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Episode 13: Cara Thomas

From breakdown to breakthrough Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | TuneIn | RSS This Week’s Sponsor: Skillshare. Join the online learning community with 16,000+ classes in business, design and more. Get one free month of unlimited access Click for one FREE month of unlimited classes Cara Thomas, founder of Serenflipity Today’s guest, Cara …

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What Happened to Wonder?

What the inside of a Smart Water bottle can teach us This originally appeared as a postscript to my weekly newsletter. Sign up here! Have you ever noticed the inside label of a Smart Water bottle? If you look closely, there’s a tiny goldfish, an aquatic critter that my three year old loves to point out. Her …

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What happened to wonder?

Have you ever noticed the inside label of a Smart Water bottle? If you look closely, there’s a tiny goldfish, an aquatic critter that my three year old loves to point out. Her discovery reminds me of the opening pages of The Little Prince, in which the protagonist describes his frustration with adults. He makes his …

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I Suck at Being Useless

I Promise this isn’t a Humblebrag I’m really bad at being Useless. That’s probably a good thing, but not always. This tendency definitely helped me become a Managing Director. I always have something at my fingertips that is useful. I have Kindle book and podcast episode for every possible mood I could ever be in. …

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Should 22 year olds take advice from hedge fund millionaires?

Proceed with Caution or Emulate What Worked? Note: This first appeared as a post-script to the RadReads e-mail newsletter (Subscribe) I wanted to explore a question that gets asked frequently, particularly from our younger readers. It goes: I’m [22] years old early and early in my career. Once I achieve the career recognition and success that …

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Ashley Feinstein-Gerstley (Ep.9): Stop the Money Madness

Today’s guest, Ashley Feinstein Gerstley coaches people (like me) out of their own money madness (via her 30 Day Money Cleanse). Ashley’s a coach and creator of the Fiscal Femme blog. But our listeners will relate to her story: she started as an investment banker and grew the Fiscal Femme as side hustle until finally jumping off into entrepreneurship. Her advice is particularly spicy for entrepreneurs, and we discuss how much runway is enough, “death by a thousand small withdrawals” (my personal favorite), the dangerous belief that we can out-earn our expenses, and how avoiding the topic is really avoiding accountability.

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