Episode 5: Joanna Coles, Editor-In-Chief Of Cosmopolitan On Sex, Money & Power

Sex. Money. Power. Joanna Coles, the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, is very much in tune with the voice of her magazine. She is comfortable talking about anything. And this week nothing is off the table. She speaks candidly with me about how money can be the greatest stress in a relationship, why women need to reasonably know their worth in negotiations and how earning more makes women feel empowered. We also discuss sexuality in the workplace and how social media is impacting our culture for better and worse. We’ll answer your financial questions about credit limits, how best to pay for continuing education and if your recent graduate should hire a financial advisor. And in our Thrive segment. I share the advice I’m giving my own son who is about to graduate from college, on how to build a strong credit history and live on a budget. His, not mine! After you listen, please leave us a review on iTunes! And please share this podcast with any woman (or man) in your life, who you think might like it. Thanks!

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