Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Manage Your Prosperity


Kueng discusses ideas with the group at table 7.

Kueng discusses ideas with the group at table 7.

What does prosperity mean to you?

To some it means living comfortably within their means; to others, it means health, abundance or simply being able to do what you want. Recently, Raymond James hosted 65 women at the Hideaway Beach Club for “Your Prosperity Picture,” a workshop with Director of Creative Campaigns and National Speaker Lisa Kueng.

The event was an interactive workshop that taught the women five key steps to prosperity using visual tools and informal discussion. The first step for the women was to create a vision for themselves, and explore the images that align with their own ultimate goal.

Lisa Kueng begins the discussion for “Painting Your Prosperity Picture” in her workshop hosting 65 women at the Hideaway Beach Club. Photos by Jesus Calo

Lisa Kueng begins the discussion for “Painting Your Prosperity Picture” in her workshop hosting 65 women at the Hideaway Beach Club. Photos by Jesus Calo

The women were reminded that it was up to them to reach their prosperity goals. “Each and every one of you are in control of your financial future,” Kueng stated. “Whether you are the pilot or co-pilot, these are the tools for your success.”

One is never too old, or too young to plan for their financial future. Ages of the attendees ran the gamut, with Marco Island Academy senior Julia Wagner (17) being the youngest. Julia attended the event as part of a mentorship program.

 

 

While many people feel that managing finances can be burdensome, Kueng suggested a more positive approach, encouraging the women to enjoy the journey. Each guest was urged to reflect on financial gratitude, no matter the size of her bank account.

For more discussions about finances, Raymond James provides a “thoughtful, practical discussion for women about investing.” Darcie Guerin and Jessica Rigor meet with the women’s group every first Tuesday of the month at 2 PM. Head over to 606 Bald Eagle Drive or call 239-389-1041.

Julia Wagner (left) reaches for a deck of pictures to help visualize her goals.

Julia Wagner (left) reaches for a deck of pictures to help visualize her goals.

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