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The Encouraging Christian Fathers podcast is a weekly source of encouragement and parenting insight for christian fathers. The show is co-hosted by Joshua Sheats (a 30-year-old father of 2 young children) and Joshua's own father, David Sheats (a 73-year-old father of 7 grown children and grandfather of 11). The combination of David's 51 years of parenting experience and Joshua's fresh and current challenges lead to engaging and relevant discussions on all aspects of parenting!
 
Life Meets Money exists to help you Plan to Fund the Life you Love and to sort out the signal from the noise. We are inundated with information and data every minute of every day. On this show we’ll cut through the chaos and serve up the wisdom of experience. I am Matt Miner, your guide as we talk with amazing people about life and money - as they connect to work, relationships, values and goals.
 
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It’s all about entrepreneurship, post-MBA career blues, and seizing the day. Nick Palmisciano, Albert Chou and I share their stories and experiences as serial entrepreneurs and conclude that the most important thing, whatever you want in life, is to start. I almost titled the show “Time Goes By and you Can’t Get it Back” but “Marketing that Doesn’t…
 
Today’s show features imaginary clients Mike and Jennifer Murray. Mike is a consulting engagement manager with a big-four accounting firm earning $250,000 per year. His wife homeschools their three children ages 10, 8, and 6. They own a $600,000 home in a leafy Atlanta suburb and we’re going to make sure they’ve taken the necessary steps to protect…
 
Today’s show expands on our risk management discussion as we dip a toe in the water of physical preparedness. Whether you wear a tinfoil hat is up to you, but everyone can learn the lessons of Covid-19 and the Great Toilet Paper Crisis of 2020. We discuss disaster preparedness planning, Joshua’s career in podcasting where he reminds us you miss 100…
 
Today’s interview with Joshua Sheats is loaded with life and money wisdom focused on the broad topic of Risk Management. We begin our conversation with the seven stages of financial independence, Stage 0 – Total Financial Dependence, Stage 1 – Financial Solvency, Stage 2 – Financial Stability, Stage 3 – Debt Freedom, Stage 4 – Financial Security, S…
 
J. Money lets it all hang out as we discuss his career to date participating in and serving the personal finance blogging industry. J.’ll shoot you straight on managing creative tasks like blogging - cadence and consistency, mixed with stubbornness, trump inspiration every time. We discuss ideas and business that failed, as well as J.’s decision to…
 
Benefits planning offers real tax savings to employees who are thoughtful about this important part of their financial plan. It’s kinda dry, and you have to interface with HR, but the payoff is totally worth it. Today’s show covers employer-provided retirement plans, including pre-tax and Roth contributions, Health Savings Accounts and QHDHP (Quali…
 
On the same page with your spouse when it comes to money? Elle Martinez of Couple Money discusses how she and her husband made progress toward that goal, even though – and you’ll find this shocking - they turned up in the marriage with their own personalities and different money histories. We discuss money dates and paying a price to win. For more …
 
Unpacking the theme of mentorship by connecting knowledge with skill, mentorship, and sponsorship in a model for career and business success. I also share a quick scan of the massive quantity of excellent books I read in August 2020. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.lifemeetsmoney.com/15…
 
We all suffer tragedy and setbacks. How we respond to difficulties is a defining part of what we accomplish in life. In today’s show Brian discusses the founding of RestoraPet, the death of his co-founder Kenny Kramm, and the importance of excellent mentors. For more, go to https://www.lifemeetsmoney.com/14…
 
Home is where the heart is. Besides that, housing choices are ground-zero for your wealth building – or for making you poorer than you need to be. In today’s show we cover how much house and mortgage you can afford and still become wealthy, why house prices are shooting up in 2020 even though the economy is badly hurt, and how government policy fav…
 
Housing transactions are some of the heavy-hitters in your financial plan. Today’s interview with Steven Squires discusses how (and whether) to work with an agent when the time comes for you to buy or sell a piece of real estate. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.lifemeetsmoney.com/12…
 
Informational Interviewing is your best tool if you’re in a transition or see one on the horizon. Today’s show covers what an informational interview is, the stages of this effort, and how to conduct a great informational interview that leaves everyone happy for spending time together. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.lifem…
 
Mary Beck brings world-class tips to structure your life so your work doesn’t feel like work, to create simplicity in the midst of complexity, and to build a career based on treating others the way you want to be treated. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.lifemeetsmoney.com/podcast/mary-beck-white-sutton…
 
Structuring your family, including your budget, to support homeschooling requires intentionality. And, homeschooling comes with its own direct costs. This episode addresses planning your money to make homeschooling a reality for your family. For more helpful details, visit https://www.lifemeetsmoney.com/podcast/homeschool-budgeting…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic compelled many families to pursue their children’s education from home. Through those efforts, and because of concerns about returning to day schools, some families are evaluating actual homeschool as an education choice for the first time. Today’s interview features Mrs Life Meets Money, Charity Miner, who shares the story of…
 
