In the second Goldstein on Gelt podcast, Connie Allen, author of The Casino Through a Dealer’s Eyes, talks about the various mistakes that gamblers make, and gives good advice on how to play safely at a casino.
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On this week’s first podcast, Doug meets Jenny Dawson, a former hedge fund manager who is the founder of Rubies in the Rubble, a company that manufactures delicious chutneys from vegetables rejected for sale for surplus or aesthetic reasons.
Find out how Jenny and her company are fighting a war on waste on your favorite personal finance show.
In our second podcast this week, Danny Kofke, bestselling author of How to Survive (and Perhaps Thrive) on a Teacher’s Salary, explains how you can manage if you control your finances properly – even if your income is not very high.
Kofke also discusses when and how you can start teaching your children how to manage money. Find out more on this week’s Goldstein on Gelt Show.
In the second podcast for this week, Roberta Taylor, psychotherapist, coach, and author of The Couple’s Retirement Puzzle: 10 Must-Have Conversations for Creating an Amazing New Life Together, talks about communication and why it’s so important for couples to be on the same page when planning their retirement.
In this week’s first podcast, Doug meets Phil Parker, bestselling author and designer of The Lightning Process. Listen to useful tips on reacting to stress and find out why the way to cope with difficult situations is inside you.
In this week’s second Goldstein on Gelt podcast, meet Dr. Edward F. Anhalt, dean of education at the International University for Graduate Studies and president of Banking on Kids.
Why do so many Americans have no idea how to save, and how easy is it to teach children good financial habits? Listen to the answers on your favorite personal finance show.
On the first podcast for this week, Doug meets Merle Temple, former FBI agent and author of A Ghostly Shade of Pale, a novel based on his experiences.
Find out whether America has won its War on Drugs, how Merle Temple cheated death, and why he has chosen to use his memories to write a novel.