KickStart 2011: Financial and Empowerment Teleconference

Join Ryan Mack, author of the upcoming Living in the Village and his colleagues as they discuss core financial, business, and family principles that affects you and the community. Each call in the teleseries is geared to empower and enlighten you on how to take control of your financial circumstance and dreams in 2011. Ryan, along with other experts in the field of business, finance, and family relationship will share powerful tips and insights on topics from Entrepreneurship to Family Values. Throughout the series, Ryan Mack will discuss different topics featured in his book Living in the Village and will have an exciting group of guest speakers on the call.

This free teleseries well be held on January 11th, 13th, 25th, 27th at 8pm ET. To register for the call visit: http://ht.ly/3x42p

Teleseries Upcoming Schedule:

January 11th @8pm ET: Living in the Village Book Discussion

During tonight call, Joy Farrington, The Book Club Expert sits down and chats with Ryan Mack about his new book Living in the Village. They will discuss the story behind the story during the call and the many “villagers” it took to bring Ryan’s dream to life.

January 13th @8pm ET: Starting a Small Business

Tonight’s topic is all about tapping into the entrepreneur in you  and features guest speaker, Andrew Morrison. 

Andrew Morrison is the President of Small Business Camp. The company provides high-impact marketing strategies for entrepreneurs, executives and non-profit leaders. Andrew has as trained thousands of entrepreneurs from Hawaii to Nigeria and appeared on Oprah.

January 25th @ 8pm ET: What’s Your Purpose

Tonight Ryan Mack interviews Jullien Gordon, The PurposeFinder. Ever wondered how to find your purpose and tapped into the power within? Then this is the call for you.

About Our Guest

Jullien Gordon

Jullien Gordon, The PurposeFinder, is a motivation teacher and the country’s leading voice on purpose, passion, and professional development for the millennial generation. At the age of 28, he already has 10 years of experience working with millennials as a CEO, coach, and counselor. He believes that his purpose is to help as many people as possible find their purpose and reach their full potential by helping them make a living doing what they love. He is currently CEO of the Department of Motivated Vehicles, a personal and professional development company designed to help people D.R.E.A.M. awake by helping them make money and meaning int he world doing what they love through his ecourse, speaking, coaching, and consulting.

February 1st @8pm ET: It’s a Family Affair

Get ready to Meet The Macks. Ryan is bringing his dynamic family to the call to discuss their contributor to his book Living in the Village, their impact in the community and the importance of family.  Prepare to be inspired!

About Tonight’s Guests

Carol Mack-Wells

Carol Mack-Wells, Mother of the author Ryan Mack taught her sons everything they know about financial literacy. Although bringing up her children with modest means, she was able to instill within them a sense of contentment to be happy where you are today, but ecstatic about the bright future of you will achieve tomorrow through hard work. Her section is placed after the budget section because she was able to stretch the dollar in the household to not only continue to put food on the table, but was able to move up the ladder of success to become the first African-American Director of Admissions for the University of Michigan-Dearborn.

Today, as she prepares for her retirement, she currently serves as the Vice Chancellor of Student Services for Wayne County Community College in Detroit, Michigan. A product of education herself, she continues to advocate for education for those throughout the inner city of Detroit, Michigan as a means of economic empowerment.

Richard Mack

Richard Mack’s life began modestly in Lexington, Kentucky as the second oldest of nine children. His family moved to Detroit, as did many other southern families to pursue opportunities in the auto industry. He acquired a good work ethic from his parents very early in life, and struggled financially through college with his mother holding strong as his inspiration. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in education from Central State University, in spite of the many challenges. He went on to obtain a Master of Education degree from Wayne State University, and an Education Specialist degree from the same.

During this time, he served the children of Detroit Public Schools for 38 years before he retired in 2004. He touched hundreds of young lives first as a science and math teacher, then as a guidance counselor. His career culminated with serving as a principal who positively transformed the school as well as the neighborhood that he worked in. He continues to be driven by his love for children and the community. He is the proud father of three sons who continue this tradition of excellence.

Richard Mack

Richard Mack is married to Pamela Mack. Both are successful attorneys. They live in the city of Detroit, which is suffering from a severe depression while the rest of the country feels like it is in a recession; however, Richard and Pam seem to be impervious to the hardships of the economy. It is like they are living in their own economic bubble. They own their home, have an investment property, invest regularly into their retirement accounts, just adopted a child, can travel whenever they please, and because they are very diligent about their estate plans. I think that much of their success starts in the home because they are such a strong team. This dynamic team is so strong that they were even interviewed by Money Magazine because of their ability to navigate successfully through this volatile economy.

