Money Habitudes Workshop
Let's do lunch, and we'll treat you to dessert!
*This workshop has sold-out. To be placed on the waiting list, please e-mail Kylee@MarriageMattersJackson.com or call our office at 517-796-5116.
Tuesday, July 10th
Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Conference Room A/B
536 N. Jackson Street
Jackson, MI 49201
Pack your lunch, or order it from us (Heavenly Ham). Whether you come alone or as a couple, you’ll learn ideas to help your relationship -- and we will provide dessert.
The first 20 people registered will be entered into a drawing for a free lunch!
Join MMJ’s Shelby Raines as she makes it fun tackling a serious topic: MONEY!
Using Money Habitude cards, she will help people talk about money, understand financial psychology and explain their money personality type.
In this quick and effective workshop you will use Money Habitude cards to:
Start great conversations about money and finances. Money is one of the most difficult subjects for people to discuss. As a fun and engaging conversation starter, Money Habitudes makes talking about money easy and approachable.
Provide AHA! insights regarding finances, relationships, career and lifestyle choices. Often, we don’t know why we do what we do with our personal finances. Money is the number one reason why couples fight and is frequently the reason people stay in dead-end jobs. The financial personality quiz aspect of the tool provides important insights about money issues.
Who should attend? Individuals can use the cards to understand how they can take charge of their financial future and see where old habits and attitudes may be supporting or sabotaging their intentions.
Couples can use the cards to understand where they complement and conflict with each others' habits and attitudes, which gives them a strong foundation to talk about important financial issues productively, using the non-judgmental, common language provided by the cards.
This program is made possible by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation through Smart investing@your library®, a partnership with the American Library Association.
More community workshops on money:
Let's Talk About Money