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How many women in India, even those with their own income, know how to use and invest their money wisely? With Women On Wealth, Priyanka Bhatia wants to change that scenario.
Started in 2011, Women On Wealth is a financial community created to enable women to make independent financial decisions. We offer Free sessions and Paid programmes to build consciousness around money. Our freewheeling, engaging events that provide deep insights into the wealth creation process – and fun!
Our key events are: 1. De-clutter your way to abundance 2. How to travel without a Financial Hangover 3. Financial games – Cash Flow 4. 6 Steps to making Your Dreams a Reality Duration: 2 Hours
Our 2 Flagship Programs are 1. Money Gym – Basic tools for Money Management 2. Art of picking Quality Stocks – Understand the Fundamentals of picking Stocks to build your own Portfolio
You can also find them at their office in Delhi: Ekta Apartments, Near Malviya Nagar Metro Station, Saket, Delhi
I’m a Post Graduate in Business Journalism, but decided to leave my job at Press Trust of India to impact the financial journey of many women, like myself by creating the Women On Wealth platform in 2011.
I created wealth for myself first but when I looked back, my women colleagues were in the same space. I said to myself that if we do not challenge the status quo, women will continue to be financially dependent the way they are.
Community is our secret ingredient. We have different different communities for women and a safe space where women can talk/share about their challenges. We are also India partners with Cherie Blair Foundation for Women. We nominate our community members to get Free online world class mentoring for one year.
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Some time ago, Imtiaz Ali and Hansal Mehta respectively spoke of biopics of Madhubala and Meena Kumari. But do these biopics do justice to these women?
I recently came across a Reddit thread that discussed the fact that filmmaker Imtiaz Ali had announced making a biopic of Madhubala, and I wanted to explore this a little.
Of late, biopics based on the lives of beautiful but fatefully tragic women such as Lady Diana and Marilyn Monroe have created waves. Closer at home, we hear about the possibilities of biopics being made on the lives of Meena Kumari and Madhubala as well. These were hugely famous, stunningly beautiful women who were the heartthrobs of millions; who died tragically young.
I am glad that the Orange Flower Awards seek self-nomination. High achieving women often suffer from self-doubt, and this is a good way to remind us that we are good enough.
A few days ago, I saw an Instagram post announcing the Orange Flower Awards which recognise the power of women’s voices. I read about it with curiosity, but didn’t give it a second thought.
I received an e mail from Women’s Web seeking self-nominations for the Orange Flower Awards, and I ignored it. Yes, I write occasionally, but I didn’t think my work was good enough for me to nominate myself in any of the categories.
A past winner especially tagged me and asked me to look at nominating myself, and I told her that I was not ready yet. “That is up to you”, she said, “but I think you should nominate yourself.”
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