I’m going to be crass. My mother is going to be appalled…but I’m going there. I’m going to talk about money. Women and money.
It may be trite to say “money is power” …but money is power, particularly in a capitalist society. As professional women come to terms in these closing days of 2016 that our progress in business has slowed to a crawl—despite all of the energy around it over the past few years—they will look for new means to move forward.
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