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The world is obsessed with cults –– and there are more documentaries and true crime podcasts than ever on some of the most controversial organizations. But not every cult is so apparent, and there are smaller, less insidious-seeming figures that are doing harm daily, especially to women and other already marginalized communities. To better understand how these organizations operate, we sat down with Dr. Janja Lalich, who has dedicated her life to the study of cults and helping members and their families get out and recover. She vulnerably shares about her time in a cult and the ways in which cults use emotional manipulation and abuse against women. To learn more about our guests, read transcripts, and get additional resources, check out our show notes at www.financialfeministpodcast.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Women are told from a young age to make themselves smaller –– physically, mentally, and emotionally. This leads to playing small in our careers, with our finances, and in so many other ways in our day-to-day lives. These messages usually start in wellness spaces with the often toxic messaging around the New Year that only encourages this continuous pursuit of being “small.” So we sat down with Sadie Lincoln, the founder of Barre3, to talk about getting comfortable taking up space in all aspects of our lives (but especially physically), why she rebuffs the idea that anyone needs a guru, and how she used the same resilience she teaches in class to keep Barre3 alive even when the pandemic threatened to close its doors. Learn more about our guests, read episode transcripts, and so much more at www.financialfeministpodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Millions of Americans have ADHD. But, sadly, women specifically have struggled in silence, unaware of their diagnosis until later in life. This lack of awareness and education around ADHD bleeds into every segment of life, especially finances. We’re joined by Dr. Sasha Hamdani (also known as @ThePsychDoctorMD on TikTok and Instagram) to talk about her own journey as a woman with ADHD who also treats patients with ADHD. Dr. Hamdani tackles everything from the why behind certain behaviors with money to the true cost (to the tune of billions) of ADHD in the United States. Learn more about our guests, access the show notes and transcripts, and so much more at www.financialfeministpodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The great resignation that started in 2021 set off a wave of workers across industries finally asking themselves the question, “is this REALLY what I want to do with my life?” If you are one of the many, who have considered a career change or are still trying to figure out what that “passion” is, today’s guest is here to help you untangle the modern job hunting advice and help you discover your unique skillset, and how to use them to find your dream job. Tori is joined by Ashley Stahl, author of You Turn: Get Unstuck, Discover Your Direction, Design Your Dream Career, to talk about the ten skillsets she believes are the most valuable in the current market, how to know which one is yours, and how she utilized her skills working for the Department of Defense to trust her instincts and build a career she loves. Learn more about Financial Feminist, our guests, get transcripts and resources on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes  See if Tori is coming to a city near you for her book tour! https://herfirst100k.com/hfk-events Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tori Dunlap, now a New York Times Bestselling Author, is joined by the host of the UNSTUCKKD podcast and Chief Product Officer of Her First $100K, Kahlil Dumas, to talk about her recently released book, Financial Feminist: Overcome the Patriarchy's Bullsh*t to Master Your Money and Build a Life You Love. In this episode, Tori breaks down the why behind writing the book, what she learned while researching topics like systemic oppression in finance, and what her hopes are for readers.  Learn more about the podcast, our guests, read transcripts, and more on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes  Get a copy of The New York Times Bestseller, Financial Feminist: Overcome the Patriarchy's Bullsh*t to Master Your Money and Build a Life You Love, out now! www.herfirst100k.com/book See if Tori is coming to a city near you for her book tour! https://herfirst100k.com/hfk-events Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to 2023, Financial Feminists! Regardless of if your goals for the year revolve around spending, saving, or investing, setting those goals and actually achieving them are two very different things. In this quick hit episode, host Tori Dunlap guides you through a goal-setting exercise to help bring your dreams to fruition and avoid the common pitfalls of goal-setting.  Learn more about Financial Feminist, read episode transcripts, and get additional resources on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes See if Tori is coming to a city near you for her book tour! https://herfirst100k.com/hfk-events Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join host and author Tori Dunlap as she reads from the introduction of her new book, Financial Feminist: Overcome the Patriarchy’s Bulls*t to Master Your Money and Build a Life You Love. Out now wherever you buy books! https://herfirst100k.com/book See if Tori is coming to a city near you for her book tour! https://herfirst100k.com/hfk-events Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this re-release of one of our top episodes of 2022, host Tori Dunlap guides you through a shame and judgment-free practice to help you curb your emotional spending purchases so you can spend money on the things you ACTUALLY like without guilt. Pre-Order “Financial Feminist: Overcome the Patriarchy’s Bullsh*t to Master Your Money and Build a Life You Love”: www.herfirst100k.com/book See the show notes from the original episode: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/stop-emotional-spending Tori's Holiday Gift Guide: https://view.flodesk.com/emails/639cb8593f2d9b5325b02fab Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this special episode of Financial Feminist, we’re sharing a conversation with host Tori Dunlap and the Man Enough Podcast. In it, Tori and the Man, Enough team chat about how gender roles and traditional views of masculinity and femininity are perpetuated in dating culture and the ongoing harm that happens because of it. They also touch on how to have better conversations about money with your partner and in your workplace relationships. If you enjoyed this conversation, be sure to check out our friends on the Man Enough Podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/ManEnough To see show notes from the episode, read the transcript, or get to know our guests, make sure to check out our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Building wealth in a capitalist society can feel like a double-edged sword, and the effect of mass wealth inequality is felt even more by marginalized communities. Today, Tori is joined by Kiersten and Julien of Rich and Regular to talk about their work helping the Black community build wealth, how they left the constraining boxes of Corporate America, and how they’re continuing to provide education for other marginalized communities on building wealth and building a better society.  Learn more about our guests, read episode transcripts, get resources from the show, and more on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/ Pre-order Financial Feminist, the book, out December 27th! www.herfirst100k.com/book Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
