Episode 120:Help Your Kids Manage Their Money with Gregg Murset
Divorce Conversations for Women
In this episode, Rhonda welcomes Gregg Murset, the CEO of BusyKid, which is the ultimate debit card and app that helps teach kids how to manage their own money. Gregg is a Certified Financial Planner and consultant who has become a great advocate for sound parenting. In this episode, Gregg shares the importance of teaching your kids the value of money and managing it. He gives us some good tips on how you could help your kids have a better future by teaching them about the financial aspects of life. According to Gregg, it’s important to know the balanced financial approach to financial management which is what our kids need to learn. Who is a better teacher than you, right? His message for you today is: Teach you kids while they’re young. Here are some of his tips: A balanced financial approach includes saving, sharing and spending. You need to teach your kids what these three things are and what they do to help us manage our money. It’s the reality of life and they should know this while they’re young. Preparing them for the future is a gift that they will eventually thank you for. Teach them real life skills like earning money through allowances or chores. Kids learn best through experience. The rubber meets the road when they’re actually experiencing real life scenarios. If you do this, you set up your kids for future success. Be consistent and use technology, These are two important aspects of building your kid’s success. Teach them to consistently earn money, save a little bit, share a little bit and spend on their card. If you completely fall off the wagon, then just get back on. You don’t have to be perfect but be consistent. Plus, use technology for your benefit and just go with the flow. Contact Information and Other Resources Our guest today was Gregg Murset. Gregg Murset is a Certified Financial Planner and consultant. For more than 20 years, he has been successful in his personal insurance and financial services practice. A graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in finance, he has earned multiple professional designations in his industry. In addition, he is the CEO and Co-Founder of BusyKid. He has become a leading advocate for sound parenting, child accountability and financial literacy. As a father of six, he decided to throw away the old-school paper chore chart and found a way to combine the old method with technology. Website | Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram ____ Our host of Divorce Conversations for Women Podcast is Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA® Rhonda Noordyk's relentless pursuit of financial justice for women going through divorce drove her to leave the financial industry in 2014 to open The Women's Financial Wellness Center. She was in search of a better way. She used her knowledge, passion, and experience to build a leading-edge business model. The intention was to create a business that provided a safe place for women - especially those in a vulnerable position - to find their paths, find their voices and find the financial confidence they need to lift themselves out of seemingly hopeless situations. Since starting the Women’s Financial Wellness Center, after a 10+ year career in the financial industry, she has helped alleviate financial vulnerability for thousands of women. In addition to being the CEO of The Women’s Financial Wellness Center, Rhonda is also a professional speaker. While her platform is women’s money wellness, it is not just about money. Her topics include: assertive communication, boundaries, leadership and overcoming financial myths. Her speaking experience includes: GE Healthcare, UWM Women’s Leadership Conference and Marquette Law School. In addition, she has appeared on Fox6 News, Real Milwaukee, and Morning Blend. Her dynamic and inspirational style leaves women with a sense of empowerment. Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA® CEO | The Women's Financial Wellness Center firstname.lastname@example.org | (262) 522-1502 Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube Schedule a FREE 30-Minute Phone Call ___ Sponsored by: Divorce Conversations For Women (online course) _____ Visit the Women’s Financial Wellness Center for a full directory listing of experts. Be sure to reach out if you would like to connect personally with the Women’s Financial Wellness Center. You can visit our website or grab a complimentary 30-minute consult. Leaving a positive podcast review is hugely important: they help the podcast get discovered by new people. Please spend 5 minutes of your time to leave a review on your preferred listening platform, we’d love to hear from you!
