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The Dreamers Podcast

Anne-Lyse Wealth

Are you looking to build wealth with purpose? The Dreamers Podcast shares the story of change-makers who bet on themselves to design a wealthy life, free of society's expectations. Anne-Lyse Wealth is the host of the Dreamers Podcast. Each week, she interviews guests who share the process behind building their dreams. Guests discuss their journey, as well as their money wins and losses. Each interview provides you with actionable items to help you on your wealth-building journey. The Dreamers podcast is for all the Dreamers living or aspiring to live life on their own terms. Join our community of Dreamers today by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts to make sure you never miss an episode!!!. Join our community of Dreamers by subscribing today to make sure you never miss an episode!!! You can learn more about me at dreamoflegacy.com and find out more about my first book, Dream of Legacy, here. You can connect with other Dreamers here, and find me on Instagram and Facebook @annelysewealth. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review wherever you are listening so more Dreamers can find out about the podcast.

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How To Help Your Kids to Become Everyday Money Smart with Bobbi Rebell
As parents, we all want our kids to live financially free, and live a wealthy life. But raising financial grownups is not that easy. Luckily, this episode is a great start for any parent trying to figure out how to make it happen.Bobbi Rebell, the author of Launching Financial Grownups: Live Your Richest Life by Helping Your (Almost) Adult Kids Become Everyday Money Smart, is the Dreamer joining us this week to share tips on raising financially smart “almost-adult” kids, lessons you should teach your kids before college, breaking off “helicopter parenting”, and more.No parent wants their kids to fail but if we take the time to teach them how to manage money, debt, and build credit at an early age, we are lowering the chances of financial failure.In this episode, Bobbi Rebell discusses:   Guiding your almost-adult kids towards financial successDrawing the line between stepping up and providing financial support to your kidsMoney lessons you should teach your kids before collegeBreaking off helicopter parentingHelping teenagers become financial grownupsTop three things about money your kids should know before graduating high schoolIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen NotesShare the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other Resources:Launching Financial Grownups: Live Your Richest Life by Helping Your (Almost) Adult Kids Become Everyday Money SmartConnect with Anne-Lyse:Website InstagramInstagram (Personal)
2d ago
30 mins
Letting Go of Society’s Expectations to Become Who You Are Meant to Be
One day, you blink and realize that the job you have or the career you’ve chosen no longer seems to spark that passion inside of you.You catch yourself daydreaming about living a different life. You think about the “what ifs'' but feel stuck. You are struggling to move past prior mistakes, the weight of people’s expectations, the uncertainty of the future. But remember that it’s never too late to make a change and live the wealthy life you want.In this episode, I’m sharing five questions to ask yourself when you feel like it may be time to do something new but you aren’t sure how to move forward.In this episode, I discuss:   Career and life fulfillmentLeveraging your natural talents and abilitiesWhat it would take to live the life you wantOpenness to new adventuresBecoming who you are meant to beIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Dreamers' Wealth of Wisdom:Life is too short to live it according to someone else's expectations.Focus on what it is that you want for your life.If it's not something that you feel deep inside of you, then it's someone else's expectation.What matters most is that you’re being true to yourselfMake sure that you are not living someone else's life or someone else's expectations.If you put all that pressure from the outside on yourself, it's time for you to focus on what it is that you want for your life and silence the noise.Other Episodes You Might LikeTips to Kickstart Your Wealthy LifeRewriting Your Money StoryHow to Own Your Financial Narrative and Secure Your Financial Future with Shehara L. Wooten
May 10 2022
13 mins
How to Change Your Money Mindset To Earn More with Natalie Bullen
Growing up, most of us are taught to work hard and it will pay off. But it takes more than hard work to build wealth. It’s easy to be dedicated at work and get caught up in the endless cycle of hard work without being satisfied with how much you earn y or without growing your income or wealth.The Dreamer joining us this week, Natalie Bullen, is living proof of that.Natalie is a wealth and money mindset coach, financial planner, and owner of Unapologetic Wealth who went to school, got grades, graduated with an undergraduate degree and MBA, maintained a 750 credit score, and still found herself working two to three jobs to sustain. Eventually, she fell on hard times and filed for bankruptcy. That’s when Natalie changed her mindset and approach when it comes to money which has set her on a path to creating wealth and building a successful business.Natalie teaches financial empowerment and provides money mindset