I’ve been raised to place a huge value on education.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
Making money doesn’t drive me.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
I’m a businesswoman; and I work incredibly hard at it.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
Every week The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews a famous person about her or his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.) as part of his weekly “Make Money Mondays” feature.
This week Whitfield interviewed Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman.
Wasserman is the founder of the brand “DR EVE”.
She is probably South Africa’s most well-known and respected Clinical Sexologist.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
I grew up in a very liberal, sex-positive home.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
My mother created what today is known as Alpha Pharm.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
I’ve been a single mother for 27 years.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
My financial advisor is my friend. He taught me what to do in terms of investing.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
As a therapist you’re trained not to be money driven.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
My worst investment ever was in people. I didn’t know who to select when I was expanding my brand.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
My best financial decision was buying a house. Selling it in 2008 was a bad decision.— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
People have the right to use sex toys!— Dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman
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