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Yo Quiero Dinero: Personal Finance For the Modern Latina

Yo Quiero Dinero: Personal Finance For the Modern Latina

By Jannese Torres-Rodriguez
Yo Quiero Dinero is a Latina Personal Finance podcast that empowers listeners on topics like investing, building generational wealth, paying off debt, entrepreneurship and more! Yo Quiero Dinero features POC change makers with money stories and advice that you can actually relate to! Host Jannese Torres-Rodriguez is a Latina side hustle coach and entrepreneur who built a five figure side hustle! She is on a mission to educate women of color on financial literacy and help you be poderosa (powerful) with your dinero! New episodes premiere every Sunday! Learn more at yoquierodineropodcast.com.
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69. How To Pursue FIRE As A Couple With Different Income Levels | Gay Husbands On FIRE
In this episode, we're talking to an anonymous gay married couple known as Gay Husbands on FIRE on Instagram. This millennial couple is in their early 30s, living in NYC, and planning for a life of financial independence.  J is originally from Colorado and G is originally from Colombia.  They met in Philadelphia in 2013 and have been living together since 2015.  They're DINKs (double income no kids), and in our discussion, they talk about how their different upbringings led them to have completely different relationships with money, how they discovered FIRE, and what they hope to accomplish after becoming financially independent. You can follow them on Instagram at @gayhusbandsonfire.  This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to accelerate your investing goals! M1 Finance –  investing, borrowing, and cash management in one easy-to-use platform. Build a portfolio of stocks and ETFs for free! Public – Join the investing social network and start trading with any amount of money, commission-free. SoFi Invest – Fund an Active Investing account with $1,000 or more, and you’ll get $50 in free stock. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. New Street Advisors Group – a commission free, fee-only fiduciary Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). Committed to transparent financial planning, portfolio management and investment advisory services. Scholar Raise – Open a 529 College Savings Plan in minutes and start saving for your child’s future college education.
1:08:48
January 24, 2021
68. How Side Hustles Helped One Couple Pay Off $224,000 in 2 ½ years | Leo Jean-Louis of Freedom Is A Choice MVT
Leo Jean-Louis is a first-generation Haitian-American money coach, author and personal finance content creator.. After Leo and his wife realized that their 6 figure debt was keeping them from living the life they wanted, they made a plan to pay off $224,000 of debt, and they were able to pay it off in 2.5 years! After his post of paying off debt went viral on social media, he and his wife founded Freedom Is A Choice Movement, a business created to teach millennials how to become debt free. In just 9 months, he has created a debt payoff plan for individuals and families totaling over $4.45 million! His money tips and personal finance journey have been featured on Yahoo Finance, the Steve Harvey TV Show, the His & Her Money Show, MagnifyMoney, and Northwestern Mutual, just to name a few. Leo lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his beautiful wife, Faith, and their firstborn son. Contact Information: WEBSITE: www.freedomisachoicemvt.com EMAIL: www.freedomisachoicemvt@gmail.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/freedomisachoicemvt INSTAGRAM: @leo.jeanlouis TWITTER: leo_jeanlouis This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to accelerate your investing goals! M1 Finance –  investing, borrowing, and cash management in one easy-to-use platform. Build a portfolio of stocks and ETFs for free! Public – Join the investing social network and start trading with any amount of money, commission-free. SoFi Invest – Fund an Active Investing account with $1,000 or more, and you’ll get $50 in free stock. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. New Street Advisors Group – a commission free, fee-only fiduciary Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). Committed to transparent financial planning, portfolio management and investment advisory services. Scholar Raise – Open a 529 College Savings Plan in minutes and start saving for your child’s future college education.
54:45
January 17, 2021
67. How To Invest Like A Girl | Mabel Nuñez, Founder of Girl$ On The Money
Mabel is the founder and Chief Education Officer of Girl$ on The Money - a stock market investing education company targeted to women, minorities, and individuals that are underrepresented in the world of investing. She is passionate about investing education, helping women feel more confident around money topics, and empowering them to take action and control of their finances. Mabel is also the best selling author of two investing books "Stock Market Investing Mini Lessons for Beginners" and Stock Analysis 101. She teaches highly rated courses around the topics of personal finance and investing. Through all of her resources, content, and social media platforms - she shares what she has learned (and continues to learn) thanks to 10+ years of investing experience and 2 finance degrees. You can follow Mabel on Instagram @Girlsonthemoney. This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to accelerate your investing goals! M1 Finance –  investing, borrowing, and cash management in one easy-to-use platform. Build a portfolio of stocks and ETFs for free! Public – Join the investing social network and start trading with any amount of money, commission-free. SoFi Invest – Fund an Active Investing account with $1,000 or more, and you’ll get $50 in free stock. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. New Street Advisors Group – a commission free, fee-only fiduciary Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). Committed to transparent financial planning, portfolio management and investment advisory services. Scholar Raise – Open a 529 College Savings Plan in minutes and start saving for your child’s future college education. Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣
57:25
January 10, 2021
66. How Cindy Paid Off $215,000 in 4 Years | Cindy Zuniga-Sanchez of Zero Based Budget
Cindy Zuniga-Sanchez is the founder of Zero-Based Budget Coaching LLC.  After graduating law school in 2015 with $215,000 of debt, Cindy took control of her money by immersing herself in the world of personal finance.  In 2018, she launched @zerobasedbudget to document her debt payoff journey and simplify personal finance concepts.  After recognizing, through her platform, people’s unique needs and goals, Cindy founded her business where she offers personal finance coaching services and speaks to audiences small and large about budgeting, saving, investing, and more. Cindy practices law full time as a commercial litigator at Venable LLP.  She is a graduate of Stony Brook University and obtained her Juris Doctor degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.  She was born, raised in, and currently resides in the Bronx, New York.  This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout!  Other partners mentioned in this episode: SoFi Student Loan Refinancing – Pay off your student loans faster with a student loan refi from SoFi! Get $300 dollars when your student loan refi is funded! Scholar Raise – Open a 529 College Savings Plan in minutes and start saving for your child’s future college education. Gentreo - Create the important documents you need for official estate planning, including your Will, Power of Attorney, and more. Learn More About Yo Quiero Dinero Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣   Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣
1:14:15
January 3, 2021
65. 8 Steps To Build Wealth in 2021
2020 has been a doozy, am I right? I don't know about you, but I'm ready for the New Year and the opportunity to set some big money goals. My number 1 goal for 2021 is building some serious wealth. Let's talk about 8 things we can do to build real wealth in 2021. This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Ready to start a side hustle in 2021? Check out our new digital course, The Ultimate Side Hustle Starter Kit! Learn all the tools I've used to earn over $180,000 using side hustles! Enrollment ends January 4th, don't miss it! Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners for more wealth building tools: Are you one of 76% of Latinos who don't have a estate plan? Don't wait for life to happen, be proactive about protecting your assets with Gentreo. Gentreo helps you create the important documents you need for official estate planning, including your Will, Power of Attorney, and more. Bestow offers ferm Life Insurance Without The Hassle. No Exams & No Commissioned Agents. Up To $1M In Coverage, 100% Online Process & Instant Decision. Scholar Raise helps you open a 529 College Savings Plan in minutes and start saving for your child’s future college education. Ready to start investing? M1 Finance provides investing, borrowing, and cash management in one easy-to-use platform. Build a portfolio of stocks and ETFs for free! Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣
30:46
December 31, 2020
64. (REPLAY) First Gen Struggles: Perfectionism, Imposter Syndrome & Mental Health | Natalie Torres-Haddad of Financially Savvy Latina
Natalie Torres-Haddad MPA, AWA is a two time TEDx Speaker known for her talks The Foreign Language of Financial Literacy and The Confidence Gap.  She is an international Award-Winning Author, a bilingual podcast host of Financially Savvy in 20 Minutes, international keynote speaker and educator. Her activities have been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post & The LA Times. Natalie is a first generation College Graduate from California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) in Finance and International Business with a Masters in Public Administration from California State University, Northridge (CSUN). Natalie focuses on helping those in debt work towards financial independence. Born in El Salvador and raised in Inglewood, CA during the LA Riots, she quickly understood that the lack of higher education opportunities combined with financial illiteracy was rampant in her community, and stifling people's access to basic human rights. She started investing in real estate at 24 and began advocating for financial literacy and female empowerment for equal pay. Her challenges dealing with student debt led to Natalie suffering from depression. This experience has influenced her to advocate for mental and financial health to be taught in all schools and work environments. You can follow Natalie on Instagram. This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣
