092. First Hustle Then Brunch

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Jazzy Thatch, founder of First Hustle Then Brunch, joins The 411k to talk about side hustles. We have a lot of questions about hustle culture including where to start and how to balance it all. Jazzy has tried a lot of different jobs so she shares from personal experience what works and what doesn’t.

088. Talking Money with Jason Tartick

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Jason Tartick joins The 411k to share some money stories that are featured in his new book, The Restart Roadmap. You may know Jason from his time on The Bachelorette, but he also has a successful career starting in corporate banking and building as an entreprenuer. Now is a good time to reset, restart and talk money!

Interested in more from Jason? Check out our 411k bookclub for more information on his book, The Restart Roadmap.

083. Social Finances

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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.

070. Get Funded with Ashley Yesayan

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Ashley Yesayan joins The 411k to talk venture capital! She’s been on both sides of the money. Ashley spent 15 years building and scaling high-growth venture backed technology companies and now, she is the entrepreneur getting funded! Today, Ashley is the founder and CEO of OneVillage, a marketplace connecting cancer patients and their supporters with the content, tools, products, and services they need to make life easier before, during, and after treatment. In this episode, she shares how she started her company and what it takes to get venture capital money needed to scale her business.

048. Her Two Cents with Charlotte Cowles

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Charlotte Cowles writes My Two Cents, a weekly column about money, for New York Magazine’s The Cut. She joins us to talk about her transition from a stable job with benefits and a salary to working for herself as a freelance writer. Tune in to learn more about how she is offering comfort and advice to those who write to her during the pandemic and it’s constant instability.