When it comes to your career, should you love what you do? A blog post our friend R.L. Graham reads says, “Maybe not.” Is that right? We’ve heard a TON about how you should be PASSIONATE about your work. On today’s show we’ll ring up Jen Hemphill, host of Her Dinero Matters and long-time friend of the basement, and the amazing Paula Pant from Afford Anything to ask their opinion. Our contributors will give their take on working, finding accomplishment in life, and focusing on what matters.
Halfway through the show, we’ll detour from our usual roadmap and swap out our fintech segment for some Friday HEALTH tech. We’ve had such great conversations on the correlation between health and finance with Angelo Poli from Metpro that we couldn’t resist bringing him back to answer LOTS of your questions.
Later we’ll answer a Magnify Money call from Patrick: how does someone know if their financial advisor is doing a good job? Sure, there will be good times and bad times, but what’s the criteria for judging an advisor’s performance?
Of course, we’ll always save some times for Doug’s trivia.
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- Do What You Love (PJRVS)
A big thanks to Jen for joining our roundtable today. You can find more from Jen, including the Her Dinero Matters podcast, at Jen’s site: JenHemphill.com
Check Out Paula’s site and amazing podcast: AffordAnything.com
Follow Paula on Twitter: @AffordAnything
Say hello to Len Penzo on Twitter: @LenPenzo
A HUGE thanks to Angelo for spending time with us on today’s
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<> Doug’s Trivia
- What is the word count for Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick”?
<> Magnify Money Question
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- An anonymous caller wants to know how they can judge if a financial advisor is doing a good job over time. How does someone know if their financial advisor’s performance is good over 5 or 10 years. What’s the criteria?
Join Us Monday!
We’ll be joined by Chad Parks, executive producer of Broken Eggs, a documentary about the looming retirement crisis in America. Has much changed in the six years since Chad’s documentary released? We’ll get the new picture from Chad on what’s going on with America’s retirement crisis.