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Host Farnoosh Torabi is an award-winning financial strategist, TV host and bestselling author. So Money brings inspiring money strategies and stories straight from today's top business minds, authors and influencers. What was their financial journey and how do they master their money today? Hear from inspiring individuals and learn about their financial philosophies, wins, failures and habits. Plus, their secret guilty pleasures.

On Fridays, tune in as Farnoosh answers your biggest questions about money, career, guests, you name it. Submit your question for Farnoosh at www.SoMoneyPodcast.com.

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This week's questions concern feeling pressure to spend like well-off friends, ways to teach kids about money and affording 6 months of planned unemployment. Special co-host Alexandra Stockwell joins. Alexandra is a Relationship and Intimacy Expert, known as The Relationship Catalyst. She is the creator of the Conscious Partnership Program and the author of the forthcoming book “Uncompromising Intimacy”.
Karen Cahn is the Founder and CEO of iFundWomen, and has dedicated her career to closing the funding and the confidence gap for women entrepreneurs.Named on NASDAQ’s “10 Best Sources of Funding for Women Entrepreneurs”, iFundWomen is a startup funding platform providing female entrepreneurs access to capital, coaching, and connections critical to launching and growing their businesses.Karen is a pioneer in tech and media. She was an early Google Intrapreneur where she spent 10 years leading various monetization teams in search, display, and video. Most notably, Karen started the Branded Entertainment business at YouTube, when, back in the olden times of YouTube 2006, she and a rogue group of sales and product managers, made the connection between big consumer brands and video creators, thus creating the first native video ad experiences monetized on YouTube.Most recently, Karen spent three years as General Manager of AOL Original Video, and was responsible for business strategy and strategic partnerships. In this role, Karen built AOL’s female creative economy in video and as a result, nabbed AOL its first-ever Emmy nod.Karen is on the board of advisors of Girl Rising, an organization dedicated to girls education in developing countries. She is also on the Springboard Media Council and invests her “human capital” in their pipeline of high-growth, women-led companies.
This episode is brought to us thanks to So Money sponsor Chase.Have you begun your holiday shopping yet? To control the spend over the past few years, as our family has grown, my relatives and I like to participate in a Secret Santa. I have just two people to shop for, as opposed to twenty! And those gifts can be extra special. It's just one way I recommend making your own traditions around the holidays to both enjoy the festivities but also be mindful of your finances.Today’s episode has some advice for all of us, as we embark on the spending frenzy. As part of So Money’s partnership with Chase and as the financial education ambassador for Chase, we welcome BJ Mahoney, General Manager Chase Freedom to the show today. He shares some interesting research related to holiday spending, as well as seasonal savings tips.For more, check out www.chase.com
Have you ever hesitated to lean in and play and think big with money? My guest today knows why. Dr. Valerie Rein has spent years working with high achieving women, women who want to have it all and thrive. But what she found in these clients, and eventually in herself, is that often when we’re getting ready to soar, our nervous system will hold us back, signaling to ourselves that we’re not safe. She’s named this response PSD: Patriarchy Stress Disorder. And through her research and over 20,000 hours as a therapist and coach, she’s created a process and new book to help break through it.Learn more about Valerie by visiting her website, https://www.drvalerie.com/, downloading a free chapter of her book, or listening to her podcast, Her Success Radio. Connect with her on Instagram @drvalerierein.
On this week's Ask Farnoosh, one listener wants to know how to get back in the workforce after taking one year off. What is the best way to do that? Also, when is it smart to take some of your savings and invest it in the market...and when is it OK to tap your emergency fund?
For many of us, the day we get cut off from our parents is a "money moment," right? Some of us may have had experience with this. For others, it’s completely foreign. Wherever you are in your financial life, I think you’re going to appreciate today’s interview with Amanda Miller Littlejohn, a top nationally recognized expert on personal branding. Amanda is also a podcast host and author of the book Package Your Genius. Amanda is an idea oven, a brand problem solver and creative power house who works at the intersection of public relations, journalism, marketing and social media. How and why she built her business is a very personal journey. And we connect all of the dots on today’s episode - from her experiences with money and her parents, to later in her marriage and the financial complexities that inspired her to finally take the reins in her financial life.Learn more about Amanda on her website: http://www.amandamillerlittlejohn.com. Check out her podcast, too, at Package Your Genius.
Cathy Heller is a fire hose of inspiration. She’s the host of the popular podcast Don’t Keep Your Day Job, which was given the #1 spot on iTunes recommend list of shows for the New Year in 2018 and 2019. Cathy’s new book shares the title of her podcast [Don’t Keep Your Day job] and it's filled with inspirational stories from people within her own tribe who have decided to take control of their life’s journey. Her book goes into detail about how to find the work you were meant to do, how to grow your business, and level up your quality of life all around. Learn more about Cathy at CathyHeller.com and DontKeepYourDayJob.com. And connect with her on Instagram @cathy.heller and on Facebook @dontkeepyourdayjob
From tax deductions to starting your own retirement plan when you're self-employed, Farnoosh and co-host Crystal Lewis answer your biggest money questions of late.Co-host Crystal Lewis is a So Money listener and a Texas Certified Public Accountant with 20+ years of accounting experience. She is currently the Corporate Controller at International Risk Management Institute. She is also a John Maxwell certified speaker, trainer and coach.  She also has great information for parents and young adults seeking financial education at www.lifepreponline.com.
"I’m someone who cares very much about being well liked. It’s taken me a long time to get to the point where I can say that and own that because it feels lame to care as much as I do," says our guest Alicia Menendez, an award-winning journalist. Does that sound familiar? Can you relate to that? Menendez speaks about this personally on the show and now in a new book called The Likeability Trap. Her book observes this fundamental paradox and empowers readers to let go of old rules and reimagine leadership rather than reinventing themselves.Alicia is an MSNBC anchor and host of the Latina to Latina podcast. Dubbed Ms. Millennial by the Washington post, journalisms, new gladiator by Elle and a content queen by Marie Claire. Her interviews and reporting have appeared on ABC news, Bustle, PBS and Vice news.A native of Union City, New Jersey, Alicia is a graduate of Harvard College.   She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two daughters. For more about Alicia, visit: http://aliciamenendez.com/
We are fortunate to have Eve Rodsky, author of the now New York Times bestseller Fair Play. For anyone who feels as though they have yet to really figure out domestic work in their relationships, to make it 'fair play,' Eve’s got the book, she’s got the game, she’s got the manual and she has the science. It is a fascinating conversation about how she arrived at this topic. How her work is impacting families in particular men, and simple steps that all of us can follow to have more peace on the home front.
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Adam Smith

This was great!

Aug 15th
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