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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for J.D. Roth. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about J.D. Roth, often where they are interviewed.

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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for J.D. Roth. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about J.D. Roth, often where they are interviewed.

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The Most Important Tips for Your Finances, with J.D. Roth

The MapleMoney Show
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Welcome to episode number 100 of The MapleMoney Show! To celebrate this milestone, I decided to invite back one of my very first guests on the show, the one and only J.D. Roth.

J.D. is an accomplished personal finance writer, and founder of the popular blog,Get Rich Slowly. Last time he visited the show, J.D. shared with us some of his biggest money mistakes. This time around, I wanted to get his advice on the most important things we should do with our money.

You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/100

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May 27 2020

24mins

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How to Build Your Best Financial Life [ENCORE with J.D. Roth]

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J.D. Roth is an accidental personal-finance expert. In this episode, we’re discussing taking steps to build your best financial life. And my guest knows a thing or two about that. 

For many years, J.D. was a typical American consumer and more than $35,000 in debt to show for it. In 2006, he started writing at GetRichSlowly.org in an effort to document his progress as he dug out of debt and learned to build wealth.

Today, he's debt-free. J.D. is dedicated to helping others master their money -- and their lives. And he hopes one day to meet Taylor Swift.

In this show, J.D. and I talk about:

  • What living your best financial life looks like
  • Steps people should take to get out of debt and build wealth
  • Steps you can take to start investing when you’re scared

Plus a whole bunch more.

Today’s game time is my favorite. It was fun to have a game that matches the guest perfectly.  I can’t wait for everyone to hear the results! 

Show notes at https://laceylangford.com/podcast/build-your-best-financial-life-with-j-d-roth

May 25 2020

34mins

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The Tomorrow Show Interviews - Guest Host J.D. Roth

The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro & Roxy Striar
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J.D. Roth guest hosts on The Tomorrow Show!

Feb 18 2020

2hr 1min

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The Tomorrow Show Interviews - J.D. Roth

The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro & Roxy Striar
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Keven and the Crew sit down with famed actor J.D. Roth!

Feb 18 2020

59mins

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How to Build Your Best Financial Life (with J.D. Roth)

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In this episode, we’re discussing taking steps to build your best financial life. And my guest knows a thing or two about that. 

J.D. Roth is an accidental personal-finance expert. For many years, he was a typical American consumer and more than $35,000 in debt to show for it. In 2006, he started writing at GetRichSlowly.org in an effort to document his progress as he dug out of debt and learned to build wealth. Today, he's debt-free. J.D. is dedicated to helping others master their money -- and their lives. And he hopes one day to meet Taylor Swift.

In this show, J.D. and I talk about 

  • What living your best financial life looks like
  • Steps people should take to get out of debt and build wealth
  • Steps you can take to start investing when you’re scared

Plus a whole bunch more. I really enjoyed my discussion with J.D. and how open he was with his advice and thoughts. 

Today’s game time is my favorite. It was fun to have a game that matches the guest perfectly.  I can’t wait for everyone to hear the results! 

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Nov 25 2019

35mins

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Getting Rich Slowly & Combating Money Anxiety with J.D. Roth #138

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Our guest on this episode is personal finance writer J.D. Roth who started his blog, Get Rich Slowly in the early days of the internet- back in 2006! It’s grown to be one of the most well-respected personal finance sites around thanks to his honesty, superb writing, and desire to serve his readers. We hear all about J.D.’s history with money, whether politics belong in personal finance, the different stages of financial freedom, as well as the intersection of depression and money. And let’s not forget- we snuck in some conversation about Taylor Swift and J.D.’s lifelong devotion to his hometown soccer team!

During this episode we enjoyed a Gold by St. Archer Brewing Co- thanks to our friends at St. Archer for donating these beers to the show! And if you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to spread the word to get more people doing smart things with their money!

Best friends out!

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Nov 11 2019

54mins

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Ep. 4: J.D. Roth & Chrissy Roth - Whoever Loses the Most Wins

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Achieving real change in your life starts with losing before you can win. As the creator of The Biggest Loser on NBC, J.D. Roth built an empire giving people the tools they need to shed their identity and turn on the light switch to finding their ‘beast mode’.  

Listen as Rip and J.D. talk about the mental resiliency of a true “loser” and why we all should aspire to be one. Joe’s been gaining an average of 13 pounds a year, jeopardizing his performance as a firefighter and a father.  He needs to pump the brakes and adopt a better plan - including some lofty athletic goals. J.D. is a straight shooter when it comes to busting excuses and firmly believes that anyone can do anything.

J.D.’s wife Chrissy is a plant-strong force as well and has not only converted the couple’s teen boys, but a growing number of friends and neighbors have embraced the lifestyle due to their efforts. This plant-powered couple inspires everyone around them to step over the cultural hurdles, crush the excuses and just do it. 

May 07 2019

32mins

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M&M 66: Back to the Basics: the Why Behind Blogging with J.D. Roth of Get Rich Slowly

Money and Media: Presented by FinCon
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Why do people write blogs? Is it becoming easier to write? How do you handle Imposter Syndrome?

These are the questions we asked JD Roth - and we reflect on his first presentation 8 years ago. Will we all be millionaires as he predicted?

Listen to find out!

For more information, visit https://finconexpo.com/blogging-tips-jd-roth/

Feb 18 2019

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Money Confessional: Common Money Mistakes and How to Avoid Them, with J.D. Roth

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This week, I discuss common money mistakes with J.D. Roth and how you can make sure you take the right steps to avoid them.

J.D. Roth was one of the very first personal finance bloggers when he started Get Rich Slowly.

You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/jdroth

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Aug 29 2018

23mins

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Your Money Mindset Matters ft. J.D. Roth - PB87

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Our National Financial Literacy Month guest interviews continue! This week we welcome back former P&B guest J.D. Roth (ICYMI – PB34: Become a Money Boss ft. J.D. Roth). J.D. is a recognized personal finance expert who has written for Forbes and recently returned to writing for his popular and insightful personal finance website, Get Rich Slowly.org. On this episode he helps you and us explore a different way to view money with a focus on saving you more of it. Your money mindset matters! We also discuss:

  • What he learned having already experienced the FIRE lifestyle
  • The motivation for re-launching GetRichSlowly.org and what readers can expect to learn this time around
  • Tips for identifying your passion and turning it into a business with multiple income streams so you too can achieve financial independence
  • Why personal finance doesn't have to be complicated if you follow the hundred-year-old rule of spending less than you earn and investing/saving the gap
  • Advice for finding your financial balance, so you can both enjoy today and save for tomorrow

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Financial Literacy Month: JD's recommended Action Items:

  • Self-Reliance. Rely on yourself to fix your problems with the positive affirmation of, "I am in charge of my life." Don't pay attention to others financial journey. Do what works for you.
  • Be Proactive. Don't let life just happen to you. Take charge of your life by identifying short-term (1-3 months) and long-term (3-months and beyond) goals you want to accomplish.
  • You, Inc. View your own personal finances like a business. Only three expenses account for 50-70% of the average household's expenses. Saving, budgeting, and living within your means are how you build a profit for yourself. Maximize your personal profits by spending less than you earn or earning more than you spend. Use the gap between income and spending to invest in yourself to accelerate your profits and financial freedom.
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Apr 17 2018

45mins

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