The Financial Intimacy Conference 

Helping smart, professional women harness their economic power

Relationships matter.

But you know that already, right? That’s why you invest time nurturing the relationships you have with your family, friends, and colleagues.

However, I can’t help but wonder: What do you do to consciously nurture your relationship with money.

Yes, that’s right…you have a relationship with money! Like your other relationships, the quality of the one you have with money is shaped by a variety of factors – you, your family, friends/peers, culture, social trends, etc. Like your other relationships, the one you have with money is multi-faceted, complex, and nuanced. Like your other relationships, the condition of the one you have with money is a by-product of your behavior, choices, thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. And like your other relationships, your relationship with money sheds light on your character, discipline, and your degree of self-esteem and self-love.

You wouldn’t know that, though, based on the focus of most financial information and advice targeted to consumers like you.

And, that’s a shame because money is one of the best personal development tools to which we have access. Money illuminates much about our individual and collective evolution.

Click the EventBrite “Register Now” button on the right to learn more about the conference and to register for the next city on our tour – Chicago.

With the Financial Intimacy Conference, we are looking to create the TED of money!

The conference is a space where we turn money into an unlikely communication tool – one that, in particular, promotes a new way of thinking and talking about money and behaving with it as well.  It is breaking new ground in the field of behavioral finance, bridging the areas of money, choices, behavior and relationships, for popular reality.

Attend a conference…join the movement!




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