Find the Hidden Money in America
As the fall season kicks into high gear, so do we! I often say that one of my number one goals is to grow a little bit every single day. And I believe that growth is always possible with knowledge. That’s why I’m so excited about all the amazing new content we have lined up for you, in both English and Spanish, all aimed at inspiring you and your families toward financial self-reliance.
Coming soon: new incredible webinars such as “Hidden Money in America,” with the one person who would know, the most recent U.S. Treasurer, Rosie Rios. It will take place on Thursday, September 29th @ 10am PST/ 1pm EST; and you can register HERE. Rosie recently launched her own initiative, Teachers Righting History, an educational project that highlights historic American women in classrooms across the country. And coming next month, a crash course on the hottest business in America for women: the food industry. Definitely stay tuned!
If you want to catch me live, on Monday, September 12, I’ll lead a lecture, “Savor Every Achievement,” at Colorado State University. Details and registration information is HERE.
Also, on Thursday, Sept 15 I’ll be leading a workshop in Chicago at the Make the Connection!® IHCC Business Conference. If you happen to be in the area, be sure to click on the ‘Individual: Lunch Package’ ticket type on this link. Use the promo code ADELANTE at checkout to access the educational sessions and showcase floor.
And for all my hermanas in Miami, on Saturday, Sept 17 we’re inviting you to the People en Español Mujeres Más Poderosas LIVE event at the Miami Dade College (Wolfson Campus); we’re having an Adelante Movement workshop presented by Coca-Cola there, which is free. Also, Books & Books, the number one bookstore in Miami, is hosting a book reading and signing that same weekend (exact details coming soon!). Please check in with the website for all my appearance dates—I’d love to see you in person!
The time is now. The world is ours. Let’s all grow together a little bit every single day.