The Dough Roller Money Podcast

Today on Dough Roller, we are talking with Bola Sokunbi! Bola is a best-selling author and the founder and CEO of Clever Girl Finance. 

In this episode, we talk about Bola’s inspiring backstory and where she got her inspiration to start her own businesses. We’ll also talk about the wage disparity and financial hurdles women and people of colour face when trying to build their wealth. This interview will leave you feeling inspired and ready to take action, so keep on listening!



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Timestamps:

 

00:00 - Introducing Bola Sokunbi

00:52 - Bola’s Inspiration and Backstory

06:28 - Why Bola Started Heavily Saving in College

09:49 - Bola’s First Side Hustle

15:26 - The Beginning of Clever Girl Finance

20:33 - Bola’s Decision to Make Her Courses Free

25:20 - The Financial Challenges Women Face

36:10 - Building Wealth as a Woman in Other Countries

39:40 - What’s Next for Bola

42:06 - How to Keep Up With Bola

 

 

Mentioned in the Episode:

 

Clever Girl Finance Website -

https://www.clevergirlfinance.com/

Clever Girl Finance Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/clevergirlfinance/?hl=en

Clever Girl Finance YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXpAvdmdMHiwVtG9R05qFig

Direct download: 9_Bola_Sokunbi_v1.mp3
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Today on Dough Roller, we are talking with Peter Mallouk! Peter is the President and CEO of Creative Planning. Creative Planning is a Registered Investment Advisory firm that manages over $100 billion dollars in assets and serves clients in all 50 states. Both Creative Planning and Peter have been recognized as industry leaders by organizations such as Barron’s, Financial Times and CNBC. RIA Channel, published by Forbes, recently ranked Creative planning as the #1 Wealth Manager for 2020.*

Along with Creative Planning, Peter also provides financial education to those who have been underserved by the financial service industry. He and his wife have received awards such as the Giving the Basics Human Dignity award and Variety Presidential Citation award. He has also founded a non-profit dedicated to providing under-resourced communities with actionable financial education.

Today we talk with Peter about his thoughts on our current inflation in the market, and his thoughts on cryptocurrency stocks. We’ll also hear all about what Creative Planning does. If you want to hear some hard truths about financial planning, keep listening!

 

* See Creative Planning’s website at https://creativeplanning.com/important-disclosure-information/ for important award disclosure information.

Direct download: e-06_Peter_Mallouk_Finalised_Master.mp3
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Today on Dough Roller, we are talking with Steve and Courtney Adcock! Steve and Courtney both retired from their full time jobs in their mid-30s, with nearly $1 million in the bank. Today, they live an “off the grid” lifestyle, and for the first few years of retirement traveled the country in an airstream! They run a popular finance blog detailing their savings methods and other finance advice, and have been featured in publications like MarketWatch, Forbes, Business Insider, CNBC, and Vice.

 

Today Steve and Courtney tell us their stories of achieving retirement so young, and what their asset allocation looks like because of that. We’ll also hear how they manage healthcare, scarcity mindset, and how 2020 affected their financial plans.  

 

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Timestamps:

00:28- All About Steve and Courtney

03:46- What Inspired Steve and Courtney to Start Saving for Retirement

10:03- How Long it Took Steve and Courtney to Save

15:15- Steve and Courtney’s Asset Allocation

20:35- The LEANFire Discussion for Steve and Courtney

26:07- How Steve and Courtney Manage Healthcare

28:05- How a Childhood Bankruptcy Affected Courtney

30:46- 2020 and What’s Next For Steve and Courtney

38:57- Where to Keep Up with Steve and Courtney

 

Mentioned in the Episode:

Steve’s Blog- https://steveadcock.us/

Steve’s Twitter- https://twitter.com/SteveOnSpeed?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

Direct download: e-05__Steve__Courntey_Adcock_Finalised_Master.mp3
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Today on Dough Roller, we are talking with Doug Nordman. Doug is a best-selling author of two books, The Military Guide to Financial Independence and Raising Your Money-Savvy Family For Next Generation Financial Independence. He retired from the military at age 41, and spends his time now helping other military families and veterans become financially independent. 

In this episode, we talk about how Doug was able to retire at age 41 and how he earns his passive income now. We’ll also hear Doug’s advice on asset allocation and how to deal with the behavioral side of finance. If you want to hear some great advice for retirement planning, keep listening!

 

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Check out the Dough Roller website and blog: https://www.doughroller.net/

 

Timestamps:

 

 00:20- Doug’s History as a Navy Nuclear Engineer

 02:29- How Doug Earned Money After Retiring from the Navy

 10:17- How Doug Uses the 4% Rule

 12:57- Doug’s Advice on Asset Allocation

 17:09- Doug’s Plan of Retiring at 41

 27:13- About Doug’s Book The Military Guide to Financial Independence 

 32:14- How Doug Started Surfing

 34:59- The Importance of Behavioral Finance 

 42:08- The Tools Doug Uses to Maintain his Budget

 46:01- How to Keep Up with Doug

 

Mentioned in the Episode:

 

Doug’s First Book: The Military Guide to Financial Independence and Retirement

Doug’s Most Recent Book: Raising Your Money-Savvy Family For Next Generation Financial Independence 

Doug’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doug.nordman.5

Doug’s Website: https://the-military-guide.com/

Doug’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/themilitaryguid

Direct download: e-04_Doug_Nordman__Finalised_Master__1.mp3
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