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Welcome to episode 110, 5 first steps for new entrepreneurs! We're in our second episode of a four week series, where I interview one person on various topics for a month. Does this sound confusing? It's not, I promise! Also, I will still be featuring all of your favorite content on personal finance and entrepreneurship, just now I'm going to be taking a deeper dive. Curious? Read on!
What We’re Chatting About This Week
Welcome to episode 110 – and welcome to our new format! About a year ago this week, I updated the podcast to a new format, what you've been seeing for the last year. I release a new episode every week, and all episodes are about 25 minutes a week. Now, I'll be heading in a slightly different direction for the time being.
Over the last year, almost every podcast has featured a personal finance or entrepreneurship expert. Don't worry – I am not changing that focus! What is changing is how I feature guests: now, I'll have one guest for four episodes – 1 guest a month!
Every single one of these people will have finance or entrepreneurship expertise. In this episode, we are covering the 5 steps entrepreneurs need to take with the wonderful, effervescent Whitney Hansen! Whitney has been a guest on the show before, and I've been a guest on her show (The Money Nerds) plus we have our own podcast together, Oh No We Didn't!
In this episode, Whitney and I will be chatting all about personal profitability – and entrepreneurship 🙂 Take a listen and let me know what you think!
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This Month's Guest
Whitney Hansen is a personal finance coach and entrepreneur. She teaches overwhelmed millennials how to pay off debt and be financially independent by giving them the tools to have more fun with money and sprinkling in a little silliness. Some of Whitney's accomplishments are paying off $30,000 in 10 months, buying her first home at 19, and paying $472 for her master's degree.
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Difficult host that starts with a ‘b’? Does it rhyme with “shoehost”? Hahaha.
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