Welcome to Informed Choice Radio, the personal finance podcast all about achieving your financial goals in life. New episodes are published every Monday and Friday, featuring expert interviews and practical tips for making the most of your money. Your host for Informed Choice Radio is Martin Bamford; a Chartered Financial Planner, Fellow of the Personal Finance Society and personal finance author. This podcast will appeal to listeners of Meaningful Money, MoneyBox Live, Wake Up To Money, Listen to Lucy, Which? Money and The Property Podcast. Contact Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments or questions. You can find show notes and archived episodes at https://icradio.co.uk/episodes/.
Create Your Dream Entrepreneur Lifestyle, with Dan Warburton
My guest on the podcast today is Dan Warburton.
Dan wrote Dream It, Choose It, Live It, where he shares his story and the key insights from his process of self-discovery, along with his 5-step transformation process.
We discuss the importance of silencing the distractions and loved-ones who hold us back from leading the lives we want, and also the importance of kaizen - continuous self-improvement.
Finding the path to financial peace, with Dr Margaret Curlew
My guest on the podcast today is Dr Margaret Curlew.
Margaret is a professional, mompreneur and a real estate investor.
She’s a firm believer in the principle that we can all influence our destiny through vision, execution and hard work.
After fleeing from the civil war in Sierra Leone as a teenager and becoming a refugee, Margaret studied in France and then relocated to Canada.
Balancing today and tomorrow, with Lynn Beattie (Mrs MummyPenny)
How do you strike the right balance between the competing financial needs of today and tomorrow?
My guest on the podcast today is Lynn Beattie (also known as Mrs MummyPenny), author of The Money Guide to Transform Your Life.
We get pretty personal in this conversation, chatting about Lynn’s emotional spending and spiral into debt after she started her business, as well as how to best approach weathering the coming economic storm.
Helping you buy your first home, with Matthew Addison from StepLadder
We all know just how challenging it can be for a first-time buyer to get on the property ladder today.
But what if a solution that’s used in countries across the world could help buyers here?
My guest on the podcast today is Matthew Addison, CEO and co-founder of StepLadder.
Communities around the world have used this approach for decades to reach their savings goals faster.
Living a richer life by design, with Jonathan Krueger
How can you become a better steward of your money?
My guest on the podcast today is Jonathan Krueger, CEO of Lionsgate Advisors, and host of the Living a Richer Life by Design podcast.
In each episode of Living a Richer Life by Design, Jonathan and his guests discuss a variety of subjects including fulfilling relationships, vibrant health, community engagement, social impact and stewardship of your finances.
Find your clear path to abundance and prosperity, with Gull Khan
Everything in the world is made up of energy.
Our thoughts, feelings and emotions are made up of energy. The things that people do or say also have energy.
But what happens when our experiences in life leave energy behind, in some cases deep into our subconscious where they cause energy blocks?
My guest on the podcast today is Gull Khan, international speaker, podcaster, a Barrister, an Attorney with New York Bar Association, and a Solicitor.
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Amazing host and brilliant guest
I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to this podcast.
Martine is well informed and deducts the best golden nuggets from his guest.
I just want to take a moment to say just how good I think this podcast is, generally. It took me a while to come across it, which just shows the need for listeners to write a review (something I admit to rarely doing myself!). The content is well planned out and highly informative. Please keep it up!
Thank you but...
Good stuff generally, appreciated but you really rocked what is your normal steady common sense approach to all subjects with your support of basic income...you can’t talk behavioural finance without getting behavioural repercussions of this