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What Their Money Style Says About Them as a Partner feat. Financial Journalist Nicole Lapin

Girls Gotta Eat

It's another episode about moneeey, and this time, we are joined by financial journalist and best-selling author Nicole Lapin to chat about money and dating – what someone’s money style says about what kind of partner they’ll be, red flags to look for on a date, how to approach awkward conversations about finances, handling salary disparity with your partner when it comes to rent, vacations, etc., and more. Plus, we’re also tackling money issues with friends (like that one friend who never pays you back and why you shouldn’t go in debt for someone’s wedding). Before Nicole joins us, we are sharing our (and our listeners') wildest cheap date stories, debating another theory about breakup season, and chatting about how friendships change over time. Enjoy! You can now watch our episodes on YouTube! Follow Nicole on Instagram @nicolelapin and check out her podcast Money Rehab. Follow us on Instagram @girlsgottaeatpodcast, Ashley @ashhess, and Rayna @rayna.greenberg. Visit our website for SNACK CITY 2023 tour dates, merchandise, and more. Shop Vibes Only. Thank you to our partners this week: Pretty Litter: Get 20% off your first order at prettylitter.com/gge. Article: Get $50 off your first purchase of $100 or more at article.com/gge. Osea: Get 10% off your first order with promo code GGE at OSEAmalibu.com. Julie: You can go to juliecare.co to learn more, or find Julie at your nearest Walmart today.

1hr 43mins

24 Oct 2022

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EP 265: Money and Relationships; What their Money Habits Say About Them as a Partner with special Guest Nicole Lapin

Let’s Get Vulnerable: Relationship and Dating Advice

This is a fascinating episode y’all.  Nicole Lapin is a money expert, author, and host of the popular podcast: The Money Rehab Show.  You can find her on IG @ thenicolelapin  Inside of this interview we discuss:  -What their financial life can tell you about how they build relationships -I discuss attachment styles and money habits  -Nicole gives her perspective on empowering women to be unapologetic about deciding if you want your future partner to be rich  Unlike any episode I have done yet on the pod, you don’t want to miss this one.  Ready to become securely attached with your money, and in your love life? I’ve got a solution for you.  Come do the work inside of the Empowered.Secure.Loved program! You don’t need to try to heal by yourself. Healing is better in a community, with the help of a proven framework.  Program spots are limited, don’t wait-  Click Here to Apply!

48mins

14 Sep 2022

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Nicole Lapin on Why Women Should Declare Themselves Experts, Put a Price Tag on Their Dreams and Create Their Own Wealth

LEAVE YOUR MARK: Freshly Brewed Career Advice

No one likes managing their money, but money expert and New York Times best-selling author of Boss Bitch, Rich Bitch, Becoming Super Woman, and now Miss Independent, Nicole Lapin, makes it easy. Have you ever wondered how millionaires make their money? Spoiler alert: it's not from saving money. My favorite money expert, Nicole Lapin, is back on LEAVE YOUR MARK with her new Wall Street Journal #2 bestselling book, Miss Independent. "Millionaires don't make their money just from their salaries, no matter how big their paychecks get. They have an average of seven additional streams of income, many of which are passive, meaning their money is making money for them while they sleep."  Nicole had no choice but to learn the language of money, and empowering people to embrace and understand it has been her goal ever since. Nicole started out making $20K a year and getting into almost as much credit card debt. She never worked at a bank and didn't have an MBA. "I wasn't born into wealth or privilege. There were days when I didn't have food to put in my mouth, much less a silver spoon. For much of my early career, I either lived paycheck to paycheck, was in debt, and/or subsisted on a brown-rice-and-beans diet (it felt fancier than ramen). I tell you this because if I could become Miss Independent—totally financially set up and secure on my own—then anyone can, including you. I promise."  Miss Independent is your best friend who knows and shares all the ins and out of saving money and investing it meaningfully. You don't have to understand finance to heed Nicole's advice. With in-depth tutorials and humor to boot, Nicole can transform your mindset to begin to think differently. In this episode, Nicole shares that she may not have been a financial expert, but she was an expert in being broke, and writing her four bestselling books was her way of teaching everything necessary to learn the language of finance. Nicole calls on a lot of BS cliches, and one of them, which she shared, was "knowledge is power," instead, Nicole says that 'action is power.' Nicole also points out that women can have it all, only if you define what 'it all' means for you and then stick to it rather than changing the goal post.

