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Cubs talk for Cubs fans. Hosts Ryan Lieber and Chad Gordon, hatched their plan for this Podcast while watching the Cubs take batting practice before World Series Game 6. Each episode explore 9 "innings" of topics with a special 7th Inning guest conductor/interview with a Chicago sports reporter/anchor or a leader in the sports broadcasting world. Previous guests include Andre Dawson, Joe Buck, Mike Wilbon, Chris Myers, Karl Ravech, Len Kasper, Pat Hughes, MIke Greenberg, Sarah Spain, Marc Si ...
 
According to FastCompany, "the Stacking Benjamins podcast...strikes a great balance of fun and functional." Created live from Joe's mom's half-finished basement....you'll hear a parade of financial headlines, personal finance experts, creatives, and people with stories that inspire us. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, hosts Joe Saul-Sehy & OG meet at the card table and bring you guests, trivia, your letters about saving, investing, and risk management, and much more. Academy of Podcast w ...
 
This is the show about the most proven and and predictable way to to build 7-figure businesses. Presented by Ryan Daniel Moran, founder of Capitalism.com and successful physical products entrepreneur, MDB reveals how Ryan and his partners build brands, invest the profits, and create financial freedom. If you need the steps to get your idea or what you have out the door and into the real world this is the playbook. If you want your first sellable company, this is the show for you.
 
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Whether you've been investing for a week, for years, or anything in between, it's always a good idea to keep the fundamentals in mind. BUT....on the other hand, we love to have fun, and it's Friday after all! That's why today we're treating you to a Stacking Benjamins game-show version of "Guess the 10 Habits to Become a Better Investor!" We pulled…
 
1st inning: How should the Cubs approach Beaz, Rizzo and Bryant contracts? 2nd inning: Arrieta second time around better than other former Cubs? 3rd inning: Un-Conventional 4th inning: What’s the one question you’d want to ask someone this year?5th inning: Is the bullpen key to the season? 6th inning: Should it be Bote or Nico at 2B? 7th inning: Ke…
 
Special full unedited edition. Chad and Ryan Chat with ESPN Pardon the Interruption’s Mike Wilbon. We’ve Joined the Barroom Network Find and follow us online on Twitter: @ryandlieber @thechadgordon, @bearsbarroom @cubsconfines join us on Facebook: Chicago Cubs Friendly Confines Facebook page Check out our website www.theconfines.com To join our new…
 
John Warrillow has built and sold many businesses, and has created a business value builder system used by thousands of businesses worldwide. With many, many years of experience under his belt, John knows a thing or two on how to bring value to a business. Today, he brings that wealth of knowledge with him to help make better financial sense for yo…
 
What's the next step after you finally "make it"? While it's easy to scoff at the problems of people who are financially set, it's not uncommon to lose a sense of purpose once you jump out of the rat race. Bigger questions start to come up: what's your real purpose in life? What type of legacy are you leaving behind? How will your personal relation…
 
Feeling stuck? Maybe it's time to move. Of course, it's a lot easier to write about moving than actually planning and doing it. And while a move may pay off in the long run, there could be a hit initially to your finances. With that in mind, today we ask our round table contributors: what exactly would encourage you to move? Better location? Pay? M…
 
How do you have money conversations with the people in your life without making things awkward? From asking the boss for a raise to having a tricky money chat you'd rather not have with a family member, and even to opening honest lines of communication with your partner - money can be a scary topic to broach. We bring good news: it doesn't have to …
 
1st inning-Arrietta is back 2nd inning-What does the rotation look like now? 3rd inning-Spring Training schedule 25% capacity 4th inning-Regular season schedule is here more day games5th inning-PECOTA numbers are 6th inning-Do we still need to play the anthem? 7th inning-Wilbon Part 2 8th inning-Kershaw puts Cubs on blast 9th inning-Arrietta greate…
 
