As much as I enjoy the warm weather and all the amazing activities that come with it, there is one aspect of my life that inevitably suffers: my wallet. So how do we get to enjoy that unicorn pool float while also staying financially afloat?   Often times, we hear the conventional wisdom of investing […]

Alice is a get it done lady. From working in China to joining a startup in DC to her curiosity to learn new things, she does it all and knows everyone. Follow along on her instagram and you’ll find Alice trying new restaurants, practicing yoga or traveling the world. Learn more about how our rockstar […]

When most people think of buying an apartment in New York City, it seems like an impossible dream. You would have to be a millionaire, right? Danielle Nazinitsky, a licensed real estate agent with Corcoran, works specifically with homes that are under $1 million – and gave Six Degrees Society a roadmap to home ownership.

(Permanent) roadtrip anyone? From Los Angeles to Wellington, New Zealand, here’s how Six Degrees Contributor, Alyson Garrido made the move!

The morning panel made me wish every breakfast started like this.  On Oct. 11, six founders had an honest conversation about growing their companies, giving back to other women and driving their hustle.With Six Degrees Society founder Emily Merrell as the moderator, SDS heard from Navi Ganancial, Co-Founder of FounderMade; Claire Wasserman, Founder of Ladies Get Paid; Leanne Shear, Co-Founder of Uplift Studios; Billie Whitehouse, Founder of Wearable X; and Suz Baleson, Founder of The Wellth Collective

Have you ever avoided applying for a job because you didn’t feel qualified? Sat in a meeting where you felt like you couldn’t contribute, even though you had a good idea? “Imposter Syndrome” contributes to why you felt you had to deny yourself those opportunities. On Oct. 10, Rebecca Kronman explained to Six Degrees Society what Imposter Syndrome is – a persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud”, despite laudable accomplishments – and help eliminate the doubts that contribute to it.