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By Boss Your Life Up
Welcome to the BYLU Campaign Podcast, where we unpack and document the unspoken truths of the millennial journey. The podcast serves as the audio experience to our blog bylucampaign.com. Here you’ll find an in-depth discussion of the monthly BYLU article. If you are on your journey to living your best life by flourishing intellectually, physically, financially, spiritually and emotionally; then you are in the right place. Join in on the conversation with founders Daniel Nutakor and Nathan Hastings-Spaine as they discuss their pursuit to improve themselves, failures included!
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Dreams Change
"The key is not to try to become the person you used to be. A comeback is not a ‘go back.’ Trying to go back will frustrate you even more. Find your new assignment." — Tim Storey "It's ok for your dreams to change." On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss "Dreams Change," the July article where Nate examines his changing dream. Here we highlight the process of finding and accepting your new blueprint as well as communicating the new plan to your loved ones. Tune in as we discuss the challenges of being a first-generation professional, the importance of not allowing others to project their values onto us or confuse us, and how occasionally we fight against who we've been called to be. Thanks for the continued support and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have to bylucampaign@gmail.com Time Stamped Topics: [4:30] - A Tool - Paintbrush Not the Painter   [8:30] - Finding a New Blueprint [19:40] - Accepting the New Blueprint - No Turning Back [31:15] - Communicating the New Blueprint to Your Loved Ones [39:15] - Difficult Conversation Takeaways  [48:00] - Conversations With Our Uncles [56:00]  - I’m Ok with Failing But My Loved Ones Are Not... The Boss Your Life Up Takeaways:  Freedom isn’t given it’s earned! Your gift will make room for you.  Don’t go back, integrate the old you. Be direct and stop avoiding people’s calls Join Elivade - an online community/ recruitment platform for professionals of color. Let’s Stay Connected:  Instagram Twitter Website Slack Group
1:02:41
August 14, 2019
The Dynamic Beginner
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan invite Darnelle Williams, a DC-based real estate investor to the show to discuss his journey into real estate and his role as organizer of the DMV’s hottest real estate meet-up,  All DMV REI Meet-Up. Tune in to this open dialogue as Darnelle and Nathan both share their experience with deals falling through and the recovery process that accompanies it, discuss leaving their jobs to be full-time real estate investors, and provide steps to starting your wholesaling journey. Truly a worthwhile listen for all newbie real estate investors/wholesalers or any entrepreneur fighting an uphill battle.     Also,  The All DMV REI Meet-Up is bringing Max Maxwell to the DMV on July 23rd. It will take place at Dave & Buster's - 1851 Ritchie Station Ct, Capitol Heights, MD, and starts at 6:30 PM. We HIGHLY recommend arriving early as we are expecting about 300 people to attend. Looking forward to seeing you there!  Join Elivade - an online community/ recruitment platform for professionals of color. Time Stamped Topics: [3:00] - Introduction  [17:30] - You Don’t Need Anyone’s Approval [26:30] -  When Deals Fall Through... [37:30] - How to Get/Close a Real Estate Wholesale Deal [44:30] - Teaching or Inspiring  [50:30] - A Leap of Faith   The BYLU Takeaways:  There is nothing in your way but you!  You don’t need to know it all to help.  If your time is spent doing what you like then you will be happy!  Find a way to be active in real estate outside of looking for deals.  Connected with Darnelle: Instagram Facebook Connected with BYLU: Instagram Twitter Website
1:07:11
July 18, 2019
Change + Growth = Transformation
“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” ― Ernest Hemingway “What marks change?” On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss  “Change + Growth = Transformation”, the June article which breaks down the Transformation journey into two parts, Change and Growth. Here we highlight the nuances between the decision to change and the growth process, emphasize the importance of forgiving yourself during your season of growth, and examine the transformative power that comes with owning your story. Tune in as Nate discusses giving himself permission to tell his story and Danny shares his journey to owning his own story.  Thanks for the continued support and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have to bylucampaign@gmail.com Time Stamped Topics: [11:45] - Change - Declare Your Independence  [16:45] - Forgive Yourself [28:45] - Growth - Fight for Freedom [37:00] - Knowing and Doing [40:55] - Transformation - You Have The Right To Tell Your Story  [53:15] - Danny On Owning Your Story The BYLU Takeaways:  Spend your energy forgiving yourself first before you start forgiving others.  Knowing requires knowledge but doing takes courage, vulnerability, and discipline.  Give yourself permission to tell your story You will never feel authentic until you own your story.  It may get worse before it gets better.  Join Elivade - an online community/ recruitment platform for professionals of color. Let’s Stay Connected: Instagram Twitter Website Slack Group