Think you can't network like a pro because you're an introvert? Better put your party hat on and take a shot of liquid courage, because our guest today is coming in with strategies and techniques that'll turn anyone into a lean, green, networking machine. (Without resorting to sending out hundreds of spam emails). Our guest, Matthew Pollard, has he…
 
Love is in the air, and today, no matter your relationship status, you're gonna LOVE our discussion on your relationship with money. How is it? Is it healthy? Growing? Worrying? We'll discuss all of the emotions around money on today's show, featuring a cast of financial media peeps including Paul Ollinger from the Crazy Money podcast; Paula Pant f…
 
Well, we went and added a comma. You weren't counting, but mom was. Today we'll share the money lessons we've learned over our first 1,000 (wow, have we really made that many?) episodes. Plus, we'll hear from many of our friends you'll recognize from the financial community. We'll share a monster list of our favorite books and resources, but all of…
 
It seems absurd now, but Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph was told early on that his company name would never work. Today, he's going to give us some of the same advice he's giving on his new podcast, "That Will Never Work." We'll discuss fighting fear, hiring the right team, having conviction in your ideas, and more. And don't worry if you aren't …
 
1st inning-Bauer leaves the NL Central 2nd inning-Spring Training to start on time 3rd inning-Williams, Chafin, and Alcantara sign on4th inning-Worst Cubs off-season ever?5th inning-Should the Cubs consider trading Baez at deadline? 6th inning-Fowler reunited with Maddon 7th inning-Wilbon interview part I 8th inning-Is the NL Central the weakest di…
 
How do you get to the top of your game? How far would you go to keep your business and personal social groups aligned with your goals? We'll quiz our roundtable, plus get their thoughts on the number one goal they're trying to attain currently. Our contributors this week are Sandy Smith from YesIAmCheap.com; Paula Pant from the Afford Anything podc…
 
We've told plenty of incredible underdog financial stories on the podcast, but none like the one's you'll hear today. More than recovering from 6-figure debt or learning how to balance their budget, today we're excited to bring you the stories of the first black Americans, some of whom survived slavery, but who all went on to become millionaires. S…
 
Wondering what the heck is going on with GameStop? We'll dedicate some time to explain everything from the beginning: why GameStop and Robinhood are in the news, what a short squeeze is and how it happens in real-time, why Robinhood (and other companies) stopped investors from buying GameStop stock, and more. Of course, we'll also take on the obvio…
 
1st inning-Arenado traded to Cardinals 2nd inning-Pederson signs up with Cubs3rd inning-Ricketts loosens the purse 4th inning-Are Arrieta and Samardzija next? 5th inning-Kohl Stewart/Austin Romine sign up 6th inning-Union rejects DH and expanded post-season 7th inning-Messmer Int 8th inning-Nobody makes Hall of Fame class 9th inning-Hank Aaron vs C…
 
Life is about odds, and so are negotiations. How do you stack the deck so that you're "playing to the judge" the next time you're in a pressure discussion, high stakes negotiation, or difficult conversation? Today we're joined by a woman who teaches her students to interview better using many subtle (and not so subtle skills), the Scholarship Shark…
 
What do New York City's richest residents, murderous unions, and world-famous guests like Marilyn Monroe and the Beatles have in common? The Plaza Hotel! Julie Satow, award-winning journalist and author of The Plaza, joins us today to share the century of fascinating stories the hotel holds between its walls. From fortunes beyond measure to the Gre…
 
Beyond the big sticker price, New York Times money columnist Ron Lieber has a different mindset than most about college costs. After Ron explains why most of our assumptions on college costs are wrong (that includes you), he'll share three key criteria about what we're really looking for when it comes to higher education. We'll also tackle the no-c…
 
Not sure how to ask for a raise at work? Don't know how to initiate seemingly awkward money conversations with the people around you? This one is for you. Joining us today with their best tips on having an honest, productive dialogue around money are our roundtable contributors: Doc G from the Earn&Invest podcast; Len Penzo from the LenPenzo.com bl…
 
