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Join the Debt Free Divas - personal finance coaches who can help you save more of your hard earned cash so you can eradicate debt and build wealth. We provide unCommon financial good cents! solutions to your common money struggles. The Divas are making finance fashionable. Your personal finances that is...Visit us @ www.debtfreedivas.org

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Join the Debt Free Divas - personal finance coaches who can help you save more of your hard earned cash so you can eradicate debt and build wealth. We provide unCommon financial good cents! solutions to your common money struggles. The Divas are making finance fashionable. Your personal finances that is...Visit us @ www.debtfreedivas.org

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By Anything shdjsjdn - Jul 23 2018
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MAPS Really? A lot of talk, but little to do with money... BUSY? Another pointless acronym More of a self help podcast. If you’re trying to get out of debt just read Dave Ramsey.

Everything!

By WMAlways - Nov 28 2017
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This podcast is everything!!! Thanks for sharing Toni!!

iTunes Ratings

22 Ratings
Average Ratings
17
1
1
1
2

No

By Anything shdjsjdn - Jul 23 2018
Read more
MAPS Really? A lot of talk, but little to do with money... BUSY? Another pointless acronym More of a self help podcast. If you’re trying to get out of debt just read Dave Ramsey.

Everything!

By WMAlways - Nov 28 2017
Read more
This podcast is everything!!! Thanks for sharing Toni!!

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Midday Money Show

Updated 6 days ago

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Join the Debt Free Divas - personal finance coaches who can help you save more of your hard earned cash so you can eradicate debt and build wealth. We provide unCommon financial good cents! solutions to your common money struggles. The Divas are making finance fashionable. Your personal finances that is...Visit us @ www.debtfreedivas.org

Rank #1: She Paid Off $100,000 in Credit Card Debt in 3 Years

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We have over 20 personal finance experts assembled to help you start the New Year off right.

Learn from the masters on everything from budgeting to boosting your income to investing.

I spoke with two women who made incredible strides paying off credit card debt. They took different paths, but ultimately landed at a place of debt freedom.

Lynnette Khalfani-Cox is a nationally recognize speaker and financial educator. She is The Money Coach and she's a speaker for our summit.

LaTisha Styles started YoungFinances.com to chronicle her journey out of debt and ended up becoming a highly successful digital entrepreneur.

Here is your preview of what to expect in the upcoming New Year New You Financial Summit.

Jan 05 2017

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Rank #2: Melanie Lockert Broke Up with $81,000 of Student Loan Debt

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Melanie Lockert used the "good debt", student loans, to fund her undergraduate and masters degrees. When she couldn't find full-time work, she battled depression, loneliness, and self-confidence issues. Writing a Dear Debt letter and taking action helped her rebound emotionally and financially from a dark hole and helped her pay back all $81,000 of her student loan debt.

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. If you debt has you down and you are plagued with thoughts of hurting yourself, please seek help. Melanie did and it was useful. NAMI is a good place to start.

Sep 03 2018

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Rank #3: I Paid Off $40,000 of Debt and Am Now Free To Serve

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Effrem Jackson has 12 years of experience in the financial services industry. However, we focus on the three years it took him and his wife to pay off $40,000 of consumer debt. Toward the end of their journey, they experience a potentially life-changing course of action that was confirmation that debt freedom is a wise lifestyle of choice.

Aug 27 2018

32mins

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Rank #4: How to Setup Your FIRE plan. Step #1

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If that FIRE isn't just shut up in your bones, but a financial freedom goal on your to-do list; this series is for you.

As I walk through my own plan for financial freedom, we'll explore what big picture items should be included. Step #1: Clearly identify what financial freedom means to you and what it will look like when you accomplish it.

I lay my plans out in plain English. Next, I want you to be able to clearly articulate yours.

Aug 14 2018

8mins

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Rank #5: She Paid Off $100,000 in Credit Card Debt in 3 Years

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I spoke with two women who made incredible strides paying off credit card debt. They took different paths, but ultimately landed at a place of debt freedom.

Lynnette Khalfani-Cox is a nationally recognize speaker and financial educator. She is The Money Coach and she's a speaker for our summit.

LaTisha Styles started YoungFinances.com to chronicle her journey out of debt and ended up becoming a highly successful digital entrepreneur.

Aug 01 2018

16mins

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Rank #6: Savings Tips: Learning From the Ant

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If you're living from paycheck to paycheck, putting money aside for savings might seem like a pipe dream. This podcast, originally recorded in 2011 when I had co-hosts, covers tried and true tips for generating extra cash. We need to look no further than the ant as we figure out how to pad a saving's stash before an emergency strikes.

Also, if you want to know what Osama bin Laden can teach us about the need to save, I apparently went there.

Feb 05 2018

25mins

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Rank #7: 3 Tips for Staying on Budget

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If you're like 60% of Americans, you agree that operating from a budget is a good idea. It's easier said than done. Today, we'll cover 3 easy tips for staying on budget. You want to prioritize TCB, taking care of your business.

