Think Like a Breadwinner: A Wealth-Building Manifesto for Women Who Want to Earn More (and Worry Less)
Jennifer Barrett (Author)
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DescriptionA new kind of manifesto for the working woman, with tips on building wealth and finding balance, as well as inspiration for harnessing the freedom and power that comes from a breadwinning mindset. Nearly half of working women in the United States are now their household's main breadwinner. And yet, the majority of women still aren't being brought up to think like breadwinners. In fact, they're actually discouraged--by institutional bias and subconscious beliefs--from building their own wealth, pursuing their full earning potential, and providing for themselves and others financially. The result is that women earn less, owe more, and have significantly less money saved and invested for the future than men do. And if women do end up the main breadwinners, they've been conditioned to feel reluctant and unprepared to manage the role. In Think Like a Breadwinner, financial expert Jennifer Barrett reframes what it really means to be a breadwinner. By dismantling the narrative that women don't--and shouldn't--take full financial responsibility to create the lives they want, she reveals not only the importance of women building their own wealth, but also the freedom and power that comes with it. With concrete practical tools, as well as examples from her own journey, Barrett encourages women to reclaim, rejoice in, and aspire to the role of breadwinner like never before.
G.P. Putnam's Sons
April 06, 2021
6.3 X 9.1 X 1.5 inches | 1.2 pounds
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About the Author
Jennifer Barrett is the Head of Content at Fidelity Investments. Previously, she was the Chief Education Officer at the investing app Acorns, Personal Finance Editor at CNBC and a GM at Hearst Digital. A veteran financial journalist, she has written for publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Money, and Newsweek, where she was a staff writer and editor. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two sons.