Everyone's Talkin' Money | Personal Finance Tips To Stress Less and Live More

Everyone's Talkin' Money | Personal Finance Tips To Stress Less and Live More

You can feel good about your money and ditch the stress, and Shannah Game will show you how! Welcome to Everyone's Talkin' Money (formally Millennial Money), your go-to money podcast where we explore personal finance, money, goals, money therapy, relationships, mental health, happiness, wellbeing, motivation, and entrepreneurship for Millennials, Generation Z, and General X. I'm your host, Shannah Game, a seasoned Financial planner (aka a real money expert) with over eighteen years in the industry. My mission? To help you craft and conquer your financial goals and feel good at the same time. As a Certified Trauma of Money Expert, I'm here to lead you on a transformative journey to mend your relationship with money, chart out achievable financial goals, and embrace the life you've always dreamt of. It's time to feel good about your money! Do you often find yourself tangled in a web of financial stress and uncertainty? Everyone's Talkin' Money is here for you. But here's the twist: I'm not your average financial pundit. Holding the prestigious title of Certified Financial Planner™ and Certified Trauma of Money Expert, I bring a distinctive angle to the podcast. My extensive experience and specialized training equip me to guide you through the emotional labyrinth of money. It's not just about numbers; it's about breaking down those emotional barriers to financial triumph and indulging in some money therapy along the way. The best part of Everyone's Talkin' Money is the stellar lineup of life-changing guests. From experts in the realms of money and personal finance to experts in lifestyle, relationships, entrepreneurship, celebrities, self-improvement, and more. These guests help you deal with one of life’s toughest subjects – money. Our podcast's mission transcends traditional financial advice; it's about healing your relationship with money and setting tangible financial goals. Our guests include money experts offering financial tips, entrepreneurs sharing their goal-setting journeys, insightful authors, and even artists, chefs, and celebrities who open up about their own money stories. Each episode is full of wisdom and inspiration, a testament to real people like you and me, striving to unravel their emotional connection with money while embarking on a journey to build wealth and financial freedom. Everyone's Talkin' Money has carved a niche for itself, earning well-deserved accolades and recognition. The New York Times hailed it as one of the Top 4 Money Podcasts, and the show has been featured in numerous publications as a top personal finance podcast. I put myself in your shoes, fearlessly asking the burning money questions you've longed to have answered but never dared to ask. My distinctive blend of personal finance and money therapy expertise helps you figure out money through a different lens. I also share my wealth of knowledge accrued over my eighteen years in the financial industry in my weekly "Ask Shannah" segments. These segments zero in on listener queries, with real and personalized money insights to steer you on your financial journey. Our podcast guests aren't just experts spewing financial jargon; they are relatable individuals who, like you, are navigating the emotional tides of money while chasing wealth and financial freedom. In the realm of Everyone's Talkin' Money, all are welcome, and our mission is to make money discussions both pleasurable and approachable. In a world where money often serves as a source of anxiety and apprehension, Everyone's Talkin' Money presents a refreshing and empowering perspective. Join us on this enlightening journey toward financial empowerment and emotional well-being. Don’t hesitate to tune in to Everyone's Talkin' Money today and kickstart your journey towards feeling good about your money!