1:16:08
December 27, 2020
63. (REPLAY) Why Achieving Financial Independence Matters For Communities of Color | Julie and Kiersten Saunders of rich & REGULAR
Julien and Kiersten are the couple behind the award-winning blog and forthcoming book, rich & REGULAR.  Their mission is to inspire the African American community to consider and adopt the FIRE lifestyle as a path to building generational wealth. The couple has used frugal living, real estate investing and their online business to set themselves on a path to achieving financial independence by 2021. Their story has been featured in publications like Forbes, the NY Times and CBS This Morning. When they're not sharing stories about their experiences with money, they are parents to their son Beau, traveling the world or searching for their next great meal. You can follow Julien & Kiersten's journey on their blog rich & REGULAR and check out their new YouTube series, Money On The Table. They're also on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest! This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to accelerate your investing goals! M1 Finance –  investing, borrowing, and cash management in one easy-to-use platform. Build a portfolio of stocks and ETFs for free! Public – Join the investing social network and start trading with any amount of money, commission-free. SoFi Invest – Fund an Active Investing account with $1,000 or more, and you’ll get $50 in free stock. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. New Street Advisors Group – a commission free, fee-only fiduciary Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). Committed to transparent financial planning, portfolio management and investment advisory services. Scholar Raise – Open a 529 College Savings Plan in minutes and start saving for your child’s future college education. Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣
1:22:13
December 20, 2020
62. (REPLAY) Set Yourself on FI/RE | Mrs. Miller from Millers on FIRE
Y’all, let’s set ourselves on FIRE (relax, this is a GOOD thing!) FIRE stands for Financial Independence/Retire Early! Who doesn’t want that, am I right? In this episode, I’m talking to Mrs. Miller from the blog Millers on FIRE. The Millers are a couple in their 30s sharing their money optimization skills and journey to reach FIRE. Mrs. Miller is a Latina and native New Yorker. She is a first-generation college graduate who is on the FIRE journey along with her husband. On her blog, she focuses on financial independence and early retirement. Millers on Fire is full of money hacks, cost-cutting tips, money mistakes and what the Millers have learned about budgeting, saving, investing and travel hacking. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter! This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to accelerate your investing goals! M1 Finance - Combine investing, borrowing, and cash management in one easy-to-use platform. SoFi Invest – Fund an Active Investing account with $1,000 or more, and you’ll get $50 in free stock! Public – Investing meets social media. Start trading with any amount of money, commission-free and chat with other investors about their moves today! Webull – Trade stocks, options, ETFs, all commission-free, $0 minimum deposit. Now open an account, get a free stock. Roofstock – Earn passive income by purchasing rental homes with tenants. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Rocket Dollar account holders have the power to invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. Open a Self-Directed Solo 401(k) or Self-Directed IRA with Rocket Dollar and put your money to work. New Street Advisors Group – a commission free, fee-only fiduciary Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). Their mission is to provide transparent financial planning, portfolio management and investment advisory services to their clients. Check out our episode with their lead advisor, Delano Saporu!
1:32:47
December 13, 2020
61. (REPLAY) How Delyanne Is Pursuing Financial Independence and Retiring By Age 45 | Delyanne Barros of Slay The Stock Market
elyanne Barros came to the United States as a child from Brazil, and spent much of her life in Miami as an undocumented immigrant. She was eventually able to go to law school, but when she graduated in 2008, she had $150,000 in student debt and no wealth to her name. After discovering the FIRE movement (Financial Independence / Retire Early), she began pursuing her own debt-free journey, paying off $110,000 in student loans in 10 months. Today, Delaynne carries no debt and has built a net worth of over $300,000. She plans to achieve FIRE by 2028. Through her digital course, Slay The Stock Market, she provides her clients with investing coaching so that they can achieve their own financial goals to fund their dream life. You can follow her on Instagram and Twitter or join her Facebook Group. Editors Note: Since this episode was recorded, Delyanne paid off her student loans 5 months ahead of her originally scheduled debt free date of December 25, 2020, and has accelerated her FIRE journey even faster! You can read her story in NextAdvisor and Business Insider. This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣ Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to accelerate your investing goals! M1 Finance –  investing, borrowing, and cash management in one easy-to-use platform. Build a portfolio of stocks and ETFs for free! Public – Join the investing social network and start trading with any amount of money, commission-free. SoFi Invest – Fund an Active Investing account with $1,000 or more, and you’ll get $50 in free stock. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. New Street Advisors Group – a commission free, fee-only fiduciary Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). Committed to transparent financial planning, portfolio management and investment advisory services. Scholar Raise – Open a 529 College Savings Plan in minutes and start saving for your child’s future college education.
1:03:23
December 6, 2020
60. How To Face Your Fears And Step Into Your Power | Cat Del Carmen, Biz Coach & Creator of Follow That Fear Podcast
Cat Del Carmen is a business & life coach and the host of the @FollowthatFear podcast. She started her podcast because she was sick & tired of seeing bad ass women around her playing small and fearing their own greatness. Cat set out to build a community where women follow their intuition, go after their goals imperfectly, and take massive action. Her podcast pushed her to start her coaching business & now she helping women build and monetize their businesses through her digital courses and group coaching sessions. You can follow Cat on Instagram at @CatDelCarmen, and check out her programs at CatDelCarmen.com
50:24
December 3, 2020
59. How Marc Went From Foster Care to Financial Advisor & Paid Off $80K in 3 Years | Marc Russell of BetterWallet
Marc Russell is a financial advisor and creator of the personal finance Instagram account @betterwallet. Marc has amassed over 50,000 followers by providing no-nonsense financial advice and sharing his amazing journey to pay off $80,000 in 3 years. He's passionate about educating people of color about the importance of building generational wealth, avoiding lifestyle creep and debt, and investing. He's been featured in NextAdvisor. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to accelerate your investing goals! SoFi Invest – Fund an Active Investing account with $1,000 or more, and you’ll get $50 in free stock! Public – Investing meets social media. Start trading with any amount of money, commission-free and chat with other investors about their moves today! Webull – Trade stocks, options, ETFs, all commission-free, $0 minimum deposit. Now open an account, get a free stock. Roofstock – Earn passive income by purchasing rental homes with tenants. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Rocket Dollar account holders have the power to invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. Open a Self-Directed Solo 401(k) or Self-Directed IRA with Rocket Dollar and put your money to work. New Street Advisors Group – a commission free, fee-only fiduciary Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). Their mission is to provide transparent financial planning, portfolio management and investment advisory services to their clients. Check out our episode with their lead advisor, Delano Saporu!
1:02:57
November 29, 2020
58. How To Retire Early and Live An Intentional Life | A Purple Life
In this episode, we're talking with the award-winning anonymous blogger known as Purple from A Purple Life, a blog that she uses to document her FIRE journey.  Purple is a Black woman who worked in marketing and retired in 2020 at the age of 30! She has an amazing story and we're excited for you to hear it! In this episode, Purple discusses How she discovered FIRE What her spending habits were like before she decided to pursue FIRE What motivated her to change her relationship with money How she built intentionality into all her decision making Selling all her stuff and becoming a nomad Why pursue FIRE was so important for her How the pandemic affected her plans This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to accelerate your investing goals! SoFi Invest – Fund an Active Investing account with $1,000 or more, and you’ll get $50 in free stock! Public – Investing meets social media. Start trading with any amount of money, commission-free and chat with other investors about their moves today! Webull – Trade stocks, options, ETFs, all commission-free, $0 minimum deposit. Now open an account, get a free stock. Roofstock – Earn passive income by purchasing rental homes with tenants. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Rocket Dollar account holders have the power to invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. Open a Self-Directed Solo 401(k) or Self-Directed IRA with Rocket Dollar and put your money to work. New Street Advisors Group – a commission free, fee-only fiduciary Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). Their mission is to provide transparent financial planning, portfolio management and investment advisory services to their clients. Check out our episode with their lead advisor, Delano Saporu!
