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Cash Confident Women DC: How to Make #MoneyGoals Part of Your Daily Routine


Cash Confident Women: How to Make Money Goals Part of Your Daily Routine

To make your dreams and goals come true, you need to first see yourself there. Do you want the big dollars while doing work that adds value? Join this candid conversation for professional women on setting goals, to earn (more) money, meaning and mobility.

In this workshop, we’ll share daily hacks for increasing financial confidence and earning power. You’ll learn to:

- Stay accountable to your money goals and not get off track

- Manage your to-list so that it increases your earning potential

- Make building wealth an easy part of your daily routine without giving up Starbucks

- Set up better systems for money-making endeavors, so you can step away from work every so often without the fear that everything will suddenly fall apart

We’ll also share case studies from real women and how they tackled their #moneygoals

Featuring a Q&A Panel with Women Financial Experts who will answer your questions on everything from budgeting, to wealth building and entering the second phase of life with cash in the bank.




Jamila Payne is the CEO of Ideas Action Design, a personal growth training company that provides seminars, speaking services and a line of planners, notebooks, and calendars to corporate clients and women leaders.

She’s revolutionizing the way busy professionals work by teaching Daily Success Routine™, a productivity method she’s developed for conquering goals and creating flow between work and home life. Jamila’s Success Circle, a 1,000+ community for goal-getting women business owners has Chapters in Philadelphia, New York, and DC.

Jamila has trained over 15,000 entrepreneurs and leaders across the U.S. and Africa.

She is the author of several books, including From Payne to Power and Daily Success for Teams - 7 Principles to Create an Entrepreneurial Work Place, releasing this fall.

Jamila is an award-winning business owner, selected as a “40 Under 40 Entrepreneur to Watch” by the Philadelphia Business Journal.

She’s a Small Business Contributor for the Huffington PostBlack Enterprise Magazine, and Jamila’s work has been featured in InStyle, Entrepreneur MagazineNew York Times, and the Wall Street Journal.

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