Here's a question.. who do you talk to about your money?

And how often do you talk about the following in your friend groups?

  • Personal finance

  • investing strategies

  • financial goals

  • retirement planning


During these 1.5 hour meetings, the Circle:

  • Shares their current financial picture

  • Discusses personal finance topics

  • Outlines their goals & determines best skill sets to be applied toward advancing them

  • Discovers financial strategies they can implement

  • Supports each other's wealth growth plans

If you're like most women, these topics are rarely getting discussed together, which leads to confusion or, worse, inaction

ElleFactor Circles were created as a safe space for getting empowered and getting active in your financial life. Each circle includes 6-10 women of varying backgrounds who meet in-person or online for 4 sessions. 

This is a place for women who want to learn about and work towards financial freedom— also known as life by design.

ElleFactor Circles are 100% judgement-free, positive and supportive. They are small in order to create intimate groups of women who can become one another's trusted confidants.

To be considered for an upcoming ElleFactor Circle, make the first move by submitting the Money Fundamentals Questionnaire

You either master money, or, on some level, money masters you.
— Tony Robbins

Upcoming ElleFactor Circles:

ElleFactor Circles take place evenings from 6-8pm at Soma Vida Eastside.

All ElleFactor Circles Include Topics Like:

  • Risk tolerance and emergency funds

  • How to strengthen your financial negotiation muscles

  • An honest conversation about debt and credit

  • How to use financial leverage

  • A look at Financial Advisors and their fees

  • Motivation from our own financial successes & failures

  • **We will also discuss our personal financial lives, goals and roadmaps to achieving these

  • The concept of Financial Independence/Retire Early (FIRE) and how to achieve this

  • The 3 asset classes for effectively building wealth (paper, real estate & business)

  • Identifying your skill sets in order to create complimentary financial strategies

  • Money mindsets and how to move from scarcity to abundance

  • Controlling expenses and the latte factor


If we were not impressed by job titles, suits, and jargon, we would demand that financial advisors show us their personal bank statements before they tell us what we could or should do with our own money.
— Mokokoma Mokhonoana

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