As women founders and leaders, we talk often about making money, and lots of it. But are we using the money we make to create the kinds of changes that we want to see in the world? I like to say that money is power, but only if you make it so.
Your money becomes a powerful force when you use it in a way that advances your mission, aligns with your values, and brings your vision to life. And this week, I have someone who is a living example of what’s possible when you’re intentional about how you generate wealth and use your money to advance the causes you believe in.
Tanja Hester has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and CNBC, just to name a few. As the author of Work Optional and Wallet Activism, she’s been widely recognized for her thought leadership in the area of wallet activism. She also spent a long career in political consulting until she retired in 2017 at the age of 38, and she’s offering her insights on her road to retirement on this episode too.
Join us this week as Tanja gives us the lowdown on wallet activism. She’s offering her deep well of wisdom on what wallet activism looks like, why it requires critical thinking and discernment on our parts, and how it’s truly a long-term, life-long project we all need to be on board with.
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