training to help women of color embrace their greatness, and step into the wealth they deserve and desire. She believes in building wealth with flow and ease by using our gifts and superior abilities.In this episode, Natalie Bullen discusses:   How to let go of money beliefs that don’t serve usMost common money mindsets to overcome to build wealthThe importance of Identifying your money story and disproving it to build wealthHow to overcome the “hard work” trauma Disassociating your self-worth from what you doTechniques to overcome a scarcity mindsetHow to embrace our greatness in business and lifeImportance of leaning into your gift and strengthsHow to step into the wealthy life that we deserve. If you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other Resources:Money Mindset ShiftAtomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & BreakConnect with Anne-Lyse:Website InstagramInstagram (Personal)
May 3 2022
39 mins
How to 10X Your Income with Angela Yee - Bonus EpisodeWhat You Need to Know About Blockchain, Crypto, and NFTs with Dr. Jatali Bellanton
In today’s world, it’s hard to go a day without hearing about cryptocurrency, NFT, the Blockchain, or the metaverse. Does that mean we should pay attention?The Dreamer joining us this week, Founder of the youth financial literacy organization, Kids Who Bank. and Brilliant Minds Unite, Dr. Jatali Bellanton thinks that we should and that they provide opportunities to build wealth.After working in the investment banking world for over a decade, Jatali created a financial literacy curriculum that has been taught in close to 300 schools. In recent years, she dived into alternative newer investments and has not looked back since.In this episode, she teaches us the basics about cryptocurrency, blockchain, NFTs, and the metaverse. Jatali is passionate about providing tools to others, especially the younger generation, to gain financial knowledge to help them build wealth. In this episode, Jatali Bellanton discusses:   Her journey in the investment banking world starting at age 15Why she moved her focus away from traditional investingBlockchain technology, cryptocurrency, NFTs and why we should careWhy we should consider more recent investment alternatives How she helped 27 people become crypto millionairesHow to invest safely in cryptoThe different types of crypto coins Why NFTs are an investment to look intoIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other Resources:Kids Who BankAbout the GuestDr. Bellanton has 20+ years of experience in the financial markets of the USA / UK.  In 2015 she left corporate to become a hands-on mom and started her entrepreneurial journey.Some of her accolades include a youth financial literacy book which became the base of her finance curriculum Kids Who Bank ( completed in over 288+ schools) & Brilliant Minds Unite where she teaches both youth and adults alike.Now as an accredited investor in Crypto, Stocks & Real Estate. She has created the CryptoHedgeFund “BMU Meta” & the NFT series Creatures of Wealth to help more individuals on their journey.Also notable, she has a Ph.D. in Neuropsychology. Connect with Dr. Jatali BellantonWebsiteInstagram
Apr 26 2022
52 mins
How to Be Successful as a Digital Entrepreneur and in the Creator Economy with Julien and Kiersten Saunders
Julien and Kiersten Saunders, the power couple behind the award-winning platforms Rich and Regular and Money on The Table, are on the podcast this week to discuss how to be successful and earn a good living as a creator.The couple who are co-authors of Cashing Out: Win the Wealth Game By Walking Away share their story of climbing the corporate ladder and using their 9 to 5 to build wealth and how they successfully transitioned to digital entrepreneurship.In this week’s episode, Julien and Kiersten Saunders, share how they use their skills and expertise to build wealth in the creator economy, the importance of being an effective storyteller, and so much more.In this episode, Julien and Kiersten Saunders discuss: Leveraging your 9 to 5 to reach financial freedom and cashing out The importance of being flexible on your wealth building journeyReal Estate and Digital Entrepreneurship as paths to wealth How to be successful as a content creator without following the rulesCorporate America as a Black ProfessionalHow to build on your skills to stand out among the crowdIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.About the Guest:Julien and Kiersten Saunders are the Atlanta-based couple behind the award-winning blog rich & REGULAR and co-authors of the forthcoming book, Cashing Out: Win the Wealth Game by Walking Away.  They are also producers of the award-winning video series, Money on the Table and hosts of the rich & REGULAR podcast. Its mission is to inspire better conversations about money.The couple has used frugal living, real estate, stock market investing and their online business to build wealth. Together, they paid off $200k in debt in five years and were able to walk away from their corporate jobs before turning 40. When they're not sharing stories about their experiences with money, they are parents to their son Beau, traveling the world or searching for the next great meal. Connect with Julien and Kiersten Saunders:Rich & REGULARPodcastYouTubeEmailLiterary Agent
Apr 19 2022
45 mins
The Official Guide to Becoming a Dividend Queen with Charlene Rhinehart
