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Wealthy Wellthy Wise

Let’s get to the truth of the matter. Can you live without money? Or your body? Yet, how tough is it to find time (and good help) for managing wealth or wellth?! Let’s make it infinitely easier to care for these 2 essentials of a rich life. Let’s cut through misguided, popular beliefs to get straight to the unconventional, bleeding-edge truths. You don’t have to waste any more time on your quest for the good life. Introducing Wealthy Wellthy™ Wise. Where the good life starts.
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Jun 28, 2019

On this episode of The Wealthy Wellthy Podcast, my new friend Natalie Matushenko joined me to discuss her passion for helping men and women design their power and purpose during the second half of their lives. Natalie personally experienced a mindset shift when her hormones began changing in her late 30s and her epiphany was that she wanted to step back from her job in the financial sector to help others.

Many people, particularly women, spend their 20s and 30s caring for their children and families, and when their kids are out of the house and their hormones begin changing, they find themselves wondering if they are really doing what they want to do with their lives. Through this subtle shift or as a result of a specific event, they often realize that they have the time and space to be more self-aware and even pursue goals or dreams that they have never thought possible. Perhaps they are disenchanted with the career ladder they have been climbing in the pursuit of “more” and want to do something that will make a difference.

These people would be wise to seek counsel from Natalie or someone like her who is experienced in coaching people as they “climb the second mountain.” Many of Natalie’s clients come into their first meeting under the assumption that they are “too old”, to which Natalie replies: “Too old for what? What is the alternative?” Often, people get in their own ways and let their negative beliefs shape their decision making, when the best thing they can do for themselves is let go and dream a little.

For show notes and more info visit:

http://wealthywellthy.life/141 

Jun 21, 2019

Kelly Notaras is an author and editor who spent her early adult life learning the book publishing industry and perfecting her craft before going out on her own and starting KN Literary Arts. She joins me for this episode of The Wealthy Wellthy Podcast.

Everyone has a message that they want to tell the world, but very few people know how to get started. Do I build up a following first? How do I become known as a thought leader? What is the best hook for my book? Is it better to self-publish or send proposals to traditional publishers to hopefully get a book deal? Kelly answers these questions and many more during our time together, and she will certainly inspire listeners to put some more thought into their own perspective books that have always been on the back burner.

Kelly pulls back the curtain on the book publishing industry and busts a lot of the myths that have persisted and given people the wrong ideas about what writing a book is really like. Having just published a book of her own (“The Book You Were Born to Write”) along with her extensive experience helping others along their journeys, Kelly is in a prime spot to coach, encourage, and guide those who are considering writing their own book.

In terms of financial benefits, Kelly discusses the additional revenue streams that can be opened up by writing a book, especially when your book builds brand recognition and credibility that leads people to want to purchase more of your products or services. Entrepreneurs are at an advantage when it comes to the marketing aspects of publishing a book as well, because these marketing activities make up a majority of their efforts, even more than the actual writing of the book. I personally found my conversation with Kelly very informative and inspiring, and I hope you will too.

For show notes and more info visit:

http://wealthywellthy.life/140 

Jun 14, 2019

Our guest on this episode of The Wealthy Wellthy Podcast is Mark Roderick, an attorney who devotes most of his time to crowdfunding. Maybe you are like me in thinking that crowdfunding is pretty straightforward and self-explanatory. I mean, if your friend is looking to start a business and you want to support them, you can donate or invest through their crowdfunding page online and that’s that, right?

Every entrepreneur faces the stage in their business where they need to acquire capital, either from acquaintances, networking, angel investors, venture capitalists, or strategic partners. This process is messy and confusing, filled with regulations and stipulations that may make acquiring the capital more trouble than it is worth. This was partially due to the antiquated laws that were created in the aftermath of The Great Depression and were stifling in the modern economic climate. However, in 2012, the Jobs Act made it legal for entrepreneurs to advertise to raise capital. This opened up a whole new world for small business owners and others who were desperate to be able to connect more easily with potential investors as well as investors who were eager to find new opportunities.

During the interview, Mark distinguishes between the 3 kinds of crowdfunding: (1) to accredited investors only, (2) Regulation A to accredited or non accredited investors, and (3) Title 3 – which is the most common. He also talks about the factors that are most important from a legal perspective when you are determining which crowdfunding site to use to raise capital or to invest capital. It was also interesting to hear Mark spell out the 3 reasons why people invest through crowdfunding: (1) they want to support the company, (2) to do social good, and (3) to make money.

Mark even gave me some advice about a real estate deal I am considering and revealed that 90-95% of the capital exchanged through crowdfunding is for real estate transactions. Finally, he busted a couple of myths regarding the amount of risk involved in crowdfunding and whether money raised from others is subject to securities laws.

 

For show notes and more info visit:

http://wealthywellthy.life/139 

Jun 7, 2019

On this episode of The Wealthy Wellthy Podcast, I got to chat with Ali Watts about fitness, health, nutrition, sleep, managing stress, and so much more. Ali has a real passion for life and for helping others get what they want out of life, which is often not what they initially think they want. She has a knack for helping people see the root of their desire to get fit, lose weight, or be healthy.

Ali and I share a lot of the same views on health and fitness, but at the same time she taught me so much during our conversation about the importance of sleep and especially emphasizing how you are eating as much as what you are eating. We also share a mentality that tries to force us to just keep pushing and never slow down, and Ali talks about several times in her life where her body instead forced her to slow down, even on the brink of death.

Many people view fitness as a stress reliever, but it is – in fact – a stressor. Ali describes how if you are coming home from a stressful day at work, the least healthy thing for you to do might be to go to the gym. You should instead listen to your body, connect with a loved one, eat a nutritious dinner, and get a good night’s sleep. For those who find a good night’s sleep elusive, Ali provides some stellar and free tips to try to ensure that you fall asleep quickly and stay asleep throughout the night. This episode was jam-packed with helpful tidbits that we can all implement into our lives, so I hope you’ll give it a listen!

 

For show notes and more info visit:

http://wealthywellthy.life/138 

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