Updated for 2019 is my list of best personal finance related YouTube channels. I originally wrote this post a few years ago, but I’m republishing it today with an updated list of YouTube channels I’ve been watching that you might want to watch too. There’s a lot of great content out there that can help […]
I listen to podcasts pretty much anytime I’m walking around or doing anything that doesn’t involve a ton of mental energy. With the way technology works today, pretty much anybody can become an expert on any topic. All you have to do is spend a bit of time each day soaking up a bunch of information from smarter people. Just think about all of the time you spend each day commuting, walking your dog, or doing chores around the house. That’s all time that can be spent learning.
I’ve written in the past about some of my favorite personal finance podcasts. Today, I thought I’d share 9 of the best personal finance podcasts that I’ve discovered over the past few months. These podcasts aren’t all “new” per se, but they are new to me. I like to think that they’re also lesser known podcasts that you won’t find on every single “best of” list.
The great thing about technology is the ability to have an entire world full of knowledge and information at your fingertips. And in my opinion, one of the best ways to get information is through the medium of podcasts. There’s almost no other way to turn what might be considered idle or wasted time, into something really productive. Being able to gather information while commuting to work or walking around town is a major game changer. After all, we only have so many hours in the day, so podcasts are a great way to get some of those hours back.
Hope everyone had a great weekend! Just wanted to let you know that I was recently interviewed for a podcast episode of The His & Her Money Show with Talaat and Tai McNeely You can find their blog, vlog, and podcast over at www.hisandhermoney.com or you can download their episodes on your favorite podcast app. I’m honored to have been featured on the show! They’ve featured some really big time names in the personal finance community, so its a bit surreal for a nobody like me to able to share my story on the same stage.
On the episode, I talk about my journey getting out of $87,000 in student loan debt and also share information about the various side hustles I perform using…