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Join Sim, a young millionaire investor, as her friends and her break down the intimidating and not-so-well-taught world of investing and growing wealth, minus the jargon.


Monday = we share our thoughts on your deepest, darkest money secrets or hot takes with Money Confessions.

Tuesday = we deep dive into investing topics, minus the jargon.

Thursday, we spill the tea on how to create a seven-figure side hustle with Girls That Startup - because no one saves their way to wealth.



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Moby LinkWelcome back to Girls That Startup, a weekly series where we spill the tea on how to create a seven-figure side hustle - because no one saves their way to wealth. You’re joined by Sim, a seven-figure business owner, and Maia, an entrepreneur in the making.This week, Sim and Maia discuss the exciting milestone of Girls That Invest hitting $3 million in revenue, sharing their insights on scaling a business effectively. They highlight the importance of passion, clear goals, and impact metrics in business growth. Sim emphasises simplifying your approach and focusing on what you're naturally good at to successfully scale your venture.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Moby LinkThis week, Sim and Maia discuss DJT stocks, which are shares of Trump Media and Technology Group Corporation. They explore the origins of the company, its surge in value, and the potential risks and rewards of investing in it. They also touch on the influence of Donald Trump's reputation on the public's perception of the stocks.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Moby LinkWelcome back to Girls That Startup, a weekly series where we spill the tea on how to create a seven-figure side hustle - because no one saves their way to wealth. You’re joined by Sim, a seven-figure business owner, and Maia, an entrepreneur in the making.This week, Sim and Maia discuss the concept of having an entrepreneurial mindset. They explore what it means to be business-minded, innovative, and problem-solving. Sim shares her personal journey of developing an entrepreneurial mindset and emphasizes the importance of learning from successful businesses and entrepreneurs. They also discuss the shift from problem-focused thinking to opportunity-focused thinking and how it can lead to business growth and success.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Moby LinkThis week, Sim and Maia discuss the importance of maximising your employer retirement fund, explaining how leveraging employer matches can provide significant financial benefits. They highlight the advantages of tax-deferred growth in retirement accounts and stress the need for diversification to secure financial peace of mind. Tune in to hear their tips on planning for a secure and adventurous retirement, complete with personal anecdotes and practical advice.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Moby LinkWelcome back to Girls That Startup, a weekly series where we spill the tea on how to create a seven-figure side hustle - because no one saves their way to wealth. You’re joined by Sim, a seven-figure business owner, and Maia, an entrepreneur in the making.This week, Sim and Maia discuss the benefits of starting a newsletter and how to create one. They highlight the importance of regular communication with your audience, building stronger relationships, repurposing content, and increasing customer loyalty. They also emphasise the value of owning your audience through an email list and the potential for higher conversion rates. Maia expresses her excitement to start a newsletter and plans to use Canva for creating templates. They encourage sharing the newsletter on social media platforms like Instagram and LinkedIn. Overall, the conversation provides valuable insights and practical tips for starting a successful newsletter.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Moby LinkThis week, Sim and Maia discuss the current booming market trends, explaining the signs of a potential market correction and how to spot them. They highlight the importance of understanding 52-week highs, the New York Stock Exchange advance, and recognising lower lows to gauge market health. Emphasising a long-term investment strategy, they recommend dollar-cost averaging to navigate market fluctuations without stress.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome back to Girls That Startup, a weekly series where we spill the tea on how to create a seven-figure side hustle - because no one saves their way to wealth. You’re joined by Sim, a seven-figure business owner, and Maia, an entrepreneur in the making.This week, Sim and Maia review key lessons from Naval Ravikant's book on wealth creation, emphasising the importance of following your curiosity, using leverage, and maintaining honesty in business. They discuss how setting a high personal hourly rate can help prioritise tasks and focus on valuable opportunities. Tune in to hear their insightful takeaways and decide if this book is worth a read for aspiring entrepreneurs!For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 This week, Sim and Maia discuss Serena Williams' investing strategies which include investing in her beliefs and values, empowering underrepresented groups, investing in companies with strong communities and missions, and learning from past mistakes. She focuses on consumer-facing companies that serve communities she wants to help, particularly women and people of colour. Serena Ventures offers resources, mentorship, and networking opportunities to portfolio companies. She also emphasises the importance of giving every investment opportunity the time and chance it deserves. Serena acknowledges that she has missed out on some investments due to a lack of time and infrastructure. Overall, her strategies highlight the importance of investing with purpose and supporting underrepresented founders and communities.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome back to Girls That Startup, a weekly series where we spill the tea on how to create a seven-figure side hustle - because no one saves their way to wealth. You’re joined by Sim, a seven-figure business owner, and Maia, an entrepreneur in the making.This week, Sim and Maia discuss how to overcome obstacles in business and entrepreneurship. They share their experiences and strategies for building resilience. They emphasise the importance of having a strong why and passion for your business, as well as finding a support network of like-minded individuals. They also discuss the power of gratitude, breathwork, and spending time in nature as coping mechanisms. Overall, they highlight the need to stay focused on the bigger picture and not let obstacles deter you from your goals.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, Sim and Maia dive deep into the pros and cons of investing in shares versus buying property. They discuss the flexibility and potential income from shares, and the stability and capital gains associated with real estate, using personal stories to illustrate their points. The hosts engage in a lively debate, providing insights that help listeners make informed decisions about the best investment paths for their financial goals.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
