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Paul Lawrence Vann host The Wealthy Speaker Radio Show, an exciting and entertaining empowerment radio show. Listeners, fans and followers are inspired, motivated, discover strategies that assist them in improving their personal and professional life.Tune in, listen in and phone in with questions. Encourage your family, friends and colleagues to tune in! Listeners are encouraged to tune in, listen in and call in with questions at:(516) 453-9480 and or join Paul and his guest experts in the w ...
 
The Wealth Academy Podcast host asks listeners, "Who doesn't want to be wealthy or at least financially secure. We agree with listeners that money is essential to being able to take care of one's needs and wants however there are more important aspects of life that create and define wealth. Our mantra is 'Wealth Is More Than Just Money." The Wealth Academy Podcast delves into a multitude of elements that constitute wealth and host Paul Lawrence Vann will provide solo broadcast and invite gue ...
 
Launching a podcast can be challenging; hosting a successful show, even harder. Every episode we invite you sit in on our recorded coaching calls, as we take our guests and our clients from problem to resolution, helping them shortcut the sometimes challenging road to building influence, growing community and making money from their podcasts. If you are about to launch a podcast, considering a podcast launch or struggling to meet your goals with an existing podcast, you are in the right plac ...
 
Lisa Maria Carroll and Kim Crouch, Founders of The Millionaire Journey, interview business owners and entrepreneurs who are living their dreams. Lisa and Kim delve into their world and encourages them to share their real life, uncensored and uncut stories of triumphs and mishaps on their journey. Tune in each Sunday at 6:30pm Eastern as the guests give honest and heartfelt information to the audience on how they too can take the leap and live their dreams.
 
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With over 180 episodes of She Built This Podcast to her credit, Emily Aborn is all about community – she loves to build community and loves writing. Emily founder of the women's entrepreneurship community She Built This is all about positivity, growth and building dreams one brick at a time – She wakes up every day looking forward to her work and b…
 
Alex Sanfilippo is the host of the top-rated podcast called Podcasting Made Simple. Podcasting Made Simple releases weekly masterclass episodes focused on helping podcast guests and podcast hosts improve their craft so they can make a bigger impact on the world. Connect with Alex Sanfilippo: Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJSanfi Instagram: https://w…
 
Mike Carlon is sought after by leading authors and brands to help uncork their stories. Connect with Mike Carlon: Website: https://uncorkingastory.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSvS4fuG3L1JMZeOyHvfk_g Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uncorkingastory/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/uncorkingastory Facebook: https://www.facebook.co…
 
As the founder of The Podwize Group and host of the Go Pitch Yourself podcast, Angie Trueblood uses her entrepreneurial spirit, innovative thinking, and superconnector powers to deeply support business owners who are using podcasts as a core tenet of their business growth. Personally, Angie is passionate about normalizing the voices of women in lea…
 
One of the most compelling aspects of Yvonne is centered around this question...What do you want to be remembered for? This shifted her philosophy and she shares this with her clients to better understand what their why is and what they want to be remembered for. Yvonne shares how productivity will have to be viewed from a new set of lenses in that…
 
Dr. Ida Greene was born in Florida to two loving parents who instilled in her the importance of acquiring knowledge and getting an education. We grew up and was the first one in her family to earn a high school diploma, bachelor's degree, master's, degree, and doctorate degree. That is not all she became a registered nurse and today she is the auth…
 
What do you get out of being a guest on a podcast? On the latest episode of The Podcast Guests Show, Andrew Allemann and Doug Sandler talk about some of the things that you might overlook, deciding which podcasts to go on, and the best way to insert your pitch into a podcast. As host of two podcasts The Domain Name Wire Podcast and The Podcast Gues…
 
Tareq Hadhad was a Syrian refugee and now living his new life with his entrepreneurial family on Canada’s east coast. He is the founder and CEO of Peace by Chocolate, the recipient of the Ernst Young (EY) Atlantic Entrepreneur of The Year 2021, named one of the Top 25 Immigrants in The Maritimes, selected by Google as the National Hero Case, and wa…
 
