Tuesday, August 23, 2016

2016-08-28 Turn $3,000 To $50 million dollars With Paul Merriman & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio

Paul Merriman Interview- Turn $3,000 To $50 million dollars:

Articles on $3000 to $50 million
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Every parent wants the best for their children.  If possible, most parents would like to leave their child a nice fortune.  Today we will discuss the possibilities of leaving your children or grandchildren $50 million dollars by investing $3000 and the challenges that may prevent you from doing so.

Joining us for our discussion on Turn $3,000 To $50 million dollars is Paul Merriman  who is calling in from his Seattle Washington MA office .  Paul Merriman is a nationally recognized authority on mutual funds, index investing, asset allocation and both buy-and-hold and active management strategies. Now retired from Merriman, the Seattle-based investment advisory firm he founded in 1983, he is dedicated to educating investors, young and old, through weekly articles at Marketwatch.com, and via complimentary eBooks, podcasts, articles, recommendations for mutual funds, ETFs, 401(k) plans and more, at Paulmerriman.com

Thursday, August 18, 2016

2016-08-21 Family Wealth Plan Show With Howard Stevenson & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio

Howard Stevenson Interview- Family Wealth Plan Show

Wealth. It’s a nice problem to have, but the financial uncertainty inherent in today’s world means that no one can afford not to think about wealth - how you get it, manage it, and use it. Wealth and your families become even more complicated! 78% of wealthy people get their money thru creating it vs inheriting it.  At least half grew up in middle class or lower middle class households.   So most people did not have a silver spoon.  The average inheritance is a $177k. This is a  nice amount but you will not become wealthy thru inheritance.

Joining us for our discussion on Family Wealth Plan is Howard Stevenson who is calling in from his Boston MA office .  Howard Stevenson’s forty-year career as a professor at the Harvard Business School included the founding of the school’s Entrepreneurial Management Program. His entrepreneurial ventures included founding and serving as the first president of the Baupost Group, Inc., a wealth management firm that now invests $29 billion for its clients. He remains involved in the investment world today, working with his son to manage investments for his family and others. Deeply committed to philanthropy as a donor and a nonprofit board member and trustee, he wrote Getting to Giving: Fundraising the Entrepreneurial Way to share his philanthropic experiences. His most cherished role is as the member of a family he describes as “wealthy enough to have real choices and complex enough to face real challenges.”  
His latest book is Wealth and Families: Lessons From My Life Journey.

2016-08-14 Get Your Own Raise With Don Asher & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio

Don Asher Interview- Get Your Own Raise:

You’ve paid your dues.  You work hard, in a field you love.  You are, by most measures, successful in your career.  Now, you are ready for the step or perhaps, leap to a bigger job, the next level, substantially higher pay.  The June issue of Money Magazine talks about the 21 Most Valuable Career Skills you need.    

Joining us for our discussion on Get Your Own Raise  is Donald Asher who is on the phone from his San Francisco office.  Asher is an internationally acclaimed author and speaker specializing in careers and higher education. He is the author of ten books. He is a contributor to the San Francisco journal, the Wall Street Journal's Online Editions, Careerjournal.Com And College Journal.Com. He is the education columnist for MSN Encarta, one of the top worldwide destinations on the web.  He has written  Who Gets Promoted Who Doesn’t And Why: 12 Things You’d Better Do If You Want To Get Ahead

Thursday, August 11, 2016

2016-07-31 Becoming The Best with Bruce Raymond Wright & Ed Fulbright on Mastering Your Money Radio

Bruce Raymond Wright 

Bruce Raymond Wright Interview- Becoming The Best Show: 

The term transcendence means surpassing the ordinary and elevating above the status quo with amazing and relevant offerings, products and excellence that is irresistible. Transcendence and change are inextricably connected. Just as people avoid or resist change, they tend to avoid or resist transcendent elevating new ideas, business, political, financial, or societal constructs that stretch beyond the limitations of their comfort zones or the way they see themselves. I am telling you this so you will not be surprised when some (or perhaps all) of the people around you do not share your enthusiasm for elevating yourself or your business above the current condition.

Joining us for our discussion on Becoming The Best is Bruce Raymond Wright who is calling in from his Simi Valley CA office.  Bruce Raymond Wright is a serial entrepreneur, inventor and innovator.   Developed a multi advisor financial advisory firm and sold it.  Developed high level consulting practice upon the suggestion of senior level executives at an aerospace client called Marco Strategic Design, Inc.  
His latest book is Titled The Transcendent Thought and Market Leadership 1.0

Thursday, August 4, 2016

2016-07-24 True Wealth With Michael Kay & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio

Michael Kay Interview- True Wealth Show: 

Is feeling rich about “stuff” and “things” or money in the bank? Is it about a new car or a plan for tomorrow? Is it about those you love and the security and comfort of knowing that you are moving toward—and not away from—your life’s riches?  I have found that stuff does not make you happy but some of us spend a lot of time buying stuff to substitute for happiness.

Joining us for our discussion on True Wealth is Michael Kay, CFP who is calling in from his Livingston, NJ office .  Michael F. Kay is a Certified Financial Planner®, author and speaker on personal finance and financial life planning. He is the author of two books (The Feel Rich Project and The Business of Life) and he speaks and delivers workshops across the U.S.  His latest book, The Feel Rich Project, is about transforming your relationship with money—reaching clarity on what matters most and developing a personal plan to reach it.

He is the President of Financial Life Focus and a regular contributor to Forbes and Psychology Today