(If you already know you want to experience one of our events or covet one of our unique financial education programs, use the coupon GREENFRIDAY2016 to save 25%. Visit our financial literacy store and just use the coupon when you checkout.)
Let’s face it, most of us could use more ‘green stuff’ in our lives…
- Green juices
- Green veggies
- Green grass and green trees
- And of course, money.
The lack of money in our lives often causes us to experience all sorts of negative emotions that can mess with our ability to enjoy life the way you’d like to.
Money (too little and sometimes too much) may make you feel…
Whether you like it or not, money contributes to your ability to experience the richness of life in so many ways and that DOES include being happy (to a point research indicates). How much money you have affects..
- What you get to eat and drink
- Where you get to travel
- What education you get to have
- What type of career you can go in to
- What type of car you can buy
- What type of home you get to live in
- What type of lifestyle you get to create for yourself
- What types of health care options you can choose
- How rich your family experiences can be
Here’s the good news…understanding this one little secret can change your ability to have more money, and experience more of what life has to offer…
~ All Wealth Is Learned ~
The simple truth is that people with more money than you simply understand personal finance better than you do and, more importantly, they act on that information and practice the habits they have learned.
Sadly, much of the information and many of those habits are learned the hard way…from making painful financial mistakes…and we’ve all done it…and it’s not your fault (until you know better).
The exciting part is that YOU can learn what it takes to have more money in your life and it’s not nearly as difficult as you might think. It takes just a few steps…
- Learning to have supportive money thoughts, beliefs and attitudes
- Learning to wisely manage the money you’re already ‘earning’
- Learning to start ‘making’ money (and yes, earning and making are different)
- Learning to multiply the money you are earning and making
- Learning to use extra money to do good in the world
- Learning to take everything you’ve learned and mentor others
We call this the Six M’s of Money…
Minding, Managing, Making, Multiplying, Mending and Mentoring
…and this is exactly what you will learn in our new Celebrating Women & Wealth Workshop.
And this is where Green Friday comes in (I never liked the Black Friday idea).
If you’re a women, or a man looking for a unique gift for a women you love), and you want to change the ending of YOUR 2016 Money Story, you have 4 days to sign up to learn the Six M’s of Money along side other women who are also ready to stop letting money dictate how they experience their lives.
By the way, I ave a very special co-leader for our Celebrating Women & Wealth Workshop. You’ll love her and recognize her from many of her TV roles!
Until Monday, December 1, take 25% off the gift of a sound financial education. Sign up for our new Celebrating Women & Wealth Workshop for yourself or the women in your life. Additional family and friends come at 25% off also and daughters, ages 16 and up, come free.
(Note: several of our other programs and products are also 25% off)
Go here and check it out. Use GREENFRIDAY2016 in the coupon code box to save 25%. This coupon works on our financial literacy kids camps, Camp Millionaire and Moving Out! for Teens, our financial education curriculums, Camp Millionaire and The Money Game as well as several of our other products. Check them all out on our financial education store.
Being financially savvy includes learning to save money. Take this opportunity to save money AND give yourself (or someone else) the best gift ever…a gift that lasts forget…learning how to become, and stay, financially secure and free.
Use GREENFRIDAY2016 to save your 25% until December 1.
If you have any questions, give us a call at 805-957-1024 or shoot us an email elisabeth @ creativewealthintl.org. (By the way, if you want to know why we write our email addresses this way in blog posts, it’s so that internet robots can’t grab it and send us all kinds of spam.)
Happy Holidays…and always remember, even during the holidays, to Pay Yourself First!
Your Financial Literacy Lady