Most of us primarily tune into The Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA) to witness drama, foolishness, and a lot of bad behavior. I know I do.
But now that I’ve watched The Real Housewives of Atlanta for the last five years, I’ve found myself taking notes about how these women operate when it comes their money. Even though they are quite foolish in their personal lives, they are quite savvy when it comes to their money.
Here are five of the smartest money lessons I’ve learned.
In the spirit of sisterhood, Cynthia gave Kenya a chance to showcase her ideas. Instead of showing up prepared with her concepts and deliverables, Kenya never even bothered to call to let Cynthia know that she wouldn’t show up for the meeting. Cynthia, naturally as a businesswoman, gave her business to Kim Fields, a fellow cast member that arrived to the meeting on time and prepared.
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The Next Time You Watch RHOA
Watching The Real Housewives of Atlanta no longer has to be a guilty pleasure. While you watch to satisfy your love of conflict and anti-social behavior, you’ll simultaneously pick up a number of solid financial lessons. In some cases, you may even find yourself inspired (gasp) by these women.