BEGINS MAY 5, 2020
WOMAN’S COMPASS: THE COURSE
360 degrees of Personal Finance, Legal and Self-Care expertise to
point you where you need to go.
We’ve all been on budgets or diets. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t. Too often we play “whack-a-mole” with our lives - addressing problems as they pop up - barely able to whack one down before the next pops up. It’s exhausting, anxiety-provoking … and highly ineffective. While none of us can see into the future - we can all be more knowledgeable and proactive in three essential components: financial well-being, legal well-being, and self-care. These are most overlooked by busy women!
That’s why - building on our popular Woman’s Compass Workshop - we’ve created an in-depth and detailed program to help move you from “mole-whacking” to mindfully managing your finances, legal needs and overall wellness. A team of personal finance, movement/nutrition and legal experts will help you navigate it all. Over three months, you’ll create your plan and build the knowledge and confidence to tackle it purposefully, with direction, understanding and support … your own personal inner compass!
During the course of three months you will receive:
3 Live Webinars PER month: Personal Finance, Legal and Self Care
A weekly email with to-do lists, templates and check-ins
If you are ready to learn from Experts about creating a plan around your Personal Finance, Movement/Nutrition and Legal areas, that WORKS - then you’ve come to the right place. Led by Galia Gichon, Margie Jacobson and Michelle Didner (BIOS below).
For only $69 per month for 3 months.
You can’t afford not to participate!
Starts May 5th
Join us for a 3-month program that promises accountability, valuable lessons, and live workshops (which you can listen to over and over). Plus we offer a community of people just like you that want to see results in spending smarter, saving for retirement, protecting their assets and family, and eating healthy.
Take The Course if:
You want to go beyond quick fixes and build a sustainable, integrated 360-degree life infrastructure;
You want control of your finances;
You want clarity on how much you need for retirement … and how to get it;
You want a clear understanding of your personal and shared financial holdings;
You want to understand your legal exposure and ways to protect yourself ... and the people you love;
You want financial and legal tools to help manage life transitions;
You want to sleep better and have more energy;
You want to manage anxiety when you feel overwhelmed;
You want to learn the basics of better nutrition for you and your family;
You want to nourish your mind, body and spirit .. and stop sabotaging your own wellbeing
You want to be a part of supportive community of women who like you desire to be more informed, educated and empowered in your self care decisions.
Woman’s Compass: The Course
Month 1 - HUNT, GATHER & WEED
Webinar 1 - Understand your snapshot and spending plan
Webinar 2 - Get real about your health and self-care goals
Webinar 3 - Collect all financial financial and legal documents
Month 2 - PLANT
Webinar 1 - Create your ideal retirement
Webinar 2 - Design a nutrition, exercise, and self-care program
Webinar 3 - Fill in your “legal holes” and get additional legal resources
Month 3 - BLOOM
Webinar 1 - Secure investments for every level
Webinar 2 - Feel the glow, your plan in action
Webinar 3 - Ground your infrastructure in place to address life events
Only $69 per month for 3 months
Starts May 5th
WHO ARE WE?
Michelle Didner found healing in yoga as a new mother struggling with a health crisis. After completing her RTY 200 training with Saraswati’s Yoga Joint in Norwalk, CT, she lived in Argentina and Switzerland where she taught yoga and meditation to an international community. During that time, she began to explore a deeper understanding of nutrition and health, and complete certification as a Holistic Health Coach with The Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC. She continued her studies in yoga, anatomy and mind/body awareness. Michelle holds a BA in English from Boston College. Michelle currently teaches yoga and workshops in meditation, anxiety management, and nutrition, as well as extended retreats in wellness and self-care. She is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Science in Human Nutrition at the University of Bridgeport and has a passion for empowering women to take charge of their own happiness, health and well being.
Learn more at www.michelledidner.com
Galia Gichon is an independent personal financial expert with more than 20 years in financial services, including nearly 10 years on Wall Street and an MBA in Finance. Her career has spanned corporate bond research analyst, personal finance expert, angel investor, entrepreneur advisor, and author. As an angel investor and advisor, she has worked with Next Wave Impact, Her Corner, Pipeline Angels, Astia, Topstone Angels, and Refinery CT. She is also the Founder of Down to Earth Finance, independent personal finance education. She has been teaching at Barnard College’s Athena Center for Leadership for more than 10 years. She has been widely quoted in The New York Times, NBC, CNN, Real Simple and more. Previously, she worked at Bear Stearns and Nomura Securities. Galia is also the author of “My Money Matters” which was featured on TODAY SHOW. She can be reached at email@example.com, and @SimplyMoney.
Margie Jacobson is an attorney, mediator and nonprofit leader with nearly twenty years experience planning, launching, and managing successful programs. Her legal experience spanned more than a decade and a variety of diverse settings, including an AM Law 100 law firm, an entrepreneurial start-up, and multinational corporations including The Coca-Cola Company and FCB Advertising. She is currently of counsel at Piper Paul Law, LLC, a boutique law firm advocating for student's rights from birth through post-secondary education. In addition, she has served and continues to serve on the boards of a number of non-profit organizations on the local, state and national level, providing leadership in the areas of education, civil rights and the arts, for organizations including ADL/the Anti-Defamation League, the Westport Country Playhouse, and Remarkable Theater.
Margie holds a BA in English from Brandeis University, a JD from the Boston University School of Law (where she was a Law Review editor and published note author), as well as mediation skills certification from Quinnipiac University School of Law's Center on Dispute Resolution, and certification as a Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.