I’m so thrilled to welcome this week’s guest to the show. I know I would absolutely not be doing what I’m doing on this show and in other areas in my life if I hadn’t met Amanda back in 2012.
Amanda and I spoke about what to do if you have a fluctuating income (which most of us entrepreneurs do!), how she’s ended up hanging out with European prime ministers and the different messaging women and men get from the media around finances.
I learned how to earn but not what to do with it afterwards – Amanda
I’m someone who isn’t afraid to put the ugly stuff out there along with the good stuff – Amanda
Are you sure you wanted to publish that – Amanda’s mother!
Men are spoken to about stocks and investing, women are spoken to about budgeting – Amanda on the disparity in financial messaging to men and women
It doesn’t mean you’re bad with money if your emergency fund is depleted – Amanda
I see credit cards as a fascinating video game – Amanda
If you have a fluctuating income, put yourself on a simulated salary – Amanda
Amanda Steinberg is the founder of DailyWorth, the leading financial media company for women. Steinberg is a thought-leader on the topic of women and money, working to advance women’s financial confidence and wealth. She’s an engineer by training, a sales woman by profession and a serial optimist at heart. DailyWorth serves millions of women monthly via its daily newsletters and Website focused on money and career advice.
Since its launch in 2009, Steinberg and DailyWorth have been featured in the New York Times, TIME, Forbes, Parenting, Cosmopolitan and on NY1, CNN, FOX, ABC and NBC news. Amanda is a graduate of Columbia University.
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I do two episodes every week, one solo and one interview.
I also have the fantastic Mastering Money Matters group, a monthly membership group where you can join and we talk about all the different pieces week by week of getting our money systems set up and how we look at, think about and value money and all areas of our lives.
It’s a very supportive and private group just for women and it’s a safe place to hang out and talk. It’s kind of the extension of the interviews I’ve been doing with mainly entrepreneurs on this show, and it’s where we can talk about the things we may not want to broadcast out to a broader audience.
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