The U.S. economy is challenging all citizens at every level. The cost-of-living crisis is the toughest since the 2008 recession which was brutal. The Financial Fitness Leads To Your Financial Freedom course is being pre-sold until June 16, get it for a 50% discount. This course is for you if you are living paycheck to paycheck, you are experiencing…
 
So how is your financial fitness at midyear? You already know that we are in a cost-of-living crisis and it is not pretty. The kitchen table issues include the price of eggs, milk, and bread continue escalating and it also includes the dramatic cost of gasoline continues to skyrocket. I would be remiss if I didn't discuss the price of housing and r…
 
As host of two podcasts The Domain Name Wire Podcast and The Podcast Guest Show Andrew Allemann understands how essential fine tuning your marketing is to build a community. Tons of success and hundreds of episodes to his credit, you’ll see that we all still have the “work in progress” sign hanging above our heads. Welcome Andrew to the podcast. Co…
 
Now more than ever it is important that we all become financially literate because our economy demands it. Our economy demands it because we have to learn how to navigate the cost-of-living crisis, the inflation cycle we are in, and kitchen table issues. Facts: Roughly 62 percent of men are financially literate, compared with 52 percent of women. S…
 
A recent news broadcast states rents jumped twenty (20%) in the U.S amid the housing shortage. Rental prices are soaring with the average two-year change coming in at 20% or higher, here is a breakdown by city: Two-Year Rental Increases by city: Miami +58% Tampa +45.8% Orlando +34.7% Jacksonville + 29.2% Memphis + 41.4% Riverside, CA +48.2% Las Veg…
 
As we all continue recovering from the pandemic, we find ourselves in a space that truly calls upon us all to work smarter to become financially independent. Why? With the cost-of-living crisis in our midst, we must all pull our finances to the level to match the inflation rate. We all knew coming out of the pandemic that the economy would be adjus…
 
After observing a news broadcast earlier today, the discussion surrounding the cost of living crisis came up. The focus of the news report was centered on childcare costs and the gender pay gap. Facts: Twenty-five percent (25%) of family budgets go toward childcare expenses. When it comes to the gender pay gap, it takes Caucasian women three more m…
 
My favorite definition of financial freedom reads as follows: "Financial freedom is the ability to live the lifestyle you desire without having to work or rely on anyone else for money." The real question is whether you can survive if your paychecks stopped coming in? Only you can answer this question, and conduct your own assessment pertaining to …
 
Not only was COVID-19 devastating in 2020, but it is also having an impact on people's finances to this day. The question people ask is, "Is the pandemic causing stress in their lives and with their finances?" No doubt about it, people are experiencing mental health issues as a result of the debt they have. The more debt, the more anxiety, stress, …
 
People do not talk about divorce they either keep it quiet or close hold as they go through this emotional ordeal. It is important to understand the divorce rate for Americans over the age of 50 has doubled since 1990, an increasing number of divorced people nearing retirement age may find themselves scrambling to solidify their finances as they ap…
 
One of the first things you should do if you receive a summons from the court is to address it. You should respond to a court summons for credit card debt by first trying to settle the issue with your creditor and then by fighting the lawsuit in court if you’re unable to come to an agreement. The worst thing you can do is ignore the summons. If you…
 
The Great Recession that took place in 2007-2009 was more devasting than any time in American history. Home foreclosures are lower than they've been in nearly a decade. While that's certainly reassuring, the U.S. is still averaging more than one million foreclosures each year. In 2021, the share of housing units with a foreclosure filing was 0.11 p…
 
Learn about Paul Lawrence Vann's digital Financial Fitness course, it is being offered at a 50% discount throughout the month of April, National Financial Literacy Month, here is the link: https://bit.ly/3dbperG Make no mistake about it, money problems and mental health issues are intrinsically linked. Research from the 2008 great recession and COV…
 
