Tracks include Blogging, Podcasting, Video, Social Media, Advisor, Freelance/Entrepreneurship, Solutions, Discussion Panels, Money Conversations, and Success Labs. For #FinCon21, breakout sessions will be a mix of live presentations in Austin and pre-recorded. Both Austin and Virtual attendees will have access to all sessions.
Founder of Minority Mindset
Jaspreet Singh is a serial entrepreneur, licensed attorney, and the founder of Minority Mindset, a financial media company & YouTube Channel with over 900,000 subscribers.
Jaspreet Singh is an attorney, investor, and entrepreneur. Although he didn’t receive any formal financial education – he’s on a mission to make financial education fun and accessible.
Jaspreet is the CEO of Minority Mindset – a financial media company. The Minority Mindset YouTube channel has changed the lives of nearly 1,000,000 YouTube subscribers with their videos being viewed 5 million times a month.
Jaspreet is self-taught. His parents are immigrants from the state of Punjab, India. Like many of his second generation Indians, Jaspreet grew up thinking that he needed to become a doctor. But he found a new path. He started his first business – an event planning company – when he was in college.
However, Jaspreet didn’t see a future with that company. After graduating college, Jaspreet pursued law school where he continued his entrepreneurial and financial ventures.
He started by investing in real estate. But he quickly realized that if we wanted to continue investing in real estate, he’d need access to more capital. So, Jaspreet jumped back into entrepreneurship.
After a couple years of research, Jaspreet invented a water-resistant athletic sock.
During the launch of his sock company, he was scammed by a marketing company which cost him thousands of dollars. This scam pushed him to start an educational social media page, which he called Minority Mindset. The Minority Mindset implies thinking differently than the majority of people. It’s not a racial minority.
He started Minority Mindset as a hobby just to teach others how to not make the same mistakes he made.
This social media page eventually grew into a YouTube Channel. Around the time when his YouTube Channel hit 100,000 subscribers – his sock patent was denied. At this point, he was forced to make a decision…
Continue with the sock company, or pursue Minority Mindset?
The sock company was profitable while Minority Mindset was not. He decided to follow his passion and pursued Minority Mindset full time after graduating law school.
Now Minority Mindset has grown into a full media company. His company is completely bootstrapped. As he likes to say, YouTube funds his business. He uses his viral YouTube channel’s revenue to fund and grow Minority Mindset.
His brand has helped countless people get out of debt, start investing, and create a plan towards building wealth.
Big idea presenters
rich & REGULAR
Julien and Kiersten, the couple behind the award-winning blog and forthcoming book, rich & REGULAR®, are known for their pull-no-punches yet humorous creative storytelling about life and money.
In addition to their platfom rich & REGULAR, the Saunders also produce the video series, Money on the Table and Money Editors at Success Magazine. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, their mission is to inspire the African American community to consider and adopt the FIRE lifestyle as a path to building generational wealth.
The couple has used frugal living, real estate, index fund investing and their online business to set themselves on a path to achieving financial independence by 2021. They’ve paid off $200,000 in five years and their story has been featured in The NY Times, Forbes, CBS This Morning, Marketwatch and more.
When they’re not sharing stories about their experiences with money, they are parents to their son Beau, traveling the world or searching for their next great meal.
HOST • AUSTIN
Paula Pant is a prominent leader of the Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) movement and an enthusiastic investor with a soft spot for spreadsheets.
As the Founder of Afford Anything, a personal finance and financial independence website with over 65,000 newsletter subscribers, and host of the award-winning Afford Anything podcast, Paula has led thousands of freedom-seekers to live life on their terms through her relatable wisdom and expertise.
The Afford Anything podcast has over 16 million downloads, listeners in over 150 countries, and accolades such as The New York Times naming it one of “7 Podcasts Your Wallet Will Love”.
Paula is frequently featured in financial media including The New York Times, Washington Post, Kiplinger, and Forbes. She has appeared on Yahoo Finance, Talks at Google, and Marketplace Money.
HOST • AUSTIN
Marriage Kids and Money
Andy Hill is the award-winning family finance expert behind Marriage Kids and Money – a platform dedicated to helping young families build wealth and thrive.
Andy’s advice and personal finance experience have been featured in major media outlets like CNBC, Forbes, MarketWatch, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and NBC News. Trusted as a personal finance influencer and corporate financial wellness speaker, Andy’s message of family financial empowerment has resonated with listeners, readers and viewers across the world.
When he’s not “talking money”, Andy enjoys roughhousing with his two kids, singing karaoke with his wife and watching Marvel movies.
HOST • VIRTUAL
North Carolina native, Ericka Williams is a business woman excelling in the trucking industry with 12 Semi Trucks/9+ properties, a popular six-figure YouTuber, and author based out of Austin, Texas. Ericka specializes in lead generation, entrepreneurship, and passive income.
Ericka is the creator of Classy Climb School that includes courses, mentorship, and consulting for aspiring entrepreneurs, executives, and freelancers. Her brand specializes in helping you create multiple streams of income, growing your business, and ultimately cultivating a work from anywhere lifestyle. Through this program, Ericka’s Classy Climb has helped over 6000+ paid consultations.