Gregg Murset Talks Fatherhood, BusyKid And Managing Money
The Art of Fatherhood Podcast
Gregg Murset, who is the CEO and Co-Founder of BusyKid sits down with me to talk about his fatherhood journey. We talk about the values he and his wife instilled into his kids. Next we talk about the benefits that kids and parents can gain from using BusyKid. Gregg shares what kids should know about saving and investing money. Plus we talk about what parents can do to help their kids understand the value of money. Lastly, we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five. About Gregg Murset Gregg is a Certified Financial Planner and consultant. He has become a leading advocate for sound parenting, child accountability, and financial literacy. As a father of six, it was his idea to throw away the family paper chore chart and piggy bank. He wanted to find a way to combine the chore chart with the technology his kids were using. In 2014 Gregg took his family on a pair of RV trips where they traveled nearly 10,000 miles in 31 days. Along the way the Murset family performed normal household chores for families in need and organizations requesting volunteers. Gregg is considered a pillar of his Arizona community and is regularly attending his kids sporting events or taking them on weekend camping trips. For more on BusyKid go their website at BusyKid.com. About The Art of Fatherhood Podcast The Art of Fatherhood Podcast follows the journey of fatherhood. Your host, Art Eddy talks with fantastic dads from all around the world where they share their thoughts on fatherhood. In addition, you get a unique perspective on fatherhood. You hear from guests like Joe Montana, Kevin Smith, Danny Trejo, Jerry Rice, Jeff Foxworthy, Patrick Warburton, Jeff Kinney, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Kyle Busch, Dennis Quaid, Dwight Freeney and many more.
In this episode, we talked about our desire to help our kids be good with money, how tech is making this process easier through apps, how to reinforce the value of work and help kids to become more self-reliant with Gregg Murset, CFP and CEO of BusyKid. Listen to learn the key components to help your kids get good with money! For the Difference Making Tip, scan ahead to 18:38! You can learn more about Gregg at BusyKid.com, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn. Learn more about Money Alignment Academy and bringing Financial Wellness to your organization. We’re honored to have been named one of the top podcasts for investing! We’re on YouTube, check us out! George is honored to be included on Investopedia's list of the Top 100 Financial Advisors for 2020! Have George speak to your organization. You can learn more about the show at GeorgeGrombacher.com, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook or contact George at Contact@GeorgeGrombacher.com.
How to Talk to Kids About Money (with Gregg Murset)
Everyone's Talkin' Money
bUnekje UnScripted Interviews Gregg Murset Founder and CEO of Busy Kids.com
Off The Chain
Gregg is a Certified Financial Planner and consultant who has become a leading advocate for sound parenting, child accountability and financial literacy. As a father of six, it was his idea to throw away the family paper chore chart and piggy bank to find a way to combine the chore chart with the technology his kids were using. For more than 20 years, Gregg has led a successful personal insurance and financial services practice. A graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in finance, he has also earned multiple professional designations in his industry including CFP® – Certified Financial Planner, ChFC- Chartered Financial Consultant, CLU- Chartered Life Underwriter and REBC- Registered Employee Benefits Consultant.He was named Chairman of 2014 Smart Money Week for the state of Arizona, as well as, the National Financial Educators Council Financial Education Instructor of the Year. A firm believer that financial education should be a priority in our schools, Gregg has conducted hundreds of media interviews pushing inclusion or parental involvement. Gregg isn't afraid to promote change through his actions. In 2014, Gregg took his family on a pair of RV trips where they traveled nearly 10,000 miles in 31 days. Along the way, the Murset family performed normal household chores for families in need and organizations requesting volunteers. Gregg is considered a pillar of his Arizona community and is regularly attending his kids sporting events or taking them on weekend camping trips.
In this episode, Irma chats with Gregg Murset, co-founder fo Busykid.com. He says the secret to raising a kid who will turn into a successful adult is ... chores!! A Harvard study says the earlier you start chores, the better because chores teach kids good work ethic.But how early should you start your kids on chores? And what kind? Gregg has the answer and tells us how busykid.com can help you and your kids earn and learn about money, investing, saving and smart spending! Gregg says "Think of it as your kid’s first job with direct deposit." If you have kids of any age - you don't want to miss this episode!Gregg Murset and Busykids.com have been featured in Forbes, CNNMoney, WGN, Marth Stewart, Womens Day and the Wall Street Journal.
A father of six, Gregg is a certified financial planner and consultant who became a leading advocate for sound parenting, child accountability and financial literacy as the inventory and CEO of My Job Chart. In 2014, he was named Chairman of 2014 “Smart Money Week” for the state of Arizona, as well as, the National … Continue reading Gregg Murset CEO of BusyKid →