It’s the holiday season here in New York and while this is one of the best times of the year to show your love for others, it’s also a time that has us carefully balancing the checkbook (okay, so I haven’t written a check in years, but you get the point). This episode is to help you become your own CFO and have control of your money so that you can have more impact in your life.
J.D. Roth joins us on the coffee chat today to share his journey of how he became a financial expert after finding himself in debt…a lot of debt. Many of you know J.D. as the founder of Get Rich Slowly which he started in 2007. It’s an incredible blog on all things finance that helps you reach financial freedom.
We talk about his journey of finding purpose then dive into tips he has for you to become your own CFO. Like what he has to say? Then check out the unconventional guide he and Chris Guillebeau put together called “Get Rich Slowly”. You can use this link here.
*It’s an affiliate link and so a portion of the cost would go to help continue the work I’m doing here at The Traveling Cup.
So take sip of your favorite coffee brew and enjoy the episode. Afterward, come say hi on Twitter@markwguay.
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P.S. Links and references:
- JD Roth’s Get Rich Slowly website
- JD’s personal website
- Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig (one of my favorite reads)
- JD’s Money Toolbox