POSTED BY February 27, 2012 COMMENTS (43)ON
We have planned a 1 day paid workshop across different cities in India, starting with Pune. The first workshop will be on 25th Mar (Sunday) in Pune and it will be a full day event. It was not easy to decide what should be covered in the workshop, but we really want to make sure it is of extremely high value and should leave an experience. So, after a lot of discussions and brainstorming we designed the workshop which we are calling as “Design your Financial Life”.
The workshop will start at 9:00 am and will go up to 6:00 pm in the evening. The focus of the workshop is, that any one who attends has a clear understanding of how he should lead his financial life. The talks will be a rich mix of mentoring on how to think about money and what mistakes to avoid (coaching aspects) and it will also have some talks on how one should look at various dimensions of their financial lives and get the ground rules clear about them. There will be 2-3 group activities and exercises which will enrich the program. Here is the table which gives a full day time line.
Pune Workshop Registrations are Closed now
This workshop is targeted at those who are beginners and have made a start in area of personal finance and they would like to spend a full day to hear and experience rich conversations on money and learn the ground rules of most important area’s of personal finance. The workshop will assume that participants are beginners/moderate knowledge about money related matters and they would like to build on it from that point. The session will be a mix of mentoring & insights on how to think about personal finance related things.
By the end of the session you should be capable of charting out your Financial Roadmap and be self-sufficient in basic level of thinking in personal finance.
This session is not for experts who know it all. This session is also not for those who wants any stock or mutual funds tips or any kind of get rich-quick kind of tips. Financial Planners or advisors should also refrain from attending the workshop.