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This is the stuff you millionaires in the making need to know to kick start or propel you on your financial fitness journey. Tracey Bissett, Founder of Bissett Financial Fitness and award winning Financial Literacy Champion, gives you the straight goods each week to set yourself up for financial success. As a former executive at TD Bank, one of Canada's Big 5 Banks, Tracey has worked with and in support of thousands of individuals and entrepreneurs to secure the financing they needed. This h ...
 
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Andrew Hallam is a personal finance journalist, speaker, and the internationally bestselling author of Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School and Millionaire Expat: How To Build Wealth Living Overseas. Before Andrew’s 20th birthday, he started to invest. By the time he reached his late 30s, he had enough mon…
 
Erica Alini is the personal finance reporter, where she writes about all things personal finance, business, and economics. In this episode, Erica will be joining the show to discuss her new book, Money Like You Mean It: Personal Finance Tactics For The Real World, as well as her advice for building a financially stable life. Listen in as she gives …
 
With so much going on right now (pandemic, job loss, holidays, etc.), how are we supposed to become financially fit? This is a question many are asking themselves as we approach the end of 2021, a year that rivals 2020 in terms of its difficulties. So, in this episode, I will be explaining the key to financial success and how to become financially …
 
Today, we are celebrating four years of Young Money! Together we have created 225 episodes, we are listened to in over 40 countries, and we have surpassed 200,000 downloads. It is my privilege to create fun, educational content and to host amazing guests to inspire you along your financial fitness journey. In this episode, I will be sharing the top…
 
There are many frightening things out there, such as spiders, snakes, etc. However, there is one thing that scares many people more than anything else: having debt. Despite this, many consumers cannot find their way out of debt due to the amount of confusing and overwhelming information available. This is where today's guest, Erin Skye Kelly, steps…
 
You may have heard Sex and the City is rebooting the franchise with their new show called And Just Like That. If you were a fan back in the day or are watching the show now to get ready for the reboot, you are in for a treat today. In this episode, I will be shining a spotlight on the show and, in particular, who is more financially fit—Sarah Jessi…
 
Financial literacy means having the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make responsible financial decisions. This requires small, imperfect actions each day and showing kindness to ourselves when we make a misstep. So, in today’s training, I will be sharing the three reasons why financial literacy matters at work and how to ensure you are maximiz…
 
Many of you, like me, watched the Adele special with Oprah Winfrey. If you didn’t watch it, you probably heard about it, as reports put viewership at over 10 million viewers. I am a huge fan of Adele and would put her concert in my top 5 shows of all time. However, I am not only a fan of her music. I also recognize that we can learn a few key finan…
 
Rishi Vamdatt is the 12-year-old creator of Easy Peasy Finance, an award-winning resource that spreads financial literacy by breaking down complex financial concepts. Having been featured on CBS New York and many radio shows and podcasts, Rishi has touched the lives of over half a million kids, parents, and teachers, and he joins me today to discus…
 
D'Arcy McDonald is the Senior Vice President, Retail Deposits, Investments & Payments of Scotiabank, where his goal is to help customers become better off through convenient everyday banking, payment, and investment advice experiences. As we continue our celebration of Financial Literacy month, D’Arcy joins the show to discuss the recently released…
 
November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada, and there is no better time to talk about financial fitness and why it is so important to be financially fit all year round. It is increasingly crucial that Canadians have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make informed decisions about their finances as the financial marketplace grows increasin…
 
Happy small business month! We are celebrating all of our small business owners in Canada this month, and what year it has been. As the pandemic continues, small businesses have had to navigate an ever-fluctuating market and get really creative as they come up with solutions to keep their businesses running. So, in this episode, I want to take some…
 
Linda Stern is a Senior Manager and Licensed Insolvency Trustee at Crowe Soberman Inc. With over twenty-five years of experience working in Canada, primarily in consumer insolvency matters consulting with individuals overwhelmed with debt, Linda helps people find solutions that work best for their financial and personal situations. In this episode,…
 
Lena Sisco is a former Department of Defense (DoD) certified Military Interrogator and Naval Intelligence Officer who served in the Global War on Terror. In 2013, Lena started her own company called The Congruency Group to offer specialized consulting and training services. Today Lena joins the show to discuss body language and the power of being a…
 
Stephanie Koonar is a marketing professional, academic, career coach, and workshop facilitator. Stephanie offers “Meaningful Career” private coaching and online courses supporting young people and those in mid-career transitions. Today she joins the show to discuss the importance of finding your reason for living—or ikigai—in order to live a more p…
 
Anjali Pradhan, CFA, is an investment coach to women through her business Dahlia Wealth. She teaches women to invest their money so that they can grow their wealth and live a life filled with opportunity, and her services are offered through a unique online program called “Investing for Boss Ladies.” In this episode, Anjali will be joining the show…
 
Deciding on a purchase can be harder than it seems. As a society, we are bombarded with choices and advertisements are everywhere fighting for our attention. People go about the buying process in many different ways, from researching everything to making a split-second decision on what to spend their hard-earned dollars on. So, in this episode, I a…
 
Today I’m going to be sharing how to maximize your employee benefits package. You’ve heard me talk about the importance of reading through legal agreements before, and the same is true when it comes to this area. Read everything related to your benefits, make notes, ask questions, and ask for a guide. To help you understand the important parts to b…
 
Sabita Singh is the President of Trivetta Consulting Inc, which she formed in 2018. After recognizing the power of LinkedIn, Sabita specialized in becoming a strategic LinkedIn coach, trainer and speaker. She is now known for writing all-star LinkedIn profiles for her clients to improve their visibility. Today she joins the show to discuss how to b…
 
I am passionate about helping young millionaires in the making accomplish their goals by becoming financially fit, and a key part of this equation is education. Unfortunately, paying for school can be stressful, but it is possible for you to reduce the financial burden with scholarships. So why not make use of other people’s money? In today’s episo…
 
We are all in different places in our financial fitness journey. Similar to physical fitness, we could be taking our first step off the couch to walk around the block, or we could be further along and training for a marathon. It is the same when we talk about financial fitness—we could be simply learning about credit cards, or we could be learning …
 
We have been fortunate to have so many amazing guests on the show over the years, sharing their stories and knowledge with us. From children as young as seven to young adults making waves in the investment space, these millionaires in the making have so much wisdom to give. So, in this episode, I want to provide you with some of my favorite clips f…
 
The 2021 Tokyo Olympics have been unlike any we have had before. Delayed by a year due to the pandemic, and with COVID-19 restrictions in place resulting in health precautions and limited attendance, this year's Games have offered many lessons and takeaways that can be applied to financial fitness, and I'm excited to share those with you today. Lis…
 
Connor Craig joins the show today to share his perspective on post-secondary education life, internships and what he’s been learning about financial literacy. He’s in the Business Management and Organizational Studies program at Western University, and is doubling up with internships at both Capital Markets and with me at Bissett Financial Fitness.…
 
Ean Price Murphy founded Moxie Bookkeeping & Coaching Inc to work with creative businesses and nonprofits - companies who are usually deeply engaged with their work but frequently not comfortable with numbers. In this episode, Ean joins the show to discuss her journey from bankruptcy to successful business owner, as well as the lessons she learned …
 
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