Changing Point of View, Millennial Money Fix, Screen Cleaning

Changing Point of View, Millennial Money Fix, Screen Cleaning

The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1380

  • Dec 22, 2017 5:00 pm
  • 2:30:49 mins

Why It's So Difficult to Change Someone's Point of View (20:50) Stephen J. Betchen is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Sex Therapist. He maintains a private practice in Cherry Hill, NJ and also supervises in the Couples and Family Therapy Graduate Program at Thomas Jefferson University where he is a Clinical Assistant Professor. Have you ever noticed that when you debate with someone, especially on politics or religion, you aren’t simply arguing with “one” person about “one” issue? Rather, you are arguing with an individual’s entire life history and all the people that have influenced that person along the way. Why is it so difficult to change a person’s point of view? Stephen Betchen explains. Millennial Money Fix (1:11:00) Douglas Boneparth is a financial advisor the President of Bonafide Wealth, LLC. Early in his career, he became one of the youngest CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals in the country. In 2016, he was named to the InvestmentNews Top “40 Under 40.”  Some of the stereotypes about Millennials is that they are the “Me Generation,” are self-entitled, and are lazy. Although these stereotypes may be false, another stereotype about Millennials being financially illiterate might be true. The nation’s student loan debt may suggest this stereotype is true at more than 1.3 trillion dollars. How did we get to this point? Douglas Boneparth, a co-author of The Millennial Money Fix, talks about the financial challenges facing Millennials.  Jeff Simpson - Screen Cleaning (1:39:44) Jeff Simpson talks about movies and TV helping you find family-friendly options. It's the Christmas episode where Jeff and Jacob Gowans share some Christmas favorites.

Episode Segments

Millennial Money Fix

29 MINS

Douglas Boneparth is a financial advisor the President of Bonafide Wealth, LLC. Early in his career, he became one of the youngest CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals in the country. In 2016, he was named to the InvestmentNews Top “40 Under 40.”  Some of the stereotypes about Millennials is that they are the “Me Generation,” are self-entitled, and are lazy. Although these stereotypes may be false, another stereotype about Millennials being financially illiterate might be true. The nation’s student loan debt may suggest this stereotype is true at more than 1.3 trillion dollars. How did we get to this point? Douglas Boneparth, a co-author of The Millennial Money Fix, talks about the financial challenges facing Millennials.

Douglas Boneparth is a financial advisor the President of Bonafide Wealth, LLC. Early in his career, he became one of the youngest CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals in the country. In 2016, he was named to the InvestmentNews Top “40 Under 40.”  Some of the stereotypes about Millennials is that they are the “Me Generation,” are self-entitled, and are lazy. Although these stereotypes may be false, another stereotype about Millennials being financially illiterate might be true. The nation’s student loan debt may suggest this stereotype is true at more than 1.3 trillion dollars. How did we get to this point? Douglas Boneparth, a co-author of The Millennial Money Fix, talks about the financial challenges facing Millennials.