7 episodes

Money. No one talks about it (except maybe to complain). Let's change that. In this monthly call-in show, Jennifer Hale answers your questions, challenges your status quo and offers her unique insights on how to transform your relationship with money. In her words, "I'm not an expert, but I've been poor, I've done well, I've made bad and great investments and I'd like to save you some time and pain by sharing what I've learned along the way. Let's take money from being your oppressor to being your ally."

The Art of Money Jennifer Hale

    • Investing
    • 5.0, 10 Ratings

Money. No one talks about it (except maybe to complain). Let's change that. In this monthly call-in show, Jennifer Hale answers your questions, challenges your status quo and offers her unique insights on how to transform your relationship with money. In her words, "I'm not an expert, but I've been poor, I've done well, I've made bad and great investments and I'd like to save you some time and pain by sharing what I've learned along the way. Let's take money from being your oppressor to being your ally."

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

vrolijk5 ,

Educational and well presented

Jennifer Hale's podcast series, The Art of Money, is informative and presented in a clear and concise manner that is easy to follow, even if you are a neophyte to the subject of finances. Jennifer has a firm grasp on the subject, but also understands and empathizes with those of us who find the financial aspects of life intimidating and difficult to understand, and so each podcast builds a pathway into the subject for the listener. She provides resources for further reading and covers both theoretical and practical aspects of finance and economics.

The podcast is also refreshing in that it is just a generous sharing of experience and knowledge, backed by a sincere concern for the wellbeing of others and an interest in social justice. It doesn't lead to a request that you buy a book or sign up for a program. Jennifer Hale simply takes her talent and knowledge in an area of life that in often presented in a way that serves as a kind of shibboleth, and makes it accessible to everyone.

Even if you find finances a daunting and dry topic, it is worth listening to. I went to the subject a bit reluctant, sullenly kicking a metaphoric rock along the way, muttering that I hate finances, but was pleasantly surprised that the topic as presented here was interesting. I have read several of the books that Jennifer has suggested and her podcast even informed some of the decisions I have made in my personal finances, which is a stellar outcome given how unenthusiastic I was as a student…

awsome_robot ,

Great communication skills gets the job done

Its hard not to recognize Jennifer Hale's voice. It helps have a familiar voice give advice especially someone who has been on both sides of the spectrum in regards to money. What I really love about this podcast is that it makes you realize that as a consumer, you don't tend to pay attention to the little details that make financial sense. The things that seem so obvious but never stopped to think about it. She makes it clear she doesn't have a degree in economics, but her knowledge is impressive. There are a great amount of cooks who aren't chefs, yet can cook with the best of them. Its early in the podcast as of time of writing, but I'm loving how Jennifer communicates her message.

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