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Understanding money isn’t about being rich or getting rich quick, it is about independence and freedom of choice. You are not alone as you struggle with being the perfect wife, mother, daughter, daughter-in-law, and all the other traditional roles assigned to us by our cultures. These pressures can feel overwhelming, and when we add the demands of a career on top of it all, many women choose to pass on dealing with money issues until they are forced to. And that is not the best time to learn.Here we explore the stories of other women and how they have handled the demands of finances, family, and career. We talk about falling short of perfection, but also lessons learned and the best advice our peers have to offer for financial security and putting our perceived failures in their proper place.My mission is to take away the stigmas attached to women and money. To make a difference in the lives of women by providing financial clarity and freedom. And it is my hope that the women listening will see that it is possible for them to take control of their financial destinies either by themselves or by having an outside partner they trust with their finances.Personal finance is NOT the exclusive domain of men, women were not born with any more or less ignorance about money. Finance is NOT a foreign language (it is quite basic, really). Armed with some basic knowledge about money, you gain independence and freedom of choice. Freedom to leave a bad marriage, freedom to ask for a raise and not fear loss of a job, freedom to make choices after the death of a spouse and not be reliant on our children, confidence to retire with a plan that allows for us to have a life we love.The choice is yours.

Understanding money isn’t about being rich or getting rich quick, it is about independence and freedom of choice. You are not alone as you struggle with being the perfect wife, mother, daughter, daughter-in-law, and all the other traditional roles assigned to us by our cultures. These pressures can feel overwhelming, and when we add the demands of a career on top of it all, many women choose to pass on dealing with money issues until they are forced to. And that is not the best time to learn.Here we explore the stories of other women and how they have handled the demands of finances, family, and career. We talk about falling short of perfection, but also lessons learned and the best advice our peers have to offer for financial security and putting our perceived failures in their proper place.My mission is to take away the stigmas attached to women and money. To make a difference in the lives of women by providing financial clarity and freedom. And it is my hope that the women listening will see that it is possible for them to take control of their financial destinies either by themselves or by having an outside partner they trust with their finances.Personal finance is NOT the exclusive domain of men, women were not born with any more or less ignorance about money. Finance is NOT a foreign language (it is quite basic, really). Armed with some basic knowledge about money, you gain independence and freedom of choice. Freedom to leave a bad marriage, freedom to ask for a raise and not fear loss of a job, freedom to make choices after the death of a spouse and not be reliant on our children, confidence to retire with a plan that allows for us to have a life we love.The choice is yours.

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Understanding money isn’t about being rich or getting rich quick, it is about independence and freedom of choice. You are not alone as you struggle with being the perfect wife, mother, daughter, daughter-in-law, and all the other traditional roles assigned to us by our cultures. These pressures can feel overwhelming, and when we add the demands of a career on top of it all, many women choose to pass on dealing with money issues until they are forced to. And that is not the best time to learn.Here we explore the stories of other women and how they have handled the demands of finances, family, and career. We talk about falling short of perfection, but also lessons learned and the best advice our peers have to offer for financial security and putting our perceived failures in their proper place.My mission is to take away the stigmas attached to women and money. To make a difference in the lives of women by providing financial clarity and freedom. And it is my hope that the women listening will see that it is possible for them to take control of their financial destinies either by themselves or by having an outside partner they trust with their finances.Personal finance is NOT the exclusive domain of men, women were not born with any more or less ignorance about money. Finance is NOT a foreign language (it is quite basic, really). Armed with some basic knowledge about money, you gain independence and freedom of choice. Freedom to leave a bad marriage, freedom to ask for a raise and not fear loss of a job, freedom to make choices after the death of a spouse and not be reliant on our children, confidence to retire with a plan that allows for us to have a life we love.The choice is yours.

Language:

English

Contact:

877-260-5720 x 4


Episodes

Episode 89: Doctor Me First

11/24/2020
Today on Power of the Purse, I’m talking to Errin Weisman, DO, a life coach, podcaster, and fierce wellness advocate who helps inspire female physicians and working moms to do the work they love and absolutely love life. She reminds us that change is possible; the goal is to have a joyful and sustainable career. In this breathtaking … Continue reading Episode 89: Doctor Me First →