46:10
November 22, 2020
57. What You Need To Know Before Investing In Real Estate | Ogechi Igbokwe of One Savvy Dollar
Ogechi Igbokwe is a financial educator, real estate investor, and founder of OneSavvyDollar. After purchasing her first property at 21 and paying off her $26,000 student loan debt in 2017, she created OneSavvyDollar for one purpose: To inspire and empower millennials (young adults) into saving more, paying off debt, and building wealth so they can live their best lives. Her personal finance tips and money story has been featured on Credit Karma, BravoTV Blog, GoBanking Rates, Discover, The Street, Journey to Launch, Nerd Wallet and many more. This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ Check out some of our fave money tools to help you start your real estate investing journey! Roofstock – Earn passive income by purchasing rental homes with tenants. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Rocket Dollar account holders have the power to invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. Open a Self-Directed Solo 401(k) or Self-Directed IRA with Rocket Dollar and put your money to work. Credit Karma – Free credit scores, reports and insights. Get the info you need to take control of your credit.
44:07
November 15, 2020
56. How to Stop Sabotaging Your Financial Goals and Start Pursuing Financial Freedom | Cinneah El-Amin of Flynanced
Cinneah El-Amin is the creator of Flynanced, a debt free travel and financial freedom blog where she inspires readers to fly financially free. At only 26, Cinneah has traveled to 28 countries across 6 continents and is often asked how she affords to travel. Realizing that many of her millennial peers were struggling with managing their money, were not building wealth, and were yearning to travel without financial barriers, she created Flynanced to answer that call. In her own finances, Cinneah is on track to become debt free this year and kickstart her financial independence journey. She seeks to change the narratives for Black millennial women to live life without debt, build generational wealth, and see more of the world on their terms. With a background in financial services and business management, Cinneah brings tangible and accessible personal finance knowledge to her readers. She is based in NYC. This episode is powered by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to accelerate your investing goals! M1 Finance - Combine investing, borrowing, and cash management in one easy-to-use platform. SoFi Invest – Fund an Active Investing account with $1,000 or more, and you’ll get $50 in free stock! Public – Investing meets social media. Start trading with any amount of money, commission-free and chat with other investors about their moves today! Webull – Trade stocks, options, ETFs, all commission-free, $0 minimum deposit. Now open an account, get a free stock. Roofstock – Earn passive income by purchasing rental homes with tenants. Fundrise – Invest in REITs & earn passive real estate income! Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days. Rocket Dollar – Rocket Dollar account holders have the power to invest in any asset class allowed by the IRS. Invest securely and easily in Real Estate, Startups, and more. Open a Self-Directed Solo 401(k) or Self-Directed IRA with Rocket Dollar and put your money to work. New Street Advisors Group – a commission free, fee-only fiduciary Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). Their mission is to provide transparent financial planning, portfolio management and investment advisory services to their clients. Check out our episode with their lead advisor, Delano Saporu!
1:12:44
November 8, 2020
55. How To Be Your Own Boss | Kerry Deliz, Financial Coach & Online Biz Strategist
Kerry Deliz is a financial coach and business strategist who works with women to become their own sugar daddies (even if they are married). Kerry began her career in ecommerce over a decade ago. In 2009, she began doing financial coaching in NYC as a volunteer and that was where her journey in personal finance began. She knew she had to get her financial sh*t together, and her wake up call came when she moved in with her boyfriend, now husband.  After ignoring the truth of her debt, she realized she had over $70,000 in debt.  Learn how Kerry got her finances in order, quit her corporate job to start her own business, and how she know helps women be bad asses with their own money.  This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout! Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to get your small business game right! Gusto – Helps businesses like yours onboard, pay, insure, and support your hardworking team. Payroll, benefits, and more. Keeper Tax – Helps freelancers & 1099 contractors find tax write-offs among their purchases. The average member finds $1249 in extra tax savings every year. Fresh Books – Tracks every dollar in and out of your business so you can run reports anytime and easily see how your business is doing. Melio – A digital bill payment solution for small businesses. Pay and get paid for invoices quickly, simply, and without any of the usual costs. Crowdcast – Our preferred platform for webinars! Simple & powerful Q&As, webinars, live courses & online summits with your audience.
1:06:44
November 1, 2020
54. How To Channel Your Inner Hustler | Delilah Dee, Founder and CEO of SHFT Media
Delilah Dee holds many titles, but is most known as a symbol of positivity and inspiration to her Philadelphia community. The proud Latina is a true definition of a 24/7 businesswoman.  She is the founder and CEO of SHFT Media — a digital content & events agency focused on empowering communities of color to transition from dreamers into doers. Delilah is best known for her work in event  curation and experiential marketing working with brands such iHeartRadio, HBO, Google, SalesForce, and many more bringing high quality events and opportunities to the City of Brotherly Love.  Her work is fueled by a passion for creating meaningful experiences targeted towards under-represented communities and enterprising women. Some of these accomplishments include producing iHeartRadio’s National Jingle Ball concert in Philadelphia, acting as co-lead for Philly StartUp Week, and contributing to multiple local/national events.  Whether she's producing benefit concerts, tech startup events, managing SHFT WORLD, her amazing AF online store of inspirational merch or hosting her series of pop-up photoshoots to connect women powerhouses; Delilah's multi-layered career continues to grow and positively impact those around her, serving as a catalyst for her community to pursue their dreams.  This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp – Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month just for Yo Quiero Dinero listeners, just use the code "dinero" at checkout!  Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣  Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero Partners to get your small business game right! Gusto – Helps businesses like yours onboard, pay, insure, and support your hardworking team. Payroll, benefits, and more. Keeper Tax – Helps freelancers & 1099 contractors find tax write-offs among their purchases. The average member finds $1249 in extra tax savings every year. Fresh Books – Tracks every dollar in and out of your business so you can run reports anytime and easily see how your business is doing. Melio – A digital bill payment solution for small businesses. Pay and get paid for invoices quickly, simply, and without any of the usual costs. Crowdcast – Our preferred platform for webinars! Simple & powerful Q&As, webinars, live courses & online summits with your audience.
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October 25, 2020
53. How To Build Wealth With Real Estate | REI Brothers
Oscar & German Buendia are are the founders of REI Brothers and GoodDay Capital. REI Brothers is a social media outreach and education platform, where Oscar & German showcase their podcast, blog, and projects. Good Day Capital is their Real Estate Investing Firm for the purpose of syndicating apartment buildings.⁣ ⁣ German Buendia is an active duty  Gunnery Sergeant, in the United States  Marine Corps, and has been serving the nation for the last 18 years.  Currently Stationed at Camp Pendleton,  California, where he is fully pursuing his dream of owning and operating multi family real estate and helping others  achieve their financial freedom goals. ⁣  ⁣ In 2016, German began his real estate investing experience by fixing and flipping houses  in Southern California. During that time, he realized that buy and hold real estate  strategy aligned best with his goals. He currently owns and operates 20 units worth $1.5 Mil. and plans to retire from the Marine Corps in 2021, and from there fully devote his time and skills  to continue growing his real estate portfolio and business.⁣ ⁣⁣ Oscar has been investing in real estate since 2013. He initially attempted different real  estate strategies such as wholesaling and fix & flip with a local area group. Quickly, he realized that this was not his niche. In 2017, he went the buy and hold route and  purchased his first duplex. For this, he was able to buy below market value, do a minor  rehab and force appreciate the asset. This opened his eyes to the benefits and long-haul  journey to financial freedom.⁣ ⁣ In 2019, Oscar partnered up with his brother German, with the initial intention to  purchase a few properties in Ohio. That soon changed when they found a 20-unit rental  portfolio. From there they networked and problem solved their way to purchasing this  portfolio. Currently they are working towards stabilization and then disposition of  assets. Their eyes were open on how to scale to larger assets, and from there they have set their sites on raising capital and apartment syndication.⁣ Connect with Oscar & German at https://linktr.ee/REIBrothers Website: GoodDayCapital.com Instagram: @REI_Brothers Facebook: @RealEstateInvestingBrothers YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHQxZM5HVM3LqNgk7jLTCbw  LinkedIn GoodDay Capital: https://www.linkedin.com/company/goodday-capital Check out these Yo Quiero Dinero affiliates to accelerate your real estate investing goals: Invest in Real Estate without the hassle through Fundrise Have your advisory fees waived for 90 days when you join! Purchase Turnkey Rental Properties Through Roofstock Roofstock makes investing in single-family rental properties radically simple.
