Grant on Fight The Cube Podcast

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Grant on Fight The Cube Podcast

Grant Sabatier

Founder of Millennial Money. Dubbed "The Millennial Millionaire" by CNBC, Grant went from $2.26 to $1 million in 5 years, reaching financial independence at age 30. He's passionate about helping others build wealth and is addicted to Personal Capital.
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I was honored to be invited to be the first guest on the Fight The Cube podcast hosted by 26 and 27 year old brothers Adam and Noah Weitzman in Austin, Texas.

The bros are fans of Millennial Money and building recently launched their podcast as a side hustle. They are also hilarious and a ton of fun. It was an insane conversation. While I love co-hosting the Millennial Money Minutes podcast, I really dig the experience being on the other side of the mic and not asking the questions.

If you want to go deeper on the ideas that I share on Millennial Money or get an overview on my investing, saving, and life philosophy, definitely check out this episode. There’s also a lot on money and my life that I’ve never shared before – so Fight The Cube got some exclusives!

As always, I tried to pack as much value into this interview as possible. I cover a ton of topics like early retirement strategies, side hustlinginvesting, Betterment, how many hours I work every week, what I drink to power through every afternoon – it’s probably not what you think 😆 and a ton more. This is the longest interview I’ve ever done, so check it out and let me know what you think. Party time. Excellent. 🤘

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Grant Sabatier
grant@millennialmoney.com

Founder of Millennial Money. Dubbed "The Millennial Millionaire" by CNBC, Grant went from $2.26 to $1 million in 5 years, reaching financial independence at age 30. He's passionate about helping others build wealth and is addicted to Personal Capital.

10 Comments
  • John Blackman
    Posted at 09:25h, 13 April Reply

    You can’t contribute to a ROTH IRA if you make more than $132k a year though (more if you are married, $192k). Roth is still effectively the same as other tax sheltered accounts but you put post tax dollars into the Roth. So it protects you against a rise in taxes in the future. However it does feel good to know that the money in that account is yours. When you look at a 401(k) a good third of it you are growing for .gov, they just haven’t taken it yet.

    Great podcast!

    • Grant @MillennialMoney
      Posted at 15:28h, 13 April Reply

      Thanks John. I make more than $132k, but contribute my Roth IRA ever year through a backdoor conversion on my Traditional IRA! So it’s a win/win.

  • Cody @ Dollar Habits
    Posted at 19:00h, 13 April Reply

    Awesome interview, Grant! I feel like one of the insiders now with all the exclusives you dropped. MM is taking the world by storm. I love it. I drink a lot of green smoothies and juices, but apparently, I need to up my game to one day get to your level. Keep on keepin’ on, my brotha!

    • Grant @MillennialMoney
      Posted at 11:37h, 15 April Reply

      Thanks Cody! Green smoothies for life.

  • Brian
    Posted at 08:18h, 14 April Reply

    Grant, what do you recommend to eat and drink every day to keep your energy up? I

    • Grant @MillennialMoney
      Posted at 13:06h, 15 April Reply

      Hey Brian – A lot of people have been asking me this question, so I am planning to write a post on it soon. I eat a high-fat high protein, heavy vegetable, low carb diet. A lot of salmon, avocados, green smoothies, salads, some grass fed steak occasionally. The real key for me is getting good fats – I eat a lot of avocados. Hope this helps!

  • Julie @ Millennial Boss
    Posted at 19:10h, 14 April Reply

    I have after-tax 401(k) options that allow me to contribute to do in-service withdrawals to a Roth. It’s a nice way to get around that income limit. LOVED this episode and so great to hear more of your story Grant. I especially like the part where you mentioned that you were trying a bunch of side hustles at the beginning because that’s the point I’m at right now. Congrats on your success and to the Fight the Cube guys – great podcast!

    • Grant @MillennialMoney
      Posted at 13:07h, 15 April Reply

      Thanks Julie!

  • Tyler
    Posted at 22:22h, 23 April Reply

    Great show! Love all the content you’re putting out there and hearing your story. Nice to hear of a fellow Chicagoan killing it!

    • Grant @MillennialMoney
      Posted at 13:56h, 24 April Reply

      Thanks Tyler.

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