Ep. 188 | Budgeting Mistakes (with Ramit Sethi) finance podcast

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Joshua talks about earning income, managing money, financial willpower, budgeting mistakes, and what it means to live a “rich” life with author Ramit Sethi. Watch “Maximal” episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast exclusively at

Questions answered in this episode:

What is the most effective investment strategy if I have limited funds to invest? (13:45)

How do I resist making impulsive purchases? (28:18)

How do I address my issues with credit cards? (32:52)

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WainO The Great 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

My rich life is me remotely managing 100 to 200 rental properties while onna beach drinking a corona

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Claudia A. Valencia 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

The key is always balance ☯

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Luis 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

Never put paying debt or the emergency fund above investing. Time in the market is the only resource you will never have back.

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Audrey K 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

Thanks for your awesome content. I really enjoy your podcasts, books, etc.

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Mario Herrera Jr 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

I love budgeting but I actually follow ramit advice due to disagreement with my wife. We divide our monthly money at the beginning of the month and forget about it, That way she budgets an doesn’t even notice it.

This is specially useful for inconsistent earners…

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Chloe Zeller 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

Can we have him back on to talk about how to successfully do all this now we're in a covid scared world? Many circumstances have changed for people so it'd be nice to hear how we can still save and live frugally for lack of a better word.

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Sheryl Castro 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

THANK YOU. I APPRECIATE YOU BOTH FOR SHARING SUCH WISDOM. STAY HUMBLE & AWESOME:)))))

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Dinosaur 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

I am richer than many in this world but I would like to be able to make small purchases without worrying if I won't afford rent next month also I would like full coverage health insurance and life insurance

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balkar singh 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

Weekly Payment
Rent & Grocery. 250
Super. 150
Mata Payment. 50
Loan Repayment. 20
Personal. 50
Big Ticket. 100
Investment. 400

Total. 1020
Savings. 550
Expenses 460

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David Thompson 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

I want this guy's book. Thank you so much for this interview I've been trying very desperately to think and change my paradigm ie habitual thinking when it comes to wealth because wealth is not just money wealth is a state of mind it's a belief what is the link to his book could you please help me thank you very much

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An Ge 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

My parents started up very heavily in debt and ended wealthy after working hard.
The thing I never forget is all kids got penny(piggy?)banks to put any of our savings in, however small. We had a kidsavingsbooklet at the bank to put most savings on.
Most importantly: each time people offered us money, we were obliged to give half of the sum back.
On longer away from home holidays we got a dollar each day to spend on whatever we wished.
I always saved them up for a week in order to buy a decent quality toy or gift.
One of the other kids bought each day cheap gadgets and cried every nite when they broke. That one still needs to have huge income and live in debt. Another one ran to the shop to buy sweets. He now just now enjoys live, with or without money. I have always saved at least half of any money coming my way. Love spending on good cultural events and products, as well as gifts and healthy food for home cooking.
Currently looking into ur "values, philosophy" theme, not always sure how to predict what to love in 5 or 10 years from now.

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A H 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

This is great perspective! It's one thing to be wise with your money and see it as a necessity like Dave Ramsey does. It another to see it as a vehicle that takes you to were , and how you want to live your life as Ramit points out. After I set my budget and got good at it its easier to think ahead of what do I want to do with it. Money should be a tool not a puppet master. When we raise our money bench mark higher to include dreaming bigger it truly makes our lives better .

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Grace 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

So good

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Ensce Bose 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

I don't like Ramit Sethi. He does not get lifestyle inflation/ minimalism . Its amazing how an indian does not understand spirituality/ desire is suffering.

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Jennifer Hodgson 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

Hi guys I love your advice it is very illumating. It is a big subject for people and something most people are never taught about it or encouraged to talk about it. Well done. You make money and finance so interesting. Thank you.

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Sandra Reyes-Canizales 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

I rather stay with the minimalists and Dave Ramsey’s idea of building wealth.

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Mary Ramsey 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

Ramit Sethi has never investigated Dave Ramsey's Every Dollar budget app because it is looking forward and making every dollar go where you want.

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David Young 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

If money is an amplifier I’m playing acoustic!

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Angel Xiong 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

Ramit sounds a bit like Ryan Reynolds lol.

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thomas thorne 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

You lost me when you said you don't believe in a budget yet say that people don't know where their money is going …… because they don't have a budget.

Very dangerous advice

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Misfititude 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

If I made more money than I want/need, I would keep growing my income to use the extra to help people and animals in need. I think you can never make too much money; you can only spend it in the wrong/selfish way.

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readerbabe 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

How are you supposed to be a minimalist with kids? Family will not stop buying my kids toys. All of my clutter is from my kids. Please help.

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MILWAUKEE MOTOR 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

sounds like a budget to me

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MILWAUKEE MOTOR 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

have a property paid in full with no mortgage, you have a place to live, then you only have to pay for living expenses, vehicle, grocery, leisure

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Katrina Millings 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

I connected as soon as he said some people have no tv. I haven't had one in 7 years, but I spend as much on art supplies and books as I would on cable or streaming services. I'm not really into movies or shows, other than occasionally streaming something on Amazon Prime. Most everyone I've met thinks it's really weird and I must be super poor not to own a tv, but it's just no big deal to me.

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Shandy 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

I bet Ramit Sethi is a fan of Abraham Hicks

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we we 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

who better than an Indian for such a great topic.

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Jazz Pottinger 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

“Kenya, India, and Thailand” awesome

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Natasha Thomas 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

I thought a new big girl truck would make me happy, since I have to work, might as well have something I wanted to work for other than survival. Can't wait to get that chain off me.

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Lisa Yacks 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

Very insightful segment! Thank you!

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Fad Fad 15/03/2022 - 6:12 Chiều

why does Joshua look like skinny Pete

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