FINANCY FM: Suze Orman on slower global growth

In part 3 of our interview with personal finance expert Suze Orman, she tells us how digging deep can often be a woman’s greatest strength, especially when economic...

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In part 3 of our interview with personal finance expert Suze Orman, she tells us how digging deep can often be a woman’s greatest strength, especially when economic conditions are weak, like they are now.

“Now this is going to be one of the strangest things I have ever said,  but one way I have noticed that women take charge financially and become as money strong as they are capable of becoming, is when they have to rise to the financial struggles that a slow economy presents,” she told Financy.

“This is because a woman will do anything and everything to make sure her family is financially okay.  So she will dig deep and even amaze herself as to how truly financially capable she is.

“What is miraculous about the work ethic of many women, especially if they have a family, is women will work three or four jobs, it doesn’t matter if they only get to sleep two hours a night to make sure that their family is okay.”

Allow about 10 minutes for this interview.

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