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A podcast that helps families make better financial decisions. Hosted by entrepreneur and mom, Diana Granoux in collaboration with Warren Ingram. Every week, we share an episode on topics relating to increasing your family income, managing family expenses, controlling your debt and investing for the future. Diana interviews experts, entrepreneurs and families like yours about how they are creating a secure financial future for themselves and their loved ones.

The Family Finance Show Diana Granoux

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A podcast that helps families make better financial decisions. Hosted by entrepreneur and mom, Diana Granoux in collaboration with Warren Ingram. Every week, we share an episode on topics relating to increasing your family income, managing family expenses, controlling your debt and investing for the future. Diana interviews experts, entrepreneurs and families like yours about how they are creating a secure financial future for themselves and their loved ones.

    Season 2 Highlights Episode

    Season 2 Highlights Episode

    At the end of each episode in season 2, we ask our guests what one piece of financial advice they want to pass on to the next generation. Here is their collective wisdom from 12 shows this year.

    A special thanks to Elevate and to the following guests in season 2:
    Manoka Mathye | S2 EP12 - Increasing Your Income as an Employee
    Matan Abraham | S2 EP1 - Common Insurance Pitfalls
    Stacy Hart | S2 EP5 - Tips on Personal Finance
    Wisani Shilumani | S2 EP3 - What’s My Net Worth?
    Judith Ndaba | S2 EP7 - Holistic Wellness
    Patrick McKay | S2 EP6 - Achieving Financial Freedom
    Bronwyn Williams | S2 EP8 - Future Trends for Finance and Family
    Andre Bothma | S2 EP4 - Families and Tax
    Sipho Nkosi| S2 EP9 - Life Lessons From a Self-made Man
    Barry Childs | S2 EP10 - Choosing the Right Medical Aid
    Warren Ingram | S2 EP11 - Global Investing Made Easy
    Pinky Sithole | S2 EP2 - Investing Offshore - The How's and Why's

    We will be taking a break from recording and publishing, but there are 65 episodes in the library to catch up on. See you soon!


    Join us for real conversations about family finances:
    The Family Finance Show - Twitter | The Family Finance Show - Website | The Family Finance Show - Podcast |  Diana Granoux - Twitter 

    • 22 min
    Increasing Your Income as an Employee

    Increasing Your Income as an Employee

    If you are employed and want to advance your career and earn a higher income, Manoka Mathye has 7 simple steps for you to follow. Manoka is a chartered accountant and senior manager in external audit at a large audit firm by day and a career coach by night. She has also developed a loyal following through her #YourCorporateHustle Twitter spaces.

    In this episode we cover 7 steps to increase your income as an employee, negotiating pay increases and bonuses, the gender pay gap and much more!

    Join us on Twitter for real conversations about family finances:
    https://twitter.com/famfinanceshow
    https://twitter.com/dianagranoux
    https://twitter.com/elevatelifeza
    Website: https://www.familyfinanceshow.com
    Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform: https://podlink.to/FamilyFinanceShow

    Manoka Mathye: https://twitter.com/ManokaMathye
    Manoka’s YouTube channel:
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjQI9gg68ZyIpZAY5_D6PlQ

    This episode is brought to you by Elevate. Visit their website or Facebook page to find out more.
    Website: https://www.elevate.co.za/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElevateLifeZA

    • 38 min
    Global Investing Made Easy

    Global Investing Made Easy

    Warren Ingram is back on the show, this time to talk about his new book “Global investing made easy”. If you’ve always wanted to invest internationally but don’t know where to start, Warren gives guidance in simple language. 
    We cover some important principles such as risk and diversification, how to start building a global portfolio, how to achieve the right balance and what shares to get started with. 
    You can find Warren’s book online, on Kindle or in all major bookstores.