1:05:30
July 9, 2019
Using Faith As A Compass
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan invite Olayide, Founder of The Word of Mouth Co and By Ree Cosmetics to the show. Here we discuss how faith, patience, and a love for travel led her across several continents and ultimately landed her in Dubai. Tune in to this open dialogue as Laydie provides insight on working and living aboard, shares the importance of cultivating a support system that transcends country lines, and gives tips on balancing work and passion-projects/side-hustles.Thanks for the continued support and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have to bylucampaign@gmail.com Join Elivade - an online community/ recruitment platform for professionals of color. Time Stamped Topics: [3:30] - Intro [6:50] - The Nomadic Lifestyle [15:50] - In Dubai on a Jetski   [26:20] - It’s ok if Your Dream Changes [33:15] -  Balancing Work & Entrepreneurship [45:40] - Advice to Younger Self / By Ree Cosmetics The BYLU Takeaways: If you want to move or work abroad do your research! Some opportunities won’t present themselves until you ask for it. Iron Sharpens Iron You’re allowed to have your dreams change Doing one thing at a time is ok Connected with Olayide: Instagram Website Connected with BYLU: Instagram Twitter Website
52:58
June 18, 2019
Different Not Inferior
No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. - Eleanor Roosevelt. Self-integration requires alignment amongst one's thoughts, beliefs, and actions. It requires exploring your elaborate personality, understanding the stories you tell yourself, and being brave enough to stand in your uniqueness. On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss  “Different Not Inferior”, the May article where Nate breaks down his two distinct personalities. Where at times he possesses the might of a roaring lion and occasionally the insecurity of a meowing cat. Here we highlight the importance of embracing one’s uniqueness through the realization that different does not mean inferior, executing on your potential and finding your purpose. Also, tune in as Nate shares a breakthrough that caused him to cry. Thanks for the continued support and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have to bylucampaign@gmail.com Time Stamped Topics: [10:27] - Danny’s Takeaways from the Article   [17:27] - Nate’s Personality [25:57] - The Meowing Cat [33:37] - The Roaring Lion [40:37] - The Dangers of Potential [50:57] - Living in the Arena   The BYLU Takeaways: Self-Integration makes you whole and well-rounded.  Living in your purpose takes away your need for escapism. Create a list of people who's opinion/ perspective you are willing to consider.  Join Elivade - an online community/ recruitment platform for professionals of color. Let’s Stay Connected: ` Instagram Twitter Website Slack Group
1:04:11
June 5, 2019
21 Questions Pt. 2
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan come prepared with another set of questions as they double back with 21 Questions Part 2. Here we discuss Danny's techniques for managing relationships, his perspective on smoking / not giving into peer pressure, and finally his current dating life. Also, Nate’s ability to navigate a variety of spaces while remaining authentic, his perspective on forgiveness and the origins of his high tolerance, and finally his faith and perspective on Christianity. Tune in as we take up the importance of not compromising your values in order to gain respect, not blaming God for the flaws of man, and, dating and where it falls on their priorities list. Thanks for the continued support and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have to bylucampaign@gmail.com Time Stamped Topics: [6:51] - Forgiveness - Nate’s High Tolerance [17:31] - Managing Relationship - Checking in on Friends [26:49] - Maintaining Authenticity in a Variety of Places [37:39] - Drugs - Who Wants the Smoke?     [54:42] - Nate’s Faith and Strong Christian Background [1:05:01] - Are You Ready to Date The BYLU Takeaways: Respect that requires you to compromise your values is not worthy of your efforts.   Checking in on people doesn’t take as much time as you think. A change in location does not guarantee a change in mindset or perspective.   Be self-aware and strong-willed enough to know what is and is not for you. Title or position does not guarantee character, expertise, or quality It’s not your job to fix people’s flaws. Join Elivade - an online community/ recruitment platform for professionals of color. Let’s Stay Connected: ` Instagram Twitter Website Slack Group
