The Fashion Institute
53 Balfour St
Chippendale, NSW 2008
"We’re always promising ourselves that we are going to get on top of our finances – finally pay down debt, start that investment portfolio, pay attention to our superannuation. But then life gets in the way. As we juggle the commitments and responsibilities in our busy lives, good money habits can quickly fade away"
Canna Campbell is an experienced financial planner, and also a mother, partner and entrepreneur. She understands the challenge of trying to maintain balance and motivation when you’re time-poor, and she’s used this experience to develop an inspirational and effective approach to personal finance management. She shows you how to look at your finances with holistic and powerful mindfulness, easily incorporating her step-by-step advice into your daily habits and routines. From new banking rituals and money mindsets to growing passive income through shares and property, she will help you shed the excess and embrace what you really love, value, use and appreciate – including your necessary luxuries.
Canna leads by example, sharing her personal tips and tricks for building, managing and protecting your money. No matter what you earn or what level of knowledge you have, her new book Mindful Money will help you to see that financial independence is achievable.
At this special event for women, Canna will be in conversation with The Grace Tales founder Georgie Abay and will be sharing with the audience the value of a mindful approach to money, how she balances a demanding career with her expanding family, and we will even ask her to give us a glimpse inside her accounts. You'll leave armed with practical tips for how to achieve holistic financial wellbeing.
All guests will leave not only with a healthy dose of financial inspiration and practical tips - but also one of our renowned goodie bags worth over $200.
The afternoon will begin with a light lunch before the talk begins.
Bookings essential via Eventbrite.