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NEW: Mastermind Series Coming in April

How does a financial education company offer something more, something unique, something captivating? It’s called the Rena-Fi Mastermind Series and is a benefit solely reserved for our subscribers.

If you search the term ‘mastermind,’ you’ll come up with definitions such as a person with an outstanding intellect, or a brilliant thinker with original ideas, or a peer-to-peer mentoring concept used to help members solve their problems with input and advice from the other group members.

As it relates to us, here’s our official definition: Mastermind Series is where Rena-Fi brings in educators, coaches and professionals who are highly respected in their fields. These individuals offer unique and educated perspectives in which they will present on a relevant subject. Each month the subject will change.

Speakers will present via video conferencing with a question and answer segment which is open to attendees. There will also be the occasional panel discussions through video conferencing on the monthly subject with educators and professionals in addition to the weekly webinars in the Mastermind Series.

The Mastermind Series is scheduled to  be live every Sunday starting at 5pm EST. Complete replays of these webinars will be available within one month of their live airing, but we encourage live attendance as to give you the opportunity to interact with our guests.

If you’re interested in attending, keep an eye on our events calendar for the upcoming Mastermind Series which will focus on Financial Literacy in April.

We hope to see you there!

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