One time or another in your career you may have found yourself being the corporate "Yes Girl." For whatever reason you just sat there and bit your tongue instead of speaking up. Well, hopefully today will be the turning point. You will find the confidence to STOP being the "Yes Girl" and find your Bold Voice.
Kim Boudreau Smith is passionate about being an advocate for women and helping them find their bold voices. She herself lived through navigating the ranks in the corporate world and found herself holding back and not being true to who she was.
Kim helps all of us find our bold voice, from how to respond when the boss tells you they can't give you a raise to how to physically sit in a meeting to command respect.
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Also on the show today, in our "No Dumb Questions" segment
We answer a listener's question about divorce. Actually it's a very common question. If your IRA is in your name do you still need to split it in the divorce? CFP Erica Cummings from The Harmony Financial Wellness Group at RBC Wealth Management will explain what you can keep to yourself and what is considered marital property.
And in our "Seat at the Kids Table" segment
When your child falls blissfully in love and it's time for the big wedding, WHO pays for it? Is it on you the parent? First, we ask the kids what they think and then Founder of Money Savvy Generation Susan Beacham will give you a simple solution to getting rid of the wedding stress.
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Cheers to each one of you who is on your way to being proud to say you are a financially confident woman!
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