Be our guest!

Money You Should Ask, Money you should ask podcast, bob wheeler

“We all have unique money experiences that can enlighten and inspire others.”

Bob Wheeler

Welcome! We are so excited to have you as our guest on Money You Should Ask Podcast. We are looking forward to introducing you to our community.


On this page, we have provided some  tips and important information to help make your recording session with Bob a success.

About the Podcast

Before we begin, let’s give you a brief summary of the overall theme of our show.

Money You Should Ask is a weekly podcast that delves into the nitty-gritty aspects of life, money, success and abundance. Host Bob Wheeler, talks candidly with guests from all walks of life, radiating his infectious curiosity around money and life. Our tag line is: Why we do what we do when it comes to money.

Bob likes to delve deep into each guest’s unique journey exploring money beliefs, money blocks, and sharing their extraordinary successes & challenges in life and career.

Bob’s intention with this show is to engage in deep yet fun conversations around money to release any shame associated with not having it all together with money. He wants to show everyone that we are not alone when it comes to our relationship with money. Bob believes that shame is one of the biggest obstacles preventing people from achieving financial success.

By starting these conversations, Bob hopes to nurture a safe and supportive community where people can openly discuss their fears and shame around money. Through these honest conversations, Bob hopes to help people heal their relationship with money so that everyone can live more abundant, joyful lives.


Getting Started

Step 1. Schedule your recording time

Please ensure that you have scheduled your recording session. If you have not booked in a recording time, please do so now.

Select the time on the available days that work best for you and fill in your details. We typically record on Fridays, but if Fridays do not work for you, contact us so we can arrange a date and time that does work. The booking calendar only shows our availability 45=60 days in advance, so new time blocks will become available each week.

Step 2. Tell us about yourself!

In case of any issues on the day of recording
No Links? No problem email your media/headshot to info@themoneynerve.com

Social Media

Add all relevant social media/website links that you would like us to include in the episode show notes and marketing etc.
Please provide any links to other resources/social media not included above that you would like to include.

About You

Or provide a link to your short bio.
Are you willing to promote your episode on your social media accounts?
Please provide any links you would like our audience to visit to learn more about you and your work. This could include your website, social media profile, portfolios, or other pages you would like listeners to explore. Additionally, feel free to share any special offers, discounts, or other information our audience should know about that relates to your products, services, events etc. Providing relevant links and details here helps us spread the word so listeners can engage further!

Guest Waiver and Consent

We kindly ask that our guests digitally sign a guest waiver consent form. This document serves to protect you, the guest, the podcast, and its participants by outlining expectations, rights, and responsibilities when appearing on the show. Although signing this form may seem like a daunting task, it is actually quite simple! Once signed, you will be all set for the fun conversation ahead!
Recording/Appearance Date(Required)
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Step 3. Connect with Money You Should Ask and Bob on Social Media.

We heavily promote each episode and we put alot of energy into letting the world know about you and the episode. Please ensure you follow our social media profiles as we will include and tag you in our posts. Feel free to engage with our followers. You never know, you might gain some new fans.

Bob Wheeler / The Money Nerve

Tips to prepare for your scheduled recording

Selecting the Device to Record Online

We are currently using Riverside.fm to record both audio AND video for our podcast. We will also release both audio and video of our show.

To achieve the best recording quality you will need:

  • a webcam
  • external microphone
  • & headphones

We are very strict with this requirement. We want to you sound the the very best. One of the biggest reasons for a listener to drop off listening to podcast is poor sound quality. So please do your best to be prepared.

Here are some tips for a seamless recording experience: 

Desktop and Laptop Computers:  

Riverside.fm currently supports desktops, laptops, and Microsoft Surface devices using the latest version of Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser.

Mobile Devices: Riverside iOS or Android app 

Download the Riverside iOS app for iPhones and iPads with iOS 14.0 or later. 

Download the Riverside Android app for Android devices with Android 5.0 or later. 

Chromebooks and other tablets are not yet supported. 

For best practices using a desktop, laptop computer, or mobile device, please click here

Check your internet & browser data storage

Recommended Internet Speed

Recording with Riverside is optimized for all internet speeds, although we recommend using a connection with an upload speed faster than 5 Mbps. We also recommend if using desktop or laptop to connect via ethernet rather than wi-fi to avoid signal drop outs.
TIP: Test your internet speed here

Recommended Device Storage

We recommend having at least 5 GB of free space available on your device to store your locally-recorded, separated track in your temporary files as it uploads.
TIP: Check how much storage space your browser can access.

Connecting with Bob on Riverside.fm

A link to connect on Riverside will be emailed to you approximately 2-3  days prior to your scheduled recording time. If you are unable to see it in your inbox, please check your spam or junk folder.

Before you begin, close all other applications that don’t need to be open during the recording. This prevents overload on your computer or mobile device. And please close all other programs/apps that use your mic/camera.

Please ensure webcam and microphone are connected to your computer or mobile device. Click on the link using the relevant device and browsers mentioned and you will be taken into Riverside where you will be asked to give permission to access the camera and microphone connected.

Depending on the bowser and device, some of the prompts may look like the the images below.

Once the browser permissions have been granted you will be taken into the virtual recording room with Bob. It’s that easy. Once connected, Bob will go over the format of the show and will answer any questions you may have.

You can also send us a message if you have questions, feedback, or need any help from our team.

Thank you for being a guest with us. We look forward to a great conversation about money and the emotions that bind us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a separate microphone?

We do recommend the use of an external microphone and the use of headphones or earphones. This will prevent any prominant echoes or feedback looping in the recording. Although Riverside does offer an echo cancellation feature, it is not always fool proof.

Do you release audio and video of the podcast?

Yes. We release an audio version which is uploaded to all the various podcast apps and sites. We also release a video version on YouTube and other video based platforms. We will also release clips on our social media channels to promote the episode.

Can we use Zoom Video App to record the epsiode? I am not familiar with Riverside.fm.

Zoom Video App is a video conferencing app. It is not a dedicated audio recording platform tailored to podcasting like Riverside.fm. Many podcasters choose to use Zoom, but we prefer to use Riverside as it is a much higher quality recording.

Riverside.fm provides us with high quality recordings that you can download a separate tracks. Which is ideal for editing. After the recording, a local recording is where the audio and the video are recorded on your device then uploaded to the cloud to be downloaded afterwards.

This is different than an internet recording from Zoom. The audio and video is compressed and only available to download in lower quality. The quality of the internet recording is dependent on the internet connection, and usually the resolution is lower than a local recording. Internet recordings are usually compressed, which further degrades the quality.

Where do I find the link to take me into the recording session?

On the week of your scheduled recording session, (usually 2 days prior) we will contact you via email to confirm your scheduled recording session. We will also provide you with the relevant link to connect with Bob on Riverside.fm. If you require the link to be sent to you earlier, please notify us.

What do I do if I need to postpone or cancel?

Please contact our support team on info@themoneynerve.com or send us a message below to notify us that you need to postpone. Alternatively, if an emergency occurs on the day you can also contact Anthony (the producer) on +1 (424) 440-4002

What if I have difficulty connecting to Riverside.fm?

Call our support team on +1 (424) 440-4002 and will guide you through the steps to connect.

If you have any questions or need further assistance please do not hesitate to contact us via email info@themoneynerve.com or call Anthony (Producer) on +1 (424) 440 4002