Get Financially Fit: Top 5 Finance Podcasts to Listen to on Your Commute25 Jan 2019
Happy New Year! We hope you’ve gotten a kickstart on your goals and resolutions for 2019. At The Park, we know financial literacy is a valiant goal to have this year and one that everyone can reach. A society where people are financially literate is a thriving one. Don’t have time to read up on the latest and greatest books in the personal finance genre? Take advantage of your commuting time by listening to these finance podcasts on your way to work.
The Journey to Launch podcast offers a unique point of view on personal finance. Host Jamila Souffrant is a certified financial education instructor and tackles subjects such as income inequality, race and reaching financial independence as a millennial.
The Mo’ Money Podcast features interviews with different financial consultants, bloggers and other movers and shakers in the financial world. Listen to this show for tips and tricks on how to talk to your kids about money, early retirement, living with less, emergency funds and more.
The Lucky B*tch Podcast combines spirituality and money in a super fun way. Life coach and author Denise Duffield-Thomas teaches you about the psychological side of managing your money, detailing how you can undo mental blocks that are keeping you from stewarding your money well.
Listen Money Matters makes money talk fun. Hosted by Andrew Fiebert and Matt Giovanisci, this podcast explains complex money topics in a relatable, funny and brash way. Matt and Andrew provide plenty of actionable advice for those who want to improve their financial lives. They discuss everything from money mindset to student loan debt to investing.
Dave Ramsey’s podcast and national radio show are beloved by many for his no nonsense and simple approach to personal finance matters, especially when it comes to paying off debt and saving. His sometimes-coarse speaking style and extreme approach are not for everyone but his principles have helped thousands of Americans climb out of debt.
Whether you’re a personal finance junkie or new to the game, we hope these finance podcasts are helpful as you go about your new year’s financial goals.