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THE UNCENT$ORED SHOW
32 minutes | a day ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.100: Budgeting, Eliminating Debt, and Legacy Planning with Anthony O’Neill
This is a special episode for the podcasr because together we celebrate the 100th episode of the UNCENT$ORED Show! We spoke with 3x author, Anthony O’Neill to hear all about th importance of budgeting, eliminating debt and building a legacy for your family. When asked about leveraging debt, Anthony goes against many other financial experts and support his claim that there is no such thing as good debt…nope, not even in student loans or free travel rewards! He also keeps it real in sharing his dating experience while budgeting and even gives the show’s listeners a chuckle-worthy sneak peek into his will after leaving this earth. You don’t want to miss out on this one! Leave your thoughts on this episode here for a chance to be featured on the show next week! Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify. Pocket Advisor is finally here! Click here to learn more about all the wonderful opportunities within the app!
72 minutes | 8 days ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.99: Everything You Need to Know About Pocket Advisor, the Very First Financial Social Network
Reach all of your financial milestones through REAL certified financial planners through community, advisory, and state of the art AI thanks to Pocket Advisor, the first ever financial social network. Here’s what you’ll have access to with Pocket Advisor: Milestones: Badges and icons that are rewarded to members for achieving predetermined financial milestones. Because you deserve to remember your accomplishments. Challenges: Challenges that are guided by professional mentors on things like investing, money & mindfulness. Personalized financial content: Artificial intelligence learns your financial needs & interests to show you the content you need. Safe space and community: Vulnerability is encouraged Security and regulations. Courses: included and premium courses for any financial need. Real Professionals, Real Time: Access to plenty of certified financial professionals in real time. Ask Penny: Unlike Siri, which is an algorithm, Ask Penny is the ability to ask a real live expert any question, whenever you want. Deals & Discounts: Website glitches Sales and Promotions Discount Codes You won’t want to sleep on this app! Leave your thoughts on this episode here for a chance to be featured on the show next week! Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify.
50 minutes | 15 days ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.98: How to Become Your Own Bank with Jake Tayler Jacobs.
As a man who was raised by a father who believed in lending to those in his community, Jake made it his mission to practice personal finance in a way that is in alignment with biblical teachings. Jake says that the bible preaches to lend to many but borrow from none, so he’s dedicated his life to being the lender instead of the borrower when it comes to banking. After years and years of meticulous research, Jake shares 4 gems exposing what it takes to embark on privatized banking: 1: They have a board of directors based of individuals pool together their money and place it in a reserve. Examples include: mutual funds, savings accounts, etc 2: They don’t use their own money, they use OPM. This stands for Other People’s Money. 3. They set up corporate structure This is intended to understand how the procedure of lending and acquiring funds will go. 4: Sell products to get client’s money The best way to get other people’s money is to sell products or services with high integrity. By selling financial products, like mutual funds or investment accounts, banks acquire OPM, and then they’re only using that money to capitalize. — To learn more about Privatized Banking, follow Jake on Instagram. Leave your thoughts on this episode here for a chance to be featured on the show next week! Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify.
43 minutes | 23 days ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.97: Ways to Prepare for a Year of Financial Success
In the first episode of 2021, I sat down with our newest co-host and fellow financial advisor, Jacqueline Schadeck to bring our listeners a step-by-step guide on ways that you can set yourself up for financial success this year. CONDUCT A FINANCIAL AUDIT You can’t know where you want to go without looking at where you are. Go in and look at your numbers right now How much cash do you have allocated? How are your investments doing? How are your stakes? 2: FIGURE OUT WHERE YOU WANT TO GO IN 2021 What specific financial goals do you have? What’s the easiest way to achieve them? Reverse engineer your goals: start at the end and then work backwards from there. Breaking down your goals as finite as possible to remember how attainable it is. Tie it down to something that’s more meaningful to it. Attach your goal to something qualitative. For example, everyone wants financial independence, but what exactly does that mean for you? Give a title to the accounts that you have so that your qualitative goals are more real for you Job loss, no income. Expenses we expect to happen ex: vehicle taxes, a major surgery, Everyday spending money Vacations Treat it like a bill. It’s mandatory. Emergency Fund: Emergency Reserves: Variable spending account: Major Expenses: Investments: Save for your taxes Run back through 2020 finances and see what you didn’t have withheld so that you know what you’ll owe the IRS. If you’re due a refund this year, have a game plan for what you’re going to do with it. Plan Out Your Savings: Get a little more granular At what point do you want work to be optional? Consider no longer using the word retirement and instead think of it as “financial independence”. What are your retirement accounts? What makes sense for you to invest? Leave your thoughts on this episode here for a chance to be featured on the show next week! Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify.
