Since I started participating in the conversation about money, I've paid off student loans and car loans, saved up an emergency fund, maxed out my retirement accounts, save up for two down payments for homes, and left my corporate career to start two businesses. I want you to have the same results that I have had. That means you need to start getting in on the conversation. To make it easy, I want to bring more conversations about money to you. So here's what I'm doing. I'm starting a new podcast show called Masters of Money where I interview the people of FinCon, the event I run for financial nerds, and get them to open up about: their financial turnaround, the goals they've achieved, what they still struggle with, the tools they use, their plans for the future, and more... My hope is that these open and honest conversations will inspire, educate, and entertain. My goal is usefulness.
[BONUS] Financial Mentoring with Todd Tresidder
Todd Tresidder graduated from the University of California at Davis with a B.A. in economics and a passion for creating successful businesses.
A serial entrepreneur since childhood, Todd went on to build his own wealth as a hedge fund investment manager before "retiring" at 35 to teach others.
Today, he provides advanced investment and retirement planning education at http://FinancialMentor.com showing you what works, what doesn’t, and why based on a depth of proven experience.
[BONUS] Consumerism Commentary made Harlan Landes financially independent
Harlan Landes started Consumerism Commentary under the moniker Flexo in 2003. It grew to become a multi-million dollar blog, which he sold. The sum he collected allows him the Flexobility to volunteer and create passion projects like the Plutus Foundation and develop his next new business, Adulting.tv.
[BONUS] Making Money from Home, with Joseph Hogue
Joseph Hogue is an investment analyst and blogger. He runs six websites on topics including personal finance, investing, crowdfunding and making money from home.
A veteran of the Marine Corps, he holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
[BONUS] Financial Indepence in 2002 with Doug ”Nords" Norman
Doug is a retired Navy submariner and author of The Military Guide To Financial Independence And Retirement. He and his spouse reached financial independence in the late 1990s on their high savings rate and retired in 2002.
This is a bonus episode. To hear more Masters of Money, go to https://ptmoney.com/masters-money
[BONUS] Penny Pinchin' Mom, Tracie Fobes
Tracie Fobes wasn't prepared for the day she would have money of her own. That led to debt and eventually bankruptcy.
The lessons she learned would forever change her and her family's financial future - and the future of her blog readers.
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For more great interviews from some of my money nerd friends, subscribe to the show in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn or visit the blog at https://ptmoney.com/masters-money
Master Your Money with me, PT Money
I am interviewed on my own show by previous guest Rob Berger.
The tables are turned as I answer questions from my own life about the one thing I've done that had the biggest contribution to my financial success, what tools do my wife and I use to manage our money, and what got me started on my path to becoming a master of money.
Show notes can be found at http://ptmoney.com
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PT Is THE Master of money!
As a professional in the financial community and a newbie to the personal finance field I'm so happy to have been introduced to PT and his fantastic podcast. Full of information and the most interesting podcast guests I can't think of another show I like to listen to more to get lots of information on many different topics through the best guest experts in their fields. As many of you probably already know PT is the founder and CEO of the financial media conference FinCon. Because of his entrepreneurial endeavours and extensive background in finance he has a Rolodex that's unparallelled which keeps the show interesting and full of easily digestible information for the average person not from the finance world. I find a lot of podcasts tend to drone on a bit when the host/s talk about different financial topics amongst themselves, however, as this podcast is very casual and interview based it really keeps it exciting and is an easy listen. Thanks PT I look forward to your upcoming episodes and FinCon Dallas in October!