Ralph DiBugnara is a nationally recognized real estate expert who serves as President of Home Qualified – the digital resource for buyers, sellers and real estate agents driving today’s millennial market; and Vice President at Cardinal Financial, a nationally recognized mortgage loan company behind $28 billions of closed loans. A frequent industry commentator, Ralph is considered one of the leading voices across the next big trends in real estate.
Amanda Neely is a small business and financial professional. She founded and ran Overflow Coffee Bar, L3C from 2008 through 2018. Now, she shares her experiential knowledge through podcasting and through developing personalized financial strategies for individuals and couples and profitability strategies for businesses. Her goal is to work with people to take charge of their cash flow, leverage their assets, and increase their profitability in ways that would make their grandma proud.
Welcome to Part 2 of the Live Financial Therapy Sessions with Nicole Iacovoni. In this episode, we are going to dive deeper into acknowledging Impostor Syndrome, understanding fear, and having the right to take up our own space and being our own advocate. Let’s dive in!
Have you ever thought of having date nights with your money? In today’s episode we have Nicole Iacovoni share how she was able to develop a healthy relationship with money by going on financial date nights with it! Nicole has 17 years of experience in psychology as a licensed psychotherapist and has spent most of her career in private practice providing individual and couple’s therapy to clients.
Today’s episode was so fun because I had the privilege of interviewing the guys from The Money Guy show, Brain Preston and Bo Hanson on the fly! Brian Preston is the founder and host of the award-winning Money Guy Show, and has been broadcasting for over 15 years. He has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bankrate.com, Newsweek, Kiplinger’s, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and more. Brian has been recognized by Investopedia as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Advisors”, by Nerd’s Eye View as “Top 50 Advisor Blog”, and by Brightscope.com as one of the “Top 100 Most Social Financial Advisors”.
I always say that you can’t separate money from gender, money from marriage, money from family, and money from your own health. And so, for World Suicide Prevention Day, I want to take the time to talk to you about how these are all connected by sharing a little bit of my story.
Everybody wants to achieve financial freedom, right? In this episode, Diania is going to walk us through how she was able to get out $30k of debt in 11 months and used her newfound financial freedom to save 60% of her income and be on track to be financially independent by the time she’s 40 years old!
This week I’m going to play for you an interview that I had with my friend Jeremy at the REI Clarity Show because the topics that we covered here are topics that I wish to talk about in this podcast as well. So instead of re-recording, I’ll share this one with you instead and I hope you enjoy this as much.
What benefit do you get from playing it small?
Welcome to another episode of Micro Empires Podcast season 3! In today’s episode, I will be talking about the dangers of playing it small and how it actually hurts us instead of serving us.
Everybody makes mistakes, however some of us end up going to jail for it. In today’s episode I have Augie Ghilarducci, Vice President of Training and Development for 2nd Opportunity, to share with us his experience in prison and how he has learned from his mistakes and used this experience to create opportunities for people who have been incarcerated.