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29: Removing the financial distractions from your life (Redeeming Your Time book #2)

Not being able to get into silence or solitude is detrimental to us mentally. It limits our ability to think, be creative, cultivate depth, be at peace, or listen to God or our internal voice. So how can we remove distractions, or noise, from our lives? Jordan Raynor lists 8 practices in Redeeming Your Time…

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28: Creating a system to handle open loops & setting up a weekly financially review (Redeeming Your Time book #1)

Have you ever felt overwhelmed with all the things you have to get done? Have you ever felt like you’re dropping the ball? Often, these feelings are a result of open loops or unrecorded commitments. In today's episode, we discuss how to create a system that helps you handle open loops and then use the…

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BONUS: 2022 Goals and Setting Good Goals with AdultingIsEasy, MainStMoney, & RoadToWealthPod (A Twitter Spaces)

This special episode was recorded on Twitter Spaces on 1/6/2022. Follow everyone on Twitter: @KurtisHanni @AdultingisEasy (Lauren) @MainStMoney (Alex) @roadtowealthpod (Justin) Join us on Twitter Thursday, January 20th at 8:30 pm EST.

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27: 10 Financial Goal Ideas in 2022

Don’t let 2022 be just every other year, where the goal never makes it out of January! In 2020, only 38 percent of adults in the U.S. had specific financial goals, according to research from the Lincoln Financial Group. Goals are extremely important. They help you break down intimidating things that you can’t accomplish immediately…

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26: 2021 Year in Review: Lessons I’ve learned and how they apply to your finances

Another one in the books! 2021 was a whirlwind year for me and my family, as I'm sure it was for you too. My wife got pregnant and we had our first child in November. I started this podcast, which brought social media back into my life. I had some big work projects that we…

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25: SHORTS: How much should my emergency fund be?

What is an emergency fund? An emergency fund is a stash of money set aside to cover the financial surprises life throws your way. These unexpected events can be stressful and costly. Here are some of the top emergencies people face: Job loss Medical or dental emergency Unexpected home repairs Car troubles Unplanned travel expenses By setting…

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24: SHORTS: Budgeting Basics Part 2 – Setting Up The Budget

Now that you understand where your money is going, we want to take the next step and manage that money. We manage our money by budgeting for the next month on the calendar. If you're listening when this goes live, that is January. Looking at your past spending, you then need to make decisions, based…

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BONUS: Understanding Inflation with AdultingIsEasy, MainStMoney, RoadToWealthPod, & IAmCoachClint (A Twitter Spaces)

This special episode was recorded on Twitter Spaces on 12/2/2021. Follow everyone on Twitter: @KurtisHanni @AdultingisEasy (Lauren) @MainStMoney (Alex) @roadtowealthpod (Justin) @IAmCoachClint (Clint) w/ guest @AccentInvesting (Kenny) Join us on Twitter Saturday, December 11th at 9:30am EST and Thursday, December 16th at 8:30pm EST.

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SHORTS: 13 Ways to Spend Less During the Christmas Season

The average American spends $998 on gifts during this holiday season, which makes it one of the most expensive times of the year. Too much of this spending is done mindlessly, so here are 13 ways to spend less money this Christmas season.

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BONUS: Understanding Asset Allocations with AdultingIsEasy, MainStMoney, AccentInvesting, & IAmCoachClint (A Twitter Spaces)

This special episode was recorded on Twitter Spaces on 11/18/2021. Follow everyone on Twitter: @KurtisHanni @AdultingisEasy (Lauren) @MainStMoney (Alex) @IAmCoachClint (Clint) w/ guest @AccentInvesting (Kenny) Join us on Twitter Saturday, December 11th at 9:30am EST and Thursday, December 16th at 8:30pm EST.

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