rich & REGULAR with Julien and Kiersten Saunders
Not rich and famous. rich & REGULAR. Sure, it would be great to be famous. But there’s a lot you can do on your income if you’re smart about it. SUCCESS Money Editors Kiersten and Julien Saunders give out the tips and tricks but also dive deeper into the concepts behind wise money management.
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You may have heard people in the personal finance space discussing their money stories—the impressions we gain about money from our parents in our early years—and how those stories impact our adult lives. It can take time to parse out all the elements of your particular money story, but the benefits can help you see your blind spots and take significant steps forward on your money journey.
We are often told by personal finance experts that money should only be viewed as a tool to reach our goals, with no emotions attached to it. For many of us, money is a symbol of past financial mistakes that cause feelings of fear, shame and guilt that follow us throughout our lives. If your parents struggled with money, it can feel as though they doomed you to have a horrible relationship with your finances as well. With that feeling comes a sense you can never reach your financial goals. Thankfully, your relationship with money doesn’t have to be a futile struggle, but it does take effort to turn that relationship into something healthy.
Why do we earn money? There are various reasons, but for a lot of us, the answer is to find freedom. Once you’ve covered your necessities, you can start to look further down the road toward financial independence, which leads to actual freedom—the ability to do what you want to do when you want to do it.
SUCCESS Stories with Kindra Hall
Welcome to the SUCCESS Stories podcast with Kindra Hall. In this podcast series, Kindra will take you behind the scenes with the most successful and innovative entrepreneurs. You’ll hear the stories behind their success that you haven’t heard anywhere else.
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Michael Jai White on Ditching Your Hollywood Heroes and Other Lessons from a Career in Entertainment
Jai White has worked with some of Hollywood’s best-known figures, including Issa Rae, Janet Jackson, Tyler Perry, Heath Ledger and Martin Sheen. Walking onto a set with superstars of this caliber sounds like both a dream and extremely intimidating—unless you’re Jai White.
If your definition of success involves pushing yourself to achieve a goal, there’s no one more successful than Olympic Gold medalists. Every two years, we watch their victories replayed on highlight reels, forever freezing them at their athletic peak. But in the meantime, they’ve had to find out where to go after reaching the top.
The greatest athletes in the world all have coaches. They know that no matter their level of talent, there are always areas for improvement. A coach might not be as good at the game overall, but they’re an expert in the exact area where their athlete needs help. The same goes for entrepreneurs.
The SUCCESS Line with Rory Vaden
SUCCESS Entrepreneurship editor Rory Vaden knows what it means to be an entrepreneur. Each week, the New York Times best-selling author, founder of Brand Builders Group and founder of seven, six-figure businesses gives one-on-one coaching to everyday entrepreneurs facing real-world challenges.
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Regardless of what you may be rebounding from—a new child, a lost job, a big move, etc.—read on for my top three tips to break free from chronic overwork, multiply your time and take care of yourself (and your loved ones) in the future.
This week’s conversation on SUCCESS Line was an important one, and I am so grateful to my guest for her honesty and vulnerability in sharing her story. I talk to Sharon, a successful real-estate appraiser with more than 25 years of experience. She is also someone who has seen, personally, the havoc depression can wreak on someone’s life. After walking through her pain and surviving it, she started a nonprofit to help other women battling depression and anxiety get the help they need.
Almost all young entrepreneurs lack clarity around their position in the marketplace, and this week’s guest is no different. Craig is a young entrepreneur in Utah who, like me, got his start in door-to-door sales. But he has always loved coaching and teaching, and his dream is to become a public speaker and best-selling author. So how does he break through the noise and get his message out there? And how does he know who most needs to hear what he has to say?
Brilliant Thoughts with Tristan Ahumada
Brilliant Thoughts is about people. It’s about how relationships shape careers. It’s about how influence shapes industries. It’s about how at the end of the day, ones and zeroes on spreadsheets represent real humans and no one is going to find success without keeping that top of mind.
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In business, your ability to influence people is everything. You need to inspire smart, hardworking experts to join your team and help you grow your business. A customer needs lots of convincing before they open their purse or wallet to buy your products. In both cases, persuasion is your best tool for steering people in the right direction.
In this episode of Brilliant Thoughts, SUCCESS People Editor Tristan Ahumada talks to Glenn and Mindy Stearns (Burbano) about leading with kindness. Mindy is a media personality and philanthropist who loves to help others. Glenn works in real estate and wants to change the aggressive, profit-driven side of his industry. He recently founded Kind Lending, a company where “fun is mandatory” and “friendly professionals” assist homebuyers.
You’re never alone in your business—not even as a solopreneur. From customers to wholesale retailers to investors, there’s a larger ecosystem supporting your dreams. Weaving all these facets together so your business can thrive is an underrated skill. Entrepreneurs who do it well aren’t just great at running a business; they’re experts at building new relationships with the right people.