1st inning-Mr. Lester goes to Washington 2nd inning-Bryant not having fun anymore? 3rd inning-Farewell to Q and Woody 4th Inning-What’s next for this team? 5th inning-Theo the next Commissioner?6th inning- Porter fired by Mets 7th inning-Marv Levy interview 8th inning-Why no Cubs convention?9th inning-White House WS visit anniversary--- Send in a v…
 
Today we welcome the two-time Emmy award-winning host of Travelscope, Joseph Rosendo to the show to share travel tips as we dust off the suitcases and hopefully get ready to hit the road during the latter part of the year. What should we plan to see? Should we try for more or see less? What does he think about travel groups, packing, and learning t…
 
Ryan Harris has had a front row seat to stress. Over a 10 year career in the National Football League and 4 years as a starting lineman at Notre Dame, he played in plenty of "this is the most important play of all" situations. Now on a quest to help empower people to embrace better financial habits, the former Super Bowl 50 winner joins us today to…
 
We're all tired of hearing about what a "dumpster fire" 2020 was. How do we reboot the computer, restart the machine, refresh the situation, and re-fire our financial engine? That's our topic today, and OG, Paula Pant (AffordAnything), and special guest Roger Whitney (Retirement Answer Man) all have helpful ideas about getting back on track. Halfwa…
 
1st inning-Manfred says get ready for 1622nd inning-Schwarber off to the Nats 3rd inning-Yu Darvish to San Diego 4th inning-Bryant/Contreras going next? 5th inning-Boog new voice of the Cubs6th inning-Cubs in on Kluber7th inning-Greenberg Interview8th inning-Season tickets for fans 9th inning-Cubs still favorites in NL Central? --- Send in a voice …
 
How do you balance getting what you want now without mortgaging your future? Or on the other hand, how do you avoid have ZERO fun today while you prep for a rosy tomorrow? We often recommend that you look at your situation as if you're a business, and today we'll talk to a man who led one business to amazing results, the former CEO of Honeywell, Da…
 
Know those people who say you need a 4-year university degree to reach success and financial independence? Our guest, Myra Oliver, has a thing or two to say about that. She's worked as a hairstylist, real estate broker, and now is our resident financial coach on today's show. Myra knew she didn't need a degree to reach her goals of financial freedo…
 
Today we stay focused on goal setting. We're turning our attention to our group of financial media members and asking them how THEY are achieving their own goals. They'll share how they communicate, hold family members accountable, and stay on track. Joining us today is special guest and host of the Seven Figures podcast, Sandy Waters; Paula pant f…
 
Rules. When things go wrong we think, "We should make some more guidelines. That'll help people keep things moving." However, Netflix decided that rules might be the problem, so they eliminated many of them. Study after study shows that Netflix employees report high satisfaction with their jobs and perform at a highly productive rate. So how do the…
 
Most of us start each year looking at external goals, such as "What can I gain," or "How can I achieve...", but after the dumpster fire we just experienced last year, we think the best place to begin 2021 is to look INWARD. If you know yourself better, you'll be able to address your strengths and cover your weaknesses. On today's show, Rachel Cruze…
 
2020 Year In Review Part 21st Inning-#6-Alec Mills No Hitter2nd Inning-#5-Jon Lester Departs3rd Inning-#4-Yu Darvish Dominance#4th Inning-#3-Cubs Central Division Champs5th Inning-#2-Theo Departs6th Inning-#1Covid Hits7th Inning-Silvy Interview Part 28th Inning-Ryan & Chad’s favorite interviews of 20209th Inning-Our 2021 Hopes. SPECIAL OFFER: The F…
 
Wish you knew what the future held? Us too! While we can only foresee the future as well as the next guy, our brilliant, all-knowing device is all fired up and ready to go to kick off your 2021. That's right, this is our annual Magic 8-Ball episode, where we look back on the events of 2020 and ask a plastic, Walmart-purchased kid's toy what it thin…
 
Welcome to our final show of 2020! We're finishing our the year that seemed like it would never end with another classic episode from 2014. Long-time listeners may remember our interview with one-half of the two man Cannonball Run crew, and new listeners will appreciate this one. Just remember, the show format was a little different back then. Make…
 
