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Money only matters if it helps you live a life you love. On the Financial Freedom podcast we interview remarkable people and share strategies for mastering money and living a meaningful life. Topics include personal finance, investing, side hustling, real estate, entrepreneurship, early retirement, and more. Financial Freedom is hosted by Grant Sabatier, author of Financial Freedom and creator of Millennial Money. Grant reached financial independence and "retired" at the age of 30.

Financial Freedom Podcast Grant Sabatier

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Money only matters if it helps you live a life you love. On the Financial Freedom podcast we interview remarkable people and share strategies for mastering money and living a meaningful life. Topics include personal finance, investing, side hustling, real estate, entrepreneurship, early retirement, and more. Financial Freedom is hosted by Grant Sabatier, author of Financial Freedom and creator of Millennial Money. Grant reached financial independence and "retired" at the age of 30.

    EP 33: New Beginnings

    EP 33: New Beginnings

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    • 42 min
    EP 32: 10 Listener Questions (solo episode)

    EP 32: 10 Listener Questions (solo episode)

    In this episode, I mix it up and answer 10 listener questions from across the financial independence journey.
    1. What are some of the tradeoffs you wish you didn't accept? 
    2. I feel really stuck at my job. It’s not that I hate it, I just feel like I worked a really long time to become a partner at my firm and while I’m making more money it’s really unfulfilling. What should I do?
    3. What are some strategies/tips to pursue financial freedom with a partner that doesn't exactly see the big picture?
    4. Anyway, I was wondering if you had any advice on how to deal with going from where we are now being in the entrepreneur mindset and pretty burnt out to being retired? 
    5. What is the most valuable business skill that I develop?
    6. Any tips for being patient on the long stretch between step 5 of having 2yrs of expenses saved then step 6 of financial independence?  
    7. I’m deep in debt and can’t even imagine how I could reach financial independence. I want it, but don’t see how I can get there. Any tips?
    8. I lost my job during the pandemic and I’ve been struggling to find a new one. How did you stay motivated when you were unemployed? 
    9. Can you explain your money mindset? 
    10. What does it feel like to be rich?
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    • 56 min
    EP 31: 15 Best Money Lessons (Solo Episode)

    EP 31: 15 Best Money Lessons (Solo Episode)

    Last week's episode "5 Years After FI," was the most popular episode in the podcast's history. In this week's follow up I dive into the 15 Best Money Lessons I've learned after reaching financial independence.
    Topics include saving, entrepreneurship, investing, mindset, side hustling, and more.
    Featured Sponsor
    This episode is sponsored by BlockFi. BlockFi is an all in one digital wealth management solution for cryptocurrency investors. At BlockFi you can invest in cryptocurrency as a way to diversify your investments and earn up to 8.6% APY on your crypto.
    Learn more and get a $25 crypto bonus for signing up at BlockFi.

    • 40 min
    EP 30: 5 Years After FI (Solo Episode)

    EP 30: 5 Years After FI (Solo Episode)

    In this episode, I reflect on the biggest lessons I've learned since reaching financial independence 5 years ago. From money to happiness and peace, here's how I think about my life right now.

    • 36 min
    EP 29: Predictably Irrational w/ Dan Ariely @danariely

    EP 29: Predictably Irrational w/ Dan Ariely @danariely

    In this episode, I chat with Dan Ariely, Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University, author of Predictably Irrational, WSJ columnist, and one of the world's best known behavioral economists.
    In this expansive conversation, we dive into why we're our own worst enemy's when it comes to investing and what to do about it.
    We also chat about how to manage money and our lives in increasingly uncertain times.

    • 30 min
    EP 28: A Life Well Lived w/ Doc G @DocGDiverseFI

    EP 28: A Life Well Lived w/ Doc G @DocGDiverseFI

    In this episode, I chat with Doc G, the popular financial independence podcaster and hospice Doctor, about life, death, and money. What does it mean to live a life well-lived?
    We dive into the top regrets of the dying, memento mori, and how his work has changed his relationship to money and life. 
    We also talk about Western and Eastern philosophy and where we think the FIRE movement falls short. I hope you enjoy.
     

    • 47 min

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Fantastic and inspirational podcast about financial freedom! One of the best podcasts I have listened to!

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