What Death Teaches Us about Financial Freedom, featuring Doc G of Earn & Invest
Yo Quiero Dinero: Personal Finance For Latinas
Episode 174 talks about what death teaches us about financial freedom featuring Jordan Grumet aka Doc G of Earn & Invest. Listen now!Jordan Grumet (Doc G) is the host and creator of the award winning podcast, Earn & Invest. He left his job as an internal medicine doctor when he discovered financial independence and now works part time in hospice and palliative care. His book, Taking Stock: A Hospice Doctor’s Advice on Financial Independence, Building Wealth, and Living a Regret-Free Life is available to purchase.For full episode show notes, visit here.Loving this episode? Leave us a review if you’re listening on Apple podcasts and be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube!Until next time, stay empowered, stay inspired and #staypoderosa ✨WANT TO KICKSTART YOUR FINANCIAL JOURNEY?Download our FREE 14-page guide covering all the topics you need to start making your dinero moves. Visit here. From money mindset, to budget basics, we've got you covered.Check out these YQD™ Partners:Squarespace – The all-in-one platform to build a beautiful online presence. Free 14-day Trial. No Plugins Necessary.BetterHelp– Professional Support When You Need It, At The Fraction Of The Cost Of In-Person Therapy. Get 10% off your first month! Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/YoQuieroDinero. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Live a Regret-Free Life, w/ Jordan Grumet (Doc G)
Your doctor tells you you have 6 months to live. What do you do? Most people reflect on the things they didn't do in life or the family and friends they didn't spend more time with . But why do we wait for a diagnosis like this to start thinking about these things?Working as a hospice doctor Jordan Grumet (aka Doc G) , took the lessons he learned from his patients and applied it to his own life. In today's episode Jordan takes us through his new book and discusses how we can apply this lessons to our lives too. Start building your Financial Life Plan today by visiting: www.stonecitywealth.comGuest Resources Mentionedjordangrumet.com - Jordan Grumet's Websiteearnandinvest.com - Jordan Grumet's PodcastTaking Stock - Jordan's Grumet's BookHost Resources Mentioned Instagram - Adam Jenkins Facebook - Adam Jenkins LinkedIn - Adam Jenkins Twitter - Adam Jenkins Stonecitywealth.com - Sponsor ...
Today's episode features Jordan Grumet aka Doc G, author of Taking Stock.Doc G brings the best angles, analogies, and unique perspectives when talking about life and money.He himself found himself chasing what he thought was his dream and chasing money before slowing down and really critically thinking about what was important.In his book, Jordan takes us through his perspectives on living a purpose-driven life without regret.He challenges us to refocus our view of money as not the end goal but simply a tool.We all struggle with the balance of enjoying life to the fullest now and with delayed gratification. Doc G is here to help us uncover just how to find that balance.If you enjoyed this episode as much as we did, please share!Links From the Episode Doc G's Book, Taking Stock Doc G's Podcast, Earn & InvestYouTube Interviewhttps://youtu.be/jZbSfJx5f7MJoin the CommunityWe’d love to hear your comments and questions about this week’s episode. Here are some of the best ways to stay in touch and get involved in The FI Show community! Grab the Ultimate FI Spreadsheet Join our Facebook Group Leave us a voicemail Send an email to contact [at] TheFiShow [dot] comIf you like what you hear, please subscribe and leave a rating/review!>> You can do that by clicking here <<Learn More About Your HostsCodyDBerman.com (Cody’s Blog)Saving-Sherpa (Justin’s blog)
Taking stock of your grownup life with Dr. Jordan Grumet aka "Doc G"
Money Tips for Financial Grownups
The author of Taking Stock: A Hospice Doctor’s Advice on Financial Independence, Building Wealth, and Living a Regret-Free Life, Dr. Jordan Grumet shares his top money tips learned from working with patients in hospice care. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.bobbirebell.com/podcast/docg
How to Turn Down Podcast Guest Pitches w/ Doc G and Dave Jackson
Build a Big Podcast - The Marketing Podcast for Podcasters
It's not uncommon for even moderely successful podcasts to to get 20-30 guest pitches per week. These pitches are often listeners who have a related story they'd like to tell. But are these potential guests and stories a good match for your podcast? And if not, what's the best way of handling this? How to select guests (and stories) for your podcast and how to turn down the ones that aren't a match is the topic of this episode. If you're pitching yourself (or another potential guest) for a podcast, you can flip this info to learn how to be more successful at it. NOTE: This is an example of a "Side Car" Episode and features content from Doc G from Earn and Invest and Dave Jackson from School of Podcasting. For more episode templates, check out 101 Podcast Episode Templates – Powerful, Done-for-You Episode Templates to Grow Your Podcast Audience. Links to Things I Talk About: School of Podcasting Earn and Invest Riverside 101 Podcast Episode Templates – Powerful, Done-for-You Episode Templates to Grow Your Podcast Audience This episode is brought to you by Riverside ... Riverside is online recording software that makes it easy for podcasters to record studio-quality interviews from anywhere. Try it free and, if you like it, get 15% off any membership plan when you use the code BIGPODCAST.
