Get the personal finance tools that enable you to use the complicated credit, debt, cash flow management, saving, investing, and real estate systems to grow your wealth.
Learn to Manage Your Money
Master the Financial Tools that Many of Us Were Never Taught
Your ability to use modern financial tools and systems is a crucial ingredient for a successful and happy life. Credit scores, credit cards, student loans, mortgages, tax-deferred investment accounts, and financial instruments like index funds, mutual funds, ETFs, stocks, and bonds are fundamental to existence in our modern world. The topics in this course are relevant to people in all developed economies.
Ignorance is an expensive choice and there are plenty of organizations who would be happy to keep taking advantage of people who can’t navigate these systems. In this financial empowerment series you won’t get bombarded with boring math formulas. You’ll have fun. Let’s take on the system together.
Four Core Skills as the Heartbeat of Your Financial Future
Perfect for smart people who are starting to work, save, and build wealth, through this financial empowerment course you’ll learn how to use credit and debts, how to manage your cash flow, how to save and start investing, how to buy real estate in your name, and more.
Starting with a section on building, managing, and using your personal credit and managing debts, you’ll learn how to use master some of the financial systems that we interact with on a daily basis. By understanding the different levers in credit, interest rates, and debt many people will be able to instantly apply their learnings to save thousands of dollars or more... quickly.
After mastering credits and debts, the series will take you into the Eazl Cash Flow Dojo where you’ll learn more about income and expense management. You’ll have an opportunity to put your learning into practice immediately by developing a snapshot of your personal cash flow.
Once you’ve mastered the use of credit, loans, and cash flow you’ll work on developing an investor’s mindset. You’ll learn how to use tools like ETFs, index funds, and tax-deferred accounts as tools for growing your wealth. The series will address core investing principles like the risk/reward relationship, asset diversification, and speculation vs. investing.
You’ll learn how to acquire real estate and use mortgage loans in the final section of the series. Complete with Eazl’s proprietary Home Buying Cheat Sheet, you’ll learn how to build your real estate acquisition team, how to negotiate with sellers of properties, how to get a good deal on a mortgage, and how to lower the transaction costs associated with real estate acquisition.
Those who complete the course will receive a verifiable certificate and everyone who participates will have access to a suite of support resources from the team at Eazl.
Davis Jones is the co-founder of Eazl, the venture-backed professional development community headquartered in San Francisco. Prior to launching the Eazl community, Mr. Jones placed talent at firms in Silicon Valley, the city of San Francisco, and the North Bay as a headhunter for Robert Half, the international talent consulting firm with ~$5.4 billion in annual revenues. While working in talent acquisition, his clients included Western Digital, Lending Club, Hitachi, and the Kendall-Jackson family of companies and small and medium-sized organizations like hedge funds, non-profits, and biotechnology companies. Before joining Robert Half, Mr. Jones was a team lead and content marketer for the CCA Group, a financial technology consultancy specializing in institutional crowdfund investing.
Eazl's production team is honored to have won multiple production and innovation awards for excellence in producing video-based learning experiences, including Udemy's Innovation Award and Skillshare's Top 5% honor. Today, Eazl is a community of more than 80,000 ambitious professionals around the world. In 2014, Mr. Jones was named one of the North Bay Business Journal's People of the Year for his international economic develop work.
Mr. Jones earned an MBA with a focus in global finance from EDHEC Business School in France, ranked one of the top 50 MBA programs in the world by The Economist, and a bachelor's degree in international economics with a focus on international development (with highest honors) from Sonoma State University in California.