It’s safe to say we can not rely on savings alone to ensure our financial stability. Investing is a key step to building wealth, but investing can be intimidating at first.The dreamer joining this week is Charlene Rhinehart, a Certified Public Accountant, Founder of Wealthy Women Daily, and Author of Dividends Are A Queen's Best Friend. She talks about the impact of dividend investing in her life and shares a few tips to get started.If you want to learn more about dividends and investing in stocks to grow your wealth, this is the episode you simply can’t miss!In this episode, Charlene Rhinehart discusses:   How dividend investing can provide freedomStrategies for successful dividend investingFour criteria to consider when picking stocks to invest inIncome stocks vs. growth stocks Career pivot adviceBest money move she made in her lifeIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.About the GuestCharlene Rhinehart is a Certified Public Accountant, Founder of Wealthy Women Daily, and Author of Dividends Are A Queen's Best Friend. She is on a mission to help more women build a stock portfolio that's bigger than their shoe collection and give them the tools needed to earn an extra stream of income in the stock market. Charlene was selected to feature her local newsletter, Chicago Southsider, on Facebook's new Bulletin platform. Through the Chicago Southsider, she is creating an ecosystem of resources to help more businesses and people generate more revenue on the South Side of Chicago. She's on a mission to impact more people by reaching the publication's first 10,000 subscribers at Chicago Southsider. Subscribe here and join the journey. Connect with Charlene RhinehartWebsiteFacebook
Apr 12 2022
29 mins
Rewriting Your Money Story
Building wealth takes more than applying millionaire habits. It’s a long-term game that requires mindset changes.After interviewing dozens of first-generation wealth builders, I've come to learn that in spite of their different stories, they had similarities. I identified some of the things many first-gen wealth-builders have in common and created a plan to help you improve your relationship with money. In this episode, I’m sharing six steps to help you improve your relationship with money and write your own story no matter where you are in life right now. It's never too late to rewrite your money story. Your story is yours - so own it. But remember to always listen to yourself and what you value.In this episode, we discuss the importance of:   Acknowledging your early experiences with money.Challenging what it is that you tell yourself and letting go of limiting beliefsForgiving yourself Setting specific financial goals and creating  a planBeing flexible and understanding that the plan may have to change over timeIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Dreamers' Wealth of Wisdom Go back and look at the impact money had on your life. Be mindful of what you tell yourself.You are worthy of the income that you desireInstead of saying,  “I am broke,” tell yourself, “No, I am not broke. My finances are not the best right now, but I am figuring it out.”Other Resources MentionedHow to Build Wealth When You Don’t Come from MoneyOther Episodes You Might LikeHow to Live a Rich Life with Intention and Win as a Couple with Anjie & RJHow to Overcome Your Financial Trauma to Build Wealth with Jacent WamalaUnleashing the Power Within You to Become Limitless with Tonya RapleyBuilding Influence and Maximizing Your Life Seasons with Anthony O’Neal
Apr 5 2022
18 mins
Building Influence and Maximizing Your Life Seasons with Anthony O’Neal
We all go through different seasons in life. But, during the challenging times, we learn lessons that are key in the next steps of life and our future successes.This week, Dreamer Anthony O’Neal joins us again on the podcast to drop gems on how to make the best of our life seasons, and build influence and income with intention and grace. Anthony shares how his experiences helped him get out of debt and build his financial literacy company that he so passionately shares with people looking to build wealth.In this episode, Anthony O'Neal discusses:   Why you should embrace your uncomfort zone How writing a clear vision for your life can help you live in alignment How to Build a strong network around you2 Key steps to create a better future How to maximise your single seasonHow to build the right mindset to be a good steward of wealthWhy you should focus on building influence and impacting people firstCharacter vs. currency Why aligning your vision with your partner’s vision is importantIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.About the GuestA #1 national bestselling author, Anthony O'Neal has helped over 250,000 people set out on a path towards a debt-free life with his chart-topping book Debt-Free Degree. He’s reached over 15 million people in 15 different countries through his podcast “The Table” where he always keeps it real, relevant, and relatable. Connect with Anthony OnealWebsiteTwitterYouTubeInstagramPodcast
Mar 29 2022
35 mins
How to Build a Six-Figure Side Hustle and Make Your Money Work for You with Marc Russell
