Zoe Sexton - Author - Advisor
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Holy Basil Zombucha

Holy Basil! What an exclamation- and wow this brew is delightful. It's slightly herbal, contains no caffeine, no black no green tea. Just pure holy basil leaves -Tulsi from Organic India. This an herb with specific healing properties to relieve stress, protect the immune system...

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When They Call You “Dear”

There are just some things that make me cring and being called "Dear" is one of them. Especially when it's delivered by a man I don't know well. There's a certain creep factor that automatically makes him 20 years older and confirms we are from...

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When Friends Just Need a Little Food Love

She entered through the darkness, the hot humid night soaking into her skin with a silky touch. Her mind drifted with a quick visual of the mostly eaten potatoes au Gratin she had left in the white porcelain dish on the electric glass stove-top. The...

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When Easy-Bake Ovens Are Over

The smell of chocolate wafted through the warm kitchen, deep rich and comforting. The small girl sat impatiently looking through the plastic window of the small oven sitting up on the kitchen table to see if it was done yet. The Easy-Bake Oven that she...

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Calling Female Fund Managers

Mamma’s don’t let your babies grow up to be cowgirls …. It’s a casting call and not enough women are showing up as portfolio managers, states a recent article in Investment News. The world of mutual fund managers is relatively small at 7,410 managers nation-wide, and...

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WOMEN: 60 IS THE NEW 40, HERE’S WHY

Last April I taught a three-week series on Women and Money. It consisted of two cohort groups taking the classes on three consecutive Wednesdays or Thursdays. The 50 women attendees varied in age and wealth, but mostly over 50 years old. They were all concerned...

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Embrace Your Tribe: Women & Crowdfunding

Everyone knows men's ventures are funded more than women's right? But there's one area of finding where women are consistently outperforming men. It's crowd funding. In recent research, Jason Greenberg of New York University and Ethan Mollick of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School report that...

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Trumping Competitive Ego-based Language

The race is on to understand how to communicate with women in an industry filled with competitive, ego-based language and covert it to one of balance and holistic purposefulness. What speaks to female investors? In a 2013 NextWoman wrote about Marianne Abib-Pech and her career change from Arthur...

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Why Family Offices Invest in Real Estate

For the most part, the purpose of the family office is to effectively transfer established wealth across generations. So investing in real estate--developing a housing complex, shopping center or even a town--have been primary ways family offices have created long-lasting wealth and contributed to economic...

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Multi-family or Apartments? What’s the difference?

Joe Real Estate developer just called me and asked me to invest in his property with four, two-bedroom, two-bath units with a small yard. Is this a multi-family unit or a small apartment complex? What should I consider before investing? Knowing the right answer to this...

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