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Host Valerie Zaric is a mother on a journey for financial independence. She is helping other parents do the same. In this show, we focus on making more money and spending less, so we can focus on what really matters to us. Learn more at valeriezaric.com
 
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Whether you call it an MLM, pyramid scheme, or network marketing, everyone has opinions on this type of business. I am personally very hesitant to recommend this type of business model because the data shows that the vast majority of business owners make minimal money (if any at all). Lots of women want to work from home, and it's easy to get sucke…
 
I realized the reason why many of you listeners are stressed about your career is because you're worried about MONEY. I'm pivoting the show to provide you resources on how to make more and spend less so you can reach financial independence. I'm going on this journey with you. You can watch my YouTube channel at Family Money TV.…
 
In this episode, Matt Ward talks about why referrals are important, and how to get them. Resources and links: Matt Ward's website Tags: sales, referrals, referral marketing, marketing tips, sales tips, matt ward, Massachusetts entrepreneur저자 Valerie Zaric / Matt Ward
 
In this episode, Michelle Arpin Begina talks about her experiences with money growing up. She uses this experience to help professional women step into financial freedom from a place of confidence. We also talk about raising kids with a healthy money mindset, how to talk about money productively, finding the qualities that have made you successful …
 
This is a super short mini episode where I give you an update on where the show's going. I'm also strategizing what topics and content to feature for the rest of the year. Some of these topics include: Making more money (Who doesn't want that!?) Getting unstuck Incorporating some "fun" episodes - I'm not sure what that means yet. I'm also consideri…
 
Find a mentor, but don't listen to everyone Be intentional about dating. This will impact your future so much. It’s a marathon, not a sprint. You'll be working for years, so don't burn out in your first few years as an employee. Ditch perfectionism. You're not "getting graded" anymore, so stop trying to get 100% scores. Be authentic - You don’t hav…
 
Here's another blast-from-the-past episode. In this interview with Michelle Rajotte, we discuss: Why you should act with authenticity. Examples of some big life changes that Total Leadership inspired. Leaders can work successfully and efficiently, but you should also find room for the other domains of your life: home, community, and self. The impor…
 
In this interview, we talk about: Emotional intelligence (like optimism, stress management, regulating emotions, and the willingness to be vulnerable) Neuro-atypicality Why you should learn something new when you start feeling burnt out. Resources and Links Mentioned: The New Golden Rule: The Professional Perfectionist’s Guide to Greater Emotional …
 
Our guest, Krystal Miranda, from Enhance My Digital talks about her career in online marketing. We talked about: How the pandemic has impacted the online business world How realistic it is that any of us could start working online permanently How to ensure we’re being ethical as business owners And more! Links Enhance My Digital Website Krystal's I…
 
In this episode, Valerie talks about navigating office politics. What is office politics exactly? When should you try to just avoid it? Forbes published some tips recently and Valerie elaborates How to be strategic when dealing with office politics. Resources and Links 11 Helpful Strategies For Navigating Office Politics - Forbes Connect with Valer…
 
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 106 of FPC. So many of the issues we talk about on this show - making more money, networking, communicating - all require some level of confidence. Confidence in your abilities and knowledge, in your appearance - it’s all the foundation of not only career success but also enjoying your career. Our guest today, …
 
In this episode, Latasha James talks about: How she transitioned out of Corporate, even though she had a great job. How realistic it is to start a successful YouTube channel in 2021 When should an entrepreneur hire a social media manager? Links and Resources: latashajames.com Latasha James - YouTube Connect with Valerie on LinkedIn…
 
What are the benefits of beauty at work? How does it play a role in our work life? Can being beautiful actually harm your career? Resources and Links: Connect with Valerie on LinkedIn Check out my new app - HireNewbies! Forbes article: Science Asks: Do Pretty People Really Make More Money? Business Insider article: 11 scientific reasons why attract…
 
In this episode, we talked about: Anna's career journey and how she became an employment and quality-of-life solutions advocate on behalf of people with disabilities Unique concerns people with disabilities have when job searching Why employers benefit from hiring people with disabilities And more! Resources and Links: Anna's book: Don't Ask Permis…
 
Valerie's been open about failing at many of her business ventures in the past. She is now taking a course on how to build an app and talks about her journey so far. HireNewbies is an online platform that helps new creative entrepreneurs find their first clients by offering a slightly lower rate than established pros. By joining the site, you also …
 
