Being a grownup is hard, especially when it comes to money. Host Bobbi Rebell, a Certified Financial Planner and author of “How to be a Financial Grownup” asks her guests to share one money story that impacted their lives, and one lesson. Then she gives listeners her take and specific ways to use it in their life.
How and why financial grownups must remember names with podcast host, speaker and author Adam Carroll
As a young salesman Adam Carroll got a meeting with a big executive that changed everything. But it would not have happened without getting his name right.
Adam shares the story, all the good that came from that first meeting, and specific ways to remember people’s names.
For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.bobbirebell.com/podcast/adamcarroll
Money Walks: How money literally bought freedom for Financially Intentional’s Naseema McElroy
Naseema McElroy candidly shares her experiences paying off debt and building a financial foundation, and how that journey allowed her to break free from both a toxic work environment and an abusive relationship.
For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.bobbirebell.com/podcast/naseemamcelroy
How Jen Risher got over the social awkwardness of extreme unexpected wealth
Jen Richer, Author of “We Need to Talk, A Memoir About Wealth” and her husband made a fortune thanks to stock they both received while employed at Microsoft, adding more when her husband joined Amazon.
But as Jen shares, the blessings of wealth came with a social awkwardness until she learned some key strategies we can all learn from and apply to our lives when we have different financial circumstances from those around us.
For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.bobbirebell.com/podcast/jenniferrisher
How to know when it’s time to fight to get paid (more) for your passion with The Rocket Years author Elizabeth Segran
Getting a PhD was an expensive, and time consuming investment for Elizabeth Segran. So the decision to leave academia did not come lightly.
We discuss the season of her life when she came to the realization that it was time to pivot, and the financial grownup moment that clarified what she really wanted to be doing.
For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.bobbirebell.com/podcast/elizabethsegran
Paying for college using with Bethany Bayless of the Money Millhouse
Bethany Bayless wanted to be a financial grownup when she was an 18-year college student. But when she couldn’t get a traditional college student job near campus, she got creative, earned the money she needed for expenses and found a way to give back to the community.
Plus Bethany shares her favorite apps to make extra cash.
For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.bobbirebell.com/podcast/bethanybaylessencore
What not to do when your investments tank with Financial psychologist Dr. Brad Klontz (Encore)
After witnessing a friend make over $100,000 trading stocks, Dr. Brad Klontz went all in.. just in time for the tech bubble to bust. He lost the cash, but learned a lot of lessons about the market, and his own mental wealth.
Plus: the quiz you can take to find out if you have a money disorder, and what to do about it.
For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.bobbirebell.com/podcast/drbradklontzencore