Nicole Kalil is a confidence sherpa, an in-demand speaker, leadership strategist, respected coach, and host of the “This Is Woman’s Work” Podcast. A fugitive of the C-suite at a Fortune 100 company, she has coached hundreds of women in business, which has given her insight as to what – structurally, systemically and socially – is and isn’t serving women and leaders within an organization.
Nicole joins The 411k to discuss her new book “Validation is for Parking” which is all about confidence! We really enjoyed this shame-free discussion about confidence – what it is, what it isn’t, and how to build it – and we hope you will to.
Another one bites the dust! Katie and Katherine discuss the life events and big financial moves that we’ve made over the last year. As a reminder, we are not know-it-all experts. We are living and learning as we go. In this episode, we share some successes, some strange turns, and a few mistakes that got us through this year.
Chris Mackey, CEO of Bluebid, joins The 411k to talk about his newest venture. Bluebid enables homebuyers to privately communicate interest in off-market properties to approachable homeowners. The site allows buyers to send offers directly to the sellers of off-market properties to see if the right number would inspire a sale. Katherine and Katie talk with Chris about the benefits of buying and selling a home off-market and how this fits into the standard process.
Trans Awareness Week (November 13 – 19) is a time for transgender and gender nonconforming individuals and their allies to take action by advocacting around the issues of prejudice, discrimination, and violence that transgender individuals face. Transgender Day of Remembrance occurs November 20, when trans advocates raise awareness of the transgender community through education and advocacy activities.
Since 2008, the Transgender Emergency Fund (TEF) of Massachusetts has been providing critical assistance to low-income transgender people in MA. Once a beneficiary, Chastity Bowick now serves as the Director of the TEF.
Chastity joins Katherine and Katie to share her story and teaches us how to be better allies to the LGBTQ+ community.
Paco de Leon, founder of the Hell Yeah Group, joins The 411k to talk about her new book Finance for the People. In this episode, we talk with Paco about what it means to have financial dignity and also how to shift our money mindsets. Paco describes her continuous process of “falling down the stairs,” or surrendering to herself, in order to overcome a scarcity mindset and feel safe in the world today.
Rachel and Rebecca Pino are a mother and daughter duo providing women with sound financial advice. Rachel (the mom of the duo) runs her family’s financial firm as CFO. Raising Rebecca, she instilled financial advice in her daughter. In between sharing family money stories, Rebecca and Rachel teach us how to shop for a financial planner and what mistakes to avoid when it comes to retirement planning.
Hustle culture… Gig economy… Quiet quitting… the Great Resignation… Burnout… These are phrases we are seeing more and more in the news so we brought in an expert to talk through what this really means. Jinny Uppal has 20+ years of experience driving transformational growth by challenging existing norms in business. She joins The 411k to talk about how to manage the professional world without compromising your wellness. Specifically, Jinny teaches us about strategic inaction.
Chelsea Brennan, the founder of Smart Money Mamas, is an ex-hedge fund manager turned financial educator. She joins The 411k to talk about money – specifically how to talk about money with kids.
Kids are always watching! Even without talking about money, they pick up money habits from those around them – especially parents. Chelsea and Katherine share how their money mindset changed when they had children and how their perspectives have shifted as their families has grown.
Whether you are a mom or hope to one day start a family, you won’t want to miss out on these healthy money habits!
We talk a lot on the show about how emotional money can be and we hear a lot about money shame, guilt, and grief. But today we want to talk about happiness! Melissa Leong, author of Happy Go Money, joins The 411k to talk about how happiness and money are intertwined.
Melissa challenges Katie, Katherine and the audience to answer two questions…
(1) On a scale of 1 to 10, how happy are you right now? (10 being the happiest)
(2) How much money would you need to become a 10?
Tune in to hear what research shows about these questions!
For those of us in our twenties and thirties now, we are the first generation that statistically speaking will likely spend more years in retirement than we did in the workforce. So it’s time we start preparing for our Golden Years! Manisha walks us through the retirement basics and encourages all of us to take control of the one thing we can control – when we start investing! How about now?
Allison Baggerly, founder of Inspired Budget, joins The 411k to share her money story. After an unexpected pregnancy, Allison and her husband decided it was time to get their finances in order. They learned how to budget and came up with a plan to become debt-free. Now, Allison helps women get their finances in order with classes and printables through Inspired Budget. She will help you make a budget that fits your lifestyle.
We really enjoyed this conversation with Kristina Tubera, founder of Femme Finance NYC, about the volatile world of cryptocurrencies and NFTs. Kristina teaches Katie and Katherine about blockchain and how these investments can open doors for the every day investor.
REPLAY! Check out one of The 411k original interviews! In this episode, we talk with our favorite accountability coach, Shannon McLay, founder of The Financial Gym. She shares her money story and how she started helping clients get “financially fit.” The Financial Gym pairs you with a Financial Trainer to help create a financial plan and hold you accountable to your goals. Are you ready to get financially naked?
REPLAY! This is one of the original 411k interviews and it is still one of our favorites. Bari Tessler Linden, M.A., is a Financial Therapist, Mentor Coach, Mama-preneur, and the Founder of The Art of Money. Her methodology weaves together personal, couple, and creative entrepreneurial money teachings into one complete tapestry. The Art of Money integrates Money Healing, Money Practices and Money Maps.
“Money shame is an equal opportunity affliction, and it does not discriminate based on who you are, where you are from, how much you earn, what percentage you save, whether you pay your taxes on time, or what your credit score is.” – Bari Tessler, The Art of Money
Aleksandra Medina and Katrin Kaurov join The 411k to talk about their startup, FRICH, and how they are making money social! These Gen-Z co-founders created an app so that friends can be accountability partners for one-another. Katie and Katherine ask them all about why being transparent and social about money is important to them as well as what it’s like to be young, female entreprenuers getting funded in the male dominated venture capital space.
Tanja Hester joins The 411k to discuss her new book Wallet Activism which teaches all of us how to be more intentional with our money. Wallet Activism, sometimes referred to as “vote with your dollars,” touches on all the different ways that we can align our money with our values – how to identify the Good Guys vs. the Bad Guys when it comes to spending. But also how we donate our money and even where we invest or bank it.
Jully-Alma Taveras also known online as Investing Latina, is a Plutus Award-winning bilingual (spanish) personal finance expert. She is a Dominican Republic-born immigrant living in New York that went from being a shopaholic to a smart spender and diligent investor. In this episode, we discuss the pressure of being the first in your family to invest and how to talk money with friends and family.