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Podcast Episode – Making Finance Fun
The podcast momentum is building. We offer the following write up as a teaser for Episode 5.
“Mom, I have a problem. I have a credit card—and I need you to pay the bill.”
“I’m not paying the bill, you have to figure it out. Consider this a lesson.”
That was the exchange Joe Saul-Sehy had with his mother shortly into his first semester in college. Within 90 days, his credit was wrecked. He had no job, no income, no financial aptitude whatsoever—understandably so.
Joe grew up in a family where the topic of money was constantly swept under the rug. His parents even went as far as asking the kids to leave the room if a financial discussion bubbled up.
So, who is this guy, and why would Matt spend an hour interviewing someone who admitted he has been “horrible with money?”
Joe Saul-Sehy is the co-host of The Stacking Benjamins Show: the record-smashing, award-winning, wildly popular podcast covering all things money-related. After years of avoiding conversations about money, Joe now broadcasts conversations about money to thousands of people every week.
In episode five of Take the Long View, Joe joins Matt to tell the story about his mission to make conversations about money fun and accessible. During this interview, Matt and Joe discuss financial independence, the perils of comparing your situation to others, and a traumatic experience with a minibar in Chicago.
Much like Matt, Joe has a knack for burying yawn-inducing jargon into stories that are as entertaining as they are enlightening. As Joe says, “If you don’t think you’re learning, you’re much more open to learning.”
Give it a listen and be sure to share the show with anyone else who’s fed up with finger-wagging, buttoned-up lectures about how you should handle your money.
Oh, and in case you missed it, Joe interviewed Matt back in 2016 right after the launch of Odds On: The Making of an Evidence-Based Investor.
Click here for Episode 5 on Apple or here for other platforms.
Matt Hall’s Interview on Stacking Benjamins
Due to the overwhelming success of Matt Hall’s book Odds On: The Making of an Evidence-Based Investor, he was invited to be interviewed on the podcast Stacking Benjamins, hosted by Joe Saul-Sehy, winner of the best personal-finance podcast award and co-hosted by Farnoosh Torabi. Stacking Benjamins is a Plutus Award-Winning Podcast with over 20,000 listeners, broadcast live from Joe’s mom’s basement! Matt had a great time recording and said this was one of the most fun interviews he has ever done! If you are short on time, feel free to fast forward to 14:45 where Matt joins the discussion.
“Can you tweak your investments to perform better? Matt Hall, author of Odds On: The Making of an Evidence-Based Investor says that you can… and without betting on individual stocks or risky asset allocation mixes”.
Please click here to listen to the full podcast interview.