Episodes

March 4, 2024 40 mins
Your credit score has power, and that three-digit number dramatically impacts your financial future. If you do nothing else this year, grab your credit score the tail and yank it up to 700+ (preferably over 740). You don’t have to go all crazy trying for an 850 score – but don’t get lazy. Even if you have a good score, it could drop tomorrow by one silly mishap. Marsha Barnes from The Finance Bar will share her best tips to get you...
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The day your tax refund hits your bank account, it’s a good day. You daydream about all the ways you can spend the money - should you treat yourself to a spa day or what about a trip to the Bahamas…and then you remember all the things you SHOULD do with your tax refund. In this Ask Shannah, I’m talking about ways to find balance with your tax refund and some tips on how to spend it inspired by a listener question from Liz. Links Me...
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We're talking about a topic that's not just about numbers; it's about people, fairness, and understanding. That's right, we're talking about pay transparency. Ever wondered how this simple concept can make your work life better? Our guest, Hannah Williams, the creator of the viral sensation Salary Transparent Street, has been hitting the streets asking strangers to share what they do and how much they make. Her mission is to combat...
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You know, we all are like emotional monkeys that live in the moment regarding money. Have you ever found yourself in the habit of shopping on Amazon late at night only to realize that you don’t really need what you just bought? You are so not alone. The good news, according to Val Agostino, the CEO and co-founder of Monarch Money, the modern personal finance management platform and my favorite personal finance management platform, ...
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In this Ask Shannah episode, I’m covering some of my favorite tips to save money inspired by a question from Brett. This question comes from Brett – "Hi, Shannah, thanks for taking the time to answer my question. I’ve listened to this show since 2016, and even though you’ve changed it up over the years, it’s still one of my favorites. There are a lot of dude money podcasts, but I really like a softer approach and one that feels ver...
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In this vault episode of Everyone's Talkin' Money, I chat with guest Carrie Bennett about a topic close to many hearts: infertility. We dive into the world of fertility treatments, the high costs involved, and the financial struggles that come with it. But Carrie brings something new to the table - the concept of quantum fertility. She shares how incorporating simple, free practices like aligning with natural rhythms and minimizing...
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How often have you told yourself, “Self, I should be giving money to more needy people. Yes, I really should.” Only to follow that up with, welp, another month went by, and I didn’t give anything. Now I feel bad about myself. Look, let me let you off the hook here. The idea of giving and that your life shouldn’t be selfish is pretty universal. I think we can all agree that we feel some sort of moral obligation to give our money and...
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In recent weeks, this term, loud budgeting has made its way into the mainstream conversation. So, which camp are you in - shouting loudly about your money goals, or would you rather keep them to yourself? I think we need to talk about it. It’s Friday, and typically, I answer an Ask Shannah question, but this week, something came to my attention that I thought we should talk about instead. So many of you have sent in questions about...
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Ah, love and money - since it’s the Month of Love, we need to talk about it. Love and money are complicated things that bring up so many different emotions and feelings that are very real. You know what I'm talking about if you’ve ever been in a relationship. And look, even if you don’t talk about money with your partner or keep separate bank accounts, those feelings are still simmering under the surface. That’s where my two friend...
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Occasionally, I love to bring you interviews from podcasts where I'm a guest. I was recently on the Catching Up to FI podcast talking all about money trauma. With Bill and Becky, Catching Up to FI's hosts, I dig deep into the subject of money trauma, exploring their impact on individuals, relationships and overall financial health. I offer practical strategies for identifying and healing from these traumas. I also emphasize the imp...
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In this enlightening solo episode, I invite you to explore the world of budgeting with joy. Contrary to the common perception, I want to show you that budgeting isn't restrictive but rather a liberating force that can help you realize your dreams and financial goals. As a seasoned expert in financial planning, I'm here to share my invaluable insights on reframing your mindset toward budgeting. By sharing personal anecdotes and my '...
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How many times have you said the following, “I’m really going to focus on saving money this year,” only to find yourself doing quite the opposite? And then there are those sneaky costs in your spending, like countless subscriptions you might not even be using. As our guest, Anne Lester, a retirement expert, media commentator, top-rated speaker, and author of the new book Your Best Financial Life: Save Smart Now for the Future You W...
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We throw around words like financial literacy, but what does it really mean? If you’re like me, you didn’t grow up learning about money in school and what your parents taught you; I guess you still had many questions when you got to the big, bad, real world. So you were left to figure out how to money on your own, stumbling through paying off debt, saving, and investing money. But is money really that complicated after all? Our gue...
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In this episode of Ask Shannah, I’m answering a question from Laquita. “Shannah, your podcast has saved my life. I can’t tell you what a mess I was before. I felt all over the place and wasn’t motivated, even though I wanted to change things. I was recently talking to my girlfriends about money and how some people, you know who I’m talking about, I’m sure, say we have to follow rules. It just doesn’t feel right to me. I thought it ...
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What does it mean to have a financial plan? Is it something that we all need? Ethan Ho, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ from Oahu, Hawaii, is here to share the ins and outs of having a financial plan. One of my favorite takeaways from Ethan is where he describes your finances to a plant. As you can see, Ethan and I share a very common belief about money. You need to give it some TLC occasionally and create a plan that works for you ...
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Getting engaged can be a stressful time and a very expensive time. When do you propose? Who proposes to whom? How much money should you really spend on an engagement ring? What if you’ve never really talked about money before? These are just a few questions that our guest Kat McCoy, a hopeless romantic and the owner of Best Kept Jewelry Concierge and Proposal Prep, is here to help you with. I share this story in the episode, but wh...
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How do you really save money? The average American has 5-7 accounts, and that can be a lot to remember; as our guest Brian Hamilton says, it's a cognitive load and creates financial anxiety. However, when saving money, the secret is to work with what you have and create some healthy savings habits. You know how important saving money is, but when it comes down to the actual act of saving, it can be a tricky thing to master. Our gue...
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What choice do you make when the numbers don’t make sense? Do you give up, or do you get to work? Our guest, Mignon Francois, is a self-made black female entrepreneur who beat all the ads and turned her last $5 - the only way she could feed her family- into a multi-million dollar cupcake empire. Mignon’s story is super empowering but an example of how you can take a skill you might take for granted, like making cupcakes, and change...
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Have you ever thought, “I’m doing all the “right” things with my money, but I’m still not achieving my goals. What’s going on?” This kind of thinking is very common, and I hear it repeatedly with my money-coaching clients. The truth is we all have some emotional baggage with money. Why? Well, because you are in a relationship with money, for better or worse, that causes some gunk to get built up that needs to be released so you can...
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In this Ask Shannah, I'm sharing how to plan financially as a couple with a large age gap. Money as a couple is stressful enough, but there are a few things to consider when you have a large age gap. I'm sharing a bit from my relationship and other couples I've worked with. Links 1:1 Money Coaching with Shannah Wild Business Growth podcast episode The Money Nerds podcast SPONSORS Thanks to NerdWallet for sponsoring the show. Don’t...
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