Workshop: The Offense, Defense and Playing of Personal Finance

Long term thinking, Delayed Gratification and the Correct Ways to Eliminate Debt.

Carlos Fontana, will be coming all the way from Michigan to Philadelphia on Thursday, August 1st and will be speaking until August 4th. He is published author, a great entrepreneur, and an established international speaker. He has guided many people through erasing their debt; reversing their financial state to the point of being able to live ahead of their paycheck, and even thrive in a struggling economy.

He will be doing a free workshop on The Offense, Defense and Playing Field of Personal Finance.

Date: August 1st, Thursday Night
Venue: The Philadelphia Building, 1315 Walnut Street Suite 320, Philadelphia, PA
Agenda: 7.30pm to 8.00pm Financial Talk 
8.00pm to 8.30pm Workshop - Balance Your Budget

Feel Free to invite your friends! Attendance is FREE!

Please rsvp as seats will be limited.

Here is an excerpt from Carlo’s Intl Blog:

Carlos has a BS degree in Agronomic Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil, and Masters and Doctoral degrees in Agricultural Engineering Technology from Michigan State University. He served at the Kellogg Company for 21 years in several positions, including Director of Cost Innovation. He then left the corporate world in 2007 to follow his entrepreneurial spirit, which has served him very well thus far.

Carlos has also co-authored the book Follow to Lead, with author Don Mercer, and sole authored the book PRICELESS.

Further, he is the Co-founder and President of Phalanx – a Leadership Education Consulting Services company. He currently lives in his country home in Michigan, USA, where he loves gardening and spending the time he has earned with family & friends.

As an entrepreneur and business owner, Carlos is on a quest to make a difference in the lives of others through entrepreneurship, leadership education and philanthropy.

The Workshop will start promptly at 7.30pm.

See you all there!

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