More Money Podcast

"More Money Podcast" Hosted by Jessica Moorhouse.

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396 How to Earn Smarter, Not Harder - Financial Content Creator, Nathan Kennedy

396 How to Earn Smarter, Not Harder - Financial Content Creator, Nathan Kennedy

With finfluencers everywhere talking about 6-figure incomes and starting a side hustle, is it even possible to build wealth, reach your financial goals and retire one day working a 9-to-5? It sure is, and that's one of the reasons I invited Nathan Kennedy, who you may know from TikTok or Instagram as NewMoneyNate, to talk all about it. In this podcast episode, Nathan not only shares his tips for employees to earn smarter, not harder while living the life they want, but we also discuss financial certifications and the lack thereof with many financial content creators (and whether it really matters), Nathan's journey from 9-to-5er to full-time financial literacy educator, common money mistakes he hears from his audience, and career and negotiation advice that actually works. Follow me: Instagram @jessicaimoorhouse Threads @jessicaimoorhouse TikTok @jessicaimoorhouse Facebook @jessicaimoorhouse YouTube @jessicamoorhouse LinkedIn - Jessica Moorhouse For full episode show notes and transcript visit jessicamoorhouse.com/396 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
395 Balancing Love and Money - Author of Talk Money to Me and Host of Trading Secrets, Jason Tartick

395 Balancing Love and Money - Author of Talk Money to Me and Host of Trading Secrets, Jason Tartick

Fans of The Bachelorette/Bachelor... I've got a treat for you! Jason Tartick, former constant on The Bachelorette (Season 14) is on the show! As an expert in the financial field, with an MBA in accounting and finance and a decade of experience in banking, but also because hey, he put his love life out there and isn't afraid to talk about it, in his second book to hits shelves, he's the perfect person to talk to about how to balance love and money. It also makes sense why he wrote his second book to hit shelves, Talk Money to Me: The 8 Essential Financial Questions to Discuss With Your Partner. In this episode, Jason shares a behind-the-scenes look at his time on reality TV looking for love, as well as his best advice for couples on how to navigate the complicated realm of money together. We also talk about financial red flags to be aware of, combining your finances (or not), the importance of prenups, and why no matter how awkward it may be, for any relationship to thrive, you need to talk about money! To enter to win a copy of his book, make sure to visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contest to enter to win. Follow me: Instagram @jessicaimoorhouse Threads @jessicaimoorhouse TikTok @jessicaimoorhouse Facebook @jessicaimoorhouse YouTube @jessicamoorhouse LinkedIn - Jessica Moorhouse For full episode show notes and transcript visit jessicamoorhouse.com/395 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
394 Why Women Need to Invest More Than Ever - Author of Invest Like a Girl, Jessica Spangler

394 Why Women Need to Invest More Than Ever - Author of Invest Like a Girl, Jessica Spangler

It's always exciting to have another Jessica on the show and I've got the amazing Jessica Spangler on the podcast today! Doctor by day and financial content creator by night, she has just come out with her first book called Invest Like a Girl aimed at empowering women to take control of their finances and build wealth. Because as the data shows, women are actually really, really good at investing. However, data also shows that many women are still hoarding cash instead of investing it, and this needs to change (especially since statistically we live longer than men so we need that extra money!). In this episode, we delve into what inspired Jessica to take her finances seriously and start teaching others about it on the side, what barriers women face when it comes to financial education, earning higher incomes and taking action with their money, and some practical steps to get started right after this episode. And one of those steps could be to check out my very own investing course called Wealth Building Blueprint for Canadians. To enter to win a copy of her book, make sure to visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contest to enter to win. Follow me: Instagram @jessicaimoorhouse Threads @jessicaimoorhouse TikTok @jessicaimoorhouse Facebook @jessicaimoorhouse YouTube @jessicamoorhouse LinkedIn - Jessica Moorhouse For full episode show notes and transcript visit jessicamoorhouse.com/394 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
393 How to Get the Most Out of AIR MILES - President of AIR MILES, Shawn Stewart

