29 min

Bridging The Generational Gap In Financial Literacy No BS With Birchy

    • Education

Why were we not taught about money? Money talks at the dinner table are often a taboo subject as many fear judgement, discomfort and shame which are the common emotional reactions when bringing this topic of conversation to the table. In this week's episode, Nathan Birch and special guest, Sarah Kelsey from The OneUp Project are here to challenge that and share the different ways people approach money and make it a conversation worth having.
 
Sarah tells her story of quitting her accounting job to now exploring a new marketing role and how that journey has taught her many valuable lessons about the importance of finding your why and doing what you actually want out of life. She has become a relatable and trusted voice that aligns individuals with effective resources on financial literacy and self-development by chatting to entrepreneurial leaders in various industries on her podcast. It goes to show you can make the right decisions by taking on the advice of people you admire and eliminating the noise to live a fulfilling and successful life.
 
Episode notes:
Introduction to Sarah Kelsey (00:55)
Finding Your Purpose: Take Risks & Be Curious (4:20)
Conforming To Society: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly (6:40)  
Career Lessons: Advice For Millennials (10:10)
Quitting Her Accounting Job To Pursue Her Passion (13:40)
Stop Settling For Less (17:18)
How To Make Money Starting With Nothing (19:30)
Commit To Finding Your Why (21:50)
Is The Quality Of Life Getting Worse Or Better For Each Generation? (23:00)
How To Overcome Procrastination? (24:35)
The OneUp Project (25:55)
 
Show some love & support Sarah's journey:
The OneUp Project | Instagram The OneUp Project | Apple Podcast The OneUp Project | Spotify  
👉🏼 Interested in building your property investment portfolio? Chat to the team today.
 
👉🏼 Show some love, give this show a rating and review here. 
 
 
DISCLAIMER: Any views expressed by the podcast host or any guest are their own and do not represent the views of b Invested or any of its related companies, or associated organisations or any of its employees. This podcast contains general financial information, general educational information, and is for entertainment purposes only. The information contained in the podcasts does not consider your objectives, financial and or legal situation, or your needs. As such, you should always consider if the information is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on it. Always consult a licensed and trusted financial planner, legal practitioner and appropriate and relevant experts. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in this podcast, including any financial, taxation, and/or legal information. Any examples given are for illustrative and entertainment purposes only. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. b Invested and its related companies are NOT qualified tax accountants, financial (tax) advisers, financial advisers or legal advisers and its podcasts are solely for educational and entertainment purposes only.

Why were we not taught about money? Money talks at the dinner table are often a taboo subject as many fear judgement, discomfort and shame which are the common emotional reactions when bringing this topic of conversation to the table. In this week's episode, Nathan Birch and special guest, Sarah Kelsey from The OneUp Project are here to challenge that and share the different ways people approach money and make it a conversation worth having.
 
Sarah tells her story of quitting her accounting job to now exploring a new marketing role and how that journey has taught her many valuable lessons about the importance of finding your why and doing what you actually want out of life. She has become a relatable and trusted voice that aligns individuals with effective resources on financial literacy and self-development by chatting to entrepreneurial leaders in various industries on her podcast. It goes to show you can make the right decisions by taking on the advice of people you admire and eliminating the noise to live a fulfilling and successful life.
 
Episode notes:
Introduction to Sarah Kelsey (00:55)
Finding Your Purpose: Take Risks & Be Curious (4:20)
Conforming To Society: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly (6:40)  
Career Lessons: Advice For Millennials (10:10)
Quitting Her Accounting Job To Pursue Her Passion (13:40)
Stop Settling For Less (17:18)
How To Make Money Starting With Nothing (19:30)
Commit To Finding Your Why (21:50)
Is The Quality Of Life Getting Worse Or Better For Each Generation? (23:00)
How To Overcome Procrastination? (24:35)
The OneUp Project (25:55)
 
Show some love & support Sarah's journey:
The OneUp Project | Instagram The OneUp Project | Apple Podcast The OneUp Project | Spotify  
👉🏼 Interested in building your property investment portfolio? Chat to the team today.
 
👉🏼 Show some love, give this show a rating and review here. 
 
 
DISCLAIMER: Any views expressed by the podcast host or any guest are their own and do not represent the views of b Invested or any of its related companies, or associated organisations or any of its employees. This podcast contains general financial information, general educational information, and is for entertainment purposes only. The information contained in the podcasts does not consider your objectives, financial and or legal situation, or your needs. As such, you should always consider if the information is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on it. Always consult a licensed and trusted financial planner, legal practitioner and appropriate and relevant experts. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in this podcast, including any financial, taxation, and/or legal information. Any examples given are for illustrative and entertainment purposes only. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. b Invested and its related companies are NOT qualified tax accountants, financial (tax) advisers, financial advisers or legal advisers and its podcasts are solely for educational and entertainment purposes only.

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