Women have come a great way since their mothers & mothers of mothers. But while we’re still playing the field for equality there’s one thing that’s still unique to us – the way we approach our money!
Why are women so uncomfortable talking about money? Why are we so afraid of finances? Why don’t we talk enough about financial planning & freedom when we’re equally contributing to the household?
Women were excluded from financial planning and money management discussions for eons together. But over the last decade the arena has been opening up for us. For starters, we have come to realise that this as a subject matter needs to be talked & acted upon for each of us who are significantly contributing to the workforce. The rule of the game is simple: you make money; you learn how to manage it. And this is irrespective of gender.
Freedom means the power to act freely and voice your opinion. When you put a financial spin on it, it is the means the power to control your finances wholly. Why? Honestly, because financial freedom is fundamental freedom. You need this!
Rich Woman Event (RWE) is a one-day intensive women only seminar that will help you overcome whatever is holding you back from going after your goals and aspirations. At the seminar you will also learn a simple proven formula for evaluating investments and building your financial independence and get a deep understanding of the Rich Woman mindset and how to use it to thrive and succeed. With headliners such as Kim Kiyosaki, internationally-renowned speaker, author (Rich Woman, Good Deal Bad Deal), entrepreneur, real estate investor and Founder of Rich Woman, get ready to be inspired. Ceil Stanford is a Coach in personal development, Entrepreneur, Investor, Mom and Nana. Ceil is consistently recognized as a leader who makes a profound impact on others, artfully guiding them to develop their “inner champions” and transform their lives in extraordinary ways. Veronica Tan is the Co-Founder of Success Resources – World’s largest organisers of seminars, she is instrumental in redefining the personal development industry and transforming 1000’s of students across the world.
To set things straight, financial independence is not about how much money someone has. It’s about making the best decisions with the money that they have. With more women entering the workforce with the equivalent qualifications as men it is imperative that we lean-in in money matters as well.
When most women have been in long-term relationships they tend to let their spouses handle the finances while they handle the spices for the fish curry. But the choice here cannot be between fish curry & finances. You need to be involved in financial planning and management as much as the fish curry. Know where the financial data is kept, the passwords and get involved in discussions where you’re listing down the daily outgos & planning for the unforeseeable future. This is your first step to financial independence if you’re in a long-term relationship.
Remember, only you have the clarity and the knowledge of where you are and where you want to be. So, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. YOU are the best judge of your financial situation and future. The ball is in your court. The future necessarily may not. But as long as you’ve planned in advance you will be a little more ready.
Talking about the seminar, Kim Kiyosaki, author of ‘Rich Woman’ and the Queen of Cash Flow said “The seminar is a women only event. If you’re looking to make change in your life and to have a group of dynamic women with similar aspirations and goals, like-minded women who support each other then this seminar is the place to be”.