Good Money: Derrick Kinney's Journey From Planner to Podcaster

Today's guest is Derrick Kinney. For over 20 years, Derrick has been helping people build wealth and find purpose in life by being better with money. 

He's the author of the bestseller Good Money Revolution, host of the Good Money Podcast, and creator of the Good Money Framework, where he shares seven easy steps to help people earn more, save more, and give more money to the causes they care deeply about.

In the conversation, Derrick shares his story of starting his own financial planning business at the age of 26, the hard lessons he's learned over the 20+ years he's been in the financial industry, and what's changed since shifting his focus to coaching other financial advisors over the last four years. 

Key takeaways
  • The difference between scarcity and abundance mindset – and why there’s no reason to reinvent the wheel when something works. 
  • Why it’s good to be misunderstood as an innovator or entrepreneur.
  • How Tik-Tok, LinkedIn, and Instagram influencers are misleading us when it comes to how hard it is to achieve real success. 
  • Why your core values matter when you build a business and choose who you want to work with.
  • What Derrick learned from his conversations with Daymond John and Matthew McConaughey–and why he’d never consider canceling on someone, even if they don’t have A-list status. 

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