46mins

28 Aug 2022

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How To Make Money During A Recession - A Conversation With Nicole Lapin

Mo News

You have all seen the reports: The U.S. economy is likely headed for a recession. Stocks have been sinking, and the cost of everything is going up–with inflation at record levels. We have been getting many questions about what this means for your investments, financial planning, retirement as well as whether this is the time to change jobs.So, we will try to answer a few of them in this episode. This week’s interview features financial expert Nicole Lapin - a NY Times best-selling author, businesswoman, newsletter writer, and host of the top-rated podcast, Money Rehab. While some people may want to crawl into the fetal position given the state of the markets, she explains why the current situation also affords you some opportunities. —Please remember to subscribe to the podcast and leave us a review. —Mosheh Oinounou (@mosheh) is an Emmy and Murrow award-winning journalist. He has 20 years of experience at networks including Fox News, Bloomberg Television and CBS News, where he was the executive producer of the CBS Evening News and launched the network's 24 hour news channel. He founded the @mosheh Instagram news account in 2020 and the Mo News podcast and newsletter in 2022.Follow Mo News on all platforms: Newsletter: https://monews.bulletin.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mosheh/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mosheh Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoshehNews Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/moshehnews Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

48mins

20 Jul 2022

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Emails That Should Have Never Been Sent, with Nicole Lapin

Problem Solvers

Before you send your next email, listen to this! Jason opens his inbox and reads some of the worst pitches he's received, and then he and Money Rehab podcast host Nicole Lapin discuss how they could have been improved. This is a rebroadcast of an episode of Money Rehab, which you can find on the iHeartMedia app or wherever you get podcasts.

24mins

20 Jun 2022

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How to Create & Preserve Generational Wealth With Money Expert Nicole Lapin

WorkParty

If you’re a business owner or entrepreneur who wants to start being intentional with your time and money, now is the time to start thinking about generational wealth. At the end of it all, you get to create something larger than yourself that leaves a legacy behind for future generations—whether that be in your lifetime or beyond. Are you ready, but not sure how to get started? Well, I have Nicole Lapin here—she’s a best selling author and podcast host, and is the only finance expert you don’t need a dictionary to understand. She disrupted the traditionally male-dominated and boring finance space by offering actionable advice. Today we’re covering how you can begin building and preserving your generational wealth. Nicole got her start in the business world at age eighteen, reporting for First Business Network and went on to become the youngest anchor ever at CNN and CNBC. She’s contributed financial reports to MSNBC, Today, and Entertainment Tonight. She’s also the New York Times best selling author of Rich Bitch. Needless to say she has a lot of knowledge to share. Sponsors: • Mastercard | When women-owned small businesses thrive, we all thrive. Learn more about the tools and resources Mastercard is offering, from moving your biz online to best practices on digital security, at mastercard.com/smallbiz. Together, let’s Start Something Priceless. Resources: • To join the WorkParty click HERE • To connect with Nicole Lapin click HERE • To connect with Jaclyn Johnson click HERE • To follow along with Create & Cultivate click HERE • To learn more about Money Rehab Podcast click HERE • To submit your questions call the WorkParty Hotline: 1-(833)-57-PARTY (577-2789) Produced by Dear Media

25mins

20 May 2022

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515. Your Guide to Financial Independence and Investing in 2022 with Nicole Lapin

Almost 30

Are we all feeling good about our finances in here? Because listen: Money is not a man’s game. It can be so empowering to take control of your finances – and while it may not be sexy, it doesn’t have to be difficult either.You deserve the life you want, but for most of us, that means boosting our net worth a bit first. That’s where Miss Independent herself comes in. Nicole Lapin, our favorite rich bitch, is back on the pod to enlighten and educate us all on the path to financial independence. We get into some of the nitty-gritty details like, hello, what is a brokerage? And why it’s okay to play with NFTs – as long as it’s with money you’re prepared to lose. She also dives into homeownership, dipping a toe into the investing world, and whether you really need to stress over scams or market crashes. Get ready to grow your wealth to levels you’ve never dreamed of. This is an important episode that you won’t want to miss.We also talk about:Feelings that come up around your birthdayMental roadblocks to financial literacyHow to start investing when you’re working paycheck to paycheckSystems for consistencyWhether or not you should fear a market crashHow to approach financial goalsCrypto and NFTsInvestment scams to avoidAdvice around home buyingResources: nicolelapin.comRead: Miss IndependentRead: Rich BitchInstagram: @nicolelapinJoin our community:almost30.com/membershipfacebook.com/Almost30podcast/groupsPodcast disclaimer can be found by visiting: almost30.com/disclaimer. Find more to love at almost30.com!Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media.Mentioned in this episode:Daily HarvestGo to dailyharvest.com/almost30 to get up to $40 off your first box.IssuuGet started for free or get 50% off a premium account at issuu.com/podcast and use code ALMOST30Hum NutritionVisit humnutrition.com and use code ALMOST30 for 20% off your first purchase of $29 or moreMilk & HoneyVisit milkandhoney.com and use code ALMOST30 for 20% off your next order or get 20% off your first spa service at any location