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October 18, 2020
52. How To Make A Career Pivot And Reinvent Yourself | Fabi Paolini, Brand Strategist & Business Coach
Fabi Paolini is a Brand Strategist and Online Business Coach who helps entrepreneurs generate massive breakthroughs in their businesses through the power of intentional and disruptive brand positioning, the same principles that allowed her to create a radical transformation in her business and go from struggling entrepreneur to thriving business owner with a multiple six-figure annual income in a matter of 18 months. She has helped over 200 entrepreneurs build premium brands that attract with marketing strategies that convert.  In 2016, Fabi (pregnant with her first child) & her husband made the difficult decision of leaving everything behind in Venezuela, and Fabi was faced with the reality of having to restart her career from scratch in the United States. After multiple trials and errors, Fabi unlocked the secret to success by trusting her gut, and built a successful multiple six-figure home-based business. ⁣⁣ You can follow Fabi on:⁣ Facebook: ⁣⁣https://www.facebook.com/fabipaolini/ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fabipaolini/⁣⁣ ⁣⁣LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fabipaolini⁣⁣ ⁣⁣Her Website: https://www.fabipaolini.com/ ⁣⁣ Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣ Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ ⁣⁣
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October 11, 2020
51. First Generation Immigrants Can Be Investors Too | Nathaly Minda of The Financial Talk
Nathaly is a first-generation Ecuadorian and financial influencer on YouTube at The Financial Talk. She immigrated to Canada for studies and her life experiences abroad led her to self-educate on money management and wealth building. Nathaly's goal is to build a a career in Wealth Management and create a financial platform for newcomers from Latin America. By sharing her debt and wealth journey, she seeks to empower other women and immigrants to be financially independent and live their best life.  In episode 51, we're talking about Nathaly's investing journey as a first gen immigrant, and these other topics: Making scary decisions in pursuit of opportunity Seeking money abundance⁠ Robo-advisors , what they are, and how you can use them as a newbie investor ⁠How she started her investment journey⁠ ⁠Investing while in debt⁠ Follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram⁣: https://www.instagram.com/yoquierodineropodcast⁣ Check out the Yo Quiero Dinero blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/⁣ ⁣⁣
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October 4, 2020
50. How To Leverage Your 9-5 Skills To Build Your Business | Lissette Calveiro, Social Media & Influencer Marketing Expert
Lissette Calveiro is a Miami native and New York City transplant, working in the heart of the city as digital strategist, content creator and business coach. An established influencer and content creator for more than 4 years, her digital channels focus on money, business and influencer marketing advice, with a pinch of her lifestyle recommendations and global finds. She has a strong pulse on the millennial and Gen-Z community. Lissette was previously Director of Influencer Marketing at Ogilvy and has more than 8 years experience in PR and digital marketing, working across global and Fortune 500 brands in different genres. Her expertise is in social media, influencer marketing, digital partnerships, and earned media strategy. You can follow Lissette on Instagram and TikTok, and check out her website, https://lissettecalveiro.com/ In episode 50, Lissette and I chat about:⁠ Inheriting money beliefs⁠ from our parents and how to tackle them ⠀ ⁠The limiting belief of only being able to work in a career that aligns with your degree⁠⠀ ⁠Battling imposter syndrome on the road to building a brand and becoming an influencer⁠⠀ ⁠How to begin believing that your experiences validate your expertise⁠, even if you don’t have the titles and credentials that you think you need…⠀ and so much more! You can follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and check out our blog at yoquierodineropodcast.com.
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September 27, 2020
49. How To Protect Your Business Using Trademarks | Taylor M. Tieman, Esq. of Legalmiga®
Taylor M. Tieman, Esq. is an attorney and founder of Legalmiga®, an accessible legal services membership created specifically for small business owners and entrepreneurs. She assists and advises her clients on how to legally protect their brands, services, products & content through the effective use of preventative measures and legal strategy. Taylor operates a virtual law firm based out of Los Angeles, California and specializes in trademarks, contracts, copyright, podcasts, and business formation. She is currently a member of the Latina Lawyers Bar Association & the Mexican-American Bar Association. In episode 49, Taylor and I discuss: ⁠The not-so-sexy but SUPER important aspects of owning a small biz⁠⠀ Becoming a lawyer and then realizing that not everyone is making a ton of money with a law degree ⁠How to avoid copyright infringement⁠⠀ All things trademarking and the trademark process!⁠⠀ You can follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and check out our blog at yoquierodineropodcast.com.
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September 20, 2020
48. A Beginner's Guide To Investing | Delano Saporu of New Street Advisors Group
Delano Saporu is the Founder and Lead Financial Advisor of New Street Advisors Group, an Independent Registered Investment Advisory firm based in NYC serving over 150 households.  He's on a mission to make quality financial advising and literacy accessible for everyone.  Delano earned his BS/BA in finance, banking, and portfolio management from UNO CBA in 2012. He went on to earn his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth in 2018, garnering nearly a decade of experience working in finance during and after his studies.  In alignment with his mission, Delano provides free financial literacy resources. Leveraging digital marketing tactics, he shares financial tips on social media and hosts a financial literacy podcast.  You can keep up with Delano and his business on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter, or listen to the weekly “Your Money. Your Life.” podcast on Apple and Spotify. Learn more about his business at www.newstreetadvisorsgroup.com. In this episode, we break down lots of investing information in a way that you can understand. We're talking 401(K)s, IRAs, ETFs, Index Funds, and more! For the full episode show notes, visit yoquierodineropodcast.com/episode48.  You can follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and check out our blog at yoquierodineropodcast.com.
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September 13, 2020
47. How To Balance Marriage, Motherhood and the Mogul Life | Elaine Gonzalez-Johnson of Mogul Mami
Elaine Gonzalez Johnson is a visionary, educator and entrepreneur. Elaine is best known for her role as the Founder and Executive Director of Latinas in Motion- a national organization created to encourage women of color to get active. Elaine inspires and empowers women across the world to exercise and adopt healthy habits. This self-proclaimed "Mogul Mami", is an all-around inspiration—as much for her contagious energy as her willingness to break stereotypes. ⁣ ⁣In 2017, Elaine created a tool to help women dream out loud: “Plan, Pray, Slay- The Planner”. This is not an ordinary planner; this fully functional tool was created to help dreamers execute a plan for whole life success. Elaine has sold over 3,000 copies worldwide.  Elaine is passionate about sharing her story with others. Elaine's down-to-earth personality and frequent pop-culture references have established her as a sought after speaker. On November 29, 2018, Elaine was selected to share her mission statement at the (sold out) Michelle Obama "Becoming" event. It's safe to say, this is only the beginning.    ⁣Most recently, Elaine launched the Mogul Mami Podcast (available on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, iHeartRadio, Spotify and Spreaker). She uses this platform to discuss all things faith, family and fitness. Within 9 short months, Elaine has reached 12,000 downloads on her channel. She continues to empower her community to lead with love and work on purpose.   ⁣⁣ ⁣Elaine has a Masters of Science in Higher Education from Drexel University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Bloomsburg University. She is a Philadelphia native, currently residing in the city with her beloved husband Darryl, daughter Eva and son Ian. You can follow the Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and check out our blog at yoquierodineropodcast.com.
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September 6, 2020
46. How Yaritza Scored $200,000+ In Scholarships & Got A Free Ivy League Education | Yaritza Gonzalez of College Money Chica
Yaritza Gonzalez is a higher education professional with a college admissions coaching side hustle called College Money Chica. Through College Money Chica, Yaritza teaches Latinos the tips and tricks helped her land over $200,000 in scholarship money, bankrolling her private and ivy league education. She attended Seton Hall University in New Jersey and later earned a graduate degree from NYC's Columbia University’s Teachers College, where she earned a Masters in Higher and Post Secondary Education. Yaritza is on a mission to let every Latino know that DEBT-FREE COLLEGE IS POSSIBLE AND ATTAINABLE. She was raised in Puerto Rico and in Northern NJ and is currently based in the greater NYC area. Scholarship Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Scholly Big Future
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August 30, 2020
45. How To Stop Letting Money Create Stress In Your Life | Anna N'Jie-Konte, CFP & Host of First Gen Realness Podcast
Anna N'Jie-Konte is a passionate believer in the empowerment of women and minorities in America. She is the founder of Dare to Dream Financial Planning: a fee-only, virtual financial planning firm that serves the needs of 30 & 40 something year old women of color who want to live boldly and make a lasting impact on their family tree. She is also the host of the “First-Gen Realness” podcast. There, she engages in conversations with her fellow first-generation Americans in order to reinforce their value and immense contributions to the fabric of America. By fostering a sense of community, she hopes to remind her peers that they matter, their stories are important and they are not alone in attempting to navigate multiple cultures with grace. Anna is a native New Yorker; lover of everything related to food, the Gambia, Latino history, West African culture, and literature. When she doesn’t have her head buried in a spreadsheet, you can find her working out, re-reading literary classics, hanging with her husband and three daughters, or dreaming about her next adventure.
