Getting Your Financial Life In Balance
Take it from Suze Orman: Almost all of us have, at
some level, fears or anxieties about money. Looking
these fears in the eye is an essential step toward
freedom—financial freedom. Do you want to take
this first step?
Mothers: Challenges and Changes
Over 70% of women with young children are engaged
in paid labor. Statistics show that on average, men
earn 25% more than women. The largest portion of the
wage disparity between men and women is attributable
to employed mothers.
Planning: Don’t Let Your Wheel Of Fortune Go
Don't wait until your wheel of fortune goes flat.
Take care of your finances now to ensure that you
won't be stranded later on down the road.
Possible Retirement Dream
How to Beat Your Money to
Studies show 74% of the elderly poor are women, yet
only 46% of women have begun to save or invest for
Much Do I Need to Retire?
Women: You are going to live longer, actuarially,
than men, so be prepared.
Counselor or Mentor - How They Differ - Which is Right
Coaches are action oriented.They will urge
you to focus on the present and the future, to set
realistic goals, to overcome obstacles that might
get in your way, and to practice effective behaviors
in the here and now.
Hesitate To Ask
There are people in a position to help, no matter
what the issue. There are experts. Making decisions
in isolation is usually not the best way, although
for some people it may be the most comfortable.
Right Now for the Pro-Active Senior
Difficult and often agonizing, it’s the crossroad
every senior dreads, the time when it’s necessary
to consider abandoning the comfort of the familiar
for a more practical, age-appropriate living scenario.
to Women: New Perspectives on Negotiation
Negotiation is the way that business gets done today.
And women—the newest entrants to the business
world—have powerful insights into the negotiation
processes needed in today’s fast-paced environment.
Your Way to Success
Negotiation is a word that conjures up images of boardrooms,
power plays and attorneys. We often find ourselves
intimidated by the very concept of negotiation, and
we’re overwhelmed before we begin. But, it doesn’t
have to be that way.
Our studies show that women are much less likely than
men to use negotiation to get ahead and get what they
want. All the negotiation advice in the world is useless
if you never get to the bargaining table in the first
place.Learn to ask!
in Sales: 5 Ways to Eliminate Gender as a Factor
As sales professionals, women often face unfounded
gender bias when competing for business in the boardrooms
of America. When encountering Senior Executives as
prospects, your objective is to move the sales process
forward, while not allowing any preconceived gender
bias to get in the way of your success.
Getting Off The Corporate Ladder?
If You Want To Be A Consultant - 10 Secrets for Success
If you’re considering leaving the safety net
of a steady paycheck and venturing into the world
of consulting: working in your jammies, playing tennis
every morning, and of course, the chance to triple
your income. All these options can become your reality
if you know the 10 secrets to success and the pitfalls
The "B" Word
Prepare To Balance The Budget
Are you tired of asking your bank account to
give you more than it has to give? Today is the day
that the torture becomes history. Take up your pencil
and prepare to balance the budget.
Be the Captain of Your Financial Life
According to the National Center for Women and
Retirement Research, as many as 9 out of 10 women
will be solely responsible for their finances at some
point in their lives. The consequences of such circumstances
can financially cripple many women.
Women's Choices for the Gender Pay Gap
Attributing women’s lower pay to their own lifestyle
choices is seductive. At first blush, this argument
sounds reasonable. However, a closer look reveals
that the language of “choice” obscures
larger social forces that maintain the wage gap and
the very real constraints under which women labor.
the Gender Gap in Wages
Women are winning the numbers game in the workforce.
They now fill almost half of the country’s managerial
jobs. Despite equal representation among the ranks
of wage earners, however, women continue to come up
short in their paychecks.
Gender Wage Gap: Debunking the Rationalizations
Higher levels of education increase women’s
earnings, just as they do for men. However, there
is no evidence that the gender gap in wages closes
at higher levels of education. If anything, the reverse
is true: at the very highest levels of education,
the gap is at its largest.
Wage Gap: Are you paid as much as a man if he had
Women working full time still earn only 77 cents for
every full-time male dollar. If you’re a woman,
what would you do with that extra 23 cents—an
increase of nearly one-third on top of your current
77-cent paycheck—a raise that brought you up
even with men?