Correcting Financial Misinformation, Challenging Consumerism, and Expanding Your Hustle
Many financial trainers and consultants offer advice for individuals who have support from mom and dad. The advice of some financial advisers is oppressive to persons with low-income and those in poverty. This workshop provides a perspective on debt-management and wealth creation that considers the socio-economic environment of persons with low-income. The workshop will help participants maximize their benefit from surplus funds, increase their efficacy with large purchases, and expand hustle into entrepreneurial legacy.
- Manage money, including tax refunds.
- Practice techniques for major purchases.
- Utilize debt and credit as assets.
- Explore the prospect of turning a “hustle” into an “entrepreneurial venture.”
Who this course is for:
- People who want to get rewards and discounts for shopping online and shopping they would do anyway.
- Beginners in business who have a side hustle that they want to expand.
- People who want to be entrepreneurial, but also need help figuring out their finances.
- People who don’t understand debt and want to explore using it to their advantage.
- People who don’t manage their money well and too often watch it slip through their fingers.
- People who hoard or hold on to money only to feel like they waste it.
- People who want to more effectively utilize their tax refunds.
- Lectures 12
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 42 Minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 1
- Assessments Yes
Philosophy and Tenets
Capital and Legacy