This Week’s Podcast with Adam Shepard the author of “One Year Lived”

by Hank Coleman

One Year Lived by Adam ShepardThis week on Money Q&A’s podcast, Your Money: Your Choices, we talk to Adam Shepard whose book, “One Year Lived” recently came out. In the podcast, Adam talks about what it takes to follow your dreams, to check items off your bucket list, and even more importantly how to pay for those dreams. It was a truly fascinating interview.

“One Year Lived” by Adam Shepard

And, for everyone who leaves a comment at the bottom of this post for TODAY ONLY on Monday, April 22th, 2013 I will email you the full copy of Adam’s book, “One Year Lived” for a limited time for you to read on your eReader, Kindle, Nook, or computer. (Don’t worry…I have Adam’s permission for one day only to send you a copy of his book…simply for leaving a comment below. Don’t miss this great opportunity!

Episode 5 – Living Your Life And Completing Your Bucket List

Do you have a bucket list? Do you have a list of goals that you want to complete before you die? I sure do. I have talked a lot about my 100 Goals Before I Die and trying to complete them.

The problem is that most of us simply write out a bucket list and then make excuses as to why we haven’t check many items off it or any items at all for that matter. It doesn’t have to be that way though.

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Join us as we talk to Adam Shepard who is the author of “One Year Lived”. He’s been featured in the New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, the New York Post, the Atlantic, on the Today Show, CNN, Fox News, NPR, 20/20, and others, talking about completing his bucket list. You won’t want to miss this great conversation about how to finally start checking off items on your bucket list.

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Roth IRAs, CDs, stocks, insurance, your 401K . . .what are the right choices for your financial future? Your Money: Your Choices will clear out the cobwebs and confusion surrounding these concepts and more with clear and concise information.

You’ll hear tips and tools that you can put into action right now to help save your hard earned income in way that will protect your future for a healthy retirement. Whether you are a single mom or a father of five, “Your Money: Your Choices” will get you on track and put your money back in your control where it belongs!

Other Episodes Of “Your Money  Your Choices”

  • Episode #6 (5-6-13) – Increase Your Investment Return With Peer-To-Peer Lending
  • Episode #5 (4-22-13) – Living Your Life And Completing Your Bucket List
  • Episode #4 (4-8-13) – How To Incorporate Your Values Into Financial Planning
  • Episode #3 (3-18-13) – You Need A Side Hustle To Earn Extra Income
  • Episode #2 (3-4-13) – Conquering Your Debt With The Debt Movement
  • Episode #1 (2-18-13) – Everyone Should Be An Entrepreneur

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About Hank Coleman

Hank Coleman is the founder of Money Q&A, an Iraq combat veteran, a Dr. Pepper addict, and a self-proclaimed investing junkie. He has written extensively for many nationally known financial websites and publications. Hank holds a Master’s Degree in Finance and a graduate certificate in personal financial planning. Email him directly at Hank[at]MoneyQandA.com.


Hank Coleman has written 586 articles on Money Q&A. Learn more about Money Q&A on Twitter @MoneyQandA and @HankColeman.


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David

Without clear goals in life, we tend to drift along until we reach the awful realisation that life may be passing us by.

Great idea for Adam to write a book on following his dreams. From time to time, we all need inspiration to help us do the same.

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Doug P.

I agree with David above. I sometimes catch myself realizing that I have been in a groove (rut) for months just going day to day, hand to mouth. I am looking forward to reading this reminder to live life!

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Rakesh

Seems like a great book! Would love to have it. Thanks!

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Diane

It’s past time to start checking things off my list! I’d love to have a copy of this book. Thank you!

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Eric

Good on Adam to have followed his dreams .Nothing beats the high one gets from achieving d goals for both personal life and your career.

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john Geraghty

I’m looking forward to reading Adam’s latest book. He has way of writing that makes one want to keep reading. In his first book “Scratch Beginnings” Adam sought out to prove that the American dream was still alive. I won’t give away the ending but it was an enthralling journey. In sure this book will take the reader on another great journey, but this time around the world.

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Mark

Looking forward to reading this book!

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Corky

I’m stuck in doing the “responsible ” things….this might be the push I need. Thank you ahead of time!

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Dan

Sounds like a great book. Looking forward to reading it!

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Kristy

I am excited to read this! I think we all need a little motivation to really follow our dreams.

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Stopnowgo

Great idea’s on life goal achievements. Count me in!

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Stopnowgo

Count me in!

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Nikki

I’m working on a bucket list, but sometimes I get overwhelmed wondering how I could ever do all the things I would like to. In the end, you just have to go for it and enjoy life.

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KC @ genxfinance

Looks like a great read. I’ve stumbled upon articles about this book and will definitely share this with others.

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