Career advice we’re often given is “be yourself" and “just be authentic,” but what does that mean exactly? In this episode our guest Sara Schneider joins us to talk about: How do you trust yourself that you’re showing up in the right way? If you’re a woman, should you try to act like a man when you work in a male dominated industry? Should we show …
 
In this show, we talk about how to deal with a toxic work environment from an HR perspective, whistle blowing, pay inequality and more. Denise Cooper is the Founder and CEO of Remarkable Leadership Lessons, a company founded over 10 years ago to assist C-suite, senior-level business leaders, and managers in raising their game as contributors to pro…
 
In this episode, Valerie talks about: What she has learned personally and professionally She recommends building in a "buffer" with your schedule Moving to Mondays an Wednesdays for uploads (no longer Friday) Some of her favorite episodes! Thanks to everyone who has listened to the show and become part of the community! Get notifications for my app…
 
This is a replay episode from 9/2020. If you are interested in getting involved in politics, Senator Roys suggests starting with local government. Political leaders are much more accessible, and you can have a large impact. "You don’t have to be wealthy or well-connected, but you need to have relationships with people who want to help you." We talk…
 
On our show today, we talk about something that not many people want to talk about or think is a possibility of something that will ever happen in their lives - divorce. Our guest today, Andrea Hipps is a divorce coach. We talk about how divorce can impact you and your career and what the three different phases are. It’s a reality for so many. We a…
 
The Networking Queen (Julie Brown) gives some great networking tips: How to prepare for a networking event How to network in a genuine way Why you need to network if you want to improve your career Why and how ANYONE can network (not just Ivy League folks) What to wear to networking events And more! Resources and Links: This Shit Works podcast Juli…
 
In this episode, we talk about: Why mothers are important in the workplace and why companies should have supportive family leave policies How to find a position with good work-life balance What type of work arrangement makes working mothers the happiest Why family leave policies impact everybody How being busy does not equal being productive Resour…
 
Our friend KJ Nasrul is back to talk about silence and: Why it makes us feel uncomfortable Why and how to embrace it at work How KJ works with it in her therapy work Resources and Links Blissbeginswithin.com Stories of Astonishing Light podcast KJ's FPC episode on Handling Stress Disclaimer: The Wellness Tips provides general information and discus…
 
So many women are held back in their careers because they feel self conscious about their physical appearance. Juliana Leamen, the creator of Naturally Joyous, is a Mind-Body Weight Release Expert, Nutritionist & Podcaster helps women over 40 regain their confidence. In this episode, we talk about confidence, body acceptance, and how we may be usin…
 
Lynn Power joins FPC to talk about how she made it into the C-Suite in advertising and how she pivoted into entrepreneurship by starting a clean hair company (MASAMI). Resources and Links: MasamiHair's website - Use Promo Code FutureProof for 15% off! Masami Hair on IG Connect with Valerie on IG Connect with Valerie on LinkedIn…
 
In this interview we talk about how Jhoanny and her family built a restaurant empire in NYC and how she started teaching other women how they can do the same. Links and Resources Jhoannie's Instagram Jhoanny's website Jhoanny's free 30 min restaurant clarity session Connect with Valerie on LinkedIn Tags: restaurant, entrepreneurship, open a restaur…
 
In this episode, Edyta Satchell (America's Wellness Expert) talks about how to look and feel your best when you travel for work. Links and resources: Inglot cosmetics EdytaSatchell.com SatchelleGlobal.com Connect with Valerie on LinkedIn Tags: travel, work travel, corporate travel, wellness tips, career women, makeup tips, inglot makeup, face masks…
 
In this episode, Valerie talks about what F-You money is and how to get some! Links and Resources: Paula Pant's Afford Anything podcast episode with J.D. Roth Connect with Valerie on LinkedIn Dave Ramsey on Financial Freedom Tags: financial independence, F-You Money, career, personal finance, FIRE movement, Financial Independence Retire Early, care…
 
Latoya Leslie has found a way to merge her work experience and education in a way that is making a difference. She’s a Social Impact Entrepreneur, Tech & Music Enthusiast, Visionary, Humanitarian, and Founder. Latoya is a former Big Data Account Manager for Ad-tech companies. She supports data-driven companies with activating their data to better s…
 
Alexis Perkins is a serial entrepreneur who likes to plant seeds in different business ideas, water them with her energy and grit, and then watch them grow. She is currently the Founder and Creative Director of Chair One Fitness. Their mission is to break down boundaries making fun fitness options available to anyone no matter their age or ability.…
 
