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Discover inspirational stories from Napheesa Collier and Jess Sims.

On financial confidence

“You have to train every day in fitness. And you have to train yourself to be good in finances, as well. Whatever work you put in is the outcome you’re going to have.”

— Napheesa Collier

On financial opportunity

“There’s so much shame attached to talking about money. People are afraid to talk about their budgets. But the more we talk about it, the more we normalize it and grow from it.”

— Jess Sims

On financial responsibility

“I was scared of credit card debt. But you can use your card and pay it off to build credit.”

— Napheesa Collier

“I wish that I hadn’t been so afraid of credit cards. There were years of my life where I could have been using them responsibly!”

— Jess Sims

Napheesa Collier and Jess Sims chatting and laughing.

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