Hi My name is Eugenie ( u-jin-nay) and I am a grad student, financial educator, lover of yoga and comedy. I live in Philadelphia with my partner in crime Aaron and I have two bonus kids that I love to clown around with. When I’m not studying or working out I watch an abnormal amount of dance choreography photos.
I jumped into the financial industry in the craziest way, but I made my mission is to create financial planning accessible for women and women of color.
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We hate Money because we’re not good at Math. Oh, brother here we go… How many times have you been told that math is a guy thing? Or that you’re not a math person? This is the crazy limiting belief we chat about.
Welcome to the final episode of the Black Girl Money Mysteries Series! Our last episode is with Awilda Rivera, business coach/ black yogi/ and podcaster of Win Life!
Today’s podcast we are chatting about the first Black Bank The Freedman Bank
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Welcome to the first Black Girl Money Mystery story. This is our first "Planet Money" episode, where we look at a historical figure and analyze their superpowers in order to activate our own money stories.
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It all started when...
I was 8 years old. I went home and told my mom that the key to success was to learning how to golf. In my mind, I thought golf was an old person rich person sport.
I bought my first blazer two years later...
My name is Eugenie George. I am a recovering Type-A, ENTJ Woman.
I thought I had the world on my shoulders I had gone to college, got a job, and got a boyfriend I was sold on the American Dream. I thought if I had everything I would be happy. Now, don’t get me wrong I am fortunate. I beat the system and I am a black, college educated woman something that women couldn’t of dreamed of 40 years ago. I have freedom than anyone of my family members experienced. #blessed
Even though I had received many accolades in my life, I still felt physically and mentally felt stuck. I tried to search for answers so the I turned to television and media, this turned out to be horrible, because instead of figuring out was wrong, I was trapped watching episodes of Girlfriends, and Gossip Girl, and I started feeling bad for myself. I realized that I had a Quarter Life Crisis.
I blamed my problems on my job, friends, and money. I couldn’t emotionally explain what I feeling. I thought to myself ‘Is anyone else feeling trapped?’
Of course people were! This pissed me off, I started noticing so many talented people in their 20s feeling insecure, and feeling like they are not meeting up to their families or societal expectations.
What did I do?
I devoured books on being in your twenties, mid-life crisis, Type- A behavior, psychology papers (Shout out to Alice Stapleton!), self help books, and memoirs. I flew to London to find a mentor, and eventually I started a company.
I realized that most of my problems had nothing to do with a job, it was my mindset. That is my goal in life. SEE The bigger picture.
How’d I make my comeback? The secret is getting clear. Once I set clear goals with a financial coach, I was able to pay back my undergraduate student loans, create an emergency fund, and actually invest in my future. The same goes for YOU!
Research shows that financial coaching for women improves financial outcomes.*
In today’s Wellness Wednesday Post We’re talking about the crazy myth of women not being good at math and how that affects our money story.
Recently I was featured in the top financial planning blog Nerd’s Eye View about Racial inequalities. The scariest process is over; being accepted in the financial planning community and now I’m ready to figure out how to get the book published.
In this blog post were going to chat about money personality types and how it plays a huge role in our money stories
You have something unique, but we need to uncover some clear steps to unlock your superpowers. In this article, we are going to figure out what the heck your superpower is, and how you can use it in your everyday life.
Businesses fail for several reasons. Today we’re going to talk about a writing a business model. We’re also going to understand why it’s so important to have and finally tailor your business plan to work for you.
I am entering in a small demographic of people. I made the decision to change careers and become a Certified Financial Planner. It’s only been a year and what a journey it has been. This is my story
The Ugly Truth…We hate Money because we’re “not good” at Math. In this article, we’re going to talk about how our hatred of math has killed our ideas about money.
We are always branding ourselves either through social media or at work. Here are the top five reasons why you need a Media Kit if you are a small business or entrepreneur.
Have you wanted to get the best money tips from Women of Color, but don’t know where to go? Look no further here are some of the top finance podcasters and their top money tips.