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Get Right Thennn
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GET RIGHT THEN PODCAST
Get Right Then is a podcast that was created to encourage young adults to begin engaging in more conversations about financial tools and resources available to them. This podcast originated because conversations about money and resources to be financially literate seem to be lacking, specifically within minority communities. The goal of Get Right Then is to bring change to these issues by igniting the financial conversations amongst young adults. Topics such as Saving, Credit, and Debt seem to be simple, but is not included in the curriculum for youth and young adults in school. A lot is learned by trial and error. Get Right Then also discusses mistakes made by the host to let listeners know that they are not alone and it is okay to make mistakes. TDanzy hopes that listeners can avoid mistakes by learning from his. So take a listen and… Get Riiiiiiiiigggghtt Theeeeeeeennnnnnn!!!!!!!!!
“I want Get Right Then to be a podcast about encouraging people in every aspect...”
- Tyler Danzy
A RANGE OF TOPICS
3 KEYS TO SUCCESS
This episode was the very first episode of the podcast and set a good foundation for the podcast. TDanzy gave his 3 keys to success. These keys can be applied to any goal that an individual sets for themselves. The 3 keys are:
Research and Knowledge
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SAVE THAT MONEY
Save that money is an episode that focuses on saving and budgeting. It begins with discussing that you must define why you want to save. Defining a meaning for saving helps people acquire that motivation and set a goal for their savings. Savings goals could include saving for a house, car, or vacation. Once goals are set, individuals can develop a plan for saving. This episode is special because it provides listeners with the Get Right Then budgeting tool (located on the resources page).
This was a very special episode. TDanzy recorded this episode with his father on Father’s Day. The Father’s Day episode was about financial topics that parents should discuss with their children before they leave the house. Credit was a big topic that we felt young adults had never discussed with their parents before they left their home. Loans and interest rates was another topic we felt like young adults lacked guidance from their parents on. We discussed how much parents should or should not disclose their final situation with their children.