Happy #BrownAmbition Wednesday!
On today’s show, Tiffany opens up about the pressures of scaling what was once a one-woman business into a juggernaut with full-time employees, benefits, and all the complications that come with it.
“It’s so much more than just the people who are involved. When I talk to [my employee] on the pone and I hear her baby crying I think oh my gosh it’s not just her. This has to work for all of us… There’s so many people are depending on this working. It’s a lot of pressure but it’s also a lot of fulfillment to be able to do this work.”
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On today’s show, we dedicate some time to questions from our listeners.
Another listener asks what’s worse — a voluntary car repossession or delinquent payments?
Lastly, we take a question from a listener feeling pressured to have a massive wedding.
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Happy Brown Ambition Wednesday!
On today’s show:
- Tiffany’s low-budget Greece vacation
- Mandi shares the workplace personality test that totally changed the way she communicates with others at work
- Is a 29.99% APR too high for a personal loan? Should you track your credit with all these data breaches going on? We’ve got the answers today when we open up our listener inbox to tackle your questions.
- Here are a few links to resources mentioned on today’s show!
- Free credit scores:
- Compare personal loans so you know you’re getting the best deal possible:
- DISC Assessment
- Learn more at discprofile.com
- Tony Robbins offers a stripped-down, free version of the DISC assessment. Just be aware that you’ll be asked for your email and they will add you to his email list.
On today’s show, we have a truly inspiring story to share. Leo and Faith were about to get married when they attended pre-marital counseling at their church. It was then that they were encouraged to sit down and get honest about their finances and their goals as they started a family together. In total, they realized they carried over $211,000 worth of debt — a combination of both student loans and credit card debt.
Rather than give up, they rallied and made a plan to aggressively tackle their debt in the summer of 2017. Faith, a nurse practitioner, took on a part-time job working overnight 5 or 6 days a week. Leo, an occupational therapist, also worked a part-time job in addition to his 9 to 5.
As of May 2018, they successfully paid down $100,000.