Many of us are seeking ways to create fulfillment and get better throughout our journey in life. Our conversations are filled with honesty, transparency, and a little bit of humor.
Hosted by TheRichB, Matthew Marcoux, and John Kennedy
How to Put Money in Your Emotional Bank Account
In today's conversation, John Kennedy and TheRichB get real honest about the importance of investing in your emotional well-being and share their struggles with finding balance. We often expect ourselves to have endless energy and emotional capabilities, but that would be like expecting to magically have $50,000 in our bank account without actually having the money. John opens up about his challenges with being too results-oriented and seeks practical advice from Rich on finding a better approach. Stay tuned until the end to discover the significance of having conversations with others, journaling, and avoiding the harmful habit of "doomscrolling."
All Things Money: Q&A Session
Exciting news! You asked, we answered. TheRichB has been garnering questions from our listeners throughout the past month, and in today’s episode, John Kennedy, CFP® and Matthew Marcoux, CFP® are ready to tackle all of your questions! Join the conversation and be prepared for an informative discussion on topics ranging from the use of a 529 plan to saving for retirement. To those of you who have asked throughout the last few weeks, THANK YOU!
Navigating Life with an Aging Parent
In today's podcast, the guys share their ideas on navigating life with an aging parent. It can be a difficult topic to approach, but it’s an essential part of life for most families. Taking the time to plan with proper legal documents, a financial inventory, and monitoring accounts can give everyone peace of mind. The highlight of this podcast teaches us that effective communication is the most important aspect when facing these issues. Be sure to stick around to the end, where the guys share five critical steps to take if you are going through this situation right now or in the near future.
Warren Buffett once said, "someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago."
This statement is true in many areas of life, especially when it comes to your money and investing for a better tomorrow. However, how often do we allow the headline news to determine our decision-making when it comes to our long-term goals? In today's podcast, John shares some ideas on how to cope with this, and more importantly, how to regain control. Whether it's self-reflection about having a scarcity mindset or focusing on the things within your sphere of power, these concepts can help give you the confidence to stay committed to your long-term plans.
Your Sphere of Power
It's easy to forget that we have control over much of what goes on in our own lives. Our thoughts, and the actions that we take, are something that we can truly influence. Today's conversation with TheRichB aims to help us focus on those things that are within our power. Making a conscious decision to put your effort and energy into taking control over your life will surely lead you in the right direction.
Mentorship, Monk Mode and Lasting Lessons for Your Children
Join TheRichB and John Kennedy as they delve into their hopes for how their children will remember them. They discuss the powerful role parents play in shaping their kids' lives and character, and how children often emulate their parents' actions. The discussion takes an intriguing turn with the introduction of a concept called "monk mode," revealing the profound impact this can have on personal growth. The guys also talk about the role of a mentor and just how important mentorship is at all stages of life. Don't miss this enlightening conversation that will inspire you to create a meaningful legacy for the next generation.
So genuine, so valuable, so enjoyable
Rich is a fantastic host. You can tell he’s a polished speaker and communicator. John and Matt are a perfect team to bring down to earth real value. Enjoyed the metaphors, insights, motivation and humor. Really enjoyed season 1. Ready for more
I love how the real life experience meets future goals and expectations!! It’s great life and financial advice that everyone can benefit from!!