Registration for the Call is Easy

  1. Visit http://ht.ly/3x42p
  2. To register, simply enter your name and email address. You will receive the call-in number and your own personalized pin for the call. Also, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the participant dashboard where you can chat online with other listeners during the call.
  3. Call the number provided at 8pm ET during the night of the call and enter your pin
  4. You can join either one or all of the calls each night using the same pin number.
  5. A reminder email will be sent to you prior to each event.

In the meantime, order your copy of Living in the Village while it still on sale on Amazon for under $9. Portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Optimum Institute of Economic Empowerment.

  

About the Hosts:

President of Optimum Capital Management, Ryan Mack has a life mission to build and develop a durable financial empire geared towards educating his community and beyond.

As a renowned public speaker he has provided keynote presentations to organizations across the country such as Harvard University, Columbia University, Princeton University, NAACP, National Association of Real Estate Brokers, Housing Preservation and Development, National Urban League, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Black MBA Association and many others, Microsoft Corporation, HSBC, KPMG, Johnson and Johnson, Six Flags, and Deutsche Bank. With a strong sense of philanthropy he flew to South Africa to teach economic empowerment principles to those in need and has partnered with the local District Attorney’s office to teach financial literacy to previously incarcerated community residents with the aim of lowering recidivism rates.

He can be regularly viewed on television networks such as GMTV, CNBC, CNN, Thomson Reuters, and BET discussing economic/social issues that impact American citizens. Ryan has also authored his book Living in the Village; has been profiled in Tavis Smiley’s Covenant and Action  (a New York Times Bestseller); co-authored a book with Kevin Powell entitled The Black Male Handbook; featured in Black Enterprise, African-American Family, The Source & NV Magazine; contributes regularly to Huffingtonpost.com, The Network Journal, Fortune, and Black Enterprise; received the Top 40 Ander 40 Achievement Award from The Network Journal; was inducted by Medgar Evers College (where he currently serves as a board member) into its national honor society PI ETA KAPPA as an honorary member; and received Tom Joyner’s “Hardest Working Financial Advisor Award” because of his efforts to empower the community with the crucial life skills of financial literacy.

Whether he is counseling a group of doctors at a convention or in Rikers Island providing a free course Ryan Mack’s comprehensive, exciting approach to teaching economic empowerment to all income levels has generated a level of much needed interest in a volatile economy.

Joy Farrington

Joy Farrington, the Book Club Expert,  is founder of Lit Diva, Inc. – a company which offers online marketing and literary services for authors. 

Joy Farrington has been nominated for various awards including the Marguerite Press Awards for Best Promoter and Best Website, Best Reviewer/Interviewer in the 4th Annual Marguerite Press Award and featured in the April, 2005 issue of “Urban American Newspaper” as one of the “Women in South Florida who … making moves in the Urban Community!!!”  

Ms. Farrington is also the author of the A Literary Diva’s Guide…book series for book clubs and literary professionals. She lives in Miami, Fl.

About the Book

A clear, personal, step-by-step plan to achieve financial freedom–for yourself and your community

Financial planning isn’t easy – especially when you’re trying to overcome destructive spending habits, accumulating debt, and ever-increasing household budgets. Ryan Mack, Wall Streeter-come-financial advisor, has written LIVING IN THE VILLAGE for those who need a clear, accessible and tangible plan for getting personal finances in order once and for all. In a frank, accessible voice, Ryan C. Mack provides simple, easy-to-understand financial advice that you can implement right away.

He developed a seven-step plan, featuring critical advice for:

 – Eliminating debt

 – Improving credit

 – Creating an emergency fund

 – Maximizing the company retirement plan and IRA

 – Avoiding financial predators

 – Diversifying your investments

 – Establishing a financial legacy for future generations

Each step of the way, LIVING IN THE VILLAGE not only educates you about financial planning tricks and pitfalls, but also, through numerous personal testimonies from ordinary people doing extraordinary things in their communities, shows you how to give back and contribute to the economic advancement to your community.

“In LIVING IN THE VILLAGE, Ryan Mack offers the common sense road map that Americans need today in order to get their finances in order. This is not about ourselves, but being in position to create and pass on wealth to our children, or help others philanthropically. If we don’t heed Ryan’s advice now, then we will have no future.”

Roland Martin, Host of Washington Watch with Roland Martin CNN Political Analyst, The Tom Joyner Morning Show Senior Analyst

Purchase Your Copy of Living in the Village on Amazon Today!

or for more information visit http://livinginthevillage.com

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