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Clever Girl Finance is a financial education platform, that empowers women to ditch debt, save money and build real wealth!
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The countdown to the launch of the Clever Girl Finance book on June 25th, 2019 continues!And today, I’m catching up with Molly Stillman who was on episode 47 of the Clever Girls Know podcast and who is also featured in the Clever Girl Finance book. She shares how she dealt with the various emotions that come with going through the process of paying off $37,000 of debt. She also shares how she created a mindset shift to help her get through it and pay off all of her debt and the way she deals with and thinks about her money today!Today she debt free in both her personal and business, with the exception of her mortgage which she’s working on paying off alongside with her husband!The Youtube video for this episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzbJUR86w3oMolly’s podcast episode on Clever Girl Finance: http://bit.ly/2KkdVRjMolly’s podcast: http://businesswithpurposepodcast.com/Help make the Clever Girl Finance book a success as one of the best personal finance books ever :) Pre-order your copy - https://clevergirlfinance.com/bookJoin our exclusive virtual book launch party!: https://clevergirlfinance.com/book-launchIt will be available everywhere books are sold in ebook, audiobook and physical book formats - You can purchase worldwide!
The countdown to the launch of the Clever Girl Finance book on June 25th, 2019 continues!And today, I’m catching up with Dorianne St. Fleur who was on episode 61 of the Clever Girls Know podcast and who is also featured in the Clever Girl Finance book where she shares specific tips on how to get the career of your dreams, career mistakes to avoid and tips to negotiate your salary!TAKE THE COURSE: Dorianne also has an awesome course on the Clever Girl Finance on how to leverage LinkedIn to find a high paying job: https://www.clevergirlfinance.com/courses/how-to-use-linkedin/GET THE BOOK: Help make the Clever Girl Finance book a success as one of the best personal finance books ever :) Pre-order your copy - https://clevergirlfinance.com/bookIt will be available everywhere books are sold in ebook, audiobook and physical book formats - You can purchase worldwide!- The YouTube recording of this podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6KLozgAb5U&t=- Dorianne’s original podcast episode: https://www.clevergirlfinance.com/podcast-episodes/the-strategy-behind-a-career-you-love-that-pays-you-what-you-are-worth/- To keep up with Dorianne visit: https://yourcareergirl.com
I’m counting down to the launch of the Clever Girl Finance book which comes out on June 25th, 2019. With that mind, here’s another catch-up video with one of the women I feature in the book, Adeola Omole to see how she’s doing now that she’s achieved a net worth of 7 figures.Help make the Clever Girl Finance book a success as one of the best personal finance books ever :) Pre-order your copy - https://clevergirlfinance.com/bookIt will be available everywhere books are sold in ebook, audiobook and physical book formats - You can purchase worldwide!- The YouTube recording of this podcast: https://youtu.be/pGh3CnwxtB0- Adeola’s original podcast episode: http://bit.ly/2VIVt5T- To keep up with Adeola and get her book: https://www.adeolaomole.com/
The Clever Girl Finance book comes out on June 25th, 2019 and I am super excited. I'll be sharing some catch-up videos with some of the women I feature in the book to see how they are doing in the aftermath of them achieving some major financial goals.Help make the Clever Girl Finance book a success as one of the best personal finance books ever :) Pre-order your copy - https://clevergirlfinance.com/bookIt will be available everywhere books are sold in ebook, audiobook and physical book formats - You can purchase worldwide!- The YouTube video of this podcast episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPbyXpxZB3w- Naseema's original podcast episode: http://bit.ly/2VYlAea- To keep up with Naseema, stop by her website at https://financiallyintentional.com
My guest on the podcast today is Raegan Moya-Jones.Raegan built aden + anais while working a full-time job in ad sales and with only $15,000 in initial capital, and didn’t quit her 9-5 until they hit the $1 million mark in revenue. After working with a manufacturer to have prototypes made of the swaddling blankets, Raegan knew she was onto something after giving birth to her second daughter and realizing the nurses at the hospital had swiped all her samples.Without an MBA, Moya-Jones took a more grassroots approach to build the brand by going door-to-door to boutiques in her spare time to spark interest in her muslin blankets. In 2013, Prince George emerged from the hospital in aden + anais, subsequently causing the company’s site to crash from high demand.On this episode we discussed:- What inspired Raegan to write her new book - What it takes, How I built a $100 million business against all odds- The beginning of her story of how Aiden and Anais started- How she went from being a rebellious young woman, struggles with her mum, not having a high priced MBA to becoming the CEO of a $100 million business.- The issues women face and the stereotype placed upon us despite our ability to build incredibly successful businesses, raise children and more - all at the same time. - Her biggest challenges and successes building Aiden and Anais- Her tips for women to become more successful with money and in businessHow to keep up with Raegan:- Via her website at https://raeganmoyajones.com- Get her book, What it takes, How I built a $100 million business against all odds In it, she covers: - What it’s like butting heads with investors (or co-founders)- What to really do when you’re running out of money - Experiencing “mum guilt” and what to do with it (wanting to start a business does not mean you love your family any less!)❤ Get the Clever Girl Finance book: https://clevergirlfinance.com/book❤ Join Clever Girl Finance: https://clevergirlfinance.com❤ Follow on Instagram: https://instagram.com/clevergirlfinance
