Women & Money: How to Increase Your Income by Asking For What You Want

Working with some of the best business people in the game, both men and women, has led me to a conclusion. The difference between successful businesspeople and those who just get by is the ability to ask for and receive what you want. It’s something that so few of us, especially women are willing to do. When it comes to making the ask in business, statistics show that women don’t do it enough.

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The Best Financial Advice For Women? Establish Your Own Financial Identity

Guest Post By: Amanda Atcheson, Product Marketing Manager at CO-OP Financial Services

It’s hard to believe that only some fifty odd years ago, a woman’s financial identity was tied explicitly to someone else – her husband, her father or some other male in her life. In the modern age, women make up nearly half of the American workforce. In addition, the average age of marriage is now in the late 20s – and unfortunately, the divorce rate remains high.Read More

4 Money Lessons I Learned From #GirlBoss

I’ll be honest, when I picked up #GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso I never thought there would be so many valuable personal finance lessons in it. Business advice, tips, and motivation were my expectations, but what I received was a well rounded, personal account of someone who did the unexpected in her own way. Read More

The Top 4 Reasons People Struggle When Becoming An Entrepreneur

Embarking on the journey to becoming an entrepreneur can be a daunting task especially without the proper guidance. I initially created this blog to help attain financial success. This is not a business blog but it has been brought to my attention that many of you are interested in becoming an entrepreneur or are new entrepreneurs. Read More

Are These Common Networking Mistakes Costing You Money & Opportunities?

I will never forget the first time I networked my way into an opportunity. I had recently moved to Miami, Florida for college and I wasn’t having any luck finding a job. The first day of class my new professor mentioned that he held a position at the school’s research center and that he oversaw student research assistants. After class I informed my professor that I was interested in the position and I set up a time to meet with him and the director of the research center. One week later I had a job. Read More

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