As entrepreneurs, we’re always looking for ways to build our business and earn more money. But are we opening ourselves to all the opportunities to do so? Are we doing everything we can to take action and push ourselves beyond our normal limits? In this episode of the IHML Show, we’re talking with one of America’s leading personal finance authorities, Farnoosh Torabi. This amazing guest is hooked on helping Americans live their richest, happiest lives and will inspire you to stop playing small and open yourself up to financial abundance. From her earliest days reporting for Money Magazine to hosting a primetime series on CNBC and becoming the resident money guru for O, the Oprah Magazine, she’s a prime example of how hard work, focus and leveraging opportunities can help you create the success you desire. More recently, Farnoosh began an award-winning podcast, So Money, where she chats with leading experts, authors and influencers about their financial perspectives, failures and habits.
But Farnoosh’s accolades don’t end there. She’s a sought-after speaker and the best-selling author of multiple books, her latest entitled When She Makes More: 10 Rules For Breadwinning Women. In addition to being one of America’s go-to money experts, Farnoosh now helps other influencers turn their own book into an unforgettable brand. She’s passionate about helping entrepreneurs stay visible and keep the momentum going in their business. By the end of the episode, you’ll be inspired to follow your heart, never give up and create a life better than your dreams.
Millions of Americans tune into Farnoosh’s award winning podcast, So Money where she chats with leading experts, authors and influencers about their financial perspectives, failures and habits. From Deepak Chopra to Arianna Huffington to Margaret Cho, hear how these accomplished individuals learned about money, the mistakes they made and their top financial habits.
Farnoosh is a sought-after speaker and bestselling author of multiple books. Her latest is entitled When She Makes More: 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women. Her work and advice have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes, Money, Time and many others. She also appears regularly on the NBC Today Show and other major news and talk shows. She graduated from Harriton High School in 1998 and attended the Schreyer Honors College at Pennsylvania State University followed by Columbia University where she earned a Masters in Journalism. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two children.