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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 Advisor, 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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May 29, 2018

Denise Duffield-Thomas is a money mindset mentor for the new generation of female entrepreneurs. Denise is committed to changing the way women think about wealth and money. Instead of losing belief or being intimidated, she inspires women to build their own definition of wealth.

One thing you’ll have to come to grips with is that everyone has money blocks. We tell ourselves stories about why we shouldn’t worry about money or pass the responsibility off to someone else. Maybe subpar math skills or preconceived ideas about gender roles are holding you back. Regardless, the time to break through your personal blocks is RIGHT NOW!

Denise obliterates money blocks, such as, “I can’t have love AND money,” or “I can’t have a baby AND money.” Often, stories and memories from our past serve as anchors and are the root of most problems. She is well-equipped to help others with this because she has built a valuable business and overcome these blocks herself. Listen and learn!

 

You can listen to the full episode at hilaryhendershott.com/111

May 22, 2018

At some point in your career, you are going to hear the word, “No.” Rejection is unpleasant at best and can be crushing at its worst. What can we do to build up resilience to rejection, and allow ourselves to continue putting ourselves out there for the sake of our business? My guest today, Alex Grodnik, is going to share how he’s been doing it for the past year as an entrepreneur. Alex is a credible, smart, and academically successful guy. I am excited to share his story with you. 

 

Alex didn’t start out wanting to start and grow his own business. From a very young age, Alex aspired to be an Investment Banker. He started out his career as an Analyst at JP Morgan but quickly found that the big Investment Banking job he always wanted was not for him. Alex then made the brave decision to pivot and look into developing his own business, even though the thought of failure nearly stopped him. Alex’ story will teach us about choosing a different path, and many of Alex’s life choices fall in line with what I want for us and our financial lives. 

 

If anyone is scared to leave the comfortable job to venture out and create something new, you need to hear this interview. Alex has wisdom that will empower and encourage you to make that choice and change your life. 

 

What You Will Learn in This Episode: 

    Alex tells us the story of why he started out in investment banking, and what it was like to work as an analyst. 

    What investment bankers actually do. 

    How Alex made the shift into entrepreneurship through a podcast business. 

    Alex shares what it is like to have a startup company. 

    What the startup community is all about. 

    How to take advantage of “Rejection Therapy” and hearing “No” each day.

    You need to not be afraid to ask for what you want. 

    Be creative in order to turn a “No” into a “Yes.”  

May 15, 2018

You can live like a millionaire…even if you are short on cash! When I first saw the title of Marilyn Anderson’s book, How to Live Like A Millionaire When You’re a Million Short, I just knew I had to have her on the show. Her advice could quite possibly save you thousands of dollars. 

 

Marilyn Anderson is an award-winning television and film writer, author and playwright. She wrote for numerous television shows including Murphy Brown, FAME, Sherman Oaks, and Facts of Life. She won a LUMINAS Award for the Positive Depiction of Women in Film and Television, and was honored by the Writers Guild of America as a writer of one of the 101 Best TV Shows of the past seven decades. 

 

As a writer in LA, Marilyn experienced long stretches of time with little to no income. Despite that, Marilyn was still able to experience live theater, travel the globe, and wear designer labels. Her friends always asked, “How does Marilyn live?” Today, you are going to find out all her top tricks and tools! With a little research and creativity, Marilyn has managed to come up with methods that work. It’s time to take some notes. You’ll want to try out these suggestions as soon as possible! 

 

What You Will Learn In This Episode

  • Marilyn decided to divulge her secrets of how to live, even with long stretches of making no money. 
  • How Marilyn sees so many live theater shows. 
  • Learn some of Marilyn’s best travel tips. 
  • Volunteer your time and talents, and see the world. 
  • Women spend so much money on clothing and beauty, so how can we save on those? 
  • Work the consignment websites. 
  • Marilyn’s funniest “Ask.” 
  • Try out a silent auction, and it’s often a great networking opportunity. 
  • Get prescription drugs for less. 
  • Do your research and shop around for procedures and services. 
  • Fun, inexpensive, dating advice! 

