In this episode, meet Jill Schlesinger, author of The Dumb Things Smart People Do with Their Money; Cynthia Johnson, author of Platform; and Liz Fosslien, author of No Hard Feelings. Be inspired to change the way you think about money, how you might develop a personal brand, and how to recognize and learn from emotions in the workplace thanks to these three authors and the stories they share. And learn the tasty trick one author uses to help her pronounce â€śniche.â€ť
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Pinpoint your biggest money blind spots and take control of your finances with these tools from CBS News Business Analyst and host of the nationally syndicated radio show Jill on Money.
â€śCommon sense is not always common, especially when it comes to managing your money. Consider Jill Schlesingerâ€™s book your guide to all the things you should know about money but were never taught. After reading it, youâ€™ll be smarter, wiser, and maybe even wealthier.â€ťâ€”Chris Guillebeau, author of Side Hustle and The $100 Startup
In the modern world, influence is everything and personal branding equals influence. Platform is the why-to, how-to handbook by top expert Cynthia Johnson for everyone who wants to develop and manage a personal brand.
â€śWho sees you and what do they see? Here are wise strategies and useful tactics that will help you make an impact.â€ť â€”Seth Godin, author of This Is Marketing
A hilarious guide to effectively expressing your emotions at the office, finding fulfillment, and defining work-life balance on your own terms.
â€śNo Hard Feelings is both a charming, sparkling read and a clear-eyed roadmap to harnessing the things that make us most human into tools that will make you more productive, effective, and happier at work. A must read for every leader and every aspiring leader.â€ť –Laszlo Bock, CEO of Humu and author of Work Rules!
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