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Mickey Mikeworth is "Blessed to be a Blessing" On the Edge

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/mickeymikeworth Mickey is an intense math geek with a contagious laugh, with a non-nonsense style that meets everyone where they are. With humor and heart, Mickey has brought her innovative outlook on prosperity and poverty to tens of thousands of people through speaking, teaching, advising, consulting, and in-the-trenches business experience. For the last 24 years Mickey has dedicated all facets of her life into one directed action: the magnification of prosperity. She literally wrote the Prosperity Business Model (PBM) and teaches it everyday and in every way. Accolades and interesting points: Remarkably, Mickey has a 98% retention rate of clients and her clients book a year in advance. Last year, 1,200 private meeting slots were sold out in just 20 minutes. Mickey engages wealth in the world very differently and her innovative ideas on Plastic Budgeting have been highlighted on the front page of the business section of the New York Times. Mickey was honored with a special award by the AARP as the Wealth Spreader for the 50 over 50 awards in Pollen Magazine. She is one of the Top Women in Finance voted TWICE by Finance and Commerce Magazine. She was voted Best Financial Advisor for Women in the Women’s Press Women’s Choice Awards. Last year her passion project called Project Elf donated 9 TONS of clothing and home goods to needy families. And WOW-that is her 15th year of that project. There are many amazing stories about the lives that are changed from her ideas on rearranging resources. She has been awarded the Community Partnership Award with Head Start for her 20+ years of service to homeless families. Her 20+ years of community work with African American men in Minneapolis was crucial during the times of George Floyd unrest. She helped build full time jobs and front line community teams to serve the city and its people.  

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