 

 

Resources

How to Live Like A Millionaire When You’re a Million Short

https://www.amazon.com/Live-MILLIONAIRE-Youre-Million-Short-ebook/dp/B06XWZFNRY

 

https://www.renttherunway.com/

 

https://www.therealreal.com/

 

http://threadup.com/

 

https://www.goodrx.com/

 

http://missingmoney.com/

 

https://www.unclaimed.org/

May 8, 2018

Welcome to a special Mother’s Day Episode of ProfitBoss Radio! I reached out to some friends who happen to be women, who happen to be business owners, who happen also to be mothers to ask them a few questions about motherhood. I admire each of these ladies more than words can express, and I felt very honored to have the chance to talk about motherhood and money matters. I was absolutely blown away by their responses, and I’ll admit I was a bit choked up throughout these interviews. 

 

Today’s contributors are Emylee Williams, Courtney Townley, Amber Vilhauer, Jessica Rhodes, and Amber De La Garza. In this episode, you can expect honest answers and amazing advice from working moms who care about their families’ futures. All of these women are alike in that they prioritize time with their kids, and want to include them in experiences that will build a healthy money mindset. 

 

Here’s to all the Mothers out there who love selflessly and teach fearlessly! 

 

What You Will Learn In This Episode

  • What motherhood means to me, my business, and my worldview. 
  • How we as mothers have the ability to shape our children’s lives and empower them to take ownership of their actions. 
  • Schedule time with your kids! 
  • I haven’t quite figured out how to teach my daughter about money! 
  • Emylee shares how being a small business owner and entrepreneur impacts the legacy she wants to leave for her daughter. 
  • Why Emylee didn’t fit inside the typical Working Mom box. 
  • Strong women create strong women. 
  • Courtney shares how taking care of women through her business and taking care of her son go hand in hand. 
  • Why Courtney dances with her son every day. 
  • Amber is learning so much about the world and about her business because of the sacrifices she made for her son. 
  • Amber wants her son to know she is present. 
  • Jessica attributes work-life balance to being more present with her children. 
  • All the moms agree that keeping their children in the loop with finances is extra important! 
  • Amber invited her son to answer my questions too! 
  • Involve your kids in your business. 

 

Resources from the Show 

 

Think Creative Collective

http://thinkcreativecollective.com/

 

 

Grace and Grit Podcast 

http://graceandgrit.com/podcast-2/

 

NGNG Enterprises

https://ngngenterprises.com/

 

Interview Connections 

https://interviewconnections.com/

 

Productivity Straight Talk 

http://amberdelagarza.com/podcast/

May 1, 2018

We’ve had plenty of questions rolling in from the ProfitBoss community, so now is a perfect opportunity to host another installment of #AskHillary! I’ll give my best thoughts on handling our parents’ money mindset, understanding the DOW Jones index, and several specific tax and retirement savings options. I will also tackle how to make the most of student loans, and how to save for life’s big adventures.  

 

Since we have adventure on our minds, I think now is a perfect opportunity to talk about Travel Rewards. With U.S. airlines expected to carry more than 600 million passengers on domestic flights this year and credit card debt levels exploding, we can expect airfare savings to be increasingly important in the months ahead.

 

Jill Gonzales is going to fill us in on how to make smart decisions about choosing a frequent flyer program. You will learn the difference between a frequent flyer program and a rewards credit card, and then understand just how the WalletHub study was done. There is a lot of useful information in this episode, so be prepared to take notes!
 

What You Will Learn in This Episode:
To help travelers make the best decisions for their wallets, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best Frequent Flyer Programs, which ranks the 10 largest domestic airlines based on 23 key metrics, ranging from the value of a point/mile to blackout dates for rewards flights. WalletHub’s report also features a custom calculator that allows users to personalize the results based on their own budgets. You can find a few highlights from those results below.

 

  • Delta SkyMiles is the best frequent flyer program for the third straight year.
      
  • The average airline rewards program gives frequent flyers 12% off their airline spending. And they’re all free to join. 
      
  • Hawaiian Airlines offers the most rewards value to frequent flyers ($19.95 per $100 spent), with Alaska Airlines coming in a close second ($19.87 per $100 spent).
      
  • Four of the 10 largest airlines are offering more rewards in 2018 than in 2017, sweetening the pot by an average of 20%.
      
  • Delta Air Lines and JetBlue Airways are the only two major airlines whose miles do not expire because of inactivity.
      
  • The Frontier Airlines Credit Card and the Lufthansa Credit Card are 2018’s best airline credit cards, according to WalletHub’s editors.
      

For the full report, including the custom calculator, please visit: 
https://wallethub.com/edu/best-frequent-flyer-program/25943/

 

Resources

The Seven Stages of Money Maturity 

 

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