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Te Kohao - Introduction Video

STEP ONE...Get ready to download!

Kia ora!

It has been a pleasure working with you all through out the Homeownership Empowerment wānanga.

All of the products below are part of your ongoing education materials. They will download to your device (phone or computer) and you can watch or listen to them. The videos or audio will automatically be discounted for Te Kohao members to FREE, $0, no payment required! Once you get to checkout and complete the process the videos will download to your device (computer, ipad, or phone). Plus the file will be emailed to you too (check your spam folders).

The discount will work for 20 people until the end of March 2023.

You can either 'buy' one at a time or also 'buy' all of them below and download them at once. It's up to you.

Don't worry e hoa, I have also programmed regular emails to remind you to come back to this page to download your next videos and to remind you to watch them.

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Did you know that you ARE good with money...

If you research Neuroeconomics (how economic decision making happens in the brain), you'll learn that it is very difficult to make good economic decisions at the same time as being chronically stressed. In everyday talk, the brain shuts down parts of itself if it senses that we are in danger aka stressed, trauma, "taniwha".

When we worked on identifying our 'taniwha', also known as reoccurring stresses and problems, we are taking the first step toward financial and homeownership empowerment. 

You ARE naturally good at finances, saving and money e hoa mā! It's just that thinking about your finances is physically very difficult for you while you are stressed. 

I hope that this helps in understanding the importance of our time where we named our taniwha. Let's make a commitment to tame him :)

Now you can download your Digital Resources

Now, here is the skills and tools for you to also take steps toward your first home.

Whiria Te Kaha e hoa mā!