Financial Behaviorist, Jacquette Timmons, explores the psychology, emotions and the math of money so that you can make better, smarter choices no matter where you fall on the income or wealth spectrum. Money. Choices. Relationships.
In this episode, Jacquette breaks down a strategy to save, invest and spend your money by design instead of by default.
Jacquette breaks the quickest, best ways to save. In this episode she also talks about how she became fascinated with money, particularly how people relate to money and treat money and what led her to become a "financial behaviorist."
Jacquette breaks down the difference between being rich and being wealthy.
Jacquette explores the major historical shifts that have impacted the way we as individuals and as a society, interact with money.
From your balance sheet to your bank statements, your journey to becoming wealthy is a process and requires a plan. How you manage your money tells a story about you.
Jacquette explains why paying down debt and saving should not be an either or proposition.
What happens when money is tight? Jacquette Timmons walks you through how to navigate tough times. You may think you have a money problem, but Jacquette will tell you why it may not be about money.
The wisdom of Jacquette Timmons is powerful in this podcast as she shares some of the lessons she learned and mistakes she made while in college and after graduation. This is the advice she wishes she had when starting her life.
Jacquette examines eight decision-making styles and why it's important to figure out what type of decision maker you are for maximum results in every area of your life, especially your finances.
Most marriages end over disputes around money. Why? Jacquette breaks down what's not being discussed and what needs to be discussed about money when you are in a relationship.