GTI Sharesight LinkWelcome back to Girls That Startup, a weekly series where we spill the tea on how to create a seven-figure side hustle - because no one saves their way to wealth. You’re joined by Sim, a seven-figure business owner, and Maia, an entrepreneur in the making.This week, Sim and Maia explore the challenges of achieving work-life balance while growing a business, sharing personal stories of setting boundaries and prioritising their health. They emphasise the importance of focusing on high-impact activities and the need to cut out non-essential tasks that consume time without significant returns. By candidly discussing their experiences, they offer practical advice for entrepreneurs to build sustainable businesses without compromising well-being.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
GTI Sharesight LinkThis week, Sim and Maia discuss the pros and cons of moving countries for financial gain. They explore the benefits like higher salaries and career growth opportunities, but also highlight challenges such as cost of living and potential impact on mental health and personal relationships. They offer alternatives like investing in local skills development and remote work, emphasising the importance of careful consideration before making such a life-changing decision.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
GTI Sharesight LinkWelcome back to Girls That Startup, a weekly series where we spill the tea on how to create a seven-figure side hustle - because no one saves their way to wealth. You’re joined by Sim, a seven-figure business owner, and Maia, an entrepreneur in the making.This week, Sim and Maia reflect and discuss Sim’s early business journey with Girls That Invest, highlighting key lessons learned along the way. They discussed common mistakes like focusing too much on non-essential tasks and feeling shy about self-promotion. Ultimately, they emphasised the importance of prioritising impactful tasks, embracing confidence, and not letting fear hold you back when starting your own business.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
GTI Sharesight LinkThis week, Sim & Maia dive into the complexities of managing finances with ADHD, offering practical tips like setting up autopay and curbing impulse spending. They share personal anecdotes and strategies to make financial planning simpler and stress-free, highlighting tools like budget spreadsheets and reminders for bill payments. Tune in as they explore how ADHD affects financial decisions and provide insightful advice to improve money management, regardless of neurotypical status.Click HERE to try out the ADHD Bills spreadsheet. For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
GTI Sharesight LinkThis week, Sim & Maia dive into the art of self-promotion without losing authenticity, discussing the cultural nuances and personal discomfort that can accompany pitching oneself in the business world. They explore strategies to reframe self-promotion as a value-driven endeavour, focusing on sharing accomplishments to inspire and assist others, rather than merely seeking applause. Highlighting the importance of aligning self-promotion with personal and cultural values, they provide practical tips for entrepreneurs to pitch effectively and authentically.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
GTI Sharesight LinkThis week, Sim and Maia delve into the world of financial regulators, exploring the roles of the Federal Reserve, FINRA, and the SEC in a way that’s both engaging and easy to understand. Using creative analogies like school playgrounds and peacekeeping, they break down complex concepts to help listeners grasp how these agencies influence personal finance and investing. Join them to get a fresh perspective on these financial institutions and discover how they can impact your financial journey.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Girls That Invest Sharesight LinkThis week, Sim and Maia delve into the art of being a resourceful business owner, sharing how frugality and learning new skills can pave the way to successful side hustles. They discuss overcoming challenges with limited resources, emphasizing that "everything is figureoutable," and explore practical DIY solutions for business growth. Tune in for their engaging conversation, packed with valuable insights for anyone aiming to boost their entrepreneurial skills.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sharesight GTI Code hereThis week, Sim and Maia dive into essential investing terms like asset allocation, diversification, and market orders, making complex concepts accessible and engaging for young investors. They celebrate Simran's recognition at the New Zealander of the Year Awards, highlighting the impactful work behind their podcast. The duo simplifies jargon-heavy investment terms, ensuring listeners can confidently navigate the stock market and enhance their investing literacy.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, Sim and Maia tackle the nitty-gritty of solopreneurship, from the lure of shiny object syndrome to the challenge of maintaining passion for your project without it feeling like just another task. They peel back the Instagram filter on entrepreneurship, sharing honest insights on staying accountable and finding the right work-life balance. Tune in for a dose of reality, laughter, and actionable advice to help you navigate the ups and downs of running your own business.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, Sim and Maia dive deep into the highs and lows of solopreneurship, revealing personal growth hacks and the real deal behind building a thriving online community from scratch. Maia spills the tea on her journey with "Wellbeing with Maia," sharing how she's turning her passion for women's health and empowerment into a flourishing business, all while keeping it real about the challenges of content creation and facing the camera cringe. Tune in for a heart-to-heart on balancing business with self-care, and snag some insider tips on growing your side hustle into a 7-figure success story, proving that when it comes to wealth and well-being, slow and steady wins the race.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team! 💖Moomoo now presents a competitive 6.8% annualised cash interest promotion for Australian clients uninvested funds, subject to limits, terms and conditions.Don't miss out – Join moomoo now to seize!: https://j.moomoo.com/00JiqWMoomoo (NASDAQ: FUTU) utilizes advanced Silicon Valley fintech to transform stock trading and investing in Australia. By integrating artificial intelligence and institutional trading tools, moomoo offers competitive fees and an array of free features, enhancing the trading experience. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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