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Sharon is known world-wide as the co-author of the international best-selling book Rich Dad, Poor Dad and the Rich Dad series of books. During her 10 years with the Rich Dad Company, it grew into an international powerhouse with over 20 books, board games, Web sites, CDs, audio cassettes and seminars. A life-long education advocate, Sharon Lechter is the founder of Pay Your Family First, a financial education organization, and YOUTHpreneur, an innovative new way to spark the entrepreneurial spirit in our children. Sharon helps shape the state of financial literacy in our nation and how best to promote a financially literate populous through her appointment to the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Literacy. Sharon is an entrepreneur, author, philanthropist, educator, international speaker, licensed CPA and mother. She has been a pioneer in developing new technologies to bring education into children’s lives in ways that are innovative, challenging and fun, and remains committed to education – particularly financial literacy. Today, Sharon shares more about her most recent best seller – Think and Grow Rich for Women – based on the original book by Napolean Hill, but with a feminine approach.
IN THE CONVERSATION, YOU WILL LEARN:
~ The Economic Impact of Women in the Workplace: With her new book, Sharon wants to change the dialogue. She wants women to stop complaining, and start celebrating what we’ve accomplished.
~ Follow Your Burning Desire: What gets you up in the morning? Sharon explains the need to find out what you love to do. “It is your passion that gets you through the tough times.”
~ 6 Ghosts of Fear: “There’s nothing to fear but fear itself.” – Napoleon Hill. Fear does one of two things – it either paralyses or motivates you. Sharon talks about replacing fear with faith. She also gives our listeners an exclusive tip on how to change negative worry into faithful hope.
~ Change Your Language: The power of words cannot be understated. Turn a negative statement like “I can’t” into “How can I?” or “I’ll try” to “I will” to ignite a spark of creativity inside you.
~ One Big Life: A quest for balance: When you worry about work-life balance, you’re living in the past. Be present in all that you do.Women in particular, carry past mistakes or guilt due to the “nurturer” label that has persisted for generations. If women are more secure in their own skin, and take care of themselves, then they will be successful in the world, too.
~ Embracing Feminine Energy: In the mid-70s, Sharon was one of the few women working in accounting. The change in business from competitive to collaborative is a sign that women must use their power to create success and significance. Sharon highlights the need for correct presentation, self confidence and the balance between masculine and feminine energy at work.
~ Find Your Confidence: Sharon leaves a special message for women – celebrate and support each other in your quest for success.
Even as a young child, her father would ask Sharon every day, if she had added value to someone’s life. Everything that she has worked for is for the service of the community. Each product, each service offered has been to offer a hand up, and not a hand out to people.
Giving Warriors means…
Someone who has a burning desire, and uses every ounce of their being and facility to make a difference to the world, related to that desire.
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
The Prayer of Jabez: Breaking Through to the Blessed Life by Bruce Wilkinson
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