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Motivation Monday: Funding Your Personal Future for Entrepreneurs
February 17 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
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Cincinnati financial literacy workshop will discuss retirement and savings options for entrepreneurs and small business owners.
During this Monday Motivation session, participants will get motivate to start thinking about funding their personal future through successful retirement options (both traditional and nontraditional). The workshop is geared towards women-identifying business professionals and entrepreneurs who are looking to develop skills around personal finance and understanding how to simultaneously successfully run their business while considering how to support their personal future.
This Cincinnati financial literacy workshop is $15 and part of 1628 LTD’s Women Empowered program. WE unites leaders in business through education and community. Join the Monday Motivation series, a morning coffee series to jump-start your week with thoughtful reflection, relevant tools/tips, and resources to enhance productivity and community.
*Attendees are encouraged to bring their business cards and connect with other participants to cross-pollinate ideas and share resources, give help, or get help.
The workshop will review creating habits, and how to set yourself up from day one with a safety net for long-term planning. Participants will learn from the facilitator’s personal successes on how to start small, incorporate retirement into your small business plan, and ultimately how to set yourself up for a sustainable future.
Monday Motivation Agenda
8:35 a.m. – Welcome
8:40 a.m. – Ice Breaker
8:45 a.m. – Presentation: Financial Options for Retirement; Starting Small and Changing Habits; What does Success Look Like; How do I Save for the Future I Want?
9:25 a.m. – Wrap-Up + Thank You
9:30 a.m. – Event Ends- Network, Connect, Share Contact Information
10:00 a.m. – Closed
About the Facilitator Jackie Cummings Koski
Jackie Cummings Koski has lived in Southwest Ohio for that past 25 years. After overcoming poverty, divorce and single motherhood, Jackie still reached Financial Independence/Retired Early (FI/RE) in her 40s, making less than six figures. She openly shares how she overcame those adversities and climbed into the middle class. Jackie not only broke the cycle of poverty but reached Financial Independence, decades before others told her she could. She will be retiring from her corporate job in December 2019 and follow her dream of creating a financial-literate society.
Jackie is a Certified Educator in Personal Finance (CEPF®), and author of the book, “Money Letters 2 my Daughter”, which was the 2013 winner of an Excellence in Financial Literacy Education (EIFLE) Award for Adult’s Book of the Year, Money Management.
In 2015, her commitment to educating and empowering Americans in the area of personal finance earned the attention of our nation’s policymakers. She was officially recognized with a Congressional Commendation for her accomplishments and excellent work in the field of financial literacy from the U.S. House of Representatives.
Jackie has been a repeat guest on CNBC’s “Closing Bell” where she shares her perspective on the stock market. Her financial literacy expertise has been profiled locally on Ohio’s WHIO Reports and in the Dayton Daily News, and nationally in Forbes, U.S. News & World Report, Redbook, Ebony, The Shriver Report and Woman’s Day Magazine. You can catch her FI/RE story on many personal finance podcasts including Journey to Launch, House of FI, Teach and Retire Rich and Choose FI.
More about Jackie: www.moneyletters2.com
More about 1628LTD: https://1628ltd.com/
Questions: contact Project Manager, Colleen O’Connor, email@example.com