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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Destiny App. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Destiny App, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Destiny App. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Destiny App, often where they are interviewed.

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DSP 018: Destiny app development, Crown of Sorrows prep guide, and major sandbox changes with Josh Hunt from Destiny Sets

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On today’s episode The Destiny Show Podcast we welcome Josh Hunt creator of and we’ll discuss the latest news from Bungie Headquarters and discuss our best strategies for getting ready for the upcoming Crown of Sorrows Raid.


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May 18 2019 · 2hr 16mins
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Take charge of your student loans with Destiny App

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Parker is a former professional football player turned wealth advisor turned entrepreneur. Together with his friend and cofounder Jerry Workman, they created Destiny, an app aimed at helping millennials pay off their student loan and credit card debt as fast as possible.


[2:0] Tell us a bit about yourself- what’s your money story?

  • Played in the NFL, noticed that debt was creating a lot of problems with his friends.
  • Parker grew up at the poverty line and saw first hand what was happening.
  • Youngest advisor on a 7 billion dollar book of business company.

[3:28] How did you and Jerry come to create a student loan payoff app?

  • No experience in making apps and tech.
  • In 2016 Parker started reading  about the tech world and startups, it took about a year to understand everything.
  • He wanted someone who could help him build an app, which is where Jerry came in.
  • Jerry started coding it in his spare time.
  • Used to have a rigid schedule with a full family

[7:35] All new businesses have mess ups- what is one of the big ones that you have learned in creating Destiny?

  • Started building an app in September that they’re not building anymore - originally a fully loaded investment app
  • Started focusing on debt instead based on feedback with users

[14:14] Tell us the details- where can we find it? What do we need to know about it?

  • Still in a manual process, you enter all your information and the app calculates how much money it’s gonna save you
  • Most people saving about $3,600 in the first year
  • You don’t need to see any spreadsheets the app does it all in the background

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[21:43] What is your savings or retirement plan?

  • Feet first into entrepreneurship
  • All forces are pointed towards setting this up

[22:44] Do you have a favorite book?

  • Book: The Millionaire Next Door
  • Podcast: Dave Ramsey, Planet Money

[24:7] Favorite quote you like to live by?

  • Be bold, tweaks never change the world

[24:35] Any other parting piece of guidance?

  • Regardless of where you’re at, just start.
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Apr 15 2019 · 25mins
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What Financial Terms Should You Know? (with an intro to the Destiny app)

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401k? Roth? Dollar cost averaging? Market timing? Target-date funds? Choosing to take responsibility for your financial well-being is often a difficult choice, and it's not made any easier by the long list of jargon that comes attached to being money savvy. That's why on today's show we're breaking down all the words and definitions that'll have you scratching your head as you try to get your budget and retirement plan on the right track. Joining our awesome panel of contributors today (alongside our very own OG, and Paula Pant from Afford Anything) is Nate Abercrombie, from the Investing with the Buyside podcast.

Halfway through the show, we'll take a small break from our discussion for our Friday Fintech segment. On today's segment, Joe sits down for a call with Parker Graham from the Destiny App. Do you want to pay off your debt faster (of course you do!), but also get the small wins from the debt snowball method? We'll explore how the Destiny App is setting out to give you the best of both worlds on today's Fintech.

Plus, we'll throw out the Haven Life Line to Kristen. Kristen and her husband are high-income earners but are putting two kids through college. They're also carrying a mortgage and a car loan... with no retirement savings. Where should Kristen and her spouse put their focus as they realign their priorities?

As always, we'll still save some time for Doug's (completely epic) trivia.

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Mar 08 2019 · 1hr 20mins
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Episode #004: The Destiny App

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Episode #004 of Happy Hour from the Tower: A Destiny Podcast is sticking on the every-other-week schedule, so to do that we’re dropping this episode like it’s hot. We’re spending some time talking about the Destiny app. Yeah, when it comes to managing your KDR and trying to figure out what steps you have left on your quests from The Speaker, did you know there’s an app for that?

Yessir, there is an app for all that and more!

00:00 — Introduction

  • Anyone else ever flashback to Firefly when Cayde-6 brings the snark?
  • A desperate call for Nathan Fillion—you never know, he might be listening!
  • Jumping right into the shop topic….

1:24 — Play Destiny? There’s an app for that. (Part One)

  • The Destiny App
  • It’s amazing how many people don’t know about this app!
  • What do you love about this app?
  • Jumping into the stats
    • Tee’s KDR stats are all over the place.
    • Brandon’s are at a nice, high plateau. (I hate him.—Tee)
    • Do you play the Iron Banana?
  • Nick’s clocked in a lot of time with his Titan…but not in the Crucible.
  • So where do you find all these stats? Follow along with us…
  • A nice charm of the app: Breaking down what kind of player you are.
  • Brandon and Nick enjoy a true Father-Son moment.

12:20 — Washington Metropolitan Gamers’s Symphony Orchestra on Twitch

 13:02 —Play Destiny? There’s an app for that. (Part Two)

  • Nick and Brandon….still working through competitive issues.
  • Nick walks through Quests and Missions, and you want to track and what you don’t.
  • The app is also great for people who are on Twitch.
  • Does your Warlock need something your hunter has? Quick—to the app!
  • Tee and Brandon compare sizes…
  • The reason Tee picks on the teenager: Because he started it! 
  • Want to know how you performed in the Crucible? Follow Tee’s follow through…
  • The app is also a walking library of the lore behind Destiny
  • What do you know? We have a board! (And Brandon is sending us Instant Messages through our Clan.)
  • The Destiny app has been rock solid on mobile devices.
  • It’s nice to have access like this, not only to Destiny but to Bungie, as well.
  • English hard. Titan no jump good.
  • How is the Destiny app working for you?
    • Voicemail — 703.791.1701
    • Email — podcast (at) happyhourfromthetower (dot) com
  • Got a little tongue-tied…
  • Brandon’s feeling a little bummed out by Tee’s badgering. Let’s take it to the Crucible!

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Apr 11 2017 ·
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Episode 22 Wes Hamilton and What’s My Destiny app

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This is Episode 22, the making of the What’s My Destiny app. Today’s guests are Wes Hamilton, Master Numerologist and Terrance Schubring, master designer, programmer, and singer/songwriter. Here are the questions we asked Wes and Terrance.

  1. Congratulations Wes on your new app, What’s My Destiny? Tell us about how you decided to create an app for your Numerology.
  2. Who is the audience for this app? (numerologists, students, inspiration for the day)
  3. How does using a blue tooth keyboard help you?
  4. Terrance, what was the most interesting creating the math behind the magic?
  5. What are some of the features of the app? (usability)
  6. Terrance can we use you as an example?
  7. Wes, how can people learn more about your app?,
Jun 03 2016 · 37mins