Panelists include: Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner www.TurnkeyPodcast.com Jeff Gibbard https://shareable.fm/ (Podcast host, network expert) Tom Schwab https://interviewvalet.com/ (Guest Placement expert) Todd Armstrong https://tarmstrong.agency/ (Guest Placement expert) Andrew Allemann http://podcastguests.com/ (Guest Placement expert) Reach out…
 
Learn about Paul Lawrence Vann's digital Financial Fitness course, it is being offered at a 50% discount throughout the month of April, National Financial Literacy Month, here is the link: https://bit.ly/3dbperG Like many things in life if you do not study, research, or experience things, it can be intimidating and yes, experience is the best teach…
 
The Basics of Retirement: Contact a financial advisor, speak with the human resource representative, and work with an investment firm, CPA, and or attorney that specializes in retirement and investing. The items covered below entail parts of retirement instruments, however, there are more. You can never start too young, the sooner you start plannin…
 
One can say the difference between an individual and or family with insurance and those that don't are like night and day, because of the bottom line on your financial standing. Paul shares insight on the difference between term insurance and whole life insurance and the difference it can make for your life and family. What is term life insurance? …
 
Money leaks are expenses that eat away at your bank account unless you pay close attention to them. A dollar here and a dollar or two there will add up quickly, especially if you do not pay close attention to your bank statements and credit cards. While you might not think much of the few dollars you spend every month on take-out or streaming servi…
 
It is interesting to discover, one in three Americans delayed a major purchase decision due to financial woes. A recent study reflects that over one third of Americans have postponed a major life purchase decision due to money. The fact of the matter is, it is actually an improvement over a 2015 study, which reports more than half of Americans repo…
 
The largest purchase most people ever make is a house. Today it is tougher to purchase a house because of the remnants of the pandemic, the inflationary cycle, the great resignation, and the war in Ukraine. Unfortunately, more and more people find themselves forced to put off this purchase. Student loan debt, underemployment, rising home prices, an…
 
The spring of the year is the time frame when high school students and their families work to see what college admits them for attendance. Students apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form in the United States to determine their eligibility for student financial aid. Once the FAFSA form has been processed, students receiv…
 
An assumption is made when it comes to credit cards and it is this, everyone knows about credit cards. If this were the case people would use them more judiciously and they would not have the massive credit card debt they have. All people do not have credit cards or plastic cards. Credit cards provide people with the ability to purchase large, unex…
 
For some generations investing in cryptocurrency is the unknown, in others the older generations hold to tradition when it comes to investing thus stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and its a wrap. Generation Z and Generation X invest in cryptocurrency and include it in their retirement strategy. All generational groups continue working to understand the…
 
Before we get started today for those in our Podcasting community: If you are working on Monetizing and can’t quite figure out the formula, Check out “From Guest to Gold” a FREE course that we are giving away to those in our community. Guest to Gold is an easy to follow 7-module mini course on my favorite subject: monetization. Most podcasters fail…
 
First of all, the financial wherewithal of youth is very important because it is a forecast of future financial decisions and the results from them. Thousands of high school students were surveyed about their preparedness for the kind of financial decisions and tasks that adulthood requires. As students draw closer to their transition to adulthood,…
 
Paul Lawrence Vann provides an insight into investing in the stock market. Continue working and focusing on paying off your debts because it will allow you to not only invest in stock but being able to invest even more. One of the first things you should do is research investing in stocks, and how to find a stockbroker, an investment firm, accounta…
 
Americans have a lot of debt, mostly through the use of credit cards, mortgages, student loan debt, and more. Most of us use credits and owe money for some things we do not even use anymore. Sadly, we as a country of 340 million people owe too much. The average U.S. household owes $7,281 on credit cards. When we add in a mortgage, car payments, and…
 
