Sources from The New Orleans Agenda have revealed that The Collective Movement, a master class orchestrated by four black female entrepreneurs, is providing a free web-class to teach you how to achieve your dreams tonight, Thursday, June 11, at 8:00 p.m.
"The pandemic showed us that a recession-proof business was not enough, Neko Cheri, one of the four women hosting the event, said. "The whole world went online, and entire industries switched to digital content. For years, I've taught others how to monetize their knowledge, stories, experiences, and skills with digital products."
Nationwide, viewers can tune in to educate themselves on real estate and stocks, structuring a business, branding, and digital product creation using the women's four steps.
The steps range from "hustler to CEO" to "put your money to work." With these components, along with others concerning branding and online wealth, everyone is ensured of learning how to be wiser and more efficient with their money.
The ladies behind the screen are Sierra Nicole, founder of Financially Lit in Dallas, TX; Neko Cheri, founder of Excell University in Atlanta, GA; Derricka Harwell, founder of BeautifyCredit in Southhaven, MS; and Natalie Birdsong, founder of Hair By Natalie B. in Chicago, IL. As some of us were learning how to make banana bread during the pandemic, these ladies met online and, since then, have created a multi-million-dollar platform that concerns matters of economic disparity. Their principles of economic growth, financial independence, entrepreneurship, and community reflects in their work to help others thrive as well.
"The only way to change the narrative is to change the narrator," Cheri said.
The Collective Movement has earned over six figures and has also made income opportunities for people within their "inner circle." These strong educated women have changed the lives of many by educating and collaborating with others to create lasting results, and you could be next.