SDH 351: Becoming Your Own Super Woman with Nicole Lapin

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    Our guest Nicole Lapin is a New York Times bestselling author of Rich Bitch and Boss Bitch, she is known as being youngest anchor ever on CNN. She held the same title at CNBC where she anchored the early morning show “Worldwide Exchange” and covering business topics for MSNBC and TODAY. She has served as a business anchor for Bloomberg TV and a special money correspondent for Entertainment Tonight!

    Nicole started the national conversation about women taking control of their money with the launch of instant New York Times bestseller Rich Bitch in 2015. Two years later she followed with Boss Bitch, a sassy and actionable guide empowering women to be the boss of their own lives and careers. Today, she is here to talk to us about her journey, her struggles before launching her first book and so much more!

    In this episode, you will...

    • Get to know more about Nicole Lapin

    • Hear how she moved from being an anchor to a businesswoman

    • Find out why she wrote a finance book

    • Discover why it is important to learn financial freedom

    • Learn why balance is important

    • Get tips to avoid burnouts

    • Get insights on how to be more focused

    • Learn about digital-detox

    • Find out what having it all should mean

    Insights:

    • Work smarter, not harder!

    • I was super laser-focused on exactly who my audience is and exactly who she is, I know who she is, she's you, she's me! And the way I spoke to her is not for everybody.

    • The idea of this, we're constantly told that we can't have all the things. No, you can't have all the things if you are comparing yourself to everybody else. But again, if you decide what "having it all" means and you hold yourself to that, you’re going to have it all. But the problem is we don't define what "having it all means" to us and we're constantly changing the bar ourselves.

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