Welcome to our second most quirky Stacking Benjamins interview. This show goes way back, so don't worry if the format feels a little different. You can read our short and sweet headlines below: Ken Perenyi forged masterpieces for a living…until the FBI showed up on his doorstep one day. Ken’s book, Caveat Emptor, describes how he went from a school…
 
Just a few more days until the new year! We're keeping our countdown going strong with one of America's original big-time investors: Abigail Adams. You can read our original show notes below: As Women’s History Month draws to a close we suddenly realize….we’ve done nothing to celebrate! Today on the show we make up for that (‘in spades,” as mom say…
 
Welcome to day four of our countdown! You didn't think we would stop did you? Today in our New Years countdown featuring our quirkiest interviews, we're turning back the clock to our time with documentary filmmaker Sanjay Rawal. You can read our original show notes below: Establishing your BEST financial habits means realizing that it isn’t about b…
 
Welcome to day three of our countdown! You may recognize this one from earlier this year, but we just couldn't bring ourselves to leave this one off the list. You can read our original show notes on this Dominatrix-themed episode below: Do you have trouble staying in charge of your money? Maybe you let your priorities get away from you and want to …
 
Welcome to day two of our countdown to New Years! Did you know that one group of people tend to live longer than the rest of the population? This episode was one of our old-school "short stacks," and you'll find just the interview in this one. You can read our original show notes below: Dr. Anna Corwin, a (then) anthropology PhD candidate at UCLA s…
 
Welcome to our countdown to New Years! Leading up to our New Year's Magic 8-ball episode with Len Penzo we're bringing you our top "quirkiest" interviews. These shows were released from this last year all the way to 2013, so you're in for a real treat. We're kicking things off with our interview with Tracy Coenen, a forensic spy who uses her knowle…
 
1st Inning-#12-Marquee Hits the Airwaves 2nd Inning-#11-Rossy Takes Over 3rd Inning-#10-Marlins Sweep Cubs 4th Inning-#9-Javy’s Struggles 5th Inning-#8-Kyle Schwarber Released 6th Inning-#7-Len Goes to the Southside 7th Inning-Silvy Interview Part 1 8th Inning-Chad & Ryan’s Favorite Interviews of 2020 9th Inning-Our Xmas Wish for 2021--- Send in a …
 
What was YOUR biggest lesson from 2020, besides avoid pandemics? Today we'll share our top 5 (plus an "honorable mention") events from maybe the weirdest year in recent memory. There were MANY great takeaways this year, so it was difficult to decide. Today we'll talk about the importance of emergency funds, relationships, giving, sticking to your i…
 
Comedy Central is such a part of American culture that its existence seems obvious, but that wasn't always the case. The process of creating Comedy Central is a story of perseverance, luck, believing in yourself and your idea, and more. We'll talk to Art Bell about his original idea for Comedy Central, his background, and how he wound up pitching i…
 
1st inning-MLB Season delayed until May? 2nd inning-Schwarber wants to return? 3rd inning-Ross says he needs to work on communication 4th inning-Maddon says Theo could run NFL team and win Super Bowl 5th inning-Could Amaya be ready sooner? 6th inning Negro League News Federalist Reader7th inning-Stretch interview with Rick Horrow8th inning-Would yo…
 
With the end of 2020 FINALLY in sight, (and what a long 38 months it's been), we're excited to bring you all of our best lessons from the last year. Between Paula Pant and Len Penzo, with OG and Joe weighing in on all of their top picks, you'll have plenty to chew on. We'd write more here...but who wants to give up what our top picks are? Just list…
 
Few people have seen as many great ideas (and horrible ideas) as Paul Merriman. We were listening to Paul Merriman's advice long before we had a podcast and today we FINALLY were able to sit down with him...and he doesn't disappoint. Today Paul dishes out five ideas that will all make you over a million dollars more during your lifetime if you're a…
 
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