You–yes, you!–and your friends and colleagues are all warmly invited to be a part of Cash & Creativity: How Cleaning Up Your Finances Can Spark New Creative Success, a private three-week online class taught by Angele McQuade, author of INVESTMENT CLUBS FOR DUMMIES and monthly columnist for Better Investing magazine.
Course Description: If you wish you could earn more from your writing or you’ve been feeling stuck in creative quicksand, the problem might not be your writing, but how you deal with money. Uncertainty or fear about your finances—regardless of your net worth—can shut down your creativity in unexpected ways.
This three-week online, interactive course will help you uncover the truth about your finances, tie up energy-draining financial loose ends, and learn simple, more effective ways to organize and manage your money. You’ll then use similar strategies to tie up your creative loose ends, prioritize your projects, and craft a reimagined vision for your writing career.
With help from written lessons, handouts, homework assignments, and personalized feedback and support from your instructor, you’ll finish the class with a clear picture of your current finances, new strategies for keeping your financial life organized going forward, and a plan for taking enthusiastic, dedicated action toward both your creative and financial goals.
When: a three-week period scheduled at your group’s convenience
Where: in a private online forum (exact details to be decided by each group
Cost: $125 per student for the three-week class
Payment may be made by credit card through PayPal (2.9% PayPal fee will be added) or by check. This class should qualify as a tax-deductible business educational expense for any writer/creative professional, and receipts will be provided for this purpose.
Course Logistics: This course will take place in a private forum online. Lessons and exercises will be posted daily, and students can read/respond at any time.
To arrange a private class, please email Angele (firstname.lastname@example.org) for detailed schedule, payment, and class enrollment information. There is an 18 student minimum and 35 student maximum for private classes. Payment must be made in full before the class begins and is non-refundable. All class lessons and materials will be sent by email to any student who registers but is later unable to participate.
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