The economic power of women is huge. Women control the majority of personal wealth in the United States, own businesses that contribute $3 trillion annually to the economy and are due to inherit 70% of the $41 trillion in intergenerational wealth transfers in the next 40 years.
Despite this collective financial influence, individually many women struggle to express their personal power at work, costing female professionals promotions, equal earnings and long-term job satisfaction. In a recent Jam Session, Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, author and founder of KBK Wealth Connection, explained the common roadblocks women experience when owning their economic power, how women can express power in
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