Financial Health Clinic (FHC)


Topics Covered

  • You and money – The realities of your relationship with money
  • Cashflow quadrant – How you can get money
  • Your expenditure – Where money goes
  • The cashflow game – How the rich do it
  • Tried and tested Rules to Financial Freedom
  • Personal Financial Planning


By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Calculate their financial vital statistics
  • Prioritize managing their money
  • Be in control of their spending
  • Understand how to borrow intelligently
  • Set up a savings plan that is easy to stick to
  • Understand the relationship between risk and return
  • Make wise investment decisions

Combatting Social Pressure (CSP)


  • Most Individuals feel the need to conform to the group of peers with whom they socialize with or associate with at work. This pressure can influence how they dress, spend money, and the types of behaviour they engage in, including risky behavioursthat would extend to their attitude in the workplace.
  • Combating social pressure is overcoming the need to conform by regaining a measure of control over your own life’s choices.
  • This course applies to anyone irrespective of theirsource or regularity of income, how much or how little they earn, and their level of exposure in life.
  • The aim of this course isto provide the necessary information that demonstrates how economic realities, social pressures, unconscious mindsets, and one’s financial habits affect personal growth and sustainable achievement.


Topics Covered - Social Pressure

  • Overview of pressure and social influence
  • Ways to overcome social pressure - individual, relationships , systems
  • You and Money - the realities of your relationship with money
  • The Vicious Cycle of Poverty - How the poor and the rich alike do it

Topics Covered - Business Culture

  • The 21st Century Workplace - Miniature Earth
  • Emotional Intelligence - what works and what doesn't
  • Work Relationship Dimensions - Different work ethics, respect, communication styles
  • Psychological Contract between employer and employee - mutual expectations
  • Personal Financial Planning


By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to combat social pressure
  • Control their spending and prioritize managing money
  • Be assertive and able to hold difficult conversations
  • Identify their personal goals and have a plan to achieve them
  • Use critical thinking and confidently make smart decisions in the face of peer pressure
  • Manage their time better at home and at work
  • Utilise systematic and ethical ways for greater financial independence & security
  • Understand how to improve one’s professional image and increase credibility via relationship management

Separating Business Finances from Personal Finances


Course objectives

  • Help entrepreneurs gain an in-depth understanding of the separate entity concept and why they should pay attention to it.
  • Provide entrepreneurs with better understanding of their key business numbers.
  • Introduce entrepreneurs to the risk versus gain concept of financial management and investing.
  • Help entrepreneurs learn how to maximize profits in the short term and grow capital value in the long term.
  • Guide entrepreneurs on keeping their personal financial objectives in mind and managing their finances accordingly.


Topics covered

  • The Separate Entity Concept
  • Fund Management in Business
  • Maximizing Profits in the Short-term
  • Growing Capital Value in the Long-term
  • Business Financial Management for MSMEs
  • Budgeting for sole proprietors
  • Personal Financial Management
  • Controlling expenditure
  • Building wealth

Financial Literacy, Personal Financial Management, Combatting Social Pressure, Separating Business and Personal Finances, Financial Intelligence Training