All you regular listeners out there know I LOVE a good side hustle, and today's guest might be the master of them all!
In this episode, Hannah shares some of the many entrepreneurial lessons she's learned along the way, including the importance of reinvesting into your business. Hannah also talks about how her love of fashion inspires her to work hard every day, to the extent that her side hustle has become her full-time job.
Hannah and I also chat about what it's like for her to have become an entrepreneur so young, and how some other people in the space have mentored her. If you're a fashion junkie, I'm sure you'll be fascinated by this episode and pick up some great tips!
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Joann Lublin is the new author of Earning It: Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women at the Top of the Business World. In this book, she interviews women who have achieved great success in the professional world. Two-thirds of the women interviewed for this book are senior executives. All of the women have fascinating stories to share about climbing the corporate ladder and helpful advice for the next generation following in their footsteps.
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The federal fiduciary rule has been a hot topic in recent months, first because of President Obama's decision to establish it. Now that President Trump has put the rule on hold to be reviewed, we're all talking about fiduciary advisors and regulations once more. I came across an excellent article recently, "What Your Financial Advisor Isn't Telling You," by Dr. Antoinette Schoar, and I knew I had to chat with her.
Antoinette is a professor of Entrepreneurial Finance at MIT, frequent contributor to the Journal of Finance, and part of the nonprofit ideas 42. In this interview, Dr. Schoar and I talk about the conversation with her mother and her mother's advisor that made Antoinette want to better understand the difference between fiduciary- and suitability-focused advisors. We also talk best investment strategies, including the benefits of index funds and how much stock you should own of the company that employs you.
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Profit Boss® Radio is celebrating our 1-year anniversary. When you think of anniversaries, you typically think romance. Since this is a financial podcast, I'm going to combine those two concepts and interview my husband, Robert Hendershott. He's a bonafide hedge fund manager. Hedge fund investing is a topic that's stumped me in the past so it will be a nice change of pace to demystify some of the myths and lore associated with this complex world of investing.
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