206- The Emotional and Mental Journey of Financial Independence and Finding Freedom Along the Way w/ Doc G
Journey To Launch
What gives you joy and purpose? This week on the podcast, Doc G, a hospice physician and the host of the Earn & Invest podcast, shares the emotional and mental journey to reaching Financial Independence (FI). Doc G explains that often we see money as the goal, but money is a tool to get to where we really want. We can very easily chase the end goal of financial freedom and feel empty and lost once we reach there and lose our purpose. The journey shifts when we start by discovering our purpose and prioritizing happiness today on the journey. Tune in to this week’s episode to hear more and learn how to use money as a tool on your path to freedom. In this episode you’ll learn: How Doc G reached Financial Independence (FI) Why he choose to continue working after reaching FI How to use money as a tool & lever The 5 stages of coping with FI What role mindset plays in achieving and enjoying FI and much more... Sign up for my FREE Pop Up Podcast Series, Building Blocks of Financial Success: Get Out of Debt, Save, Invest, and Achieve your Money Dreams”. First episode drops March 29! Go to journeytolaunch.com/moneydreams to sign up. Other related blog posts/links mentioned in this episode: If you missed enrollment, join the waitlist for my FI course. Doors to the Money Launch Club will be opening soon! So get on the waitlist to be the first to hear about it by going to moneylaunchclub.com Join The Weekly Newsletter List Leave me a voicemail– Leave me a question on the Journey To Launch voicemail and have it answered on the podcast! Watch me on News12 Watch my latest segments on News12 YNAB – Start managing your money and budgeting so that you can reach your financial dreams. Sign up for a free 34 days trial of YNAB, my go-to budgeting app by using my referral link. Connect with Doc G: Website Instagram:@EarnAnInvest Facebook:@EarnAndInvest Twitter:@EarnAnInvest Connect with me: Instagram: @Journeytolaunch Twitter: @JourneyToLaunch Facebook: @Journey To Launch Join the private Facebook Group Join The Money Launch Club Waitlist Join the Waitlist for My FI Course Jumpstart Guide
Ordinary Sherpa: Family Adventure Coaching and Design
Imagine you are 8 years old and your hero, your dad, a well-known and respected physician passes away unexpectedly. Life just gave you a moment of pain, learning and growth that is unimaginable to most kids. You decide your dream is to become a doctor. Despite the challenges in front of you like working through academic rigor with a learning disability, the grunt work of med school, through the trenches of residency, and years of unforgiving night shifts you achieve that dream and are a full-fledged medical doctor. Except in reaching your dream, you have built protective armor so you can’t hurt anymore, and your sense of humor has gone dormant. The path to the summit is a journey, filled with good intentions and aspirations; People rooting us on and society celebrating our achievements. But what happens when our fuel gauge is empty and our compass seems off? I don’t know where I first heard Doc G’s story, but I do remember feeling completely validated. My path was not that of a doctor, mine was a teacher. There is a dark side to every dream and today Doc G shines a light on the aspects of life allowing armor to crack, giving way for joy and purpose to seep in. His empathetic approach creates the space for individuals whose identity is often intertwined with their careers. Doc G is a husband, father, writer, prophetic storyteller and physician who discovered financial independence and opted out of medicine for a life of greater meaning and purpose. Doc G it is such an honor and privilege to have you here today, welcome to Ordinary Sherpa. To Connect with Doc GWebsite: http://earnandinvest.com Podcast: Earn & InvestInstagram: @earnaninvestTwitter: @earnaninvest Key Takeaways The identity that fits us best may not be the one that we grew up with or that others put on us. Having enough was as anxiety provoking as not having enough. Sometimes having too many options, too many decisions, too many possibilities can be numbing. Walking away from his physician identity created two losses. The first loss was his own grieving of all that he worked for. The second loss is when friends and family realize that their vision of you doesn’t align with who you want to be anymore. People don't like to question deep things. So they don't necessarily want you to either. When it was time to step away, he systematically started subtracting the things that weren’t fulfilling. What are the things in your life that aren’t adding value and how might you begin