Duration:00:38:51

Episode 88: Financial Fitness: The Younger Our Kids Learn About Money The Better

11/17/2020
Financial Fitness Trainer Tracey Bissett joins us to explain how financial health can be improved just like physical health… and the practical building blocks to do so. She’s a passionate believer that financial literacy is a fundamental life skill, and preaches the lessons she has learned in her 20 years of experience in finance. Tracey … Continue reading Episode 88: Financial Fitness: The Younger Our Kids Learn About Money The Better →

Duration:00:37:03

Episode 87: Making a Commitment To Helping Others with Bari Zahn

11/4/2020
Bari Zahn operates as a tax attorney, business advisor, and General Counsel and has represented a broad array of multinational clients on U.S. and Cross-Border transactions across all industry sectors. Bari reveals what motivated her to become an attorney. She was inspired to harness the law and use it to make meaningful changes in other … Continue reading Episode 87: Making a Commitment To Helping Others with Bari Zahn →

Duration:00:37:29

Episode 86: A Badass Woman with A Purpose

7/7/2020
Mary Crafts chats with us about making decisions out of love rather than fear. Mary Crafts built what would become the most renowned catering company in Utah. That multi-million dollar empire became the launching pad for so much more. Mary reminds us that it doesn’t matter how many people believe in us; we need to … Continue reading Episode 86: A Badass Woman with A Purpose →

Duration:00:43:40

Episode 85: The Power of Women Giving as One with Wendy Steele

6/24/2020
Wendy Steele reminds us that this country started as men being the breadwinners and women staying at home to raise the kids. When women had more time on their hands, they volunteered, rolled up their sleeves, and did the work. We do so much better, and we get so much more out of our generosity … Continue reading Episode 85: The Power of Women Giving as One with Wendy Steele →

Duration:00:31:33

Episode 84: Why Did I Come Into This Room? A Candid Conversation About Aging

6/18/2020
Joan Lunden shares her personal stories and expertise as both a Boomer woman and an accomplished television personality of over 20 years. Joan starts off by talking about life in the spotlight. Being highly recognizable and appearing on national television every day meant that Joan was not your average working mom! Through intention, organization, and … Continue reading Episode 84: Why Did I Come Into This Room? A Candid Conversation About Aging →

Duration:00:59:41

Episode 83: Women on Top…of the Money Game

6/11/2020
Isn’t it time you used your wealth to make a difference in the world? Haleh Moddasser shares her personal stories and professional expertise as both a Boomer woman and an accomplished wealth management adviser. Haleh brings insights that resonate with women of means who long for a way to make a BIG difference in this … Continue reading Episode 83: Women on Top…of the Money Game →

Duration:00:34:22

Episode 82: Planning for Financial Independence with Haleh Moddasser

2/19/2020
Episode 82: Haleh Moddasser chats with us about how women can plan for financial independence, utilize our control of our wealth, and create change in a man-centric world. Haleh Moddasser, author of “Gray Divorce, Silver Linings: A Woman’s Guide to Divorce After 50” and Senior Vice President of Stearns Financial Group is here to bring … Continue reading Episode 82: Planning for Financial Independence with Haleh Moddasser →

Duration:00:33:32

Episode 81: Nancy Giere gives us a comic take on life, dating, business, and success

12/11/2019
Nancy Giere is a motivational speaker, voice-over performer, and comedic entrepreneur who’s Sicilan background has bred a lifelong commitment to finding the humor in all things. She is also the host of “Laugh at First Swipe”, a podcast that explores funny stories related to dating in the digital age. Over the year’s Nancy’s experience has … Continue reading Episode 81: Nancy Giere gives us a comic take on life, dating, business, and success →

Duration:00:34:52

Episode 80: Marguerita Cheng explains how women belong in the financial world and sheds light on the 4 things we should teach our children to ensure their financial literacy

11/27/2019
Marguerita Cheng is the Chief Executive Officer at Blue Ocean Global Wealth. She’s the spokesperson for the AARP Financial Freedom Campaign and has a long list of credentials that make her an expert in the financial planning world. Besides that, she has been lucky enough to gain some financial wisdom at a young age from … Continue reading Episode 80: Marguerita Cheng explains how women belong in the financial world and sheds light on the 4 things we should teach our children to ensure their...

