EP281 Financial Fitness Lessons from Rihanna

It is the first full week of February, and you know what that means: the Super Bowl is fast approaching. Rihanna will be headlining the halftime show, sponsored for the first time by Apple Music. With sales of more than 250 million records worldwide, Rihanna ranks as one of the bestselling female artists ever, and this is sure to be an incredible show. Aside from her music career, Rihanna has built an empire and has become an incredible businesswoman. So, in this episode, we will be reviewing the financial lessons we can learn from her and her career.

Listen in as I explain the importance of cultivating multiple streams of income and only using your wealth on your own terms. You will learn the benefit of diversifying your income, seeking advice or guidance when you need it, and never changing who you are.

“Once you recognize and notice the issue or challenge that you are facing, seek help to address it.” – Tracey Bissett

This Week on Young Money:

  • The importance of asking for help when needed.
  • Why your background should not stop you from pursuing your dreams.
  • The benefit of cultivating multiple streams of income.
  • Several ways to diversify your portfolio.
  • Why building and using your wealth on your own terms is key.

Key takeaways:

  1. Your past does not dictate your future.
  2. Be the star of your own show.
  3. Own your financial future.
  4. Ask for help when needed.
  5. Don’t change who you are.
  6. Always stay humble.

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