Fiscal Fitness - Money Strategies for the Fitness Obsessed

Fiscal Fitness - Money Strategies for the Fitness Obsessed

The Fiscal Fitness podcast is about money, saving, budgeting and debt from experienced financial coaches.

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August 19, 2016 39 min

Thank you for listening.  First off, we apologize for the audio quality.  It will be corrected on episode 3.  

In our relationship, I (Michael) am the spender and Kelsa is the saver.  I was never good with money, keeping my checkbook balanced or really saving.  Kelsa has a finance degree, MBA and has 13 years of financial experience including Financial Advisor, corporate accountant and her current business: financial coach.  It'...

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Thank you for listening.  First off, we apologize for the audio quality.  It will be corrected on episode 3.  

Debt is a problem a lot of people deal with.  It is also a very relative thing.  Some people are ok with thousands of dollars in debt and some people can't stand to have $50 on a store credit card.  When it comes down to it, if you are trying to get out of debt you are doing it right.  There are many different strat...
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    September 6, 2016 42 min

    Splurging.  We all do it.  But when is it ok to splurge and when is it not?  What constitutes a splurge?  How can you splurge without sabotaging your budget, finances and goals?  Should you feel guilty after a splurge?  We will dive into those questions and more in this week's "The Saver and The Spender".

      First of all a splurge shouldn't make you feel icky after you do it.  A splurge is something that is infrequen...
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    People need to know that it is ok to not be the financial savvy person of their relationship.  Most relationships have one person that does the bulk of the budgeting and planning and one person that doesn't.  

    There are two things that can't happen.  First, the person that does not handle the finances cannot be a completely silent partner.  They need to provide input on what they feel is important and needs to be put in ...
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    We have all had a vacation when you come back and you wish you had another vacation because you are so exhausted.  Or the kind where you are immediately stressed once you get back because now you have to figure out how you are going to pay for the supposed relaxing vacation you just took.  

      Vacations should be relaxing and enjoyable.  The best way to do that financially is to budget all year long for your vacations and travel and...
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    October 23, 2016 12 min

    We are finally back after a few crazy busy weeks.  This is a quick and dirty episode about the thing that you may be unknowingly saying to yourself about money.  Sometimes these are good things but more often than not you are sabotaging yourself by justifying or making yourself believe something that is setting your budget back.  Learn the major ones that we hear clients say and how to get yourself out of that mindset.

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    October 23, 2016 43 min

    Do you find that it is difficult to find time to budget?  For most people budgeting isn't fun but necessary and if something isn't fun then why do it?  We want you to get out of that mindset.  Finding time to budget is just like finding time to work out.  You have to realize what your priorities, goals and values are and make time for them.  Budgeting doesn't have to be an everyday thing for the rest of your life.  If y...

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    It's January of 2017 and there are a lot of things on our minds.  New years resolutions abound and for a lot of people taking control of their personal finances are top priority.  One thing you can do is start to plan the next year's worth of gifts and holidays by creating a gift budget.  We just went through Christmas, Hannukah and Thanksgiving so the costs are pretty fresh in your head.  Because of this you can get a list...

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    How many of you are planning your wedding right now?  What kind of budget are you using and how are you doing at sticking to it?  For those of you who have already gotten married how do you feel about your wedding budget?  Did you stick to it?  Was it easy to use and accessible?  Did you go over budget, under budget or come within your budget?

    We know that planning your wedding is super stressful so we want to at least make the bud...

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    Jen Casey and Angie Lee are the geniuses behind The Wellpreneur Business Academy, which is an exclusive 3 month program that teaches health coaches systems and strategies that will launch their brand and master live video, social media and branding.

    Today we are chatting with them about how they coach wellness professionals to succeed.  Not only is this great information if you are a personal training or fitness and wellness profes...

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    March 21, 2017 50 min

    In this episode we talk about budgeting when you are in the process of buying a house, saving for your kids' college, how not to pay off debt, and a concerning issue looming over the country (Dah Dah Daaahhhhh) and much more.

    You can find the link to the Money Personality quiz we talked about for the next episode here:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/wihm1u33cvgx8p6/BrentKesselQuizArchetypes.pdf?dl=0

    You can buy Brent Kessel'...

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    Communication -the human connection- is the key to personal and career success. - Paul J. Meyer

    In today's episode we talk with The Dynamic Communicator, Jill Schiefelbein.  She is a communication expert and leads businesses and individuals towards better communication skills by involving 3 audiences: internal, consumers and general public.  She is the author of "Dynamic Communication" an Amazon best seller in two categ...

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    Most people can agree that they can be more productive and organized in their life.  Demir at LifeHackBootcamp.com has found simple ways to hack your brain so that you are more productive, get more done in less time so you save money, get healthy and regain your life back so you have time to do what is important to you!  His LifeHack Bootcamp is an 8 week program that teaches you how to achieve more with less time and effort, get a...

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    Julie DeVito is a personal coach that specializes in working with professional women, leaders, mothers and others who set big goals for themselves and want to keep reaching new levels of success.  Her areas of expertise are performance psychology, leadership development, productivity improvement and stress management.  She is a certified professional coach, holds a Master's Degree from Pepperdine in clinical psychology and is c...

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    Young adults have a lot going for them but also a lot going against them.  They have technology, science and research at their finger tips but one thing we continuously see is that they aren't educated in real practical personal finance topics.  They don't teach personal finance and budgeting classes in school's any more.  Only 17 states require a personal finance class (and economics or civics that cover personal finan...

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    In today's episode we talk with Ally Baker who is going to be a senior in college.  She rates her financial stress level as 9/10!!  We discuss what she has learned about financial aid and student loans, getting a job while in college, how she is going to transition into being an adult with a job after graduating college (and how scary that is to her).  This is an amazing episode for parents and they young adult children to list...

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    Today in part 3 of our 4 part series on young adults and personal finance we talk with Alex McCall who just graduated from high school and will be a freshman at Arizona State University starting next month.  This kid is doing everything right!  He has recieved a few scholarships but didn't want to take out any student loans so he created a plan and figured out how much he needed to work this summer and next summer so he can pay...

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    In episode 16 we talked with Ally, a college senior who's financial stress level was a 9/10.  She was very reactionary with her money and only planned out her budget a week in advance.  She is going to graduate next year and was very worried about not having a budget or know what expenses she should expect when she is out on her own for the first time.  

    In this episode we talk to Ally after having her first financial coaching ...

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    Over the last 4 episodes we interviewed young adults to get their perspective on their personal finances. In this episode we have a great chat with two members of the greatest generation, who both live in Adara Senior Lifestyle Retirement and Assisted Living Facility in Scottsdale, AZ.  They were both born when F. D. Roosevelt was president and lived very interesting lives.  Their insight into debt, credit cards, saving and how the...

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    The Credit Score Spectacular is here!  We dive into the Equifax breach, how to see if your information was taken and what to do if you were affected. We also go over the mysterious credit score, what it means, how to improve your score, what actions lower your score, mistakes people make with their credit score and much more!

    You can see if your credit information was affected here: https://trustedidpremier.com/eligibility/eligibil...

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