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Jayne Black, Mrs. Wisconsin International 2013, Founder of Saving Smart for 5 Generations, National Financial Literacy Ambassador and Spokesperson for the $avings Fund for the National Financial Educators Council, Certified Financial Education Teacher, Professional Speaker, Blogger and Writer for National and International Organizations and Magazines. Founding Board Member of the iOme Challenge a national financial contest for college students.
brief session outline: Financial Fitness for the Heart - Learn how the stress that comes from your finances has serious ramifications on your personal, psychological and physical health which is something Jayne has experienced first hand. We will identify your sources of financial stress and learn the Four healthy behaviors of a financially healthy home you can implement today to reduce your stress!
This is Part 2 in a 4 part series titled Women and Money.
Money focus changes as we do. How we view money as a teen in high school is different to when we graduate and move out for college or to start life; in our 30, 40s, 50s, and retirement age. By understanding where we are, and thinking about where we want to be, we may be better able to make deliberate changes to our day that move us closer to our financial goals. Our tendency to depend on others for our support dupes us into relaxing about thinking about how we will finance our future. I hope to have audience participation, and help raise awareness of how we think and how that thinking influences where we are, and why we may need to be more proactive about directing our future to be where we want it to be. If you missed Part 1: Conditioned to Receive, please listen in at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/debtfreewealthradio/2013/06/07/women-money-conditioned-to-receive
Part 3 Marriage, Motherhood, or Managing Solo (our status influences our focus) (6/21/2013)
Part 4 Financial Force or Financial Farce? Can we really make a significant contribution or are we destined to be the perpetual side-kick? (6/28/2013)
SERIES: Women and Money Part 1 of 4: Conditioned to Receive
Daddy, Sugar Daddy, Boyfriend, Husband. Women have been conditioned to receive the finances for their care from others. As we age, we extend this list to include our adult children as our providers.
We have always worked, and worked hard - but it is only in recent history that we were financially compensated for it, and even more recently, being recognized by society as creating a financial impact within our own right. Still, our historic conditioning, and traditions passed down within families influence how women interact with money.
In part 1, Conditioned to Receive, I will explore the traditional mindset of Women and Money and how it may be influencing our role as financial contributors today. Join me and contribute LIVE or via the facebook comment box below (scroll down please)
Part 2 Age Matters, Money and focus changes as we do.
Part 3 Marriage, Motherhood, or Managing Solo Our status influences our focus
Part 4 Financial Force or Financial Farce? Can we really make a significant contribution or are we destined to be the perpetual side-kick?
Is there a distinction or different characteristics associated with the African American Woman and finance?. Let's listen in today as Aaron discusses this topic based on his relationship working with women and their money. As always we encourage you to tell a friend about the show. Let's get started, pen and paper... Call in we welcome the conversation.
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This is Part 4 in a 4 part series titled Women and Money. Today, many women are heads of households, the main breadwinner in the family, out earn their partners, head up corporations, and run their own businesses. So, are you a financial FORCE or a financial FARCE? More detail will be added to this show page later. If you missed Part 1: Conditioned to Receive, please listen in at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/debtfreewealthradio/2013/06/07/women-money-conditioned-to-receive If you missed Part 2: Age Matters, please listen in at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/debtfreewealthradio/2013/06/14/women-money-age-matters If you missed Part 3: Marriage, Motherhood, or Managing Solo, please listen in at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/debtfreewealthradio/2013/06/21/women-and-money-marriage-motherhood-or-managing-solo
Michele Unangst of Get My Mom a Job will be my guest this week. Michele has developed a business that gives resources for women looking for work while staying home. She has over several hundred businesses that use her website. This is a call in show, so we would love to hear from you.
This is Part 3 in a 4 part series titled Women and Money. Money focus changes as we do. Being single, married, or a parent definitely changes how a woman focus and interacts with money. Join as we explore what some of those mindset shift are as we move through different phases of womanhood, and how preparing for them or changing our mindset may have a more powerful and positive impact on our experience of those phases. If you missed Part 1: Conditioned to Receive, please listen in at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/debtfreewealthradio/2013/06/07/women-money-conditioned-to-receive If you missed Part 2: Age Matters, please listen in at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/debtfreewealthradio/2013/06/14/women-money-age-matters Part 4 Financial Force or Financial Farce? Can we really make a significant contribution or are we destined to be the perpetual side-kick? (6/28/2013)
Women are becoming more equal and taking on more roles in families. When it comes to health, women are the one's who control the health for the most part. It is starting to grow more and more in the financial arena. Women are starting make the decisions of where the family's financials are going to be.
Ryan Williamson, Certified Financial Planner, with Horizon Wealth Management, located in Downtown La Grange, IL. Ryan will be our guest on today's show talking about Women, Money and Power.
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Today, Tricia and I will be talking about money, kids and college. Paying for college is your child's (or grandchild's) first adult business decision. How is it going to be paid? Who is going to help pay it?
It's not necessarily a given that parents or grandparents will cover the costs, giving the rise of the cost of tuition vs. the rise of incomes. It's pricing moderate-income families out of a college education if they don't prepare for it.
NOT ALL COLLEGE DEBT IS GOOD DEBT. Tricia will talk to us about the mentality, the math and the mechanics of how to help your kids get to college without breaking the bank.
Plaid for Women Radio is the show where we don't talk about topics you'll hear on 'typical' talk radio. We talk about the BUSINESS OF LIFE. Relationships, work, grief and mental health, communication, time management, health and wellness, and more.
We believe that EVERY woman is a working woman, and our goal is to help women achieve goals, gain influence, and be heard.
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817-759-8371 and mention "Plaid for Women"
Anita R. Johnson, Speaker, Author, Radio/TV Host & CEO of Money Wisdom for Women will speak from her book Big Girls Don’t Cry-Taking the Emotions Out of Finances –Virtually.
If Girls With Money Speaking Tour has not come to a city near you, here is your opportunity to get your tips for financial security Absolutely FREE.
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