April’s almost over. That means tax season’s officially gone. Yes!
Financial Literacy Month is also coming to an end. I really enjoyed participating in Money Smart Week 2012. And I hope you had a chance to take advantage of free personal finance events in your area.
Money Smart Week 2012 was really exciting because I had an opportunity to speak with audiences of all backgrounds from military soldiers, Chicago Public Schools students to adults of all ages.
And the best part about everything was that the audiences were engaged. Whether it was a seminar, workshop, or one-on-one-coaching session people were actively involved.
There’s nothing better than hearing people share their own personal stories to help others avoid the same mistakes, asking questions and speaking up about a topic that we are often silent on.
I’d like to send a special THANK YOU to everyone who participated in my sessions at:
- Bethel New Life
- Gail Borden Library
- Elgin Community College
- Pulaski Reserve Center
- American Intercontinental University
Wishing you all a lifetime of happiness!
While Financial Literacy Month is ending, the best thing about being a financial coach is that I’m all about it 365/366 days a year. So stay tuned for more financial tips. And feel free to reach out if you need a dynamic personal finance speaker at your next event.
All the best,
P.S. If you dreaded this year’s tax season, click here to check out some tips to make next year easier.