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Automating Your Finances with Joe Saul-Sehy

The Best Advice Show

Joe Saul-Sehy is the creator and co-host of the Stacking Benjamins and Money With Friends podcasts Understanding Time Horizons with Justin WaringTo offer your own advice, call Zak @ 844-935-BESTTRANSCRIPT: ZAK: Today on the show, a few simple tweaks you can make to automate your financial picture.JOE: That's one of my favorite things to talk about, Zak and I think it's the hidden thing that people don't think about. They think they need to make more money. They think that they need to pay attention to their budget a lot. Which, you know, both those things are great but, man, automated your financial picture so that money just goes to the right place I think is the best advice I've got.ZAK: Heck yeah. So, I have been meaning to do that for, I don't know, five years and just haven't. So, how would you suggest folks get started?JOE: Well, the cool thing about it is that you just do it once. The nice thing about automating your finances is you do it once and it's all done. And I think that the way we think about it is that our brains can only handle so much at one time. Here's where I'm coming from. Sherlock Holmes, the smartest guy who never lived, in A Study in Scarlet, he famously said, 'What the deuce is the solar system to me.' And what he's really saying is he only has so much room in his brain attic and he needs to just focus on the important stuff. And one of my favorite researchers about time management, a woman named, Laura Vanderkam. She talks about our brains being a battery and that battery during the course of a day, it runs out. So, I don't want my brain battery running out before I remember to build my net worth. So, this is where automation comes in and all these important things we need to do, like remember to save and pay the bills on time. If we automate that stuff, we can just focus on the most important thing in our financial life which is finding ways to be better at our job and maybe make more money or have a more fulfilling career.ZAK: I love it. So, what do you use to automate?JOE: So, the first thing I have is something that helps me track my money and I use a low-cost program called Tiller cause I don't like ads but there's plenty of free things. There's a great one called Clarity Money. There's another one called Mint. There's Money Lion. The bad news about those apps is that they will market to you at the same time as they're helping you but what I like about all of these is that you can set alerts that you tell you when you go over set numbers. So if I spend too much money at a restaurant. This happened to me just a few weeks ago. I go through a drive-thru to pick up some food and immediately my phone buzzes because I went over my restaurant budget for that week. I really like the fact that I don't have to pay attention to my money every minute. I just have to pay attention at critical times. The other thing, though. The one that most people have is if you have a job and you have direct deposit, almost everyone direct deposits to their checking account and this is a really easy, automation shift. So, you already have the automation, we just have to have it go to the right place. Have that go to you savings account instead. And all of a sudden your brain has flipped and now the money is automatically saved and instead of deciding how much of your paycheck you want to save, now your money is already saved and you have to decide how much you want to spend and now we're doing critical task, number one, I think, which is we're disassociating the amount of money that we make from the amount of money that we spend. And when I made that one switch, all of a sudden where I didn't think I could save money before, money started piling up in my savings account because I'd always leave a little there instead of taking every dime to spend on whatever I needed that walk.

5mins

31 Mar 2021

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412 top money tips, pay off house or invest, pet insurance, how much to invest + Tesla shares (with guest host Joe Saul-Sehy, USA)

