039 – Paul Mecurio – Permission To Speak

On today’s episode, Tim talks with Paul Mecurio.  Paul began his career as a mergers and acquisitions lawyer on Wall Street before becoming a stand-up comedian.  Paul has written jokes for Jay Leno, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.  Paul has won an Emmy and a Peabody award, and has a renowned podcast featuring guests like Sir Paul McCartney, Bob Costas, Bryan Cranston & more!

We focus on Paul’s off-Broadway, one-man show “Paul Mecurio’s Permission To Speak”.  The show is currently running at The Actors’ Temple Theatre on West 47th Street in NYC (see below for ticket information!).  The show has Paul interacting with guests on a nightly basis, allowing the guests to tell their life stories, laugh and really connect with one another.  Paul shares some truly unique stories he’s heard during the show, and how no two shows are ever the same!


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038 – Dr. Daniel Crosby – The Behavioral Investor

In Ep. 038, Tim talks with Daniel Crosby.  Daniel is a PhD psychologist, a New York Times best-selling author, and a behavioral finance expert.  They discuss Daniel’s upcoming book ‘The Behavioral Investor’, due out next Tuesday Oct. 16th!  They talk about external factors and psychological tendencies that every human have that can negatively affect their investment decision making.  Be sure to pick up a copy of the book next Tuesday!


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037 – Ashby Daniels – Planning Your Retirement

In Ep. 037, Tim talks with Ashby Daniels.  A CFP and retirement planner in Pittsburgh, Ashby focuses on folks ready for retirement.  They discuss things to consider when approaching retirement, things to avoid when approaching retirement, and a handful of Ashby’s blog posts as well.  Planning for retirement is one of the biggest goals in a person’s life.  Find out how to make it more manageable in this episode!


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036 – Dan Gallagher – The Secrets of Successful Financial Planning

In Ep. 036, Tim talks with Dan Gallagher.  Dan recently finished a 30-year career in financial planning, having attained top industry credentials (bio & more at AuthorDan.com), beginning his retirement with his forthcoming book The Secrets of Successful Financial Planning (SSFP).  Dan discusses the 6 key components to a financial plan, and sheds light on some actual secrets and poorly-knowns of the financial planning world that consumers and professionals both need to understand. A fifth of the book is comprised of thirty emotion-packed stories of client tragedy and triumph (money decisions affect personal relationships).   SSFP reaches bookshelves September 25, 2018. Be sure to pick up a copy, and enjoy the episode!


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