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Secrets of Six-Figure Women: Surprising Strategies to Up Your Earnings and Change Your Life By Barbara Stanny,

  • Title: Secrets of Six-Figure Women: Surprising Strategies to Up Your Earnings and Change Your Life
  • Author: Barbara Stanny
  • ISBN: 9780060933463
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Quietly and steadily, the number of women making six figures or is increasing and continues to rise at a rate faster than for men From entrepreneurs to corporate executives, from white collar professionals to freelancers and part timers, women are forging careers with considerable financial success.In Secrets of Six Figure Women, Barbara Stanny, journalist, motivatioQuietly and steadily, the number of women making six figures or is increasing and continues to rise at a rate faster than for men From entrepreneurs to corporate executives, from white collar professionals to freelancers and part timers, women are forging careers with considerable financial success.In Secrets of Six Figure Women, Barbara Stanny, journalist, motivational speaker,and financial educator, identifies the seven key strategies of female highearners A Profit Motive, Audacity, Resilience, Encouragement, Self Awareness, Non attachment, and Financial Know How.Based on extensive research and hundreds of interviews, including than 150 women whose annual earnings range from 100,000 to 7 million, Barbara Stanny turns each of the six figure traits into a specific strategy for upping earnings By rigorously fine tuning them, readers can, step by step, climb the income ladder.
    Secrets of Six Figure Women Surprising Strategies to Up Your Earnings and Change Your Life Quietly and steadily the number of women making six figures or is increasing and continues to rise at a rate faster than for men From entrepreneurs to corporate executives from white collar professi

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    1. Good book I initially thought I d just skim it as a quick and easy self help book, but it actually offers a substantial amount of material that prompts self reflection, as well as useful references to other material This book is as much about developing and projecting belief in oneself as it is about earning power, and it s as applicable to men who may also fall into the under earner trap The author notes that under earning doesn t necessarily mean low pay but really means earning less than your [...]

    2. I gave this only 4 stars, instead of 5, because I didn t think it was the best written book I ve come across However, I found the content to be really valuable This is not the book for the unmotivated woman, however, because success and happiness are derived from your own efforts and there actually isn t a secret to anything The biggest secret is what you are capable of doing Early on, I found myself realizing that up to about a year ago I definitely had the mindset of an under earner But that h [...]

    3. Challenged me to suck less with my money It s a bit too focused on exceptional women without taking cultural, economic, and other environmental factors into account which definitely affect how much power you have in a situation and how much money you can make.

    4. This was a great read Stanny starts by explaining that women than ever are becoming high earners chiefly due to the fact that they were absent in the workforce for so long She next turns to the issue of underearners women who don t believe or who are unwilling to ask for what they are truly worth To highlight her point she asks, How can we ever expect to earn as much as a man if we can t even earn as much as we ourselves are capable of making However, there s a raging double standard here when [...]

    5. I really enjoyed this book Especially when she described the traits of an underearner A lot of times, your income doesn t really change until your attitude towards money changes Once upon a time, I was a compulsive spender I could have saved but I didn t because I grew up in a household where holding onto money was viewed as somewhat selfish and greedy My parents spent every nickel and dime to raise 4 girls on less than blue collar salaries I realized I was doing the same thing I didn t hold ont [...]

    6. As women we often discount ourselves Most of us know is bad for us mentally and physically, but it s also bad for our careers As modern women, careers are a large part of our lives if not ourselves It s time we start to refocus on ourselves Reading this book is a step in the right direction.Secrets of Six Figure Women is a quick, engaging read chock full of excellent advice Stanny, whose father was a successful and recognized businessman, was a chronic underearner who set out to learn the secret [...]

    7. So I was 44 years old and deep in debt when Suze Orman finally got my attention and convinced me that my financial security was my responsibility Six years later I have savings, a retirement account, and no debt Thank you Suze But it was Barbara Stanny who showed me that the adjustments I needed to make were not all on the expenses side of the ledger I was a chronic UNDEREARNER I was not making what I was worth Worse, I wasn t even trying.Sometimes people need a kick in the head to do the right [...]

    8. What a waste of time I should have known from the easily identifiable marketing tactic of using the word secrets that something fishy was going on I wish I had stuck to my resolution not to read any self help books Anyway, to be specific a apt title for this book would have been the Ladies Home Journal Secrets of since that is what it reads like For the first forty percent of the book the author keeps trying to sell us on why money is not bad Hey if I select a book on this subject, with this t [...]

