Friday, April 13, 2018

Thrifty Thinking: Suze Orman - Women & Money

Advice from the world’s most-listened-to personal finance expert, Suze Orman, is making its way to even more ears with the debut of herSuze Orman, Women & Money podcast today. Direct to women, and the men who want to understand them, her trademark energy and compassion guide the PodcastOne network series, in which listeners can #AskSuze anything. But the tables are turned in this first episode, as Refinery29 Work & Money Director Lindsey Stanberry interviews Suze about her own journey. Advice, a vocal advocacy for self-worth and power, and some unpredictable stories are shared in true Suze style, setting the stage for the supportive community to be born from this podcast.
The show is available now on, the PodcastOne app and Apple Podcasts, with new episodes every Thursday. Below are excerpts from the premiere:
Significance in the #MeToo Era:
Orman: “Women, in my opinion again, found their voice this year, they will also now be able to find their financial voice for, probably, the very first time. Because if you don’t have a voice, you don’t have self-worth. And if you don’t have self-worth, it’s impossible to have net worth.”
Why Men Should Tune In:
Orman: “I hope this podcast also talks to the men that have people in their lives because one out of two couples that get married end up in divorce, and the number one reason for divorce is arguments over money. So, if men want to be in a successful relationship with women that works, they have to understand how women think, feel and act with money. And it is far different than how men think, feel and act with money.”

About Suze Orman
Relaunching her best-selling book, Women and Money, in 2018, Suze Orman has been called “a force in the world of personal finance” and a “one-woman financial advice powerhouse” by USA Today. She’s written nine consecutive New York Times best-sellers, with over 20 million copies in print, in addition to winning two Emmy Awards and holding the #1 spot on CNBC for many years with the self-titled Suze Orman Show. Orman also served as contributing editor to “O” The Oprah Magazine for sixteen years, and continues to write for Costco Connection Magazine, now for more than eighteen years. Suze is the single most successful fundraiser in the history of PBS, having raised over 150 million dollars with her eight pledge shows, and has garnered an impressive eight Gracie Awards, unprecedented in the 42-year history of these prestigious awards recognizing women in radio and television. Forbes has named Orman one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” and Time Magazine featured her twice on the “TIME 100, The World’s Most Influential People.”
About PodcastOne
PodcastOne, ( the nation’s leading advertiser-supported podcast network, was founded by Norman Pattiz, founder of radio-giant Westwood One. The network currently hosts more than 200 of today’s most popular podcasts, including Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal, Norman Lear, Steve Austin, Kaitlyn Bristowe, Suze Orman, Dan Patrick, A&E’s Cold Case, Spencer and Heidi Pratt, Rob Riggle, Scheana Shay, Heather and Terry Dubrow, Jim Harbaugh, Geffen Playhouse, Ladygang, Dr. Drew, Chael Sonnen, Penn Jillette, Rich Eisen, Jay Mohr, the Forbes on PodcastOne Network, Barbara Boxer, Laura Ingraham and more.

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