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Whitney Hansen

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Following Your Passion While Doing Side Hustles With Whitney Hansen

Life and Money Show

Whitney shares her journey on how she got started as a money nerd, and her passion of helping to othersWays on how you can pay your university debt Whitney’s first real estate investmentWhitney realizes that accounting is not the career for her and she shares the ways on how she can still pay her debts and her side hustlesThings that are covered and discussed on her podcast show, “The Money Nerds” and how it can be applied in your lifeSome piece of advice on what side hustles you should try.Tips on how to create a budget planCoaching stylesWhat motivated her to invest in real estateBetter strategies when you are starting out in real estate investingWays on how to pay off debts fastHow to continue building your wealth even in your 40’sLife and Money Impact Round:What is the one thing that Whitney does right now to live a meaningful and intentional life by design?What is one life or money hack that Whitney can share to make an impact on others' lives?What is the one thing she does right now to make the world a better place?RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODEhttps://whitneyhansen.com/CONNECT WITH USTo connect with Annie and Julie, as well as with other Investing For Good listeners, and to get the latest scoop on new and upcoming episodes, join Life and Money Show Podcast Community on Facebook.To learn more about real estate syndication investment opportunities, join the Goodegg Investor Club.Be sure to also grab your free copy of the Investing For Good book (just pay S&H)--Thanks for listening, and until next time, keep investing for good!


15 Apr 2021

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Improving Your Daily Money Habits With Whitney Hansen

Life Rebalanced Podcast

Handling your money daily and the habits you have around your personal, daily spending and saving behaviors are at the root of your financial situation. They can be supporting you toward a life you love intentionally or sabotaging your hopes and dreams. It’s all about identifying what works for you personally and identifying your spending “black holes.” Donna Grace and Whitney Hansen discuss how to set up your physical and financial environment for success, how put your personality into your budget, and the big thing most people forget to do, even if everything is automated.  More on IG @life_rebalanced


16 Feb 2021

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129. How Dare You Call Yourself A Money Expert! w/ Jamila Souffrant, Whitney Hansen, The Physician Philosopher, and Root of Good

Earn & Invest

In this rewind episode we discuss what it takes to be considered expert enough to become a money coach.  Featuring Jamila Souffrant, Whitney Hansen, The Physician Philospher, and Root of Good. 


3 Aug 2020

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How to Furniture Flip & Side Hustle Your Way to An Extra $500 | Whitney Hansen

Millennial Money

Have you ever heard of furniture flipping? My guest today Whitney Hansen, host of the Money Nerds podcast, is the Queen of Side Hustling. She recently started furniture flipping - finding a low-cost piece of furniture online and then selling it for a higher price - and is earning over $500 extra each month. Side hustles are one of the best ways to better your bank account. Whitney shares the how-to's behind furniture flipping in this episode as well as her love for personal finance and why she thinks your relationship to money matters more than you might think.What You'll LearnWhat is furniture flippingHow furniture flipping can help you achieve your money goalsSide hustle tips from WhitneyHow Whitney has transformed her life with side hustlesWhy your relationship with money mattersThe best places to put extra cash from side hustlesLinksMoney Nerds podcastWhitney Hansen's websiteWhitney Hansen on FacebookFacebook MarketplaceHibidPodcast SponsorGet unlimited access to EVERY MasterClass, and as a Millennial Money listener, you get 15% off the Annual All-Access Pass! Go to MASTER CLASS.com/MYMONEY for 15% off MasterClass.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!Go behind the scenes of the podcast and sign up for our free monthly emails.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram


16 Jun 2020

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128: Pay Off Debt Fast With These Smart Money Moves From Whitney Hansen

