Tag Archives: Financial Discipline

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

Posted in Debt Free Living, Guests, Podcast | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #122-How to use side hustles to get out of debt with guest Tracey Minutolo

JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #64-The Five Bad Financial Habits that are the toughest to break

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHighlights of today’s show: The five toughest financial habits to break My observations from working with clients over the years How to break those bad habits Your list of bad financial habits How you can … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Discipline, Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged , | Comments Off on JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #64-The Five Bad Financial Habits that are the toughest to break

Why easy is not always better

We live in a culture that is obsessed with convenience and doing the “easy” things. Everywhere you turn we are coming up with ways to do things faster and better. But when it comes to personal finance, usually what is … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting, Credit Cards, Personal Accountability | Tagged | Comments Off on Why easy is not always better

Buying to impress

“Too many people spend money they haven’t earned to buy things they don’t want to impress people they don’t like.” ~ Will Rogers This quote has been used by many in various forms. The true source is unknown, but it … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting, Personal Accountability | Tagged | Comments Off on Buying to impress

How to overcome Analysis Paralysis in our finances

Have you ever been in a financial situation where you’ve analyzed all the options to death but you’re so overwhelmed that you have taken no action? Ultimately leaving the situation unresolved? The term has been labeled analysis paralysis and can … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting, Personal Accountability | Tagged | Comments Off on How to overcome Analysis Paralysis in our finances

How to get rid of buying “fever”

When it comes to making mistakes in spending, it’s not the the overspending on everyday items where I see people make mistakes. Rather, it’s the impulse purchases that we mostly regret. Usually the story goes something like, “we weren’t looking … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting, Financial Discipline, Financial Plan, Spending | Tagged , , | Comments Off on How to get rid of buying “fever”

What’s your harness?

Did you read the story about the man who walked across Niagara Falls? My wife shared the story with me a few weeks back and I was intrigued to see how he did it. After doing some research I discovered … Continue reading

Posted in Debt, Financial Goals, Financial Plan | Tagged | Comments Off on What’s your harness?

How to avoid financial peer pressure

I really hate peer pressure. As with most people, it was really intense during my middle school and high school years, and I thought it would subside once I reached my adult years. It has for the most part, but … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Discipline, Personal Story, Spending | Tagged , | 2 Comments

Vlog: Ask “How much” instead of “How much a month.”

When determining if we can afford a particular purchase or not we typically ask ourselves, “How much a month?” Often that question leads us into making impulse purchases as well as going into debt. But what if you started to … Continue reading

Posted in Vlog | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Vlog: Ask “How much” instead of “How much a month.”

Vlog: What are you willing to give up to be debt free?

I talk to lots of people who say they want to rid themselves of debt. But when it comes down to implementing the plan, they don’t because they are not willing to do what is necessary to succeed. So what … Continue reading

Posted in Vlog | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Vlog: What are you willing to give up to be debt free?