Saturday, November 16th, 2-4 pm
This workshop is for all of us!
From the time we are little, we learn about money from our family, the surrounding culture, the media, our own experiences using it, saving it, earning it.
We all have a relationship with money that plays out daily.
Maybe you worry about money, or over spend it. Maybe you feel uncomfortable talking about it, or maybe you've put off planning for your financial future for a number of reasons.
It's time to look at our money stories and our learned patterns around money.
This powerful workshop will help you create a healthy relationship with money regardless of how much you have in the bank.
Here are some questions we will chew on:
- Do you keep on repeating the same story/pattern with money?
- Do you feel like your happiness is tied up with how much money you have (or don't have)?
- What are some of the most striking lessons your relationship to money has taught you about life?
- What is your greatest money challenge?
This is an invitation to experience something new that you will forever have in your tool box.
Don't miss this one. It's a life changer!
Elizabeth Husserl is passionate about the interplay of economics, money, and self-discovery. She believes finances can be a grounded, meaningful experience and an integral part of your life.
Elizabeth began her experience in the financial industry in 2008 when she opened the doors to her private practice. https://www.elizabethhusserl.com/
She is a partner and wealth advisor at Peak360 Wealth Management and is very excited to continue to shape trends in her industry.
Elizabeth completed a B.S. in Economics from Tulane University, a Masters in East-West Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, CA. Her cultural roots extend to New Orleans and Colombia, South America. She is fluent in both English and Spanish.
Elizabeth holds a Series 6, 63 and 65, Life & Health license, and is obtaining her CFP designation. She lives with her husband, daughter and community in Oakland, CA.