to subtract them from your life? Doc G testified he’s not nearly as good at doing the things now as he was at being a doctor. But today he can pursue these things he enjoys even if he’s not amazingly successful at them. This allowed him to pivot away from what he thought he was supposed to be doing and towards the things he wants to be doing. There’s no real pressure to succeed above and beyond enjoying the process. Deep connection is what happens when your purpose, identity and relationships all start to align. The need to explain yourself disappears. Connection naturally flows from identifying what your purpose is and embracing your true identity. Every day is a Monday or a Saturday or a Sunday or a Tuesday. He finds himself looking forward to Mondays, and sometimes on a Saturday afternoon he’s doing what other people would call work. It's a very free lifestyle without the constraints and borders felt from the traditional work week. If you can't say hell yes, you better start saying no. Some people mistake financial independence as once they have enough money they'll never work again. That's not it. It's that you only do the work you choose to do, work that adds value to your life. The real power of having control of your finances is being able to say no to the work you don’t want to do. Instead of looking towards goals, look towards processes that bring happiness and joy, regardless of the end point or a goal that they lead to. If the goal is becoming such a hassle or fearful to the point where you're not enjoying the process, that's a sign to pull back or change. Call to ActionI agreed to do a giveaway drawing the rest of March for listeners who left a Written Review and Subscribed to the email list. The giveaway is for a pint of our homemade maple syrup. You can watch the sap to syrup process @OrdinarySherpa on Instagram. If you would like to be entered into the giveaway drawing you can leave a review by going to ordinarysherpa.com/review for a tutorial on how to leave a review AND ordinarysherp.com/subscribe to join our email list and get adventure goodies delivered to your inbox.
187. Doc G Interviews His Siblings About Money and Growing Up
Earn & Invest
Doc G invites his siblings on to talk about money and growing up. Do siblings perceive their financial upbringing in the same way? We discuss frugality, careers, and financial independence. Learn some of the backstory on how Doc G came to have the financial habits he now has. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is There More to Life Than Chasing Money or Importance? — Doc G
The New Man
Do you worry that you’re on the wrong path in life?Are you focused on goals and outcomes or doing what you actually enjoy?And what if there’s more to life than chasing money or the need to be important?Before Doc G became a writer and host of the Earn and Invest podcast, he was like many doctors. But after years spent chasing outcomes, money and building an ideal version of himself, he realized he was in a trap. Today we discuss how he reinvented his personal and professional life based on what gave him a sense of aliveness and meaning. We’ll also dive into our fixation on money, safety, and why death can be a wonderful teacher.In this interview:Is life forcing you to change?Who are you if you’re not chasing money?Joseph Campbell on feeling aliveDoing things to prove we’re enoughWhy ego gets in the way of meaning or purposePlus:Why Doc G got depressed once he was financially freeThinking if you were someone else you’d be free once and for allRedefining your life based on what brings aliveness and meaningChasing outcomes instead of enjoying the processDealing with resistance and self-doubtSearching for “hacks” to avoid discomfort, risk, and vulnerabilityAnd:How dealing with death on a regular basis impacts our ability to liveWhat is hospice?What is the dying process like?How does spirituality affect our ability to die peacefully?The fear of dying with peace instead of regretshttps://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/2021/02/doc-g-earn-investYou don't have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanier uses with his coaching clients — including Navy SEALs, executives, and entrepreneurs. The Daily Toolkit is available for immediate download.https://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/Most men will let fear get the best of them. This book is not for most men.This Book Will Make You Dangerous is a swift kick in the ass that will make you laugh out loud. It’s a practical guide to play for what we truly want, to get over ourselves, and have a ton of fun along the way.This Book Will Make You Dangerous is now available at DangerousBookstore.com.https://dangerousbookstore.com