Charge What You're Worth

Why are women paid less than men?  Sometimes it is because they don’t fully understand the value of what they do. So how do women learn how to charge what their worth?

Gender Gap

The Institute for Women’s Policy Research reports that in 2015, female full-time workers made only 79 cents for every dollar earned by men, a gender wage gap of 21 percent. Women, on average, earn less than men in virtually every single occupation for which there is sufficient earnings data for both men and women to calculate an earnings ratio.

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The V.A.L.U.E. Formula

eWN Podcast Host, Nancy O’Keefe, talks with Business Coach, Carrie Greene, about her V.A.L.U.E formal, which stands for Vision, Action, Learned, Unique and Enough. Find out how those apply to you and your business, so you can ask for the money you deserve.

Carrie was 10 year veteran on Wall Street when she witnessed the first plane going into the World Trade Center on 9-11. She decided to change her vision of what she wanted in her life and serve other business owners. She now helps women entrepreneurs see their value, charge what they are worth and earn the money they deserve.

Carrie is the author of Chaos to Cash and Because You Are Worth It:  How To Make More Money By Charging More Money.  She is fearless in her own life and business and shares some very practical advice about making more money.


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