Cash Car Convert EP8 -Simple Life Together with Dan and Vanessa Haynes

After a week of gleaning from several podcast episodes, this was the best episode based on its takeaways.

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Cash Car Convert Podcast is hosted by James Kinson.

In this episode, James interviewed the married couple who decided and found success in living a lifestyle of keeping only those that they really need in life. They are Dan & Vanessa Hayes of The Simple Life Together Podcast. Dan and Vanessa Hayes

The episode moved as Dan and Vanessa talked about how to live a simple life together, why they lived this kind of lifestyle, and how this would benefit those who would choose to live a simple yet fulfilling life!  

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Dan & Vanessa Hayes’ first car and how they got it
  • What inspired Dan & Vanessa to live a simplified life Dan and Vanessa forest back ground
  • Dan & Vanessa’s turning point in deciding what they really want in lifesimple life together
  • Figuring out how to live a simple life 
  • The birth of Simple Life Together Podcast
  • The Project 333
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  • Challenging the minimalist’s mindset
  • Discipline in buying clothes and Seasonal wardrobes picking clothes
  • Being mindful of how you’re spending your money and why you should be careful in your purchases buy with dollars
  • The “Consumer Society”buy
  • Other areas in life that Dan & Vanessa simplified
  • Being a strategic and smart buyer
    Ask first and think about it: “Do we really need to buy it?”
  • 5 Pillars that guide Dan & Vanessa with all their decisions
    1. Faith
    2. Family
    3. Finances
    4. Fitness
    5. Freedom
  • Intentionality and smart decisions
  • Vanessa’s story of her $24-25,000 credit card debt in the past
  • The one thing that Dan and Vanessa wanted to pass on to others

 

MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

Walk yourself into a life plan… Know what you want to look like at the end. The things to get there will reveal themselves and you need to honour those.”

Additional Tips:

  • Buy things that are of high quality, and you won’t need as much.
  • Focus on creating, not just consuming.
  • Be disciplined and get rid of unnecessary things.
  • There is nothing more empowering than to be out of debt.

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