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Financial Freedom Podcast
31 minutes | Jan 3, 2021
EP 34: Investing in Electric Vehicles w/ GM
In this episode, I chat with Michael Heifler the Director of Investor Relations at General Motors. We chat about the acceleration of electric vehicle adoption and why they're set up to dominate the market. With the epic rise of EV stocks and Tesla up over 600% in the past year, there are still great and affordable ways to invest in the growth of the sector.
43 minutes | Oct 18, 2020
EP 33: New Beginnings
In this episode I share the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur, how to build a lifestyle business, the history of Millennial Money, and share a very big announcement. Featured Sponsor This episode is sponsored by BlockFi. BlockFi is an all in one digital wealth management solution for cryptocurrency investors. At BlockFi you can invest in cryptocurrency as a way to diversify your investments and earn up to 8.6% APY on your crypto. Learn more and get a $25 crypto bonus for signing up at BlockFi.
57 minutes | Oct 4, 2020
EP 32: 10 Listener Questions (solo episode)
In this episode, I mix it up and answer 10 listener questions from across the financial independence journey. 1. What are some of the tradeoffs you wish you didn't accept? 2. I feel really stuck at my job. It’s not that I hate it, I just feel like I worked a really long time to become a partner at my firm and while I’m making more money it’s really unfulfilling. What should I do? 3. What are some strategies/tips to pursue financial freedom with a partner that doesn't exactly see the big picture? 4. Anyway, I was wondering if you had any advice on how to deal with going from where we are now being in the entrepreneur mindset and pretty burnt out to being retired? 5. What is the most valuable business skill that I develop? 6. Any tips for being patient on the long stretch between step 5 of having 2yrs of expenses saved then step 6 of financial independence? 7. I’m deep in debt and can’t even imagine how I could reach financial independence. I want it, but don’t see how I can get there. Any tips? 8. I lost my job during the pandemic and I’ve been struggling to find a new one. How did you stay motivated when you were unemployed? 9. Can you explain your money mindset? 10. What does it feel like to be rich? Featured Sponsor This episode is sponsored by BlockFi. BlockFi is an all in one digital wealth management solution for cryptocurrency investors. At BlockFi you can invest in cryptocurrency as a way to diversify your investments and earn up to 8.6% APY on your crypto. Learn more and get a $25 crypto bonus for signing up at BlockFi.
40 minutes | Sep 20, 2020
EP 31: 15 Best Money Lessons (Solo Episode)
Last week's episode "5 Years After FI," was the most popular episode in the podcast's history. In this week's follow up I dive into the 15 Best Money Lessons I've learned after reaching financial independence. Topics include saving, entrepreneurship, investing, mindset, side hustling, and more. Featured Sponsor This episode is sponsored by BlockFi. BlockFi is an all in one digital wealth management solution for cryptocurrency investors. At BlockFi you can invest in cryptocurrency as a way to diversify your investments and earn up to 8.6% APY on your crypto. Learn more and get a $25 crypto bonus for signing up at BlockFi.
36 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
EP 30: 5 Years After FI (Solo Episode)
In this episode, I reflect on the biggest lessons I've learned since reaching financial independence 5 years ago. From money to happiness and peace, here's how I think about my life right now.
31 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
EP 29: Predictably Irrational w/ Dan Ariely @danariely
In this episode, I chat with Dan Ariely, Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University, author of Predictably Irrational, WSJ columnist, and one of the world's best known behavioral economists. In this expansive conversation, we dive into why we're our own worst enemy's when it comes to investing and what to do about it. We also chat about how to manage money and our lives in increasingly uncertain times.
47 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
EP 28: A Life Well Lived w/ Doc G @DocGDiverseFI
In this episode, I chat with Doc G, the popular financial independence podcaster and hospice Doctor, about life, death, and money. What does it mean to live a life well-lived? We dive into the top regrets of the dying, memento mori, and how his work has changed his relationship to money and life. We also talk about Western and Eastern philosophy and where we think the FIRE movement falls short. I hope you enjoy.
49 minutes | Aug 23, 2020
EP 27: Preparing for an Uncertain Future w/ Vicki Robin
In this episode, I chat with Vicki Robin, co-author of Your Money or Your Life, and my dear friend. In this wide-ranging conversation we recorded pre-pandemic, we dive deep into how to best prepare for an increasingly uncertain economy, climate, and future. Vicki was on episode 4 of this podcast, but this new episode is particularly relevant for this moment. Featured Sponsor This episode is sponsored by Qapital, a banking app that helps your create and automate successful money habits. Qapital can help you reach your financial goals with smarter checking, savings, and investing tools. Learn more at Qapital.com and use the code GRANT for $25 towards your first savings goal.
30 minutes | Aug 16, 2020
EP 26: Next Level Investing & Entrepreneurship w/ Kevin O'Leary @kevinolearytv
In this episode, I chat with Kevin O'Leary (aka Mr. Wonderful), Host of Shark Tank, about entrepreneurship, financial literacy, his new investing app, diversification, what financial freedom means to him, and so much more. I also introduce Kevin to the FIRE Movement - check out the episode to hear his thoughts! Sponsor This episode is sponsored by Qapital, a banking app that helps your create and automate successful money habits. Qapital can help you reach your financial goals with smarter checking, savings, and investing tools. Learn more at Qapital.com and use the code GRANT for $25 towards your first savings goal.
