#322 One Minute Mentoring


We're keeping this blurb here for the next few weeks as a reminder that there's a new place for Jill on Money content - YouTube!  Seems like a no-brainer, but sometimes it takes a little outside help (h/t to JOM friend, Joe A!) to recognize the obvious.  So don't freak out.  Going forward, we're going to put all our radio and podcast content on YouTube! It'll be easier for you to navigate and listen to past shows, because everything will be in one place.  Just click any of the links below and you'll be able to listen to this week's show as well as anything else you see that might interest you, including all the Better Off podcast content if you haven't been listening. Let us know what you think by emailing us at askjill@jillonmoney.com.


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We started the show with Sandy in California who had some questions regarding long term care insurance deductions and then Jim in Atlanta had a fascinating question regarding withdrawal rates in retirement...he specifically wanted to know if the goal is to maintain the principal of the retirement account or to consume it? Probably the first time that question has been asked in the six plus years we've been doing the show.

In hour two we chatted with business and leadership guru Ken Blanchard, author of the new book, One Minute Mentoring: How to Find and Work With a Mentor--And Why You'll Benefit from Being One.

Ken has been working in this field forever.  He has co-authored 60 books and his works have been translated into over 40 languages and their combined sales total more than 21 million copies. In 2005 he was inducted into Amazon's Hall of Fame as one of the top 25 bestselling authors of all time.  The guys knows his stuff.


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In his latest book, Ken and his co-author, Claire Diaz-Ortiz, a former Twitter executive and early employee, combine their knowledge to provide a systematic approach to intergenerational mentoring, giving readers great insight into the power and influence of mentoring and encouraging them to pursue their own mentoring relationships.

Throughout the book, Ken explains why developing effective communication and relationships across generations can be a tremendous opportunity for companies and individuals alike.

The book is sure to become the go-to source for learning why mentoring is the secret ingredient to professional and personal success.

Thanks to everyone who participated this week, especially Mark, the Best Producer/Music Curator in the World. Here's how to contact us:

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