Brown Ambition is Dirty 30! Has it really been 30 episodes? Thank you SO much for your support. If you haven't yet, PLEASE leave us a review on iTunes! It's the best way for more folks to find their way to the BA Fam. On this week's show, we introduce a new segment: Brown Boost. We also tackle a question from a listener who says she feels like an imposter at her job and needs help building confidence.
Happy Springtime BA Fam! Here's what we cover in this week's episode: -Zootopia: how this Disney flick manages to somehow have Black Lives Matter undertones while also being the funniest, heartwarmingest movie ever. -The sexist message behind telling women to SMILE (you know who you are) -Today's tip: Should you buy a house with a guy you aren't married to? -Tiffany's book suggestion: Launch by Jeff Walker -Mandi's book suggestion: All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister
We're baaaaack! On this week's episode, Tiffany shares everything you need to know about the launch of her Live Richer Academy (http://livericheracademy.com/). These are 7 online learn-as-you-go courses featuring experts Tiffany has hand-picked to teach you more about investing, buying stock, budgeting, building credit, student loans and managing finances in relationships. All of these amazing courses are only $9.99. No, but for real. $9.99! For less than the cost of a mediocre burrito bowl, you can learn how to manage your finances, invest like a boss and, of course, LIVE RICHER. (And now you know why we love us some Budgetnista!) In other news, we're always looking for career and finance questions so email us at email@example.com!
We're back with a brand new episode! Bear with us as we get back in the groove after taking a little time off so Mandi could get some much-needed R&R. Do y'all have any summer or spring vacays you're saving up for? let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget to send us your money and career questions! On today's show we tackle two big ones: How do you turn down a family member who asks for money? and Is it OK to have a separate savings account from your partner?