When it comes to pillars it is defined as firm upright support for a superstructure, for the purposes of this episode it is personal finance. Everyone has four basic components in their financial structure: assets, debts, income, and expenses. Measuring and comparing these can help you determine the state of your finances and your current net worth…
 
Banking is important because as employees and or entrepreneurs, you need a place to put your money. Once while working in support of the Governor of Maryland on a financial working group, we were tasked with assisting immigrants that live and work in the state of Maryland. Many of the immigrants had never had a bank account, so we ensured we provid…
 
The National Financial Education Council is dedicated to combating the financial illiteracy epidemic. Vince Shorb's mission is to create a world where people are informed to make qualified financial decisions and confidently take effective financial action that best helps them meet their basic human needs while moving toward fulfilling their person…
 
Before delving into how to improve your financial literacy now, assess where you stand financially. Here are a few things to consider prior to locking in ways to improve your financial literacy: 1. Do you know how to create a personal budget? 2. Do you have an emergency fund that covers at least three months of basic living expenses? 3. Do you have…
 
Every year Financial Literacy Month is celebrated in April. Financial Literacy Month is not only a celebration but is a challenge. This is your opportunity to review your finances and gradually improve them over time. Components of financial literacy: There are several components of financial literacy, which include earning spending saving investin…
 
Listen, if you have never developed a financial plan, start today. I know this is a lot for some people to grasp because if you want to do what you have never done before when it comes to creating a budget, your time is now. Understand that when you develop your budget, do not include the gross amount you earn because it is not your take-home pay o…
 
The quote, "When you are in a hole, stop digging," applies to some people when it comes to being in debt. In other words, even though goods and services have increased, some people are going about their lives and not reducing their expenses, this episode speaks to this type of mindset. There are three types of expenses listeners should be aware of,…
 
Welcome to the month of April, National Financial Literacy Month and throughout this month I will be producing podcasts to assist listeners in better understanding the importance of being financially literate. This is not all, budgeting can help you offset the inflationary cycle we are in. Here is what budgeting is all about and the assumption that…
 
April brings about new opportunities and is recognized as National Financial Literacy Month for its 19th year, and there are quite a few reasons why the designation is as important as it ever has been. First things first, the pandemic is coming to a close, and know that it wreaked havoc across the globe. The loss of life has been staggering, and th…
 
Before we get started today for those in our Podcasting community: If you are working on Monetizing and can’t quite figure out the formula, Check out “From Guest to Gold” a FREE course that we are giving away to those in our community. Guest to Gold is an easy to follow 7-module mini course on my favorite subject: monetization. Most podcasters fail…
 
The 2022 Equal Pay Day is Tuesday, March 15. According to the National Committee on Pay Equity, This date symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. Historically, Equal Pay Day was originated by the National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE) in 1996 as a public awareness event to illustrate the gap b…
 
Valarie Austin is President of Vauboix Publishing, LLC. She is Lieutenant Colonel (Retired, U.S. Army) Austin is a career and college readiness author and trainer. Her college readiness book, “The Student's Comprehensive Guide For College & Other Life Lessons,” is featured on Amazon.com and various other book outlets. Valarie is a prolific and succ…
 
What is inflation? Inflation is the increase in the price of goods and services over time. Inflation causes your buying power to erode, meaning that the same dollar today buys less in the future. The bottom line to this story is too much money chasing too few goods and services. What is causing the current challenge when it comes to inflation? The …
 
Mary Ann Robbat is a coach, energy healer and practitioner…podcaster and messenger. With over 25+ years in the energy healing and coaching business, She is the author of two best-selling books including the recent Tollerra: Master Your Energy Master Your Life. Here to talk about all things Connect with Mary Ann Robbat: Website: https://maryannrobba…
 
Kyle Stephenson has been investing in residential real estate since 1990. He owns approximately 300 units individually and an additional 800 units in various syndications. The portfolio is comprised of single-family homes, small apartment communities, and large apartment communities. The primary focus of his holdings has always been to generate cas…
 
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