The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley (SCV) proudly presents a LifeForward Workshop for Women that will help participants learn how to master money before it masters them.
This free workshop is scheduled for March 17, from 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Savia Community Center, 23780 Newhall Avenue, Newhall. All are welcome.
Patti Handy – a Certified Life Coach and highly-respected mortgage expert in the California real estate market with over 30 years in the banking industry – will provide insight about “Money Rules 101 – Master Your Money Before It Masters You! – What is Your Money Mindset?” and how to work toward achieving your own money mastery. Patti is passionate about empowering our next generation and those starting over to lead a prosperous and generous life.
The workshop will help participants identify “Where you are today and where you want to be; Discovery your ’why’ ; Improve you credit score; Credit card do’s and don’ts – power of compounding interest; Saving tips; basic investment options; What you need to know before buying a home; ” and other important money issues to become a master of your finances.
Zonta Club of SCV offers these workshop series for women on a monthly basis (dark in July and December) and are presented by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). The SME speakers cover topics such as: Empower Your Children-Effective Parenting; Anger Management; Develop Good Relationship Behaviors; Issues that Impact Our Youth-Drugs, Alcohol & Self-Harm; Filing Taxes; Career Strategy, Resume Building and Networking ; Mastering Money; Health & Well Being-Eat Right & Exercise; plus Motivational Skills and Divorce and Family Law Issues. Each workshop is designed to empower women and improve self-sufficiency skills.
Take-away comments from attendees indicate that the “aha” moments are unforgettable; Workshops are life-changing and make a difference; Very beneficial-life is a great struggle; Valuable insight & specifics about taxes so helpful; Nutrition & exercise for weight loss were amazing -the exercise sheets were a huge help and visual aids on nutrition were great; It’s possible to have a common agreement for an amicable divorce, plus many more comments and recommendations for future workshops.
These workshops are always informative, interesting and relevant to the world we live in today. Attend one or all workshops. Recognition Awards are presented at the May 2018 workshop to those who attend five of eight workshops offered from August 19, 2017 through Aril 28, 2018.
Free childcare is available through Single Mothers Outreach for women who register one week in advance at www.singlemothersoutreach.org or call 661-288-0117 for arrangements.
The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley provides hands-on service delivery while supporting the work, dreams, and goals of others to improve the lives of women, our members find the right niche to meet their interests, time commitment, and financial support.
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