SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP MODULES AND TOPICS
The following modules are covered in the workshops.
Introduction to Personal Finance as opposed to Business FinanceThis session covers the basic flow of money for individuals. We cover money rules as applied by financial institutions in cash flow management. We help participants to identify their financial patterns, and to also see the new possible routes that money can follow for sustainability.We cover good debt vs bad debt; and performing assets vs non-performing assets
Length: 3 to 4 hours
We cover Consumer Behavioural patterns as determined by social consciousnessWe identify various money beliefs and examine their impact on behaviourWe focus on empowering new beliefs and techniques to help people to overcome social stereotypes. The psychological stumbling blocks are identified and new empowering beliefs are emphasised.
Length: 3 – 4 hours.
This speaks of value as an attitude, not just the numerical value of money. Most people place value on the things that money can buy, but not on money itself.
This is control not in a “painful” way of “discipline”, but that comes from an understanding of the law of consequences, or that you “reap what you sow”.
Control is a double pronged entity in that it is both physical and psychological
To install this skill properly, it needs anchors based on the principle of “reason why”. All purposeless savings fail. When you save for “emergencies”, they come all the time.
There are five systems of investing that are discussed.
Each individual has multiple earning streams that are explored.
This skill helps people to install entities and to utilise insurance to their benefit
The purpose of installing this skill is to help people to always see opportunities instead of obstacles.
Length: 4 to 5 hours