Fortune Favors the Bold - The Official Mastercard Podcast
By Mastercard / Gimlet Creative
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Fortune Favors the Bold is a podcast about the unique and changing role money plays in our lives—and about what happens when we take risks, take control, and redefine our relationship with it. Hosted by writer and personality Ashley C. Ford, the series will tell stories about the people and organizations who took one look at the ever-growing list of conflicting financial “shoulds” and decided to take a sharp turn to the left—then started writing their own rules. This is the official Mastercard podcast, produced in partnership with Gimlet Creative.
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Not just another money show
This seems like it's actually going to be about how money works (or doesn't work) rather than being a boring investing show. I'm really excited for that
I love Ashley! looking forward to hearing more from her
love ashely but...
The first episode was good, but I was upset at how they completely ignored that business are what are driving people to the gig economy (especially seeing as Ashley is a writer and organizations not hiring full time writers has been in the news recently). I get this is by Mastercard, but I feel like it was a bit biased and made it seem like /all/ workers in a gig economy want to be freelance.