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Author: Seun Adeyemi - Certified Financial Planner®

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The True Wealth Podcast, formerly known as "Dollar Savvy Podcast" was created to support Christian Entrepreneurs in the integration of faith, finances and business. We discuss the well-being of a Christian business owner and the different facets of growing and running a successful business, all from a Christian perspective.


Our culture is unquestionably characterized by greed, consumption, selfishness and materialism in the marketplace. Our goal, therefore, is to engage our listeners and challenge them to think and act biblically in the running of their business, and doing so with excellence.

 

The host of this podcast is Seun Adeyemi, a Certified Financial Planner® with a unique focus: helping Christians business owners with a high net worth increase their strategic stewardship—so they're both spiritually and financially successful.


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On the Show today we have Ian Cubitt. Ian has been a Chartered Professional Accountant for 15 years, but he doesn’t do any tax returns or financial statements. Ian’s work is focused 100% on coaching business owners through the financial tension and relationship tension as authority changes and ownership changes in business. Many owners enjoy running successful businesses, but struggle when it comes to transitioning the business – especially the complex emotions, relationships and money. Ian has been operating his own business for the past 5 years and has exclusively used the value-pricing approach with his customers.  During this podcast you will learn:4 Principles of Value Pricingthe 5 words that will help you communicate the value you already provide.the 2 key questions that help customers express their desires.the #1 step you can take to stand out from the competition.the difference between perceived value and actual value. And it gets better because during this interview:You will open the path to making more money than you’ve ever made.You will open the path to customers seeing the value you actually provide.You will open the path to more satisfaction in your work than you’ve ever imagined.Featured on the Show:Ian CubittFollow UsTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On the Show today we have Ian Cubitt. Ian has been a Chartered Professional Accountant for 15 years, but he doesn’t do any tax returns or financial statements. Ian’s work is focused 100% on coaching business owners through the financial tension and relationship tension as authority changes and ownership changes in business. Many owners enjoy running successful businesses, but struggle when it comes to transitioning the business – especially the complex emotions, relationships and money. Ian has been operating his own business for the past 5 years and has exclusively used the value-pricing approach with his customers.  During this podcast you will learn:4 Principles of Value Pricingthe 5 words that will help you communicate the value you already provide.the 2 key questions that help customers express their desires.the #1 step you can take to stand out from the competition.the difference between perceived value and actual value. And it gets better because during this interview:You will open the path to making more money than you’ve ever made.You will open the path to customers seeing the value you actually provide.You will open the path to more satisfaction in your work than you’ve ever imagined.Featured on the Show:Ian CubittFollow UsTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
About BobbyBobby Albert led the Albert Companies to unprecedented growth—and he did so during one of the most challenging economic periods of our lifetime. His unique leadership, coupled with an unending desire to learn, enabled this CEO and his team to grow revenues and profits by 500 percent between 2005 and 2011, the year he sold his business to a publicly traded company.Using a values-driven approach, Bobby created a unique and special workplace culture. The Best 100 Companies to Work for in Texas awarded their coveted designation to the Albert team for the first two years they applied for consideration. A life-long entrepreneur, Bobby has started up twelve different businesses and acquired nine others. His approach to business has been to value people, seek wisdom, embrace humility, and never stop learning.He is currently president of Values-Driven Leadership, LLC. His passion is to help other leaders build inspiring workplace cultures through values-driven leadership. Bobby writes, speaks, coaches, and consults with key leaders to share the principles and practices he used to grow his company from five employees to an organization of more than 150 team members.As a regular contributor on Fox News Radio, Bobby shared his insight on leadership, workplace culture, and employee engagement.Bobby’s first book, Principled Profits - Outward Success Is an Inside Job, reveals the time-tested principles that enabled his success.Other Books by BobbyTrue North Business, is a leader’s guide to extraordinary growth and impact.The Freedom Paradox, cuts through the haze of hatred and polarizing politics of our time and offers a timely solution to reunite our fragmented nation.ResourcesThe ON&IN Leadership AssessmentFollow Us@TrueWealthPodTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
