What The Finances: What Women Entrepreneurs Need to Know about Money
October 21 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
About this Event
Many women entrepreneurs face blocks in their business stemming from money narratives that convince them to undercharge, to believe that they do not have the capability to handle the finances in their business, and inevitably become a financial avoidant. Join us for a free event: “What The Finances: What Women Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Money”
Why do we avoid our bookkeeping? Why does the thought of talking to investors create feelings of anxiety? Why do we undercharge? Why does the financial side of our business feel unmanageable? What do womxn entrepreneurs really need to know about money?
Many women entrepreneurs face blocks in their business that may stem from a money narrative that they may or may not be aware of. These unhelpful narratives convince women entrepreneurs to undercharge, overspend, to believe that they do not have the capability to handle the financial side of their business, and inevitably become a financial avoidant.
Join us in this online free event where we will explore what women entrepreneurs really need to know about money. We will discuss the 3 main financial growth blocks with women entrepreneurs, personal credit for business owners, and cash flow management strategies.
The event will take place on a Zoom Video Webinar. You will also be emailed our Money Map of Meaning Tool in advance of the session.
About Chantel Chapman
As the co-founder of The Trauma of Money and founder of What The Finances, Chantel Chapman is considered the money teacher you’ve been waiting for; renowned for her cutting-edge, relatable, and trauma-informed money guidance. Drawing influence from 14 years of experience as a mortgage broker, 10 years as a financial literacy consultant, and extensive research in addiction, behavioural science, trauma, and mindfulness, Chantel’s distinct disciplines make learning about money the antithesis of anything you would experience through traditional schooling.
Chantel was the lead player on building Canada’s first-ever digital mortgage experience with a free credit score and a consultant on several other innovative products for one of Canada’s largest Fintech brands. Chantel is also the co-founder of School by K&P, an online school for creative entrepreneurs that also provides free education for marginalized communities across North America. Along with her partner Hiroko Demichelis, Chantel developed and currently runs The Trauma of Money Method – Canada’s one and only accredited course certifying professionals in facilitating healing around trauma and money.