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Hannah Cranston, Host and Executive Producer of ThinkTank

Today’s guest is the host and Executive Producer of YouTube’s ThinkTank, an online news and talk show with nearly 1 million subscribers. Hannah Cranston is also a producer and regular guest host on The Young Turks, the largest online news network in the world. She’s appeared on many of the network’s shows including The Point, TYT sports and What The Flick? She’s also a contributor for the Huffington Post. She graduated from Duke, majored in psychology, took a break, got to figure out life and then applied for this job. It’s her first job since graduating from college, which is pretty incredible.

From Hannah we learn how to land your dream job, how to learn about finance when you never learned about it growing up. I think there are many of us who share that story and why she is not afraid to go to her parents for financial advice.

If you’d like to learn more about Hannah visit her YouTube page or follow her on Twitter @HannahCranston_ and Instagram @run_hmc.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “The fact that I wake up every morning & get to do something I’m totally stoked to do is a total financial win for me.” – Click To Tweet

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