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Amanda Steinberg

Get Your Pipeline in Order

Today’s advice pertains to service, advice and project-based businesses. Sales has little to do with what a smooth-talker you are. It’s a numbers game. Start by learning the language of sales, starting with pipeline. In its simplest form, a...

Releasing Shame Around Limitation

Last week I was in Whole Foods. On the rare occasion I'm feeling flush, it's the first place I want to go. Thanks to my bankcard budget, I knew I had a firm cap of $70 to spend on groceries. When I got to the register—with my cart full of organic...

A Budgeting Solution to Keep You Sane

I’ve always been a yo-yo budgeter. Some months I'd be the DailyWorth poster-child for clarity; in other months I'd fall into a Money Coma, resulting in over-spending. Then, I came up with an ingenious solution: I took the old tactic of multiple...

This Fourth, Look Ahead (Not Backward)

So you have $80,000 in student-loan debt for a degree you’re not using. So you ignored your credit-card payments for three months because you wanted to send your kid to summer camp, and your credit score took a massive hit. So you got divorced and...

3 Tips for Wannabe Self-Employers

So you want to leave your comfy corporate job—give up your regular paycheck and run the risk of going months without income. Can you handle that? Mina G. is a DailyWorth reader with a 9-to-5 gig who thinks she can. She dreams of flying solo as a...

My Morning Keynote with a Toddler on My Hip

When the Chestnut Hill Rotary of Philadelphia asked me to keynote their membership meeting today, I thought they had said 7:30PM. Only two days ago did I learn the time was 7:30AM. Panic stricken and bleary eyed from days of travel, I called a...

Vanguard Asks DailyWorth: How Can We Better Serve Women?

I have some exciting news. Last Friday, MP (DailyWorth's editorial director) and I were invited to speak at the Vanguard company headquarters in Valley Forge, PA. The occasion: Vanguard, one of the leading investment companies in America, the...

Amanda Waxes Eloquent About Beauty Costs

I grew up believing that you went to a salon for your hair, for your nails, for all sorts of (cough) basic womanly maintenance. I never questioned that my monthly beauty budget was more than most people spend in a year—sometimes as much as $300...

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