    Join us on Twitter for real conversations about family finances:
    https://twitter.com/famfinanceshow
    https://twitter.com/dianagranoux
    https://twitter.com/elevatelifeza
    Website: https://www.familyfinanceshow.com
    Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform: https://podlink.to/FamilyFinanceShow

    Warren Ingram: https://twitter.com/WarrenIngram

    This episode is brought to you by Elevate. Visit their website or Facebook page to find out more.
    Website: https://www.elevate.co.za/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElevateLifeZA

    • 26 min
    Choosing the Right Medical Aid

    Choosing the Right Medical Aid

    If you have ever tried to choose a medical aid scheme or even a plan within a scheme you will know how hard it is to compare your options and choose the best plan for you and your dependents.

    Hospital plans, gap cover, medical aid savings, day to day benefits - the options are difficult to understand!

    Barry Childs, the joint CEO at Insight Actuaries, tells us the best tool we have to help us choose the right plan is by asking plenty of questions.

    For additional information, read this article from Insight: https://www.insight.co.za/2016/07/11/the-signal-model-throwing-light-into-dark-corners/


    Join us on Twitter for real conversations about family finances:
    https://twitter.com/famfinanceshow
    https://twitter.com/dianagranoux
    https://twitter.com/elevatelifeza
    Website: https://www.familyfinanceshow.com
    Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform: https://podlink.to/FamilyFinanceShow

    Barry Childs: https://twitter.com/BarryChilds 
    This episode is brought to you by Elevate. Visit their website or Facebook page to find out more.
    Website: https://www.elevate.co.za/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElevateLifeZA

    • 27 min
    Life Lessons From a Self-Made Man (Sipho Nkosi)

    Life Lessons From a Self-Made Man (Sipho Nkosi)

    Sipho Nkosi is the Chair of Sasol, a director at Sanlam, and co-founder and chair of investment holding company Talent10. He was one of the founders and CEO of Eyesizwe Coal which later became Exxaro Resources. 


    Sipho, most impressively to me, is a self-made man and someone who has achieved all this with the odds heavily stacked against him. He grew up in rural KwaZulu-Natal with only a basic primary education. Despite this, and with no special resources or opportunities, he invested his time and effort to get a university degree and has since gone on to achieve much professional success in life. His achievements are even more remarkable given the deliberate restriction of educational and job opportunities for black people during apartheid. 


    He tells his story with such humility and grace and offers us all inspiration to achieve our own goals, whatever they may be.


    In the story of his childhood playmate, Peter, I was reminded of the important role we play as parents, in raising our children with good values, such as equality and respect for all people no matter their background.  Please enjoy this inspiring episode!



    Join us on Twitter for real conversations about family finances:
    https://twitter.com/famfinanceshow
    https://twitter.com/dianagranoux
    https://twitter.com/elevatelifeza
    Website: https://www.familyfinanceshow.com
    Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform: https://podlink.to/FamilyFinanceShow

    This episode is brought to you by Elevate. Visit their website or Facebook page to find out more.
    Website: https://www.elevate.co.za/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElevateLifeZA

    • 44 min
    Future Trends for Finance and Family

    Future Trends for Finance and Family

    In this wide-ranging conversation economist and futurist, Bronwyn Williams talks about macro trends, businesses that solve the biggest human problems, financial freedom, the future of education for our children, and a fascinating view on the impact and implications of cryptocurrencies. 
    A recurring theme, which stood out for me was the importance, especially in South Africa, of being self-sufficient - both in the sense of being financially independent as well as not being dependent on an employer for a traditional job. 


    If you’d like to know more on the topic of cryptocurrencies and their impact on our social contract, you may read this article written by Bronwyn: https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/opinion/2021-02-28-tension-between-radical-new-ideas-threaten-to-break-social-contract-further/

    Join us on Twitter for real conversations about family finances:
    https://twitter.com/famfinanceshow
    https://twitter.com/dianagranoux
    https://twitter.com/elevatelifeza
    Website: https://www.familyfinanceshow.com
    Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform: https://podlink.to/FamilyFinanceShow 
    This episode is brought to you by Elevate. Visit their website or Facebook page to find out more.
    Website: https://www.elevate.co.za/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElevateLifeZA

    • 33 min

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