We often make big mistakes when it comes to managing money when we have limited understanding of personal finance. And while side-hustling is the common go-to for making extra money, if you’re not careful or strategic, you could end up having nothing to show for that additional income.There’s also the mindset blocks that can hinder you from achieving your financial goals, not to mention real-life challenges impacted by culture and upbringing that affect how we view money and wealth management.If you’re looking to earn more money through a side hustle, improve how you manage money, spend less, or take more calculated risks when it comes to investing, this episode is for you.The Dreamer joining us this week is Marc Russell, Founder of BetterWallet. Marc teaches people around the world how to make money work for them, earn more, pay off debt, and build wealth.In this episode, Marc Russell shares:How he built a 6-figure side hustleTips he use to pay off $80,000 worth of debt and build wealthHow to get started as an investor in the stock market without feeling overwhelmedTwo important questions to ask yourself to become a better investor How to create value as a digital entrepreneurHis path to full-time entrepreneurshipIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other Resources MentionedRich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. KiyosakiAbout the GuestMarc Russell is a foster child turned financial educator. Coming from a low-income family, he put himself through college and paid off $80,000 in debt after graduating. Marc spent much of his career at two of the largest financial institutions in the world where he consulted thousands of households on how to manage their money: the right way. Now, the owner and founder of BetterWallet, LLC, Marc teaches people all around the world how to make money work for them.Connect with Marc RussellWebsiteInstagram
Mar 22 2022
38 mins
Unleashing the Power Within You to Become Limitless with Tonya Rapley
When you are empowered, you see no limits to what you can accomplish. You don’t let your fear of failure stop you, and understand that you are strong enough to overcome anything that’s meant to break you, so you can keep elevating.This week, the Dreamer joining us is Tonya Rapley - the definition of an empowered woman. Tonya is an internationally recognized millennial money expert, mompreneur, and Founder of the award-winning site, My Fab Finance. Listen as she shares how she fearlessly transformed her finances to build a seven-figure business and designed a life she does not want to escape from, so you too can overcome the obstacles in your life and live your wealthy life.In this episode, Tonya Rapley shares:How she went from being in debt 8 years ago, to building a million-dollar financial education company How she changed her mindset to prepare her life for abundance How she is investing to build generational wealthTips to improve your finances such as being disciplined, understanding credit, and knowing what you want to accomplish If you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other Resources MentionedTonya’s Business Insider article: 5 strategies a millennial money expert used to fix her credit, pay off debt, and supercharge her earnings in 10 yearsThank & Grow Rich: A 30-Day Experiment in Shameless Gratitude and Unabashed JoyThe Magic of Thinking BigAbout the GuestTonya Rapley is an internationally recognized millennial money expert, mompreneur, and founder of the award-winning site, My Fab Finance. She is the author of the Amazon best-seller, The Money Manual: A Practical Guide To Help You Succeed on Your Financial Journey and co-host of the award-winning series Going From Broke, executive produced by Ashton Kutcher and Color Full Lives podcast.
Mar 15 2022
25 mins
How to Overcome Your Financial Trauma to Build Wealth with Jacent Wamala
Have you ever had any of these money issues? Overspending Not managing your finances well Feeling discomfort with having moneyWondering where your money wentNot having money saved for emergencies Always or often questioning yourself and going back and forth with decisions concerning your budget and expensesMany of us have had difficult and stressful experiences with money. Oftentimes, these financial problems are passed down to us by our families which then compound over time and build into financial traumas.This week, the Dreamer joining us is Jacent Wamala, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who’s now a Money Mindset Coach and Founder of the Wealth & Wellness University. She shared some tips and advice on how to get over our financial traumas, pay off debt, just as she did when she erased $90,000 of debt in three years, and build wealth.In this episode, Jacent Wamala shares:   Financial traumas that people of color and first-gen immigrants deal withWhat it takes to build long-term wealth Three common financial traumas for married couplesHow stress and money become correlated - but shouldn’t beSteps to start healing your relationship with moneyWhy creating boundaries with your money is essentialIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other Resources MentionedBusiness Insider - Jacent Wamala Article on Overcoming Your Financial TraumasThe Smart Money Woman: An African girl's journey to financial freedomAbout the GuestJacent Wamala is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist turned Money Mindset Coach and Wealth & Wellness University founder. She works helping millennial women manage and make more money.In three years, she paid off over $90,000 in credit card and student loan debt and saw the link between financial stress and mental health issues for her clients. She desires to help her community become aware of the limiting beliefs and fears getting in the way of their financial freedom and empower them to create a plan to reach their goals.
