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Amanda Steinberg

The Dirty Word for Women

“I think women should be just as ambitious as men, and be proud of it,” fashion designer Tory Burch, who became a billionaire less than a decade after founding her eponymous company, recently told Stanford business school. She was talking...

Could We Live Together?

I have a really unconventional dream. I'm not even sure how seriously I take myself, but it's worth publishing to see if anyone else out there is thinking like me. I often wish I lived cooperatively. Not crazy-hippie commune, but a more...

Surprise!

A new look for us—and you. Today we launch our brand-new website, freshly packed with life-enhancing articles and resources that you are going to love. What does that mean? DailyWorth, and women themselves, are at a powerful turning point....

Is Marriage for All of Us? Maybe Not Me

I've been separated from my husband for almost two years. Luckily, we have a friendship and talk/text constantly about our kids, their schools, and our community. While divorce and separation can bring about enormous stress and anxiety,...

Socially Responsible Investing Does Not Mean Lower Returns

  By choosing a socially responsible investment (SRI) fund, you don't have to sacrifice performance. According to Victoria Collins, Ph.D., CFP, a senior managing director of First Foundation Advisors, "SRI funds perform as well if not better than...

Rx for a Rusty Rolodex

Before I had kids, you could find me at any number of events, from business conferences like Social Venture Network to arts festivals like Burning Man. Then mommyhood happened, and my conference-hopping vanished in a puff of baby powder. Until...

Know Your Clients: A Gold Mine

Amanda Steinberg asks Ramit Sethi, founder of I Will Teach You to Be Rich, about creating a profitable customer base. Why don’t more people start businesses? Most people spend their time on fake business work, like creating a website, getting on...

Change Your Relationship to “Failure”

A couple of years ago, I had the worst day of my entrepreneurial life. DailyWorth was two years old, I’d been trying to raise investment capital for nine months, and I had two toddlers and a marriage on thin ice. A group of investors had verbally...

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