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#FLPFam Virtual Generational Wealth Community Circle | #AskFLP

#FLPFam Virtual Generational Wealth Community Circle | #AskFLP

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Are you the first in your family to start building wealth? #AskFLP all of your burning questions on building generational wealth.

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Are you the first in your family to start building wealth? #AskFLP all of your burning questions on building generational wealth.

You should join our community if you want to...

✅ become financially literate

✅ create a financial plan to undo financial damage and excel financially

✅ manage money well

✅ own and build successful businesses and/or

✅ invest / build generational wealth

We provide an environment of current, uplifting and supportive people committed to supporting you in your journey to escaping the paycheck to paycheck lifestyle, mindset and habit shifting and being accountable to your goals. Most importantly, we believe you’ll find people to forward your personal and professional growth just like you - lawyers, nurses, engineers, burger-flippers, you name it - Coming from a range of diverse ethnic backgrounds and life experiences - wanting to make a difference in the world.

Who is our audience made up of?

First generation wealth builders (FGWBs) and second generation wealth builders (SGWBs) are terms popularized by our Founder and CEO Shatoyia Jones to describe individuals in two different circumstances of building wealth. First generation wealth builders are individuals who have no financial inheritance, no inherited assets and are the first in their family to start and continue the process to building generational wealth in their families. FGWBs are usually starting with a net worth of $0 or even less in some cases and/or are living a paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle. They are looking to improve their financial situation and leave a legacy for their loved ones. SGWBs usually have some financial inheritance or some type of inherited assets but don't know how to manage, sustain or grow their inheritance and are looking to learn how to do so.

Next Steps:

  • Register for our next #AskFLP Community Event
  • Get a Ticket & Save Your Seat for Our Upcoming #AskFLP Community Event
  • Once you get your ticket, you will be able to submit your question to our #ASKFLP forum.
  • Join us live (you'll receive the link when you register) at the time you registered for to get your question answered by us in real time via live video chat.
  • Get information about educational resources, scholarships and grants.

Event Agenda:

  • Intro/Welcome/ Intention Setting
  • Purpose & Vision Motivational Guest Speaker
  • #AskFLP: Ask Us Your Questions on Building Generational Wealth
  • Reflections, Resources & Announcements

* * * Learn more about our partners and guest speakers here * * *

More Topics That May Be Discussed:

  • What is the First Ladies of Poverty Foundation?
  • Our Programs, Resources, et.
  • How Can We Help You?
  • Financial Planning / Financial Management
  • Business / Entrepreneurship
  • Investing / Wealth Building / Digital Real Estate
  • Join our community + save your seat for our upcoming community night!

+ BONUS...

We reward you for investing in yourself and seeking KNOWLEDGE.

Everyone who registers will have a chance to win one of scholarships for lifetime access to our generational wealth group coaching scholarship.

* * * Learn more about our partners and guest speakers here * * *

Become a partner, sponsor or speaker: firstladiesofpovertyfoundation@gmail.com

    Past Events

    Mondays at 8 p.m. EST - 9:00 p.m. EST - Generational Wealth Bootcamp: Online Entrepreneurship and Digital Real Estate (Virtual) with FLP founder and CEO, Shatoyia Jones

    **Note: To attend in-person in Springfield, MA, click here

    Thursdays at 4:00 p.m. EST - 5:00 p.m. EST - Generational Wealth Bootcamp: Online Entrepreneurship and Digital Real Estate (Virtual) with FLP founder and CEO, Shatoyia Jones

    Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. EST - 8:30 p.m. EST - All Things Financial Planning, Passive Income, Investing, Equity & Creating Multiple Streams of Income + Generational Wealth Bootcamp Workspace: Question and Answer [Come prepared with questions!] with FLP founder and CEO, Shatoyia Jones + FLP financial mentor Danielle Tucker and guests

