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Finance for Women

School Students Complete Financial Literacy Training [Video]

Visit youtube.com/gbtvfeed for the live stream of the entire newscast, or visit www.channel5belize.com for a text transcript.Students from three Belize City schools have graduated from a series of financial literacy classes. The three month program, tailored for young people, provided practical financial management skills that laid the foundation for financial prosperity. The venture was co-sponsored by Peace Work and the U.S. Embassy. Carol Babb, Executive Director of Peace Work, spoke about the program on Channel Five’s Open Your Eyes.

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Women in Business

LAST MINUTE THRIFT SALE | I SOLD MY CLOTHES FOR 50 CENTS | EXCITING TRADE| MY FATHER IN LAW SENT US [Video]

#florapaudelinnepal#gemmanepal#okayokay #thriftstore #kathmandu Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA_gLZ8dbGzzSMVfLLRBIGA/joinI have sold my clothes for 50 cents the proceeds will be use for supporting local women entrepreneur. In the very last minute I sold out out my stuffs for almost free so that they can utilized it and it is still very useful. My Father in-Law sent us at the Sanepa Market. He drove us along with my son. My son helps me sell our stuffs as well. I’m very grateful for all who bought our stuffs. We also trade our items with my friends and other vendors. Helping each other as small local entrepreneur in Nepal. Thanks for your support by sharing my channel . God 🙏 Bless you more.

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Finance for Women

Alberta 2021 Draft Curriculum: Financial Literacy [Video]

The Minister of Education is promoting widely that “financial literacy” is added to every grade in the 2021 draft curriculum.It is. But it is done in such a way that it is beyond children’s skill level and comprehension. Do 5 year olds have credit cards? Are 9 year olds capable of creating a household budget? Are 11 year olds competent to invest in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds? Why are outside organizations with no teaching degrees being given $1 million to teach financial literacy in schools when teachers are capable of teaching it?Financial literacy is important, but it needs to make sense and be relevant to children’s actual lives.We need to do this better!This video provides an overview of the complexity of financial literacy in the 2021 draft curriculum versus the comprehensive and thorough approach to foundational and age-appropriate concepts present in the 2018 draft curriculum.I am a former elementary teacher, Ph.D. Registered Psychologist, and steering committee member for the Alberta Curriculum Analysis Website. I am a fourth generation settler on Treaty 7 territory. I am doing this in the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation. I received no compensation for this work, nor any direction from any other human. I was not associated with any specific political party or union at the time of recording. For more detailed information, please see these websites:https://alberta-curriculum-analysis.ca/https://www.supportourstudents.ca/https://curriculum-comparison.com/For more information on Jason Kenney’s influence on the curriculum and Alberta Education:Part 1 Jason Kenney’s outrage and campaign promiseshttps://youtu.be/hb5SKHEkmmMPart 2 What Jason Kenney does after being electedhttps://youtu.be/7HtfVMrXJo8Part 3 Curriculum review process & what Kenney’s hand appointed panel said about the 2018 Draft K-4 Curriculum and moving forwardhttps://youtu.be/5Ky9CpV0yC0Part 4 Curriculum controversies & public outcry after the 2021 draft K-6 Curriculum was releasedhttps://youtu.be/ahOiTKCcRegPart 5 What is currently happening? (July 2021 to November 2021)https://youtu.be/QNOJMahQTE4Part 6 Timeline in Reviewhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nswDbFtET3gPlease also contact the Minister of Education, your MLA, your School Trustee, Education Critic, and Leader of the Opposition.

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Mentorship for Women

7 Strategies For Long Term Client Retention [For Business Consultants, Coaches & Advisors] [Video]

7 Strategies For Long Term Client Retention [For Business Consultants, Coaches & Advisors][Everything Business Consulting Episode 80]In this episode, we look at long-term client retention strategies for Business Consultants, Coaches, and advisors.The key strategies for long-term client retention are:1. Set a long term expectation from day 12. Form a personal relationship3. Create a long term vision with the business owner4. Improve profitability and solve problems5. Create a client relationship maintenance calendar (find out what kind of coffee they drink)6. Be indispensable & invaluable – provide things that the client can’t do themself – provision and control provision and control7. Have one-on-one meetings with the ownerShow notes:Listen to episode 65 – Comparison: Business Coach vs Business Advisor vs Business Mentor vs Business Consultant Everything Business Consulting is brought to you by ConsultX, your complete Business Consulting Solution. Visit www.consultx.com to find out more.

