13 Common Money Mistakes You Can Avoid

Cracked piggy bank

Forbes Magazine published a list of common money mistakes many of us make. Which ones are you making?

Combating Complacency with Grant Peelle

Grant Peelle: Documentary Filmmaker

Ever feel that you’re just kind of stuck, complacent? Grant Peelle made a documentary about people who felt that way and did something about it.

Figure Skating and 2016 Goals

Figure Skating and 2016 Goals

It’s the time of year to reflect on the past twelve months and set goals for the new year. What does figure skating have to do with it? Tune in to find out.

How Not to Over Think Your Finances


No one should spend too much time thinking about or managing their finances. Learn some tricks to make it easier.

Level Up Your Life With Steve Kamb

Level Up Your Life with Steve Kamb

Want to level up your life? Steve Kamb from Nerd Fitness joins us to discuss turning your life into a game.

The Expert Paradox: The Move from Being a Learner to Being a Knower

"Learning never exhausts the mind." —Leonardo da Vinci

When you become an expert at something, it stops the learning process and stunts your growth. But knowledge is infinite and we should always be learning.

Why We Think Failure is a Good Thing

Stickman slipping on a banana peel

We all fail and we’re all afraid to fail. Today we’ll discuss why failure is not always the end of the road and may even be the beginning of a new path.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck with Mark Manson

Woman giving middle fingers

How many fucks do you give? Too many? If it’s more than one, today we will learn the subtle art of not giving a fuck with Mark Manson. 

Are You Financially Ready For The New Year?

"He who fails to plan is planning to fail." —Winston Churchill

Yep, it’s time of the year again for New Years Resolutions to kick-in and for many of us, that means getting your finances in order. Ready for the new year?

The Ultimate Guide to American Personal Finance for New Immigrants

new immigrants

Matters of personal finance vary widely by country and for newcomers, they can be confusing. We want to help them navigate their new home so we wrote the ultimate guide to American personal finance for new immigrants. 

No More Zero Days

"Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment." —Jim Rohn

A no zero day is a small way to help you find discipline even when you don’t have any. It’s a simple concept that can go a long way to improving your life.

Habits and Thomas’ Ridiculous Morning Routine

"Lose an hour in the morning and you will spend all day looking for it." —Richard Whatley

Your morning routine can make or break your day. It can set you up for a good mood and good productivity or send you screaming back under the covers.

The Wealth Wheel: Four Essential Pillars of Personal Finance

Wealth wheel: income, debt, budget, invest

Introducing the LMM’s Wealth Wheel. We also debate the age old question, what matters more, size or the motion of the ocean?

Common Traits of People Who Have Achieved Financial Success

Man in a suit and tie

Get Rich Slowly recently posted an article titled, “The Ten Habits of Financially Successful People.” See how many you share.

Finances By The Decade: Move From Your Twenties to Retirement Seamlessly

"We all enjoy pushing oursevles to accomplish our objectives. But we don't need stress to get there." —Andrew J Bernstein

We tend to set certain bench marks by age. Personal finance is no different. What should you be doing for your personal finances by the decade?

You Might Be Suffering From FOMO and Not Even Know It

"You can do anything, but not everything." —David Allen

You might be suffering FOMO and not even know it, or even what it is! FOMO is fear of missing out. But you might be gaining by missing out.

The Miracle Morning: Start Improving Your Life Tomorrow Morning

Hal Elrod: Author of The Miracle Morning

Hal Elrod is a key note speaker and best selling author. He joins us to discuss his latest book, The Miracle Morning. This book may change your life!

Share The Gift Of Financial Literacy

"Every gift from a friend is a wish for your happiness." —Richard Bach

This holiday season, don’t buy your loved ones more stuff they’ll toss in a closet. Give a gift that lasts a lifetime; share the gift of financial literacy.

What the Ideal Fiscally Responsible Person Looks Like

Man and woman counting out money

What does the ideal financially responsible person look like? Is it you? We’ll discuss achieving financial perfection. See how you stack up.

21 Remarkable Personal Website Examples to Free Your Imagination


I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say building your personal website is tough. It’s your digital business card. Everyone on the internet is […]

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