Real $tories Podcast

Our Guests Talk About Steps They Took To Be Debt Free

GreenPath is a trusted national nonprofit. Our guests and clients will share their money journeys in their own words.  Expect authenticity, vulnerability, and a little bit of inspiration.

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Real Stories Ep 29: Kimberly – “Side Hustling” to a More Balanced Life

Despite having a mortgage payment that doubled and tens of thousands of dollars of credit card debt, she found a way to persevere.

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Real Stories Ep 28: Danny Kofke – Rewriting Your Money Story “Can Be Done!”

The impact of delayed gratification and the value of not comparing your lifestyle to others. Listen to Danny’s story.

Real Stories Ep 27: Regina’s Story – 3 Paths to a Brighter Future

Regina has been at a crossroads with her finances. Each time, GreenPath has provided different kinds of support. Listen to her story.

Real Stories Ep 26: Pobody’s Nerfect – 7 Stories of (Finally) Getting Money Right

Financial Literacy Month, which is designated by Congress to raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy education.

Real Stories Episode 25: Katie’s Story Continues – The Journey to Financial Wellness is Never a Straight Line

In this episode, we’re going to check in with our very first guest. I originally talked to Katie in December 2018. First, we’ll play some highlights of that interview. (Check out the full original episode here.) Then, we’ll go to a recent conversation with her. Katie’s story is a good reminder that the journey to financial wellness is never a straight line.

Real Stories Episode 24: Shannon McLay – Building Financial Strength with the Founder/CEO of the Financial Gym

Long before this podcast was born, our guest, Shannon McLay, was a pioneer. Her podcast, Martinis and Your Money has been going strong for 7 years… and 400 episodes. On her show, Shannon is not shy about talking about her own challenges.

Real Stories Episode 23: Amanda Clayman – Tips from a Financial Therapist who got a “$19,000 Haircut”

Amanda Clayman is a financial therapist – in other words, a clinician specializing in money issues. She believes money can be a tool for transformation.

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