Breaking Money Silence

Breaking Money Silence

A podcast series aimed at helping all of us talk more openly about money.... Show More

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September 21, 2020 25 min
In this episode*, I interview Dr. Louise Aronson, the author the New York Times bestseller, Elderhood: Redefining Aging, Transforming Medicine, and Reimagining Life. Listen in as we discuss how society’s negative views about aging impacts how we care for seniors and approach the third stage of life. The cost to individuals, especially women, is high but all of us can take steps to treat ourselves and our aging parents better. It st...
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In this 100th podcast episode, I celebrate two women in my life who have lived to 100 years old and beyond with Dr. Amy, a life transitions expert. My Nana Mo and my Great Aunt Alice, each from different sides of my family lived to be 103 and 104 respectively. These women role modeled what it meant to be a feminist before it was fashionable. Dr. Amy shares her insights as to how to live a long, rewarding life and how having essenti...
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Is it wise to trust your gut when it comes to money? Listen in to my interview with New York Times best-selling author, Ellen Rogin, to learn how to use your money intuition to make better financial decisions, especially during challenging times. If you were taught that managing your money is strictly an intellectual pursuit, you will leave this episode inspired to tap into your emotions around finance and walk away with practical ...
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In this episode, I interview Dave Bruno, venture capitalist, ex-ski racer, and male ally, about why he thinks women entrepreneurs should go big or go home. He believes women should embrace more risk and dare to fail. Dave’s mother demonstrated female resilience and perseverance and fueled his belief that women make great business leaders.  Show Notes: Book Recommendation: Yes, You Can Do This! How Women Start Up, Scale Up, and Buil...
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As millennials age, they will be asked to serve as executors of wills and help settle their parents’ and loved ones’ estates. But what does that really entail and what types of questions should ask before accepting this honor? In this podcast, I interview Dave Coffaro, an experienced banking executive and co-founder of Atticus, an app to aid in estate planning settlement. Listen in as I share my personal experience with estate plan...
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If you want your mom and dad to live a long, healthy life but fear they may outlive their financial resources, you are not alone. Sixty-two percent of millennials and Gen Xers worry their parents haven’t saved enough, yet over half find this money talk taboo. In this episode, I interview Blair Baldwin, founder of AgeUp about inter-generational money conversations and why his team decided to develop an innovative insurance product t...
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Discover what Millennials are doing right when it comes to money in this interview with Louis Wray, Founder, Investing You. Louis discusses how positive psychology influenced his company, and how happiness is not connected to money, but how you use it to live a good life. Listen to this podcast, share it with your kids or parents, and start a money conversation about money, values, and living an intentional life.  Louis Wray, Found...
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June 29, 2020 1 min
We are doing a new series called Millennials and Money. So, you want to make sure that you've subscribed to the Breaking Money Silence® podcast to not miss any episodes. Our guests will be talking specifically about Millennials and money. Here are some examples of upcoming topics: What are some of the misconceptions about Millennials' relationship with money? Are they indeed better at talking about money than the gener...
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Listen in to my interview with Marcia Mantell, a retirement consultant, for the final episode of our Women, Money, and Powers series. Marcia's latest book, What's the Deal with Social Security for Women? makes learning about this sometimes dry topic interesting. Discover the history of Social Security and how that has changed as the role of women in the workplace has evolved. Walk away with an understanding of why millennia...
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In today’s Behind the Scenes of the Breaking Money Silence® podcast, host Kathleen Burns Kingsbury answers listeners’ questions about her biggest take-aways as a host and some of her favorite guests. Also learn the story of how Kathleen first realized she needed to break her own money silence. Again, she is joined by a friend of the show, Lisa Danforth, a coach, speaker, and owner of Lisa Danforth Consulting. Tune in and find out w...
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Can young girls make a difference in the fight for gender equality? In Vermont, they did! Listen in as Jessica Nordhaus and Lindsey Lathrop, co-founders of Genclusive, a gender equity consulting firm, share this heartwarming story. Learn what you can do to be more inclusive, no matter where you work or what gender you identify as. And leave inspired to make a difference in your community. Special Announcement: Visit Genclusive and...
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Listen in as Kathleen discusses gender bias with Beth Milkovits, CFP®, an ambassador for Brown Brothers Harriman’s Center for Women and Wealth. Kathleen and Beth share personal stories of discrimination, how women can be their own worst enemies, and what needs to be done to achieve gender parity in the long run. Check out this funny video by McKinsey & Company that Beth mentions in the interview, Addressing Unconscious Bias at...
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In today’s Behind the Scenes of the Breaking Money Silence® podcast, host Kathleen Burns Kingsbury answers listeners’ questions. A friend of the show, Lisa Danforth, a coach, speaker, and owner of Lisa Danforth Consulting joined the episode. Tune in and find out what listeners are curious about, how Kathleen answers, and how much fun Lisa has serving as MC. Don’t worry – if your question was not answered, there will be a  Behind t...
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Ninety percent of the wealth in the United States owned by family-owned businesses and women-owned family businesses has increased by 37% in the past five years. Listen in as I interview Dr. Travis G. Parry, the founder of the Make Time Institute, about his personal experience in a family business and his professional work empowering families to talk about money and succession planning. Dr. Travis G. Parry is the founder of the Ma...
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As part of the Women, Money, and Power series, Kassandra Dasent, consultant and financial wellness engineer, joins the podcast today to discuss underearning, and shares her personal story. Learn how taking a risk allowed Kassandra to break free and earn her worth, and about the challenges immigrants and women of color face accumulating wealth. Discover how an abundance mindset is a great way to support women in their quest to progr...
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In this Behind the Scenes, Diane Abruzzini and I chat about her experience being on a podcast for the very first time and her new house purchase. Diane had the goal of purchasing her own home since she started working and moved into her new home in August 2019. Listen to her Breaking Money Silence® podcast episode, Are millennials entitled? here. Be sure to sign up for the Breaking Money Silence® podcast and not miss an episode! Th...
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Whether you were born into the millennial generation or not, you will enjoy this episode as I bust open the myth that millennials are entitled with my guest, Diane Abruzzini. A millennial herself, tune in and hear her perspective on the financial services industry’s approach to attracting next gen clients and employees, and how she turned a career in agriculture into a sweet marketing job doing what she loves – helping people inves...
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Powerful women work hard, take risks, and make great friends. In this episode, Kathleen interviews Suzanne Siracuse, former CEO and Publisher of InvestmentNews turned consultant, about her professional journey. Learn the key factors that Suzanne attributes to her success in a male-dominated industry, the advantages of being a woman leader, and why she recently decided to become an entrepreneur. Suzanne Siracuse, Founder and CEO of...
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Have you ever felt like you were labeled and put in a box? If so, this podcast interview with Lauryn Williams is for you! Lauryn is known as a gold and silver Olympic medalist, but like most powerful women that is only one dimension of her true self. Listen in to hear her story, why I was blown away by her keynote presentation, and how you can recognize and overcome stereotypical thinking about women of color and money. Special B...
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February 4, 2020 19 min
Being a mom, entrepreneur, and a powerful woman can be tricky. Listen in to this episode of our Women, Money, and Power series as Natalie Taylor shares a pivotal teachable moment with her young son that helped him change his relationship with spending. Learn how you can examine your money mistakes and be compassionate to yourself and your children when it comes to talking about finances and changing habits. Hint: Discussing feeling...
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