Minority Money

Minority Money

The Minority Money Podcast is about finance, family, fitness/health, and education and how all of these things affect your overall wealth.

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May 9, 2022 15 min

Join me in this solo episode where I’ll be sharing my overwhelming gratitude for what God has done in our lives and to give you an update on what’s going on behind the scenes. I’d also like to take this time to thank all of you who have been supporting us through the four years of the podcast.

This episode is a reflection on life. If you look at things that you've gone through, obstacles you’ve faced, things you've overcome....

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With behavioral finance only formally discovered as early as 50 years ago, there’s been almost a lack of conversation around it. At the end of the day, after people invest, the question that’s asked runs more along the lines of “Is this enough?” and, “Am I going to be okay?”

In this episode, I’m joined by Brian Portnoy, the founder of Shaping Wealth, and the author of books that discuss and talk about behavioral finance. With over 1...

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Growing up, we often looked up to those that have achieved what we aspire to be– but for minorities, it can be hard to progress in a world where we don’t see people of color succeed, or we find that they have much bigger hurdles to overcome. It can be intimidating, but that is exactly why we need to face these issues and create the space for change to take place.

For this week, I'm joined by Valerie Rivera, a certified financial...

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While a lot of companies talk the talk, only a handful ever walk the walk and stand by their promises to be inclusive towards minorities. While indeed the world is changing, the fight is far from over to have financial education and opportunities available to our people.

For this episode, I’ve invited Lazetta Braxton, co-CEO of 2050 Wealth Partners, and a social entrepreneur that aims to amplify diversity, inclusion, and equality in...

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For a lot of minority business owners, building wealth is much more than just the glitters and gold of the entrepreneur title. Business profit can mean the difference between going hungry and keeping your family fed. As an advocate for financial education, I really wanted to bring someone onto the show that can showcase how a different system of cash management can improve the family business profit over time.


In this episode, I’m j...

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We’ve talked so much about financial planning on this podcast, but there’s a much bigger picture we also need to consider when we lay down our finances. And that’s life planning– where we aim our financial goals based on what we want to achieve in our lifetime and how we can support our dreams.


In this episode, I’m joined by George Kinder, founder of the Kinder Institute of Life Planning. Harvard-educated, George spent his life revo...

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Financial literacy is not something that comes easy for a lot of people– oftentimes people are ashamed and shy away from complicated terms. This is especially true for those that speak another language as their mother tongue.

In this episode, I’m joined by Diana G. Yanez, founder of All The Colors. Her company aims to teach holistic financial education through workshops, one-on-ones, and shareable educational content. While a whiz w...

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For a long time, gender and racial equality stood far from ever being recognized and addressed. It’s only in recent years that we as a society have progressed to be much more inclusive and representative of minorities in the financial planning field.


In this episode to celebrate women’s month, I’m joined by Dr. Miranda Reiter, Ph.D., an accomplished individual that has well over 20 years of experience in the field of financial plann...

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Welcome to the second episode of the Minority Money Podcast for Women’s History Month! This episode will be guest-hosted by Mari Miles-Mattingly, featuring Rosa Chalekian– previously a guest for Episode 102 alongside her husband, Alex.


In this episode, Mari and Rosa dive into their experience as women still actively fighting for basic respect in different parts of society. From the home to the workplace, it’s only recently that peop...

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Welcome to the first Minority Money episode for Women’s History Month! While the fight for equality has made bounds and milestones in our society, women; especially women of color, are still fighting for their space in many aspects of said society.



In this episode, I’m joined by Sonya Dreizler and Liv Gagnon, some of the most driven people I’ve met in my life. Striving to empower women and people of color, these two are co-founders ...

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Welcome to the conclusion of the Black History Month celebration but that doesn't mean you should stop studying or celebrating this important part of American history that is often forgotten. 

With all that being said, I wanted to talk a little bit more about Black History, but have also decided to invite a very special guest, my wife, Maricela Miles-Mattingly. As a non-black person, I believe it is also of utmost importance to ...

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February 21, 2022 16 min

Most of you may have never heard of Nathan “Nearest” Green but his story is a true American story and of utmost importance especially now in black history month.

Nathan “Nearest” Green didn’t just make great whiskey, he made history. His story is just one of the many great African American stories that remain quite untold and that is why for today’s episode I want to shed some light on this.  

I hope by the end of this episode you ar...

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We all have a story that is uniquely our own and just like with finances, not everyone goes through the same journey. Shehara Wooten is one such financial planner who is here to help you create your own financial narrative which caters to your needs. 

Shehara originally graduated with B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering and her first job out of college was with an industrial manufacturing firm. After some deep soul searching...

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This is a very special month for the entire black community out there. Now it is time for us to remember all the contributions we have made to the betterment of the country and showcase to everyone what black excellence is all about.     

Today marks the first episode of our black history month special and who better to start off this month than my good friend Tremaine Wills. Tremaine is on a mission to help black women create a hea...

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Building wealth for ourselves is a dream for all of us but building generational wealth that will help your entire family and all the future generations to come after you is even better. Here today to help you realize that you too can achieve this is Lea Landaverde.

Lea is the founder of “The Riqueza Collective” and also runs the “Mi Riqueza Podcast”, both of which are all dedicated to one thing and that is for people of color and i...

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January 24, 2022 15 min

This show has been going on for quite some time now and you’ve all gotten to know me better through each episode, especially to those who’ve been with me since day one. But for this episode I would like to reintroduce myself again once more. 

If you’re a new viewer who recently just started listening to this podcast and want to know a bit more of who I am and what I stand for then this episode is just for you. 


Highlights

>> My ...

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Representation is a very important catalyst for change and being able to see very successful people who are from the same background as you is such an impactful tool, especially for the youth.

Let’s talk more about creating that change through representation with Ana Trujillo Limón as she talks to you about her different programs that aim to help the youth, specifically minorities, as well as inspire them that they can achieve finan...

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In all our episodes I’ve been able to talk to highly esteemed professionals and they have all given us valuable insight into the world of finance, but for today’s episode I want to take a different approach.

Instead of the usual type of guests in this show, I wanted to talk to a regular person and see their experience with crypto. That is why for today I have invited James Urbiztondo and he will be talking to you about what he has b...

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January 3, 2022 11 min

The new year has finally arrived but before we get back to the usual topics that’s discussed in this show I want to take a step back a little and give you some words of encouragement that can help you make 2022 your year. 

Each time the new year arrives there's always this sudden motivation to push ourselves to do better, but here's the thing. Motivation comes and goes. What you’ll really need is commitment to actually push ...

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December 27, 2021 31 min

Best of 2021 Mashup!

This year has been filled with fun, interesting, and game-changing episodes, but as we wrap up the final chapter of 2021, I'd love to throw back to some of our best conversations on the show!

Join me in this special wrap-up episode as I showcase how we as minorities can develop and grow in the financial world!

Enjoy!

Highlights:

>> Goal Setting for 2022

>> Taking Your Investing to the Next Level throu...

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