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By Farnoosh Torabi Check Your Balance A financial power struggle can be the “most destructive scenario” in coupledom says Rachelle Miller, a relationship coach and family attorney. It happens when the person who makes the most money is perceived to have the most power and control in the relationship, she explains. And, increasingly, that person […]

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By Dan Schawbel As more women become entrepreneurs, they will face a whole new issue that they haven’t before. They will have to deal with trying to be the breadwinner in a world where men have traditionally claimed that title. In order to explore this trend and the impact it will have on female entrepreneurs, […]

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7 Steps for Getting What You Want

Published on 01 May 2014 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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Do you set goals for yourself? Without goals you are like a thoroughbred race horse cooped up in a stable, a Porsche 911 without a steering wheel, an archeologist without a shovel, or a championship football team without a playbook. In other words, you severely limit yourself by not having goals. The Importance of Goals […]

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By Farnoosh Torabi If you earn more than your husband, you’re more likely to be the primary decision-maker on money matters and take charge of things like paying bills, budgeting, saving, and planning for retirement. That’s all according to my academic survey of over 1,000 women conducted with Dr. Brad Klontz, a financial psychologist. While […]

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by Mardee Handler Does fear hold you back from living a “financially healthy” lifestyle? Often, the money scripts we recite in our heads influence our attitudes toward money and hence, our spending and saving behaviors. Can we “undo” those negative/unhealthy messages? These five strategies can help steer you on the path to financial peace. Continue […]

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Financial health is an important component of overall wellness. According to Brad Klontz, a PsyD, financial psychologist and director of research at H&R Block Dollars & Sense, “financial health is having a conscious and purposeful relationship with money that is satisfying and isn’t overly stressful.” When you have a good relationship with money you spend […]

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By Susan Adams Farnoosh Torabi’s new book, When She Makes More: 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women, takes on a trend that’s posing an ever-greater challenge to married couples: Millions of women earn more than their spouses. As it happens, I’m one of them. According to Torabi, who speaks, writes and does TV spots about personal […]

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The Labyrinth

Published on 01 April 2014 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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Before a recent workshop I led the sponsor of that workshop took me to a beautiful outdoor garden created by and on the grounds of a major cancer treatment center.  The garden was rich in flowers and their stunningly sweet aromas, shady trees, misting water features, sculptures, walking paths and most of all intense, almost […]

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Rich People Are Greedy

Published on 01 April 2014 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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Do you hate rich people? Come on, be honest. Rich people are greedy and shallow. They get rich by taking advantage of others. They are miserly and selfish. Money is their god. They don’t really care about the poor or less fortunate. Deep down they are not really happy anyway. Our beliefs about money drive […]

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By Jean Chatzky Don’t start with numbers. Start with your goals and your fears. Politics, sex, health, religion, or money: Which of these would make you most likely to head for the loo (or at least top off your glass) if it came up at a dinner party? According to a new study by the […]

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