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Nice Girls Don't Get Rich (häftad)

Nice Girls Don't Get Rich

75 Unavoidable Mistakes Women Make with Money

Häftad, Engelska, 2014-01-28

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In NICE GIRLS DON'T GET RICH, Dr. Frankel offers women financial and investment advice for succeeding in life. Although women may not know it, certain behaviors and habits that they learned when they were girls are now preventing them from attaining financial fulfillment, such as: depending on men for financial advice and/or support, mistaking negotiation for confrontation, fear of math and numbers, spending indiscriminately, playing it safe and operating on financial autopilot. But unlike the many books written by financial professionals, this book isn't just about financial planning --it's about financial thinking. As a psychologist and successful business woman, Frankel examines the myths and messages women learn over time that prevent them from reaping the same financial rewards as men. Based on hundreds of interviews with ordinary women and financial experts, NICE GIRLS DON'T GET RICH points out the most common financial mistakes women make and recommends actions to achieve a life free from financial angst
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Lois P. Frankel, Ph.D. is President of Corporate Coaching International. She is the author of several books, including Overcoming Your Strengths, which was named by Fast Company magazine as 'the best unsung business book of the year' in 1997.