Diversifying

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Does it feel like the financial system is stacked against you? For many of us, it is. Especially if you’re Black or Brown, a woman, or single. In Diversifying, we explore why the traditional rules of money management no longer apply to new generations. Hosted by Delyanne Barros, better known as Delyanne The Money Coach, Diversifying demystifies and humanizes money by examining the culture we make it in and how to make it work for you.


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Bethenny Frankel on Why Business is Personal
1386
You might know Bethenny Frankel from “Real Housewives of New York City,” but have you heard the story behind her success as an author and entrepreneur? In this episode, Bethenny talks to Delyanne Barros about her new book, “Business Is Personal,” the mantras and money moves that have made her millions, and how her success can be a model for all entrepreneurial dreamers. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
May 23, 2022
The Cost of Money Trauma
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The way your family handled their finances probably shaped how you think about money as an adult. And if those early childhood experiences were negative, they likely led to money trauma. So, why aren’t people having more conversations about this in the personal finance space? In this episode, Licensed Therapist Deniss Pleiner talks with Delyanne Barros about the severe anxiety and stress associated with money and how you can overcome it. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
May 16, 2022
Making Crypto Less Cryptic
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Celebrities, Super Bowl ads, and social media are telling you you’re missing out if you aren’t buying crypto. But FOMO isn’t a good reason to make big financial choices! Delyanne Barros and fellow financial podcaster Paula Pant break down everything you actually need to know about crypto, from what it is and how it works to whether it has any value beyond the hype.   To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
May 09, 2022
How to Stop Working While You're Still Young
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FIRE is a big discussion topic in the personal finance world. It stands for “financial independence, retire early” and is a way of saving enough to stop working. But it can mean a lot of different things, and can be done a lot of different ways. This week, Delyanne Barros talks to two people about their FIRE journeys – and tells her own FIRE story! Guests: “Purple,” the anonymous author of the “A Purple Life” blog, and Rita-Soledad Fernandez Paulino, founder of “Wealth Para Todos.”  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
May 02, 2022
The Myth of the Forever Home
1211
Housing costs in America are at an all-time high and a lot of people are wondering if the American Dream of home ownership is right for them. This week, Delyanne Barros digs into the pressure to become a homeowner; the costs and benefits of buying; and how one couple has nearly eliminated their housing costs by “house hacking”. This week’s guests: Yesenia Capalbo and Ali and Josh Lupo of The FI Couple. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Apr 25, 2022
The Price is Not Right
1377
Americans have been living with soaring prices for months as inflation hits a 40-year high. This week, Delyanne Barros unpacks why prices are so high, what the government can do to help, and why people of color and the working class are being hit the hardest. She’s joined by CNN Business and Politics Correspondent Vanessa Yurkevich and Demond Drummer, Managing Director for Equitable Economy at Policy Link. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Apr 18, 2022
Negotiating Your Way to Success
1321
The pandemic has made a lot of us realize our work is worth more than we’re getting paid. But while our attitudes may have changed, the best way to level up hasn’t: negotiating. It’s not as scary as it sounds! This week, Delyanne talks to Mandi Woodruff-Santos about knowing your value and how to ask for more – from signing bonuses to leadership opportunities.  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Apr 11, 2022
Don’t Tip the IRS
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Understanding how your taxes work can help you get a bigger return, and, in the long run, it can help you build wealth! This week, Delyanne covers everything from tax brackets to tax breaks with Duke Alexander Moore, better known as Duke Loves Taxes. Plus, professor of tax law Dorothy Brown explains how some of the richest people in the country take tax exemptions to the next level, and how systemic racism shows up in who pays what. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Apr 04, 2022
We Want Prenups
1028
No one goes into marriage hoping for divorce, but it happens all the time. This week, Delyanne talks to Dasha Kennedy, founder of Broke Black Girl, who got divorced at age 25 and sank into debt that took years to pay off. She talks to Delyanne about what you can do to protect yourself before getting married and during the divorce process. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Mar 28, 2022
Swipe Right on the Money Talk
1486
Talking about money with your partner can make or break you as a couple! This week, Delyanne talks to Kiersten and Julien Saunders, founders of rich & REGULAR, about the money disagreement that (briefly) split them up and what you can do to have healthy conversations about finances with your significant other. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Mar 21, 2022
Can Investing Save the World?
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In our last episode, we broke down the basics of investing. So now that you’re ready to invest your first dollar, where are you going to put it? What if you could put money in your pocket and stick to your values? This week we dive into the world of ethical investing with Kara Perez, founder of Bravely Go. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Mar 14, 2022
What Investing and Pizza Have In Common
1385
When you imagine the stock market, you probably picture the chaotic frenzy of Wall Street. That's kinda scary! But what if we told you that investing isn't as intimidating as you think? And what if you're actually already doing it? This week Delyanne Barros brings you an investing starter kit.  Guest this week is Melissa Jean-Baptiste, founder of Millennial in Debt. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Mar 07, 2022
Tackling Your Student Debt: Part 2
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Student loans are overwhelming, so how do you deal with them? It’s easier to avoid those payment notifications and not think about it. We get it! But the best way to tackle your payments is to face them head on and come up with a plan. In part two of our series on student loan debt, Delyanne is joined by debt expert Nika Booth, known as @debtfreegonnabe, where they chat about the options for paying off your loans, their money mistakes, and steps you can take to feel more in control of your debt. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Feb 28, 2022
Student Loans, A Dumpster Fire: Part 1
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Like a lot of you out there, Diversifying host Delyanne Barros used student loans to pull herself out of poverty – but she had to pay back a staggering amount: $150,000. Lately, she and her sister have been thinking about whether or not their loans were worth it — and how the American financial system asks us to take on debt to get ahead. Guests include Nathalia Copeland, who, in addition to being Delyanne’s little sister, is also a business coach and founder of I Speak Social and Washington Post Higher Education Reporter Danielle Douglas-Gabriel.   To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Feb 28, 2022
Introducing: Diversifying
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Does it ever feel like the financial system is stacked against you? For many of us, it is. Especially if you’re Black or Brown, a woman, or single. In Diversifying, we explore why the traditional rules of money management no longer apply to new generations. Hosted by Delyanne Barros, better known as Delyanne The Money Coach, Diversifying demystifies and humanizes money by examining the culture we make it in and how to make it work for you. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Feb 16, 2022