1:16:54
June 5, 2019
Unreasonable Man
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” Arguably most of the tension in our lives is a result of a lack of prioritization. On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss  “Unreasonable Man”, the April article which breaks down how to live by your priorities. Here we highlight how confidence is essential to prioritizing, the 3 stages people transition through to obtain real confidence, and provide practical tactics for executing your priorities. Tune in as Nate shares a few personal stories where he failed to prioritize correctly and the lessons he learned from them. Thanks for the continued support and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have to bylucampaign@gmail.com Time Stamped Topics: [7:30] - The Unreasonable Man [9:50] - Confidence [19:30] - Showing up as an equal   [24:10] - Knowing/Believing in  Your Value [36:55] - Embracing Your Value   [45:20] - Prioritizing. What’s the metric? [58:40] - I said I’m sorry Mama [1:05:10] - Feeling Prioritized   The BYLU Takeaways: You’re valuable and no one is doing you a favor so show-up as an equal. You can’t blame someone for attempting to discount your value but you can blame yourself for accepting the discounted rate. Time cannot be made it can only be spent. Budget your time how you budget your finances. You don’t get credit for telling people they’re a priority in their life or even making people a priority with your actions. You only get credit when they feel like a priority. Join Elivade - an online community/ recruitment platform for professionals of color. Let’s Stay Connected: ` Instagram Twitter Website Slack Group
1:15:26
June 5, 2019
21 Questions
Have you ever noticed that the BYLU website doesn’t have an “about us” section? No links to our personal IG. Was this intentional or by chance? For the first two years, we focused on creating BYLU identity outside of ourselves but now we’ve decided to share more about who we are. On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan come prepared with questions for one another. Here we discuss the origin of Daniel’s strong character as well as his decision to give his mom a retirement date, Nate’s persona and its authentic, and the negative experiences that have shaped them the most. Tune in as we provide more context to our friendship by sharing some interesting stories which range from the highs and lows. Thanks for the continued support and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have to bylucampaign@gmail.com Time Stamped Topics: [5:30] - Origins of Danny’s Strong Charter/Moral Grounding [16:50] - Nate’s Persona. Does Perro Get Knocked Down? [25:25] - Friendship the perception of who brings more value to the table.  [40:50] - What if? Any Regrets? Anything Left Unsaid?   [47:00] - Momma, When Do You Want to Retire?  [57:50] - What Negative Experience Has Shaped You the Most?   [1:10:50] - Danny & Nate Almost Get into a Fight.  The BYLU Takeaways:  Trust is built when you are honest even when lying can get you out of trouble.  You can’t be successful without confidence.  If you’re a freshman going to college get rooted first then branch out. Don’t degrade yourself and your purpose just to make your family happy.  A traumatic event can only shape your life if you allow it. Unpack and Heal.  Join Elivade - an online community/ recruitment platform for professionals of color. Let’s Stay Connected:  ` Instagram Twitter Website Slack Group
1:20:58
April 23, 2019
Endurance
“The Race Is Not To The Swift Or Strong But To Those Who Endure To The End”    A marathon is a tale of two races. You run the first race with your head and the second with your heart. On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss “Endurance”, the March article which breaks down the 8 Stages of our life's marathon. Here we highlight the importance of assessing where your confidence is rooted, the financial impacts of arrogance/pride, and more. Tune in as we also pay respect to our mentor Nipsey “Neighborhood” Hussle, shift our perspective on the cliche “life is not a sprint it's a marathon.”,  and announce a new sponsor of the podcast! Time Stamped Topics: [1:37] - R.I.P to the Late Great Nipsey Hussle [14:57] - Olympic Champion [21:33] - Stage 1: Excitement [27:17] - Stage 2: Denial [32:57] - Stage 3: Shock [40:37] - Stage 4:  Isolation [48:32] - Stage 5 - 6: Despair / “The Wall” [1:03:07] - Stage 7:  Affirmation The BYLU Takeaways: Only confidence rooted in self-belief stands the test of time. Be open to all parts of the marathon It will take 3x longer than you expect Lessons can be expensive so the earlier, the better. Join Elivade - an online community/ recruitment platform for professionals of color. Let’s Stay Connected: ` Instagram Twitter Website Slack Group