About BobbyBobby Albert led the Albert Companies to unprecedented growth—and he did so during one of the most challenging economic periods of our lifetime. His unique leadership, coupled with an unending desire to learn, enabled this CEO and his team to grow revenues and profits by 500 percent between 2005 and 2011, the year he sold his business to a publicly traded company.Using a values-driven approach, Bobby created a unique and special workplace culture. The Best 100 Companies to Work for in Texas awarded their coveted designation to the Albert team for the first two years they applied for consideration. A life-long entrepreneur, Bobby has started up twelve different businesses and acquired nine others. His approach to business has been to value people, seek wisdom, embrace humility, and never stop learning.He is currently president of Values-Driven Leadership, LLC. His passion is to help other leaders build inspiring workplace cultures through values-driven leadership. Bobby writes, speaks, coaches, and consults with key leaders to share the principles and practices he used to grow his company from five employees to an organization of more than 150 team members.As a regular contributor on Fox News Radio, Bobby shared his insight on leadership, workplace culture, and employee engagement.Bobby’s first book, Principled Profits - Outward Success Is an Inside Job, reveals the time-tested principles that enabled his success.Other Books by BobbyTrue North Business, is a leader’s guide to extraordinary growth and impact.The Freedom Paradox, cuts through the haze of hatred and polarizing politics of our time and offers a timely solution to reunite our fragmented nation.ResourcesThe ON&IN Leadership AssessmentFollow Us@TrueWealthPodTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
About BobbyBobby Albert led the Albert Companies to unprecedented growth—and he did so during one of the most challenging economic periods of our lifetime. His unique leadership, coupled with an unending desire to learn, enabled this CEO and his team to grow revenues and profits by 500 percent between 2005 and 2011, the year he sold his business to a publicly traded company.Using a values-driven approach, Bobby created a unique and special workplace culture. The Best 100 Companies to Work for in Texas awarded their coveted designation to the Albert team for the first two years they applied for consideration. A life-long entrepreneur, Bobby has started up twelve different businesses and acquired nine others. His approach to business has been to value people, seek wisdom, embrace humility, and never stop learning.He is currently president of Values-Driven Leadership, LLC. His passion is to help other leaders build inspiring workplace cultures through values-driven leadership. Bobby writes, speaks, coaches, and consults with key leaders to share the principles and practices he used to grow his company from five employees to an organization of more than 150 team members.As a regular contributor on Fox News Radio, Bobby shared his insight on leadership, workplace culture, and employee engagement. Bobby’s first book, Principled Profits - Outward Success Is an Inside Job, reveals the time-tested principles that enabled his success.Other Books by BobbyTrue North Business, is a leader’s guide to extraordinary growth and impact.The Freedom Paradox, cuts through the haze of hatred and polarizing politics of our time and offers a timely solution to reunite our fragmented nation.ResourcesThe ON&IN Leadership AssessmentFollow Us@TrueWealthPodTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Featured on today’s episode: Lorne Jackson, former broker dealer and financial planner, founder of the Canadian National Christian Foundation (CNCF)We are all familiar with foundations as a means to donate money, but on today’s episode you will learn about a less well-known method of donating: Donor Advised Funds and how they can work for you. What You'll Learn from This Episode: An introduction to Donor Advised FundsAn introduction to the Canadian National Christian Foundation (CNCF) : who they are ,what they do, and how they can be incorporated into your financial planThe difference between a public and a private foundationHow donor advised funds can be a beneficial tool when planning your estate Featured on the Show:Lorne Jackson – info@cncf.caCNCFFollow UsTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Featured on today’s episode: Lorne Jackson, former broker dealer and financial planner, founder of the Canadian National Christian Foundation (CNCF)We are all familiar with foundations as a means to donate money, but on today’s episode you will learn about a less well-known method of donating: Donor Advised Funds and how they can work for you. What You'll Learn from This Episode: An introduction to Donor Advised FundsAn introduction to the Canadian National Christian Foundation (CNCF) : who they are ,what they do, and how they can be incorporated into your financial planThe difference between a public and a private foundationHow donor advised funds can be a beneficial tool when planning your estate Featured on the Show:Lorne Jackson – info@cncf.caCNCFFollow UsTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today’s guest: Brian HiltBorn and raised in Iowa, USA, Brian started his career as a financial advisor. He now works as a registered portfolio manager at Virtuous Investing of Huxton Black and Financial Planner with SeedTime and Harvest Wealth Counsel. Today we will be discussing the importance of Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI).Topics discussed:The differences between SRI’s, ESG’s and BRI’sHow to acquire BRI’sThe 3 E’s of BRI selection and how they can help you best make investment choicesThings to consider when becoming a shareholder And more! Resource Links:The Altum ReportEventide InvestmentsBiblically Responsible Investing: For God's Glory and Your JoyInvesting and Faith You can find more information about Brian at Virtuous InvestingFollow UsTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today’s guest: Brian HiltBorn and raised in Iowa, USA, Brian started his career as a financial advisor. He now works as a registered portfolio manager at Virtuous Investing of Huxton Black and Financial Planner with SeedTime and Harvest Wealth Counsel. Today we will be discussing the importance of Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI).Topics discussed:The differences between SRI’s, ESG’s and BRI’sHow to acquire BRI’s The 3 E’s of BRI selection and how they can help you best make investment choicesThings to consider when becoming a shareholder And more! Resource Links:The Altum ReportEventide InvestmentsBiblically Responsible Investing: For God's Glory and Your JoyInvesting and Faith You can find more information about Brian at Virtuous InvestingFollow UsTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Featured on today’s episode: Nicole Richards, former makeup artist, now life alignment coach and business strategistToday’s episode is all about aligning your business purpose with your purpose in Christ. Enjoy!On Today’s Episode:Nicole shares how she was able to successfully transition from one career to anotherA Christ centered approach to finding one’s purpose.How one’s purpose can change over timeFeatured on the Show:Nicole RichardsFollow UsTwitterInstagramFacebookSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Welcome back to the DSS! We hope that you had a chance to listen to Part I of our conversation with Pastor Gary Sinclair, where we talked about how to foster transparency and trust in marriage; we trust that you were blessed by it. If you missed it, you can find it at sacapital.ca/e24. Pastor Gary joins us again to continue the conversation, this time on the role that personal identity plays in marriage.What You'll Learn from This Episode:The importance of finding one’s identity in Christ How to deal with the “fear of exposure and feelings of shame” before your spouseWhy and how you should extend grace to your spouseStrategies to help deal with a prideful heart and manage emotions wellWhy and how you should enjoy quality time alone with your spouse  Featured on the Show:Gary Sinclair’s book Never Quit ClimbingFollow MeTwitter - https://twitter.com/IAMSeunAdeyemiLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/seunadeyemiSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today on the show, we have Pastor Gary Sinclair, who is also a Coach, Public Speaker and Writer. He has been married for 43 years and he joins us to discuss how we can foster transparency in our marriages.What You'll Learn from This Episode:How transparency in marriage is a sign of trust and respect for your spouse Why it is important to regularly spend time together as a couple How to treat the heart issue of selfishnessThe role of periodic marriage counselling in a healthy relationshipThe danger(s) of living separate financial lives as a couple The power of Psalm 42 and Romans 12: 1-2How idolatry and identity issues can lead to financial irresponsibilityFeatured on the Show:Gary Sinclair’s book Never Quit ClimbingFollow MeTwitter - https://twitter.com/IAMSeunAdeyemiLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/seunadeyemiSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tim Challies is a writer, public speaker and an Elder at Grace Fellowship Church in Toronto, Ontario. Having been married for over 20 years , he offers a unique and trusted perspective on family, money and marriage.Today continue our conversation with Tim where he shares advice about how we can properly apply biblical principles to various situations in marriage. It’ll be helpful to listen to the Part 1 of this interview before moving ahead with Part 2; it can be found at www.sacapital.ca/e22 or the previous episode wherever you are listening to this podcast.What You'll Learn from This Episode:The importance of oneness and headship in a marriage,How to deal with ‘unorthodox’ situations (i.e. when the wife is the primary breadwinner)Should Christians strive to have “good credit”?Advice for couples seeking