Month: April 2021

Your Everyday Entrepreneur

Work is work. Sometimes, it’s something you just have to grind through. A hobby, on the other hand, is a passion. It’s what you daydream about doing while you’re at your full-time job. These days, so many of us are looking for ways to monetize our passions—so much so that it’s emerged as a new…

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Curing a Social Disease with Art

Have you ever felt like you’re not good enough at what you do? Do you obsess over how you’ll win that promotion, or how you’ll increase your salary? Do you feel burdened to pursue a path that makes you feel passionless? On Juneteenth, I interviewed Linda Cheung—the nonprofit director of Before It’s Too Late. In…

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The Truth (of Financial Education) Will Set You Free

It’s human nature to want what you don’t have. It’s human nature to want to have a good time. My guest today recounted how his childhood desires for wealth perpetuated his young adulthood. It was all fun and games until he realized he was swimming in debt.  In this podcast episode of Money Memories, I…

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