55 minutes | a month ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.96: Everything You Need to Know About Bitcoin w/ Justin Rhederick
Sometimes it seems like everytime you turn there’s a new way to make money. And, while that seems to be a good thing, thorough research continues to be the most important element when deciding on how to make your money work for you. In episode 96, I sat down with someone who I can personally say has been on the Bitcoin wave for quite some time. Through his experience he’s learned the ins and outs of the technology and the ways to capitalize on it. Here’s why you should listen: There are tons of questions regarding the cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, so I asked Justin to list out a few misconceptions and debunk any myths behind it. Here’s what he said: #1 – Is it safe? Yes! It’s easy to access too through technology like CashApp. #2 – Is it used for the dark web/criminal activity? Well, if you think about it, every currency is. Bitcoin is no different than the $USD when it comes to criminal abuse. #3 – Can I lose my money with Bitcoin? According to Justin, there are only 2 ways to possibly lose your money using Bitcoin and neither of them are a result of decreased market value. Having a lack of security. Giving up or selling before seeing the return. Luckily, Justin teaches his clients everything they need to know about bitcoin security & investments, so make sure to tune in on the many gems he drops! Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify. https://georgeacheampong.com/uncentsored-podcast
46 minutes | a month ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.95: Money Planning & Positivity w/ Financial Planner, Jacqueline Schadeck.
Do you ever wonder what it’s like to sit in on the conversation between two financial advisors? In this episode of The UNCENT$ORED Show, I chopped it up with a good friend, and fellow financial advisor, Jacqueline Schadeck, to hear her take on the best investments to make, the importance of holistic money planning, and wealth-building tips for today’s generation. Jacqueline is a Certified Financial Planner who focuses on advising clients on holistic financial habits and strategies after having experienced the tragedy of bad financial advice through her family’s loss of $1.4 million, Since then, Jacqueline has been serving her community by offering tips on money planning, and even has a book that will be available next week! Why you should listen to this episode: This episode is special in more ways than I can count. It’s your chance to hear advice from not one, but TWO financial planners, whether you’re an entrepreneur or a W2 employee. When asked about how w2 employees can maximize their 401k’s, Jacqueline suggested the following three: Maximize your 401k. The current maximum amount for 401k is about $20,000. Use your employee match. Many employers offer the benefit of matching an employee’s contribution, which is practically free money. If that’s not enough, it’ll also limit your tax liability, Work up to a goal. Even if you can’t commit to $20k per year, Jacqueline suggests starting off where you can, and increasing your contribution until you max out your $20k allotment. As usual, the gems were dropped. To catch up with Jacqueline, head to her website where she helps people reshape their relationships with money. Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify.
37 minutes | 2 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP. 94: How to Leverage Digital Systems to Put Your Sales on Autopilot.
