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New York, NY, United States, 2011/03/05 - Lora Sasiela, founder of FinanciallySmitten, hosts a complimentary bimonthly Virtual Book Salon where women gather on a teleconference line to discuss a book about personal financial or money psychology.
In the Book Salon, Sasiela leads a discussion with thought-providing discussion topics culled from that month’s selection, and shares the significant take-aways.
Sasiela states, “Educating oneself about money is actually one of the best ways to nurture our relationship with money. And women’s learning style tends to be group-focused. So, I created the Book Salon as a low-key, comfortable, and fun way for women to gather in a safe space to talk and learn about money.”
One of the participants shared, “Talking about money and finance is not something women tend to do. This book club is a great way of engaging in a way that feels safe and respectful.”
In this month’s Salon the book Secrets of Six Figure Women: Surprising Strategies To Up Your Earnings and Change Your Life (by Barbara Stanny) will be discussed. This well-researched guidebook enlightens readers on the seven traits that six-figure women have in common. Stanny then takes this information one step further by providing readers with specific strategies for each trait - practical, real-life strategies that readers can use in their own lives to increase their earnings.
The March 2011 Virtual Book Salon will take place on Wednesday, March 23rd at 4pm EST. Pre-registration is required and participants will be E:ed all the call -in details. For more information visit financiallysmitten.com/.
About Lora Sasiela
As founder of Financially Smitten, Lora Sasiela, MSW, employs a proven blend of financial therapy, money coaching and personal experience to inspire women to approach their personal finances with consciousness, clarity, and confidence. Her dynamic coaching style, celebrated workshops, and information products, are inspiring a new generation of financial powerhouses who are kicking their fear, guilt and shame about money straight to the curb. Her work has been featured in national magazines such as Marie Claire and Glamour.