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August 23, 2020
44. How To Know If You're Ready To Invest In Real Estate | Loida Velasquez, Realtor at eXp Realty
Loida Velasquez is a real estate agent with Team BC at eXp Realty in Southern California who has built most of her business through the old school approach of cold calling and door knocking. Prior to transitioning into real estate in late 2014, Loida worked in the marketing and advertising industry for 8 years and the combination of that experience along with her passion for real estate, has allowed her to become successful in a short period of time. Currently, Loida is well known in the real estate community through her YouTube Channel and Instagram, where she helps thousands of agents through her real estate related videos!
28:32
August 20, 2020
43. How Margo Used Side Hustles to Pay off $10,000 in 6 Months! | Margo Burr of Unworthy Debt
Margo Burr is an On-Air Fashion and Lifestyle Expert & Entrepreneur based in Baltimore, Maryland. Margo started her entrepreneurial journey by creating a side hustle called Queens of Glam Academy, a Modeling Dance and Fashion school for girls ages 3-13.  She provides the opportunity for her girls in the program to model in her televised fashion segments, while also developing their self esteem. She also started a second side hustle, Groove Kidz, a mobile preschool dance and gymnastics program that is for kids ages 2-5 in preschools in Maryland. Using these side hustles, Margo was able to was able to pay down over $10k within 6 months! You can find out more about Margo on her website.
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August 16, 2020
42. Why Investing Is A Revolutionary Act For Marginalized Communities | Georgiy Roykhman of Funancialism
Georgiy Roykhman, better known as Funancialism is a behavioral analyst, social media content creator and Youtube influencer that believes financial health needs to be prioritized. Georgiy is a refugee from the former Soviet Union. He learned his first lessons about investing while playing the trading card game Yu-Gi-Oh! He came to the realization that almost every inch of our institutions AVOID teaching about finances such as how terrible credit card debt is or how investing works. Funancialism believe this is an unintentional design which perpetuates so much inequality in our society. Knowledge is half the battle, institutional change is needed – but can we really just wait around until the government changes to become more inclusive? It's up to individuals to find communities (or even create communities) that teach about investing, money hacks, and how to get financially healthy. You can find Funancialism on Youtube and Instagram!
1:09:29
August 9, 2020
41. How Meriam Paid off $16,000 in 10 Months | Meriam Seboka of Melannial Money
Meriam Seboka is a German immigrant with Ethiopian heritage and the creator of Melannial Money. On Melannial Money, Meriam is sharing all her tips about budgeting, crushing debt and building generational wealth. Meriam found her passion for financial literacy soon after graduating from college while trying to improve her credit score. Her passion led her to switch careers to become a High School Teacher in order to teach young people about the importance of managing their money. Find out how Meriam paid off over $16,000 of debt in the past 10 months! You can follow Melannial Money on Instagram, and check out Meriam's blog at MelannialMoney.com.
41:52
August 6, 2020
40. Why You Should Stop Trying To Do It All | Jennifer Hemphill of Her Dinero Matters
Jen Hemphill, a military spouse & proud bilingual Latina, helps the busy career-oriented woman become the reina (queen) of her money and love her dinero more.  She is a Money Confidence Mentor, an AFC® (Accredited Financial Counselor), author, speaker and hosts the Her Dinero Matters podcast. The Her Dinero Matters podcast is focused on the advancement of U.S. Latinas to minimize the gender wage gap while creating a healthy, confident conversation around money. She has been featured in publications such as Forbes, Clark Howard, USAA, Oprah Magazine and award-winning podcasts like SoMoney and Stacking Benjamins. You can find her on various social media platforms as listed here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenhemphilll Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moneywithjen/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenhemphill/ https://www.instagram.com/herdineromatters/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenhemphill/
49:06
August 2, 2020
39: How Ava Became Debt Free While Teaching English Abroad | Avagail Lozano of Avagail Adventures
Avagail Lozano is a Filipinx-American originally from California but loves traveling and living the expat life. She's the founder and creator of Avagail Adventures, where she shares her travel adventures and lessons as an expat. She graduated college in 2010 with thousands of dollars of student loans. She got her first "big girl" job, and then lifestyle inflation kicked in! After financing a car, her debt ballooned to $50,000. In 2016, she was facing a quarter life crisis & a ton of pressure from loved ones to settle down and get married. Knowing that she wanted more out of life, Ava threw caution to the wind and moved to South Korea to teach English. She became totally debt free in December 2019 and paid off more debt working as an ESL teacher on half the salary she made while working in a corporate role in the USA. And she did it while still being able to travel all over Asia! You can follow Ava on Facebook and Instagram.
56:52
July 30, 2020
38. How Sarah Built a Business That Celebrates Diversity | Sarah Farzam of Bilingual Birdies
Sarah Farzam is the founder and CEO of Bilingual Birdies. She’s half Mexican and half Iranian and grew up in LA. Sarah started Bilingual Birdies in NYC in 2007 with three students and has grown it to a 21 city operation across the US, Canada, and Australia where bilingual educators license the program to start their own Bilingual Birdies businesses to share their languages and culture with kids while earning money. Her intention with her work in Bilingual Birdies is to create a space where children can increase their cross-cultural awareness and celebrate diversity. You can follow Bilingual Birdies on Instagram and Facebook.
55:50
July 26, 2020
37. How Valery Paid off $76K & Started a Side Hustle While Working Full Time | Valery Vargas of the Dainty Dollar
Valeria (Valery) Vargas is a 28 year old Latina, a first generation immigrant, board game enthusiast, bookworm, and entrepreneur. She graduated from Rutgers University with her Bachelors in Psychology. She the owner and creator of The Dainty Dollar, a money coaching service that empowers women and millennials to pay off thousands in debt, organize their finances, and build wealth to fearlessly pursue their dreams. Valery is a DACA (Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals) recipient, and shares her experience of being an immigrant in America while trying to manifest the American Dream. You can follow Valery on Instagram & Facebook and check out her blog and money coaching services at The Dainty Dollar.
40:07
July 23, 2020
36. First Gen Struggles: Perfectionism, Imposter Syndrome & Mental Health | Natalie Torres-Haddad of Financially Savvy Latina
Natalie Torres-Haddad MPA, AWA is a two time TEDx Speaker known for her talks The Foreign Language of Financial Literacy and The Confidence Gap.  She is an international Award-Winning Author, a bilingual podcast host of Financially Savvy in 20 Minutes, international keynote speaker and educator. Her activities have been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post & The LA Times. Natalie is a first generation College Graduate from California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) in Finance and International Business with a Masters in Public Administration from California State University, Northridge (CSUN). Natalie focuses on helping those in debt work towards financial independence. Born in El Salvador and raised in Inglewood, CA during the LA Riots, she quickly understood that the lack of higher education opportunities combined with financial illiteracy was rampant in her community, and stifling people's access to basic human rights. She started investing in real estate at 24 and began advocating for financial literacy and female empowerment for equal pay. Her challenges dealing with student debt led to Natalie suffering from depression. This experience has influenced her to advocate for mental and financial health to be taught in all schools and work environments. You can follow Natalie on Instagram.
