I was on another podcast!
Exciting news—along with Tom from Maple Money and Bob from Tawcan, I was invited to be on the What’s Up Next podcast with Doc G! We recorded in December, and the episode’s finally live!
In the episode, Bob, Tom and I discuss the differences, advantages and disadvantages of pursuing FI in Canada versus the US. We celebrate (and gripe about) our medical system, taxes, education, and so much more.
At the end of the discussion, we realized that we’re far more similar than we are different. And we’re all lucky to live where we do—whether we’re north or south of the border. 🙂
About Doc G
Doc is well-known and heavily involved in the FI community. He has a talent for making connections and bringing those connections together (which is perfect for What’s Up Next’s roundtable format).
He’s also an expert host—easy to talk to, well-prepared, and a natural behind the mic. But most importantly, Doc has an incredible knack for asking the right questions (even when they’re tough). They never fail to be thought-provoking, entertaining, and enlightening.
As a fellow podcaster, I’m in awe of how well Doc runs this show. He somehow maintains a very high quality, while releasing multiple times a week, with multiple guests… and only one host!
About What’s Up Next
If you haven’t yet discovered What’s Up Next, I highly recommend you check it out—it may just become your favourite FI podcast! I love the unique roundtable format and that Doc isn’t afraid to tackle touchy subjects.
Here’s the link to our Canadian episode again: Will Moving to Canada Fix My Finances? Give it a listen and let me know what you think. 🙂
*Special thanks to Bob at Tawcan for putting my name forward to Doc. You’re awesome, Bob!
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