Navigating the Emotional and Financial Waters of Big Changes

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Sep 20, 2015 Comments Off on Navigating the Emotional and Financial Waters of Big Changes

Online Webinar
Tuesday, September 22, 2015, 12:30 – 1:30pm

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This webinar will provide a rare tour of the many changes women today may encounter in our lives and careers. These changes can have profound impact on your identity, emotional well-being, and your finances, so you need to be prepared!

Join Money + Life Coach Sharron Mendel Swain (F‘92) for a conversation that will arm you with knowledge to anticipate and navigate the emotional and financial waters of big changes, whether they’re positive ones such as a new baby or business venture, or less desirable ones such as a diagnosis or divorce.

Specifically, Sharron will address questions surrounding:

– Creating a clear vision for the Being side of life, as well as the Doing side
– Building a rock-solid foundation in your spiritual life and in your core relationships, and continuing to nourish these throughout your life
– Removing the shame and secrecy surrounding honest discussions about money
– Practices you can use to bring calm and ease into your money life
– Defining success on your own terms, in different ways at different times throughout your life

About the Presenter:

Sharron Mendel Swain, MA, is a Money Coach who would love to help you stop stressing about money, using mindfulness, money smarts, and really good questions. A 1992 graduate of SFS, with an MA from Sussex University's Institute of Development Studies, she's spent more than 25 years in the mindfulness meditation world, and loves creating spaces where people feel safe enough to talk about hard things in a way that helps them heal. Since leaving the Hilltop, she’s lived and worked on four continents – in some of the world's wealthiest and poorest places. She’s helped raise millions of dollars for programs to make the world a better place, and has sat through countless organizational budget meetings. She’s been married, divorced, and married again, birthed two babies later in life, changed careers more than once, and lived to tell the tale. All the while, she’s been learning about money, in all sorts of different ways. Learn more at

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