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Laymen's Economics podcast
62 minutes | 9 months ago
14:The Heart of an Entrepreneur with Janeen Brown
In this episode, we discuss all things business, outsourcing of personal, dating life and an honorable mention to the term Corona Jail talk and more. Check it out!
16 minutes | a year ago
13:ADJUST, ADJUST, ADJUST
In this episode, we discuss about the importance of adjusting to changes in life and in our finances. Financial Plans don't always go as planned, don't panic; make adjustments and stay the course.
12 minutes | a year ago
12: Mamba Money Mentality
This episode is dedicated to King of Mambas, Kobe Bryant. Kobe's aggressive, killer mindset on the basketball transferred to his off the court endeavors and had earned him the respect of many after his untimely death. This episode is a tribute to Kobe and an inspiration for all of us to take the Mamba mentality to the way we manage our finances.
17 minutes | a year ago
In this episode entitled "2020 Vision", I share a few words of wisdom, notes to myself as we enter into a new year of a new decade.
12 minutes | a year ago
10:Tis The Season
In this solo episode, Tis the Season, I discuss the financial realities that comes with “…the most wonderful time of the year…”. The beginning of football season to me is one of the most wonderful times of the year. The weather is nice just about everywhere, everyone is in good spirits, fans are hopeful about the potential of what their teams may do in this new year even if they were 0-For in the previous season, everyone walks around with a pep in their step. All is well with the world during football season. As great as I think the start of football season is, Christmas and New Year Holiday season is truly the most wonderful time of the year and like the song says “tis the season to be jolly…”. It really is. With this season of happiness, comes the financial pressure to provide jolliness that is beyond your means so today I want to take a few minutes to talk about 5 ways to be merry during and after this season.
16 minutes | a year ago
09:Count Your Blessings
In this episode, we count our blessings on Thanksgiving and offer 7 things that I am thankful for. We all have many reasons to be thankful and on this thanksgiving day, let us be sure to count them.
17 minutes | a year ago
In this solo episode, Thankful Prep, the plans for Thanksgiving are discussed. I talk about the different plans people make around the week of Thanksgiving and black Friday, the day after thanksgiving. Wouldn’t it be great if we could channel some of the black Friday energy and using that time to plan for Black Year 2020 where the focus is on brainstorming how to keep your family in the black in the upcoming year.
31 minutes | a year ago
07:Preparing For Your Financial Future with Lune Domond
Lune Domond is the Owner and CEO Oikonomia Creative where they inspire people to create culture well in their own lives at home, at work, and in their communities. She’s a foodie on a budget who likes to travel. In this episode, we discuss and dig deeper into this topic: “Make preparations today for where you want your finances to be tomorrow.” We discussed her money mindset and her overall preparations for tomorrow.
35 minutes | a year ago
06:Mind Over Matters With Shalonda Washington
Shalonda “Permit Queen Washington is the Owner and CEO of Reliable Permitting & Business Support Services based out of Naples, Fl for 24 years. Her real passion is to empower other women and young adults to help them get past the mindset that keeps them stuck and letting know they can accomplish whatever they put their minds to. In this episode, we revisit Mind Over Matter. “Being fiscally responsible with your personal finances begins with a mindset. Without it, you can put together a million balanced budgets, they'll get you nowhere. We discussed her money mindset and lessons she learned from her grandma.
41 minutes | a year ago
05:Heart of the Matter with Maestro Reggie Noel
Maestro Reginald “Reggie” Noel is a versatile and well-rounded Music Producer, Writer, Mixer with over 15 years in the music business with a passion and love for the arts. His band, Transition, released the album “Poze”, which means chill, relax in Haitian Creole, over the summer (2019) and is available anywhere music is sold. In this episode, we revisit the Heart of the Matter. “Being fiscally responsible with your personal finances begins with a mindset. Without it, you can put together a million balanced budgets, they'll get you nowhere. We discussed the mindset behind money and dig into it. We also discussed the Album and the inspiration behind one of the songs and the process, time and financial resources needed to produce an album.
39 minutes | a year ago
04:Health Is Wealth with Dr. Cade Copeland
Dr. Cade Copeland works with Functional Medicine and as Family Chiropractor. His heart is in helping people restore their health. In this episode, we discuss the topic "Health is Wealth" and explore the five pillars of great health: mindset, neurological system, food, exercise, and Physical. We discussed the financial implications of good health practices. Everything begins with the right mindset. Quick lifestyle changes to implement: 1) begin with a mindset that health is wealth. 2) Food - Most of us know what to do. Ask yourself, "did God make it or did man make it"? 3) 10 minutes of intense exercise a day. 4) Toxicity - Buy health items with less chemicals and give your body a chance to get healthier. Check out Dr. Cade: https://lifestrengthhealthcenter.com/ Rooted Apothecary - www.Rootedapoth.com
38 minutes | a year ago
03:The Business of Business is Business with Jessica "JB" Edmond
In this episode, we welcome our guest, Jessica "JB" Edmond, CEO and Founder of the House of JB. She wears many hats and is also a Creative Director, Social Media Marketing guru and Fashion Designer with a heart to inform, inspire and innovate her clients and those she comes in contact with. In this episode, we discuss "the business of business is business" and hear about her experience in the area of business. JB can be found on instagram @i.am.jb and on the web at www.thehouseofjb.com
25 minutes | a year ago
02:Mind Over Matter with Daniella Simpson
In this episode, we welcome our guest, Daniella "Dani" Simpson, Entrepreneur and owner of J'adore Hair Collection based in Miami. We discussed the evolution of her money mindset and how she has overcome her greatest struggle in the area of personal finance. We continue to dig deeper into the following: "Being fiscally responsible with your personal finances begins with a mindset. Without it, you can put together a million balanced budgets, they’ll get you nowhere."
8 minutes | a year ago
01:The Heart of the Matter
In this episode, we explore the heart of financial matters. Being fiscally responsible with your personal finances begins with a mindset. Without it, you can put together a million balanced budgets, they'll get you nowhere.
13 minutes | a year ago
00:LaymenOlogy - Intro Episode
In this episode, we introduce you to the world of Laymen's Economics where we discuss personal and business financial concepts in laymen's terms everyday people can understand. Tune in and find out more about what Laymen's Economics is all about.
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