393 How to Get the Most Out of AIR MILES - President of AIR MILES, Shawn Stewart

Are you leaving money on the table by not collecting rewards? Or maybe you don't think it's worth the time and energy of signing up and remembering to scan your card (or use the app) to collect? Well, to hopefully change your mind and get you to start earning rewards on things you're already spending money on, for this episode, I'm joined by President of AIR MILES Shawn Stewart who shares what big changes have happened to the program, what innovations are to come, and how you can take advantage of this free program to earn miles and redeem for travel, merchandise and so much more. I've actually been an AIR MILES member since I was in my early 20s and it was the first rewards program I ever signed up to since I remember being told by my mom that if you're not collecting rewards, you're missing out on free money. And it's true. Over the years, I've been able to redeem my miles for gift cards, free groceries, and merchandise, and it costs me nothing to participate besides the time it takes for me to whip out my card (or the app) and scan it whenever I'm doing my shopping. I've always been of the mind that loyalty programs should be part of everyone's financial plan, so hopefully you'll learn a few things about why rewards are important, why you should take advantage, and what are the best ways to earn and redeem AIR MILES specifically. This episode of the More Money Podcast is sponsored by AIR MILES®. Sign up today and start earning rewards with the AIR MILES Reward Program™. Follow me: Instagram @jessicaimoorhouse Threads @jessicaimoorhouse TikTok @jessicaimoorhouse Facebook @jessicaimoorhouse YouTube @jessicamoorhouse LinkedIn - Jessica Moorhouse For full episode show notes and transcript visit jessicamoorhouse.com/393 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
392 Breaking Free from Scarcity - New York Times Bestselling Author of Scarcity Brain and The Comfort Crisis, Michael Easter

392 Breaking Free from Scarcity - New York Times Bestselling Author of Scarcity Brain and The Comfort Crisis, Michael Easter

Do you ever feel like no matter what you do there's never enough? Never enough time. Never enough stuff. And especially never enough money. If you said yes, you're not alone. For most of us humans, we're stuck in a scarcity loop without knowing how we got there or how to get out. Luckily, there is a way out, and New York Times bestselling author of Scarcity Brain, Michael Easter, is on the show to talk all about it. For your reference, the scarcity loop is: Opportunity -> Unpredictable Reward -> Quick Repeatability Once you understand this, you can start seeing how it appears in all aspects of your life and how it can especially impact your financial present and future. But as Michael shares in his book, although scarcity helped our ancestors survive in a world where there wasn't enough, it's actually hurting us in this new world of abundance. The only way to combat this is to become aware of our triggers and behaviours and reevaluate what success and fulfillment mean outside of consumerism. To enter to win a copy of his book, make sure to visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contest to enter to win. This episode of the More Money Podcast is presented by The Globe and Mail. Visit TGAM.ca/Jessica to get unrestricted access to globeandmail.com for only $1.99/week for 52 weeks (plus tax). Follow me: Instagram @jessicaimoorhouse Threads @jessicaimoorhouse TikTok @jessicaimoorhouse Facebook @jessicaimoorhouse YouTube @jessicamoorhouse LinkedIn - Jessica Moorhouse For full episode show notes and transcript visit jessicamoorhouse.com/392 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
391 Your Future Self Will Thank You: How to Retire Well - Author of Your Best Financial Life, Anne Lester

391 Your Future Self Will Thank You: How to Retire Well - Author of Your Best Financial Life, Anne Lester

It's been a tough road for millennials and Gen Zs with mountains of student debt, recessions, layoffs, and housing prices going through the roof to deal with. But as my next guest shares in this episode, all hope isn't lost and it's still possible to live your best financial life and have a comfortable retirement. Anne Lester, author of Your Best Financial Life, has been hailed as a "pioneer and innovator" by Morningstar and has worked in all aspects of retirement for the past 30 years. In other words, she's seen plenty of ups and downs in the markets and people's financial lives and still believes that anyone can change their financial future if they follow the strategic path she sets out in her book. She was able to become "work optional" at 60 and hopes to teach as many people as she can how they can take control of their financial destinies and live a better financial life moving forward. I'll also be giving away a copy of her book, so make sure to visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contest to enter to win. This episode of the More Money Podcast is presented by The Globe and Mail. Visit TGAM.ca/Jessica to get unrestricted access to globeandmail.com for only $1.99/week for 52 weeks (plus tax). Follow me: Instagram @jessicaimoorhouse Threads @jessicaimoorhouse TikTok @jessicaimoorhouse Facebook @jessicaimoorhouse YouTube @jessicamoorhouse LinkedIn - Jessica Moorhouse For full episode show notes and transcript visit jessicamoorhouse.com/391 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
390 What Every Canadian Should Know About Money - Academic Director of McGill Personal Finance Essentials Benjamin Croitoru

390 What Every Canadian Should Know About Money - Academic Director of McGill Personal Finance Essentials Benjamin Croitoru

