Weekly Roundup – Momentums Finest On Saturdays VOL 40 [Nov 17]
Happy Saturday Momentum Makers!
Hopefully all is well and your weekend is off to a great start. It’s almost Thanksgiving for my friend’s south of the border. Winter is hitting us up here in Ontario. The Holidays are quickly approaching. What a great time to keep pushing and to stay motivated with the progress we’ve built in 2018.
Let’s cut to the chase…we’re going to dive right in this week’s Momentums Finest.
Volume 40 features 13 blog posts (including mine) and 7 podcast episodes covering personal finance, investing, career changes and much more.
MY POSTS THIS WEEK
- 13 Great Motivational YouTube Videos To Get Inspired For Success & Take Action: Want to get inspired for success and to take action in your life? Here are 13 great motivational YouTube videos to get focused, driven and energized.
- Momentum Series Interview – Time In The Market: Long-Term Investing To Wealth: This week’s Momentum Series interview is with the personal finance blogger J from Time In The Market. We discuss his financial journey, investing strategies, blogging experience and more.
- DailyRewards Review Canada: Legit Surveys And Rewards To Make Money Online: There are plenty of ways to make extra money online from your computer and phone. DailyRewards is a paid survey and rewards service in Canada, but is it legit? Check out this DailyRewards review.
PERSONAL FINANCE BLOG POSTS
Is Financial Independence With Kids Possible? from Apathy Ends
This post from Apathy Ends is packed full of advice, stats and first-hand experiences of pursuing FI with kids. From the major challenges to the best practices of optimizing finances based on their own family, it’s a great read.
The Real Secret To Attract Money With Your Mind from Wealth Well Done
Billy from Wealth Well Done highlights the four key principles that are supporting his financial journey in terms of attracting money with his mind. Those four principles are a strategic framework to base your decisions (both consciously and subconsciously) around to help build wealth on your terms.
50 Ways To Become More Frugal from The Three Year Experiment
Frugality comes in all shapes and sizes. The key is not to deprive yourself of everything but to cut out spending that doesn’t deliver you the most value so that you can concentrate on spending on what does. Laurie from The Three Year Experiment pulled together this post outlining 50 different ways to become more frugal from various financial bloggers.
7 Ways To Financial Success For The Financially Unsuccessful from Moneylogue
The seven strategies from Moneylogue noted in this post are meant to serve as a guide, a roadmap leading you to financial success and a better financial future. Mentorship, accruing knowledge, learning from mistakes and 4 other strategies aimed to help support your financial journey towards success.
Millionaire Interviews from ESI Money
ESI Money has now reached the century mark with his great Millionaire Interview series. 100 different interviews with different individuals who’ve passed the seven figure net worth barrier. In terms of learning from those with the skills, experience and insight when it comes to earning money, saving money and investing money, this interview series is an amazing resource.
Top Ten Ways To Avoid Bad Investments from NextGen Wealth
Money mistakes are something we all make along the way. Whether big or small, it’s hard to get through life without tripping yourself up. That can be especially true when it comes to investing. However, we can learn to avoid future mistakes through our own experiences and those of others. Clint from NextGen Wealth sheds light on ten different ways to avoid bad investments.
5 Powerful Habits of Ultra Successful People from Femme Frugality
Similar to ESI Money, what better way to learn and generate your own wealth then by building around habits of successful people who’ve reached that level? Femme Frugality points out 5 powerful habits that run consistent across millionaires and those at the upper echelon as people and professionals.
LIFESTYLE, WELLNESS & PRODUCTIVITY BLOG POSTS
Everything I Know About Minimalism I Learned From The Zombie Apocalypse from Bitches Get Riches
Bitches Get Riches is one of the most entertaining and insightful personal finance blogs on the web. This post on lessons on minimalism from the zombie apocalypse framework is an exact example of that. Great GIFs and witty lines but most importantly, awesome and practical advice weaved in.
6 Powerful Life Lessons from Stars Who Crushed Adversity from The Rich Miser
Speaking of taking lessons from other walks of life, The Rich Miser recently shared a post that showcases 6 examples of celebrities overcoming tough times. It’s a nice cross-section of stars and life lessons to help you get inspired.
How Can I Plan For A Successful Career Change? from Women Who Money
Changing careers can be extremely stressful, daunting and even detrimental if not done correctly. This post from Women Who Money dives into the key evaluation points on why you might look to shift careers and potential tools to support you while best making that choice. Choosing or changing careers won’t be easy but doing the proper preparation will definitely help.
PERSONAL FINANCE PODCAST EPISODES
From 2 Incomes To 1: How She Quit Her Job & Couldn’t Be Happier from The Stacking Benjamins Show
Chris and Andrea from Money Peach join The Stacking Benjamins Show to share their financial journey. In particular, how they transitioned from two incomes to one and continued to thrive. Side hustles, frugality, being intentional, budgeting and a ton more, it’s an episode packed full of relatable experiences.
How To Build Wealth By Investing In ETFs from Mo’ Money Podcast
The founder and CEO of Purpose Investments Inc. sits down with Jessica Moorhouse on the Mo’ Money Podcast to discuss investing. While geared more towards at the beginning of their investing journey, the content is rooted in helping you build wealth the smart and simple way: diversity, low fees and strong assets.
The Business Of Money from Journey To Launch
Two of the best personal finance podcasts teamed up here on Journey To Launch as Farnoosh Torabi joins the show as a guest. Since being in debt and making peanuts in New York, Farnoosh has gone on to become one of the most leading personal finance content creators and authorities.
Veteran’s Day, Risk & Retirement Planning from Everyday Money Show
Hank is an Active Duty Army Officer, entrepreneur, and personal finance expert who has been writing about money for over 10 years at Money Q&A. He recently took up the guest seat on Everyday Money Show. The topics include his military experience, investing and assessing your risk tolerance.
Get Your FOMO Spending in Shape This Year from Millennial Money
We’ve all been guilty of FOMO before when it comes to the purchases or experiences of others (well most of us have). Whether it’s big, small, a trip, vehicle, clothing or something else. Shannah from Millennial Money sits down with Maizie Simpson, CEO of Credit Karma, to chat about FOMO spending, credit scores, managing your bills and much more.
LIFESTYLE, WELLNESS & PRODUCTIVITY PODCAST EPISODES
Seize Every Opportunity from 2 Money Guys Podcast
Are you ready to seize an opportunity if it comes your way? The 2 Money Guys Podcast spoke with actor John Tague to discuss how he seized the opportunities that presented themselves as well as how he created his own opportunities for obtaining roles. Plus the two review an article on seizing opportunities in terms of your finances and a listener call on paying off debt vs. investing.
10 Strategies to Be Happier Through Gratitude from The Tim Ferriss Show
A.J. Jacobs, the New York Times Best Seller, takes over The Tim Ferriss Show in this special episode. A.J. goes through 10 strategies for being happier through gratitude in stressful times.
LIFE FOR THE BETTER INTERVIEW
This week I was lucky enough to be featured on the Life For The Better interview series Living A Better Life.
This interview series focuses on how they are living a better life. They can be living a better life by pursuing financial independence, minimalism, simplicity, and many more aspects. I really enjoyed the questions that they asked and recommend you check out the interview.
That’s it for Volume 40 – have a great rest of your weekend!