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It’s your call – how to put yourself in the driver’s seat of your money and your life
If you’re not the one making decisions about your life and money, then who will be making these decisions for you? Your parents? The government? Your future life partner?
Being financially independent and secure not only brings you more choices in life, it also feels fantastic.
Time is on your side when you’re young – the earlier you get savvy with your money, the more options you’ll have throughout your life.
This talk focuses on money mindset and offers foundational skills on money management. It ranges from the inspirational to the practical and leaves audience members with big picture ideas as well as easy-to-follow actions they can take right now to set themselves up for the future.
The role of money in your life
What does it mean to be financially independent? What does it feel like, what does it require?
If you’re not the one making decisions about your money and your life, then who is and what does this mean for you?
The sooner you start the better – understanding the time value of money and how it works in your favour right now
Why not making a decision about money is still making a decision
Understanding compound interest and how it can work for your or against you
From little things big things grow – looking at the huge long-term impact of small daily decisions
Setting life and money goals that fit well together
Choose one action you can do this week to step into the driver’s seat of your life and your money
Audience: Secondary, Senior Secondary, General Public, Teachers, Parents
Duration: 45 - 60 minutes
Requirements: Flip chart and pens, data projector (format MAC, slides run via MacBook Air).
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