When my Canadian listeners ask me "I want to get a hold of my money, but I don't know where to start, also I'm looking for something that's free..." that's when I direct them to one of the best free personal finance resources around — the McGill Personal Finance Essentials course. Having first launched in November 2019 as free way to improve Canadians' financial literacy, it now boasts over 200,000 participants, and lucky you (and me), I've got Dr. Benjamin Croitoru on the podcast to talk all about it! Benjamin serves as the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and an Assistant Professor of Finance, McGill Desautels Faculty of Management. But more importantly, he's the Academic Director of the McGill Personal Finance Essentials online course and has been vital in its development and in helping so many Canadians level up their financial lives over the past 5 years. I wanted to bring him on the show to share why the course was built, what you can expect as a student, and some of the key things every Canadian should know about money. He even shares some of his best money tips, financial pitfalls to avoid and top book recommendations too. So I hope after you listen to today's episode, you'll take another step on your personal finance journey and take this free 8-module course. Did I mention you get a certificate upon completion to boot? I'll also be giving away copies of books featured on this season of the show, so make sure to visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contest to enter to win. Follow me: Instagram @jessicaimoorhouse Threads @jessicaimoorhouse TikTok @jessicaimoorhouse Facebook @jessicaimoorhouse YouTube @jessicamoorhouse LinkedIn - Jessica Moorhouse For full episode show notes and transcript visit jessicamoorhouse.com/390 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
389 Career First, Job Second: Breaking into the C-Suite - Co-Authors of Career Forward, Grace Puma & Christiana Smith Shi

389 Career First, Job Second: Breaking into the C-Suite - Co-Authors of Career Forward, Grace Puma & Christiana Smith Shi

What's the best path to carve out a successful career for yourself, especially if you're a woman who has to navigate unique biases and barriers like the gender pay gap and the motherhood penalty? Let's ask my next guests Grace Puma, former PepsiCo COO and Christiana Smith Shi, former Nike President of Consumer Direct. Not only have both women built decades-long careers from scratch reaching the coveted C-Suite, but they've also joined forces to share all the wisdom they've learned along the way in their new book Career Forward: Strategies from Women Who've Made It. The facts are that as women, it's still harder to reach certain career heights since we don't yet live in a perfectly equitable world. But that shouldn't stop us from trying, especially since it also means making it easier for future generations to get to the top. There are so many amazing pieces of career (and life) advice in this episode, but I think my favourite ones are thinking of your career as a growth stock and focusing on your career, not your job. I'll also be giving away a copy of their book, so make sure to visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contest to enter to win. Follow me: Instagram @jessicaimoorhouse Threads @jessicaimoorhouse TikTok @jessicaimoorhouse Facebook @jessicaimoorhouse YouTube @jessicamoorhouse LinkedIn - Jessica Moorhouse For full episode show notes and transcript visit jessicamoorhouse.com/389 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
388 Money in the Shadow of Terminal Illness - Host of CBC's Sickboy and Founder of Snack Labs Jeremie Saunders

388 Money in the Shadow of Terminal Illness - Host of CBC's Sickboy and Founder of Snack Labs Jeremie Saunders

How would your relationship with money change if you had a terminal illness? Let me tell you right now, it would have a huge impact on it! This is why I wanted to have Jeremie Saunders on the show to share his story. He's the co-host of the Sickboy Podcast and lives with cystic fibrosis. From an early age, he knew that having CF would cut his lifespan short, which on the one hand made him live life to the fullest but on the other, meant he didn't think too far into the future when it came to his money. That is until he was introduced to a new drug that would lengthen his life exponentially. This meant that things like getting married and starting a family were no longer out of reach, but it also meant he needed to start thinking about tackling his finances and building long-term wealth. In this episode, Jeremie provides insight into his battle with CF, how provincial healthcare has played a significant role in his life and career, and how he hopes his Sickboy Podcast can not only put a spotlight on living with illness but why it's so important to have open conversations about health, wealth, and our own mortality. This episode of the More Money Podcast is presented by The Globe and Mail. Visit TGAM.ca/Jessica to get unrestricted access to globeandmail.com for only $1.99/week for 52 weeks (plus tax). Follow me: Instagram @jessicaimoorhouse Threads @jessicaimoorhouse TikTok @jessicaimoorhouse Facebook @jessicaimoorhouse YouTube @jessicamoorhouse LinkedIn - Jessica Moorhouse For full episode show notes and transcript visit jessicamoorhouse.com/388 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bio of More Money Podcast

"More Money Podcast" is a valuable resource for anyone looking to take control of their financial situation. 

Hosted by Jessica Moorhouse, an Accredited Financial Counsellor Canada® and recognized money expert in Canada, this podcast offers practical advice, tips, and insights on how to effectively manage your money.

With over 51 million podcast listeners in the US alone, podcasts have become an essential platform for learning and gaining insights.

Jessica leverages her expertise and brings in a diverse range of guests, including personal finance experts, business leaders, authors, and influencers, to share their knowledge and experiences.

The podcast covers a wide range of topics related to personal finance, from saving and budgeting to investing and entrepreneurship.

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