Meet Lauren Jackson. This episode is all about how Lauren went from a medically induced coma to 400k in medical debt and now is on the path to financial recovery.Lauren Jackson is Content Marketing Manager at Self Lender, a fintech startup with a mission to help people build credit, particularly those who might not have access to traditional financial products. She’s a writer who’s passionate about the intersection of business and social good, and believes you can have an amazing life–even if you don’t have the best health or the most wealth. On this episode we discussed:1. How Lauren’s medical emergency impacted her finances and mindset2. How she dealt with paying off her $400k in medical debt3. What she’s doing to protect herself in the future.SIGNUP FOR SELF LENDER: http://bit.ly/2J9BOKF- This is the Clever Girl Finance affiliate link - if you do sign up using this link we get a small commission to help support growing our platform!PLEASE NOTE: The views Lauren share’s in the episode are her own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Self Lender company.Be sure to stop by https://CleverGirlFinance.com and check out our learning platform!Do you follow Clever Girl Finance on Instagram yet? You should!www.instagram.com/clevergirlfinance
Let's talk about buying a home the right way! My guest today is Petal Van Rossum, a dear friend of mine and a licensed real estate broker at Citizens International Realty, a family owned and run real estate company located in Brooklyn New York which she runs with her brother Raul alongside an incredible staff. She’s a graduate of Pace University in New York City and is married with 2 beautiful boys.WHAT WE DISCUSSED ON THIS EPISODE:1. How to prepare to buy your first home including the type of documentation you need and what state your finances should be in2. She discusses some of the biggest mistakes she sees people making during the process of buying their first home3. She also discusses some of the main issues people have that prevent them from being able to buy a home4. We also get into advice for first time home buyers and so much more!PETAL'S FAVORITE BOOK:Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv EkerOrder the Clever Girl Finance book:https://www.clevergirlfinance.com/bookJoin the Clever Girl Finance community:https://www.clevergirlfinance.com
Fo Alexander is a Millennial personal finance expert whose story of paying off nearly $47K in debt in less than 6 months took the Internet by storm. She is the editor and chief of the GirlTalkwithFo blog -  a personal finance platform created to teach women how to dump debt, build bank, and create the life they want. Fo is also the former Miss Black South Carolina 2013, using her platform to promote financial literacy in underserved communities. She is a wife, author, entrepreneur, and host of her newly launched podcast, The GirlTalkwithFo Show. Her mission is to use her life's experiences to help others avoid their own financial pitfalls.On this episode today she shares her amazing story of shifting her money mindset, getting out of debt, and, now, building wealth!Since she took the internet by storm with her $47,000 debt payoff, she’s now paid off over $78,000 of debt - before she turned 30 and while planning her wedding - and on this episode, she shares exactly how she did it.We discussed:- What her financial situation looked like and the catalyst that promoted the change.- The specific things she did pay off her debt.- How she stayed motivated and the specific mindset shifts she had to make.You can keep up with Fo on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) at the handle @girltalkwithfo and via her website at GirlTalkwithFo.comDo you follow Clever Girl Finance on Instagram yet? You should!https://www.instagram.com/clevergirlfinanceOrder the Clever Girl Finance book:https://www.clevergirlfinance.com/bookJoin the Clever Girl Finance community:https://www.clevergirlfinance.com
On this episode of the podcast I'm sharing some exciting updates on Clever Girl Finance and answering two listener questions!Updates:1. The Clever Girl Finance book officially has a launch date and it's June 25th AND it's now available for pre-order here: http://www.wiley.com/buy/97811195808362. Manifesting my vision of being able to ring the opening bell at the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) while participating in the Citi Open Innovation Challenge.Listener questions answered:1. I find it so hard sometimes to speak to my friends about money. I'm on a budget and trying to share the importance of it with them but sometimes I feel alone. How do I deal with this frustration?2. I feel like all I'm doing is working to pay bills and I feel guilty about rewarding myself. How do I go about dealing with this?Be sure to stop by CleverGirlFinance.com and check out our learning platform!Do you follow Clever Girl Finance on Instagram yet? You should!https://www.instagram.com/clevergirlfinance
This episode of the podcast is brought to you by FICO and my guest today is Jenelle Dito!Jenelle Dito is a Director for the FICO Scores team and financial services expert for the FICO® Score Open Access program which empowers lenders to share the FICO® Scores they use to manage customers’ accounts directly with those customers, for free. As part of the Open Access program, she partners with various organizations on consumer credit education as well as lenders on how to create innovative products and manage exceptional client services. Jenelle works with lenders to help them understand how they can bring FICO Scores and financial health content to their customers, the value of doing so, and helps provide the tools they need from FICO to build new programs themselves. For both general FICO Scores and the FICO Open Access program, Jenelle helps facilitate consumer education tools and content so lenders can empower their customers with greater knowledge. Jenelle also helps manage FICO’s Open Access for credit and financial counselor program.On this episode of the podcast Jenelle shares:- Her personal story with money and what she learned in the process of making her own money mistakes- How people can empower themselves with the knowledge to improve and maintain their credit - And she dispels some of the most common credit misconceptions that are out there.As you listen to this podcast, if you need additional information, be sure to check out the blog post we created in partnership with FICO on how your credit score affects your financial life + an overview of how your FICO score works on the Clever Girl Finance blog here - https://bit.ly/2BJNiiqBe sure to stop by www.clevergirlfinance.com and check out our learning platform!Do you follow Clever Girl Finance on Instagram yet? You should!www.instagram.com/clevergirlfinance
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Janelle Hughes

thank you i have so much to look forward to this year to help myself and friends.

Jan 30th
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