36 minutes | Aug 9, 2020
EP 25: History of Financial Independence w/ JD Roth
In this episode, I chat with J.D. Roth, the creator of Get Rich Slowly and a man who has had a huge impact on my life. His blog was the first personal finance blog I read and it was instrumental in helping me build my financial independence strategy. In this episode we chat about the history of personal finance in the United States, what we can learn from old money books, and the future of the FIRE Movement. Sponsor This episode is sponsored by Qapital, a banking app that helps your create and automate successful money habits. Qapital can help you reach your financial goals with smarter checking, savings, and investing tools. Learn more at Qapital.com and use the code GRANT for $25 towards your first savings goal.
46 minutes | Jul 11, 2020
EP 24: Ultimate Freedom w/ Steve Adcock @SteveOnSpeed
In this episode, I chat with Steve Adcock, who retired at 35 with less than $1 million. Steve is one of the twelve people featured in my book Financial Freedom, but his life has changed dramatically since retiring early. We dig into how to create a lifestyle of happiness, the most important elements of the wealth equation, living off the grid, being honest with yourself, and more. I also share an exciting personal announcement... This episode is sponsored by Policy Genius. If you’re one of the many people looking to buy life insurance right now, but you’re not sure where to start, head to Policygenius.com This episode is also sponsored by DiversyFund. With as little as $500 you can be a co-owner in real estate assets that protect your portfolio from market volatility. To learn more check out DiversyFund.com
47 minutes | Jun 14, 2020
EP 23: Debt to Millionaire in 10 Years w/ Andy Hill @AndyHIllMKM
In this episode, I chat with Andy Hill, the host of the Marriage, Kids, and Money podcast about his 10-year journey from debt to millionaire in 10 years. We dive deep into money saving strategies, building a family, entrepreneurship, and freedom. This episode is sponsored by Policy Genius. If you’re one of the many people looking to buy life insurance right now, but you’re not sure where to start, head to Policygenius.com. All of the proceeds of this episode go to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley.
47 minutes | May 29, 2020
EP 22: Nothing To Lose w/ Vincent Pugliese
In this episode, I chat with Vincent Pugliese, author of Freelance to Freedom about the opportunities of this moment, overcoming our biggest hangups, and how to build a life you love by making money on your own terms. We dive deep into risk, fear, and the importance of surrounding yourself with people that make you feel alive. This episode is sponsored by Policy Genius. If you’re one of the many people looking to buy life insurance right now, but you’re not sure where to start, head to Policygenius.com. Policygenius will find you the best rate and handle the process completely. They’ll get you and your family protected, and hopefully give you one less thing to worry about. All of the proceeds of this episode go to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley.
46 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
EP 21: Lightness of Being w/ Leisa Peterson @leislooski
In this episode, my good friend and author of The Mindful Millionaire, Leisa Peterson, and I reflect money, this moment, rootedness, and the lightness of being. We dive deep. I always enjoy my chats with Leisa and I'm excited to share this with you.
33 minutes | Apr 24, 2020
EP 20: Surprised by Joy w/ Chris Guillebeau @chrisguillebeau
In this episode, I chat with Chris about side hustles, entrepreneurship, uncertainty, writing, his new book The Money Tree, and finding the intersection of how you make money and what makes you feel alive.
26 minutes | Apr 10, 2020
EP 19: How I Feel In This Moment (Solo Episode)
In this episode I reflect on 6 weeks in quarantine, not knowing what will happen and being open to this moment of change. I discuss the stock market, a great book I just read, share a number of life updates, and more. Financial Freedom (Updated & Now in Paperback!) Also, check out the new Millennial Money
29 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
EP 18: Peace in Uncertain Times (Solo Episode)
In this solo episode I share my thoughts on the coronavirus, life, money, the market, the FIRE movement, and how I'm trying to cultivate peace in uncertain times as I quarantine in upstate New York.
47 minutes | Nov 7, 2019
EP 17: It's Not About The Money w/ Brent Kessell @BrentKessel
In this deep conversation, I explore the spiritual side of money with the incredible writer, thinker, and wealth manager Brent Kessell, a CFP and lifelong Buddhist living in Los Angeles. When I first stumbled on his book It's Not About The Money I was touched my Brent's thoughtful approach to helping others manage money, amplify impact, and cultivate a richness in life.
35 minutes | Aug 19, 2019
EP 16: Mindful Money w/ Jay Kelley
In this episode I chat with my good friend Jay Kelley, the creator the Peak Money savings app, about his journey from overwork to living mindfully and the connection between health and wealth. I also share some of my own struggles, as well as a very special announcement: the launch of The Financial Freedom Summit.
32 minutes | Jul 28, 2019
EP 15: Next Level Travel Rewards w/ Brian Kelly @ThePointsGuy
In this episode I chat with Brian Kelly, aka The Points Guy, the OG travel rewards expert who's been dominating the space since 2009. No joke, he likely knows more about travel rewards than anyone on earth. I first started optimizing my credit card points by reading his site ThePointsGuy.com. Given the incredible opportunities once you figure out how to optimize your credit card points and travel rewards, it's never been easier to travel the world for less. In this chat we go deep into where travel rewards are today, how you can get started or take it to the next level, and the places the man who has been everywhere recommends the most. For show notes and more visit https://millennialmoney.com/the-points-guy/
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