According to a recent study conducted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, money management problems are now the #1 reason for college dropout! Don’t lose students to financial problems. Let Peter help today!
Think high school students don’t care about personal finance? Think again. Peter has spoken at high schools all over the world inspiring students to take charge of their financial lives.
Over 500 colleges, universities and high schools have hired Peter to speak to their students for one simple reason: he makes finance fun. Peter doesn’t just push a pile of information across a table. He presents financial information in a way that makes people of all ages and backgrounds want to take immediate action. Want to know how he does it? In this “spill the beans trainer the trainer session,” Peter let’s out all of his secrets on he inspires audiences of all ages and backgrounds to take immediate action on their financial lives!
Would your company or association benefit from more productive employees or members? Money troubles are the #1 reason for divorce in the United States. They also contribute to higher employee turnover, lower productivity and even higher employee theft! Let Peter help the people in your organization get on firm financial ground, and see the looks of stress and worry disappear!
In a 2016 USAA/Blue Star Families survey, 63% of military respondents were experiencing stress due to their current financial situations and 37% of respondents felt insecure about their financial futures.
A 2019 Military Financial Readiness Survey sponsored by Wells Fargo and NFCC revealed that “servicemembers and spouses/partners are more likely than the general US population to be behind on bill payments."
For the past twelve years, Peter has worked with all branches of the armed forces, and has delivered financial presentations to servicemembers in Bahrain, Italy, Greece, Spain, Korea, Japan, Hawaii and many states. Peter’s presentations are a big success on military bases because he understands the unique challenges that servicemembers face and he has the ability to make finance fun.
"As a senior at Souhegan High School, I was able to attend your lecture about personal finance a little over a month ago. I was very impressed with your presentation and found that I, like many of my peers, enjoyed it very much. I think that the presentation was such a success because you were able to break down the concepts of personal finance into simple, practical steps. Throughout the lecture you concisely told us what we ought to do and why we should do that. I found this sort of break-down very helpful in understanding the concepts."
- Shaun G., Souhegan High School;
"I'm not gonna lie, I went to your presentation because we had to attend it for my personal finance class so we could write a paper on it but I am thrilled that I ended up going.
The AHA moment of your presentation for me was when you were talking about credit reports. I knew of credit reports and credit scores but I had no idea that there were easy ways to look them up and there were common mistakes in them. When I heard that I was happy to know that I was able to control something like that on my own because more often than not those types of things can be hard to control."
- Chris G., Southern NH University;
"The energy and style with which you present is definitely appealing to a college audience! Your presentation was surely an eye-opening one. My "aha moment" was the entire presentation. Due to the fact that my father is also a financial advisor, I've always had him deal with the investing side of my finances, and thus far it has served me well. However, your presentation last night made me "wake up and smell the coffee" so to speak. I now realize the importance of managing my own finances and maybe reading my statements and reports a little closer. After all, it is my money and ultimately my life."
- KellyMarie D., Wesley College;