Welcome to season three! This season, the theme is all about how to Be You, Bravely! This season Jillian will be discussing external expectations and how we respond to what others think our lives should look like. Plus how to balance those expectations with what works for us. “We’re going to be looking at how we deal with outer expectations. How do we respond to what everyone else thinks we
Welcome to Season 1 of Rebel Entrepreneur! This page will house all the episodes and shownotes for Season 1 as they are launched. So check back each week for more episodes. Episodes: Fear: What Stops You Starting Up With Jonathan Mendonsa 5 Ways To Build A Business With No Debt StartUp Stories – Time Trap Escape Rooms with Andrew And Katie Falcon-Uff Fear: What Stops You Starting Up With Jonathan
The IRS provision that will allow you to access the money in your 401k long before 59.5. Brad shares his COVID board game of choice and Jillian from Everyday Courage joins us to discuss what to do when all hope is lost. Resources The High Cost Of Living And The Path To FI With Paige And Sam Recovery And Healing With Deanna Broaddus Westend Crossfit Brad has been enjoying
A study on the cost of owning a dog found that you can expect to spend about $15,000 on the dog over the course of its lifetime. And that doesn’t even include the purchase of the dog itself! So if you're watching every dollar can you even consider having a pet? Despite the expense, the answer is yes. For a lot of people, the joy of owning a pet far
So you've worked hard to cut out unnecessary expenses from your life, and you've suddenly found yourself with a little extra money each month. What should you do with that money? The question is should you use it for paying off student loans vs investing for your retirement? People have strong opinions on both sides of the aisle. The general argument for using the leftover money to pay extra toward
Brian Feroldi stops by to discuss the basics of buying stocks and how the stock market works. What Does It Mean When You Buy A Stock? A stock represents partial ownership in a business. When you buy a company's stock you have a permanent claim on that company's assets and their current and future profit streams, forever. The reason stocks have value is because the businesses that are attached to
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