1hr 19mins

3 May 2022

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Ep224 - Nicole Lapin | Becoming Super Woman

Talks at Google

For so long, we’ve been told that success means having it all and doing it all. But working more and harder is holding us back, not moving us forward. In Becoming Super Woman, New York Times bestselling author Nicole Lapin redefines what it means to be a woman who "has it all"—and shows you how to find lasting success by your own definition, on your own terms. Nicole candidly shares her own story of career burnout and an emergency hospitalization that prompted her to take her mental health seriously for the first time. Along the way, she discovered that not only was this priority shift not a defeat, but rather the key to unlocking even greater achievements. In her third and most personal book yet, Nicole lays out an actionable, 12-step plan to guide you in taking control and becoming the hero of your own story, with the skills it takes to be a real Super Woman, from productivity hacks to boundary setting. She makes the case that the real secret to success doesn't hinge on the hustle or how many degrees you have, but rather in "putting on your own oxygen mask before helping others." In fact, self-care is the biggest asset or liability in our careers—when it's on-point it can help us soar, and when it's neglected it can bring us down faster than anything else. Entertaining, honest, and life-changing, Becoming Super Woman shows us how to banish burnout, ward off a breakdown, and achieve true balance. Originally published in July of 2020. Visit http://g.co/TalksAtGoogle/SuperWoman to watch the video.

51mins

15 Mar 2022

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Nicole Lapin on Why Women Should Declare Themselves Experts, Put a Price Tag on Their Dreams and Forge a Mindset of Aspiration Instead of Deprivation

LEAVE YOUR MARK: Freshly Brewed Career Advice

No one likes managing their money, but money expert and New York Times best-selling author of Boss Bitch, Rich Bitch, Becoming Super Woman, and now Miss Independent, Nicole Lapin, makes it easy. Have you ever wondered how millionaires make their money? Spoiler alert: it's not from saving money. My favorite money expert, Nicole Lapin, is back on LEAVE YOUR MARK with her new Wall Street Journal #2 bestselling book, Miss Independent. "Millionaires don't make their money just from their salaries, no matter how big their paychecks get. They have an average of seven additional streams of income, many of which are passive, meaning their money is making money for them while they sleep." Nicole had no choice but to learn the language of money, and empowering people to embrace and understand it has been her goal ever since. Nicole started out making $20K a year and getting into almost as much credit card debt. She never worked at a bank and didn't have an MBA. "I wasn't born into wealth or privilege. There were days when I didn't have food to put in my mouth, much less a silver spoon. For much of my early career, I either lived paycheck to paycheck, was in debt, and/or subsisted on a brown-rice-and-beans diet (it felt fancier than ramen). I tell you this because if I could become Miss Independent—totally financially set up and secure on my own—then anyone can, including you. I promise." Miss Independent is your best friend who knows and shares all the ins and out of saving money and investing it meaningfully. You don't have to understand finance to heed Nicole's advice. With in-depth tutorials and humor to boot, Nicole can transform your mindset to begin to think differently. In this episode, Nicole shares that she may not have been a financial expert, but she was an expert in being broke, and writing her four bestselling books was her way of teaching everything necessary to learn the language of finance. Nicole calls on a lot of BS cliches, and one of them, which she shared, was "knowledge is power," instead, Nicole says that 'action is power.' Nicole also points out that women can have it all, only if you define what 'it all' means for you and then stick to it rather than changing the goal post.

46mins

6 Mar 2022

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Become A Better Investor and Negotiator, with Nicole Lapin

Entrepreneur Network Podcast

Best-selling author Nicole Lapin, author of the new book Miss Independent, shares tips for investing and negotiating your way to wealth.

24mins

31 Jan 2022

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