For those who feel they don’t have, or are not making, the money they deserve but who want to make an impact on the world, there’s a solution. Our guest provides strategies for maximizing income, crushing debt, retiring right, and running more profitable businesses that give back and do good.
The Good Money Revolution begins by connecting cash to a cause, your money to a movement, and your profits to a purpose. Regardless of the size of your bank account, giving is easier with an abundance mindset. It all starts with believing you have the ability to make more, save more, and give more. Some feel trapped, thinking that what they’re paid right now is their limit and they have little chance of changing it. Or maybe they’re making good money and enjoying the lifestyle they want but have discovered something is missing. They score positive on finances but negative in fulfillment. He encourages individuals to earn more money while giving to a noble cause such as homelessness, poverty, human trafficking, or whatever it is the person cares deeply about. By spreading wealth, individuals reap a double benefit of making more money while experiencing the satisfaction that they are helping to improve society.
Joining us for our discussion on Making Money For Good is Derrick Kinney from Ft. Worth Texas. Derrick Kinney is CEO of Good Money Framework and host of the popular Good Money podcast. Kinney inspires influential business and thought leaders to make more money and use it for good. Known for making complex financial topics easy to understand, Kinney is a sought-after guest on local and national media where he has been interviewed on CNBC, FOX News, CNN, FOX Business, PBS, Cheddar News, and Wall Street Journal, among others. Kinney is a certified Financial Educator (CFE), Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC), Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC), and a Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL). . His new book is Good Money Revolution: How To Make More Money To Do More Good Welcome to Mastering Your Money, Derrick Kinney.