In this episode, Valerie talks about failure. Valerie's first memory of failing (1990 Hop-A-Thon!) Not all failures are created equally What is a failure really? Lessons learned documents are critical Resources and Links: Valerie's LinkedIn Valerie's Instagram Tags: Career, Entrepreneurship, Failure, Soft Skills, Emotional Intelligence, Resiliency…
 
In this episode, Jenna Atkinson talks about: Why she started the P5 project and how she got some notable leaders involved (i.e., Mark Cuban, Arlan Hamilton) How her money mindset has evolved and how she has overcome some negative money thoughts. Why women need to dream big and how to make significant life changes. Resources and Links: P5 Project Je…
 
In this episode, Valerie has one of her coaches and mentors on the show to celebrate International Women's Day! Laura Gmeinder talks about: How to overcome self doubt Her career journey, and why she chose to pivot out of HR after a 14-year corporate career How other women have helped support her in her career How you know when it's time to make a c…
 
In this episode, Valerie gives a quick overview of women at work from Cleopatra, Swedish Vikings, Rosie the Riveter to modern times. Links and Resources The truth behind Egypt’s female pharaohs and their power Viking warrior found in Sweden was indeed a woman The Simple Truth About the Gender Pay Gap Top Female Leaders Around the World Women of the…
 
Jena Viviano Dunay is someone I've looked up to in the career development space for a while now, and it was an honor having her on the show! In this episode we talked about: Jena's career journey from Wall Street to entrepreneurship Why and how to take a sabbatical from work How LinkedIn has helped her personal and professional life Resources and L…
 
Martha Sullivan doesn't fit the mold of your traditional CPA (she doesn't do taxes)! In this interview we talk about: Why she decided to get her CPA after being in Information Systems How to find a C-Suite position Why everyone (regardless of role) needs to know how their company makes money The future of the accounting industry The importance of l…
 
In this episode, Valerie talks about: How much do MBAs cost? The difference between an EMBA and an MBA Scenarios where getting an MBA makes sense and when it doesn't Follow Valerie on LinkedIn Valerie on IG Links and Resources: How Economic Forces Shape the MBA Pipeline Georgia Southwestern State University MBA Program MBA vs. Executive MBA: What's…
 
We continue MBA Week by talking to Rochele Rosa who recently got her MBA. On the show today, we talk about: Rochele's experience getting her MBA right out of her undergrad What it was like going to a community college before getting her bachelor's degree What it was like interning in NYC How all of this experience has influenced her work in PR and …
 
In this episode, Linda Abraham talks about: Her history starting an Internet business in the '90s. How and when high school students should start preparing for college. How to decide if an MBA is worth it for you. Resources and Links Accepted.com Linda's Facebook Linda's Instagram Linda's Linkedin Download the free guide: How to Create a Competitiv…
 
In this episode, Valerie answers three questions: How do you pivot out of the library field after you've gotten your master's degree in library and information science (MLIS)? (5:05) I just saw my coworker jogging after he called in sick. Should I tell our boss? (10:40) I just learned that a coworker makes $20k more than me. What do I do? (11:40) C…
 
In this episode, Fawn and Matt Anderson talk about the loneliness epidemic and why they're spreading the message of friendliness. We talk about: The different types of friendships you can have Why the loneliness epidemic is concerning and what you can do to connect Matt's career advice for those in IT Resources and Links OurFriendlyWorld.com Our Fr…
 
In this episode, Perez Hilton talks about: How his insane work ethic has helped him stay a household name 17 years after launching his business (PerezHilton.com). His financial and business tips for young influencers today. The steps he recommends new businesses take to grow at a reasonable pace. Links and Resources: PerezHilton.com The Perez Hilto…
 
It's important to be strategic when looking for a new role. 1. You have to figure out what you want to do and find those job descriptions. Don’t waste your time looking at job descriptions of jobs that you really have no interest in. Also be realistic. If you’re an entry level worker now, it probably doesn’t make sense to take the time reading thro…
 
In this episode, we talk about specific and actionable ways to make more money and land your dream job. Our guest today, Claudia Miller started her career like many people do: in an entry level role, not loving her job, and barely making any money. But unlike many of her colleagues at that time, she wasn’t willing to settle. That’s when she started…
 
In this interview, we talk about: Melanie Wexler's experience quitting a toxic job and what advice she gives to people who are in the same situation How to know that your job is toxic Some information on how the Applicant Tracking System works What her thoughts are on cover letters Melanie Wexler draws heavily from 17 years of recruiting and staffi…
 
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