Aug 23 2018

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Rank #8: She's No Longer Saving For Retirement

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Aja McClanahan became "Hood Rich" when she moved to a blighted neighborhood and paid off $120,000. That was 10 years ago. Now, she's embarking on the next phase of her plan to take over the world...or at least take control of her family's financial future.

Aug 13 2018

33mins

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Rank #9: Mistakes with Money #2: We Bought A Timeshare

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Buying a timeshare is right up there with the dumb things we did to accumulate debt. Of course, we didn't pay cash. We finance the initial cost - $7500. The escalating maintenance fees and poorly managed property made this a miserable decision to make in 20 minutes on a vacation.

Yes, timeshares are a waste of time and resources. 

Jun 07 2018

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Rank #10: F.I.R.E. Up Your Financial Goals

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A look at what financial independence is and how you and I can take steps to make that happen while we are young enough to enjoy it.

I speak with Todd Tressider, the Financial Mentor, and Mindy Jenson of Bigger Pockets to get their experience achieving financial independence.

Aug 03 2018

23mins

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Rank #11: Creative Twist on Debt Freedom

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Aja McClanahan and her family paid off $110,000 and are debt free, including their mortgage. As you listen to their unique experience in achieving and maintaining debt freedom, ask yourself, what can you do to achieve your goals? Stay connected with Aja's journey on her blog: Principles of Increase.

Stay connected with the Divas on FacebookTwitter, or visit our website.

Jul 20 2018

26mins

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Rank #12: Sticking to Long-Term Goals: Focus on Manageable Chunks

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Paying off debt is a long-term goal and can definitely be "boring" here and there. To achieve success, I'm sharing how to break the big goal into manageable chunks and knock out a few quick wins. 

You can trick yourself into staying focused over the long-term by taking action on interim steps for the win.

Jul 10 2018

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Rank #13: 5 Dumb Things to Do While in Debt

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This week, I'll be sharing how I've learned from my money mistakes. To kick off the conversation, here's a blast from the past. 5 common money mistakes and how we can do better.

Jun 04 2018

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Rank #14: How Damus Kicked Butt and Dumped $125K in Debt of 1 Year

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Damus Smith wanted to be the next Sean John, FUBU, or what have you. He has a gift for entrepreneurship and an eye for fashion. Why not start a clothing line.

He was rubbing shoulders with Russel Simmons – chasing his dream.

He was also over $100,000 in debt.

More details here at DebtFreeDivas.org.

Jul 23 2018

28mins

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Rank #15: How Whitney Hansen Dumped $30,000 in Student Loan Debt in 10 Months

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Whitney Hansen shares an amazing story of knocking out a financial goal. She paid off $30,000 10 months after graduating from college - without parental help.

Nov 02 2017

28mins

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Rank #16: Affirmations That Work - Miracle Morning 7-day Challenge

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Day #2 of the Miracle Morning Challenge should have you sitting in silence and thinking about positive affirmations. The science is in. When you can see it, you can be it. That's all that visualizations are. First, the thoughts are planted and then you actually move in the direction of bringing these desires to pass.

Let's do this. But, Stuart Smalley is not our reference point. Remember him? LOL! Let's go. Day #2. Dig in.

Join the challenge at DebtFreeDivas.org/miracle.

Jul 03 2018

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Rank #17: Simple Ways to De-Stress Over Money

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72% of Americans experience financial stress at least once during the month. I spoke with a range of experts to figure out what we can do to minimize the money related stress. Stress can inhibit progress toward financial goals. Give yourself a mental break and refocus without money-related stress.

Apr 13 2017

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Rank #18: How to Build a $300,000 in the Bank Attitude

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Maarten Van Lier makes his home in Milwaukee, but he traveled from the Netherlands to find the American Dream. In 2000, Maarten’s co-worker made a side comment that started the ball rolling on Maarten’s 13-year journey to millionaire status. This mild-mannered, salaried employee & his wife drew a line in the sand. They wanted to be millionaires in 10 years and he joins us today to describe exactly how they did it.

Show notes for this episode.

If $200/month extra would make a difference in your debt dumping progress, let me help you find it. Sign up for a free consultation.

Disclaimer: Maarten Van Lier is not a financial advisor or expert. All information provided is based on his specific situation and offered for information and motivational purposes only. You should seek advice from a licensed investment professional for custom feedback on your specific situation.

Nov 23 2017

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Rank #19: Money Taboos Keeping You Poor - Staying Silent About Plans

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A financial plan could be as simple as your monthly budget or as complex as retirement planning. Not talking about your plan because you're not happy with it or you don't have one can work against you.

Develop that plan, bounce it off others, and let everyone around you know what that plan is. Whatever you do, don't keep silent.

Jun 14 2018

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Rank #20: How Anita Dhake Became Financially Independent at 35

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Anita Dhake has taken her plan for financial independence from concept to reality. It started – of course – with paying off debt. That has to be the number 1 priority - financially speaking. As you enjoy Anita’s story, think about what your plan is. Do you have it clearly defined? Not like ours was in the past - “someday I want to be a millionaire”. But have you figured out what it will take to reach your goals. If you are dumping debt right now. Keep pushing. If not, there's no time like the present.

Oct 19 2017

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