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July 19, 2020
35. How Your Mindset Affects Your Mental Health And Your Money | Cinthia Lindheimer (Fercci) of Ask Fercci
Cinthia Lindheimer AKA Fercci is a Venezuelan entrepreneur, blogger, influencer and creator of Ask Fercci, a health and wellness blog focused on providing women with verified information about the trendiest topics about health and wellness. She is a former ballerina who came to the USA from Venezuela at the age of 17 to pursue the American Dream. After deciding to end her ballerina career, Fercci had to figure out how to support herself while living in New York City. This led her down a path of self-discovery that completely transformed her life and her relationship with money. She's a firm believer in the power of mindset and your ability to manifest the live of your dreams. You can follow Fercci on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and blog, Ask Fercci. 
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July 16, 2020
34. How Millennials Can Invest In Multi-Family Real Estate | Luc D’Abreau & Daisy Serrano of the Make It Rain Podcast
Luc D’Abreau & Daisy Serrano are a Multi-cultural Millennial couple, Multifamily Real Estate Investors, and Creators & Hosts of the Make It Rain Podcast, a podcast that focuses on Multifamily Real Estate Investing for Millennials.   Luc’s educational and professional experience is in the Architecture, Engineering, & Construction industry. His varied and in-depth experiences range from project management, to business development, to strategic initiatives. His inherent systems thinking strengths, coupled with forming customer relationships and business strategy experience enables him to identify opportunities and lay out tactics to leverage solutions. He has been involved with projects valued at over $750MM over the last 8 years. He is a limited partner in 445 units across two assets in Texas (totalling $36.8MM), is part of the National Black MBA Association and African American Real Estate Professionals. His goal in real estate is to create generational wealth, leave a legacy, and provide a better life for his family.  Daisy has over 10 years of experience in international relations, education management, and counseling. She has worked with clients in 25+ countries and has thrived supporting large organizational and governmental structures. She is a limited partner in 253 units in Texas (totalling $20.7MM) and is a leader with the Women’s Real Estate Network (WREN), as well as with Prospanica: The Association of Hispanic Professionals. Her goal is to help more people (especially millennials!) have opportunities to invest in real estate multifamily, retire her parents in the next 5 years, uplift and empower her community through mentorship/access, and be a positive role model for her family. You can follow Luc & Daisy on Instagram and check out the Make It Rain podcast on your favorite podcast platform and follow them on Instagram.
1:16:36
July 12, 2020
33. Why Voting Matters For Your Dinero | Amanda Miguel of Pinche Millennial
Amanda Miguel is an advocacy and public policy professional by day, and status quo disrupter by night. Amanda created Pinche Millennial Studios to spur her fellow millennials to see policy in their every day lives and view civic engagement as the norm.  ABOUT PINCHE MILLENNIAL  Now the largest US age demographic, millennials (over 82 million) have surpassed the Boomer Generation of 75 million, which in the past has been the standard for policy creation. With the belief that participation is powerful, Pinche Millennial Studios produces digital content that encourages civic engagement and public discourse. Register to vote at votolatino.org! Fill out your census at 2020census.gov!
1:17:01
July 5, 2020
32. How Carmen Paid Off $57K, Quit Her Job & Transformed Her Life | Carmen Perez of Make Real Cents
Carmen Perez is a Personal Finance Content Creator and Founder of Make Real Cents, a personal finance platform dedicated to helping people achieve financial independence and avoid the mistakes she made early on. In 2016, Carmen started a journey towards becoming debt free- she had terrible credit, no money saved, and was sued for her student loan. She has since completely transformed her finances and has paid off approximately $57,000 of debt in two and a half years. Carmen officially became debt free in Sep 2018 and in August of 2019, after saving up, Carmen quit her job in finance to learn how to code. Carmen has been featured in Forbes, The Skimm, and is currently a member of Business Insider's Money Council for 2020. This episode has been sponsored by Scholar Raise. Save for college the smart way. Sign up at www.scholarraise.com/dinero
58:21
June 28, 2020
31. Why Achieving Financial Independence Matters For Communities of Color | Julie and Kiersten Saunders of rich & REGULAR
Julien and Kiersten are the couple behind the award-winning blog and forthcoming book, rich & REGULAR.  Their mission is to inspire the African American community to consider and adopt the FIRE lifestyle as a path to building generational wealth. The couple has used frugal living, real estate investing and their online business to set themselves on a path to achieving financial independence by 2021. Their story has been featured in publications like Forbes, the NY Times and CBS This Morning. When they're not sharing stories about their experiences with money, they are parents to their son Beau, traveling the world or searching for their next great meal. You can follow Julien & Kiersten's journey on their blog rich & REGULAR and check out their new YouTube series, Money On The Table. They're also on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!
1:22:10
June 21, 2020
30. How Melissa Paid Off 102K and Bought a House in the Same Month! | Melissa Jean Baptiste of Millennial in Debt
Melissa Jean-Baptiste is the woman behind Millennial In Debt, her social media channel where she shares her journey to pay off $102,000 in debt and money advice with her thousands of followers "battling debt one ramen noodle meal at a time!"  Melissa is a 31 year old first generation Haitian American, an NYC public school teacher for the last ten years, and the co-founder/ content creator of the Millennial In Debt brand. Melissa is the writer and director of the Millennial In Debt Web Series as well as the co-founder and content creator for Trials N’ Tresses LLC. She has blended her love for writing and financial literacy into a satirical series highlighting the pitfalls of the millennial generation when it comes to love, relationships, employment, and student loans. Melissa's astounding debt payoff story has been featured on Good Morning America. You can follow Melissa at Millennial in Debt on YouTube and Instagram.
1:09:33
June 14, 2020
29. Money Is Also Female & Latina | Laura Fortuna of The Fortune Coach
Laura Fortuna is a Latina entrepreneur, Dominicana, tax accountant, public speaker, and an NFEC (National Financial Educator's Council) Certified Financial Education Instructor. As a personal finance coach, Laura educates Latinas through her Instagram community of money comadritas @thefortunecoach, and her monthly CFO Newsletter. Laura’s mission is to financially empower the Latino community, one woman at a time. Laura graduated from Salem State University’s business and accounting undergraduate program, and she hold's a Masters Degree in Taxation from Northeastern University in Boston. She is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Massachusetts. You can follow Laura at The Fortune Coach on Instagram, and sign up for her free newsletter here.
55:49
June 7, 2020
28. Get Uncomfortable with Being Comfortable | Lidia De La Cruz of Poderosa Coding
Lidia De La Cruz is a Latina millennial born and raised in the Bronx. Her parents immigrated to the U.S as many others do, to chase the American Dream. The oldest of four children, Lidia struggled with finances to the point where attending college was always put on the back burner. In 2018, Lidia graduated from Lehman College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. During her first 3 years of school, Lidia for school paid out of pocket maxing out credit cards in the process. Finally, she decided to take out a loan to finish her senior year. She is now debt free after paying off $30,106   in 11 months. Now, Lidia is sharing her journey to transition into a career as a Software Engineer via her new blog, Poderosa Coding. You can also follow Poderosa Coding on Instagram.
58:39
June 6, 2020
27. Why Carlos Left Wall Street To Build a Financial Startup | Carlos Hernandez of Crediverso
Y’all, I’m so excited! It’s the first time we’re hosting a caballero on the show! In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Carlos Hernandez, Founder and CEO of Crediverso, the nation’s first personal finance information website catering specifically to the US Latino community. Charlie grew up in a Mexican-American family in Los Angeles. He is an accredited attorney in California and holds three degrees from Harvard. He gave up a career on Wall Street to found Crediverso. Carlos is committed to helping the Latino community get more access to information about personal finance.  In this episode, Carlos and I talk about: His experience going from the suburbs to the city in Los Angeles, and then transitioning from that to super uppity (white) Harvard. What made him walk away from a lucrative career on Wall Street to start Crediverso. The lack of financial mentors in the Latino community and some hypotheses about why this is the case. Why Latinos are the future of the US economy Imposter syndrome, and feeling out of place in your own community What’s in my wallet! Carlos does a deep dive into my credit card profiles to see what’s working and what’s not.  You can follow Carlos on LinkedIn, and follow Crediverso on Instagram. Be sure to check out crediverso.com to access all their incredible resources FOR FREE, in English and Spanish! Loving this episode? Be sure to share it and please leave a review on your favorite podcast platform!