Mar 8 2022
36 mins
How to Live a Rich Life with Intention and Win as a Couple with Anjie & RJ
When choosing a life partner, a key factor to consider is if your ambitions and goals align with your partner’s. Disagreements about money are one of the leading causes of divorce. In today’s week episode, the Dreamers joining us are Anjie and RJ, Founders of Rich by Intention. The couple shared tips on how to effectively manage finances as a couple, the strategies that helped them pay off $123K of debt in one year and the steps we can take to start living a rich life by intention. With Rich by Intention, Anjie and RJ’s hope is to encourage couples to be rich in their marriage, in parenthood, in life, and ultimately live a rich life by intention.In this episode, Anjie and RJ share:   What motivated them to start “Rich by Intention”. How to change your mindset around money to build wealthThe strategies that helped them pay off their $123K debt in 18 months Tips to help you increase your incomeHow to create a budget that reflects what’s important to you The lessons they’ve learned from their biggest money mistakesWhat you can do to start living a rich life by intention todayIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other Resources MentionedRich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. KiyosakiThe Millionaire Next Door by Thomas Stanley and William Danko Never Eat Alone by Keith FerrazziThink and Grow Rich by Napoleon HillAbout the GuestAnjie and RJ are a millennial married couple and founders of Rich by Intention. Their mission is to empower couples to manage their money and everyday life with the intention of eliminating debt, saving money, and investing for their future.Connect with Anjie and RJWebsite
Mar 1 2022
32 mins
How Erika Brown Quit Her Corporate Job to Pursue Real Estate and Purchased 38 Doors in Five Years
Erika Brown worked at a bank before becoming a full-time real estate agent and investor. That new career gave her the freedom to unschool her 3 kids while building generational wealth. In this episode, Erika shares how she learned about investing in real estate from her wealthy banking clients. She discusses how she prepared to quit her 9-to-5,  the importance of building a wealthy network, and the different options to build wealth in real estate using OPM (other people’s money).In this episode, Erika Brown shares:How she got into real estate investing and bought 38 doors in 5 yearsHow to build an effective real estate network Different strategies to buy properties leveraging OPM (other people’s money) 5 steps to get started as a real estate investorHow investing in real estate changed her life and the freedom it’s provided her familyIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other Resources Mentioned:Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. KiyosakiVivid Vission by Cameron HeroldAbout the Guest:Erika Brown is a mom, a wife, and multiple business owner who primarily works in real estate. She is the co-founder of a brokerage and is leading a team of agents. She used to work the standard nine-to-five as a banker before stepping out of her comfort zone to pursue a career as a Real Estate Agent so she can spend more time with her kids.Connect with Erika:InstagramWebsiteYouTubeOther Episodes You Might Like:How Real Estate Investing Helped Rob and Reshawn Lee to Pay Off Over $300K in Debt and Buy Back Freedom to Travel the World in One YearHow to Expand Your Dreams and Crush Your Goals with Teneshia WarnerBuilding Wealth as a Long Distance Real Estate Investor with Stephanie Assi
Feb 22 2022
36 mins
One Year Anniversary Episode - 10 Lessons Learned This Past Year
"Success isn't about how much money you make, it's about the difference you make in people's lives." — Michelle ObamaAnd just like that, a year has gone by, Dreamers! Time truly fly. From interviewing amazing people to reading your warm messages and podcast reviews, it's been a wonderful year!  And I have you, Dreamers, to thank for that.This episode is straight from the heart. I share 10 lessons I've learned from hosting the show this past year. I touch on how I invested in myself, consistency, and the importance of staying focus even though life sometimes throws curveballs. Be sure to tune in to find out more!In this episode, I discuss: Why started is better than perfectHow spending money can save you time and moneyWhy I don’t expect financial returns from every investment I make The power of consistencyThe importance of being of service to others, and so much more. If you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Dreamer's Wealth of Wisdom:Done is better than perfect.Just start. You can figure things out along the way. You can improve along the way.Keep learning and keep improving.Be consistent no matter what and not give up.Time is money. The more time you have, the more money you can go and get.Instead of focusing so much on how much I spend, look at it as how much I will gain by making this investment. I'm constantly looking for ways to do what I want to do, but do it smarter. If it can help me get to my destination faster then I will definitely consider it. Connect with Anne-Lyse:Website InstagramInstagram (Personal) Other Episodes You might Like3 Goal-Setting Strategies You Probably Aren’t Using (But Need To!)How to Expand Your Dreams and Crush Your Goals with Teneshia Warner