1:18:05
April 23, 2019
"A Fork in The Road" Ft. Maurice Meadows
“Discipline is Self Love.”   On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan invite Maurice Meadows to the show to discuss his transformational journey. Which takes us down an unfortunate path where he falls victim to a generational cycle of alcohol abuse his freshman year of college and leads us to present day where he’s sober and living his best life. A true story of personal triumph. Tune to this open dialogue where Moe candidly shares his experience with alcohol abuse and the impact it had on him both physically and mentally, the tragic loss of his brother, healing and what that process looks like, and embodying self-love.   Time Stamped Topics: [9:05] - Intro to Maurice’s Story [11:50] - Balancing School with Turn-up [20:40] - Does Alcohol Affect Your Confidence? [28:05] - When I Realized it Was a Problem [37:30] - A Fork In The Road [43:40] - Healing   [53:45] - Self Love    [1:02:50] - One Day at a Time The BYLU Takeaways: Don’t give others the power to make decisions for you.   Over consuming alcohol has the potential to reduce your confidence When getting over addictions or bad habits take it one day at a time! Discipline is Self Love Be intentional, Slow-up your pace You discover Self Love outside of your comfort zone Let’s Stay Connected: Instagram Twitter Website Slack Group
1:15:41
March 27, 2019
Unpacking Financial Freedom: v1
“There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan, along with guest  Tunji aka T-nero discuss  “Unpacking Financial Freedom: v1”, which is part one in a series of articles on financial freedom, focusing primarily on the mental blocks that have prevented many from achieving it in the physical. Here we highlight the importance of differentiating between the truth and your mentor's truth,  define financial freedom, and elaborate on the 2 ways wealth is generated. Tune in as we discuss the importance of ownership, making your own decisions, and the misconception behind 7 Streams of Income. Time Stamped Topics: [5:15] - How do you Define Financial Freedom? [9:15] - The Importance of Ownership   [17:40] -  My Truth vs. The Truth [27:00] - Formula vs. Methodology [36:00] - Replica - Don’t Copy Apply   [44:10] - How Wealth is Generated   [103:14] - 7 Streams of Income The BYLU Takeaways: Do your own research and make your own decisions! Befriend time don’t make it your enemy.   The route you know may not be the best route. Don’t copy the formula apply the methodology Let’s Stay Connected: Instagram Twitter Website Slack Community
1:12:16
March 27, 2019
"Be Open To Life" Ft. Train With Trey
“Life doesn’t happen to you, it happens for you.”   On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan invite Trey Cox, Founder of  Train With Trey, to the show to discuss the eventful journey that led him to our nation's capital and to create his new venture. Tune in to this open dialogue where Trey candidly shares his experience being laid-off, pivoting industries, leaning into his network and support system of family/friends, what failure means, and mental health/mindfulness. Truly a worthwhile listen for all millennials! Also, if you haven’t already RSVP for the upcoming Train With Trey taking place on February 23rd at 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM at WA Marriott Wardman Park We looking forward to seeing you all! Time Stamped Topics: [2:36] - Trey’s Story [11:50] - Taking a Step Back / Regression [19:20] - Saving!! [26:50] - Switching Industries / Fields [32:40] -  What is Failure? [50:40] - Mindfulness [1:08:10] - Train With Trey The BYLU Takeaways: Most of us are holding on to stuff we don't really need. If you are a kind person and put good energy out into the world. You will get it back 10-fold.  All the pressure we put into worrying about tomorrow could be put towards today! Connected with Trey: Instagram Website Connected with BYLU: Instagram Twitter Website
1:15:08
February 23, 2019
Two Years & Running
“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have." — Maya Angelou On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss  “Two Years & Running”, a celebratory article which honors the 2-year anniversary of the BYLU Campaign Blog. Here we highlight some of the challenges of sustaining the blog including the fear of running out of creativity, overcoming self-imposed limitations as well as the limitations of others. If you are a creative, entrepreneur, Youtuber, or someone needing the motivation to start something tune in as we breakdown the requirements if any of getting started, the destination between reach and impact, and more. Time Stamped Topics: [6:36] - Starting BYLU / The Fear of Losing Creativity [10:00] - 2 Crappy Pages a Day [22:45] - I Don’t Beleive in Writers Block   [32:50] - Self Imposed Limitations   [39:45] - A Faster Horse [49:00] - Perfection is The Enemy of Progress!   [55:00] - To Do List or Excuse List? The BYLU Takeaways: Don’t leave creativity up to chance, but rather develop a plan to ensure it. Breaking glass ceilings is a continuous process. You don’t need a logo to start!   Don’t allow likes, views, or shares to affirm you. Validate yourself. Stay Connected: Instagram Twitter Website
