Tag: women

Is Risk a Four-Letter Word?

| Financial Planning, Personal Financial Stories

Risk means different things to different people, particularly when used in the context of financial planning. Often advisors are too quick to label investors, particularly women and young professionals, as conservative, when in fact a more moderate or aggressive profile would better suit their objectives. Risk means different things to different people, particularly when used ...

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What’s Next

| Financial Planning, Tools, Talks & Resources

What’s next? On one hand I want to say, “who the heck knows!?”. But on the other hand, I do know some things. Beginning in February, Kamal and I are going to deliver a six-part lunch hour workshop series called Cash Flow Connections, focusing on the connections that need to be made between knowledge, behaviour ...

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The Power of Letting Go

| Speaker Spotlight, Tools, Talks & Resources

Jennifer England believes in the power of letting go because too many of us are living in what she calls a “culture of urgency” – one where we are feeling overwhelmed, under-supported and perpetually fatigued. As the founder of Spark Coaching and Consulting, and a senior executive and non-profit leader for over two decades, Jennifer ...

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