bills. She decided to turn her side hustle, teaching English to immigrants at a community college, into a full time teaching gig in China. Over the last three years, she has paid off $16,000 in debt and paid $6,000 cash for certifications that have allowed her to make more money.

54 MINOCT 23
Comments
Teaching English Abroad & Paying off $37,000 of Debt with Miss Wise

How Shang of Save My Cents Reached Financial Independence by 31 Years Old

In this week’s episode of the Journey to Launch podcast, Shang of Save My Cents shares how she achieved financial independence by age 31. Shang has the funds to make work optional but chooses to keep working. By day, Shang is a management consultant. By night, Shang helps families get out of debt, save money, and start investing to grow their finances.

38 MINOCT 16
Comments
How Shang of Save My Cents Reached Financial Independence by 31 Years Old

Paying Off $1 Million Dollars of Debt With “The Debt Slayer” Naseema McElroy Plus My Takeaways From Fincon 2019

Naseema McElroy, is back on the Journey to Launch podcast to update us on how she paid off 1 million dollars of debt in a few years. The creator of Financially Intentional and the Nurses on Fire podcast, Naseema, first shared how she paid off $300,000 in debt as a single mom in episode 16. Now, Naseema is giving us an update on how she’s paid off a million dollars of debt since we last spoke and opens up on how she is now living a more balanced life and building her business.

53 MINOCT 9
Comments
Paying Off $1 Million Dollars of Debt With “The Debt Slayer” Naseema McElroy Plus My Takeaways From Fincon 2019

Q&A Episode: Best Strategies To Pay Off Debt, Turnkey Real Estate Investing, How To Stay Motivated on Your Journey + More

I am answering your most recent submitted money questions on this week’s episode of the podcast. In this episode, we dive into a discussion about the types of debt, debt payoff methods, real estate investing, budgeting, and retirement savings. You don’t want to miss this good advice that can help you on your journey.

44 MINOCT 2
Comments
Q&A Episode: Best Strategies To Pay Off Debt, Turnkey Real Estate Investing, How To Stay Motivated on Your Journey + More

How to Pay Off Debt, Stop Sabotaging Your Financial Success & Tell Family “No” So You Can Thrive with Kenishia Mais

In this week’s episode of the Journey to Launch podcast we have Kenishia Mais, a Jamaican entrepreneur, Financial Educator and the visionary who founded ThrivingDollars. Kenishia was always a good saver. She started saving her lunch money in school & kept this habit into adulthood. But when she became the person her parents and other family members came to when they needed money, the pressure of being the family bank was overwhelming.

61 MINSEP 25
Comments
How to Pay Off Debt, Stop Sabotaging Your Financial Success & Tell Family “No” So You Can Thrive with Kenishia Mais

Creating Generational Wealth & Having Necessary Intergenerational Money Conversations with Duane & Taylor Davis

This week, Journey to Launch’s podcast episode continues the conversation on generational wealth and talking with your family about finances. In this episode, we have a dynamic father and daughter duo, Duane and Taylor Davis of Davis Generational Wealth Education Initiative, Inc. Duane and Taylor have a passion for financial literacy and inspire families and communities to have intergenerational financial conversations.

48 MINSEP 18
Comments
Creating Generational Wealth & Having Necessary Intergenerational Money Conversations with Duane & Taylor Davis
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