Sallie Krawcheck

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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.
Mar 19 2017
Sallie Krawcheck has most recently been quoted in an article called 6 traits make women irreplaceable in tomorrow’s work world, says ex-Wall Street titan Sallie Krawcheck. Sallie Krawcheck said, “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.”. Sallie Krawcheck has been quoted a grand total of 19 times in 4 articles.
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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.

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

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.

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.

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

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.

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

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