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by Joline Godfrey

Download No More Frogs to Kiss: 99 Ways to Give Economic Power to Girls ePub
  • ISBN 0887306594
  • ISBN13 978-0887306594
  • Language English
  • Author Joline Godfrey
  • Publisher HarperBusiness; 1st edition (July 20, 1995)
  • Pages 240
  • Formats docx mobi rtf lit
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Business Culture
  • Size ePub 1241 kb
  • Size Fb2 1431 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 243

A practical and inspirational guide for helping the girls of today become the economically empowered women of tomorrow -- featuring a foreword by Gloria Steinem.

For Parents, teachers and anyone eager to help girls avoid the traditional paths that lead to economic dependence on men, Joline Godfrey has created No More Frogs to Kiss, the essential handbook for arming the next generation of women with the knowledge and experience they need to ensure their economic independence.The guide contains 99 entertaining "action plans" to teach girls how to become financially empowered. They will learn to find deals in the marketplace, use business vocabulary intelligently, start a small home business more profitable (and fun) than baby-sitting and develop the habit of saving for the future. Accompanying each activity are provocative statistics about women and money, as well as stories of girls and women who have succeeded in their own business ventures. Also included is a resource section that provides suggestions for further reading, a directory of organizations and a glossary of business terms."At last! A book of practical, simple and enjoyable activities that will give the girls and young women in your life the opportunity to learn that business is both fun and profitable." -- Alice Ball, President, Girls Incorporated


Joline Godfrey is the founder and former owner of Odysseum, In. an international learning design company serving the Fortune 500, which she sold in 1990

Joline Godfrey is the founder and former owner of Odysseum, In. an international learning design company serving the Fortune 500, which she sold in 1990. Godfrey was honored by McGraw-Hill in 1987 as Intrapreneur of the Year and was selected in 1989 by the Kellogg Foundation as a Kellogg Fellow. Her most recent venture is a nonprofit company called The Knowledge Network.

For Parents, teachers and anyone eager to help girls avoid the traditional paths that lead to economic dependence on men, Joline Godfrey has created No More Frogs to Kiss, the essential handbook for arming the next A practical and inspirational guide for helping the girls of today become.

For Parents, teachers and anyone eager to help girls avoid the traditional paths that lead to economic dependence on men, Joline Godfrey has created No More Frogs to Kiss, the essential handbook for arming the next A practical and inspirational guide for helping the girls of today become the economically empowered women of tomorrow - featuring a foreword by Gloria Steinem.

Gives allot of good ideas to start implementing right away with your child. Now teenage girls can learn about making money. Growing out of her studies of women entrepreneurs, Ms. Godfrey formed the group An Income of Her Own. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 21 years ago. The educational foundation is designed to level the playing field, by providing teenage girls with the same opportunities that teenage boys traditionally enjoy: namely, to learn at a young age how money is made. This book is full of hands-on ideas for educating girls in business on a local level.

A practical and inspirational guide for helping the girls of today become the economically empowered women of tomorrow - featuring a foreword by Gloria Steinem. For Parents, teachers and anyone eager to help girls avoid the traditional paths that lead to economic dependence on men, Joline Godfrey has created No More Frogs to Kiss, the essential handbook for arming the next generation of women with the knowledge and experience they need to ensure their economic independence

Call +1 805-965-0475. Independent Means, Inc. About. Joline Godfrey is the CEO of Independent Means Inc. and an innovator in financial education for children and families.

Godfrey is a graduate of the University of Maine and Boston University (where she received an MSW) and was awarded an Honorary Degree in Business from Bentley College in 1995.

99 Ways to Give Economic Power to Girls. Published August 30, 1995 by Collins. The book is composed of three kinds of information: actions you can take to give economic power to girls; stories about women entrepreneurs; and snapshot num aimed at giving you a quick look at the economic realities currently facing girls and women.

No More Frogs to Kiss: Ninety-nine Ways to Give Economic Power to Girls is an attempt to make women's businesses visible and economically viable by laying the groundwork for sound financial decisionmaking among younger readers

No More Frogs to Kiss: Ninety-nine Ways to Give Economic Power to Girls is an attempt to make women's businesses visible and economically viable by laying the groundwork for sound financial decisionmaking among younger readers. The book has become the basis for Godfrey's nonprofit organization An Income of Her Own, founded in 1992, which teaches financial survival skills to teenage girls. Godfrey also started Independent Means in 1997, which is dedicated to the same principals, and she runs a financial education camp called DollarDivas.

Talk about No More Frogs to Kiss: 99 Ways to Give Economic Power to Girls


Malhala
I did like the book. Had a lot of helpful ideas. This is good for young girls and even women.
Sti
This book is an easy and quick read and has some excellent suggestions that you can start implementing right away. My daughter had just returned from a concert and we sat down and talked about all the ways the concert helped the local community, ranging from people flying in to attend the concert, staying at a hotel as well as restaurants. Gives allot of good ideas to start implementing right away with your child.
Coirad
Growing out of her studies of women entrepreneurs, Ms. Godfrey formed the group An Income of Her Own. The educational foundation is designed to level the playing field, by providing teenage girls with the same opportunities that teenage boys traditionally enjoy: namely, to learn at a young age how money is made. This book is full of hands-on ideas for educating girls in business on a local level. END