Never Waste a Good Crisis
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Never Waste a Good Crisis

Never Waste a Good Crisis

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, I invite you to join me at Books, Inc. in Mountain View on Sunday, July 12 at 2:00 p.m.

My topic: Never Waste a Good Crisis. I’ll discuss how you can use the rare opportunity presented by the Great Recession as a springboard to tackle the task of taking on your own financial planning.

I’ll talk about the barriers that block the four money personalities, and how to overcome them in each case. I’ll also talk about how each type could get the most from working with a financial planner, if you choose to do so.

Also, Peter Johnson and Steve Lewis will be speaking at the same event on “Where are we now and what’s next,” Denise Hughes on “Creating a Right-Sized Spending Plan” and Peter Johnson on “CPR for your 401(k) – and the rest of your portfolio.”

This is all part of the “Surviving the Financial Tsunami” series sponsored by the Financial Literacy Project. It’s making a tour of independently owned bookstores. For more information, please visit