Upcoming Financial Literacy Trainings

Financial Fitness Training

The principles of financial fitness are available for everyone.  Just as with diets for physical health and fitness, where fanaticism and extremism are not only suspect but are unsustainable, so too with financial fitness.  What works best is knowledge and application of basic principles.  Learning and applying these principles, over time, can produce incredible results and, perhaps surprisingly, also be a lot of fun.

Financial Fitness is the first program designed to teach all three aspects of personal finance: defense, offense, and playing field.  Learn the simple, easy-to-apply principles that can help you shore up your resources, get out of debt, and build stability for a more secure future.

Student Price

Early-bird Registration $55.00 (ends June 4th)

Registration includes Financial Fitness Workbook

Registration $75.00

Train-the-Trainer Program

Train-the-Trainer Price

Early-bird Registration $600.00 (ends June 4th)

Registration includes All Training Materials: Learn More

Registration $675.00

Training Dates: June 11, 16, 18, 23  2018

Training Location: Vinings/Smyrna

Trainer: Dr. Rick Voyles

Training Schedule: 4 Sessions — 9 Hours of training

Monday Evening, June 11,  7 pm – 8:30 pm

Saturday Morning, June 16,  9 am – 12:00 pm

Monday Evening, June 18,  7 pm – 8:30 pm

Saturday Morning, June 23,  9 am – 12:00 pm

For more information call 404-991-0072 or email drrickv@centerfordisputesolutions.com

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Financial Literacy Webinar

When financial education is lacking, and not typically taught in our education systems, we are at risk of making financial decisions with lack of information or misinformation.  This 2 hour webinar will take a broad look what what is going on and ways you can navigate safely through it.  $20

Keynote Speakers:  Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward

CLICK on Date to Register

May 19th   1 – 3 pm

 

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Individual Education Packs

Beyond Financial Fitness Pack — Investing 101

Wealth Habits — Making it a Habit