How much more money do you need to make in order to feel satisfied with your life? That is the big question we’re tackling in today’s episode with Dawn Dahlby, Certified Financial Planner®, behavioural financial advisor, and author of Live WELLthy: Own Your Worth, Grow Your Wealth!
Dawn serves as the founder and president of Relevé Financial Group and has over 20 years of experience providing financial advice, which is why she brings so much experience and real-life stories to the table when discussing how we can stop getting in the way of ourselves and our future financial growth.
In this episode, Dawn also shares why she feels self-limiting beliefs are the big reason we attach emotions like fear and guilt to our money and why she hopes that her book will inspire others to take action and start building a meaningful and abundant life. I know I felt lighter after our conversation together, so I hope you also feel reenergized too as we enter the spring season!
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If you’re in need of a motivational boost or a reminder that life doesn’t start after you reach your goals, then you'll love today’s episode! I’m so excited to have Scarlett Cochran, founder of One Big Happy Life and new author, join me on the show today to talk about how she changed her money story and the details of her book It's Not About the Money.
Scarlett Cochran is an attorney, financial expert, and entrepreneur. In her career as a lawyer, she worked on behalf of everyday Americans at government agencies, including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. She now spends her time working on One Big Happy Life, a one-stop shop to turn your money and life around with her partner, Joseph.
In this episode, Scarlett shares the struggles she faced as a young single mom, what led her to become a lawyer, and now a finance expert working to help change people’s lives and finances. She also shares the inspiration behind her new book, It's Not About the Money, her opinions on the FIRE community, and why she believes that life doesn’t start after you reach certain milestones.
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I always jump at the chance to interview an expert in DIY investing for the podcast and this week I have someone who's been working in the investment industry for decades! Peter McMurtry is an author and financial writer, whose recent book Own Your Financial Future: Take Charge of Your Investments is sure to pique your interest if you're wanting to take a more self-directed approach to your investment portfolios.
Peter McMurtry has been involved in the investment industry for over 30 years and his experience includes almost every aspect of the industry. He's currently a financial writer and has a Chartered Financial Analyst designation (CFA®). He's also previously been a portfolio manager and has been involved in financial planning and sales. In his new book, Own Your Financial Future, he guides budding investors to manage their own investments without the use of an advisor.
Peter also shares how his newsletter, The McMurtry Investment Report, helps to empower his readers to make their own investment decisions, on top of what to know about fees, how to pick and research stocks, and how to have a balanced portfolio.
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Something I firmly believe is that personal finance is for everyone. I think that anyone can start their personal finance journey at any point in their life (it's never too late!) and getting to grips with your money doesn’t have to be difficult. My guest today believes the same and that’s why she recently wrote a book about it. You might recognize today’s guest from Episode 291 of the podcast but now almost two years later, Allison Baggerly is back on the show to talk all about her new book, Money Made Easy!
Allison Baggerly is an author, podcaster, money coach, and founder of Inspired Budget. As a former teacher, Allison blends her talents for teaching with her passion for personal finances to help others learn how to start budgeting and build a life they love.
In this episode, Allison shares what inspired her new book and why she’s passionate about getting rid of the shame attached to getting better with your money. She also shares her top tips for getting your partner on board with your personal finance journey and why getting to the heart of what you want out of life is the key to a budget that will work best for you.
For full episode show notes visit: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/362