1:08:15
February 12, 2019
The Bag Ladies A-Alike - Part 2
“Being the right person is more important than finding the right person.” On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, we feature our first guest on to the show. Moving forward, our podcast editorial calendar will include two episodes per month. The first episode based on the monthly BYLU article, and the second episode featuring a guest. Our guest will either provide a unique perspective to one of the BYLU articles or share a story demonstrating how they were able to upgrade their life within one of the five BYLU pillars (intellectual, financial, emotional, physical, spiritual). This week Daniel and Nathan double-back for Part 2 of the highly anticipated "The Bag Ladies A-Alike" podcast, but this time around including our two special guests Iyanna and Mimi in the conversation. Tune in as we discuss topics like monogamy, differences between the needs of men and women in relationships, influence social media has on dating, challenges of vulnerability, importance of being able to evolve as a person in relationships and, impact our parents/upbringing has had on our relationships. Time Stamped Topics: [1:33] - What Have You Learned Since Part 1? [13:04] - New Relationship, Old Baggage [22:55] - A Need of all Men - Support    [32:43] - Hit Mission: Do Men Know What They Want? [41:58] - Test: Can I Be Vulnerable   [48:50] - The Impact Of Our Upbringing [1:01:24] - Keep That Same Energy The BYLU Takeaways: Release old baggage, and go into relationships open minded You have to save yourself first! Relationships are about providing value People can only meet you to the point that you have met yourself. Life is a journey, so don’t be afraid to get hurt. There will always be something better coming. Stay Connected: Instagram Twitter Website
1:11:55
February 12, 2019
Victory Lap
“Would You rather be at war with yourself and at peace with the world, or at peace with yourself and at war with the world?”— Nipsey Hussle On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss “Victory Lap” Here we breakdown a few lyrics from our favorite album of the year-- Victory Lap. Nipsey Hussle’s debut album and the most recently nominated Grammy for “Best Rap Album”. Here, the lyrics serve as the narrator of Nathan’s entrepreneurial journey for the past 4 months. Tune in as we discuss Imposter Syndrome, betting on yourself, the abundance mindset,  Nathan losing $14,000, the two versions of America, and more. Time Stamped Topics: [4:22] - Pouring Into Yourself/ Imposter Syndrome [13:30] - Questioning the Process / Being Patient   [17:40] - The Importance of Planning   [27:50] - Developing an Abundance Mindset [41:45] - Reinvest in the Business: Keep Betting [46:50] - Risk Taking vs Living in Fear [52:20] -  Speaking Things Into Existence? [56:40] -  Losing $14,000 on a Deal The BYLU Takeaways: Create a plan but be open to the process and timing Speaking into instance does not mean the absence of action. Your success as an entrepreneur is dependant upon the quality of your support system When you take action failure is introduced. Don’t let the short-term financial needs cause you to go astray from your purpose Stay Connected: Instagram  Twitter  Website
1:09:09
February 12, 2019
The Mentee Chronicles
What are you looking to gain from your mentor relationship? Are you looking for accountability or a handout? Are you even a good mentee? If so, what makes you one? Rarely is the mentee role discussed outside of the strategies to secure mentors and the surface level tactics to keep them. On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss  "The Mentee Chronicles: Finding Myself”. We explore the in's and out's of the mentee-mentor relationship, Nathan’s shortcomings as a mentee, and our perspective on what a mentee must do to be mentored. We hope you enjoy! Don’t forget to subscribe and leave a review! Time Stamped Topics: [6:50] - The Importance of Knowing Who You Are [12:43] - What Do You What Out of Life? Be Decisive [16:00] - Come Up With Your Values    [19:50] - When You Don’t You Want... [25:15] - When You Don’t Know Who You Are… [33:00] - Weaknesses - Kanye Picks Jay Over Dame [41:35] - Danny’s Mentee Experience The BYLU Takeaways: No one can do the work for you! Our values provide a structure for our decision making. Know your values! The quality of the question determines the quality of the response. Develop a definitive purpose. If you are not clear about what you want you will never obtain it. Stay Connected: Instagram Twitter Website
50:15
February 12, 2019
The Formula: Give. Save. Live.