Anne and I talk through how to part ways with an employer when things just aren’t working out – and the benefits that come from taking action in support of your values. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.lifemeetsmoney.com/podcast/anne-mercogliano-engineer-your-own-layoffBy Matt Miner, Anne Mercogliano
 
From a FuquaVision club president to a Twitter conference with Madeline Albright, Anne brings wisdom from a wide range of experiences. She challenges all of us to ask the right questions. When you think about your career, the question is, “What do you want to do after that?” Anne urges us to know what we’re aiming for but not be too rigid in our vi…
 
We put motives of folks providing financial information under the microscope, help you position your wealth for inflation or deflation, and discuss leveraging disruption to harness the force of habit to help you achieve your goals. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.lifemeetsmoney.com/podcast/inflation-deflation-and-habit-cur…
 
Shane imparts his passion for accounting and compassion for students along with the importance of grit in any endeavor (this world-class instructor bombed his teaching during his first term at UT Austin). We unpack the tried-and-true recipe to build wealth and close our conversation with four rock-solid pieces of life advice plus five book recommen…
 
#2: Today’s quick tips: Don’t go bankrupt launching your business! and Make sure the boat is close enough to the dock before you jump will help anyone contemplating entrepreneurship – whether as a side-hustle or full-time. In addition, we cover tax planning for founders and owners of entrepreneurial businesses and how to cushion the blow when chang…
 
#1: The transition from “global expert” to “Manager of your own estate.” Wait, how does that work? Charlotte and her husband Caleb grew their firm, Analytics Pros, from a tiny startup to 75 employees before selling their business to AdSwerve in 2018. In this episode we explore entrepreneurship for kids and grownups, working and living well now and …
 
We tell our children, “You can learn by words or learn by pain.” We recommend they choose door number one! The Life Meets Money Podcast is here to help everyone learn about life and money through the wisdom and experience of the accomplished, interesting, and amazing people I know and love. When you hear their stories, you’ll love ‘em too!…
 
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It is very, very important that we consistently place progressively increasing responsibility on our children. Resources The book we're drawing from is "The New Testament Order for Church and Missionary" by Alex Rattray Hay. Yes, I paid $50 for it on Amazon. Sorry! http://amzn.to/2nfCfUz Sponsor: Samaritan Ministries "Christians helping Christians …
 
We continue our "Train Children Like Jesus..." series today with a discussion of the textbook of instruction. What textbook did Jesus use and what textbook should we use? The best healthcare option for Christians (tell them Joshua Sheats sent you): https://samaritanministries.org/
 
Today we continue with Part 4 of our series on training children like Jesus trained His disciples with a discussion of . Resources The book we're drawing from is "The New Testament Order for Church and Missionary" by Alex Rattray Hay. Yes, I paid $50 for it on Amazon. Sorry! http://amzn.to/2nfCfUz Sponsor: Samaritan Ministries "Christians helping C…
 
Today we continue Part 3 of our series on training children like Jesus trained His disciples with a discussion of the importance of study periods with your children. Resources The book we're drawing from is "The New Testament Order for Church and Missionary" by Alex Rattray Hay. Yes, I paid $50 for it on Amazon. Sorry! http://amzn.to/2nfCfUz Sponso…
 
Today we continue Part 2 of our series on training children like Jesus trained His disciples with a discussion of the importance of confronting the 'isms of our day and teaching our children to work! Resources The book we're drawing from is "The New Testament Order for Church and Missionary" by Alex Rattray Hay. Yes, I paid $50 for it on Amazon. So…
 
Today we begin Part 1 of our series on training children like Jesus trained His disciples with a discussion of the practical nature of Jesus' training. Resources The book we're drawing from is "The New Testament Order for Church and Missionary" by Alex Rattray Hay. Yes, I paid $50 for it on Amazon. Sorry! http://amzn.to/2nfCfUz Sponsor: Samaritan M…
 
"Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love." 1 Corinthians 16:13-14 Beginning with this episode, Encouraging Christian Fathers will become Radical Christian Fathers. And, this verse is the tagline for the show. --- Sponsor: Audible http://AudibleFathers.com Sponsor: Covenant Eyes http://Coven…
 
Today we discuss some of the simple and helpful advice on how to teach your young children the fundamentals of economics as inspired by this essay by Leonard Read, called "Economics for Boys and Girls." Sponsor: Audible http://AudibleFathers.com Sponsor: Covenant Eyes http://CovenantFathers.com Sponsor: YNAB http://YNABFathers.com Leave us a voicem…
 
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