Listen: New York Times, Harvey Weinstein, Suzie Ormond discussed on Listen Money Matters
"She's an author, financial advisor speaker, a television and a podcast host. You probably know her best from her guest appearance on season six episode, five of the hit television program, thirty rock starring note. Okay, I'm just I'm just getting that that is an accurate, but it's my favorite. You probably know her best from the Suzie Ormond show or one of her six consecutive New York Times bestsellers, and let's get it straight line rights. You gotta get it straight now and what are you talking about? Thirty rock and she watch Saturday Night Live eight times Kristen wig in personnel and me and urine profile. I just boat. And what is this that it's early? What did it about book I drinking at nine out for like God knows how many hours I should be going sleep by now. And the boys just got up and they're drinking. It's early for drinking, but hey, if if you don't think it's early for drinking, then by all means next time I'm not gonna say that no problem. All right. Nine, nine consecutive New York Times bestsellers, and her latest book is a revised and updated two thousand eighteen version of her popular bestseller women and money. Suzie. Orman welcome to the show. Thank you. And I'm happy to be here because you to sound is crazy. As I know I am. Thank you. That is a that is quite the compliment. I will take it and I'm going to take beer shit. I'll take. I'll take some of my herbal tea. Boozing it a little. Let's. You know when in Rome. So let's start off by asking the question about why a book about money just for women. What do you think are some of the biggest personal finance differences across genders for that? Let's get real. Have you been watching the news lately? Have you been seen all the sexist stuff that is going on. You have been violated the metoo movement now, obviously not everything happened that was related to money, but if you just think about it, everybody, why did many of the women do things that they did not want to do who would have wanted to do with Harvey Weinstein? Are you kidding me? I've seen in person. You have got to be kidding. That's a nice way to describe him. But the truth of the matter is is that women will do anything to take care of their families. Women have the ability to give birth. In most cases, they have the ability to feed that which they've given birth to in most cases. So it is their nature to nurture sweethearts. They will go out there and they'll make more money than you have ever even seen in your life, but they will take that money and they will make sure that everybody else is nurtured with it. And then by the time they are fifty sixty years of age and all these crazy things have happened to them, they will say, what about me? Women can be as powerful as they are meant to be. Women can have the ability to say, no, I'm not doing that with you when they know they don't need the money, you will say, yes. If you want the job, the part, the promotion, the pay. Say to take care of your family, but if you have money, if your powerful over the money that you have, you have the ability to say, are you crazy? So the time has come once again for me to say, all right ladies. You're finding your voice and speaking up and say me too. Now, I want you to say money as well. What do you think that is specifically for women as opposed to say any other gender? Well, the only other gender that's out there is the one that's doing it to the women. You know. So I don't think men have to worry about it too much then are used to for years now. This is obviously changing where I was. I gave a talk the other day in pointed. I've rocked the house to a sold out crowd at the Apollo, which by the way we'll brag. Humble brag, you stand on that stage and you do what I did that night boy. Get up there, but it will be shown Tober first at eight pm on the Oprah Winfrey network. So all of you should Mark your calendars to see house that was Rockin about money.."