Invested Mom’s latest launch seeks to empower members to change their mindset, open themselves up to new opportunities, and improve their financial strategy. Participants will also learn negotiation strategies for better pay and benefits at their current jobs.
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The newly announced program underlines Invested Mom’s commitment to helping people from all walks of life realize their potential. The insightful and engaging content offers motivation to mothers who wish to become more financially independent, disillusioned employees who feel stuck in an ill-suited career, and even successful business owners who are searching for their next challenge.
Invested Mom is the work of South African Inge von Aulock who immigrated to Canada in 2010. The program is based on her own experiences of financial hardship and the hard-won lessons she learned to build a new career and future for herself when she arrived on North American shores. Inge has created a program that focuses as much on the psychology of financial success as it does on the practical steps that one can take to achieve it.
The Invested Mom course is self-paced, making it easy for busy parents or working mothers to fit around their existing schedules and commitments. The subscription fee gives lifetime access to the content, ensuring that enrollees can repeat modules or return to the material whenever they wish.
Among the topics covered in the new course are how to leverage the power of social networks to find and secure better-paid jobs; how a different mindset can kickstart and proliferate unexpected opportunities, and how to create a smart financial strategy.
Subscribers can also access a host of articles and thought-provoking pieces via the Invested Mom blog, covering everything from combating self-sabotage to surrounding oneself with positive role models and encouraging voices.
Another facet of the program deals with debt management strategies and how to work towards a more sustainable and self-sufficient lifestyle alongside fresh approaches to weekly and monthly budgets.
Inge von Aulock says, “Financial literacy matters because it can help you achieve your financial goals and make informed decisions about your money. By understanding the basics of personal finance, you can avoid common mistakes and pitfalls that can lead to debt and financial insecurity.”
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