Introducing Dr. Darla Bishop, affectionately known as the FinanSis. Dr. Bishop has touched lives with her down-to-earth and engaging approach to money matters. Her unique gift lies in her ability to motivate individuals to transcend limiting beliefs about wealth and cultivate a positive financial mindset.
Dr. Bishop’s witty and engaging delivery style blends practical advice with humor and relatable anecdotes for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. She firmly believes that empowering individuals with financial knowledge is pivotal in creating prosperous and resilient communities.
Dr. Bishop’s guidance on saving and budgeting has been transformative for countless individuals and families. Her practical advice has empowered them to take charge of their financial well-being, granting them the freedom to live life on their own terms.
Dr. Bishop stands out as an exceptional keynote speaker who not only imparts practical wisdom but also sparks meaningful change. She has delivered talks and presentations at various types of events, ranging from corporate conferences to academic seminars.
Money $mart Kids/Teens/Students is a highly engaging and interactive financial literacy workshop designed to educate young learners from grades 4-12 and college students about important money management concepts. This workshop is filled with fun activities, games, and exercises that make learning about money fun, easy, and accessible.
During the workshop, participants will learn practical money management skills, such as budgeting, saving, investing, and financial planning. The students will be exposed to various forms of debit and credit, checking accounts, loans, mortgages, and the importance of a good credit score. Participants will also be taught how to recognize common financial traps, such as scams, frauds, and high-interest loans, and how to avoid them.
Participants will complete a values and goals exercise, map their career journey to-date using a Lifelines framework and explore the differences between a “destination” career path and an “interesting assignment” career path. Time permitting we’ll also talk about the role mentors, sponsors, supporters/fans, coaches, and mentees play in our journey.
Participants will leave the session with an understanding of what a personal and household budget is and isn’t, the three types of savings we should all have, and how your personal financial habits and situation impact choices and trajectories as a student/alumni.
Participants will leave the session with an understanding of what a personal and household budget is and isn’t, the three types of savings we should all have, and how your personal financial habits and situation impact your career choices and trajectories.
Participants will walk through a decision tree they can use to determine if returning to or starting graduate education is the right next step.
Facilitator will guide the participants through the Year Compass booklet (see 2022 version here). Note this is best for November/December.
About: YearCompass is a free booklet that helps you reflect on the year and plan the next one. With a set of carefully selected questions and exercises, YearCompass helps you uncover your own patterns and design the ideal year for yourself.
Learn from your mistakes, celebrate your victories, and set out a path you want to walk on. All you need is a quiet few hours and our booklet.
New year’s resolutions don’t work. YearCompass does— for more than a million people around the world since 2012.
Join us and design your ideal self! Source: yearcompass.com
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