For bodacious womenpreneurs who want to make more money and have more fun!

I know I’m showing my age, but I just loved Joan Rivers’ ‘Can we Talk?” monologues back in the 1980’s.  And, what a great question to ask womenpreneurs —  can we talk about money?  I don’t know about you, but as I was growing up, talking about ‘money’ pretty much involved conversations about what we couldn’t afford, which bills had to be paid, how much cash was on hand, and some serious ‘shush-ing’ when I asked questions about how much money we had.  All of these experiences formed my thoughts, ideas, feelings and habits when it came to money.

Today, we’ve got several money gurus who are leading money conversations — Dave Ramsey, Suze Orman and others.  But….what about you?  Who do you have money conversations with?  How do they go?  If you’re not talking about your money, why not?  Are you satisfied with your current financial situation?  Do you feel as though the situation is hopeless?

Here’s a great opportunity for you to step out and try something new.  I’m extending an invitation to YOU to talk about money in the month of March.  We can ‘talk’ through this blog, through my FB posts, or even one-to-one.  Your choice.  If you’re not comfortable talking about money publicly, please send me a private message at jeanmorehouse@gmail.com or through my Facebook page, Tips for Success in Business and Life.  All I ask is that you allow me to share your comment anonymously.

It’s time.  Time to have real conversations about money so you can pay off your debt, take control of your finances, generate more income, end the money drama, get off the money roller coaster, make more money and have more fun.  Will you join me?  Can we talk about money?

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