to get marriedFeatured on the Show:Tim Challies | http://www.challies.com/http://sacapital.ca/podcastFollow MeTwitter - https://twitter.com/IAMSeunAdeyemiLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/seunadeyemiSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tim Challies is a writer, public speaker and an Elder at Grace Fellowship Church in Toronto, Ontario. Having been married for over 20 years , he offers a unique and trusted perspective on family, money and marriage and he’s diligent about helping Christian couples to accurately interpret the word of God and apply it to various marital issues. Over the next couple of episodes, Tim will share with us what the word of God says about Credit, Financial Priorities, Headship, and Unity. What You'll Learn from This Episode:What it means to be One with your spouse,The danger of legalism and the importance of making a distinction between the Word of God and one’s own interpretation or even cultural expectations,Tips for practicing oneness with your spouse Featured on the Show:Tim Challies | http://www.challies.com/www.sacapital.ca/podcastFollow MeTwitter - https://twitter.com/IAMSeunAdeyemiLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/seunadeyemiSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today’s episode, we explore a quick, fun and effective tool that helps us discover our money personality, or our “habitude” – which is a combination of habits and attitudes. Habitudes are automatic reactions, responses, and overall motives behind the every day money decisions that we make, and they affect our married relationship, positively or negatively.Syble Solomon is the founder of the personality game “Money Habitudes” and joins us to discuss the psychology behind everyone’s relationship with money.What You'll Learn from This Episode:The different Money Habitudes and how they relate with each other,How to “diagnose” your money habitude,The advantages and disadvantages of each habitude,The true source of conflict in a relationship (hint: it’s not the money!),How to align your habitude with your spouse’s for effective money management and shared goals.              Featured on the Show:Syble Solomon – 406.361.8012 | email: info@lifewise.usMoney Habitudes Online - https://online.moneyhabitudes.com/Money Habitudes Card Game - http://shop.moneyhabitudes.com/categories/Cards/Follow MeTwitter - https://twitter.com/IAMSeunAdeyemiLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/seunadeyemi/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today’s show, we continue our conversation with Dr. Corey Allan, a marriage Family Therapist, to discuss the issue of vulnerability in a marriage and how to navigate those "sensitive" topics that exist. Vulnerability allows closeness within a marriage and offers a unique opportunity for growth, because after all, marriage is intended for more than to just make us "happy".   What You'll Learn from This Episode:How past experiences, even from childhood, affects the present and how to move forward through the bad onesSharing your feelings and fears with your spouse, and how that brings unity and alignment of goals & purpose in your marriageOwning personal struggles and weaknesses, and knowing when and how to ask for help from your spouseLearning to deal with your spouse's mistakes and differences in opinion in an agreeable and honoring wayLearning to effectively communicate your need(s) to your spouseFeatured on the Show:Dr. Corey Allan: https://smrnation.com/ | Sexy Marriage Radio : https://smrnation.com/series/sexymarriageradio/Naked Marriage by Dr. Corey Allan : https://www.amazon.com/Naked-Marriage-Dr-Corey-Allan/dp/0997324120Our Sexual Healing : https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/our-sexual-healingFollow MeTwitter - https://twitter.com/IAMSeunAdeyemiLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/seunadeyemi/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today’s show, we are joined by Dr. Corey Allan, a marriage Family Therapist, to discuss the issue of vulnerability in a marriage and how to navigate those "sensitive" topics that exist. Vulnerability allows closeness within a marriage and offers a unique opportunity for growth, because after all, marriage is intended for more than to just make us "happy".   What You'll Learn from This Episode:What vulnerability is and its purpose in marriage What prevents couples from being vulnerable with each other  Other forms of communication in marriage - ie. "the silent treatment" and whether they enhance or break down the marriage relationship How gender and biological differences affect the way we interpret and assign "meanings" Featured on the Show:Dr. Corey Allan: https://smrnation.com/ | Sexy Marriage Radio : https://smrnation.com/series/sexymarriageradio/Naked Marriage by Dr. Corey Allan : https://www.amazon.com/Naked-Marriage-Dr-Corey-Allan/dp/0997324120Follow MeTwitter - https://twitter.com/IAMSeunAdeyemiLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/seunadeyemi/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-dollarsavvy-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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