Feb 15 2022
19 mins
Paying off $220k of Student Loans in 3 Years While Investing and Pursuing Financial Independence Before 50 with Andong Florinas
After years of hard work and sacrifice to get through college, we should be able to. enjoy our lives by starting fresh, getting great jobs, and building wealth. The last thing we should have to think about is student loan debt. Unfortunately, it’s unrealistic for most people who attend college in the US.Dreamer Andong Florinas graduated during the Great Recession. She had student debt couldn’t find a job in her field, moved in with her parents.She went to pharmacy school and took on more student loans.In this episode, she talks about how she paid off $220k of student loans in 3 years, more than tripled her salary in 6 years, and her journey towards reaching FIRE (Financial independence retire early).Andong also talks about how she changed her mindset around the years and became more strategic with her money. She shares why she is pursuing a side hustle even though she and her husband have great jobs and earn multiple six-figures, and so much more. She is dropping so many gems on the power that we have to change our circumstances and be free. Get to know Andong more through her feature story in Business Insider.In this episode, Andong Florinas shares: How she increased her salary from under $40,000 to over $150k in 6 yearsHow she changed her mindset around money to pay off $220k of debt in 3 yearsThe strategies she and her husband used to get out of debt while also investing for the futureThe importance of having accountability partners Her plan to reach FIRE and retire by 50 How consumer society holds us back from our freedom If you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other resources mentioned:Business Insider Article - 4 Strategies a Newlywed Couple Used to Pay off $220,000 of student loan debt in 3 years.The Secret by Rhonda ByrneAbout the Guest:Andong Florinas is a Clinical Scientist at BeiGene, Immuno-Oncology in San Diego, California. As a pharmacist, she designs and oversees global clinical trials for cancer. She has a doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Maryland.
Feb 8 2022
29 mins
How Real Estate Investing Helped Rob and Reshawn Lee to Pay Off Over $300K in Debt and Buy Back Freedom to Travel the World in One Year
Many people dream of traveling the world, going to exotic places and destinations that we’ve seen on TV. So imagine having the chance to live out this dream?Meet this week’s Dreamers, Rob and Reshawn Lee of Learn Hustle Grow. Like all newlyweds, Rob and Reshawn had big goals and dreams for their life together. One of their dreams was to get rid of their $300,000 mortgage and travel the world. Rob and Reshawn applied time-tested tactics, such as investing wisely in real estate and intentional financial planning, to not only pay off their debt but also win back their freedom.Listen to Rob and Reshawn’s inspiring wealth-building journey - from quitting their corporate jobs and buying their first property to paying off debt and traveling the world for a year.In this episode, Rob and Reshawn talk about:How investing in real estate helped the couple buy their freedomThe tax benefits of the 1031 Exchange in real estate Tips to increase your salary and incomeHow to financial plan to travel the world Tools to build a legacy for future generationsIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Other resources mentioned:The Total Money Makeover Book by Dave RamseyBiggerPockets Real Estate PodcastThe Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. DankoAbout the Guest:Rob Lee enlisted in the US Marine Corps after graduating from high school. The service provided him with the opportunity to travel outside of Portsmouth, Virginia — his hometown — as well as the GI Bill, which he had used to graduate with a B.S. in computer science.In 1995, Reshawn Lee received her bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She was 7 months pregnant at the time and owed thousands of dollars in credit card and school loan debt, but like a true Superwoman, she managed to pull through with hard work!Connect with Rob and Reshawn:YoutubeWebsiteInstagram
Feb 1 2022
37 mins
Never Be Broke Again When You Follow These Steps to Build Wealth with Certified Financial Planner Jacqueline Schadeck
Can you imagine inheriting over a million dollars and losing it all? That’s what happened to Jacqueline Schadeck’s family over a decade ago. Since then, she’s become a Certified Financial Planner who focuses on helping first-generation wealth builders manage their money.When we decide to start our wealth-building journey, there are many factors to consider such as improving how we manage our finances to put our money to good use, deciding how and where to invest, or whether or not to have help from an investment professional.In this episode, Jacqueline Schadeck, shared some gems on how she was able to conquer her limiting beliefs about money to start building wealth. She discusses the importance of discipline, investing consistently, learning how to create your budget, and so much more.Finding the right balance between spending