Financial Empowerment Foundations eCourse
Based on Tracy’s classic workshop, “Empowered Investing”, this interactive overview course teaches the basics of personal financial planning spanning from values and goals to knowing the difference between a stock and a bond. Often humorous and immensely practical this course will address:
- The psychological aspects of your relationship with money
- The cultural influences impacting your financial beliefs, attitudes, and behaviour
- The five steps of financial planning
- Who to ask for advice
- Life stages and their influence on how we manage our finances
Tracy will give her renowned cut-to-the chase advice in a way that will make you laugh; get you motivated and propel you to action!
After completing this course, you will feel more confident, have a handle on the language of money and be able to identify your next steps on the journey to creating the financial future you have always wanted.
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The Financially Empowered Woman
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Tracy Theemes knows money, and she knows women. As a certified Investment Advisor, Theemes is an expert in wealth management. As a former therapist and counselor, Theemes has deep insight into how thoughts, feelings and beliefs shape her clients’ money-related behaviour. In her book The Financially Empowered Woman, Theemes brings these two areas of expertise together in a unique and compelling resource for women who want to gain mastery over their financial lives but need advice and encouragement to do so. Women today feel heavily burdened in their lives. Career pressures, family responsibilities, rising divorce rates, the impossible ideal of the superwoman, and a culture that still assumes that men are better equipped than women to deal with financial matters all contribute to the powerlessness many women feel when it comes to money.