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Ordinary Women doing extraordinary things is the anthem behind the very first Money Gym (http://www.themoneygym.com) female only workshop in London, this 5th October 2007.

Ordinary Women doing extraordinary things is the anthem behind the very first Money Gym (http://www.themoneygym.com) female only workshop in London, this 5th October 2007.

Since its inception six years ago, The Money Gym has advocated that financial freedom, and even millionaire status, can be within reach of anyone who has the motivation and willingness to work for it. Anyone can do it, and this workshop brings together the true-life stories of the women who are indeed doing it.

Six years ago, mother of two Nicola Cairncross was applying for 12-14k a year secretarial jobs just so that she could pay the rent at the end of the month. Finally, she had had enough and embarked on an intense period of wealth coaching. Since then she's been the owner of a boutique hotel, grown her own property portfolio and built up the successful http://www.artistmanager.co.uk which was recently short-listed for a major Channel 4 series. And, of course, launched The Money Gym, which has now coached over 400 people in how to gain control over their spending habits and invest for the future. Nicola will be letting us in on the Seven Secrets of Wealth Creation.

Business Coach Judith Morgan will be walking her talk by telling us how she only works 10 months a year and is well on her way to working the four hour week.

Also appearing will be the other Money Gym coaches as well as:

Nurse Claire Eastwood who, by following the Money gym programme, was free of her day job within 6 months. Now, with a website devoted to making Happy Nurses, she has invested in property and has two year's salary in the bank.

Debbie Bisset who now has not only left her job to run her own recruitment agency but also earns money online with her website Share the Dream where people can recycle wedding dresses.

Janet Swift, who two years ago was dealing with debts accrued without her knowledge, borrowing significant amounts on credit cards, fighting to keep a roof over the family's communal head, and diagnosed with a fatal illness. After winning both a ticket to a wealth conference and then a one year place on the Money Gym, Janet has since turned her life around and is now running a franchise of The Cleaning Biz, as well as her own virtual assistant service, Swiftly Sorted.

The one day workshop not only brings you these inspiring and motivating stories, but also tangible information on how you can take action to make significant improvements in your financial life right now.

The workshop is being held at The Balcony Room at Shakespeare's Globe, 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, London SE1 9DT on Friday 5th October 2007, 9.00 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Tickets are £347.00 and participants will also receive a voucher for their ticket price off any future Money Gym training they may sign up for on the day.

The Money Gym has helped hundreds of people along the road to financial independence (and created some millionaires along the way). It is a powerful programme that teaches participants a solid and proven way of creating wealth, with a choice of ways to suit your personality. These could be a choice of, or a combination of high risk, high return investment, solid bricks and mortar, or building a business that you can sell or use to set you up for life.    

For more info please contact Paula Gardner on 0208 504 4557 or visit the website at http://www.themoneygym.com/workshop/ .


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