Big Girls Don’t Cry: Taking the Emotion Out of Finances
What You Will Learn:
- To educate women in the art of recognizing their spending habits that keep them from saving for their future. Women retire in poverty at a rate of 80 %. This number will increase if women are not educated properly in wealth building.
- To aid women in identifying spending habits which are keeping them from being financially savvy. Women are under emotional stress daily. Emotional stress comes from various variables—self-esteem, loss of a loved one, unhealthy relationships, and not being financially educated.
- To help identify emotional triggers that keep you from making sound financial decisions.
Anita Renee’. Johnson was destined to be an expert speaker in financial management for women. Knowing and understanding the function of money has given her a wealth of knowledge. An entrepreneur since 1993, she has consulted over 2000 individuals in managing their finances. Ms Johnson turned her attention to assisting women with finances; after seeing countless women not making the grade managing their finances as well as seeing her own family members suffer financial ruins, led her to create a curriculum that will allow women to become financially savvy. It is estimated that 80% of women will retire in poverty. These numbers outranged her so much she decided to focus her efforts towards assisting women by opening The Noble Meadows Foundation, created to assist women with financial literacy through classes.
She is also president of ARJ Associates-Money Wisdom for Women mission is to educate women and girls in obtaining and maintaining wealth for over 13 years.
Money Wisdom for Women has consultant with over 500 women in tax and financial management. Workshops are conducted as an added benefit to Money Wisdom for Women’s clients. She and her staff of expert’s duties include conducting workshops, seminars and conferences.
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