July 29, 2019 – eLearning Jonathan Denwood, Gophilanthropic Foundation Lydia Dean and Majdah alQuhtani of Altus Wealth Management

July 29, 2019 – eLearning Jonathan Denwood, Gophilanthropic Foundation Lydia Dean and Majdah alQuhtani of Altus Wealth Management

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Jonathan Denwood – Online Membership Guru and CEO of WP-Tonic

Start with a mini-course. That should be 12 lessons, and at the max, 12 videos. Keep it a reasonable size.

Jonathan Denwood is the founder and CEO of WP-Tonic. He helps clients build an online business in the eLearning entrepreneurship space through building successful online courses. He says it’s a great time to start an online membership business which can provide a second income and allow you to keep your day job at the same time. He provides you with an easy plan of action that will take away most of the pain from the process. In addition to building online courses, Jonathan has helped businesses move away from SaaS platforms that they have outgrown, too understanding the power and flexibility of WordPress.

Lydia Dean – Founder GoPhilanthropic Travel, Co-Founder Gophilanthropic Foundation and Author of Jumping the Picket Fence

It is not in our comfort zone where we do our biggest growing. Its in our moments of discomfort.

In 2000, Lydia Dean left a successful career in Orlando to explore the world with her young family. During their six years outside the US, Lydia traveled extensively to areas lacking access to education and opportunity. Motivated by the simple ideal that small personal actions can make a difference, she and her family returned to the US in 2007 and launched GoPhilanthropic Travel— a social enterprise that engages travelers with the lesser-known humanitarians of the world. In 2011, she and a passionate team expanded their efforts by founding GoPhilanthropic Foundation, a non-profit organization that identifies, invests and strengthens the impact of community-based organizations providing access to education, health and basic human rights in impoverished communities around the world.

Majdah alQuhtani – Wealth Management Advisor of Altus Wealth Management

We are really good at kicking the can down the road when it comes to all things financial. Money is the last taboo, so we
avoid it, when we should be engaging an advisor about how to get started with retirement.

Americans nationwide are struggling when it comes to understanding and saving money. A recent GoBankingRates.com survey found that 1 in 3 Americans shockingly have $0 saved for retirement. On July 23, Cetera Financial Group hosted the Connect 19 conference, where 3,500 financial advisors met to help them tackle the most common issues they face from individuals who seek financial help. Majdah alQuhtani,part of the Cetera Financial Groups network of Financial Advisors, is with us to share tips on how to get started; questions individuals should ask themselves before approaching a financial advisor; and questions they should ask financial advisors to ensure a path to financial wellness.