|What’s the risk of trying a piece of chocolate? Not a whole lot:|
You won’t like it
You’ll consume some calories
You’ll have a bad taste in your mouth
But, what’s the risk to your dreams if something doesn’t work out? You lose faith and hope and that may outweigh all chocolate-related risks mentioned.
With the abundance of negative news in the world, your Women Forward team is here to shed some light!
While it is important to stay informed of what is going on in our economy, it is even more imperative to protect your mental well-being by looking forward to what is on the other side of all that we are facing. There is SO MUCH to be grateful for and we don’t want anyone to lose sight of that.
It is because of this that we’d love for you to Join us on Monday, May 18th for a virtual Ladies Night In so we can help answer your biggest questions, spread a little positivity, and give you some ideas that can help you avoid making short-term decisions that could potentially have a long-term negative impact.
And the best part of all? If you RSVP before May 8th, you’ll receive some yummy chocolates to enjoy during the event AND you don’t even need to dress up or worry about doing your hair, this is going to be so much fun! We invite you to get in your comfy pants, grab that glass of wine and join us for this Virtual Ladies Night In event.
You will leave with a renewed sense of purpose and a plan to get through the tough times, and a support system that you know you can lean on.
While wealth management is what we do, inspiring people to realize their dreams are still possible is who we are. You won’t want to miss this chance to connect with us!
|BONUS: RSVP before May 8th to receive a special chocolate treat!|
Virtual Ladies Night In
When: 5:30 pm ~ Monday, May 18th, 2020
Where: The comfort of your own home or office
Please RSVP by clicking HERE
NOTE: To make sure you are able to reserve your seat, please use Chrome or Firefox as your browser during registration. Since Internet Explorer has not been supported by Microsoft for three years now, a lot of web applications these days will not work effectively in Internet Explorer. Limited Seating so RSVP today!