Have you been watching the economic roller coaster and wondering how it’ll affect your wallet? The fallout from coronavirus has been substantial, and economic cracks are beginning to emerge. Small business owners are beginning to share supply chain problems and a loss of sales. The travel industry is falling apart, and consumer spending has drastically decreased as consumers pull back from their usual daily purchases and routines. This has cause for alarm as many start to question their financial stability and outlook for the future, but being able to make the right adjustments and decisions in an ever-changing economic environment has now become more critical than ever before. Now might just be the time to tighten up your personal finances. Are you ready for it?
For these reasons, our guest on today’s episode of the Powderkeg podcast believes in being ahead of the economic curve. Peter Dunn, aka Pete The Planner is an award-winning comedian and an award-winning financial mind. He’s a USA TODAY columnist, author of ten books, and host of the popular radio show and podcast The Pete the Planner Show. Pete appears regularly on CNN Headline News, Fox News, Fox Business, and many nationally syndicated radio programs. He’s also the CEO and Founder of Your Money Line and Hey Money.
In this episode, you’ll get to hear Pete answer critical financial questions from our very own Powderkeg community. Along with his thoughts on the best moves for freelancers and realtor’s in this shaping economic climate. You’ll also get to hear his view and predictions on the future of the economy. Tune in for more!
In this episode with Pete The Planner, you’ll learn:
- What’s the near-term and long-term economic impacts
- How people be thinking about their job right now
- What freelancers should do in a time of economic uncertainty
- Whether you should continue to invest or save
- How are real-estate markets being affected
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Pete The Planner quotes from this episode of Igniting Startups:
“I do think when it comes to being a leader within an organization in the times we’re in now, transparency is super important. I know sometimes leaders need to think that they can’t seem vulnerable or they have to be indestructible. But I think the best thing you can do good or bad is to go to your team.” — @PeteThePlanner on @PowderkegCo
“Does it make sense for a person to stop contributing to build their savings, stop investing to save versus, you know, get by with the level of savings you have and then invest for the future.” — @PeteThePlanner on @PowderkegCo
“It’s a community movement that decision is not driven by business. It’s driven by heart. And so I think in the tech world, it’s a community with a lot of heart that wants to serve people.” — @PeteThePlanner on @PowderkegCo
“There’s nothing wrong with a small pivot to make your product or service fit the moment.” — @PeteThePlanner on @PowderkegCo
Links and resources mentioned in this episode:
Companies and organizations:
- Peter Dunn (@PeteThePlanner)
- Miles Sterrett (@mileszs)
- Natalie Clayton (@natalieclayton1)
- Sarah Berk (SBerk)
- Keegan Jiles (KJiles)
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What stood out most to you about what Pete shares in this podcast?
For me, it’s how people should think about their job in this time of economic uncertainty.
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