2FD 030: Investing In Yourself

 

Are you dedicating some of your time towards investing in yourself?

Kevin and Sean reunited in Virginia Beach, VA at RevolutionConf, a conference for software engineers. Getting involved in our industry’s community through attending and eventually organizing meetups and conferences has played a key role in our professional development.

Investing in yourself can range from improving your health, getting organized, education and building your network. It’s important to understand what works for you and how to grow your resume on a budget. CHA-CHING!

We apologize about the audio quality and echoing in this episode. It was nice seeing each other in person but recording across from each other wasn’t the best idea 🙂

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Discussion Points

  • Listener Question: Our thoughts on using investment/robo-advisor apps like Acorns, Robinhood, Betterment and Wealthfront. Thanks to Brian Garraty for the question!
  • Locating industry meetups or conferences in your area or starting one if they don’t exist.
  • Understanding whether books, videos or classes work for you.
  • Investing in yourself outside of just education through networking, reducing stress, living healthy and getting organized.
  • Frugal Tip of The Week: Expanding your next vehicle search further to save thousands thanks to Erik Olson.

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