my millennial money

Joe Saul-Sehy is the creator and co-host of the Stacking Benjamins and Money With Friends podcasts, and a friend of Glen's! Joe was a financial planner for 16 years before turning his hand to teaching his listeners about personal finance. In this episode he helps answer your questions, including:👉🏽Q1: Currently I’m a student attempting to save for a house. Currently my partner and I nearly have 10% of our deposit saved. Although this is our goal all I want is a golden retriever. When is the best time to buy a dog and what do you need to have to be financially ready for one? E.g. how much do you need to have in a savings account for one? Is pet insurance worth it?👉🏻Q2: Is there a hard and fast role for knowing what percentage of my net worth should be in ETFs, cash and other asset classes e.g. property?👉Q3: What is the best way to set up for future wealth when by nature you're a person who can't settle in one place? I've just turned 34, want to grow my wealth/invest in something. The only catch is I'm single and the idea of 'settling down' in one place makes me feel claustrophobic. I'm also not waiting around for a man to appear and either way, a man is not a plan!Here's the book Joe mentions, 'The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People': https://booktopia.kh4ffx.net/VyyrZO Check out Glen's Personal Financial Plan ebook: https://bit.ly/glenspersonalplanGet $20 off The Glen James Spending Plan using the code "MAGIC". Link to course below!For podcast resources, links to our stuff, disclaimers & warnings about this episode + more... check out: https://www.sortyourmoneyout.com/shownotes🛑 This podcast is for education and entertainment purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for professional financial, tax or legal advice. Any advice is general financial advice only which does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the advice is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on the information. If you do choose to buy a financial product read the product disclosure statement and obtain appropriate financial advice tailored to your needs. We may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this video for entertainment & illustration purposes only. We may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation. While we do our best to provide accurate information, we accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be communicated in this podcast. SYMO interactive Pty Ltd, the publisher of the podcast, is an authorised representative of MoneySherpa Pty Ltd which holds financial services licence 451289. Please read our Financial Services Guide located at sortyourmoneyout.com. This podcast is intended for residents of Australia.We acknowledge the darkinjung people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which our studio sits, and pay respects to their Elders past and present. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who may listen to our podcast.

41mins

29 Mar 2021

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Beer Review: MillerCoors - PBR Pabst Blue Ribbon (feat. Joe Saul-Sehy)

Budgets & Brews

PBR Pabst Blue Ribbon - ABV: 4.8% IBU: 10 CAL: 128Beer Facts: Introduced in 1844 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Pabst Blue Ribbon takes its name from Frederick Pabst PBR got a special shout-out in the country song "Rednecks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer", which went on to become a charting hit in 1973. The singer, Johnny Russell. To stay alive during Prohibition, they started making cheese under the name Pabst-ett After picking up some awards, Pabst began the practice of tying a blue silk ribbon around the neck of every Best Select beer in 1882MillerCoors - PBR The pour/head retention (15) Rich: 13 Tony: 6 Joe: 7 The appearance/color (10) Rich: 10 Tony: 8 Joe: 9 The smell (20) Rich: 10 Tony: 14 Joe: 15 The taste (30) Rich: 25 Tony: 17 Joe: 20 The aftertaste (25) Rich: 16 Tony: 14 Joe: 14 The overall rankings (100) Rich: 74 Tony: 59 Joe: 65Last Week's Episode Ep. 31) Gamification & The Robinhood Debate  (feat. Joe Saul-Sehy)Connect BudgetsandBrews.com FaceBook Page Instagram Twitter YouTube

25mins

28 Mar 2021

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Ep. 31) Gamification & The Robinhood Debate (feat. Joe Saul-Sehy from The Stacking Benjamins Show)

Budgets & Brews

We discuss what gamification is, talk about what other apps are implementing it, and then go head-to-head proving pros and cons of the app Robinhood. Tune in to find out who will come out a winner! *Our Episodes are now on YouTube! Connect BudgetsandBrews.com FaceBook Page Instagram Twitter YouTube     Show Notes Robinhood & Gamification Article About Joe

39mins

24 Mar 2021

Most Popular

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Build a Podcasting Empire and Start Stacking Benjamins with Joe Saul-Sehy

Successfully Unemployed Show with Entrepreneurs Investors and Side Hustle

The Stacking Benjamins podcast is a widely successful podcast and media company empire with multiple podcasts, awards, and millions of downloads. Founder Joe Saul-Sehy is on the Successfully Unemployed show and teaching us how to create a podcast empire to become successfully unemployed.Get my real estate investing course for free: https://masterpassiveincome.com/freecoursesu// WHAT TO WATCH NEXTStart a Podcast: https://youtu.be/YdKKwSSOnJAMake Money Online: https://youtu.be/WDkRHg3uxR0Flea Market Flipper: https://youtu.be/MYEoeQPT-5E//BEST BUSINESS COURSES I RECOMMENDStart Investing In Real Estate: https://masterpassiveincome.com/wealthbuildersStart an Online Business: https://successfullyunemployed.co/p24Start a podcast: https://successfullyunemployed.co/podcourseMake money on Etsy: https://successfullyunemployed.co/goldcityCreate a Facebook Ads Agency: https://successfullyunemployed.co/laptopempiresMake $ from nothing as a Flea Market Flipper: https://successfullyunemployed.co/fleamarketflipperLearn how to invest in land: https://successfullyunemployed.co/retipster//OTHER RESOURCES:Bank I use: https://successfullyunemployed.co/bankWebsite hosting I use: https://successfullyunemployed.co/sitegroundMembership Tools I Use for My Online Business: https://successfullyunemployed.co/kartraNOTE: This description may contains affiliate links to products we enjoy using ourselves. Should you choose to use these links, this channel may earn affiliate commissions at no additional cost to you. We appreciate your support!