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May 31, 2020
26. How Judy Quit A Stressful Job & Built A Full Time Biz | Judy Elizabeth of Hear Me Finance
Judy Elizabeth is a money coach and creator of Hear Me Finance. Born and raised in LA, she grew up in an immigrant household that constantly struggled with money.  She working her way through school, she landed a great job but quickly found herself overworked, stressed, and emotionally spending. After a life changing trip overseas, Judy walked away from her career of 11 years in 2019 to coach women and couples on their journey to financial freedom. After paying off $11,000 of credit card debt and over $20,000 of student and auto loans, she decided she didn’t want other women to have to go it alone as she did. She helps women go from broke to financially confident and use their money as a tool to create the life of their dreams. You can follow Judy on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.
40:49
May 25, 2020
25. How Angel Uses Travel Hacking To Travel For Free | Angel Trinh of Pennywise Traveler
Angel Trinh is the founder of Pennywise Traveler, a lifestyle and travel blog where she shares free weekly NYC events, travel tips, and money advice. She has been to 35 countries to date, and all 7 continents. By day, she works in tech (cyber security). She's passionate about personal finance and travel, and you can find her frequently researching different ways to get more savings and miles. Angel is a big fan of travel hacking, and in this episode, she shares tips about how she's maxing her travel savings. Her personal finance game is so on point, too! She has no debt,  a 800+ credit score, retirement accounts maxed out with 5 figures in investments, and over 6 months in savings. She's been featured on the Today Show, BuzzFeed x Bank of America, and on Forbes for her work in money, travel, and technology. You can find Pennywise Traveler on Instagram and Facebook.
57:13
May 17, 2020
24. How Kara Paid Off $25K While Making Less than $30,000 | Kara Perez of Bravely Go
Kara Perez is the founder of Bravely Go, a feminist financial education company. Bravely focuses on bringing actionable, intersectional and accessible financial education to people via pop up events and online community. Additionally, Kara co hosts the award winning podcast The Fairer Cents, which has been named the top money podcast for women by Forbes and The Balance. Kara has been featured in the New York Times, Forbes, NPR, Glamour, ABC Nightline News, and US News and World Report as a financial expert. She lives in Austin, TX. Follow her on Instagram and Facebook.
25:10
May 10, 2020
23. How To Invest In Yourself | Jully-Alma Taveras of Investing Latina
Jully-Alma Taveras, also known as Investing Latina, immigrated with her family from the Dominican Republic at the age of 4, has a career in the fashion industry, and has a passion for personal finance. She created Investing Latina to have money conversations with other Latinas and BIPOC (Black/Indigenous People of Color) to better navigate the financial system. She uses her platform on Instagram, Twitter,& YouTube to reach her goal: to inspire women to invest and become financially powerful.
1:06:17
May 3, 2020
22. How To Build Your Own Income Empire | Joy Valerie Carrera Of Build With Joy
Joy Valerie Carrera is a Digital Advertising & Operations Strategist, Creative & Tech Enthusiast. She's the host of the Basic Brown Nerds podcast, and runs Carrera Digital, a social media marketing & digital advertising agency working with impact-driven tech startups, people, and creatives. Learn about her mission to empower POC creatives and businesses through the power of data and how you can leverage your skills to build a digital empire. You can follow Joy on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and her website.
1:29:06
April 26, 2020
21. How Vanessa Uses Tech To Live and Work Across The Globe | Vanessa Menchaca of Wander Onwards
Vanessa Menchaca is a proud Mexican-American woman from Los Angeles, California. She is a travel tech professional and owns 2 travel brands - Wander Onwards and With Love Travel that focus on helping people live a life they love. She’s been to 50 countries, lived in 4 different regions, and currently resides in Munich with her German husband and Chinese cat… for now. ⁣⁣ Find out how Vanessa is using geoarbitrage to kick her personal finance goals into overdrive! ⁣⁣We also talk about traveling while brown, and she shares some crazy experiences she’s dealt with when crossing borders! You can find Vanessa on Youtube, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
1:11:52
April 19, 2020
20. How Jasmine Took Control Of Her Career Destiny | Dr. Jasmine Escalera, Career & Life Coach
Dr. Jasmine Escalera is a sassy Puerto Rican woman born and raised in Brooklyn NY. She fell in love with chemistry in high school and went on to receive her Bachelors degree in biochemistry from Pace University and PhD in Pharmacology from Yale. About halfway through her time at Yale, she decided to make a pivot and follow her passion of helping populations in need. Since receiving her PhD, she has held high level management positions within hospitals and non-profits designing programs that increase the quality of life and healthcare options for underserved populations. Last year, Jasmine went on her own career journey and questioned her path and next steps. During this exploration, she realized that there was a gap in career resources for women of color. She decided to fill that gap by founding a coaching business that specifically focuses on empowering women of color to develop skills that will ensure they can step into their greatness within their career and beyond. You can follow Dr. Escalera on Instagram and visit her website for a Free 30 minute career consultation. She's a huge proponent of LinkedIn, so check her out there as well!
47:16
April 15, 2020
19. How One Millennial Family Paid off Over $99k of Debt in 5 Years | Sahirenys Ortega Pierce of The Poised Lifestyle
Sahirenys Ortega Pierce is a millennial Latina mom from San Diego with a background in financial planning. As a stay-at-home mother and entrepreneur, she is using her platform, The Poised Lifestyle, to help women handle their finances and lifestyle with poise. As a Dominican-American of immigrant parents, her family was heavily affected by the 2008 recession, which started Sahirenys on her path into a career in financial planning. She graduated from California State University Northridge with a BS in Finance with an emphasis in financial planning. She worked at several financial service companies like Merrill Lynch, MetLife, and Ameriprise prior to starting her blog (thepoisedlifestyle.com). Sahirenys and her husband Freddie live in San Diego, CA with their two children, Raelyn and Lee. You can find her on Instagram and YouTube.
50:09
April 12, 2020
18. Self Love Is The Best Love | Nicole Dominguez of the Self Love Break Room
Nicole Dominguez is a community organizer from Brooklyn, NY and the creator of The Self Love Break Room, a concept that uses the power of sisterhood, vulnerability and communication to empower women to unleash their true potential. The Self Love Break Room provides a space for small groups of women to meet, share stories, advice and building lasting and meaningful relationships. You can follow The Self Love Break Room on Instagram and you can also follow Nicole on Instagram.
34:42
April 5, 2020
17. Smash the Patriarchy by Building Generational Wealth | Rita-Soledad Fernandez Paulino of Wealth Para Todos
Rita-Soledad Fernández Paulino is a sleep deprived Latina Millennial mother of two committed to creating generational wealth while smashing the patriarchy. She's a former Math teacher and turned accidental stay-at-home mom that discovered the debt free community and is using the tools and skills she's learned to secure financial freedom and security for her and her family. She is allergic to Benadryl and toxic masculinity. When she isn’t driving her children to school and her husband to work you can find her avoiding cleaning by creating tonterías on Instagram.
1:49:02
March 29, 2020
16. Emotional Resilience In Times Of Crisis | Malinda Suletsky, Certified Holistic Life, Health & TCM Mastery Coach
During times of crisis and change, it is important to know that the best tool you have is resilience. What does that mean? We’re gonna talk all about emotional resilience, why it’s important, how to build it and how to practice mindfulness during times of stress. In this episode, we are talking to Malinda Suletsky, a Certified Holistic Health, Life & TCM Mastery (Transformational Coaching Method) coach. After healing her own trauma, Malinda’s life mission has been dedicated to helping women heal their minds, bodies and spirits, so that they can live lives that truly align with their goals and ambitions. You can follow Malinda on Instagram and FaceBook.
1:01:45
March 26, 2020
15. How Liz Quit Her Job To Pursue Entrepreneurship | Liz Enriquez of Ambitious Adulting
Liz Enriquez is a Personal Finance mentor who helps millennials become more confident investors and money managers. She is the founder of Ambitious Adulting. Liz was born in Mexico and moved to Canada when she was 5. Her family of 6 lived in a motel and then a 2-bedroom apartment. After struggling with anxiety, Liz recognized she needed to take control of her finances to feel secure and at peace. At age 18 she started investing and saving aggressively. This helped her pay off her student loans, buy two properties and reach a 6-figure net worth by age 28. Follow her on Instagram and YouTube.
