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EP151 Milli Moves: Financial Fitness Tips from Postsecondary Podcasters Paris Grant & Ryan Banfield

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

Release Date: 07/28/2020

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Paris Grant is a full-time student working in banking, as well as the host of the Millennial to Millionaire Podcast, which is dedicated to financial literacy for anyone in need. Ryan Banfield is currently a student at the University of Ottawa, pursuing a Joint Honours degree in Public Administration and Political Science.  Ryan is a journalist at The Fulcrum, University of Ottawa's English language student newspaper, and the host of the CivNews podcast. Today these two inspiring young gentlemen join the show to share their financial fitness tips and advice for you as they navigate their postsecondary careers.

Listen in as Paris shares why being open, diligent, and consistent is key when planning for your future and finances. You will also learn the importance of believing in yourself and having a diverse online presence from Ryan. If you or someone you know is a young millionaire in the making, this is the episode for you.  

“The amount of money you have doesn’t define you.” - Paris Grant

This Week on Young Money:

  • Why taking the time to decide what you want to go to University for is crucial.
  • The importance of reminding yourself of your why.
  • What is actually more admirable than simply being talented.
  • Why you are never too young to start learning about your retirement funds.

Key takeaways:

  1. Be open.
  2. Be consistent.
  3. Be diligent.
  4. Hard work beats talent.
  5. Have a diverse social media presence.
  6. Embrace new norms.

Resources Mentioned:

Connect with Paris Grant:

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Connect with Ryan Banfield:

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The Young Money Scholarship Fund

Education has the power to help you achieve your life goals and create a financial fortress. It takes money from many different sources to pay for it.

The Young Money Scholarship Fund has been established to help post secondary students achieve their goals by removing some of the financial strain from the equation.  This fund is powered by Bissett Financial Fitness Inc. Scholarship awards start at $250 per student.

Who can apply?

  • Post secondary students studying in Canada, excluding Quebec residents
  • Students who have helped others achieve their goals
  • Students who have a plan for what they will do when they graduate

Apply today or share with a post secondary student who should apply,  here!

 

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