JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast-Money is nice, but it’s not the be all, end all


Highlights of today’s show:

  • Good to be back doing a normal show
  • Busy month for the blog and podcast in June
  • 2012 is halfway over, but you still have six months to reach your goals
  • This podcast is not about saving the money only to hoard it
  • Money is a way to do what is most important to you

After having guests on the last five shows, today I fly solo. June was a busy month for the podcast and blog. We had “Author Month” on the podcast, introduced a new coaching package for recent college graduates, and released our first eBook The Major Components of a Healthy Financial PlanThanks to all of you who visited the site in June!

Today I discuss for all of the new listeners why I do the podcast and why I am so passionate about handling your money well. It’s not to accumulate the most money or see who can buy the nicest things. Rather, it is a part of a well-balanced life that includes faith, family, and career, among other attributes. Unfortunately, I have seen how not having control of your money can have a negative impact on the areas of your life that are most important to you.

Overall, money is important but not the most important thing in my life. For myself, my faith, family, and career all come above money. But handling our money well allows us to enjoy those areas of life without having the stress of money added to it.

You can now find the podcast on Stitcher SmartRadio! Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, Android Phone, Kindle Fire and beyond. So if you have a smart phone and want to stream the podcast from your phone, please download the app from their website.

You can subscribe to future Podcasts either through Feedburner or iTunes. Or you may listen to the podcast on the JW’s Financial Coaching Facebook Fan page. In addition, if you have enjoyed the show for a while now, please leave a review of the podcast on iTunes. For a step by step video of how that works please watch this video on how to leave a review in iTunes. Big thanks to my friend Glen Steinson for helping me create the video.

If you have any comments, questions, or ideas for future shows you can send them to me and I will integrate them into a future show. There are two ways to get in touch with me:

1.) Email me at JWFinancialcoaching@gmail.com – Please put “podcast” in the subject line and keep your questions brief so they are readable on air.

2.) Simply fill out the form at the bottom of this page. Please fill out your name, email, where you are from, the subject line, and your question/comment/suggestion and we will read it on air.

You can find prior editions of the podcast at the podcast archive page

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