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

Whitney Hanson is one of six children. Growing up she watched her father start a business, watched it fail, and watched him turn destructive, eventually leaving her mother to raise six kids on her own - all while making $7.25 an hour.Whitney has seen the ugly side of money - and what can happen when you have none - and decided she wanted no part of it. Money equals options, and she wanted as many options as she could get! She began to research how to build wealth, because she did not want to perpetuate the cycle of poverty. She knew she wanted to go to college, but also knew she’d have to find a way to pay for it. Rather than taking out tons of student loans, Whitney went through a 3-month cosmetology program starting the day after she graduated high school, and used the money she made as a nail technician to pay for college. Because she values financial stability over everything else, she bought a house when she turned 19 - and house hacked by renting two rooms to friends to help with the mortgage. Upon graduating college, she realized she had taken out $30,000 in student loans that now had to be paid back. Rather than allow it to rule her life, she cut out everything and worked a second job in order to knock out her debt - in 10 months!Whitney knew she had figured out how to lead a healthy financial life - and was eager to help others solve their own financial struggles. She started a coaching program to help financially empower people, and help them navigate the beginning stages of their financial journey.Whitney’s story is 100% repeatable for anyone listening. She came from nothing, and made it on her own.In This Episode We Cover:Whitney's journey with moneyDifference between a want and a needHer personal financial situation during highschoolWhat her job is while she's studying collegeThe reason why she bought a house at 19 years oldWhitney's tips for studentsTalking about scholarshipsOn her adulting momentHer ways on how she paid off her debtHer journey in creating a business during her MBA programTalking about her cashflowBiggest challenges that people are facing who she talk with about financesAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Money Facebook GroupBiggerPockets Money Podcast 64 with Zach GautierBiggerPockets Money Podcast 80 with Rich and RegularBiggerPockets Money Podcast 112 with Natalie KolodijBiggerPockets Money Podcast 111 with A Purple MomPersonal CapitalXY Planning NetworkThe Money Nerds Podcast 13 with Mindy JensenThe Money Nerds Podcast 37 with Mindy Jensen

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8 Jun 2020

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Be a Money Boss | Whitney Hansen

Sharing Her Journey

We loved sitting down with Whitney and talking about her journey to how she found her calling as a Money Coach. She shares some personal and vulnerable things about her growing up and how it shaped her into the amazing person she is today. She also shares how she helps people go from living paycheck to paycheck to being confident with money in the bank. Find out how she paid off $30k in 10 months and how she helps others get out of debt, learn to budget, and more...Whitney is an all around genuine human. You must checkout her podcast called 'Money Nerds' where you can learn even more money tips and tricks. Listen to her podcast here and follow her on Instagram Book mentioned in this episode: The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg ---------------------- Be sure to follow us on... Facebook Instagram And join our private Facebook Group


5 May 2020

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Model FA S3 EP 05 | Digital Marketing with Whitney Hansen

The Model FA

Whitney Hansen is a Millennial financial coach. After paying off $30,000 in 10 months, hacking her way to a $472 MBA, and buying her first home at 19, Whitney discovered her love for helping Millennials take control of their financial life. The recognition and acknowledgment of generational wealth gaps (that exist largely due to student debt) have been the driving force for why and how Whitney has created her Millennial coaching program.  In this conversation, we discuss why it’s important for financial advisors to embrace digital marketing in order to reach a younger audience. Don’t miss one of our favorite moments, when Whitney shares that it’s ok to be honest: “I don’t know everything”. This kind of authenticity can help your clients connect and trust you more. As you think about this conversation, which “getting started” tips stand out to you the most? How do you deliver support and intrigue to your Generation Z and Millennial clients? Where are you connecting with your audience? And how are you creating an authentic and “real” brand experience that inspires clients to reach out, without being ashamed of their imperfections? Looking for more ideas about growing your practice? Join the Model FA Facebook Community, where you will find expert advice on how to launch, grow, scale, and transform your firm with an incredible client experience. Or, check out our Model FA Accelerator, a premier coaching and practice management program for entrepreneurial financial advisors.  Resource Links


30 Mar 2020

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M&M 104: How I Make Over $100,000 Per Year as a Money Coach - with Whitney Hansen

Money and Media: Presented by FinCon

Are you looking to make a good living as a money coach? Award-winning podcaster Whitney Hansen drops by to share how she's grown her online money coaching business to over $100,000 in revenue. We discuss the importance of starting slow, building your confidence and why marketing might just be the best way to create a six-figure coaching business. For more resources, visit https://finconexpo.com/make-100000-money-coach-whitney-hansen


18 Mar 2020

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Whitney Hansen – Do Your Own Research to Gain a Basic Understanding

