25 min

A Lesson On How To Think Like An Investor with Britt Baker Voice Lessons Podcast

    • Society & Culture

Britt Baker and her company Dow Janes are on a mission to get 10,000 women invested by the year 2025. Why? Because good things happen when women have money. In this lesson on "how to think like an investor", we speak to why it's time for women to take control of their money so they can have more choices, louder voices, and more financial confidence when it comes to investing and building a foundation for their future.
How Britt got into investing at an early age. The concept of Dow Janes and the founder’s mission to help women invest. Dow Janes started as an investment club for women in Britt’s living room. The turning point when Britt and Laurie Anne teamed up to launch Dow Janes as co-founders. *Women donate their money more than men. The way that women invest. **About 39% of women have no retirement strategy, compared with 25% of men. Only 19% of women have a written retirement plan. Common misconceptions that women have about investing. How Britt defines confidence in investing. The subject of money is emotional and intangible. Your relationship to money drives how you relate to and use money. The 3 common themes that come up for women and money. Why Britt and Laurie Anne design what they are working on in their business based on their menstrual cycles Your cycles can be your superpower if you use them correctly. Why women need to understand money in this moment. Why leading with intuition can be more powerful than the numbers. How women can have a conversation about taking on finances with their spouse.

Britt Baker and her company Dow Janes are on a mission to get 10,000 women invested by the year 2025. Why? Because good things happen when women have money. In this lesson on "how to think like an investor", we speak to why it's time for women to take control of their money so they can have more choices, louder voices, and more financial confidence when it comes to investing and building a foundation for their future.
How Britt got into investing at an early age. The concept of Dow Janes and the founder’s mission to help women invest. Dow Janes started as an investment club for women in Britt’s living room. The turning point when Britt and Laurie Anne teamed up to launch Dow Janes as co-founders. *Women donate their money more than men. The way that women invest. **About 39% of women have no retirement strategy, compared with 25% of men. Only 19% of women have a written retirement plan. Common misconceptions that women have about investing. How Britt defines confidence in investing. The subject of money is emotional and intangible. Your relationship to money drives how you relate to and use money. The 3 common themes that come up for women and money. Why Britt and Laurie Anne design what they are working on in their business based on their menstrual cycles Your cycles can be your superpower if you use them correctly. Why women need to understand money in this moment. Why leading with intuition can be more powerful than the numbers. How women can have a conversation about taking on finances with their spouse.

25 min

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