Season 1, Episode 20
Nice Girls with Special Guest
Dr. Lois Frankel
In this episode, Rita and Jen speak with well-known author Lois Frankel. One of her books is “Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich.” Lois is currently working on a 20th edition of “Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office.” All of her books list common mistakes women make…and the solutions!
Lois dives into the impact of her upbringing and how her mindset changed growing up. For example, if you are always thinking about money, you are not thinking about wealth. In her 30s she decided a change needed to happen so she could think bigger, act bigger, and be bigger!
Now, Lois only works with Fortune 500 companies other than pro bono clients on an individual basis. And this is because she wanted to work with companies that didn’t look at the checkbook when making a purchasing decision. Find out more incredible nuggets from Lois Frankel in this episode.
——About Dr. Lois Frankel——
Lois is the author of numerous bestselling books, including the business bible for women, Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office. Her latest book, Ageless Women, Timeless Wisdom: Witty, Wicked, and Wise Reflections on Well-Lived Lives, is a heartwarming and hilarious look at the insights of women seventy years old and better. After a career making a living as a consultant, executive coach, keynote speaker and writing books, she now applies the wit and wisdom she garnered during own well-lived life to projects that make a difference in the lives of women and girls. Although she continues to write and speak to women’s groups around the world, Lois spends more time helping to grow Bloom Again Foundation, the nonprofit she started with colleagues and friends, coaching young women via telephone and e-mail how to achieve their career goals, and building the Crafty Sisters Collection, a place for women artists to sell their handmade work. A native New Yorker, she currently enjoys living in Southern California where she can garden year round and take her rescue dog, Maddie, on long walks just about 365 days a year.