An evening to help you know your worth, create abundance, and attract real love.
Date: November 30th 6-9 pm ET
Having a wonderful life is all about love and money, in some form or another. Try to find a day when neither one affects our lives; it’s impossible, isn’t it? So many of us want to feel more financially secure and reach a point where we’re able to enjoy a fulfilling relationship with a trusted partner, but that’s not the easiest road to navigate – especially after our twenties.
This workshop shows you how to create successful relationships with your heart and your money. It will help you create a brand new plan, adopt a fresh and inspired mindset and get you the support you need to succeed. You’ll learn how to attract the love you need, and create abundance in the process.
- 35 and over: the best places to meet new people.
- How to find love when you’re overbooked and busy.
- The 4 ingredients to successful dating.
- The best tools to accumulate wealth in the city.
- How to create and stick to a plan that increases your weekly spending and savings!
We will also be giving away copies of Andrea Syrtash’s book, “He’s Just Not Your Type (And That’s a Good Thing)”!
Andrea Syrtash is a New York-based dating & relationship expert, life coach and author. She has contributed to over a dozen advice books and is the author of, “He’s Just Not Your Type (And That’s a Good Thing)”. Her next book, about marriage, will be released by Rodale Books in 2011. She’s an advice columnist and contributor to numerous popular sites including Oprah.com, Yahoo! and The Huffington Post; and the host of NBC Digital’s ‘On Dating’. Andrea is frequently sought out as a speaker and a spokesperson. Her relationship advice has been featured in various media outlets across the country including on The Today Show, The CBS Early Show, CNN, VH1 and on NPR, among others.
|Ryan Payne is a leading registered investment advisor based in New York City. His firm, Payne Capital Management, specializes in goal based investment strategies for individuals and intuitions. Ryan’s Firm focuses on helping his clients achieve the four great financial goals in life, which consist of: creating a lifetime of income, preserving wealth by minimizing volatility and risk, transferring wealth to family and cherished institutions, and lastly accomplishing these objectives with the least amount of government partnership. Mr. Payne spent 7 years as a top financial advisor at Merrill Lynch in the World Financial Center, New York. Ryan graduated from Villanova University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.|