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Reflections On My First FinCon (Is It Worth It?)

So, today I want to answer the question, “Is FinCon worth it?”.  

And to help me do that, I also want to share a three-way interview a couple of my content creator friends and I shot during the event to give you a more hands-on sense of what the event was actually like. 

And we’ll get to that in just a minute.

But first, if you’re not yet familiar with FinCon, it’s an annual conference for personal finance creators and is held in various locations throughout the continental United States, usually in early-to-mid September.

This year it was held from September 22-25 in the mostly beautiful downtown Austin, Texas.

So, FinCon is essentially a giant convergence of YouTubers, Podcasters, bloggers and other content creators who serve the personal finance space.

The main feature of FinCon is that it is an event and marketplace for personal finance content creators to connect with other fellow creators and with brands to help them grow their online platforms through collaborations and through brand partnerships.

Another awesome and incredibly important feature of FinCon is that it is an immense sort of Personal Finance Seminar that consists of keynote addresses, in-depth workouts, break out sessions and round table discussions.

This year, as in years past there were some rather well known (in the personal finance space) speakers like: Jaspreet Singh and Paula Pant.

I’ve always been impressed with the FinCon community. There is sort of an unspoken spirit of collaboration OVER competition and there’s a real feeling of everyone gathering together to serve the community.

The conference is full of literally dozens of in-depth sessions, interviews, collaborations about important topics like: content marketing, YouTube, Email marketing, TikTok, Instagram, Podcasting and much more.

I found it to be a treasure trove of both meaningful and in-depth training as well as for networking with like-minded online entrepreneurs who are all hungry to collaborate and grow their platforms.

In short, the event was amazing, totally worth the price I spent and I IMMEDIATELY registered for next year (literally as soon as they released the registration).

So, to give you a little taste of the excitement my friends: Brittany with Plan Your 1 Life and Marcus with DebtFree Dad were experiencing, I want to share this short interview with us sharing our reflections. 

Here we go. 


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