Duration:00:44:06

Episode 79: Bill Borton explains the top 5 mistakes people make when planning for retirement

10/16/2019
Retirement takes a great deal of planning. Thinking about retirement can be overwhelming because there are many financial decisions that need to be made–because you don’t want your money to run out before you do. Maybe you are worried that you will make less than favorable decisions about how you will create a financially secure … Continue reading Episode 79: Bill Borton explains the top 5 mistakes people make when planning for retirement →

Duration:00:38:45

Episode 78 – Achieving Success by Combining Your Strengths and Passions with Nicole Jansen

9/26/2019
Have you been looking for a way to do what you love, tap into your authentic self and achieve success–both monetarily and personally? Today’s episode will inspire you to look for ways to recognize your strengths and passion to help you achieve the outcomes you desire. Lynn speaks with Nicole Jansen, a Human Behavior Specialist, … Continue reading Episode 78 – Achieving Success by Combining Your Strengths and Passions with Nicole Jansen →

Duration:00:39:23

Episode 77 – Transitioning from spectator to motivator with guest Angela Marshall

9/11/2019
Lynn speaks with Angela Marshall, also known as Author Stone, who a native of Augusta, Georgia, an entrepreneur and positive words powerhouse. She is also the author of “Reality to Rags to Riches; The Story and Life of an Ex NFL Wife.” Lynn and Angela discuss Angela’s experiences as an NFL wife, how she has … Continue reading Episode 77 – Transitioning from spectator to motivator with guest Angela Marshall →

Duration:00:39:07

Episode 76 – How to relocate or downsize without the stress with guest Lori Ligorio

8/16/2019
If you are ready to move into your second home because of retirement or perhaps a parent has passed and you are tasked with selling their house (and trying to figure out what to do with 50 years accumulated possessions), you may be feeling overwhelmed and thinking, “I NEED HELP!” Today’s episode is sure to … Continue reading Episode 76 – How to relocate or downsize without the stress with guest Lori Ligorio →

Duration:00:33:03

Episode 75 – Dr. Jen Caudle discusses bullying, addictions and what the medical community is doing about it

8/2/2019
Lynn sits down with Dr. Jen Caudle, a board-certified Family Medicine physician and Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Rowan University-School of Osteopathic Medicine. She appears as a regular on-air health expert for local and national news networks, including The TODAY Show, The Dr. Oz Show, CNN, FOX News, Rachael Ray Show, … Continue reading Episode 75 – Dr. Jen Caudle discusses bullying, addictions and what the medical community is doing about it →

Duration:00:48:34

Episode 74 -Creating A Life Portfolio with Anna Rappaport

7/20/2019
Lynn’s guest is Anna Rappaport, and an internationally recognized consultant, speaker, and author on strategies for a secure retirement and aging workforce issues. Anna had a 28 year career with Mercer Human Resources Consulting where she was a worldwide partner. She started Anna Rappaport Consulting in 2005. She is a Fellow of the Society of … Continue reading Episode 74 -Creating A Life Portfolio with Anna Rappaport →

Duration:00:43:31

Episode 73 – Transitioning From Working Life To A Retirement Lifestyle

6/14/2019
Lynn sits down with Autumn Nessler, a certified retirement options coach, who specializes in assisting women who are transitioning from their working life to a retirement lifestyle of their own design. Autumn’s company is An Intentional Life LLC and its approach is to help women understand that retirement is more than just having enough money. … Continue reading Episode 73 – Transitioning From Working Life To A Retirement Lifestyle →

Duration:00:44:01

Episode 72 – The Positive Way to Separate

5/5/2019
Lynn sits down with Gabrielle Hartley, an attorney, coach mediator and author to discuss Gabrielle’s unique approach to divorce which is outlined in her book, Better Apart: The Radically Positive Way to Separate. Her approach to handling divorce combines the healing power of meditation and yoga with the difficulty and often unpredictability of divorce. With … Continue reading Episode 72 – The Positive Way to Separate →

Duration:00:28:31

Episode 71 – Five Mistakes Women Make During a Divorce

2/20/2019
Keeping the family home instead of taking other types of compensation might feel right, but, believe it or not, it’s one of the five most common mistakes women make during the divorce process. Today, Lynn S. Evans unpacks five common mistakes women make when getting a divorce, covering content from her book, Power of the … Continue reading Episode 71 – Five Mistakes Women Make During a Divorce →

Duration:00:29:23

Episode 70 – Reflections

2/7/2019
Over the last two and a half years, Lynn S. Evans has shared the mic with baby boomer women who’ve taken control of their money, braved life’s transitions with humor and grace, and have become thought leaders in male-dominated industries. Today, Lynn revisits the stories that have stuck with her the most, along with … Continue reading Episode 70 – Reflections →

Duration:00:30:47