In this episode I sat down with Alan Collinge of Student Loan Justice. Alan has spent over a decade working on understanding and providing solutions for student loan debt. He has built a massive following and has been featured on every major news network to talk about student loan debt. Check out his work at:
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My guest on this episode, Jocelyn Paonita, graduated from college debt free after earning over $125,000 in scholarship money both during AND while in college. She has since gone on to create her own course, The Scholarship System, which coaches people how to implement the strategies she used to earn scholarship money to graduate debt free. Can you imagine $125,000 in scholarship money and what that would mean to a young person? That could mean buying their first car, their first house, or even the wedding of their dreams. This episode is POWERFUL. You MUST, MUST share this with anyone you know that is either in college or in high school.
Here's A Little Background About Jocelyn
If you are interested in checking out more about The Scholarship System, click on the link below to view Jocelyn's Free Webinar!
Did you know that there's an app that will pay your student loan debt by just playing trivia? this week's episode I sat down with Preston Blakely of Givling, Inc. the app that does just that. In this episode we dive into:
I hope you enjoy this episode and definitely check out the app, Givling, on iTunes! As always, keep climbing guys!
In this episode, I sat down live on Facebook with a financial and media expert in the world of physical therapy, Dr. Ben Fung, PT, DPT, MBA. Dr. Fung breaks down how to approach getting the job that you want and how to leverage your skill sets in order to be compensated the highest you can be compensated. For more information about Dr. Fung, check out his website: http://drbenfung.com/
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How did this amazing couple turn their net worth from $51,000 in credit card debt to over $750,000 in just over a decade? This newest episode of the Breaking Student Debt Podcast features the Debt Free Guys, hosts of the Queer Money Podcast and authors of the book The 4 Principles of a Debt Free Life. The strategies in this episode are game changers and the ways in which David and John tackled their credit card debt can also apply to those faced with student loan debt.
Check out their work at: http://debtfreeguys.com/
Or purchase their book, The 4 Principles of a Debt Free Life by clicking the link below:
It was a huge honor to record this episode with Financial Rockstar Scott Alan Turner of the Scott Alan Turner Show, a podcast dedicated to educating every day people about personal finance. He is also the author of the 99 Minute Millionaire: The Simplest and Easiest Book Ever on Getting Started Investing and Becoming Rock Star Rich.
Scott breaks down so much about hacking his way out of student loan debt in this episode.
For more about Scott and his podcast, check out his website: https://scottalanturner.com/
To get a copy of Scott's Book, The 99 Minute Millionaire: The Simplest and Easiest Book Ever on Getting Started Investing and Becoming Rock Star Rich, you can purchase it here:
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In this episode with guest, Joseph Reinke, the CEO of FitBUX, we discuss whether or not we are currently headed towards a student loan bubble. A few weeks ago I was watching The Big Short, which is a great movie that provides some insight into what led to the housing market crash a decade ago. Watching it, it all eerily reminded me of what is currently happening with how we use student loans when it comes to higher education. Immediately there was one person I thought of who could help enlighten me about whether there would be any connections. Enter Joe Reinke, the CEO of FitBUX. Are we headed for a student loan bubble? Find out tomorrow morning.
To learn more about FitBUX and Joe Reinke, check out their website by clicking here.
Want to hear more from Joe? He has been a regular guest on The Knowbodies Podcast where he has discussed budgeting and also broke down my own student loan situation with a case study. Check them out by clicking the links below.
Joe Reinke discusses budgeting on The Knowbodies Podcast
Joe Reinke takes my student loan situation and provides a case study
T. In this episode I speak with Dr. Jared Casazza, PT, DPT about how travel physical therapy is helping him cut down on his student loan debt. In this episode we chat about how he and his girlfriend have gone to some creative measures to keep their costs low including buying a camper to live in while they travel.
If you are interested in learning more about Jared's travel experiences, check out his blog at fifthwheelpt.wordpress.com
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This week's episode is all about BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS and why those relationships can ultimately lead to exponential financial success. I'm no financial expert, but I do know that the victories I've achieved when it comes to starting a small business have come from building solid relationships. In this episode I break down the importance of providing VALUE first before seeking any type of help, advice, or mentorship.
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In this episode I go on a little bit of a vent session about the emotional toll debt can take on a person. I have to admit I go on a little bit of a soapbox about the cost of education and I get passionate about the real emotional consequences that cost has. I don't like to look at the negative side of life, but being transparent is important to me, and not every day is the most positive. Leave a comment if you agree, disagree, or just need to vent too!
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