The number of female breadwinning households has quadrupled since 1960. More women are growing their careers and getting higher levels of education than ever before.
How does the modern man fit into this changing picture?
How can women still have the family life they want while growing their careers and income?
On the show today I’ve invited a true Family Woman who is also an expert in careers and money. Farnoosh Torabi is one of America’s leading personal finance authorities — hooked on helping Americans live their richest, happiest lives.
Her latest book called “When She Makes More” explores 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women who are navigating this new financial landscape.
Continue reading “Why The World is Better Off When Women Make More – with Farnoosh Torabi”
Building wealth is a lot like building a strong marriage.
Both require determination, passion and the ability to communicate effectively.
Determination Continue reading “How to Talk to Your Spouse About Money – with Elle Martinez”
We work hard. We earn money. We buy stuff.
Then, that stuff requires repair, maintenance and software updates. Before you know it, your stuff is out of style. You’re on version 3 when the rest of the world is on version 7.
We work harder. We earn more money. We buy more stuff.
Are we in control of our things or are our things in control of us?
Experience Freedom Through Minimalism Continue reading “Freedom Through Minimalism – with Claudia and Garrett Pennington”
About a month ago, my wife Nicole and I were at a wedding for one of our good friends. At our table, I struck up a conversation with a random guy named Victor Mangona. I discovered that Victor and his wife Kate are both doctors and they live in a swanky part of Dallas called Highland Park. Victor and I got to chatting about their adventures in real estate investing as their new side business.
Rental Real Estate Continue reading “Make Money on Airbnb – with Victor Mangona”
According to the American Cancer Society, more than 1 million people in the United States get cancer each year. Globally, that number rises to around 15 million people.
As sad as those statistics are, they are just that … only statistics. Until cancer affects you, your family or someone close to you, you don’t realize the seriousness of the disease. At least that was the case with me.
One of our close family members was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. She is a young mother of four, a wife, a daughter, an aunt, a cousin and a friend to so many. Because she is a light in so many people’s lives, her struggle to fight this disease has become her family’s struggle. Continue reading “How to Fight Cancer as a Family – with Gene Villeneuve”
Hello Nicole. I’m not really dead.
Sorry about that spooky title.
But if I do die unexpectedly, I want you to give you and the kids a clear path to feel safe and well taken care of …
Hence why I’m writing this letter to you today …
The Warm Blanket of Life Insurance Continue reading “Honey, I died. Here’s what to do with the life insurance money.”
Children … They provide us with a sense of pride that is unmatched.
Raising kids truly feels like the reason we’re placed on this earth. We learn from them, we grow with them and the bond that is formed is a blessing from God.
Children are also QUITE annoying, sticky and interrupt you constantly. Continue reading “The Joy and Annoyance of Kids – with Clint Edwards”
In 2010, my wife Nicole and I got married and started our lives together. Financially speaking, we both really enjoyed the DINK (double income with no kids) status in our first year of marriage. We had a blast going to music festivals, vacationing in the Caribbean and treating ourselves to countless steak dinners.
But something was looming that I hadn’t addressed … My mountain of debt that I brought into the marriage. Continue reading “4 Newlywed Debt Destruction Tips”
Investing for retirement … We all know how important it is. But where do we start?!
How much money do we need? Do we work with a broker? How do we make sure we’re investing correctly?
Continue reading “Investing Made Simple – with Scott Alan Turner”
Last month, work was insane.
I traveled out of town nearly every week. And when I was in the office, I worked some decently late hours.
It was a stressful time for both me and my family.
Thankfully, October is already looking to be a better month so I’ll just chalk it up to the insanity of meeting my year-end sales goals.
I’m happy to say that frantic September is not the norm at my job. My employer challenges me and asks a lot of me, but also gives me the freedom to enjoy other parts of my life.
Continue reading “Is Work-Life Balance a Myth?”