Do You Invest in Yourself?
I am excited to share this new blog series which will be published over the course of this week in honor of Women’s History month and International Women’s Day, which is Thursday, March 8! We will cover the principle of Clarity over three segments and hope that it will help you to further Invest in Yourself and discuss how these principles relate to our Invest in Yourself luncheon series.
Hewins created the Invest in Yourself Luncheon series last year hoping to help educate women on key fiscal and personal strategies that can add great value to their lives. Several advisors hosted luncheons in their area across the country over the past year. At the end of my region’s first luncheon in Rockford, IL, I realized that this event also served as a helpful forum and place of support for women to connect with others from a professional and personal perspective.
Women have difficulty taking time to invest in themselves personally and professionally because of various unique challenges. (Please refer to our informative series on Women and Finance for more details). I, too, felt the need to further invest in myself and so decided to challenge myself to write a blog series based on these luncheons and my personal experiences, to help develop a strong connection with other like-minded women throughout the country.
Find out how Hewins helps women across the country invest in themselves or for more information on our Invest In Yourself Luncheon Series, please contact us . Stay tuned for part one of the series on Clarity!
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