CEO and co-founder of HerMoney An award-winning personal finance journalist A best-selling author Dedicated most of her professional life to helping people understand money issues and promoting financial literacy Experience Jean has been working with real people and their real money for over two decades. She has dedicated most of her professional life to helping people understand money issues and promoting financial literacy. And Jean attributes much of her career success to her ability to make difficult subjects understandable. Jean also speaks to groups—big and small—and moderates panels that discuss financial and workplace issues. It is home to experts who provide clear, practical advice on managing your money.
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Shelves: hey-hey-ladies , cash-money I am an avid listener of Jeans podcast weekly and I have enjoyed her tv appearances and at times her blog. I grabbed this book since so many debt books examine the past or the present but not all of them stress goals or persistence. This book is based on Jeans observations of dealing with wealthy people from her time at Forbes and Money and she is truly diligent about her journalistic aspirations! It is a very complimentary book regarding why investing in yourself and saving and investing is so I am an avid listener of Jeans podcast weekly and I have enjoyed her tv appearances and at times her blog.
It is a very complimentary book regarding why investing in yourself and saving and investing is so important. It was fine. It was a nice read that helped me gain insights into attitudes of people and their habits and how likely that is to correlate to success.
However, watch out for confirmation bias. She makes it seem as the questions she asked her subjects were the only possible things that contributed to their success, and that they would make anyone successful. If you read this book, take away only things that resonate with you, and dump the Read this book because I got it for free from my workplace. If you read this book, take away only things that resonate with you, and dump the rest.
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