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.
I recently had the unique opportunity to spend several days with John Paul Dejoria, co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems and Patron Tequila to understand the secrets to his success and how he’s managed to build not one, but two billion-dollar businesses. Dejoria allowed me to shadow him, as the first of many entrepreneurs in my new CNBC show, Follow the Leader.
The editors at Business Insider gave me one of the toughest assignments to date: boil down your best financial advice into 9 tips.
Four months into parenthood and I’m experiencing the Baby Effect. I’m not talking about the loss of sleep.
I have and always will understand why some parents choose not to work. But I continue to believe that it’s just not something I will ever choose for myself.
There it was, staring at me right in the face. That thing I always heard existed, but didn’t personally feel until it hit me (quite intensely) last week while traveling for work: MOMMY GUILT.
While we shouldn’t speculate, I do wonder how much their massive income disparity weighed on Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey’s marriage.
I’m excited to announce that J.D. Roth has a brand new 52-week course launching today called Get Rich Slowly: The Unconventional Guide to Mastering Your Money.
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.
If you’re married and you’re the one bringing home the bacon—or most of the bacon, anyway—you may feel that the odds are stacked against your relationship.