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We Talk about Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship. I invite authors, speakers, and experts in the field.

We Talk about Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship. I invite authors, speakers, and experts in the field.
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We Talk about Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship. I invite authors, speakers, and experts in the field.




071 Azfan Jaffeer, How to Become Dangerously Efficient

More Azfan is a member of our McGill Toastmasters club. I have seen his journey from beginner to now that he has become a good speaker and a good leader. He shares his view of optimism, and personal development at work and his personal life. Work: Azfan is a business consultant with the company Salesforce. He teaches businesses to use technology in the most efficient way. Azfan sees his work a bit different than many people. He's not there merely to...


070 Darrell West, Why Is America So Divided?

More The book is a family memoir about political polarization in the United States. He draws on his personal story of growing up as a fundamentalist Christian on a dairy farm in rural Ohio, then as an academic in the heart of the liberal East Coast establishment, Brown University. On one side of his family, his two sisters are Christians fundamentalists (who love President Trump) on the other side his brother is gay and liberal (who...


069 Daniel Davis interviews Alain

More Daniel Davis inteviews Alain Guillot (me) about my entrepreneur's journey


068 Rob Carrick, Canada's personal finance vigilante

Rob Carrick has been a journalist for the Globe and Mail newspaper for the past 20 years. In my opinion, he's the best personal finance journalist in Canada. I never feel that he has a hidden agenda or that he's trying to sell me product/service. I feel that his true motive is to help me make better financial decisions and to protect me from the avalanche of misleading information out there.


067 Mark D. White, Batman and Ethics

More Mark D. White is Chair and Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the College of Staten Island/CUNY, where he teaches courses in philosophy, economics, and law. Batman has been one of the world’s most beloved superheroes since his first appearance in Detective Comics #27 in 1939. Clad in his dark cowl and cape, he has captured the imagination of millions with his single-minded mission to create a better world for the people of Gotham City by...


066 Jennifer Brown,

More Jennifer Brown is an entrepreneur, speaker, diversity and inclusion consultant, and author. Her best selling book Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace and The Will to Change creates the case for leaders to embrace the opportunity that diversity represents, for their own growth and for the success of their organizations. Jennifer is the host of the popular weekly podcast, The Will to Change, which uncovers true stories of diversity and...


065 Cameron Herold, How to get Free PR and grow your business or brand

More Cameron was an entrepreneur since his childhood, his whole family are entrepreneurs. At age 21, he had 14 employees. By 35, he’d help build his first TWO $100 MILLION DOLLAR companies. By the age of 42, Cameron engineered 1-800-GOT-JUNK? spectacular growth from $2 Million to $106 Million in revenue, and 3100 employees— and he did that in just six years. His companies landed over 5,200 media placements in that same six years, including coverage on...


064 Travis Jones building a $10 million fitness business

More Travis JonesResults-Based Training


062 John Certalic

More John was the son of a single mother He was put in foster care for the first 16 months of his life After college, he got a job as a high school English teacher for 7 1/2 years After the teaching job, he got a job as an executive recruiter for almost 3 years Then he started his own recruiting company and worked in it for 24-25 years. On 2004 he closed his business to start a missionary care ministry, Caring for Others, with his wife...


063 Coming back to podcasting

Two months without podcasting. I was having a lot of personal problems and I decided to stop podcasting. I just didn't have it in me. After two months, I have solved most of my problems and now I am back, this time for good.


061 Dr. Danielle R. Moss. The Me Too Movement

More Danielle R. Moss is a TED Speaker, an educator, and a writer. In this episode, we speak about the cost of education, The MeToo movements, financial hardship suffered by victims of sexual harassment and Black history month.


060 Kevin Kelly, The Inevitable

More Kevin is a co-founder of Wired Magazine. Founded in 1993, Wired Magazine focuses on how emerging technologies affect culture, the economy, and politics. Kevin Kelly has written many books, his latest is called The Inevitable. College drop out Went to Asia to do photography and Asia became his university We spoke on whether a young person should or should not go to college Last week we had an interview with Darrell West, 059 who says that Robots,...


059 Darrell West; Will we lose our jobs to Robots, AI, and Automation?

More ‎ Are you at risk of losing your job to Robots, AI, or Automation? If so, this episode is for you. Our guest today is Professor Darell West and we will talk about his new book, the future of work. Profesor Darrell West an author, political scientist, and political commentator. He has written about technology policy, mass media, campaigns, and elections in the United States.


058 Eldra Jackson: How to break the cycle of toxic masculinity

More When I was a little boy, I used to fight a lot. When I was 14 years old, I was a bully (yes, I am ashamed of it). The one instance I regret the most is when I harassed a boy who was very insecure about himself. Today, those thoughts weigh heavy in my mind and heart and I haven't yet forgiven myself. I wish I could find that boy and ask him for forgiveness. I feel that I have to pay back a lot to society, and to oppressed groups before I forgive...


057 David Burkus, a Friend of a Friend

David Burkus is the author of three books: The Myths of CreativityUnder New ManagementFriend of a Friend Daily BurkusTED Talk#readwithburk in your favorite social media.


056 Nas from The Gender Knot; Money and gender

More Our society is shifting. The traditional role between men and women are changing and this change is bringing a lot of confusion about how men and women should interact with each other. Traditionally, men have been the breadwinner of the family while women stayed at home. Well now, in many household women are earning more. How do we deal with that? Nas (Nastaran Tavakoli-Far) is a journalist and the podcast host and producer of the podcast "The...


055 Justin McCurry retired at 33 with over $1 million

More Justin McCurry, retired at the age of 33. He has a wife and three kids. Within 10 years he went from zero to millionaire. In this episode he tell us how he did it. "Through careful saving and planning, I managed to accumulate enough wealth to make me financially independent which allowed me to retire at age 33. When I retired in 2013 I expected to have fun, but not this much fun!" Notes from the intereview Frugal since he was in high...


054 Brian Portnoy, The Geometry of Wealth

More Brian Portnoy, Ph.D., CFA is currently the Director of Investment Education at Virtus Investment Partners. A U.S. based asset management. He has spent the last 25 years as an educator, investor, and strategist. As an educator, he writes a lot of content, mostly on the field of behavioral finance and he travels around the world to give talks on the same subject. We spoke about his two books, The Investor's Paradox and The Geometry of Wealth, where...


053 Peter Lazaroff, CFA; Making Money Simple

More Peter Lazaroff is a contributor to the Wall Street Jounal, and Forbes, and he just wrote a book, Making Money Simple, which is available for pre-order and will be released this coming March. He's the Co-Chief Investment Officer at Plancorp, which manages over $4 billion for individuals, institutions, and retirement plans. He also serve in the same capacity for robo-advisor called BrightPlan, which allows investors of any size to plan and save for...


052 Jonathan Clements

More Jonathan Clements has spent the last 33 years writing and thinking about money out of which he spent almost 20 years at The Wall Street Journal, where he was the newspaper’s personal finance columnist. He's the founder of the website, he has written a novel and eight personal finance books, and also contributed to five others. We spoke about From Here to Financial HappinessHow to Think About Money.Easterlin paradox:Easterlin...