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Try not to run up credit card debt over the holidays because it's outrageously expensive. Homemade gifts are amazing! What's wrong with that or making some cookies?feedback
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Nov 20 2017
Sallie Krawcheck has most recently been quoted in an article called 3 ways to get your finances in order before the end of the year. Sallie Krawcheck said, “You want to make sure, that if at all possible, you are working on things that are important to the department, not the tangential unimportant stuff. The more you can get yourself on projects that are important to the company and kick ass over the next year, the better positions you will have for it.”. Sallie Krawcheck has been quoted a grand total of 39 times in 15 articles.
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Jun 19 2017

In one of my 360-degree performance reviews, I was told I was both too aggressive and not assertive enough – that 'my voice' was both too loud and not loud enough. (So much for the advice to 'speak up more loudly.') When I asked my boss how to interpret this and to help me to navigate through it, he told me it was up to me to figure it out.feedback

Jun 19 2017

In almost every women's group I speak to, the questions of 'How can I be heard at work?' or 'How did you manage to be heard in a male environment?' are asked. Being heard is, after all, a key precondition for being recognized at work, for getting that raise, for moving ahead, for getting promoted.feedback

May 23 2017

Most of us learn our money habits from our parents, and more often than not, there can be negativity around money. If women suffer from a gender pay gap, how do we close it without knowing that we have one, how much it is, how much we should be asking our boss for and what approaches worked for others in the past? One of the biggest mistakes I've seen people make is that they treat 'getting a raise' as a once a year exercise. As a result, they don't properly set the groundwork for their raise in advance.feedback

May 20 2017 - Women

What it comes down to is women retire with two-thirds the money as men, and women live 5 to 8 years longer. It is the woman who at the end of her life, is left trying to figure out how much money she can spend so she doesn't run out before she dies.feedback

May 18 2017

Set aside a bit of every paycheck for investing, even if it's just one percent. Whether it's through an individual retirement account [IRA] you set up on your own, a 401(k) through work or a regular investment account, just invest regularly. Since you're young, these recurring deposits will help put the power of compounding to work for you. That means you earn returns on the money you invest, and you also earn returns on those returns over time.feedback

May 02 2017 - Trump Presidency

I'm over the work-life balance question. I'm over it because it's impossible to maintain, anyway, for more than six minutes. There was no work-life balance, on the one hand, when I was the CEO of Smith Barney; and there was no work-life balance when my daughter was out of school for months with a concussion ... instead of discussing work-life balance, our conversations around my work are: 'What difference am I making through my work? What impact am I having?feedback

May 02 2017 - Trump Presidency

It's a question so many women don't get to ask themselves, if they are working three shifts to keep their families above water. I'm over it because I recognize that it's a question that my daughter may not be able to ask herself when she enters the workforce: Given how quickly the business world is changing, she will likely have to navigate a less stable work environment than I have.feedback

Apr 10 2017

If you wait until you feel like you know enough, you're going to wait your life away, I promise you. If you wait until everything is perfect, you're losing money. By keeping your money in the bank you're actually going backwards on an inflation-adjusted basis. You're losing money every day.feedback

Mar 19 2017

It's like money is just this big blob. People think about it conceptually and not in terms of wanting to start a business, retire well, buy a house or have a baby. This is not money to get more money. It's money to do these things. Help me figure out what I can afford and when and what the trade-offs are to getting there.feedback

Jan 27 2017

We are at a major turning point in the role of women at work. Companies that continue to do business 1980s-style will suffer the reverse effects as at an unprecedented rate women flee to work at companies that 'get it' – or start our own. Men tend to work straight through their careers and peak at a somewhat earlier age, while women take more breaks and then can work longer. In this kind of environment, the mindset of lifelong learning will be an increasingly valuable attribute, because this is the mindset that enables us to adapt to change.feedback

Jan 27 2017 - Women

A woman who is being paid fairly and treated well can bring a lot to the workplace. But a woman who has those things and a sense that her work is valuable and [is] making a difference in the world? She's unstoppable.feedback

Jan 27 2017

Faced with complicated decisions, rather than trying to render them in black and white, women flourish in analyzing the shades of gray.feedback

Jan 27 2017

Think about the types of jobs that no robot or algorithm could ever replace. Manager. Psychologist or social worker. Doctor or nurse. Drug counselor. Consultant. Elementary school teacher.feedback

Jan 27 2017

They all rely on intrinsically human traits such as relationship building, empathy and compassion.feedback

Jan 21 2017

The first time it happened, I didn't know what it was. I was like, What is this strange, artistic, squishy-looking distorted thing?feedback

Jan 21 2017

There was a day when one of them walked in on him being serviced, whatever one wants to say, or enjoying himself, with another. It was wild. And I hated every minute of it.feedback

Jan 21 2017

I just didn't even have a conception that you would march yourself into somebody's office and ask that this stop. So I just kept showing up.feedback

Jan 21 2017 - Sexism

That's because if we're not having these conversations, those old gender expectations and beliefs that have in part kept us from moving forward professionally will continue on, unchallenged.feedback

Jan 21 2017

I had to pay rent. This was weeks out of college. New job. Full year lease signed on East 86th Street in New York City. My parents could not afford to pay my rent. I couldn't imagine I could get another job. I really didn't feel like I had a choice.feedback

Jan 21 2017

I was upset. And I was humiliated. And I was embarrassed. And I felt shame. And I knew they didn't want me there.feedback

Dec 22 2016

My net worth was cut, certainly the majority of it was wiped out. Citi's stock went from $53 to less than $1. ... It was my largest asset. You can do the math.feedback

Dec 22 2016

We talked for a period of time about having a prenup, and made the decision not to. It felt like we were negotiating a divorce before we got married.feedback

Dec 22 2016

It is interesting how awkward it is to talk about it, even though I talk about it in the abstract every day.feedback

Dec 22 2016

I knew vaguely how much we had. It's not that I didn't know. It's that I wasn't in control of it.feedback

Dec 22 2016

[I] keep an Excel spreadsheet on my computer where I keep track of what my net worth is, and that makes me feel better.feedback

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