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Let’s Use the Crypto Craze as a Springboard into Better Financial Literacy

Investing in cryptocurrencies has gotten a new segment of folks interested in finances. But why stop there? It’s a great opportunity for them to get a leg up with three important financial lessons.

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Member of the Moment: Dena Jalbert

"In a world where women are often alone at the top, it’s so important that we look for collaborations like WPO to fuel our personal inspiration and professional development."

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Life Insurance: Let’s Separate the Facts From Fiction

Sixty-seven percent of Americans say that the pandemic has been a wake-up call for them to reevaluate their finances, and life insurance is among the top items on their financial health checklists.

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Member of the Moment: Claire Cochran

"My first meeting was an open door into the future for me. I had been looking for a "Board of Directors" for my firm for a long time and had finally found one!"

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Member of the Moment: Marie-Lou Gillespie

"The WPO has been a game-changer for my business in many different ways. It has opened up a world of opportunities for me and exposed me to mentors who have inspired me to change the way that I do business."

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Member of the Moment: Kerry Michaels

"Trust your gut. You know your business and customers better than anyone. Sometimes it can be easy to second guess yourself and your decisions when you receive conflicting advice and opinions from others. Over time I've learned (and I'm still learning) how to filter the advice and trust in myself."

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Entering Year Three of the pandemic, American workers face new challenges and changes

As workers consider their future, job stability, financial stability and work/life balance are key priorities.

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The Business of Race: Is Your Company Race-Tentative?

Readiness for change is a core muscle individuals must flex or build as part of their own race journey. Organizations must do the same. Assessing organizational readiness to start, reimagine or evolve your company’s race work can serve as a guidepost for your next steps.

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Member of the Moment: Jaclyn Reid

"I am most certainly stronger than I think I am on some days. It is a beautiful thing to have an incredible group of support when being a woman entrepreneur, when you're doubting yourself or when you're celebrating an incredible milestone."

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Embracing How Far We’ve Come, Individually and Collectively

Historically, milestones were actual stones placed beside a road to help travelers mark the distance in miles between where they were traveling to and from. In today’s business environment, milestones perform a similar function, marking the progress of a project from start to finish. I’ve always been a big fan of milestones—anticipating them, celebrating them, and reflecting on what they mean to an individual, a partnership, an enterprise such as my own company Jazzercise, Inc., or an organization such as WPO.

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