Recap of the Habit of Wealth Workshop

The way you behave about money today and tomorrow determines how you’re going to live for the next 50 years.” From The Habit of Wealth by Mark Tier

Last July 29 I attended an interactive workshop for the improvement of self-wealth to attain our life’s perspectives when we reached our retirement age. The Habit of Wealth workshop is presented by Australian author Mark Tier (The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffet and George Soros) and teacher Raquel Narca. The 3-hour workshop gathered young professionals, moms/dads and kids aged mostly 10 years old. Tier’s concept of the habit of wealth is to cultivate one’s attitude in managing money, having a discipline the way we spend according to our present lifestyle, saving money for retirement and most of all enjoying life without having to worry what’s left in our wallets.

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LEARNIUM EVENTS: Adopt THE HABIT OF WEALTH

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The Habit of Wealth
July 29, 2017, Saturday from 9:00a.m.– 12:00 noon
Palm Village Conference Center
125 Zodiac Street, Makati City 1211

The Habit of Wealth is an interactive financial literacy workshop dubbed as “Master of Money” to prepare your financial status into a meaningful one, to have an in-depth grip on how to handle money matters towards wealth success. Embrace the “Road to Riches” fundamentals with Mark Tier, an Australian author based in Hong Kong, is NLP Master Practitioner, and the author of The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffet and George Soros.

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