June 11, 2013
If you’re one of the 25 million single women over the age of 45 living in the United States today, AARP’s The Single Woman’s Guide to Retirement is your new best friend. Walking you through the challenges of retired or pre-retired life, from managing your finances to staying healthy in body, mind, and spirit, dealing with divorce, and even looking for love or work, the book covers the issues that really matter to you. Whether you’re looking for a retirement home or planning a cruise, this book is packed with specific details to help take the guesswork out of retirement. Author and retirement expert Jan Cullinane has gathered real-life stories from women just like you to illustrate your options and give you fresh new ideas about how to make the most of your retirement years.
Jan Cullinane is a best-selling author, speaker, and consultant. Her books include AARP’s The Single Woman’s Guide to Retirement, The New Retirement: The Ultimate Guide to the Rest of Your Life, and Retire Happy! The New Retirement reached the number two rank on both Barnes & Noble.com and Amazon.com, and was chosen as book club selection by The Washington Post’s “The Color of Money” columnist Michelle Singletary. Jan has been featured on TV, on the radio, and in many newspapers and magazines.
July 9, 2013
Are you a subconscious super complainer? One sign is, you justify your procrastination because your growing to do list leaves you feeling overwhelmed and tired. You also find yourself setting “dates” to walk or enjoy a beverage of choice with your partner, friends and colleagues only to spend a good portion of the time in covert complaining. Although it may make you feel like a million bucks in the moment, this burst is only momentary. Did you know that complaining is the number one sign that your actions are out of sync with what you are really wanting more of in your work and life? Join us for a lively conversation as Michele shares stories, tools and tips that show you how to stop your subconscious complaining habit. You’ll discover how to leverage your complaints into more positive energy and purposeful action. You’ll not only recharge your spark, you may even laugh at yourself enough to knock your socks off.
Michele is a leadership and business coach, inspirational speaker and entertaining blogger that resides in the Pacific NW. She once was a subconscious super complainer that kept wishing for things to change in her work and life. For the past 14 years she’s been leveraging the gifts of complaints as a tool to help her clients break through to the other side and be more productive and create more satisfaction in their careers and life. Get your no cost copy of the Values Clarification tool at www.rechargeyourspark.com
August 13, 2013
Whether you are married, single, or someplace in between, you can’t depend on Prince Charming. The truth is, all marriages end in death or divorce, and many women never marry at all. As a result you are likely to be handling money solo. But you don’t have to do it alone if you use the power of the group to get ahead financially. In this teleseminar we’ll talk about how you can become a money star, the truth about women and money, and how to enlist the help of others to support you on your path. Our guests Ginita Wall and Candace Bahr are co-founders of the long-running non-profit Women’s Institute for Financial Education (WIFE.org) and Money Clubs for Women.
Candace Bahr is co-founder of Bahr Investment Group as well as the non-profit Women’s Institute for Financial Education, WIFE.org, sponsor of the acclaimed Second Saturday program called “What Women Need to Know About Divorce.” Candace also co-authored the book, It’s More Than Money—It’s Your Life! The New Money Club for Women. The North County Times Newspaper has run her weekly finance column, It’s Your Life, on the front page of their business section for over four years. Candace has also written a monthly financial column for Décor & Style magazine for almost a decade. Candace is widely quoted in women’s magazines as well as The New York Times, Fortune, Bloomberg, and Money Magazine. She has appeared on MSNBC, CNBC, NBC Nightly News and CNN Headline News.
Ginita Wall is co-founder of WIFE.org and originator of the acclaimed Second Saturday program (“What Women Need to Know About Divorce”), Ginita Wall is a financial expert and columnist for Turbotax, Divorce Magazine, Divorce360.com, and has written for iVillage.com, CNBC.com, Cox Interactive Media, the General Electric Center for Financial Learning and Divorce Magazine. As a nationally recognized expert on the subject of women and money, Ginita is a frequent speaker for women’s groups, conventions, professional groups, and philanthropic organizations. Named one of the 250 top financial advisors in the country by Worth Magazine seven years in a row, she has authored eight books and numerous booklets on personal finance, including The ABCs of Divorce for Women. As a fee-only advisor located in San Diego she specializes in helping people through life transitions, including divorce and widowhood.
September 10, 2013
Financial illiteracy is a problem that affects everyone: men and women, young and old, across all racial and socioeconomic lines. As parents we would be outraged if our children were illiterate and could not read or write so why do we tolerate our children being financially illiterate? Knowing how to make wise financial decisions can have a tremendous impact on our children's their lives in so many ways. There are many reasons why we do not financially educate our children, and this program will address those reasons along with empowering parents with numerous tools to make sure they are preparing their children to be be financially literate and able to make sound financial decisions for a lifetime!
Jayne Black, Mrs. Wisconsin International 2013 - Financial Literacy Ambassador and Certified Financial Education Teacher for the National Financial Educators Council, Founder of Saving Smart for 5 Generations, Women's Financial Empowerment Coach, Speaker, International and National Writer and Professional Blogger.
October 8, 2013
We are entering a new economic age. This is the You Economy. The desire for purpose & meaning in work isn’t the burden of a naive generation; it’s the foundation for a new age of commerce. The New Economy puts individuals at the center, the chief engine of economic growth. We'll discuss 3 principles of the You Economy: individualism coexists with collectivism, true profit is more expansive that monetary return, and meaning, experience, and intimacy are the most valuable results of any product or service.
Tara Gentile empowers passion-driven entrepreneurs to find the profit in producing the work of their true spirits. She is the author of the digital guide, The Art of Earning: Because Making Money Should Be Beautiful. To find out more & read her musings on building the New Economy with you at the center, visit her at www.taragentile.com
November 12, 2013
To Be Announced
December 10, 2013
Learn some simple organizational tools in four distinct areas of your direct sales business that will help you move from feeling overwhelmed to being organized and in control. We'll cover:
• A simple 3-step formula for sorting and organizing your office
• Easy tips for moving your computer and email from overwhelm-city to organized-ville
• Three essential systems for creating a more successful party experience
• Three time management styles and how to determine which one fits you and and what it means to your scheduling process
Julie Anne is a direct sales corporate consultant, keynote speaker, coach, and trainer, and the CEO of Julie Anne Jones, Inc. She is known for her authentic and easy--‐to--‐use scripting and specializes in specific language and tools for success in direct sales. As a former direct sales professional, Julie Anne worked a party plan business for several years, consistently holding three parties per week and winning national awards yearly. She also built a National team with a network marketing company using the internet. Over the past six years, Julie Anne has become a sought after corporate consultant and trainer, bringing her unique style to corporate events throughout the United States and Canada. She loves sharing her information, whether it’s from the stage or through her webinar and tele--‐seminar training platforms. Julie Anne recently married the love of her life John and they live in Walla Walla, Washington with her teenage sons Sam and Eli. She has a degree in theatre and loves to sing. She says if she were 20 years younger she knows she would be the next American Idol (or at least make it to Hollywood!).
The Direct Selling Education Foundation is the 2010/2011 Money Wise Women Get Smart Teleseminar Series Sponsor. Their sponsorship allows us to offer the series free.
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