Get Ready With Laura Adams: The Money Girl Philosophy

“Be curious. When you have questions, pursue those , ask the question, find out the answer, many people wonder , should I do this, should I do that. However, they don’t really look for solutions. So I’d say just being curious is the best tip for financial literacy.” - Laura Adams

In this episode of Get Ready, I spoke with Laura Adams, author and host of the Money Girl Podcast about Laura’s new book “Money-Smart Solopreneur” and the Money Girl Philosophy. We also discussed how people can integrate the Money Girl philosophy into their financial lives along with Laura’s views on financial literacy.

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About: Laura D. Adams

Laura Adams is one of the nation’s leading personal finance and small business authorities. As an award-winning author, media spokesperson, and host of the top-rated Money Girl podcast since 2008, millions of readers, listeners, and loyal fans benefit from her practical advice. Her mission is to empower consumers to live healthy and rich lives by making the most of what they have, planning for the future, and making smart money decisions every day.

 


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About The GET READY! with Tony Steuer Podcast:

On the GET READY! Podcast, I’ll be catching up with financial literacy advocates to bring you innovative strategies to be financially prepared. Each month, we’ll discuss the Get Ready Financial Calendar action item to maintain your financial first aid kit. GET READY! With Tony Steuer will help you be informed and financially prepared today and in the future. I’ll also spotlight leading financial literacy advocates and how their content is improving financial education. 

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