our money and using money as a tool to help us create better life experiences and opportunities is a real-life hack. Listen up and listen good, Dreamers, as Jacqueline shares with us her 3-step guide to start your generational wealth-building journey!In this episode, Jacqueline talks about: How Jacqueline’s family inherited $1.4 million and quickly lost it allWhy we need to normalize money conversationsCommon mistakes first-generation wealth builders makeTips to help you find a certified financial advisorThree steps to take to get started on your generational wealth-building journeyIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.About the Guest:Jacqueline Schadeck is a Certified Financial Planner Professional who partners with individuals and families to help them gain financial clarity. She believes that people need comprehensive financial guidance to make the best decisions, and she has a passion for helping clients achieve financial success.Jacqueline has been asked to contribute to numerous media outlets, including CNBC, MarketWatch, Atlanta Business Chronicle, and many more. She was even honored with the 2017 Impact Award by the Financial Planning Association of Georgia for her dedication to her industry. Connect with Jacqueline:WebsiteConnect with Anne-Lyse:Website InstagramInstagram (Personal)
Jan 25 2022
34 mins
Balancing Mental Health and Financial Wealth with Rich Jones
We always hear that money can’t buy happiness. But the lack of money can cause stress, unhappiness, or even depression. We all dream of being financially free, but getting there can be tricky. It’s important to have discipline, and self-awareness to control our emotions when it comes to our pursuit of wealth and how we spend our money.The Dreamer joining us this week is Rich Jones, Founder of Paychecks and Balances and host of The Mental Wealth Show. He shares with us his personal finance journey, the mental health challenges he faced on his wealth-building journey, and how he improved his income by 300% by finding the right balance between work and having a side hustle.We also touch on the importance of investing in yourself and taking a mental health break to restore, refresh and recover not only physically but also mentally and emotionally while on your wealth-building journey.Join us on this week’s episode to be inspired and empowered by Rich’s story to achieve your definition of freedom through strategic career moves and mental health awareness.In this episode, Rich talks about: How budgeting is a tool to help make your wealth-building journey easier Tips on how to balance your work and side-hustleThe systems Rich built to prevent overspendingHow he started to invest in himself and what it has done for himThe benefits of a mental health breakWhy you need a leadership coachIf you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.About the Guest:Rich Jones is the Founder of the platform Paychecks and Balances. He is the host of The Mental Wealth Show, where it's all about showing you what's possible personally, professionally, and financially when you're willing to do the internal and external work. Rich has been podcasting since 2013 and is also a YouTuber and public speaker. Currently, he works in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion unit at Google.Connect with Rich:Instagram (Personal)WebsiteConnect with Anne-Lyse:Website InstagramInstagram (Personal)
Jan 18 2022
39 mins
3 Goal-Setting Strategies You Probably Aren’t Using (But Need To!)
What better way to start the new year than to set build a vision for what we want to achieve and implement strategies to pull it off!Last year, we talked about my Tips to Kickstart Your Wealthy Life, so this 2022, I am grateful to sit down and share my goals with you and the processes I go through every year. Setting your annual goals can be pretty overwhelming, so I do something slightly different.  Join me in Episode 52 as this is the perfect time to go after what it is that you truly want and take the steps to make it happen. In this episode, I walk you through my 3-step process: Review, Assess, and Create. I also talk about my vision board, the four-goal categories I use, and much more. If you enjoyed today’s episode, here’s what you can do to support me and help more Dreamers discover the podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. I read every single review. I will select one review to read on the podcast every month.Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |  iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | Listen Notes |Share the podcast with your family, friends, and co-workers.Tag the podcast on Instagram @thedreamers.podcast and let me know what you like about it.Dreamer’s Wealth of Wisdom:Setting goals too far into the future can make you lose your focus.Take the time to review your goals and if you hit 100% of the goals that you set, then you probably want to set bigger goals.Other Resources Mentioned:The 12 Week Year: Get More Done in 12 Weeks than Others Do in 12 Months by Brian P. MoranConnect with Anne-Lyse:Website InstagramInstagram (Personal) Other Episodes You Might Like:Episode 30 - Five Habits to Design Your Wealthy LifeEpisode 22 - Setting Financial Goals For My Late Thirties
Jan 11 2022
14 mins