Financial Literacy 2.0

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This session will review some of the best online personal finance tools available to students; many of which are free! It will
also explore and teach how students can begin to be financially self-sufficient through proven tactics for generating cost of
living income.

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  • Despite the name of the session, technology will not make this better
  • Abdication of responsibility
  • How do you feel about money?
  • We try to preach this so often
  • In the end, most of our experiences with money are negative
  • We all have a mindset about money
  • Now how do you feel about money?
  • Encourage students to be the best, even if you’re not sure it’s something that pays well
  • So many financial experiences are negative. Practice in environments where you can develop a positive financial mindset.
  • Financial Literacy 2.0

    1. 1. Financial Literacy 2.0 <ul><li>Christopher S. Penn, CMO, Edvisors </li></ul>
    2. 3. Please consider whether you actually need to print this. Slides will be available at blog.edvisors.com
    3. 4. Full Disclosure
    4. 6. Stephen K. Hayes
    5. 7. What it is
    6. 8. Text ... ability to make informed judgements and effective decisions about the use and management of their money...
    7. 9. Why we preach it
    8. 10. Growth over 12 years: ZERO
    9. 11. Why we fail
    10. 12. DRY
    11. 15. Think MMO.
    12. 16. Means Motive Opportunity Opportunity Opportunity
    13. 17. Ability Desire Chance Chance Chance
    14. 18. Means Motive Opportunity Opportunity Opportunity
    15. 19. Mint.com
    16. 20. Wesabe.com
    17. 21. Geezeo.com
    18. 22. docs.Google.com
    19. 23. Mobile apps
    20. 24. voice.Google.com
    21. 25. Cash Flow
    22. 26. Tools don’t matter if no one uses them
    23. 27. Means Motive Opportunity Opportunity Opportunity
    24. 30. Exercise 1: List 4 things you like about money. List 4 things you don’t like about money. List 4 things you don’t like about money. List 4 things you don’t like about money. List 4 things you don’t like about money.
    25. 31. Which took longer?
    26. 33. Exercise 2: Suppose you have a magic money wand. What would you do with it? Suppose you have a magic money wand. What would you do with it? Suppose you have a magic money wand. What would you do with it?
    27. 34. What did you do?
    28. 37. Scarcity vs. abundance
    29. 38. Exercise 3: Tell a story about a lottery-type experience, part 1. Tell a story about a lottery-type experience, part 1. Tell a story about a lottery-type experience, part 1.
    30. 39. Exercise 3: Tell a story about a lottery-type experience, part 2. Tell a story about a lottery-type experience, part 2. Tell a story about a lottery-type experience, part 2.
    31. 40. Reclaim responsibility
    32. 42. Means Motive Opportunity Opportunity Opportunity
    33. 43. $150,000 top prize
    34. 44. Export firm nut buyer $642,000
    35. 45. How to practice abundance
    36. 48. How to create abundance
    37. 54. Any opportunity to be helpful is an opportunity to earn money. - Chris Brogan
    38. 55. Want to keep the conversation going? www.Edvisors.com [email_address] @edvisors @cspenn Join our LinkedIn Financial Aid Group! Financial Aid Group! Financial Aid Group! Financial Aid Group! Financial Aid Group! Financial Aid Group! Financial Aid Group! Financial Aid Group! Financial Aid Group!

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