Hi, I am Marieka, and welcome to Money Chill Out!
On this podcast, I want to dive into the world of the often unspoken topic of money. Effective personal finance management can be a great liberator but also a huge stress factor in our lives. After a 10y career on trading floors in London, I want to help demystify the intimidating world of finance and have an open, honest, and frank conversation. By opening the discussion I wish you identify yourself, learn, be inspired, and get empowered.
Every other week, I will be joined by guests for a conversation on money, mindset, investment habits, and any best practices they abide by!
So join me on this journey as we unpick the complexities of finance and get more comfortable talking about our money.
83% of women care about where their money is invested, and 69% feel a sense of urgency for responsible investing. Yet, a lot of them feel disengaged with their personal finances.
That's what we discuss with Anneka Deva, my guest for Money Chill Out Podcast, who aims to empower 30 000 women to move £ 1 billion for the planet by 2030.
Here is what we discussed :
🔣 Some key statistics
🚀 How changing your pension provider is 21 times more powerful than lowering your carbon footprint, going vegetarian, stopping flying, and changing your energy provider combined!
💫 How beginning your learning journey is the most important
🌎 Mapping your money
🌈 Sharing some inspiring contents
Available on Spotify and Apple,
If you like this podcast, please spread the word, reach out and give me a 5-star rating! Thank you 🙏
#money #podcast #sustainableinvesting #women #pensions
Getting good financial habits
“It feels like everyone can afford everything all of the time ... There was an element of me trying to chase that, I wanted to be part of that cool life too”
Today on Money Chill Out Podcast, we are talking about building good financial habits with Patrick Venn, who used to be "awful" with money according to his words!
After a wake-up call at 27, where his girlfriend had to lend him money for his best friend's wedding, he went a long way. In 2.5 years, he devoured podcasts to get himself educated, got a higher-paying job, and succeeded to pay back his £20k credit card debt. 💰
Thanks to his experience and how much he learned along the way, he decided to launch TOMII, a financial coaching platform for everyone! 🌈
Want to hear about how to create and maintain good financial habits? This episode is for you! 🎧
Available on Spotify and Apple,
#money #podcast #financialgoals #financialempowerment #sharingiscaring
Teaching kids about money
💡 “You can start educating your kids about money from the age of 4”
At that age, they can start creating money habits, having pocket money, and understand a few concepts.
But how? That’s what we discussed with Will Rainey 👱🏻♂️, from Blue Tree Savings, on Money Chill Out Podcast.
While teaching his young daughters, he wrote weekly on his blog and published a book, Grandpa’s fortune fables.
If you want to know :
🌈 How to open up the subject of money with your kids
📚 How to teach in a fun way to get them engaged from a young age - 7 to 13 years old
🙋♀️ How to respond to their blunt questions!
💰 How can they understand the value of money?
🚦How pocket money is the most underrated education tool
This episode is for you!
Available on Spotify and Apple podcasts
If you like this episode, please follow the show and give me a 5-star rating. Thank you!
#money #education #pocketmoney #financialempowerment #podcast
🎙 “I thought a lot of the finance world was a bit shallow and I wanted to give more meaning to what I was doing”
Whatever industry you’re in, do you have the same desire?
Today, I am very pleased to welcome Stéphanie Mielnik, CFA to Money Chill Out Podcast Out, a woman who put in the effort to find a job 100% aligned with her values.
She works for the Anthropocene Fixed Income Institute, an NGO that advocates for climate transition within the fixed income markets. Or in other words, how to redirect capital flows from dirty to green by bringing awareness and using a market-based approach.
In this episode, we are talking about :
🍀 What is green finance?
💫 Her action to help financial institutions restructure their portfolio with green financials
💡 New initiatives like sustainability linked bonds
💥 Positive news with players shying away from fossil fuels
Such an interesting discussion with an optimist expert, to bring you up to date with initiatives in this space. Let’s go!
#podcast #sustainability #investing #fixedincome #financialliteracy
Deep dive on pensions
💥 Did you know people on average lose 40% of their income at retirement?
And that number can go to 60% for high-earning individuals?
In order to be well prepared for this life-changing event, I have the pleasure of inviting my ex-finance teacher at ESSEC Business School and investment professional, David Rideau.
In this 35th episode of Money Chill Out Podcast, we have discussed :
💡 Why having a private pension is wise
🚦 When to start investing for your pension
💰 The tax incentives to do so
💫 Your options at retirement
❤️ How to protect your spouse
Link to the show, available on Spotify and Apple podcasts
Have a good 🎧
#pensions #investing # #money #financialliteracy #podcast
Starting to invest
The hardest is often to start.
This is true for a lot of things, of which entering the stock market
That’s why today for Money Chill Out Podcast, I am with Martin Juul-Olsen to speak about "Starting to invest"!
Martin has been investing since 2008 when he experienced the market crash losing most of his savings. He learned the hard way but instead of being put off, he got interested, and made it his job! He helps newbies in the market to start their investing journey
In this 31st episode, you’ll learn about:
🤷♂️The first things you need to do
💫 How to figure out your strategy
💥 The power of emotions
💡 Which powerful habits you can implement
📚 How to get info & knowledge
🚀 Ready to take the fast lane? Let’s go!
#stockmarket #investing #podcast #financialempowerment #emotions
So cool, felt I was at a coffee place chatting with my friends about investments. Huge support
Really nice first podcast. I had the feeling to just be with 2 of my friends (just missing a glass of wine!) talking about life choices and impact of our finances: buying a house, changing jobs, salaries.. Can’t wait for the next one!