In a recent #SoMoney conversation with Harvard professor Daniel Shapiro, author of the new book, “Negotiating the Nonnegotiable,” we learn why pretending to be the person on the receiving end of your request for more money (or a promotion) is the single most powerful step we can take to master the art of negotiation.
The editors at Business Insider gave me one of the toughest assignments to date: boil down your best financial advice into 9 tips.
In the August issue of Money Magazine my article, “The Right Way to Give an Allowance,” discusses how allowances are evolving. No more financial rewards for doing chores. Instead, kids are encouraged to be entrepreneurial, identify needs around the house and negotiate their pay.
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When She Makes More received a very thoughtful and balanced review on Forbes.com, written by staff writer Susan Adams.
This year the public awareness event is receiving what seems to be unprecedented media attention, as the country and key influencers make gender pay equality a top priority.
Ask and ye shall receive. Many of you emailed me to ask what might be some ways to earn more money – without waiting around for a raise. These are some of my favorite online money-making strategies.
The gender pay gap has stalled in recent years, with women still earning 77 cents for every dollar a man makes in the workplace, the same as in 2011. And get this: even when we are our own bosses, we sell ourselves short.
From the way you present yourself at meetings to how you engage in conversation with co-workers, corporate consultant and TV personality Mark Jeffries and I joined the Today show this morning for some important take-aways that can help us make smarter decisions at work.
Going to the drugstore to pick up some cold medicine and want earn cash while you’re at it? There’s an app for that.