[Ep. 17] The Road to Financial Success with Preet Banerjee

preet-banerjee-money-expertCan I just start off with saying how amazing Preet sounds on my podcast? He puts my “radio voice” to shame! I should have known, he is a podcaster and TV personality after all.

I’ve got to say, this is probably one of my favourite podcast episodes (not to bash any of the episodes I’ve done up until this point, they are all amazing too!). Preet is such a cool, genuine guy and it was so nice to hear his story.

I mean, how many people do you know who went to school to be a brain surgeon, then pursued a career in race car driving and ended up becoming a well-known financial expert on TV? I guess never having a 5-year plan might be the way to go?

Before I get to the important links and book giveaway, I’ve got to hang my head in shame because I still haven’t crossed off 1) get a will and 2) get life and disability insurance off my list.

To be fair, I almost did. I made an appointment with a lawyer to get a will done, but had to cancel and just haven’t rescheduled it. But I will get both of these things done before Christmas, mark my words Preet! And you better too…I’m talking to you blog readers and podcast listeners!

Important Links Preet Mentioned

Preet’s Ted Talk

CBC’s The Bottomline

Money Lessons with Preet

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  • Ellie
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    I love your podcast!

  • Eric
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    Excellent podcast Jessica, very entertaining. It”s nice to see another personal finance podcast with Canadian content.

    • Jessica Moorhouse
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      Thanks so much Eric! I really appreciate your feedback 🙂 Thanks for listening!

  • Connie
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    I find the subject of personal finance very interesting & have found many different people have at least one idea that I can apply to own finances. I like Preets Ted talk about hating debt. After becoming debt free 11 years ago there is nothing I’m willing to in debt for. I would rather walk or ride my bike ( I live in rain country) than take out a car loan. My car is 16 years old and my mechanic told me I have at least another 5 years left in it.
    Keep spreading the word about personal finance Preet and thanks Jessica for having him on your podcast & having the links to the Ted talks.

  • Jenny
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    Preet was so entertaining to listen to! I really enjoyed learning more about his varied background.

    • Jessica Moorhouse
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      Thanks Jenny! I learned a lot about Preet to during out interview. Pretty interesting guy!

  • Pauline
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    So… I didn’t know that we need to set up a will at the tender age of 20-something??? I think this would be a good topic to cover in future podcasts/blog post.

    • Jessica Moorhouse
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      You got that right Pauline! As soon as I get a will (which will be soon!), I’m gonna find someone to talk to about wills more in-depth. I think that would be an interesting topic to cover either on my blog or podcast.

  • Life We Learn
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    This was a really fun podcast to listen to. Sounded like you both had a blast recording!

    • Jessica Moorhouse
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      It really was a blast. Preet is such a genuine interesting guy, it was so fun interviewing him.

  • Amanda
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    Love the podcast and this one was particularly awesome! I’m learning so much!

    • Jessica Moorhouse
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      Thanks Amanda! Preet is awesome, and I highly recommend his book (and not just because he was a guest on my show. I’ve read it and it was super helpful).

  • Prakash
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    Definitely adding Preet’s books to the reading list. Such an interesting story of how he got into personal finance. Great and casual interview!

  • Danielle
    Reply

    I actually haven’t read any personal finance books yet but I’m looking forward to it.

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