We’ve officially entered the final month of a rather tumultuous year. And, whether 2020 has been a year filled with growth or one filled with reflection, we can all probably agree that it’s pushed us all to our limits. But, there was one key element that almost guaranteed some type of growth within the individuals who’ve employed it: they’ve maintained a growth mindset. In episode 94 of The UNCENT$ORED Show, I sat down with 7x author, Kyle King, to hear his gems on what it takes to get your idea from concept to your ideal consumer by leveraging digital sales. Kyle mentions on the podcast that, “they always say your network is your net worth; but leveraging your current relationships is a way of securing assets”. He then goes into a model that he’s created and shared with his clients called the TAP model. TAP stands for three things: Tiers, Assets, and Processes. T – Tiers: Before you start anything, try asking yourself these questions first: Who is my ideal customer/reader? If I wanted to get my product/services in the hands of that ideal person, where would they be? Have I created a system to connect, and then eventually convert, them? Now that you’ve got that figured out, divide potential clients/customers into three tiers: Tier 1: Closest to your ideal market Tier 2: Pretty close, but not exactly. Tier 3: Could be your target market, but chances are 50/50. A- Assets: Now it’s time to think about the assets, or relationships, you’ve been able to cultivate. These could be personal relationships, professional ones, or even clients! The key is to think: Who am I connected to that can, directly or indirectly, get me in touch with who I’m trying to reach? This is where your network truly becomes your net worth. P- Process: This last one is arguably the most important. So you’ve identified your target consumer, reached out to your network… now what? This is where your process, or system, comes into play. Your process is the system that you follow each and every time so that you can measure and track your results. Well guys, there you have it! Leave your comments below if you’ve implemented Kyle’s TAP model in your business and let us know how it went! If you’re interested in what it takes to become a book author, or just want to learn more about Kyle, make sure to head click the links below! https://publishmein30.com/sign-me-up https://authorsellingsystem.com/access-now https://publishwithkyle.com/schedule — Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify. https://georgeacheampong.com/uncentsored-podcast
42 minutes | 2 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.93: How to Attract High-Paying Customers w/ Marquel Russell
It’s no secret that entrepreneurship is a journey in itself. There are hi’s and there are low’s—but, there comes a part in every entrepreneur’s life, where they simply desire more revenue. There’s a common misconception that if you want to make more money, you’ve got to offer more products or services—but that’s not necessarily true. In Episode 93, I sat down with Marquel Russell, AKA the King of Client Attraction, to hear all about what it takes to attract high-paying clients. On the show, Marquel shared one of his go-to strategies for attracting clients. The Rule of One. In his words, “In order to multiply, you’ve got to simplify”; so, the rule of one goes a little like this: Identify your ONE ideal client: This is your “easy win” client. In essence, this is a client that you would love to work with. That’s not all though, this easy win client is someone that you know you could deliver tangible results in a designated period of time. Identify the ONE problem that you could solve for that client. Sure, you could probably solve several problems for your clients, but, this is the time to identify the single problem that you’re best qualified to solve. Identify your ONE godfather offer. Godfather offer? Yep, that’s right. A godfather offer is just a special term for an offer they just cannot refuse. This is an offer that is priced at a premium, is leveraged in your favor, and can be delivered at scale. That way, you can confidently look your client in the eye and say “THIS is the thing that you need to get result”. Create ONE marketing funnel for lead conversion. Do you have one main marketing funnel that you use to attract your ideal client? If not, it’s time to create one! Choose ONE traffic source: It can be Facebook ads, YouTube ads, Google ads —whatever! But choose one traffic source, preferably a paid one, so that you’re able to generate unlimited leads. Optimize ONE conversion method: This could be a live event, an enrollment call, a free webinar–whatever works best for you and your ideal client. Just stick to one. Send out ONE email per day: Yes, every single day. The key here is consistent communication so that you’re always top of mind in the heads of your ideal clients. Give yourself ONE year: No, not to add more methods, events, or funnels —but to remove them. Give yourself one year to edit, refine, and remove what’s not working so that you’re simplifying your strategy even further. This all leads to ONE million. And just like that, you’ve got a winner’s strategy for attracting high-paying clients! They don’t call him the King of Client Attraction for anything. We’re not done yet though! As a thank you for listening to the episode, Marquel is opening his Paid Ad Playbook to the podcast’s listeners completely free of charge! To learn more about Marquel, visit his website and follow him on Instagram. Until next week! -George Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify. https://georgeacheampong.com/uncentsored-podcast Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify.
73 minutes | 2 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.92: How To Acquire Businesses and Build a Life of Freedom & Alignment.
