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CNBC-TV’s Fast Money personality and mega hedge fund cochair Finerman tackles the intangibles of how women actually get in their own way and shares solutions by way of hard-headed practical advice. To her, money is a means, not an end, to a contented and successful life. In every chapter, she describes the traps women set for themselves and explains in detail how these can be avoided. Stand out and get noticed is her initial piece of advice, whether that means conquering a fear of public speaking or anticipating the boss’ needs. Other rules of the road to success include showing confidence and making good decisions. The personal stories with which she augments her suggestions not only act as examples of good action but also create a bond with readers. --Barbara Jacobs
This is the book that every woman who wants a role model for success needs. Finerman's Rules is jammed-packed with great advice that's presented in Karen's uniquely honest and funny way. She teaches through her own story as a mom of four, a wife, a daughter, how she became a big Wall Street success, then failed big (spectacularly) and then bounced back. Everyone can learn from Karen, I know I have.
-- Suze Orman
This is the book every parent should give to a daughter. With the wisdom that comes only with experience, Finerman offers young women the advice of a mentor and the candor of a friend.
-- Lois P. Frankel, Ph.D., author of Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office
As a woman on Wall Street and the mother of four, Karen knows how challenging it can be to find the right balance between work and home. She also recognizes how important it is for women to take a more active role in managing their money. With honesty, style and wit, she shares practical advice for having a great family life, a fulfilling career and a better-than-passing acquaintance with personal finance.
--Tory Burch, Designer and CEO of Tory Burch LLC
I read the reviews before starting the book and expected the worst. I thought it was refreshingly unvarnished. Read morePublished 4 months ago by L. Schuttler
Basic b*tches rules... meh. If she weren't born into the right family, fortune and right circle of friends... she's just basic. She's just calvinist basic. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Helllooo Sunshine
Good. Just actually tells her story of how she got where she is.Published 6 months ago by Elaine B.
not very revealing nor informative and I really like her on Fast MoneyPublished 9 months ago by V. Neiberg
I really appreciated this book and the clarity and forthrightness from the author. The honesty was refreshing. Read morePublished 17 months ago by CL
Great finance book. Good advice for women interrested in finance careers. Great personal and business advice. Provides details about hedge fund transactions.Published 17 months ago by Aminata Sene
The writer has good style but not everybody agrees with her views on money and marriage. This is a good book to balance money and life.Published 18 months ago by Jim Konstanty