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Honesty Circles: How Can Money Be Your Friend? (Part 2) | Honesty Circles
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30 Nov 2020, Mon
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM (+08:00)
Singapore (Zoom)
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2020-11-30 19:30:00 2020-11-30 21:30:00 Asia/Singapore Honesty Circles: How Can Money Be Your Friend? (Part 2) | Honesty Circles Singapore (Zoom) iCal_honesty_circle

In response to rising concerns and worries surrounding money among young people, Playmoolah is bringing you a 2-part series called Honesty Circles which aims to uncover how changing hidden money narratives in our lives can lead to greater freedom and a more empowering lifestyle. We are launching this on zoom, so you can join us in the comforts of your own room!

 

Part 1: Is Money Your Friend or Foe? (23 Nov, 7:30pm-9:30pm)

Does money worry you or make you feel anxious? Is money causing you unnecessary stress? Are you burdened by the thought of making more money?

Is it truly about money or is there an unspoken narrative hidden beneath that is causing all the destruction? Through honest dialogue and reflections, come discover what money narratives are, and how certain unhealthy narratives may be affecting our lives.

 

Part 2: How Can Money Be Your Friend? (30 Nov, 7:30pm-9:30pm)

In this follow-up circle, we shall be focusing on writing new money narratives that can turn money from a foe to a friend that can help us live a more stress-free and empowering life.

Come listen to how others have changed their money narratives in ways that have improved their relationship with money and their lives, and discover how yours can be changed.

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We welcome all young adults aged 19-25. 

TO REGISTER, kindly RSVP and we shall email you the instructions on how to join our session online. As only those who have attended Part 1 are invited to participate in Part 2, we shall email you the registration link for Part 2 only after you have attended Part 1. 

In registering for this event, you consent to the collection and processing of your personal information for the purposes of this event only, in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act (2012).

 

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