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Join money expert Tori Dunlap as she guides you on how to make more, spend less, and feel financially confident in a world run by rich white men. Through solo episodes and special guest interviews, you’ll walk away with resources to get, save, and grow money to gain financial freedom and kick some patriarchal ass at the same time. New episodes drop every Tuesday, and mini-episodes drop every other Thursday.

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We’re back with another “Ask Tori” Financial Feminist episode! Today Tori’s answering voicemail questions from the Financial Feminist community — including questions about leasing or buying a car, balance transfers, and choosing the best credit cards. From navigating through the emotional trauma of spending versus saving, to breaking the cycle of constantly transferring debt, Tori addresses it all with her signature blend of financial wisdom and candid advice — tune in! Want Tori to answer YOUR question? Submit your questions to Tori via voicemail Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/151-ask-tori-buying-a-car-balance-transfers-and-choosing-the-best-credit-cards/. Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz  Mentioned in this episode: Recommended credit cards Run For Something Episodes on negotiating: Negotiate with confidence Negotiate like a woman Episodes on emotional spending & financial trauma: Building Your Money Game Plan  Identity-Based Personal Finance Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today's fast-paced world where change is the only constant — the ability to pivot is paramount for success. Today’s guest knows all about how and when to pivot. Meet Rebecca Minkoff — iconic luxury fashion designer, trailblazing entrepreneur, co-founder of the Female Founder Collective, mother of three children under 10, and author of the book: “Fearless: The New Rules for Unlocking Creativity, Courage, and Success.”  In this interview, she sat down with Tori for a candid interview about the art of embracing change, seizing opportunities, and overcoming setbacks. Rebecca's candid stories and advice offer listeners a roadmap for embracing change with confidence and resilience. Whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur or someone facing a career crossroads, this episode promises to inspire you to fearlessly pursue your dreams and aspirations, even amongst life's unexpected twists and turns.  Tune in to discover how to navigate change with grace and determination, and unlock the power of resilience in your personal and professional life. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/150-how-to-fearlessly-pivot-with-rebecca-minkoff/.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz. Get Rebecca’s book: Fearless: The New Rules for Unlocking Creativity, Courage, and Success Subscribe to Rebecca’s Substack: https://rebeccaminkoff.substack.com/ Female Founder Collective: https://femalefoundercollective.com/ Check out Rebecca’s podcast: Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TW: SA, ED, abuse The world of professional athletics is often glamorized, but behind the scenes, women athletes face a myriad of challenges and inequalities. In today's episode of the Financial Feminist, host Tori Dunlap sits down with American long-distance runner and two-time Olympian, Kara Goucher to shine a light on the darker side of women's professional athletics. Kara, a trailblazer in her own right, shares her raw and unfiltered experiences navigating the complexities of the sports industry as a female athlete. From unequal pay and sponsorship opportunities to the stigma surrounding motherhood in sports, Kara delves into the systemic issues that continue to plague women athletes. She reveals the pressures she faced to downplay her role as a mother in order to be taken seriously in her athletic career and reflects on the disparities in media representation between male and female athletes. Additionally, Kara opens up about her decision to leave a major sponsor like Nike to join a smaller woman-owned company, highlighting the financial risks and rewards of prioritizing values over profit. Join this eye-opening conversation as Kara shares her insights on the importance of speaking out against injustice and advocating for change within the sports industry. Whether you're a sports enthusiast or simply passionate about gender equality, this episode offers valuable perspectives on the challenges and triumphs of women in professional athletics. Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of the realities faced by female athletes and discover how we can work together to create a more equitable and inclusive future for athletes of all genders." Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/149-the-dark-side-of-womens-professional-athletics-with-olympian-kara-goucher/.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz. Get Kara’s book: The Longest Race Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the podcast, Tori examines the common misconception that parents always know best when it comes to financial advice and life decisions. Drawing from personal experiences and listener anecdotes, Tori challenges the notion that parental guidance is infallible. This candid discussion explores the impact of outdated advice and societal expectations on individuals' financial and personal journeys. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-show-notes/148-your-parents-arent-always-right/.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Leave Financial Feminist a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/financialfeminist Mentioned in this episode: Renting vs. Buying: What’s Right for Me? Job-hopping to Increase Your Income with Cinneah El-Amin How to Win the Financial Game: Money Coaching with Tiffany Aliche Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Have you ever wondered how some of the biggest companies were built? On the podcast How I Built This, host Guy Raz founders behind the world’s biggest companies and brands to learn the real stories of how they built them. How I Built This with Guy Raz is a master-class on innovation, creativity, leadership and how to navigate challenges of all kinds. Follow How I Built This on the Wondery App or wherever you get your podcasts. You can listen to How I Built This early and ad-free right now on Wondery plus. Wondery.fm/HIBT_FFwmb   For more deep dive and daily business content listen to Wondery– the destination for business podcasts. With shows like How I Built This, Business Wars, The Best One Yet, Business Movers and many more, Wondery means business. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The US throws away more food than any other country in the world - over 80 billion pounds per year, with each American throwing out an estimated 30% of the food they purchase. This alarming fact is what propelled today’s guest to create a cookbook & community dedicated to showing people how to transform commonly wasted foods into delicious recipes. Carleigh Bodrug is the CEO and Founder of PlantYou, a New York Times Bestselling cookbook author, and self-taught plant-based chef famous for her simple take on low-waste and vegan recipes. In this episode she and Tori dive into the topic of reducing food waste and saving money on groceries, with Carleigh sharing her expertise on how to make the most out of ingredients, minimize waste, and maximize flavor, all while sticking to a budget. From innovative recipe ideas to practical tips for utilizing kitchen scraps, this conversation offers valuable insights for anyone looking to eat more sustainably and economically. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"Life, like poker, is a game of strategy and risk. Embracing discomfort and taking calculated risks are essential for growth and success in both." In this episode of the Financial Feminist, Tori welcomes Jenny Just, one of 23 self-made female billionaires in the USA and co-founder of PEAK6 Investments to explore the intricate parallels between playing poker and navigating life's challenges, particularly for women. Their conversation dives deep into the psychology behind the fear of success, the importance of embracing risk, and how these concepts intersect with financial literacy and entrepreneurship. Tune in to gain valuable insights into overcoming societal conditioning, learning to navigate discomfort, and harnessing the power of risk-taking to propel personal and professional growth.  Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today, we’re doing something a little different at Financial Feminist. Tori recently appeared on an episode of the Creator Science podcast to talk about the process of writing her New York Times bestselling book, “Financial Feminist.” From writing the proposal and finding an agent to marketing and selling the book — she breaks it all down in this transparent interview. If you’ve ever considered writing a book and are curious about what the journey looks like, then tune in to this episode. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Financial Feminist book: https://herfirst100k.com/financial-feminist-book Looking for one-on-one coaching with Tori on getting your book launched? Apply for consulting: https://airtable.com/app5HLSQ8w4ufyrfW/shrGoFWWDtau2wYn6 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Have you been wondering how to effectively diversify your investment portfolio? Or whether you should prioritize real estate investments over traditional retirement accounts? In this episode of the Financial Feminist, we’re answering more user submitted questions, but this time we have TWO money experts giving you perspective — host Tori Dunlap and New York Times Bestselling Author, Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche! Together they tackle these questions and more, offering valuable insights into personal finance. From budgeting hacks and saving money on groceries to understanding investment options like Roth IRAs and real estate, they provide practical money advice for listeners at every stage of their financial journey. Tune in as Tori and Tiffany share tips on managing debt, maximizing scholarships, and building a solid foundation for financial wholeness. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Budgetnista website: http://budgetnista.com Made Whole Workbook: https://thebudgetnista.com/order-made-whole/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today’s episode of the Financial Feminist, host Tori Dunlap sits down with Lauren McGoodwin, founder of Career Contessa — a platform dedicated to helping advance women in their careers. Together, they dive into the intricacies of workplace dynamics, salary negotiation strategies, and the pursuit of fulfilling careers. Tune in to gain valuable insights on deciphering company cultures, leveraging AI tools for job searches, and advocating for fair compensation. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz How to Land the Job Free Webinar: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/55/4v7kpbgz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Have you ever wanted to do something — overhaul your health, change your body, start a new career, reach a financial goal — and become utterly overwhelmed just thinking about all the things you’d have to do to achieve it? You’re not the only one. For many of us, it’s not the fear of failure that is holding us back in life, it’s the “go big or go home” mindset that stops us from progressing. The attitude that it has to be all or nothing. In this episode, Tori unpacks the harmful effects of this mindset and offers practical strategies for overcoming it. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Stock Market School: https://treasury.app/herfirst100k/investing-101-workshop  Also mentioned in the episode: How to Travel Ethically on a Budget with Jo Franco Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“The biggest thing I didn't expect as a single mom would be that I had to learn how to rely on strangers.” In this episode, host Tori Dunlap sits down with Kim Williams, founder of Single Black Motherhood, to discuss the challenges and triumphs of navigating single motherhood. Kim shares her personal journey, from making difficult decisions about relationships to moving across states to provide a better life for her daughter. Through candid conversation, they explore the stigma surrounding single motherhood, the importance of community support, and practical resources available for single moms. Kim's insights shed light on the resilience and strength of single mothers, offering inspiration and guidance for listeners facing similar circumstances.  Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TW : fertility, miscarriage, pregnancy loss “I will never forget sitting down with my boss, and she said, congratulations, we've planned out the next five years of your life. And I remember in that moment having this visceral reaction of, they didn't even ask me what I want for my life. They didn't ask me.” In this episode of the Financial Feminist, host Tori Dunlap engages in a candid conversation with the dynamic Jenna Kutcher, entrepreneur and host of the Gold Digger Podcast. Together, they dive into the depths of personal growth, entrepreneurship, work/life balance, and the power of podcasting. With Jenna's authentic insights and Tori's straightforward approach, listeners are in for a treat as they explore the nuances of embracing discomfort, navigating ADHD as an entrepreneur, and making the most of viral moments.  Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“We're so scared of showing up imperfectly, we're so scared that maybe our wildest dreams are out of reach and too big that we don't ever get started.” For many entrepreneurs or people dreaming of becoming an entrepreneur, getting started is often the hardest part. That feeling of nervousness and fear — or the thinking that we need to know it all before getting started is not uncommon, but it is holding you back from taking action. In this episode, Tori shares some of the biggest mindset issues and entrepreneurship myths she’s come across as a consultant and business owner and gives you valuable insight into how to use this information to get out of your own way. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Business Boot Camp: https://her-first-100k.teachable.com/p/business-bootcamp Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TW: This episode references suicide.  In today’s episode, Tori sits down with Madeline Pendleton, business owner and author of "I Survived Capitalism and All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt," to discuss the intricacies of personal finance, capitalism, and ethical business. Madeline shares her journey of dealing with loss as a result of financial stress, and how it affected the way she now runs her business. Madeline has gone viral for her alternative business model and in this interview she’s sharing invaluable insight on managing money and navigating that path while trying to stay true to her ideals.  Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
If you’re reading the title of this episode wondering how astrology can be relevant to personal finance and career development — get ready for a fascinating exploration into the cosmic influences that shape each of our individual paths. In this insightful conversation, Chani Nicholas, New York Times best-selling author and world-renowned astrologer, shares insights into how astrology can be a valuable tool for self-discovery, understanding one's strengths and challenges, and making informed decisions in various aspects of life. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Have you ever wondered what to do with your 401k when you leave a job? Or how to pay off debt and save while on a low income? Well, pull up a chair and get ready to take some notes, because today we’re back with another Ask Tori Anything episode! In this Q&A session, Tori answers a variety of financial questions from the audience — from saving money and investing to negotiating a raise and understanding the intricacies of 401k matching, Tori's expertise shines through as she dives into the nuances of personal finance — tune in! Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“When the average person hears the words generational wealth, they think succession, yachts, and trust funds. When you and I talk about generational wealth, what we're really talking about is — how do we make our future family, or even our communities, better than we had it?” Are you setting your kids up for financial success? Do you even know how to? In this episode, Tori welcomes award-winning family finance coach Andy Hill back to the show to find out all the questions parents are or should be asking to prepare their kids for the future. From how to start talking to your kids about money, why starting at a young age is important, to what programs and resources you should be investing in. This conversation is filled with practical strategies and tools you can use to set your children up for financial success. Don’t have kids? Don’t worry! You’ll still walk away from this episode armed with knowledge and financial tips you can personally use to become more financially secure (with or without kids). Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Andy's Make My Kid a Millionaire Course: https://contact7--hillmedia.thrivecart.com/make-my-kid-a-millionaire/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
CW: This episode discusses sexual abuse. The sober-curious movement has grown substantially in recent years as women especially begin to re-evaluate their relationship with alcohol. During the pandemic, levels of drinking skyrocketed, which has a direct impact on our mental and physical health, and of course, our wallets. In this re-release from July 2023, we’re joined by Kelsey Moreira, founder of Doughp, the cookie dough company with a mission to help women in recovery, to talk about her journey as a sober business owner. We also dive into her time on Shark Tank, including the hypocritical reason her company was passed up for funding and ultimately how she overcame the setback to build a business she loves. Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at  https://herfirst100k.com/podcast Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“If you are stacking your day with so many habits and routines that you don't have any time to sit and just be or to enjoy your life or to play or to run into spontaneity, that's not wellness.” In this episode, we explore how integrating small changes into your life and building small habits can help us lead richer, more rewarding lives. Our guest today is Liz Moody, host of the top-rated “The Liz Moody Podcast” and author of the book 100 Ways to Change Your Life: The Science of Leveling Up Health, Happiness, Relationships & Success.” In this deeply insightful conversation, Liz is sharing her own wellness journey, what she’s learned along the way, and giving us actionable tips we can use to cultivate meaningful change.  Read transcripts, learn more about our guests and sponsors, and get more resources at https://financialfeministpodcast.com.  Not sure where to start on your financial journey? Take our FREE money personality quiz! https://herfirst100k.com/quiz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Salome Odeny

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Aakash Amanat

It's so empowering to see the rise of the "Financial Feminist" movement! This is a significant step towards breaking down the gender-based financial disparities that have persisted for far too long. It's about time that we recognize the importance of financial independence and literacy for all individuals, regardless of their gender. https://justpaste.it/u/PackagingLA Being a Financial Feminist means advocating for equal pay, investment opportunities, and access to financial education. It's about shattering the glass ceiling not only in workplaces but also in personal finances. Let's encourage women to take control of their economic lives, make informed investment decisions, and secure their futures. https://500px.com/p/branded-packaging-solution

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Sara

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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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