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We help women get paid what they deserve. We do it through monthly town halls, workshops, a private Slack group, and mentorship circles. Our goal? Teach skills that get us to the next level in our careers and close that wage gap.

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We help women get paid what they deserve. We do it through monthly town halls, workshops, a private Slack group, and mentorship circles. Our goal? Teach skills that get us to the next level in our careers and close that wage gap.

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By LisaMLewis22 - Sep 05 2019
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The Ladies Get Paid community online is so great, and this podcast is, too! Wish they put out even more episodes!!

THIS IS THE GREATEST

By Ashley4Hillary - Mar 08 2018
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I love Ladies Get Paid, and the podcast delivers.

iTunes Ratings

32 Ratings
Average Ratings
29
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2

Love love love

By LisaMLewis22 - Sep 05 2019
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The Ladies Get Paid community online is so great, and this podcast is, too! Wish they put out even more episodes!!

THIS IS THE GREATEST

By Ashley4Hillary - Mar 08 2018
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I love Ladies Get Paid, and the podcast delivers.

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Ladies Get Paid

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We help women get paid what they deserve. We do it through monthly town halls, workshops, a private Slack group, and mentorship circles. Our goal? Teach skills that get us to the next level in our careers and close that wage gap.

Rank #1: Asking for money is awkward. Karen Cahn will help you get over it.

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Serial entrepreneur and founder of new crowdfunding platform iFundWomen, Karen Cahn, has dedicated her career to making taboo subjects well, less taboo. Ladies Get Paid used her platform to raise over $100k from 2,000 people in order to pay for their legal fees. (If you like, legal fees whaaaa?! Check out the first Ladies Get Sued episode.) “My mantra is all the money for all the women now,” says Cahn, who has developed a career around supporting the female economy. “The reality is: Money is power, and when women are financially independent…we can control our own destiny. That’s what I’m all about as a person and an entrepreneur.” https://ifundwomen.com/projects/ladies-get-paid ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- iFundWomen, the fundraising ecosystem for women-led startups and small businesses, is thrilled to offer LGP Members a 15% discount on all professional video production and private coaching services, all designed to help you raise the most money possible for your business. Use code LGP at checkout. About iFundWomen: iFundWomen is a fundraising ecosystem for women-led startups and Smalls businesses. Our mission is to increase access to capital for entrepreneurs, empowering women to start and grow better businesses. iFundWomen drives funding to startups and small businesses through a flexible crowdfunding platform with a pay-it-forward model, expert startup coaching, professional video production, access to pitch competitions with investors, and a private community for our entrepreneurs. iFundWomen is changing the business of how businesses launch.

Jun 11 2018

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Rank #2: Do you need a financial coach?

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Our interview with financial coach Ashley Feinstein Gerstley (thefiscalfemme.com) will give you a sneak peek into the workshop she's leading with Ladies Get Paid in New York on January 18th, Money 101: How to Save, Spend, and Invest. We chat about what a financial coach does and things she's learned while working with clients.

Jan 02 2017

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Rank #3: Taking Your Work (And Family) On the Road

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Jennifer Sutherland-Miller is a digital nomad, global educator, mother and adventurer who has spent the last seven years circumnavigating the globe with her husband and three children. Miller is currently the editor of Packsmith by Tortuga Backpacks, a blog that offers fellow travelers advice on packing, gear, and clothes. 

In her personal work, Miller is deeply involved in grassroots efforts to alleviate malnutrition and combat the root of poverty but creating sustainable, dignified work for women and through expanding educational opportunity. 

Sep 06 2018

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Rank #4: Cowgirl Power: How to Kickass in Life and Business

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Gay Gaddis, founder of Austin- based ad agency T-3 and the author of Cowgirl Power: How to Kickass in Life and Business, speaks with Ladies Get Paid about starting her company in the recession, why she created a day care center in her office, and the time she turned down $70 million worth of business.

Apr 30 2018

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Rank #5: Alessandra Biaggi wants to improve the workplace for women. She's starting with State Senate.

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Ladies Get Paid sits down with Alessandra Biaggi, the Democratic candidate running for State Senator of New York's 34th District. Alessandra was one of the very first members of Ladies Get Paid, and has worked towards our shared mission of economic equality for women and girls every day since then. Why is Alessandra running? Because “it’s more dangerous to be silent than to run for office.” If we want to live in a nation where women are truly equal, where we’re free and able to make healthcare decisions about our own bodies, we can’t afford to be silent. Ladies Get Paid is proud to endorse Alessandra Biaggi for New York State Senate.

Jul 24 2018

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Rank #6: F*ck the Jargon: How to Start & Grow a Business

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This episode is based on a workshop we taught about how to get your operations and logistics in order for your business to flourish. We interviewed Alison Gilbert, former COO of Tasting Table, and Rachel Higgins, Director of Operations at startup branding agency, Red Antler. Key Takeaways include: Knowledge of the different phases you’ll navigate as you build your business. A sense of what kind of business you’re building and how to go about building it in a way that’s right for YOU. Immediate actions steps to take to from wherever you are -- even if you haven’t started yet!

Nov 07 2016

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Rank #7: Ladies Get a Lawyer

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Megan Cesare-Eastman, the Ladies Get Paid lawyer, gives her perspective on the lawsuit that was brought by members of a men's rights group, claiming gender discrimination. Learn more at ladiesgetsued.com

May 24 2018

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Rank #8: Investing 101 with Priya Malani

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Priya Malani – entrepreneur and CEO of Stash Wealth, a financial planning firm for H.E.N.R.Y.s™ [High Earners, Not Rich Yet] – speaks with Ladies Get Paid to debunk investing myths and plan your finances with confidence.

Feb 25 2018

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Rank #9: What happens to your business when a relationship ends?

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Family law attorney and founding partner of Rower LLC, Alyssa Rower speaks to Ladies Get Paid about protecting a business in the midst of divorce, the benefits of mediation, and how psychology informs her practice each and every day.

To learn more about Alyssa Rower, you can find visit her website at rowerllc.com and get in touch at alyssa@rowerllc.com

Aug 18 2018

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Rank #10: Why We Were Targeted By a Men's Rights Group

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Last year, Ladies Get Paid was sued for gender discrimination by members of a men's rights group. This group routinely targets other organizations like ours who are doing important work to advance the fight for equality. They exploit the Unruh Civil Rights Act, a law intended to protect the very people they sue, and have brought more than 300 suits like the one against Ladies Get Paid, including one against the Violence Against Women Act. This group sued Ladies Get Paid, our founder Claire Wasserman, and six of our ambassadors who helped organize our events. We're releasing a series of podcast episodes dedicated to the lawsuit, as well as a deeper discussion of the value of safe spaces, the community of men's rights group, and how the law is not always on our side. This episode is the first in the series, and features Ladies Get Paid founder Claire Wasserman as she describes her personal experience dealing with the lawsuit. To help keep Ladies Get Paid alive, please contribute to our crowdfunding campaign: https://ifundwomen.com/projects/ladies-get-paid

May 17 2018

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