46:05
March 22, 2020
14. How Dannielle Paid Off $26K in 26 Months! | Dannielle Romoleroux of First Gen Money
Dannielle is the founder of First Gen Money, a financial literacy company that focuses on the first-generation population, those who are first to graduate from college or build wealth in the U.S. Dannielle hopes to empower and educate Latinas in their money journeys. Born and raised Jersey girl with Ecuadorian immigrant parents, Dannielle graduated from Rutgers University in 2015 with a Political Science and Women’s and Gender Studies Degree, along with over $30,000 in student loan debt. As of December 2019, Dannielle lives debt-free, having paid off $26,385 in 26 months. Follow her journey on Instagram and YouTube. She also has a Slack group to join! Find the link in her IG bio.
31:03
March 17, 2020
13. How Delyanne Is Pursuing FI/RE to Retire By 45 | Delyanne Barros of Slay The Stock Market
Delyanne Barros came to the United States as a child from Brazil, and spent much of her life in Miami as an undocumented immigrant. She was eventually able to go to law school, but when she graduated in 2008, she had $150,000 in student debt and no wealth to her name. After discovering the FIRE movement (Financial Independence / Retire Early) she decided to create Master My Fire, a financial coaching practice, to raise awareness about achieving financial freedom. She is also pursuing her own debt-free journey, currently paying off $110,000 in student loans in 15 months. She plans to be debt-free by December 2020 and achieve FIRE by 2028. Through her digital course, Slay The Stock Market, she provides her clients with investing coaching so that they can achieve their own financial goals to fund their dream life. You can follow her on Instagram and Twitter or join her Facebook Group.  Editors Note: Since this episode was recorded, Delyanne paid off her student loans 5 months ahead of schedule and has accelerated her FIRE journey even faster! You can read her story in NextAdvisor and Business Insider.
1:03:19
March 16, 2020
12. How Yanely Paid Off $20K in 18 Months | Yanely Espinal of MissBeHelpful
Yanely Espinal was born to immigrant parents from the Dominican Republic in Brooklyn, NY. She attended Brown University for her undergraduate degree and went on to receive her masters degree during her corps commitment with Teach for America. After two decades of school, she still can't believe she never had a class about making smart money decisions! Now, she's on a mission to help the next generation learn personal finance in a fun and engaging way! Yanely combined her love for teaching with her passion for financial literacy, creating a unique YouTube channel, called MissBeHelpful, covering topics like credit cards and credit scores, budgeting, investing, student loans and retirement. She is the Director of Educational Outreach at a non-profit called Next Gen Personal Finance, and she frequently facilitates financial literacy workshops and teacher trainings throughout the country. You can follow her on Instagram, Facebook, and check out her website.
40:29
March 15, 2020
11. YQD Masterclass: Coronavirus and the Stock Market
We’re talking about how the Coronavirus is affecting the stock market, how to prepare for an increase in financial instability, and how the stock market works, so that you can understand what’s currently happening and why.
31:08
March 15, 2020
10. How To Build A Life You Love | Kim Parrales of Vive Tu Vida
Kim Parrales is the millennial-immigrant mind and founder behind Vive Tu Vida, a creative outlet that shares mindful-ish & bilingual reminders to inspire others to live their lives in their own terms. During the day, she is what she likes to call herself, a Marketing Fairy at Fratelli Beretta. ⁣ ⁣ Kim’s story is the American story. She came to the USA at age 17 from Ecuador armed with a dream and an hustler’s spirit. Through trials and tribulations, she’s managed to create a life in her own terms, and in this episode, we talk about specific ways that you can build the life of your dreams. ⁣ ⁣ You can follow Kim on Instagram and Twitter.
1:15:39
March 8, 2020
9. YQD Masterclass: Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about IRAs.
17:48
March 1, 2020
8. I Got My Mind On My Money | Diana Pinedo of Ms. Informed Latina
Have you ever felt extremely overwhelmed by all the things you should be doing physically, mentally, spiritually, and financially, but you don’t even know where to begin? I know I have, and today’s guest is reshaping her life’s mission because of those exact same feelings. In this episode, we feature Diana Pinedo, Founder and CEO of TheMisInformedLatina. ⁣ Diana is using her frustration to fuel her passion for uplifting, mentoring and empowering Latinas to live their best lives! During the episode, we discuss her personal journey to self discovery and how that’s shaping all aspects of her life, including a relationship with money. ⁣ ⁣ In this episode, we are talking about all things mindset and how a shift in your mindset can help you take control of your money and your life, instead of them controlling you! When you become conscious of ways you may be self sabotaging, you can take the necessary steps to reshape that narrative and harness your true potential. You can follow Diana on Instagram and Twitter.
1:26:09
February 23, 2020
7. Set Yourself on FI/RE | Mrs. Miller from Millers on FIRE
Y’all, let’s set ourselves on FIRE (relax, this is a GOOD thing!) FIRE stands for Financial Independence/Retire Early! Who doesn’t want that, am I right? In this episode, I’m talking to Mrs. Miller from the blog Millers on FIRE. The Millers are a couple in their 30s sharing their money optimization skills and journey to reach FIRE. Mrs. Miller is a Latina and native New Yorker. She is a first-generation college graduate who is on the FIRE journey along with her husband. On her blog, she focuses on financial independence and early retirement. Millers on Fire is full of money hacks, cost-cutting tips, money mistakes and what the Millers have learned about budgeting, saving, investing and travel hacking. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter!
1:32:40
February 16, 2020
6. How Kristhy Paid Off $35K in 1 Year | Kristhy Cavero of KC Money Management
Today’s episode features an amazing and inspiring guest, Kristhy Cavero of KC Money Management. For the last six years, Kristhy has been a senior accountant at a global consumer electronics company. Despite being a full time accountant, financial literacy was not a subject she was well versed in. This led Kristhy to immerse herself in mastering key concepts of personal finance, which helped her pay off 35K of debt in 1 year! With her newfound debt freedom, Kristhy became a Dave Ramsey Certified Master Financial Coach and founded KC Money Management - a coaching business dedicated to helping others fine tune their budgets, get out of debt, and build real wealth. She hopes to inform and inspire others to break the cycle of debt and live a financially healthy life. Follow KC Money Management on Instagram!
33:35
January 27, 2020
5. How I Side Hustled My Way to 46K in 2019
Side hustles are so trendy these days, it seems like everyone is trying to figure out how to start one! But if you don’t yet have a side hustle and aren’t sure where to begin – maybe you’re not even certain what a side hustle really is – you might be feeling a bit out of the loop. We are going to talk about what exactly is a side hustle, how they work, and how to get in on the side hustle craze. Then, we’ll talk how I earned an extra $46,000 in 2019 using a very common side hustle! Share your side hustle wins by emailing me at info@yoquierodineropodcast.com, and make sure to check out this article on side hustles on the YQD podcast blog: https://yoquierodineropodcast.com/f/11-ways-to-side-hustle-your-way-to-financial-freedom Make sure to follow YQD on Instagram and Facebook @YoQuieroDineroPodcast! Last, but not least, check out my food blog at DelishDlites.com, and follow me on social @delishdlites
26:49
January 8, 2020
4. How to Battle Imposter Syndrome & Do The Scary Sh*t
Happy New Year! Are you on one of those “New Year, New Me” trips? If so, this episode is for you! Doing the scary sh*t is the key to having it all. Let’s talk about what that means, and how you can use this philosophy to level up in 2020 and beyond.
14:26
January 2, 2020
3. Your Self Worth Determines Your Net Worth
The way you manage your money as well as how much you make is directly tied to how you view and value yourself. Cue the mic drop! In this week’s episode, we talk about how to tackle self-esteem issues that may be causing you to live a life of scarcity instead of abundance.
16:41
May 20, 2019
2. Let’s Talk About Investing
Investing gives a lot of people more anxiety than El Cuco, but it really doesn’t have to be that way. Investing in the stock market can be just as simple as heading to your local bodega for a lottery ticket. But unlike jugando los numeros, investing in the stock market can reap great rewards, as long as you know some basic information. In this episode, we are talking all things investing. Find more investment terminology here.
27:22
May 10, 2019
1. Welcome To Yo Quiero Dinero!
Yo Quiero Dinero - A Personal Finance Podcast for the Modern Latina Episode #1 Pilot. Check us out on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube!
11:45
April 26, 2019