What would your life be like if the financial implication wasn't the primary driver of your decision making? On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss ”The Formula: Give. Save. Live” article. Here Nathan discussed how he leveraged the tried and true formula to gain control and provide structure to his finances. Regardless of if you are an entrepreneur, wantrepreneur, or 9-5er, applying this formula will allow you to have more control and peace in your life. Tune in as they break down each of the three categories and discuss everything from how Nathan’s grandma changed his perspective on generosity, the difference between a fixed mindset vs. abundance mindset, and the distinction between our life and our lifestyle. Time Stamped Topics: [9:09] - Money Management Habits [14:11] - The Wealth Gap [23:00] - Give [31:40] - Greed - A Fixed Mindset [36:40] - Save/Invest [44:10] - Freedom of Choice [49:10] - Live [59:10] - A Life You Don’t Need a Vacation From!
1:05:33
October 2, 2018
The Bag Lady's A-Alike
To “Boss Your Life Up” you must win in each of the 5 BYLU pillars. On this episode of the BYLU Podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss The Bag Lady's A-Alike article which addresses Nathan’s realization that he was not living up to the Emotional Pillar as well as his decision to change. Tune in as they discuss everything from vulnerability and escapism to toxic black masculinity and emotional suppression. Also, what Daniel has learned from going to therapy, dealing with a break-up or loss, and the process of using pain as a platform to grow. This is an episode you don’t want to miss! Stay tuned for Part 2. Time Stamped Topics: [7:50] - The Emotional Pillar [10:30] - Peeling Back The Layers [15:25] - The ability to learn is a gift even when pain is your teacher. — Inky Johnson [18:20] - Toxic Black Masculinity [29:30] - The Old Me! [33:00] - No Post Game Interview After A Lose [42:20] - Rehabilitation Reminders Part 1 [50:18] - Exposed! The Real Nate Perro [55:25] - Danny Goes to Therapy
1:23:32
October 1, 2018
The Art Of Saving
Are you struggling with budgeting and keeping money in your savings account? On this episode of the BYLU podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss The Art of Saving article. This is one of the first articles Nathan wrote when they launched the BYLU Campaign in February of 2017. Tune in as they discuss the three different types of savers: The Checking Account #2 Saver, The Short Term Saver, and The Wealth Building Saver. As well as transitioning from college to adulting, the importance of paying yourself first, and how Nathan uses his Indexed Universal Life Insurance policy as a savings account. Time Stamped Topics: [3:50] - Adulting: Transitioning from College to Corporate America [14:11] - Checking Account #2 - Never Saving [16:50] - Short-Term Saver - Saving to Spend [22:10] - Stay Ready, Be Prepared [29:32] - Life Insurance [45:50] - Uninterrupted Compound Interest Saver - Saving to Build Wealth [53:10] - The BYLU Takeaway:
57:08
October 1, 2018
Draft Day
Welcome to the first episode of The BYLU Campaign Podcast! Your Co-Host Daniel and Nathan kick-off this inaugural episode by explaining what BYLU means to them and break down the 5 BYLU pillars. On this episode, we discuss the Draft Day article which was released March 2018. Are you a millennial struggling with balancing family and finances? Tune in as we discuss Kobe Bryants Players Tribute article Letter to My Younger Self where he discusses investing in the future of your family vs. giving. And how Nathan compares himself to the Black Mamba claiming that he too was drafted when he started working full-time. Moreover, learn about Nathan's approach to meeting the financial needs of his family and friends. The BYLU Takeaways: - People have an infinite amount of wants/needs and it’s impossible to meet them all so don’t feel compelled to. - Your goal should not be to take care of your loved ones but to provide your loved ones with the opportunity to take care of themselves.
56:17
October 1, 2018
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