Entrepreneur Jamila Souffrant’s Journey to Launch to financial freedom actually started before her red hot podcast and blog. She took a risk on a not-yet-trendy Brooklyn neighborhood called DUMBO early in her adult life, and continues to profit from her smart bet.
Jordan Goodman, America’s Money Answers man shares the story of his first entrepreneurial venture.
He describes how as a child of 12, he saw unused inventory- and a clear demand for it, and put it together. It is a simple story but a great roadmap for aspiring entrepreneurs- or anyone that just wants to learn the basics of how business works.
Pricing is one of the biggest challenges in business - especially when it has to do with figuring out what you yourself are worth. Jean shares her strategy as well as how to manage the emotional side of money management.
Rebecca Jarvis, ABC News Chief Business, Technology and Economics Correspondent, and Host and Managing editor of the “No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis” learned her financial lessons early. But the truth about the value of that education really came to light when she learned what was going on with a dear friend. You will learn why you want Rebecca, and friends like her, on your team.
Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary shares a story about his mother and a secret he learned about after she passed away. The Entrepreneur, who is also behind O’Shares and O’Leary Ventures reveals in the story how his mothers choices informed his investing style, which is heavily focused on dividends.
Even the best money experts can make money mistakes. For nine-time New York Times best-selling author David Bach, it happened in college. It is not that surprising that he got buried in credit card debt. That happens to a lot of students who get tempted by the easy credit available. But after paying off his debt, David went back and did it again!