LogoI met Amanda Steinberg two years ago.  She talked to me about Dailyworth.  I actually remember my state of mind.  I had it in my head that I was not going to do anymore investments right now.  That changed before lunch ended.  I not only invested in Dailyworth, I wrote about Amanda and have been involved in the growth of the company ever since. 

Dailyworth has gone through many of the same growing pains that all companies do.  Over the past two years DW has emerged as the premier financial media site for women.  We have moved from just being a series of daily emails to a full fledged interactive site.  It is a major expansion and one that I am really excited about.

DW is changing the way that women think, talk and interactive with money.  Amanda built this because it filled a void in her life.  She is a divorced mom of two young children who has struggled financially.  She wanted to build a media platform that spoke to women about money and embraced the decisions, the hardships, the thought processes that women go through when it comes to money.  The goal is to help women know their worth by empowering them to see money as a source of freedom and choice.  That is powerful. 

We will soon reach one million subscribers daily and with the website we can expand our services and our conversations about money. 

Over the next few weeks we will see tweaks and changes from the feedback we get so please get on Dailyworth and see what people are talking about.