Second goal The second goal is to conduct financial workshops throughout

Second goal the second goal is to conduct financial

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Second goal The second goal is to conduct financial workshops throughout underserved communities. Financial literacy workshops can benefit both youths and adults in my community. According to Sweet and Swanson (2016), two-thirds of Americans would have difficulty coming up with the money to cover a $1,000 emergency. It is important to be financially literate to have a secure future because financial literacy is necessary to make sound financial decisions. My motivation for wanting to hold financial workshops is to make financial education and awareness accessible for underserved communities. As a millennial, I plan to contribute to social change and help this generation achieve their economic aspirations through those financial workshops. To accomplish this goal, I will first begin recording financial tutorials on YouTube and I will ask my colleagues and friends to share those videos on their social media feeds. Once I have gained enough exposure, I will attempt to partner 2
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with school districts and community centers to conduct financial literacy workshops as an after- school program at no cost. Third goal My third goal is to publish or contribute to a publication of an article in a business or finance scholarly journal. For every scholar, the goal is to submit a publication for a peer reviewed journal. That achievement does not only serve justice to the amount of extensive research throughout the doctoral journey, it also has a sense of validation associated with completing a doctorate. My motivation for wanting to achieve this goal is to simply contribute to the scholarly world of business and finance. Although I prefer to submit my publication for a non peer reviewed journal like the Wall Street Journal or Bloomberg, I will use the opportunity to write a unique hypothesis and a present a valuable idea to the world of business. Self-Analysis In week one, I conducted a swot analysis to determine my internal strengths and weaknesses as well as external opportunities and threats. Strengths Based on my growth and learning in this course, prioritizing has now become my biggest strength. I also possess an internal drive and motivation to perform tasks without external distractions (Jo, Kim, and Yoon, 2015). When working to meet a deadline, I often work in a cushion. It's wise to build in a cushion for your deadline to have adequate time set aside. I like to break a project down into smaller pieces to get a clear idea of how long a project will take. I also take my goals very seriously, thus remaining committed to achieving them under any circumstance . 3
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Weaknesses In week one, my main weakness was my lack of leadership skills and have remained throughout the course. While I am extremely confident in my education and skills, I usually don’t feel confident with taking the lead when presented with a task and usually avoid public speaking unless it is absolutely necessary. Another internal weakness is that I have a strong, compulsive
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