Two different perspectives on how to stay motivated and build wealth.
Giving back is a powerful force for making yourself and the world a better place.
Student Loan debt has hit $1.5 Trillion in the US alone. It's an epidemic. Hear two perspectives on the crisis.
Regret is one of the most powerful human emotions. Learn how to reduce regret with money.
We share two different perspectives on real estate investing, including when it does or doesn't make sense.
Most people don't get "Strategy". Learn how to build a strategy for your life and money.
Should you use a robo-advisor? How we think about robo-advisors and letting algorithms manage your money. We use Betterment and Grant's experience as one example.
Learn the investing strategy of Warren Buffett, the most successful investor ever. Value investing is a proven investment strategy worth exploring.
Saving money > not saving money. We share our favorite online savings tools, including Amazon subscribe & save, Wikibuy, and others!
One of the most important investment decisions you need to make. How to really think about asset allocation.
Should you start a side hustle? Probably, but here's what you need to know. Hustle, but smart.
We share the highlights from one of the best personal finance and financial independence books of all time.
We chat living experiments and finance spreadsheets with Chris from KeepThrify.com.
Learn how to escape guilt - the main reason most people abandon their financial plans.
We interview Kevin aka the Financial Panther, a side-hustling lawyer who paid off $87,000 in student loans, and has the best company retirement benefits ever.
We discuss the revolutionary 80/20 principle - which helps you identify the 20% that generates 80% of the results across all areas of your life. Maximize your time, effort, and ROI.
The Dow just hit 20,000 and stock price/earning ratios are at all time highs. We share two different perspectives on whether now is a good time to invest in stocks or if stocks are just too expensive.
Invested money is worth significantly more in 5, 10, 20+ years than the same money today. But we naturally aren't wired to think about future value, so we have to work harder to build the habit. Learn how you can leverage the time value of money.
Two very different approaches to actually meet your personal money goals.
Why determining your personal risk tollerance is essential to investing.