Alfred explains the steps you need to take to protect the health of your finances, your business—and most importantly, yourself. Also, I’ll be speaking with one of our favorite Wealthy Thinkers, Tarra Jackson, also known as Madam Money. Jackson, author of the book Financial Fornication: Avoid Financial and Credit Dis-Ease, will talk about the new income creation trend she calls “dualpreneurship”—and why you may soon be pursuing it, if you’re not already.
I talked with Senator Corey booker about the current state of affairs on various issues but most notable was his response to President Trumps comments about the Senator allegedly running Newark, New Jersey in the ground when he was Mayor. More from AURN White House Correspondent April Ryan
The Dangers of Materialism. Materialism is defined as the excessive desire to consume and acquire material goods. JB Bryan asks the hard questions about your financial habits. She faces the problems head on and offers immediate action steps. Are there events or habits that cause materialism or is it an attachment to social status and approval? Materialism can kill your financial plans. Check out this podcast and win the battle against materialism!
I’m here to give you a much-needed attitude adjustment, before you put your financial healthy at risk for the sake of people-pleasing and holiday cheer. Trust me—you’ll thank me later—about three months from now, when others are being hit with a tidal-wave of credit card bills they haven’t budgeted for.
Amma Asante director talks about new movie Where Hands Touch, the movie takes place In 1944, where a 15-year-old girl, daughter of a white German mother and an African father, meets a member of the Hitler Youth. They become bound by the realization of the horrors being committed around them.
Summer is over, fall is in full swing and, yes, the holiday shopping season is upon us. I know—where did the year go? With all this in mind, I have the perfect topic for today: If you don’t want to destroy your budget and wrack up a lot of debt, listen up to learn how super savers roll, and you should do what they do. Also, for the past several weeks I’ve been inviting you to submit questions you’d like me to answer on the podcast. You’ve responded with some excellent questions, one of which...
This is the podcast that single parents have been asking about for years! Here is how to build wealth when you are head of household. Check out these key financial steps to take today. Your family is depending on you.
This week George has Traci Braxton in the studio to talk about her new album and popular TV show. Traci Renee Braxton, is an American singer, reality television personality and radio personality. She is the younger sister of American R&B singer Toni Braxton. In 2011, Braxton reunited with her sisters for the WE reality show Braxton Family Values.
April talks to Joshua DuBois an executive, political commentator and religious leader who served as the head of the Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships in the Executive Office of the President of the United States from 2009-13.
The truth about instant gratification: indulging your every desire is the exact opposite of the habit of delayed gratification necessary to build wealth and gain financial stability. Also, for the past several weeks I’ve been inviting you to submit questions you’d like me to answer on the podcast. You’ve responded with some excellent questions, one of which I will answer on today’s podcast. Listen up: You may not have asked the question, but chances are, you will be helped by the answer.
Here is how to be financially empowered with confidence. After listening to this podcast you will never follow the crowd again. Developing your financial identity may be key to your long term financial success. Check out JB Bryan's financial tips on really making it financially!
Nobody likes to deal with the consequences of divorce. However, if you are choosing to end your marriage, that choice is being made by partner or you are mutually agreeing to go your separate ways, you need to be proactive about protecting and planning for your financial well-being. On this edition of Money Matters Wealthy Thinking, I share some of the basics you need to focus on so that you get through a divorce with minimal damage to your finances.