Don’t talk to strangers. Make your savings automatic. Don’t buy so many lattes. How many pieces of unsolicited advice have helped you become a better version of yourself? Today our contributors are helping us walk through a recent blog post that delivered exactly 68 pieces of advice to help you live a better life financially AND mentally. Helping us with today’s show are our near-and-dear contributors: Elle Martinez (of Couple Money), Len Penzo of LenPenzo.com, and our very own OG.
Halfway through the show we’ll take a break from the unsolicited advice (that you should totally listen to by the way), and we’ll learn some strategies on keeping your children engaged and responsible while everyone is stuck at home. During our Fintech segment, Gregg Murset of BusyKid will also share how his app can help your family learn better habits, and put their allowance to good use by teaching them to save, give, and be a part of a community.
Ever hear the phrase, “just because you can, doesn’t mean you should”? A few weeks ago we asked our friends on Twitter to give us their best answer… but with finances in mind. During our Magnify Money segment we’ll share our favorite replies, and our contributors will even share a few of their own answers.
One last note: Remember the story in the news recently about the elderly man who ejected himself from the French fighter jet? We won’t give away too much, but Doug has some heart-pounding trivia for you on today’s show. Today’s podcast is another high flier! Enjoy!
Today’s Topic: Advice That Will Change Your Life
- 68 Bits of Unsolicited Advice (The Technium)
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Do you need some more financial help from OG outside of the show? Follow our link, StackingBenjamins.com/OG to get some one-on-one help from the man himself.
You can find links to everything we talked about during our advice piece below:
Our Fintech Spotlight Company: Busy Kid
A big thanks to Gregg Murset for stopping by! We had a great discussion on best methods to help your kids with their continual development. After all, what’s too young when it comes to teaching your children about the stock market? You can find out more about BusyKid here: BusyKid.com
- An elderly citizen was in the news recently for ejecting himself out of a French fighter jet. How many beats per minute was the man’s heart beating when he had got into the jet?
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- We asked this question on Twitter: What is the best example of “just because you can, doesn’t mean you should” when it comes to finances? We’ll share some of our favorites and today’s contributors will tune in with their own as well.
- You can read the responses directly on Twitter HERE.
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Join us Monday!
Andy Hill of the Marriage, Kids, and Money podcast will be sharing his financial story. Plus, we’re covering how one man owed $9 million in debt by the end of one day, and why the majority of workers find themselves unable to save for retirement.