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Crucial Money Advice for Women in Their 20’s
Your twenties are a time of radical change. It’s when you graduate college, get your first “real” paycheck, and have to start planning for the future. Cary Carbonaro provides one piece of financial advice that you will appreciate for the rest of your life.
I was earning $500,000 a year at age 30, but I felt like I wasn’t making much money because I was in an established industry without big stock options. It was conservative and I was conservative. It didn’t fulfill me. I felt like I wasn’t making a good difference in anyone’s life.
So I quit that job, moved to Central Florida and started my own financial advisory business. Everyone thought I was crazy. Who walks away from an amazing job like the one I had?
I had to reinvent myself as an entrepreneur. It took me a long time to build my firm, one client at a time, from scratch. I went from $500,000 income a year to almost zero the next. It challenged me personally, professionally and emotionally.
Here is what I learned
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