Today, I'd like to interrupt the personal finance content with a show on podcasting. After recording over 500 episodes of Radical Personal Finance, I feel like I have some valuable lessons to share with other podcasters and with my listeners who are considering starting a podcast.
If you enjoy learning how common financial instruments can be used to achieve incredible results, you'll enjoy this show.
I really hate it when I see people bullied. And I especially hate to see debtors bullied by unethical debt collectors.
In today's show I share with you some tools, tactics, and techniques and knowledge to help you stand up for yourself in the face of an onslaught of bill collectors.
I hope these help you.
And, if you don't need this type of help, I hope these ideas help you to help someone else who does.
Today's episode is an interview I gave for the "In The Rabbit Hole" urban survival podcast.
This episode was first released October 30, 2017 here: https://www.intherabbithole.com/e232/
Today we continue our discussion of how you can achieve financial freedom in 10 years or less with an analysis of a business I thought my way through recently: that of working as a mobile RV repairman/mechanic.
I think this business (or skilled trades with similar career profiles) has a huge amount to offer the aspiring financial freedom fighter.
Listen to today's show for analysis on the specifics of this opportunity and the parallels you can draw to other careers to help you become financially independent in 10 years or less.
I've had today's show in my head for the last few weeks as I've watched Hollywood--and the world--rocked day by day with allegation after allegation of sexual abuse by major, major stars.
I've watched careers destroyed, movie premiers canceled, and marriages torn asunder.
I've thought again and again about the financial destruction being wrought by these allegations against so many men. Not only the loss of careers, the mega-million-dollar settlements, but the financial destruction of forthcoming divorces and the emotional distress leading to lost productivity.
To me, it seemed like an important topic to discuss with regard to finances.
But I held back, because I felt as though I would be picking on ideological opponents when they're down and I don't want to be one who rejoices in another's time of distress.
When the allegations came out via the Washington Post against Judge Roy Moore in Alabama, I felt I couldn't stay silent any longer.
And so, today, here are my...
I'm working on some back-office work this week and hustling to finish delivering the Radical Personal Finance Guide to Career and Income Planning before the Thanksgiving holiday, so today you get an "Out & About" interview!
This episode was released as Episode 37 of the Masters of Money Podcast on August 30, 2017. https://ptmoney.com/masters-money/
Today's show is very special. Together, we celebrate 500 episodes together! The show is centered on your voices and your feedback.
This is a very meaningful milestone for me. When I began RPF, I committed myself to recording 1,000 episodes, even if no one listened. 4 years later, I'm half finished with that commitment! And I'm so honored that thousands of you do listen. Your feedback in this episode is so encouraging to me.
Lots of people wind up living in their cars out of extreme financial stress. But today, I'm going to share with you a few of my strategies for living in your car for fun.
I've never lived in my car for a long period of time, but I have done it for up to two weeks. And, living (or more accurately staying/camping?) in your car can be:
You should seriously consider it. And I'm here today to tell you why and how to do it well.
I recently took a friend of mine (who is super broke) through a grocery store and shared with him some of my strategies to fill your tummy when you're flat broke.
This should help you save some cash...or at least help you teach someone else who's hungry how to eat cheap.