PLC401Managing Your Money
Learning Facilitator: Andrea Ide
6-24-2017 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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In this workshop you will learn the elements of a budget, and why cash-flow planning is an important part of life no matter the circumstances or life transition.
Together we’ll explore some of the reasons why you may be avoiding your personal finances, and how a little bit of knowledge can start to change your behaviors. We’ll also discuss how to stay on the plan as well as develop a longer-term financial plan. You’ll work through your actual budget with your own expenses and income figures in order to begin to gain confidence in creating a working document. You’ll leave feeling empowered with the information and tools you need to make a positive change in your financial choices that will lead you toward your goals.
Meet Your Learning Facilitator
Andrea Ide is a certified personal finance Master Coach who, for the last 5 years, has been teaching others to take the stress and anxiety out of money and replace it with freedom and confidence. She works with individuals and couples to make a plan for their financial future.
This is a well done workshop on how to approach big or small (important) transitions in life. Opens up ideas that are a little out of the box. Jon and Hilary did a great job and had great energy.
The Navigate Transitions workshop is an excellent introduction to dealing with transitions of all kinds. I appreciated the invitation to listen well during times of change and challenge which is essential to healthy spiritual and emotional growth.
I thoroughly enjoyed the Enneagram Workshop at the PIER Learning Center! The facilitators were excellent and the presentation was very engaging. I left with a deeper understanding of not only myself, but how I enter into deeper relationships with others
That day, my life changed.
There is no other, and no better way to describe the experience other than to say I was a different person when I arrived home than who I was when I left that morning.
It was restorative, life-giving, life-changing.
It was a really welcoming environment. I deal with social anxiety and going to new places is often a battle. However I felt very welcoming, comfortable, and felt like a safe place to learn!
I was skeptical about the validity of the Enneagram. Lori and Jean, the presenters (http://www.sowthat.com/), were outstanding in their mixture of didactic teaching, hands-on, mind-body exercises, and I now understand why the Enneagram is a great tool!
Jon and Hillary presented well, and I gained some great insights on navigating transitions. The snacks provided were a great touch!
I learned two different approaches toward navigating change: use one ore more areas measured by the liminal strengths assessment to discover greater clarity and direction OR consider money, space, time and energy in moving forward.