55mins

23 Feb 2021

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184. Rewind: Never Ignore What Drives You w/ Joe Saul-Sehy and The Problem With Price Fixing w/ Joshua Sheats

Earn & Invest

In this rewind episode we talk about what motivates us with Joe Saul-Sehy  from The Stacking Benjamins Podcast and a bonus segment with Joshua Sheats about COVID and the problem with price fixing.  

1hr 29mins

11 Feb 2021

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EDBL 002: Some of The Most Interesting Bucket List Ideas with Joe Saul-Sehy of Stacking Benjamins

The Everyday Bucket List Podcast

In this session of the Everyday Bucket List Podcast, I chat with Joe Saul-Sehy who is the podcast co-host of the award winning Stacking Benjamins Show & Money with Friends Podcast. He discusses Texarkana in the U.S. as well as some of the most interesting travel bucket list destinations. Plus, one creepy one. Also, find out one of his ideas for fun things to do at home with friends or family. Be sure to subscribe to the show!

35mins

25 Nov 2020

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Stacking Benjamins with Joe Saul-Sehy

Micro Empires

"It’s not about being smart; it’s about protecting your blind spots and having someone in the corner to disagree with you". -Joe Saul-Sehy  Today my guest is Joe Saul-Sehy, a former Financial Planner and the Founder and Host of the Award-Winning Podcasts The Stacking Benjamins Show and Money With Friends Podcast. With his years of experience and passion for finance, he has helped many people retire early and reach their financial goals.  Let’s dive right in as we talk about money, shame, why, and how to hire a financial coach. [00:01 - 04:49] Opening Segment I introduced Joe to the show Joe and I talk about how we met I Joined the Stacking Benjamins Community  Joe checked out Micro Empired Podcast [04:50 - 15:20] The Podcast and Diverse Community  Joe talks about building a brand through the podcast Be a part of a community and the discussion  Joe talks about the perks of being in a Podcast Community  Have friends around the world  He shares about his experience meeting his audience for the first time The ability to add value and gain more knowledge  The art of being in the community is, you will find people that are like you and also those that are very different Learning from diversity in the community Uncovering the society labels  Fighting against the discrimination  Joe talks about the injustice and challenges that people of color have to face  [15:21 - 24:55] Work Smarter and Harder Quick shoutout to my Podcast Producers: Streamlined Podcasts Use promo code: jives and get a discount Joe talks about his money culture growing up Discussing money was considered taboo Credit card debt issues Having  hard-working parents Joe shares the story about the money talks he got with  his neighbor In current culture, people tend to not talk about money or debt openly, but still spends alot  It creates a deadly cycle life [24:56 - 40:09] Finding The Right Financial Advisor  The smartest people that I know always surround themselves with smarter people than them Joe shares his experience being a financial advisor  Surround yourself with the people that handle money well Don’t be emotionally invested in your goals.  Why does someone say, ‘Don’t have a financial advisor because they are corrupt.’  Due to bad experiences and tainted impressions  It’s not about being smart; it’s about protecting your blind spots and having someone in the corner to disagree with you  Joe shares some tips for finding a good financial advisor Interview more people  Ask about their credentials Fee-only advisors are a better way to go Joe talks about being a good and successful advisor Fee-only advisor vs. commission advisor  Commission, only advisors, aren’t incentivized enough to make correct decisions 100% of the time He talks about Jane Bryant Quinn’s research Joe talks about how some people look for financial advices from social media groups and the people that they never know  [40:10 - 59:00] The Money Culture of Learning and Shame  Every time you are about to make a financial decision, ask yourself, “Towards what end will this take me?” The systemic culture of the fear of learning something new Create the learning culture for yourself It is okay not to be right.  What am I going to learn next?  Create your MBA for yourself Don’t feel stupid for asking.  Being curious keeps you young.  It’s not about chasing the money but doing something that you love.  Joe talks about his coaches.  Tony Stubblebine  If you want to learn something fast, hire a coach Joe talks about the Strategic Coach Program he had signed up for Learning from other entrepreneurs too At what age do you think you are going to die, and how do you want people to know you? Why do you have to wait to get to that age and not to live it now? [01:00:00- 01:02:46] Closing Segment Joe and I share some jokes about money and chicken  Final words Tweetable Quotes: “It’s not about being smart; it’s about protecting your blind spots and having someone in the corner to disagree with you.” -  Joe Saul-Sehy. “The only way for your clients to win is for you to stay in business.” - Joe Saul-Sehy. “The smartest people that I know always surround themselves with smarter people than them.” - Joe Saul-Sehy Resources Mentioned: The Stacking Benjamins Podcast Money with Friends Podcast Tony Stubblebine  Strategic Coach  The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business by Josh Kaufman Josh Kaufman  If you’d like to connect with Joel, you can find him on Linkedin and Twitter. You can visit his website at https://joesaulsehy.com/ or email to joe@stackingbenjamins.com.  You can connect with me on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. I’m excited to know more about you. I’m excited to know more about you. Also, feel free to shoot me an email at jennifer@micro-empires.com. You can call or text 213-973-7206 TELL US WHAT YOU THINK! LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes. This podcast is about YOU.  We all have a story, whether your story is a lot like mine or totally different. Maybe you have a good job, but you know in your heart that you want more.  Let's Work Together Subscribe to download my FREE eBook, "3 Steps to Pivot and Thrive: Using Micro-Risks to Build Your Micro Empire." Click https://micro-empires.com/coaching and I’ll see you there!

