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Profit Boss® Radio highlights inspiring women who have created success in their financial and professional life. Each week you can tune in and hear how women just like you have paved the road to sustained success with both beliefs and actions. We’re questioning the old taboos that keep us quiet about money and are gearing up our campaign to empower a million women to become millionaires. Your Host, Hilary Hendershott, MBA and Certified Financial Planner, is the Founder & Chief Advisor at of Hilary Hendershott Financial. Hilary is a financial coach, money mindset expert, and experienced wealth manager. She has worked for nearly 15 years with people who want to preserve their wealth, make it grow, and eliminate financial stress once and for all.
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Dec 27, 2016

Welcome back to Profit Boss® Radio for our final episode of the year! It's been a wonderful ten months of learning and community-building with you all, and I can't wait to see how this show and community evolve in 2017.

Jessica talks about how she combined a lifelong love of performing with marketing acumen to become an engaging podcast host. Her first show, Lady Business Radio, offered an inside look at the lives of interesting and successful female entrepreneurs. Now she's the host of She Podcasts, a show and community dedicated to giving female podcasters the resources and advice they need to start and profit from their podcasts.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2hdNDNl 

Dec 20, 2016

We're back with another Everyday Heroine this week! Jennifer is the host of Congressional Dish. She's a spitfire committed to producing a valuable podcast with no partisan slant, and all in the face of some financial uncertainty.

Before diving into the interview, I've got a mini-economics lesson for you. You've probably heard that the Fed raised interest rates -- but what's that mean for your bottom line? And your investments? I'll break all that down so you can be the most informed friend in your circle this week.

Next up: the interview with Jen. We cover some basics about her background -- first money memory, money habits, and financial struggles -- and she talks about the many small jobs she's had while figuring out what she really loves to do. She then shares the inspiration for Congressional Dish, which grew from a passion project into a full-fledged business.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2gWt2QQ 

Dec 13, 2016

Why do all the hard work to build up financial security if you're not going to protect it, right? So the point of today's episode is to express that the same principle applies to your business, too; you've got to make sure you and your business are legally protected from any unforeseen lawsuits, so you're not blindsided into losing what you've worked for.

For this advice, we're thrilled to welcome attorney Lin Eleoff. Lin is the brains behind Cover Your Assets Online, where she has used her experience as a business lawyer to compile a DIY legal framework for your online business, saving you loads of money and hours of legal legwork.

Lin begins with a backstory about how she got into this niche as a lawyer and a life coach, and I share my own scary experience with the laws of online content. We also talk about what can happen if you don't take the time to set up these precautions, and how you can protect your personal assets from harm, too.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2hh6Wqg 

Dec 6, 2016

Before answering your questions, I want to make sure you start 2017 on the right foot by talking about taxes. I share some of my top tax tips -- including last-minute charitable contributions and tax loss harvesting -- that you can implement to make the most of your taxes for this year. I also give you a rundown of an excellent recent article from the Wall Street Journal that backs up what I've been telling you for a while now: index funds are the way to go!

Then I dive into four listener questions. We talk about micro-financing other people and what kind of savings account you should open when you're looking to start a business of your own. I give some advice to an aspiring investor and author, and wrap up with a discussion about how to identify ways in which your business can grow so you can give yourself a promotion. I also have a free gift for you to make the busy holiday season a little more organized, so don't miss out!

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2g4EYj6 

Nov 29, 2016

I get to be a fan-girl on this episode of the Profit Boss® Radio because of today's guest. It's not often that I have the opportunity to spend an hour with a three-time New York Times best-selling author who is a household name, and that's exactly who my guest is today. Dan Ariely is a world-famous economist who doesn't write about get-rich-quick schemes but has an amazing ability to generate massive interest in economics and irrationality. He is the co-creator of the Center for Advanced Hindsight, a popular two-time TEDx speaker, and creator of the documentary (Dis)Honesty - The Truth About Lies.

He talks directly to the Profit Boss® audience about why women struggle with money, why we continue to make financial mistakes, and what we can do to start building wealth like our male counterparts.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2gkihVY

Nov 22, 2016

This week, I'm speaking with Cassie Crossley, podcaster and IT professional, about her own journey to financial security. Cassie's story is one of learning tough lessons, crafting a vision for the future, and maintaining the discipline to see it through. She's had plenty of obstacles -- two short marriages with financial troubles and lots of personal debt included -- but she hasn't let that stop her from achieving the monetary goals she set for herself.

Cassie and I talk about how she learned to budget the hard way, when her money troubles started, and how she has changed the way she approaches money management with her partners over the years. If you need some encouragement to create and stick to a plan for getting out of debt, don't miss this frank and heartening discussion with Cassie!

