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Best Jesse Mecham podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Jesse Mecham podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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It all begins with savings and cash flow! Most people play the dangerous game of chasing after outrageous returns risking all their money in aggressive joint ventures, real estate, and the stock market. Stop what you’re doing and LISTEN so we can show you how you really can enjoy today AND can have a way wealthier tomorrow.
 
In this podcast, we interview remote startup leaders, remote work advocates and CEOs of distributed teams who thrive outside of Silicon Valley. They share insight on what works and doesn't, so you can learn to do it right. Tune in to learn more about how these remote work entrepreneurs and thought leaders have overcome challenges, increased productivity, managed communication and more!
 
The Launch Solid Podcast: Tech Startups, Software Products, Entrepreneurship and Online Business.My name is Carlos Taborda, I'm the Founder of Launch Solid. For the past 10 years I've been building products for startups and Fortune 500 companies. I've recently become a podcaster and blogger to share my experiences with entrepreneurs who are creating tech products.
 
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The Engineer of Finance and Yuri Maltsev discuss the evils of socialism. Yuri N. Maltsev is a Professor of Economics at Carthage College in Wisconsin. He’s held various government and research positions in Moscow, Russia. He has authored and co-authored fifteen books and over a hundred articles. He is a recipient of the Luminary Award of the Free M…
 
Topics also covered on the podcast episode: What attracted Steph to remote work The “give and take” approach in remote hiring How Steph learned to be a better communicator Can you deliberately train communication skills? How to encourage top-down empathy in an organization Why humility should be at the core of leadership The three must-have qualiti…
 
At YNAB there is a document called the Vision Doc, which spells out the “commander’s intent” for the company, how to behave and act on the company’s behalf. Employees must make many decisions on a day to day basis, but with a clear commander’s intent they have the freedom to make those smaller decisions while adhering to the company’s greater goal.…
 
The Engineer of Finance and Tammi share their insights about coronavirus and the importance of liquidity, savings, and how you can use the Bankosaurus® as a key tool for your finances. Stay tuned! Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent…
 
Jesse reads an excerpt from the book The End of Average by Todd Rose. In the late 1940's the Air Force had a dangerous problem on its hands -- aircraft of all kinds were malfunctioning and crashing at alarming rates. The Air Force brought in scientist Lt Gilbert S Daniels to diagnose the problem. Daniels discovered that the Air Force had designed c…
 
Being selfless helps us identify and connect with others and that, in and of itself, is rewarding. The Engineer of Finance discusses how selflessness and selfishness and how Coronavirus relates to the world of finance. Stay tuned to learn more! Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal …
 
We often talk about the budget as if it’s a noun. Is it “in the budget”? Did you check the budget? When you treat the budget as a noun it takes on a rigid, inflexible quality, like the budget is set on stone tablets. But what if we thought about “budget” as a verb? As an action, an activity, budgeting becomes a process, a thing which can change and…
 
There's a cliche in TV and film whenever something bad happens in a crowd of people, inevitably someone in the crowd shouts "why doesn't someone do something!" This is usually the cue for the superhero to enter stage right. We hear this sentiment all the time, not just in bad cinema, but in real life. Anytime a problem reaches a level of widespread…
 
They are prepared for emergencies, for setbacks, for unexpected life changes. In fact emergencies don’t seem to happen as often to them. YNAB’ers are a lucky set, it seems, but maybe there’s more to the truth than a roll of the dice. Survivorship bias is a logical fallacy in which you focus on a group of people or things that made it past a selecti…
 
In episode 411, Jesse decried the ubiquity of credit cards and the fact that they enjoy a number of benefits that plain old debit cards do not... at the risk of getting yourself in debt. Since then, he's learned of a few strategies for managing fraud risk with debit cards. Sign up for a free 34-day trial of YNAB at www.youneedabudget.com Also, go t…
 
Jesse admits he's got an itch to scratch. He likes to invest gamble in the stock market from time to time, using an app that allows him to trade at the swipe of a finger. At least he's honest -- it's gambling with fun money, not investing. And that's the key. It's money he can afford to lose, and it's not much. Sign up for a free 34-day trial of YN…
 
Wealth is not a dirty word. After all, wealth can allow us to do many interesting and fulfilling things with our lives. At the very least, it provides options, opening up the range of possibilities before us. Simply put, wealth can allow us to live the life we want to live. The only problem is that the accumulation of wealth is often followed by in…
 
Save money for known future expenses, or pay down debt? It's a challenge many people face while trying to eliminate their debt. It's a conundrum too -- you could take your savings and pay down debt now, or hold onto to those savings for the new tires you know your car needs next month, or the Christmas gifts you want to buy for the family. If you d…
 
Jesse reflects on a Senate bill -- now signed into law as the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act -- which will require a greater amount of employers to offer 401(k) plans to employees. The new law also makes it easier for annuities to be included in 401(k) offerings by easing the fiduciary rules around fees and expen…
 
For better or worse (probably worse), credit cards are a major part of our financial world now. Cash is becoming less and less convenient to use every year, and debit cards continue to lack the same level of fraud protection that credit cards enjoy. This isn't coincidence either. Jesse attended a "payments trends" conference in 2019, where the main…
 
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