While managing money isn’t taught at home, school, or elsewhere, 89% of Gen Zs admit that money matters stresses them out. Finllect is the MENA’s first financial wellness app dedicated to making financial literacy accessible for Gen-Zs. What’s stopping Gen Zs from making their next big financial decision? Or being part of the formal financial services? From financial instability to learning to save and investing proactively, join the Finllect community to plug into honest and raw conversations about what works with money and what clearly doesn’t. It doesn’t get any more real. Every week, the podcast brings in a new guest to give you an insider look into how to manage your money and build real wealth.
The podcast has listeners from across 11 countries and includes 185 minutes of content across 16 episodes featuring leading Gen Z influencers, personal finance experts, banking specialists. In one of our podcasts, Omer , a renowned educator and mindset coach, joined in and shared his journey of finding himself as an international student in a new country with a large sum of tuition fee debt to hustling hard, changing his mindset and graduating from university debt-free. Omer further goes on to explain the importance of having a learning attitude, nurturing a minimal perspective in life and following practical steps that lead to success. Just like Omer, the podcast featured a personal finance educator and speaker Sandi Saxena who shared her riches-to-rags-to-riches-again story in another episode. Sandi spoke of how being persistent and believing