1hr 2mins

20 Oct 2020

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139: Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Life Insurance (But Absolutely Need To) with Joe Saul-Sehy

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

Life Insurance is the most exciting topic on the planet!Just kidding. But just because it isn’t a super exciting topic doesn’t mean you don’t need to know about it.Today, Joe Saul-Sehy, host of the Stacking Benjamins podcast, joins Scott and Mindy to talk about Life Insurance. Joe comes from a background as a financial planner and was licensed to sell every type of insurance product available.Joe is here today because he understands how life insurance works - how it's priced, how you can use it, the pros and cons of the product - but he has no skin in the game whether you buy life insurance or not.He's the perfect person to explain this product from a factual standpoint and let you make the decision of what type - if any - is best for you, based on facts, not commissions.Joe walks us through the basics and shares how life insurance actually covers you - from term, to whole, to universal life. There's no bad product, only different ways of paying out.If you're struggling with how to figure out what life insurance policy is right for you, this episode can't be missed.In This Episode We Cover:How life insurance worksHow to incorporate life insurance into financial planningWhat bucket of insurance should people be thinking aboutHow does life insurance gets priceWhole life insurance versus term life insuranceUniversal life insuranceWhat decreasing term policy and level term policy areThings that affect insurabilityTax triangleIs life insurance payout taxedWhat age should you get life insuranceWhat makes good life insurance policyCommon reasons for being denied in life insuranceAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Money Facebook GroupBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Money Podcast 40XY Planning Network

1hr 14mins

24 Aug 2020

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743: Forget Hustle, Focus on Alignment {My Interview with Joe Saul-Sehy}

Mom Is In Control Podcast

"When in doubt, check if your actions are aligned with your purpose." – Azim Jamal & Brian Tracy In this episode, Joe and I talk about: How to focus on alignment How to take better care of yourself for more sustainability How to bring more energy into your life Check out Joe's Stacking Benjamins podcast here: https://www.stackingbenjamins.com/ Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_

31mins

6 Jul 2020

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