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JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #138-Lessons Learned from coaching: The impact of debt on our life
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Continuing our series on lessons learned from coaching Learning the impact of what debt does to our life The normalization of debt in our culture Actions to take the realize the impact of … Continue reading
JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #122-How to use side hustles to get out of debt with guest Tracey Minutolo
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Guest Tracey Minutolo joins us to talk about Side Hustling What side hustling is and isn’t How it has impacted Tracey’s finances Why should someone side hustle Quote of the lesson from Jon … Continue reading
When I’m working with a client on getting out of debt, especially on student loans or credits, one of the first things they ask about is how to lower their interest rates on the loans.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download It’s important to know what to do when purchasing a home Even more important to know what to do before you start the process The most important three things to do before we … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Today’s lesson is all about an article from the Washington Post titled “The remarkably high odds you’ll be poor at some point in your life.” Great reminder that our financial is never permanent; … Continue reading
Often in conversation with young adults and newlywed couples the topic of buying a house is mentioned. I understand and know why; buying a home is an exciting thing, not to mention the constant reminders from friends and co-workers that … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadJane joins us on today’s show to share how she paid off over $135,000 in student loans. She racked up most of the student loans while in graduate school. Jane got the desire to … Continue reading
We all dream about starting our own business someday, but when it comes to your personal finances, should you wait until you are debt free before you pursue that dream? I attempt to answer that question below:
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadCountry Girl from Centsofacountrygirl.wordpress.com joins us on today’s show to share how she paid off over $35,000 in student and car loans. She got motivated to pay off her student loans when she was … Continue reading