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Today on the show we have a personal finance architect. Doesn’t that sound cool? I thought I was creative in calling myself a personal finance strategist. Architect is way cooler. My guest is Steve Stewart, a Personal Finance Architect from St. Louis who helps people plan their cashflow so they can go pro. (also, that rhymes. Steve is just so awesome)
He recently went pro himself, leaving the comfort of a corporate job to focus completely on one-on-one coaching, speaking, and promoting financial literacy.
Steve’s blog, MoneyPlan SOS, has been featured on the Dave Ramsey Show and won a Plutus Award for Best Debt-focused Blog.
Not only that but he’s a podcast evangelist, promoting podcasting through local MeetUp groups, online courses, and face to face. I have to say, I’m a huge fan of his podcast…not just because he had me on the show and had clearly done his homework. But because Steve’s show is really changing people’s lives for the better. I have tremendous respect for him and his mission.
Three takeaways from our time with Steve:
— How to overcome the fear of a cushy 9 to 5 and start you own business.
— Why credit cards are against his religion!
— How Dave Ramsey changed his life.
My favorite quote from the interview: “Credit cards are against my religion.” – click to tweet