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The Money Loves Women Podcast is for the modern woman on the go, who needs a quick and reliable way to gain knowledge that will help her in her personal and professional pursuits. Our guests are here to share the pathways that lead them to where they are now and give actionable advice on how to achieve success and financial freedom.

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Episode 12: Financial Freedom Through Real Estate Investing, with Dixie Decker

Dixie Decker has extensive experience with complex real estate transactions, but specializes in the niche called student housing, turning regular single-family homes into multiple paychecks producing double and sometimes triple other rentals! Her expertise is reflected by going from bankrupt to millionaire in less than 3 years, without using her own money or credit, (because she simply didn’t have any when she was forced to start over in her life). Now having over 200 student tenants producing rental income, she continuously leverages her knowledge of wholesaling, lease options, owner financing, and home renovation. She has bought, financed, and over-seen real estate transactions in excess of 26 million dollars and raised over 5 million dollars in private lending through her current business model and now teaches her system to others to help make them successful. Dixie’s success can be attributed in large part to her team-building talents, and her practices and procedures for automating the business (from the buying, selling, renting, down to the marketing and back end bookkeeping), all made simple with cutting edge business systems. Through the hands-on experience of real estate investing in hundreds of deals, she differentiates herself with her customer service and quick response time as […]

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Episode 11: How to Break into the Stock Market, with Katie Poirier

Katie Poirier is a mother of three, 11-year-old twin boys, and her youngest son, who is 5. She grew up in Brimfield, Mass, and still resides there today. After high school, she attended Worcester State College where she received degrees in Elementary Education and Psychology. Katie loves to stay busy and is constantly seeking challenges to improve her abilities. Katie trades stocks and options, using specific technical analysis. The stock market and real estate investing supplement each other well, and she is very passionate about both. What You Will Learn: Katie’s discovery of the stock market as a wealth-building strategy and journey into stocks trading How Katie first learned and then studied the fundamentals of trading The framework of Katie’s trading strategy How Katie stays on top of the changing trends, skills, and technologies needed to excel in the world of trading How Katie used trading as a springboard into real estate investing The personality traits you need to be successful in the stock market Why personal development is even more important than developing fundamental trading skills for successful stock market investing How Katie balances her responsibilities at home with her trading career The top resources you need to start […]

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Episode 10: Strategic Networking, with Judy Robinett

Judy Robinett is the author of Crack the Funding Code: How Investors Think and What They Need to Hear to Fund Your Startup released by HarperCollins in February 2019, and How to Be a Power Connector: The 5-50-150 Rule, #1 of The Top Ten Business Books of 2014 by Inc.com. Robinett is a business thought leader who is known as the woman with the titanium digital Rolodex. She has been profiled in Inc., Forbes, Venture Beat, Huffington Post, and Bloomberg Businessweek as a sterling example of the new breed of super connectors who use their experience and networks to accelerate growth and enhance profitability. In her more than 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur and corporate leader, Robinett has served as the CEO of both public and private companies and in management positions at Fortune 500 companies. She has been on the advisory boards of Illuminate Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, California, and Springboard Enterprises based in Washington, DC. She was a managing director of Golden Seeds Angel Network (the third most active angel investment group and one of the largest in the U.S.); the CEO of publicly-traded Medical Discoveries; and she served on […]

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Episode 9: Taking Responsibility for Your Money, with Ted Thomas

Most people consider Ted Thomas America’s Tax Lien Certificate and Tax Deed Authority. Since 1989 Ted has been teaching and guiding newcomers and serious-minded investors how to make money with safe secure predictable tax lien certificates. What You Will Learn: Ted Thomas’ model for wealth building, cash flow, and investment What are tax lien certificates and how can you invest in them How you can accumulate properties for only 1-2% of their value The challenges that newcomers and serious-minded investors face with Ted’s method How competitive the market is for these tax lien certificates The benefit of this method for people abroad How much money you need to get started The time period in which you will begin to see returns The best states to invest in Resources: Website: www.tedthomas.com Podcast: www.tedthomaspodcast.com Twitter: @TaxAuctionTed

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Episode 8: Live the Extraordinary Life, with Dr. Deborah Ekstrom

Dr. Deborah Ekstrom was raised in the rural upper midwest where the wind blows 365 days per year (admittedly creating energy production opportunities but also wreaking havoc with your hair), and there are only two seasons…winter and highway construction. The rural area of her birth is a place where neighbors still feel responsible for one another. In addition to the Southern Minnesota prairie lands, she spent part of her formative years in Europe which contributed to the development of her identity as an American and world citizen and as a lover of diverse peoples and cultures. She has always supported the concept of personal realization through a designed life and enjoys knowing others in-depth, and resourcing others toward a successful and significant life journey. While plastic surgery allowed her to assist others in recreating themselves in their next most beautiful iteration, she desired to find a way to create value for others on a greater scale. Personal achievement and wealth building have been major drivers behind her life and led to the development of Money Loves Women—a multimedia platform designed to cut through the noise and chaos of today’s messaging and provide actionable ways for women to design their lives […]

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Episode 7: Achieving Success as a Woman in STEM, with Sydney Metzmaker

