MONEY TALKS podcast 🎙️ - #1 Martin Šmahel

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MARTIN ŠMAHEL is a model, presenter and fitness trainer. He is devoted to his family and has opened a new eshop for vegans.

How much money is enough for Martin Šmahel to feel rich?

  • 500 thousand euros

What angers him about money?

  • If they grow over your head.

What does he spend the most money on?

  • For parking.

Does he feel that the money he makes is easy?

  • Never.

Do you want to know more about Martin, his achievements, his life experiences, his work, his family and his priorities? Listen to the new podcast, which can be found on Podbean, Spotify, Amazon Music and Google Podcast.

If you want to see the podcast, visit our YouTube channel "MONEY TALKS podcast" and watch the full video with our first guest:


The MONEY TALKS podcast demolishes the myth that the topic of money is taboo in society. With our guests, we talk about money directly and straightforwardly. The role of the MONEY TALKS podcast is to educate and teach about money with real people's stories. You won't hear financial definitions and lectures on the MONEY TALKS podcasts. But you will get valuable insights and opinions from people who have acquired material wealth, are striving for it, or have lost their wealth through their own mistakes.

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