Financial literacy means having the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make responsible financial decisions. This requires small, imperfect actions each day and showing kindness to ourselves when we make a misstep. So, in today’s training, I will be sharing the three reasons why financial literacy matters at work and how to ensure you are maximizing your efforts.
Listen in as I explain how you can increase productivity and relieve financial stress by becoming more financially fit. You will learn how to ensure you are taking advantage of all your employee benefits at your job, the importance of creating and following a budget, and where to begin when searching for a way to improve your financial literacy.
“When you are financially literate and moreover financially fit, you are able to deal with things in your life in a planned fashion, which allows you to have greater control, freedom, and flexibility.” – Tracey Bissett
This Week on Young Money:
- Why financial literacy matters at work.
- How to ensure you are maximizing your financial literacy at work.
- How to increase productivity.
- The best way to increase your overall compensation at work.
- How to improve business acumen.
- The importance of creating a budget.
- The benefit of asking for professional financial help.
- Ask for help.
- Create a budget.
- Be open to learning.
- Take accountability.
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