The podcast is back baby!
It didn’t really go away or anything but it had been a while since I did an interview.
Yesterday evening I interviewed Matthew instead of having dinner.
He knew the podcast and was totally open to the idea to let it be more like a conversation instead of an interview.
Probably real interviewers already do this and think to themselves. Oh man, thats a rookie mistake. Real interviewers don’t interview.
Haha I have no clue what they think.
Matthew is @thefinancialstrengthcoach on Instagram and we talked quite a bit on sports instead of finances.
Actually loved it a lot.
At some point just the financial questions started to kinda bore me over the episodes and in this episode they don’t. Mainly the question itself. Not what I want to extract with that question.
I just don’t like repetition.
Somehow getting more context from the other person makes those questions interesting again.
Not that the previous guests weren’t good it’s just me feeling like I was going through the motions.
I feel like I build a connection with each and every one of them.
Tonight I have another interview. With Ameola. She crushed the debt that I currently have so this is going to be super interesting.
Her instagram is full of inspirational quotes and my gutfeeling tells me that she will live up to the expectation.
Work work work work work. You see me I be work, work, work, work, work, work ?
Have an amazing Friday people!
Expected expenses today:
€ 7,46 (groceries)
Expected income today:
Current balance personal account:
Current balance business account:
€ 41,34 – € 7,46 = € 33,88
– IRS: € 46.534,16
– Business: € 21.999,26
– Personal: € 8.163,66
Balance day 115:
– € 76.660,4
Currently reading this financial book:
Page 222 of 573