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2eUwL1S 

Nov 15, 2016

Laura Roeder is the founder of MeetEdgar, a powerful piece of software that organizes your social media posts, re-uses them, and distributes them intelligently. Before MeetEdgar, she ran a super successful coaching business, and has packed countless lessons into her already awesome career. While we don’t usually focus on entrepreneurship on this show, Laura’s story and advice were too good to pass up.

We talk about how Laura got her businesses going (and thriving) at such an early age, and some of the core beliefs about money that got her there. Laura shares the key distinction between herself and her business that keeps them both healthy financially — which can be difficult to find as an entrepreneur. Finally, she discusses how she manages her booming cashflow and salary, and why being “nice” isn’t the key to success that you might expect.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2eNVj7Z 

Nov 8, 2016

Profit Boss®, I really can't overstate the importance of getting your financial advice from sound, unbiased sources. That's why I work to translate financial research into actionable advice for all of you. But this week, I'm stepping it up a notch by bringing you an interview with a bonafide expert -- Dr. Wade Pfau!

In this episode, Wade shares absolutely essential information that you'll need to get serious about planning for retirement. It's not as simple as saving a million dollars and spending it wisely once you've retired -- so Wade goes over the specific numbers and strategies you need to plan accordingly. We also talk about the value of a good financial advisor, as well as some sneaky income suckers to be wary of.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2fpca5i 

Nov 1, 2016

I hope that regardless of how long you've been listening to Profit Boss® Radio, you know that this podcast serves multiple purposes. Yes, I want you to learn concrete ways to improve your relationship with money; and yes, I do want you to get motivated to go out and earn everything that you deserve.

I'm so excited to share my interview with today's guest, Wendy Wallbridge. Wendy is an inspiring author, coach, and consultant who's focused on helping people bring their lives into alignment with their purpose.

Wendy talks about her own journey from a hard-working young woman, to struggling with a diagnosis with Lupus, to a woman hell-bent on living more loyally to herself. Wendy talks about the difference between masculine and feminine strengths (which we all have, regardless of gender) and how she's integrated the two to have even more impact in her work. 

There is SO much packed into this episode, and to top it off Wendy has offered you a free gift - listen in, and text "SPIRAL" to 66866 to get it!

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2f4obsT  

Oct 25, 2016

Amy Fox joins us this week to discuss the film Equity. Amy talks about where the idea for a film all about women in the financial industry came from, what the team wanted to bring to the big screen, and how they researched the storyline.

Amy also shares the feedback she's gotten from men and women about the sexism portrayed in the film, as well as the challenges she and other women in Hollywood face when producing their work.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2ehZNcW 

Oct 18, 2016

So many women dream of fleeing the nine-to-five workday in favor of more time and freedom. Often, however, it can be difficult to pinpoint the exact steps that will set you on that path. This week's guest has pulled together all the resources you need to make the jump from corporate work to the life of an entrepreneur, and she's offering them to you for free!

Amy Mewborn is a former financial planner, fitness studio owner, and serial entrepreneur. She is passionate about helping women build profitable businesses, and she's brought all of that into her new book The Great Escape: The Successful Woman's Guide to Escaping the 9-5

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2dRkKXZ 

Oct 11, 2016

Everybody in our Profit Boss® community has a unique financial journey. And for some of us, we had to hit rock bottom before we got re-educated about money. Our guest Lauren Greutman experienced the stress of never having enough, and she's here to tell you how you can finally defeat your debt.

Lauren is a self-professed spender. A few years ago, she and her husband found themselves $40,000 in debt despite their healthy income. With some difficult conversations and serious dedication, the couple worked together to overhaul their budget and finally pay off their debts. In the process, they've built a business that allows them to help thousands of other people with similar financial struggles.

In this episode, Lauren shares the story of how she and her family aggressively paid down their seemingly insurmountable debt. She also talks about the specific tricks they used to slash their monthly spending and the realizations she had about decluttering her house and her life.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2dKomur 

Oct 4, 2016

After being fired from her corporate job in a particularly nasty fashion, Caitlin Pyle struggled with self-doubt and depression as she looked for her next career move. Less than two years after the launch of her site Proofread Anywhere, she's made more than $1 million in revenue and enjoys more financial freedom than she ever could have imagined. 

Caitlin is a self-made entrepreneur who's successfully turned a side-hustle into a career. In this episode, she shares her journey, her love for writing, and the hardships, triumphs, and joys of running her own business.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2cKh6fu 

Sep 27, 2016

Payel is my firm's Chief Investment Officer. Loring Ward, her company and my longtime partner, gives myself and my clients access to some of the best financial minds in the business.

Payel offers her perspective on both the technical and emotional sides of finance. She talks about how she learned she could help people as a financial advisor, and all the key emotional skills she had to master to help clients achieve financial stability and abundance. She also discusses trends among women investors, and how to build a community of women that can help you get comfortable with investing and finding the right advisor for you.

