Having a conversation can be a good thing.
It allows multiple people and audiences an opportunity to share and exchange their thoughts and ideas on a given subject or topic. Doing so allows for improved mutual understanding, and if it deals with an area of concern or issue, it can provide the ability to better problem-solve.
This Saturday, March 29th, the Atlanta based organization A Dancer's Heart Inc. is hosting a financial literacy workshop for young women ages 13-19. Entitled "Girl Talk: You and Your Money", it provides an opportunity to receive and apply first-hand information directed towards building sound financial habits and practices.
Some of the topics covered include budgeting, the use (and differences) between ATM, Debit, and Credit Cards, identification of wants compared to needs, and other related topics. The program is free, but there are limited spaces available. Those who are interested in attending may register online.
Through the "lenses" of dedication, commitment, integrity, and excellence, this community based organization provides programming and growth opportunities for women in their teens. This Saturday provides a means of having a good conversation and the ability for the community to learn and apply the skill sets grounded in financial success.
That's a good kind of girl talk.