Category Archives: Money Psychology

Ep. 135: Visualization

In this episode of the Pete the Planner® Show, I talk visualization. If you are wandering aimlessly through your financial life, this is the key you are missing. Visualizing the financial life you want is a great tool to get…

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Ep. 119: Monica is your financial role model

M$D: 8/5/2028 Meet Monica Age: 26 Monica’s main concerns, in her words: My income isn’t crazy high (active duty military), but I’m able to save  and invest 50-60% of my take-home pay depending on the month, while feeling that I live a pretty high quality…

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Ep. 118: Patience

Topic: Patience Housing Patience Until you have a downpayment Until you prove you can save money Until you have an emergency fund Until you can afford the 15 yr mortgage Until you can afford a house which you’ll be able…

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Ep. 112: Obsession

Topic: Obsession  What we cover: Grant Cardone joins us to talk about his new book Be Obsessed or Be Average Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe on Stitcher Want to be a guest on the The Million Dollar Plan podcast? Apply Here

Ep. 110: Self-Sabotage

Topic: Self-Sabotage  What we cover: Spencer Jakab author of Heads I win, Tails I Win The act of not saving before spending is self-sabotage Knowing that you have to fund your retirement and not doing it, is self-sabotage Voluntarily Buying something…

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Ep. 108: Raises

Topic: Raises What we cover: How our income shifts overtime Why people don’t save their raises They feel underpaid They want stuff They want to reward themselves Raises versus bonuses Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe on Stitcher Want to be a…

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Ep. 107: Sophia

M$D: 10/13/2032 Meet Sophia Age: 27 Sophia’s main concerns, in her words: Hi there! My husband and I are 27 and we make good money, but we’re unsure what goal to focus on next. We want to save for financial independence, buy a house at…

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Ep. 104: Better

Topic: Better What we cover: Better stuff has been the result of a better life. Go through budget Giving your kids better may have created less independent children Are expectations for others are different than expectations for ourselves? Yelp reviews Athletes…

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