In this episode of the UNCENT$ORED Show, I sat down with the founder of the travel blog, Travel Noire, to discuss what it takes to build, sell, and acquire businesses for wealth building and true freedom. When asking Zim what it’s like to sell your business as an entrepreneur, she let us know that it’s definitely a tough journey to endure. “I had to ask myself, how can I decouple who I am in my own identity from this business that is separate?” Since having sold Travel Noire, Zim and her husband have set their sights on acquiring businesses. She shared valuable tips for anyone who’s interested in acquiring businesses: 1. Do Your Research It may seem daunting, but make sure that you do as much research as possible on the industry, the businesses’ profit & loss, the market it’s serving, and even the seller and their desires before making an offer. 2. Educate Yourself on what it takes to Run a Business You don’t need an MBA to buy a business, but you do need knowledge and experience so that your investment is worthwhile. 3. Know what your motives are: Are you wanting to buy a business for private equity or for passive income? This depends on the types of changes you foresee making in the company. 4. Start your search: Look for businesses that align with your interests but that also have some type of operational deficiencies. 5. Know your options: You don’t have to be a extremely wealthy to acquire a business. Just like there are financing options for automobiles and homes —there are financing options for businesses too. To learn more Zim, visit her website here. Instagram: @zimism Leave your thoughts on this episode here for a chance to be featured on the show next week! Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify.
43 minutes | 3 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.90: 6 Signs That Say You Should Leave Money on the Table
In this episode of the UNCENT$ORED Show, I sat down with Carter Cofield, a financial advisor for creative businesses, to hear all about what it takes to be successful as a creative entrepreneur. We’re breaking down everything you need to know from how to offload non-beneficial clients, how to collaborate with others in your industry, and why raising your prices is important. Tired of not charging your worth? Here are three reasons why raising your prices can actually benefit your business: #1 – If you’re increasing your prices, that probably means you’ve increased your value. Offering your clients premium content, products and services means that you’re fulfilling your business purpose as opposed to just aiming to make money. #2 – Have you ever noticed that when you’re paying a lot of money, you’re more engaged? That’s true for your client/customers too! When your audience is paying premium prices, they will be more clear and hands-on when it comes to working with you. When you’re able to deliver exactly what your client wants, you’ve got better chances of them coming back for more. #3 – Let’s face it: when you’re not being compensated what you think you’re worth, you’re less likely to give it your all. Eliminate the feeling of “I’m not getting paid enough for this” by charging what the amount it takes to deliver the best you’ve got. For more great tips on maximizing your business, follow @cofield_advisor on Instagram and make sure to get your hands on Carter’s newest course: Deduct Everything: Your Blueprint to Tax-Free Living. Leave your thoughts on this episode here for a chance to be featured on the show next week! Don’t forget to Rate, Subscribe, & Review the Podcast on Apple & Spotify.
32 minutes | 3 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.89: So You’re in a Relationship and Want to Talk About Money. Here’s How.
32 minutes | 3 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.88: How Changing Your Habits Today Can Secure Your Life for Tomorrow
31 minutes | 3 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.87: How You Can Use Corporate Strategies to Accumulate Personal Wealth w/ Malcolm Hodge
52 minutes | 3 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP.86: The Importance of Being a Lifelong Student w/ Michael Bonner
34 minutes | 4 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP. 85: The 3 Most Important Questions to Ask Yourself as an Entrepreneur
43 minutes | 4 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP. 84: A Guide on Creative Entrepreneurship w/ Carter Cofield.
66 minutes | 4 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP. 83: How a business coach can take entrepreneurs to the next level, w/ Donni Wiggins
It seems like, despite the unfortunate events of the past year, many entrepreneurs have been able to take advantage of the hidden opportunities that have been tucked away in 2020. In this episode of the UNCENT$ORED Show, I spoke with Donnie Wiggins, a business coach to hear her invaluable insights on what it takes for […]
55 minutes | 5 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP. 82: Explaining the Wealth Triangle
Building wealth is a process, so what steps do you need to take to ensure you’re on your way? In this episode of the UNCENT$ORED show, I break down the wealth triangle and why its the key to building wealth in the most effective way possible. Here are the steps: Step 1: You making money […]
55 minutes | 5 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP. 81: Operating in Your Zone of Impact w/ Maya Elious
31 minutes | 5 months ago
The UNCENT$ORED Show EP. 80: Your Life Operating System
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