Ep. 13 — “Real Money Answers” for women who want to get ahead

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Just 7 years ago, Patrice C. Washington was scraping up all the change in her purse to buy baby formula for her newborn daughter. Now, Patrice is a best-selling author and founder and CEO of Seek Wisdom Find Wealth, a boutique personal finance consulting firm based in Atlanta, GA, and is a featured financial coach on the Steve Harvey Show. On Jan. 19, Patrice is publishing her new book “Real Money Answers for Everyday Women” in bookstores nationwide. Patrice joins us to talk about hitting rock bottom and how she clawed her way back to the top. She also has some tough advice for everyday women looking to get ahead. “When people are unfulfilled in their careers that leads them to mismanage their finances,” she says. “I meet so many women who are quick to go the mall because they’re frustrated with everything they’ve been through all week.” In addition to the lovely Patrice, we have a candid conversation about a dirty little monster called Stress…grab your stress balls ladies! You don’t want to miss it. As always, send us your money questions at brownambitionpodcast@gmail.com or hit us up on Facebook.com/BrownAmbition or Twitter @theBApodcast.

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