“I am woman, hear me roar” is Sydney Metzmaker’s motto. If a challenge is presented in front of her, she attacks the challenge instead of shying away. She roars. It all started when she almost quit club soccer at the young age of 10 years old. For club soccer, you had to try out and be selected to make the team. Sydney attended most but not all of the tryouts, choosing to attend the DARE session at school for one of the days. She felt she made the right choice at the time, however, when selections were made and she was not chosen for the A team but rather the B team, she was heartbroken. Her pride was hurt and, at that moment, she realized she really truly wanted to make the A team, but her actions didn’t show her intent. Sydney decided to attend the first practice with the B team and see how she felt afterward. She showed up, looked around at the other players in attendance, and instantly felt frustrated. These players didn’t care about the game like she did is what she concluded. After the first practice, Sydney’s father asked her point-blank if she wanted to […]

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Episode 6: Build Credit to Build Wealth, with Casey Chaffin

Casey Chaffin graduated from Union College in Schenectady, NY with a degree in psychology and minor in Women’s Studies. This basis of education allowed for a solid foundation in financial and credit counseling for those in need. After working for five years at a larger corporation focusing on consumer rights in regards to debt collection and credit reporting, Casey started her own company in an effort to expand her reach into local communities and continue to provide personalized services. After twelve years in the industry Casey’s company, Chaffin Credit Consulting is ranked #1 in the state by the BBB with the only A+ rating in debt management, counseling and credit restoration. What You Will Learn: How Casey got into the credit repair industry Why a good credit score is critical in your pursuit of time and financial freedom The basic components of a credit score, and other elements people don’t normally think about How to maintain a good credit score in the 800s Why you should use a local credit union instead of a big bank or a retail card Resources: Website: www.ChaffinCreditConsulting.com https://www.bbb.org/us/ma/clinton/profile/credit-and-debt-counseling/chaffin-credit-consulting-0261-316461 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/casey-chaffin-5b788356/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChaffinCreditConsulting

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Episode 5: Getting Smart With Your Real Estate Investments, with Chris Prefontaine

Chris is the best-selling author of “Real Estate on Your Terms: Create Continuous Cash Flow Now, Without Using Your Cash or Credit”. He’s also the founder of SmartRealEstateCoach.com and the Smart Real Estate Coach Podcast. Chris has been in real estate for over 25 years. His experience includes the construction of over 100 single-family and duplex homes (mostly 1990’s and selectively to date), has owned a Realty Executives Franchise (Massachusetts 1994-2000) as broker/owner which maintained high per-agent standards and eventually sold to Coldwell Banker in 2000. The 2000s included coaching ½ million and higher REALTORs® in order to scale & automate their business throughout the US and Canada. He also participated (and still does selectively) in doing condo conversions (multi-family homes to condos) and “raise the roof” projects (converting single-family ranches to colonials in growth neighborhoods). Chris has been a big advocate of constant education and participates regularly in high-end mastermind groups, as well as consults with private mentors. He runs his own buying and selling businesses with his family team, which buys 2-5 properties monthly, so they’re in the trenches every single week. They also help clients do the same thing around the country. Chris and his family team […]

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Episode 4: The Winding Path to Success, with Tiffani Bova

Tiffani Bova is the growth and innovation evangelist at Salesforce and the author of the Wall Street Journal and 800-CEO-READ bestselling book GROWTH IQ: Get Smarter About the Choices that Will Make or Break Your Business (Portfolio). Bova was recently named to Thinkers50s Radar Class of 2019 and was Thinker of the Month in December 2018. She has appeared on MSNBC and Yahoo Finance, among others, and was featured in the January 2019 issue of Rotman Management Magazine’s Disruption Issue. She has also contributed to publications including Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Huffington Post, and is a frequent guest on Wharton Business Radio and a variety of industry-leading podcasts. As host of What’s Next! with Tiffani Bova, one of the top 100 business and marketing podcasts on iTunes and top sales podcast of 2018 and 2019 according to Top Sales Magazine, she has interviewed guests from Arianna Huffington and Tom Peters to Dan Pink Bova is a top influencer in Customer Experience, Digital Transformation, the Future of Work, and Sales, and she was recently recognized as one of Inc. Magazine’s 37 Sales Experts You Need to Follow on Twitter, a LinkedIn Top Sales Expert to follow in 2019, a […]

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Episode 3: Money and Emotion, with Michelle Arpin Begina

Michelle’s earliest memories from childhood all relate to money. And yet, the stories and lessons learned from different branches of her family tree couldn’t be more dichotomous! Michelle has used the money lessons from her life to rethink how financial advisors and their clients have traditionally worked together. Rather than thinking of her role as a gatekeeper of portfolios, she sees real value in being a gateway to personal financial freedom. To support her clients on their unique wealth journeys, Michelle is a technician of financial planning, investment, and wealth management. But what differentiates Michelle from other financial advisors is that she has spent the last two-plus decades studying the unconventional, non-financial aspects of life satisfaction, financial therapy (it’s a thing), behavioral bias, choice, and decision advising. She believes we all need to examine the money stories, scripts, and lessons that affect our financial psychology so that we can rethink what we know about money to have more of it. Michelle lives in Wyckoff, NJ with her husband, Mike and sons, Alex and Nick. She is an avid photographer – her sons are her favorite subject! What You Will Learn: What it means to think outside the box but inside […]

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