    • October 2020-January 1, 2021: Creating Multiple Streams of Income - Generational Wealth Blueprint - Undisclosed Secrets to Wealth Building - 3+ Income Streams Bootcamp - Generational Wealth Formula - All Things Finances, Money, Passive Income and Generational Wealth
    • September 23, 2020 7:30 pm Blueprint to Financial Success: We will talk about assessing your money mindset and redeveloping it into the proper mindset for financial independence. In addition to mindset transformation, this workshop covers five core competencies of financial literacy: Income, Budgeting, Saving, Borrowing, Protecting
    • September 30, 2020: 7:30pm Life Insurance In Action: What's all the hype about? Why is this one of the best kept financial secrets? How will this help your family? How will it help you while your still here? Why the government wants you to have it and even incentive tax laws to make it even better.
    • October 7: Building a Better Budget This is the budgeting master class, no matter where you are in your financial journey your budget will always hold you down. If you've never made a budget before, if you have one and hate it, if you have one that's working, whatever the case may be you will learn how to take it to the next level.
    • October 14: Money Talks- How to talk to your kids about money and what smart habits are crucial for them to learn early on to have a successful financially stable future.
    • October 21: What’s The Deal With Taxes? Why do we pay taxes? Who’s deciding how much you pay? How do I file my taxes? Surprise tax bills? What’s up with the deferred taxes?
    • October 28: Free Resources 101 What resources are available to me? How to find resources in your community. How to create resources in your community. How to share resources in your community.
    • September 2, 2020 7:30 pm The Middle Class is Misinformed on Wealth Building: Have you ever wondered why you know folks who do pretty well for themselves, work hard and live decently but never get rich enough to pass a legacy on? It’s likely because they were taught backwards how to build and pass on wealth. The rich on the other hand seem to only be getting richer because they’ve got the foundation right and get started on the day they are born. There’s lots of factors that separate the two classes but there’s also one proven way to get more for yourself and your family.
    • September 9, 2020 7:30 pm Lessons about Finances for Before You Leave the Nest: All the things you should’ve learned in high school. Your parents may plan to mention along the way and stuff that just eventually comes up. This is a comprehensive check list of your whole financial house for before you leave your parents house.
    • August 19th 7:30pm : Credit vs. Debt: Understanding What It Is and What It Does: Is one better than the other? How can I make it work for me? What impact will this have on my financial future?
    • August 26th 7:30 pm: Risk Management, Insurance and You: We will be answering all of the following questions, and I’ll come up with a resource sheet for folks that will summarize some of the important information. What is risk management?What are the risks?What is insurance? What do I need insurance for? What can insurance do for me?
    • July 8: Understanding your Paycheck: Where are your hard earned dollars going? What kind of benefits are you paying into? Where is all this money going?? How to pay yourself first?
    • July 15: What is My money Story? Everyone is different, but we are more alike than we like to believe. Most people work or have some source of income and pay some sort of regular bills. If you fall into this category, you might have a money story, have some sort of net worth and debt to income ratio and have some time of savings plan (or maybe you need to build one!) In this session, we will go over how to put together your money story and get started writing a more successful chapter to your money story.
    • July 22: Financial Literacy: Assessing Your Mindset on Money with Danielle Tucker - In this workshop, Danielle talks about assessing your money mindset and redeveloping it into the proper mindset for financial independence. In addition to mindset transformation, this workshop covers five core competencies of financial literacy: Income, Budgeting, Saving, Borrowing, Protecting
    • July 29: What do you need to know?An Open question and answer session where you can ask all of your pressing financial questions.
    • July 1: Money Moves for the Young and Single: Why you should get an advisor, build a strong financial foundation and start forming habits that will align you with your goals
    • June 3: Risk Management, Insurance and You: We will be answering all of the following questions, and I’ll come up with a resource sheet for folks that will summarize some of the important information. What is risk management?What are the risks?What is insurance? What do I need insurance for? What can insurance do for me?
    • June 10: College Funding: It's never too late to get an education and its never too late to start funding an education. Unfortunately the costs are rising and with no central place to get reliable information it is hard to navigate the process. I will be connecting you with trusted resources and giving you a rundown down on some things you can expect when applying to, selecting, and even beginning your college career.
    • June 17: Credit vs. Debt- Understanding what it is and what it does. Is one better than the other? How can I make it work for me? What impact will this have on my financial future?
    • June 24: Building a Better Budget This is the budgeting master class, no matter where you are in your financial journey your budget will always hold you down. If you've never made a budget before, if you have one and hate it, if you have one that's working, whatever the case may be you will learn how to take it to the next level.
    • May 13, 2020: Apps and Automation: Learn how to make technology work for you and your money. What apps can help you manage your finances and achieve your goals. Along with some smart tech tips to keep you and your information safe.
    • May 20, 2020: College Funding: It's never too late to get an education and its never to late to start funding an education. Unfortunately the costs are rising and with no central place to get reliable information it is hard to navigate the process. I will be connecting you with trusted resources and giving you a rundown down on some things you can expect when applying to, selecting, and even beginning your college career.
    • May 27, 2020: Blueprint for Financial Success: We will talk about assessing your money mindset and redeveloping it into the proper mindset for financial independence. In addition to mindset transformation, this workshop covers five core competencies of financial literacy: Income, Budgeting, Saving, Borrowing, Protecting
    • May 6, 2020: Building a Better Budget: This is the budgeting master class, no matter where you are in your financial journey your budget will always hold you down. If you've never made a budget before, if you have one and hate it, if you have one that's working, whatever the case may be you will learn how to take it to the next level.
    • April 22, 2020 : Money Talks- How to talk to your kids about money and what smart habits are crucial for them to learn early on to have a successful financially stable future.
    • April 8, 2020 : Risk Management, Insurance and You- We will be answering all of the following questions, and I’ll come up with a resource sheet for folks that will summarize some of the important information. What is risk management?What are the risks?What is insurance? What do I need insurance for? What can insurance do for me?
    • March 31, 2020: Money Talks: How to Talk to Your Kids About Money and What Smart Habits are Crucial for them to learn early on how to have a financially stable future
    • March 17, 2020: What is My Money Story?: Everyone is different, but we are more alike than we like to believe. Most people work or have some source of income and pay some sort of regular bills. If you fall into this category, you might have a money story, have some sort of net worth and debt to income ratio and have some time of savings plan (or maybe you need to build one!) In this session, we will go over how to put together your money story and get started writing a more successful chapter to your money story.
    • March 3, 2020: Risk Management, Insurance and You: We will be answering all of the following questions: What is risk management? What is insurance, and why do you need it? What can insurance do for you? You will also receive a resource sheet that summarizes all of the information covered in this webinar.
    • February 18, 2020 - Financial Literacy: Assessing Your Mindset on Money with Danielle Tucker - In this workshop, Danielle talks about assessing your money mindset and redeveloping it into the proper mindset for financial independence. In addition to mindset transformation, this workshop covers five core competencies of financial literacy: Income, Budgeting, Saving, Borrowing, Protecting
    • February 4, 2020 - Women and Finance: In this workshop, Danielle presents information and answers questions to help her audience understand their current financial situation and future financial needs, while helping them to make informed financial decisions moving forward.

      *** Learn more about our partners and guest speakers here ***

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