Finally, I offer you the chance to have a fifteen-minute call with me. Are you hiring a financial advisor and looking for advice? Do you think we could build a strong financial relationship together? Don't hesitate to reach out -- I'm here to help you build your best  life, and this call is a great first step.

You can also call a toll-free number at (877) 569-5508.

Sep 20, 2016

First we address the internal nature of most money-related obstacles. It's crucial that you dismantle negative assumptions about your money competence in order to move forward and craft your ideal life. Wealth is out there for you; you just need a solid plan, a kick-ass attitude, and some sound advice to achieve your financial goals.

Finally, I offer you the chance to have a fifteen-minute call with me. Are you hiring a financial advisor and looking for advice? Do you think we could build a strong financial relationship together? Don't hesitate to reach out -- I'm here to help you build your best  life, and this call is a great first step.

You can also call a toll-free number at (877) 569-5508.

Sep 13, 2016

For the second week of Women's Financial Freedom Month,we're joined by the spectacular Manisha Thakor. Manisha is not only a CFA and CFP, but a former investment portfolio manager and an author passionate about helping women empower themselves by understanding money. 

Manisha talks about her concept of "money zen" -- the point where you don't worry about money because you're well-prepared and well-supported -- and how you can reach it. She also identifies the three main things that often hold women back from achieving this sense of peace about money, and provides some workable solutions for beating these blocks.

And, just like last week, I am offering you the chance to have a fifteen-minute call with me. Are you hiring a financial advisor and looking for advice? Do you think we could build a strong financial relationship together? Don't hesitate to reach out -- I'm here to help you build your best  life, and this call is a great first step.

You can also call a toll-free number at (877) 569-5508.

 

Sep 6, 2016

Welcome to Financial Freedom Month! 

To kick things off, we've got a solo episode packed with advice to right your financial ship -- or to keep you on the stellar journey you've started. First, I go through the Eight Principles of Financial Freedom that will help you get clear on your path and stick to it. This process is all about self-reflection on your current reality and how it relates to your goals.

Then I delve into all the big and small things you should keep in mind when finding a financial advisor, from the letters after their name, to the comfort level of your relationship, to your preference for working with a woman or a man. All of these considerations are important since working with a great financial advisor can be an incomparable investment in the quality of every aspect of your life.

Finally, I offer you the chance to have a fifteen-minute call with me. Are you hiring a financial advisor and looking for advice? Do you think we could build a strong financial relationship together? Don't hesitate to reach out -- I'm here to help you build your best  life, and this call is a great first step.

You can also call a toll-free number at (877) 569-5508

 

Aug 30, 2016

Hey Profit Boss® -- what if I told you that you could build a successful, independent, and beneficial business around your unique skills and strengths? This week's guest, Rha Goddess, shares her advice on how to do exactly that.

Rha is an artist, activist, and very spiritual person. She is also an entrepreneur and a passionate coach of fellow entrepreneurs who are seeking to bring their ideas to life while increasing their financial stability.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2bZK3qb

 

Aug 23, 2016

Farnoosh Torabi is America's leading personal finance authority hooked on helping others live rich and happy lives. She's a personal finance expert, speaker, and TV personality. Her work and advice has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, Time and Money magazines.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2bmHO0J

 

Aug 16, 2016

This week's Profit Boss® encapsulates the mindset and authenticity that many women hope to achieve in life and business. Maria Ross is a former corporate branding and marketing expert who now runs her own consulting firm, Red Slice.

Maria also talks about her own financial backstory and mistakes she's made along the way. 

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: bit.ly/2bubT0t 

Aug 9, 2016

This episode kicks off a 3-part series where we cover helpful personal finance topics for women trying to overcome a financial setback. We begin with a candid conversation about Leslie Tayne's experience calling off her engagement because of a lack of transparency with financial matters.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2aE8lJl

Aug 2, 2016

The media loves to follow trends and makeup causes to justify assertions. I discuss why and help you parse through the weeds in order to build a healthy financial IQ as a conscious investor.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2aCYqkW

Jul 26, 2016

Robin Koval is the CEO and President of the Truth Initiative, the national public health organization dedicated to achieving a culture where all youth and young adults reject tobacco.

Today, she encourages women to push through the fear and take a risk in starting over. If you feel like a career change is in order, this episode is for you!

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/29T13ja

Jul 19, 2016

Barbara Friedberg and I dig into the differences between active and passive investment strategies. She supplies a wealth of information on exchanged traded funds. Barbara definitely has the heart of a teacher and she shares my passion for helping women take a more active role in their wealth management process.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/29MKu48

Jul 12, 2016

I'll give you the 4-step process that I use to evaluate events and make sure that your financial wealth plan is intact regardless of unexpected events on a global stage.

You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/29HqwJI

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