This week on the radio show, I am interviewing Lynnette Khalfani, a former Wall St. Journal reporter for CNBC, on the topic of preparing financially for the move from employee to entrepreneur. She has written a number of successful books including Zero Debt, The Money Coach’s Guide to Your First Million, and her new one, Zero Debt for College Grads (for those of you in your 20s, 30s or 40s, who are still paying off student loans). She also recently appeared on Oprah, so decided that the next logical step was to appear on my radio show. (Hah! A girl can dream. Honestly, she is a very nice and down to earth person, and I feel very lucky that she agreed to appear on the show.)
I know that this is a HOT topic for a lot of cube dwellers who really worry about how to self-fund benefits, plan for cash flow, decide how much personal debt is appropriate to bring into self-employment, and a whole host of other concerns.
I am writing the interview questions right now (yes, I script the shows the day before … keeps things fresh, and frankly, I am worthless without a real deadline). I would LOVE to get some of your specific questions and concerns for Lynnette so that we can address them on the show tomorrow. Leave the questions here in the comments, or send me an email to pcs (at) ganas (dot) com. Please put “Questions for Lynnette” as the subject line.
Date: Friday, April 20
Time: 11am-12pm Pacific Standard Time
Topic: The corporate employee’s guide to preparing for entrepreneurship
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