Your Voice Was Heard!

   By SheSpeaksTeam  Jan 24, 2023

Your Voice Was Heard! 🎉

We are grateful to the SheSpeaks community for taking the time to weigh-in on our surveys.  At the end of 2022, over 1,000 of you told us what you thought 2023 would have in store. And the press is taking notice of what you think! 🙌

Check out how the SheSpeaks Community had their voice heard as Aliza Freud, SheSpeaks' Founder & CEO, shares the Women Predict 2023 Study with PIXII News ⬇️

Here are some of  the top findings from the study:

1.  Women Disconnect Personal Financial Situation from Overall Economic Outlook

  • 70% of those polled say that the #1 issue of concern to them in 2023 is the economy.
  • More women believe the economy will continue to decline in 2023 (41%) vs those who believe it will improve (23%).
  • Despite this, more women believe that their own financial situation will improve (35%) vs decline (16%) in 2023.
2. Women Feeling the Long-tail Emotional Toll of COVID
  • Only 42% of women say they are excited for this New Year.
  • This was evident in the Top 4 emotions: only 41% of women said they are feeling “Hopeful,” while in the pre-COVID 2020 survey 75% were feeling “Hopeful.”
3. 2023 Will be the Year of Reconnecting and Learning Something New
  • The #1 thing women want to accomplish in 2023 is spend more time with friends & family (66%) – up 10% form last year.
  • #2 is learning something new (1 in 2 women) through a class, reading or podcast
  • Rounding out the top of the list are: Building strength/stamina/fitness (63%), getting my home organized (59%), traveling more (50%) and getting my finances in order (47%).

Do these results ring true for you?

What are your 2023 predictions as the New Year has begun?

Share your thoughts down below!


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RonaldGonzalez80 by RonaldGonzalez80 | West Valley City, WV
Apr 21, 2023

I like the video which you are sharing with us.

michelebella77 by michelebella77 | Milford, PA
Feb 28, 2023

As a single adult female working towards attaining my post graduate degree, I?m hopeful that the Biden Administration will be successful in winning the Supreme Court Case for Student Loan Forgiveness. Student loan debt slows new business growth and quashes consumer spending. If we forgive student debt, it would help consumers focus on other debts owed and reinvigorate the economy. Loan Forgiveness would benefit everyone.

HoneyB221 by HoneyB221 | CEDAR HILL, TX
Jan 31, 2023

As a single mom & teacher who lost my partner of 17 years last January, my top two priorities for 2023 are 1) getting my home organized and 2)getting my finances in order!

Jan 29, 2023

I agree with 2023 will be a year of reconnecting

ssfava by ssfava | CAROLINA, RI
Jan 26, 2023

This will be the best year!

beaniebaby70 by beaniebaby70 | Mt PLeasant, TN
Jan 26, 2023

They do.

beaniebaby70 by beaniebaby70 | Mt PLeasant, TN
Jan 26, 2023

They do.

beaniebaby70 by beaniebaby70 | Mt PLeasant, TN
Jan 26, 2023

They do.

jerseygirl13 by jerseygirl13 | HOWELL, NJ
Jan 26, 2023

interesting and a lot of information

asdasd1989 by asdasd1989 | Ny, NY
Jan 26, 2023

I expect it will be a good year for all of America

MamaSher by MamaSher | Historic New Castle, DE
Jan 26, 2023

it's pretty obvious!

schwarz2 by schwarz2 | MAQUOKETA, IA
Jan 25, 2023

Sounds like all over women have the same thoughts!

pcangel by pcangel | beaver falls, PA
Jan 25, 2023

Organization is on my list this year and getting rid of some things. As far as Covid I managed to dodge getting COVID the last 3years and I work in healthcare until this last week. Fortunately I didn't get a bad version of it. Mostly cold symptoms but I did lose my sense of taste and smell.