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

Whitney Hansen teaches millennials how to pay off debt and gain financial independence. She gives them the tools to have more fun with money while sprinkling in a little silliness. She’s got a Master’s in Business, a Bachelor’s in Accounting, experienced paying off debt ($30,000 in 10 months), and a true “started from the bottom” story. When she is not writing about money and creating financial plans for others, she can be found taking spontaneous road trips, reading in coffee shops, or mentoring other entrepreneurs. She is also a podcast host for The Money Nerds Podcast, where she gets to interview cool people and hear their secrets to financial success. “Never, ever make any decisions in your financial life until you do your own research and try to get a basic understanding. I think that is rule number one for any financial decision.” Whitney Hansen Worst investment ever Blindly trusting others did not serve her well At an early age of 18, Whitney opened up her investing account and hired a big broker firm. As she was looking at her statement one year, she noticed that she was in the hole. Not because her stocks had gone down. They were higher, but because the fees were getting so high, and she didn't even realize that she was paying a 7% fee! She admitted that when she first started investing, she had no idea about these fees and how it affected her investment. Ignorance did not serve her well either Whitney also shared that during her early years, she had financed a family car. Without any knowledge about cars, she, of course, trusted the car dealer and bought one. She did the best she could to make the monthly payments. After a couple of months, the engine blew and the car could not be used anymore. That’s when she realized that people would sometimes lie to make a sale and her ignorance did not serve her well. The common denominator to her failures Whitney realized that all those lessons combined taught her to not blindly trust professionals. Now, before making big financial decisions, she always does her homework diligently and to lean into her intuition. Lessons learned Do your own research and try to get a basic understanding Never, ever make any decisions in your financial life until you do your own research and try to get a basic understanding. I think that is rule number one for any financial decision. Andrew’s takeaways Compound interest is all about getting your money in and keeping it in We’ve all seen that chart that shows the exponential rise caused by compound interest. Always remember that the exponential rise doesn't start occurring until around year 20. So, one of the highest priorities when it comes to investing is getting your money in and keeping it in. One of the six key ways that people make mistakes or lose money is a misplaced trust When you trust the wrong people, your investment will likely fail. Don’t try to close the knowledge gap As an investor, you don’t need to close that gap but to understand that the knowledge gap exists and look for an ethical person that's not going to take advantage of it. It is the investor’s right to ask and get an answer that you can understand You have a right to understand the fees that you're being charged. And if you do not understand that, you have a right to ask for an explanation that you can understand. Actionable advice Do your own research and make sure you understand what you're getting into. But do not over research because even if there are mistakes that you’ll make, being in the financial game, investing, and taking those risks, that's where you're going to find success. No. 1 goal for the next 12 months Whitney excitedly shared that she’s dying to build a cabin in the mountains of Idaho and rent it on Airbnb when it's officially ready. Parting words “Just take action and stay on your budget when you're with your big financial goals.” Whitney Hansen Andrew’s books How to Start Building Your Wealth Investing in the Stock Market My Worst Investment Ever 9 Valuation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them Transform Your Business with Dr. Deming’s 14 Points Andrew’s online programs Valuation Master Class Women Building Wealth The Build Your Wealth Membership Group Become a Great Presenter and Increase Your Influence Transform Your Business with Dr. Deming’s 14 Points Connect with Whitney Hansen LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Instagram YouTube Website Connect with Andrew Stotz astotz.com LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube My Worst Investment Ever Podcast


19 Jan 2020

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Escaping debt and a cubicle to build a $150,000/yr business with Whitney Hansen

Freelance to Founder

In today’s episode, we feature the story of Whitney Hansen, blogger, podcaster, and creative entrepreneur.If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us an honest rating on Apple Podcasts.• • • • •Add your voice to the showStarting next year, we want to add your voices to our conversations on Freelance to Founder. To add your voice to an upcoming episode: Dial 1‪-706-99-VOICE and leave a short audio clip. Send a text to 1‪-706-998-6423‬ or tweet @milloteam Send an email to voices@freelancetofounder.com • • • • •More about today's guestWhitney Hansen is a personal finance coach and host of The Money Nerds, a Plutus award-winning podcast. As an adjunct professor in personal finance, she teaches overwhelmed millennials how to accelerate paying off debt and be financially independent. Some of her accomplishments include paying off $30,000 in 10 months, buying her first home at 19, and paying $472 for her master's degree.Never miss an episodeSubscribe for new episodes at freelancetofounder.comThis podcast is a production of Millo.Recently from the Millo blog: 11 Side Jobs You Can Start in One Day for Extra Cash in 2020 62 Work At Home Jobs to Make Money Right Away Upwork vs Fiverr: An In-Depth Comparison of the Top Freelance Platforms ***This show is a part of the Podglomerate network, a company that produces, distributes, and monetizes podcasts. We encourage you to visit the website and sign up for our newsletter for more information about our shows, launches, and events. For more information on how The Podglomerate treats data, please see our Privacy Policy. Since you're listening to Freelance to Founder, we'd like to suggest you also try other Podglomerate shows surrounding entrepreneurship, business, and careers like Rocketship.fm and Creative Elements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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19 Dec 2019