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Women in Business

Niccole Dreiling shares 9 tips for small business Owners [Video]

Nine tips from Niccole Dreiling to improve your small business because a business can be made bigger with some creativity, delegation, teamwork, and new ideas. By working just a few things out you can make a big difference for your business or organizationVisit:- https://www.provenexpert.com/en-us/niccole-dreiling/#niccoledreiling #businesstips #entrepreneurship #CATF

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Women in Business

#TheJWEPodcast [Video]

#TheJWEPodcast Join us on April 10th at 6 pm Israel Time for in a Special Pre-Pessa’h Live Interview on the Jewish Women Entrepreneur Podcast with Myriam Ackerman-Sommer, who is a Student in Rabbinical School, a Teacher and a PHD Student. 👉 Who is Myriam?Myriam Ackermann-Sommer, MA, was born and raised in Southern France. At the age of 20, she met and married Emile Ackermann and they decided to become Orthodox rabbis together. It is their dream to create an inclusive Jewish community in Paris. Myriam is an alumna of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm) and a student at Yeshivat Maharat (NYC) and the Sorbonne. She is currently working on a PhD in Jewish American literature. Myriam also created the first daily Talmud podcast in France to be produced by a woman (500+ episodes so far) and co-created with Tali Trèves the intensive learning program for Jewish women Kol-elles to democratize the access of half of our community to the texts that have shaped their heritage. 👉 What will we talk about? – What is the meaning of this sentence that we repeat each year “It is through the merit of women that we have been able to leave Egypt”?- What happened to the women when the Jewish People were in the desert after coming our of Egypt? – What role do women have in the preservation of the Jewish Identity?👉 More on the JWE PodcastThe JWE Podcast is a place where you will discover amazing Guests and have fascinating conversations around the topics of Women & Feminine dimension, Jewish Identity & Leadership in Business.👉 Where can you listen?- You can listen to this Episode LIVE on Sunday, March 20th, at 6 pm Israel Time [5pm CET, 11am ET, 8am PT] on the Nathalie Garson Youtube Channel here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV-w3V6YC4oAzK-QG_jSlag- or on our Global Online Community for Jewish Women Entrepreneurs Facebook Group here www.facebook.com/groups/global.online.community.for.jwe/- If you can’t make it to the LIVE, you can listen to the recording on Spotify Channel here https://open.spotify.com/show/26nKjyADhE1piT5Wjx6762

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Women in Business

294: How To Access Capital For Your Business (w/ Olivia Owens of IFundWomen of Color) [Video]

Today in the guest chair we have Olivia Owens. Olivia is the Vice President of Entrepreneur Success at IFundWomen and the Creator of IFundWomen of Color. IFundWomen is the go-to funding marketplace for women-owned businesses and the people who want to support them with access to capital, coaching, and connections.In January of 2020, Olivia developed IFundWomen of Color, a program dedicated to advancing entrepreneurs of color by addressing the unique pain points diverse founders face when it comes to accessing capital for their businesses. This funding ecosystem is designed to empower early-stage, women entrepreneurs and bridge the funding gap for women of color.In this episode:- A unique path to funding your business that most founders overlook- Myths about what crowdfunding is, who should crowdfund, and what kind of network you need to have to have a successful crowdfunding campaign- The mental blocks that prevent some of us from launching a crowdfunding campaign & so much moreLinks Mentioned:http://ifundwomen.comThis episode is brought to you byLinkedIn: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at https://LinkedIn.com/hustlepro. Terms and conditions apply.Listen on:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/side-hustle-pro/id1126021323Spotify: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/side-hustle-pro/id1126021323YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/sidehustlepro Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend or share. If you purchase those items through my links, I may earn a commission. You will not pay more when you use my links.