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It was a real exciting moment to have Alexis from "Do you fucking mind" podcast here to discuss a massive amount to do with self worth, building confidence and taking risks!At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 10 is from episode 110 - How to move past the feeling of not being "enough" and build self worth w/ Alexis FernandezWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
This is for anyone curious about freelancing!In this episode of The OneUp Project, I chat about my recent experience with employment and freelancing. As an advocate of personal freedom and autonomy at work, I want everyone to have the flexibility that gives them their dream lifestyle.Don't forget to leave a rating and review!Message me on insta@TheOneUpProjectWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode.DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
It was a real exciting moment to have Alexis from "Do you fucking mind" podcast here to discuss a massive amount to do with self worth, building confidence and taking risks!At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 10 is from episode 110 - How to move past the feeling of not being "enough" and build self worth w/ Alexis FernandezWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
When I embarked on a five-month trip to South East Asia, I had no idea how much it would impact my life. I especially didn't think it would help me develop a deep trust and confidence in myself. I want to share my personal stories on how this experience improved my relationship with myself, sending my self esteem sky high! Enjoy :)Don't forget to leave a rating and review!Message me on insta@TheOneUpProjectWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode.DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
This is a portion of my review and summary of "Never Split the Difference" a book about negotiation written by former FBI negotiator Chris Voss. This book isn't about getting what you want, it's about helping others get what they want....while also simultaneously getting what you want...At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 9 is from episode 143 - How we can have better conversations and connections with peopleWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
Let's talk about the skills that will be in high demand in 2023! 🔍 Are you ready to prepare for the future? With chats about a looming recession, now might be the ideal time to think about our careers. But it's not just about survival - I am also passionate about helping you find a career you love!Articles mentioned:The creative store surveySkills in demand for 2023Soft skills in demandDon't forget to leave a rating and review!Message me on insta@TheOneUpProjectWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode.DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
This is from one of my favourite OneUp episodes of all time. After speaking with Sarah I instantly felt inspired, I actually felt like she was talking directly to my soul. So much of her life philosophy resonates with me and today I want it to resonate with you.At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 8 is from episode 122 - The importance of developing your curiosityWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
As all this recession chat continues to loom, I thought it would be good to talk about what we can do before, during and after to feel and be as prepared as possible with our money. There are 2 things we may experience 1. Decrease in income and/or 2. Increase in expenses - this episode is about how to not only manage both of those things but find the opportunity in them as well.You might also like this episode on how to stick to a budget conistently. Don't forget to leave a rating and review!Message me on insta@TheOneUpProjectWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode.DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 7 is from episode 144 - Negotiating pay at different stages in your careerIn this episode I speak to Rosey Nathan, a recruitment partner and career mentor. Her experience and expertise goes beyond what I could write in this paragraph and to have her perspective on how we initiate these sometimes awkward conversations is invaluable. Want to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
It's got to be one of the hardest challenges we face in personal development, to put ourselves in uncomfortable situations for the sake of our own learning. It's important and potentially life-changing but can also feel near impossible. Here are my 4 tips to make it WAY easier.... Don't forget to leave a rating and review!Message me on insta@TheOneUpProjectWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode.DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 6 is from episode 150 - How to grow through challenges and opportunitiesIn this episode I speak to Latayvia Tualasea Tautai, a woman I look up to for her empathy and diverse perspective on how to build a purposeful and meaningful life. In addition, she speaks on how we can do this for others. There is so much to be learnt from her experience and it was a huge honour for me to have her on the podcast.Want to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
Safe to say, I made many mistakes when I travelled through Bali and South East Asia and I had a very empty bank account as a result. So let me share a few stories with you so that we can both avoid this in our next adventure.Don't forget to leave a rating and review!Message me on insta@TheOneUpProjectWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode.DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 5 is from episode 149 - Wills & estate planning are easier than you thinkIn this episode I speak about how at 24 I can't imagine my death causing too much of an admin issue, so why bother with a will? Well actually it could be more important than I think.Want to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
A financial adviser on this podcast once taught me, "you're first and most important investment should and always will be in yourself". I couldn't agree more, to understand yourself deeper and develop an insatiable curiosity for life is something that can serve you in many ways. In this episode, I wanted to talk about 4 rules I follow to invest in myself and how we can all use them to help ourselves and our community. I would love to talk to you about it on Instagram? Also! If you are reading this and haven't left a rating/review - it would help me and this podcast immensley.As I say really awkwardly at the end of this episode, love you and chat soon.Message me on insta@TheOneUpProjectWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode.DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 4 is from episode 157 - When is the right time to find a new job?In this episode I speak about new Seek statistics that show now might actually be the best time to leave your job. But what are some steps to getting there? These aren't all of them but a taste of some of the things I did. Enjoy!Want to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
A well requested episode covering how exactly we stick to the budgets we create? Following on from our previous episode around which common budgeting method might work for you, it makes sense to establish how we now stick to this budget until we have reached our goals. Guess what? It's easier than you think!Episodes I mentioned:Atomic HabitsFinancial Advisers 101Message me on insta!@TheOneUpProjectWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 1 is from episode 150 - How to grow through challenges and opportunitiesIn this episode I speak to Latayvia Tualasea Tautai, a woman I look up to for her empathy and diverse perspective on how to build a purposeful and meaningful life. In addition, she speaks on how we can do this for others. There is so much to be learnt from her experience and it was a huge honour for me to have her on the podcast.Want to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
In this episode we talk about "The Magic of Thinking Big" a popular self-help book published in 1959 and written by American motivational writer and coach Dr. David J. Schwartz. In so many ways this book has outdated thinking but in so many ways it is completley profound, and interesting read that I loved discussing with you. See some other book overviews below:Atomic HabitsNever split the differenceWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
At OneUp we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 1 is from episode 151 - Communicating with your partner about moneyIn this episode I speak to Maaru Senthil, a financial adviser and incredible woman with a truly inspiring story about how she changed her money mindset to develop a peaceful and successful relationship with her partner surrounding their finances.Want to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
In this episode we cover the below 4 budgeting methods, what they are, how to implement them and the pros/cons of each. So you can decide what may suit your personal finances best!50/30/20 RuleZero based budgetingReverse budgetingBarefoot Investor buckets methodWant to get in touch directly?sarah@theoneupproject.nzWant to achieve your financial goals?My financial plannerThanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and I will see you in the next episode!DISCLAIMER:The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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