Entrepreneurship as ArtVocacy
Entrepreneurship. Advocacy. Art. Activism. In this episode, we will see how all these words are interconnected. We will learn about social entrepreneurship, and the steps to start a non-profit, and what ARTivism means. Listen to my interesting conversation with Angela Zhang, a teen entrepreneur, artist and activist. She is the founder of ArtVocacy, a youth-led movement shining light on issues that really matter through the creative arts. ArtVocacy: https://artvocacy-co.org/ Voice$: https://www.whyfimatters.com/post/on-the-value-of-money Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/whyfimatters)
Dun Dun Dunnn...Student Loans
This episode we will be faced with the kryptonite of many American’s lives, the Student Loans. But knowledge equals power, right? Hopefully, after this episode, you will be able to get some clarity on all your concerns surrounding Student Loans. I am excited to interview Ryan Law, a professional certified financial planner and award winning educator. Ryan has dedicated his work to simplifying personal finances, specifically student loans and even has a book, "Student Loan Planning: A Borrowers Guide to Understanding and Repaying Student Loan Debt". Ryan Law: https://ryanhlaw.com/
WhyFI Matter$ Fin ED promo
Welcome to WhyFI Matter$! You might recognize us as a podcast but this is our promotion video for our initiative FinED where we aim to make financial education accessible to youth around the world! If you are interested in a Fin ED workshop email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Back 2 School: How to pay for college
In this episode, the dreaded questions of 'paying for college' arises. But have no fear. Today's interview with Robert Farrington, America's Millennial Money Expert and America's student loan's expert, will shed light on this topic. Robert is also the founder of the College Investor, aimed at helping millennials get out of debt and start building real wealth in their future. Learn all about how to pay for college and the best order of operations! p.s. This episode is recommended not only for the teens but also for their parents!! The College Investor: https://thecollegeinvestor.com/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/whyfimatters)
Back 2 School: Admissions Uncovered
Although many of us are probably not actually going back to a physical school this year, college is still a topic we constantly think and worry about. Hopefully through today's episode some of your burning questions regarding the college admissions process and cost of college will be answered. In this episode I interview current Columbia University undergrad, Michael Gao, who is also the host Admissions Uncovered podcast. Admissions Uncovered: https://admissionsuncovered.com/ FinED workshop registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-financial-education-workshops-for-tweens-and-teens-tickets-116044262513
Consumerism: 7 Rings or My Favorite Things
Lashes and diamonds, ATM machines, buy myself all of my favorite things...!! A while ago, I created a podcast episode about the advertising barrage and advertising industry titled, "the Advertising Cult". That episode definitely complements this week's episode focusing on Consumerism! Listen to this episode where I talk about consumerism ranging from Ariana Grande's hit song "7 Rings", "My Favorite things" from Sound of Music, to the 'scarcity mindset', BUYcotting, the minimalistic lifestyle we can adopt and so much more! If you want to listen to the "Advertising Cult": https://www.whyfimatters.com/listen/episode/4743437d/the-advertising-cult FinED: https://www.whyfimatters.com/fined Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/whyfimatters)
The Frugal Athlete: An Interview with Amobi Okugo
What a quintessential podcast for episode #23! 23 being the number of sports legend, Michael Jordan, this episode is for the athletes! I am interviewing Amobi Okugo, a professional soccer player, who has competed on various stages including the 2012 olympics! Amobi created a financial literacy platform, A Frugal Athlete to provide a resource to other athletes and people interested to live a life well-spent and also highlight the financial- decision making of athletes. A Frugal Athlete: https://www.afrugalathlete.com/
Bank-sy It: Why Financial Inclusion Matters
The most exciting thing that happened last week was I finally got a bank account (and this just goes to show how exciting my last week was) and became financially included! So, this episode I want to talk about the important global issue of lack of financial inclusion and how Financial Technology ( FinTech) is helping improve financial inclusion especially among the underprivileged. Listen to learn more!