    9. Unfortunately I couldn t finish reading this book I wish I paid attention to the publication date before buying, and read a sample on It just feels outdated for this day and age The material could have been condensed, by a lot There is too much repetition, I felt like wanting to skip ahead all the time There is also too much focus on why some women are afraid, unwilling or uncomfortable to make six figures Afraid That s just crazy.

    10. I have read this book and passed it on and bought it secondhand for several friend.It s not about how to make money and be greedy it s about how to recognize your worth, increase your confidence and get your career and earnings on track with your seemingly successful peers.

    11. Her strategies on negotiation and asking for were quite helpful, but this book was filled with a lot of fluff Hoping to find better books out there on financial literacy and improving ones relationship with and giving up shame around money

    12. Engulfed this book Motivating, but so hard to see it as being realisticI sincerely wonder how many of the women interviewed are still Six Figure Women in today s economic climate.

    13. I m an MBA from a top program and I still found this book helpful It teaches you how to think and look for support Good read, I finished in 2 days.

    14. Jump off the ledge If you hate your job and don t believe you are earning your worth, do something about it Motivating and encouraging To change your life, you have to change your perspective.

    15. Great book Gives you enormous insight into regaining your own power, becoming a woman who knows how to speak up and ask for what she wants.

    16. I listened to the audiobook Initially I thought this was a self help book without providing many new perspectives Although the ideas themselves are not groundbreaking, it is substantiated through robust real life examples The testimonials from both six figure high earners and under earners give lots of meat to this book.Some of my key takeaways are Start with intention stretch yourself step out of your comfort zone spend less pay yourself first invest speak up.Money is a sensitive topic even the [...]

    17. I m really surprised by how much I got out of this book I m inherently skeptical of self help books, but this one actually offered solutions instead of just theories It legitimately changed the way I view my earning potential and how to go about getting what I deserve The chapter about chronic under earners was especially enlightening.

    18. I know this is an old book, but it is definitely worth reading Before finishing the first third of the book, I d ordered a copy for my sister Read, think, implement, review, refine Sing it, Sister

    19. One of the best books ever for female entrepreneurs We have so many deep seeded beliefs about money that need to be uncovered before you can truly find your ultimate success This book does a fantastic job of forcing to think about they way you think and feel about money

    20. Love this book I have many friends that work and we have discussed some of the thoughts in here It really helps you to value yourself as a woman in the work field.

    21. Good information, full of stats and real examples There were a few kind of stat heavy areas but they were necessary so all in all, a pretty good book I recommend.

    22. A must read for any woman who isn t content just getting bye Most notable concepts were learning how to stop under earning, investment and saving basics, and taking the self imposed limits off.

    23. My copy of the book was ironically acquired from an under achiever who never read it It was written by the daughter of an HR Block founder who inherited money, her now ex husband spent it, and she had therefore to learn how to make her own Rather than expound in a lengthy review, I ll leave a quick enumerated list POSITIVES Statistics of female high earners dated now as the book is 15 years old but still valid and interesting as well as appreciated by me having earned 6 figures twice in my life [...]

    24. There is a certain questionable premise to any self help book, best encapsulated by Garrison Keillor when he talked about Lake Wobegon as a place where all the children are above average The premise here that anyone can earn a lot of money if they simply follow the steps outlined in this book is perhaps, as usual, a little too good to be true.Nevertheless, I enjoy the occasional self help book, and this one stands out for a couple of reasons because it is a book explicitly directed at women It i [...]

    25. I absolutely loved this book It has amazing advice for everyone, not just women, in overcoming the mental blocks that prevent them from realizing their true high earning potential Stanny s separation of people into two categories underearners and six figure women is a clear way to provide contrast between the two, and many of the items she lists as inhibitive are items that every person faces whether they overcome them or not is up to them Secrets of Six Figure Women is provocative, illuminating [...]

    26. Bought it back when I was making that sort of money, knowing it was going to be short lived I was right Gives some good, practical advice some of it things that women aren t used to hearing, I m guessing, even today.The author s interviews with 6 figure women and their underearning counterparts make the advice human than a simple how to book They also provide fodder for thinking about balance There s nothing magical here everything is a tradeoff Not my experience, entirely, but certainly what i [...]

    27. Gave me a lot of food for thought wrt my relationship with money and career Did most of the suggested exercises primarily in the beginning of the book and was fascinated by the exercise in finding out what your pay ceiling is As I imagined earning the various amounts, I was impressed with how my vision of my life changed,especially wrt philanthropy and having a sense of a mission Will likely read her other books and possibly even re read this one in the next few years not so much for specific ti [...]

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