Big Picture, Millennials, Podcasts

The Long Game Podcast Episode 4: Austen Allred: Betting On Yourself And Merging Your Interests Into A Business That Changes Lives

Apple Podcast Google Podcast Spotify Podcast We are back for the fourth episode of The Long Game Podcast and this time am joined by Austen Allred. In this episode we talk about: His mission he went on to Ukraine after leaving BYU To living in his car as he went all in on betting on himself To writing a book…

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Weekend Review

Weekend Review November 22, 2020

Tweets of The Week Favorite Articles Morgan Housel: We Have No Idea What Happens Next – “Then there’s the big unknown: the crazy, disconnected, counterintuitive change set in motion this year that we’ll only be able to piece together in hindsight. The kinds of things that only happen when seven billion people have their lives thrown upside down, experience a…

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Weekend Review

Weekend Review November 22, 2020

Tweets of The Week Favorite Articles James Clear: Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds – “Leo Tolstoy was even bolder: “The most difficult subjects can be explained to the most slow-witted man if he has not formed any idea of them already; but the simplest thing cannot be made clear to the most intelligent man if he is firmly persuaded…

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Weekend Review

Weekend Review November 15, 2020

Tweets of The Week Favorite Articles  Charlotte Cowles: Could Knowing Your ‘Money Script’ Help Your Finances? – “Understanding your money story, and rewriting the things you want to change, is a lifelong process of gathering information, applying it to the practical aspects of money, and then gathering more information.” Matthew Fox: Bitcoin has ‘considerable’ upside as it better competes with…

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Financial Planning, Millennials

HENRY’s: How to Make the Most of This Opportunity

What is a HENRY?  Alright, I know what you are thinking just from the title. “What in the world is a ‘HENRY’? Well, HENRY stands for “High Earner But Not Rich Yet”. It refers to people in their first half of their working careers that are making substantial incomes, somewhere between $100,000-$500,000 spending on where they live, but have minimal…

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Weekend Review

Weekend Review November 8, 2020

Tweets of The Week Favorite Articles Treyton DeVore: Should I Use a Financial Advisor or Do It Myself? The Pros and Cons of Both – “This leads me into one of the biggest cons of DIY: the accountability factor. When you decide to manage money yourself, it takes a lot of responsibility and commitment to stick with it. Working with…

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Financial Planning

Not Another Election Post

As you can tell by the title, this is not another post about the election or how the election will impact your portfolio. Honestly, there will be plenty of those posts being published today, but the truth of the matter is that no one knows what’s going to happen to the markets after the election, even if some people pretend…

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Weekend Review

Weekend Review November 1, 2020

Tweets of The Week Favorite Articles Nick Maggiulli: Why You Shouldn’t Max Out Your 401(k) – “Does this mean that you shouldn’t contribute beyond the employer match in your traditional 401(k)? Not necessarily. But it does suggest that there is a significant risk in doing so. A risk that is based on future tax rates. While I will admit that…

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Podcasts

The Long Game Podcast Episode 2: Jeremy Ross Miller – Learning Through Entrepreneurship

Apple Podcast Spotify Podcast Google Podcast We are back for the second episode of The Long Game Podcast and I am joined by Jeremy Ross Miller. In this episode we talk not being a victim, the power of community, and using entrepreneurship as a way to learn instead of traditional education. Jeremy Miller is a 21-year-old nationally known speaker, marketer,…

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