It was Senior week at my small-city university when I asked a very dashing fellow classmate why he was heading to medical school in the Fall. After all, wasn’t that basically like starting school all over again? We had just finished 4 years as undergraduates! When I pressed him to find if there were any … More Old Money: In Their Own Words
I’m pleased to announce the audiobook release of Old Money, New Woman: How To Manage Your Money and Your Life. The production of the audiobook took time: this was the biggest Old Money title thus far and the most linguistically demanding. Medical and scientific terms, as well as a few French phrases, took their toll … More Old Money, New Woman: Now on Audible
“I think a there’s a lot to be said for not getting everything you want in life. Disappointments, regrets, even failures are hardly things to aim for, but they do round a man out. God help the person who is successful at everything. They either have a huge lesson ahead of them or they haven’t … More Old Money: In Their Own Words
Journalist Geoff Williams spoke with a entrepreneurs, psychologists, wealth managers–and me–last week about when (and how) parents should stop giving their children money. His logic in wanting to speak with me was straightforward: Old Money families obviously know something about how to handle this issue, or there wouldn’t be any money left. He had some … More The Huffington Post Talks Old Money
I wanted to thank you all, again, for your support during the February release of Old Money, New Woman: How To Manage Your Money and Your Life. The book is off to a strong start with great reviews. The promotional campaign is in full swing. I’ve recently returned from the U.S. where I made a … More Old Money, New Woman–Now Available At Barnes and Noble!
Throughout the long and sometimes arduous process of writing, revising, assembling, and editing Old Money, New Woman, I was reminded of a key lesson I’ve learned in life…that I keep on learning. It is this: in order to minimize regrets, always do your best. Every time I was tempted to utter the words ‘good enough’, … More Lessons Learned
I received an email recently from a young man in Chicago. It reads, in part, as follows: I landed my dream job, right out of college. I’d just sprung for a new wardrobe, a new apartment, and a new (used) car. Still dealing with the student debt. I was really, really excited until, six weeks … More Old Money and Integrity