Financial Therapist and Wealth Coach, Barbara Huson talks about money lessons and how to rewire your brain for wealth.
Gen Z entrepreneur Mehak Vohra shares why she founded SkillBank, and how the company helps people land their dream marketing job in just 15 weeks.
Christian hip hop artist Sho Baraka talks about money, modes of creativity, and his new book "He Saw That It Was Good: Reimagining Your Creative Life to Repair a Broken World."
Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche shares her financial ups and downs, from being $300K in debt to teaching people to get good with money.
Andrew Wang returned to Market Overtime with Nicole Petallides to discuss the impact of rising inflation on your long-term portfolio.
Former teacher turned entrepreneur, Allison Baggerly shares how she created a budget that works, paid off $111K in loans, and launched the Inspired Budget.
Ed Grocholski of Junior Achievement USA talks about inspiring programs that have inspired future business leaders, the 2021 JA Teens & Personal Finance Survey, and the pandemic's impact on paying for college.
Pioneer Human Services CEO, Karen Lee explains the monumental challenges that people released from prison face and how to best give them a second chance.
Through professional and personal life changes, actor Katie Cassidy (daughter of David Cassidy) has focused on self-love and an NFT drop to encourage female empowerment.
Vinovest Co-Founder & CEO talks about quitting college to launch venture-backed companies, his spinal cord injury, and building a platform to invest in wine.
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