September 13, 2016

[Ep. 56] Life, Success & Moolala with Bruce Sellery

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Bruce Sellery is seriously a delight! I was so nervous about contacting him because I’m definitely a fan and just love what he’s doing in the personal finance space. But Bruce being the genuine guy that he is, got back to me right away and was such an amazing guest to have on the show.

In this episode, we chat about his career, and how it started in the corporate world, led him to become a founding member of BNN, and then eventually a published author, TV host, public speaker, and personal finance expert.

If you haven’t read Bruce’s books yet, I highly recommend them. As I mentioned in this episode, I just love the tone of his writing. I don’t know how he does it, but it definitely reads like your best friend is talking to you and just makes money fun to tackle with his guidance.

What I didn’t include in this episode is a long conversation we had about dessert. He mentioned apple fritters as his go-to sweet, and for me, I’m all about the cupcakes. And I couldn’t believe he’d never been to Bakerbots Baking in Toronto before, then again I’ve never seen an apple fritter there.

Bruce’s Books You Need to Check Out

  • Moolala: Why smart people do dumb things with their money (and what you can do about it)
  • The Moolala Guide to Rockin’ Your RRSP

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