With the housing market in flux and a looming recession on the horizon, there’s never been a better time to learn about the home buying process. Today, we’re joined by NerdWallet’s Kate Wood to talk all things mortgages –– including what kinds of mortgages might be available to you, what other factors you need to consider aside from the monthly payments, and whether or not right now is a good time to buy or if you should wait it out. Regardless of if you want to buy a home in 5 months or 5 years, you’ll learn so much from Kate. Make sure to check out info on Kate and all our guests on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, host and financial educator Tori Dunlap answers voicemail questions from our community, including how to start investing, the perks of credit cards, advocating for your worth when you’re taking on non-promotable work, and whether or not you should pay off those student loans before investing.  Learn more about these topics, our guests, and get episode transcripts on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes  Pre-order the Financial Feminist book! https://herfirst100k.com/book Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The business of sex work is often considered taboo in conversation, but considering the sex work industry is primarily made up of women –– we need to talk about it. So, we invited Mistress Justine Cross to join us for an episode on her business as one of LA’s most famous dominatrixes. In this episode, Tori and Justine discuss everything from the logistics of financial domination, running a dungeon, education on the BDSM community, managing irregular income, and the stigma of sex work. Learn more about our guests, get resources, and read the episode transcripts at https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Can building a personal brand help you in your job hunt? Just ask our guest, Corporate Natalie. You might recognize Natalie from her viral TikToks, where she pokes fun at corporate life –– she joins us today to chat about building a personal brand and how to use that brand to either build your own thriving creator career or land your dream job. Tori and Natalie also chat about how the creator economy is changing the game for pay transparency and the joys and challenges that come alongside being the face of an internet brand. Learn more about our guests, read episode transcripts, get resources from the show, and more on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When it comes to finding a job, getting in the door is half the battle, but what do you do after you finally get that interview you’ve been dreaming of? In this episode, Tori Dunlap shares how she coaches women through a successful interview to help applicants put their best foot forward. You’ll learn everything from how to prep beforehand to how to follow up after your interview.  Learn more about our guests, read episode transcripts, get resources from the show, and more on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/interview-prep-tips Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Get in, feminists –– we’re reading Dave Ramsey (so you don’t have to). In this very special episode, Tori is joined by Bad with Money’s Gabe Dunn for their review of Dave’s most recent book, Baby Step Millionaires. With their powers combined, Tori and Gabe tackle everything from the cult-y vibes to the outright bad advice and the not-so-subtle racism and classism in this particular edition of Dave’s curriculum. You’ll learn something new and get some good laughs while doing so. Learn more about our guests, read episode transcripts, get resources from the show, and more on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/dave-ramsey-takedown Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Money is complicated –– and it’s made even more complicated by relationship dynamics. As a nod to spooky season, in today’s episode, Tori guides you through some common “financial red flags” in both romantic, friend, and family relationships and how to navigate conversations with said friends and family around finances when your boundaries aren’t being respected. Learn more about our guests, read episode transcripts, get resources from the show, and more on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/financial-red-flags Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What do the dying have to teach us about money? Doc G (aka Jordan Grumet) learned firsthand what constitutes a regret-free life while working in hospice and now teaches others how to do the same. In this episode, Doc G and Tori discuss financial independence through the lens of living a full life while also getting smart with your finances, Doc G’s parable of the three brothers, and why hitting the title of “FI/RE” isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be. Learn more about our guests, read episode transcripts, get resources from the show, and more on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/living-regret-free Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
With less than a month to the midterms, it’s never been more important to understand the power of your vote and the importance of understanding how our government actually works. We wanted to know more about the electoral college, misinformation, and why there’s so much money in politics –– so we sat down with Sharon McMahon, who you may know as America’s Government teacher. During this lively conversation, Tori and Sharon dive into the nuances of the American government, from Citizens United to who’s actually in charge of your school district's curriculum. We also learn A LOT of shocking details about Aaron Burr. Learn more about our guests, read episode transcripts, get resources from the show, and more on our show notes page: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/how-the-government-works Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Did you know that you can negotiate more than salary when it comes to a job offer? So many candidates immediately shut down job offers if the salary isn’t 100% in their range but may be neglecting other important factors in your total compensation package. Today, Tori breaks down some of the most common types of benefits and how you can negotiate them, including health care, stock options, PTO, flex work, and more. Get resources mentioned in the show, learn more about our guests, and read episode transcripts: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/negotiating-benefits Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Sara

