65 episodes

Crazy Money exists to promote financial wisdom and better living through no-holds-barred conversations about the role of money in our lives. Listen as comedian and former Facebook sales VP, Paul Ollinger interviews entrepreneurs, celebrities, authors, artists, and others with a unique perspective on money, wealth and careers. He will address how they’ve gotten money right or wrong, and discuss the misconceptions and mistakes that have led them to where they are today. The tone is always honest, irreverent, and funny.

Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger Paul Ollinger

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    • 4.9, 214 Ratings

Crazy Money exists to promote financial wisdom and better living through no-holds-barred conversations about the role of money in our lives. Listen as comedian and former Facebook sales VP, Paul Ollinger interviews entrepreneurs, celebrities, authors, artists, and others with a unique perspective on money, wealth and careers. He will address how they’ve gotten money right or wrong, and discuss the misconceptions and mistakes that have led them to where they are today. The tone is always honest, irreverent, and funny.

    God Wants You to be Rich (with Rabbi Daniel Lapin)

    God Wants You to be Rich (with Rabbi Daniel Lapin)

    Rabbi Daniel Lapin believes that money is the reward we get when we serve another one of God’s children. Therefore, doing business is doing God’s work. In his videos, courses, and books, Thou Shall Prosper and Business Secrets from the Bible, Rabbi Lapin leverages scripture to weave a passionate and refreshing defense of capitalism. In short: God wants man and woman to be together, to serve one other, and to prosper as a result.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Finding joy in the everyday (with Laura Delizonna)

    Finding joy in the everyday (with Laura Delizonna)

    Laura Delizonna, PhD is a Stanford University instructor, international speaker, author, and expert on the science of happiness. Her mission is to help others thrive in life and work. She delivers practical, interactive, science-based trainings and inspiring keynotes. She consults with top corporations like Google and Facebook to help optimize team performance. On today’s episode, we talk about happiness, being yourself at work, the relative importance of income, and how to find joy in the everyday.

    • 51 min
    James Lowry, Minority business pioneer

    James Lowry, Minority business pioneer

    James H. Lowry grew up in Jim Crow era Chicago. After graduating from Grinnell College and spending time in the Peace Corps, Jim became McKinsey & Company's first African-American consultant in 1968 and, years later, the first black senior partner at Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Jim worked with mayors, the federal government and leading corporations to implement ground-breaking and historic workforce and supplier diversity programs.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    The bondage of student debt (with Michael Arceneaux)

    The bondage of student debt (with Michael Arceneaux)

    Michael Arceneaux is the New York Times best-selling author of I Can’t Date Jesus and his new collection of essays, I Don’t Want to Die Poor, in which he chronicles the debilitating nature of his student debt. A graduate of Howard University who is known for his biting wit and cultural insights.

    • 46 min
    Lori Gottlieb, a therapist in therapy

    Lori Gottlieb, a therapist in therapy

    Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and author of the best-selling (and excellent) book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which is being developed into a series for ABC by Eva Longoria. Lori pens the weekly "Dear Therapist" column for The Atlantic, and has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Time, People, Slate, Salon, and many other top periodicals.

    • 51 min
    How Londoners survived the Blitz (with Amy Bell)

    How Londoners survived the Blitz (with Amy Bell)

    Dr. Amy Bell is the author of London Was Ours, an examination of memoirs and diaries kept by ordinary Londoners during the Blitz. From Sept 1940-May 1941, Hitler’s Luftwaffe bombed London almost every day or night. The city experienced massive death and destruction, yet citizens went on with their lives, albeit under modified routines. Amy and I discuss how the lessons of the Blitz might be relevant to the Covid-19 shelter-in-place quarantine.

    • 39 min

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Came across crazy money though my wife who knows of Paul through biz school. Glad I did as I look forward to his conversations, perspective, humor and take on the world. Keep going Paul.

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