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In August 2009, Nikkei Trendy in Japan featured Karlan and his Professionals in the City speed dating events as what is currently trendy in the United States.
In October 2010, Washington, DC Mayor Adrian Fenty officially commended Karlan for Professionals in the City surpassing a membership of 200,000 in the Greater Washington, DC metropolitan area and for enhancing the quality of life of residents of Washington, DC.
But I have never been able to understand why this self-proclaimed expert has such a following.
Imagine a celebrity chef who has given herself food poisoning, or a car expert that couldn’t change a tire.
Karlan's published works as an attorney include "Differences in Treatment of Employees and Independent Contractors Under Selected State and Federal Statutes," 1998 American Bar Association Section of Taxation Mid-Year Meeting (with Kurt L. Lawson) and "Cash or Deferred Arrangements, Matching Contributions, and Employee Contributions," 1998 Annual American Law Institute-American Bar Association Conference (with Mary Oppenheimer).
Karlan founded Professionals in the City to bring the local professional community together and to familiarize residents with the activities their cities have to offer.
What stood out to me in this article with Orman wasn’t the oft-repeated admonishment to be thrifty, it was this:“There was a time that I was in a relationship with a very, very wealthy person and I wanted to impress this person and I didn’t have money yet, so I went out and I leased a car,” Orman tells CNBC Make It.Orman has said things about money over the years that make me think she’s more sizzle than steak.First, something recent and, truth be told, the reason I’m finally writing an article I’ve been considering for years.Susan Lynn ‘Suze’ Orman is an American financial advisor, television host, author and motivational speaker.She is known for her famous show on CNBC, ‘The Suze Orman Show’ and for the numerous books that she has written on a variety of topics related to finance, like, ‘You’ve Earned It, Don’t Lose It’, ‘The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom’, etc.