ICFE eNEWS #16-03 - February 2nd 2016
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"The Six M's of Money" explained at
Celebrating Women and Wealth
It's not a secret that many women have a difficult time understanding
money in a way that helps them be financially successful. After all,
we're rarely taught about money and investing in school or at home.
Fortunately, help is right around the corner.
Creative Wealth, well-known for their unique, eye-opening,
highly-effective, fun and engaging youth money camps on all things
wealth related, will soon kick-off of their new women's program with a
special women's workshop called, "Celebrating Women and Wealth Workshop"
for women age 16 and up from March 12-13, 2016. It will be led by
Elisabeth Donati, creator of Camp Millionaire and The Money Game, and
Marjean Holden, Actress and International Transformational Trainer. Both
instructors are experts in Accelerated Learning Techniques that promise
to make the workshop fun and engaging for everyone.
Experts agree, money is one of the most misunderstood substances on the
planet, especially among women in a culture that often leaves them at a
distinct disadvantage. Here are a few reasons women struggle with money:
- Women live longer than men requiring more money needed for
- Women's health-care is often more expensive than men's and high
health care costs often make a huge difference in women's ability to
- Since 50% of marriages end in divorce, women often wind up raising
children on their own with little to no alimony or child support.
- Women lose, on average, 14 years of earning potential due to raising
children on one end and taking care of elderly parents on the other.
- Women have a hard time talking about money... they are full of
shame embarrassed because they don't understand it.
The truth is that women, however, are often better investors than men
once they learn the ropes. Clearing up confusions about money and
creating wealth can quickly transform a woman's life.
The program will include a look at "The Six M's of Money" (minding,
making, managing, multiplying, mending and mentoring), the art of making
peace with money, the critical difference between earning and making
money, a simple money management system that really works, a
get-out-of-debt fast technique to help reduce cut stress and put women
back in control of their money, how to talk to a spouse or child about
money, and much more.
Registration is available online.
Tickets are $50 per seat, scholarships and volunteer positions
available. Ages 16 and up are welcome.
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