Have you ever had that friend? That friend who is always complaining and telling you why it’s never going to work out for her? Have you ever noticed how it never DOES work out for her?? I think you have a sense that she’s creating her own world with her complaints, that she’s living into…Read More
A young lady named Kim is making headlines this week because she called in to an Atlanta radio talk show sick to her stomach because she doesn’t have enough money to pay for her senior year in college. Here’s the story, and my take on it: Kim received a $90,000 college fund from her grandparents.…Read More
Sheryl Sandberg’s Husband Died Suddenly. Where Would You Stand Financially if the Same Happened to You?
Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, billionaire, and author of the bestselling book, Lean In, is grieving today in a not-so-private way. Her husband, Dave Sandberg, CEO of SurveyMonkey, died suddenly on Friday, May 1, while the couple was vacationing in Mexico. I cannot even imagine what she must be going through right now. I have…Read More
I always try to keep things fresh for you here, and today I’m excited to share with you a free audio download that I know you’ll find valuable and actionable. It’s a recording of the conversation Michelle McCollough and I had on her radio show Make it Happen Radio! The interview is titled The Top Entrepreneurial…Read More
Have you ever had trouble talking money with your honey? Is it something you stay silent about, or try to handle in your own way? Or do you just defer to your husband or partner? Money is still the number one reason couples split, and I’m committed to moving that reason down on the list.…Read More
I remember the summer between 7th and 8th grade. I was an awkward pre-teen who had already bested 5’9” and my parents put me in basketball camp (obviously, right?!?). Until then, when I played, I probably looked more like I was having a panic attack than actually playing the game of basketball. I was constantly changing direction…Read More
Simply put, women lack confidence when it comes to investing. Study after study consistently reveals that women take charge of buying decisions, budgeting and daily spending plans, but say they lack clarity about how to build wealth. For 15 years, I’ve been working with affluent investors, both men and women, to build investment portfolios that…Read More
You’ve heard the kōan, “What is the sound of one hand clapping?” Kōans are the stories, questions and statements used in Zen Buddhism to get people thinking or meditating. On the other side of taking the kōan meditation, people often receive a powerful insight. The ultimate truth: “The sound of one hand clapping is (simply)…Read More
A few years ago, before my husband and I were married, we were planning our first vacation together. So there we are, planning to be on the beach in Costa Rica, our first vacation together, and I was nervous about the spending and how to bring it up. So I hemmed and hawed and practiced…Read More
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