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Sep 19th
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Jul 8th
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Janet Rowley

Why isn't Season 2 on this platform? I was waiting for it and found out it's not here anymore

Jun 15th
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May 4th
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Jenny Carroll

It's interesting because I agree with a lot of what you both are saying here. However, I could also argue nearly every one of your points. Biggest being the cult mentality- cruises, trips, team building - you know big, successful companies do this as well. My dream of working for Amazon as an example ;)

Sep 1st
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ID23085643

Weirdest way I made money was when I was traveling in Japan I found a Craigslist ad to do voiceover for an app used during Tokyo olympics, made $50 cash for a few hours of work.

Aug 23rd
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Stacey

weirdest way I made money. unloading people's shopping carts for the quarter in their cart

Jul 16th
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Tawnya John

Absolutely in LOVE. Recommending this to everyone who will listen. This podcast has opened my eyes to privileges I didn't even know I had and have and the struggles kept in the shadows that people are facing that are straight up CRIMINAL. So happy to be being educated about these issues so I can help advocate for their ABOLISHMENT.

Jun 20th
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Arielle Niss

Big fan of this show! Tori does a great job bringing on experts with unique money-related stories. I can feel her money confidence through the phone and it’s contagious!

Jun 8th
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Sarah Seng

I love Tori's content, very excited to catch up on this

Jun 3rd
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Karyn Ford

So excited for this ❤❤❤

May 20th
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