Video Education

People learn best in different ways.

Some learn visually. Some learn by reading. Some learn best from lecture-style presentations. The good news is that all three are available when learning through this 10-module financial literacy course.

In-Person Lectures

The video education provided in this course comes from LIVE presentations I did personally to support a faith-based planning initiative (educating those in churches so they will become more financially sound and be in a better position to give to their church (synagogue, masque, etc.)).

The videos are not what I would describe as “professionally” done. That was done on purpose because I did NOT want them to seem overly polished. I wanted them to make people viewing them feel like they were there instead of watching a pre-recorded lecture.

The videos are much different than the voiced-over PowerPoint presentations which stick pretty close to the script. In the LIVE presentations, I speak off the cuff quite a bit and tell stories that are not in the course material or on the voiced-over PowerPoints.

My guess is that some people will like the LIVE presentations and some will prefer the voiced-over PowerPoints. It’s your choice. The goal is simply to educate using different platforms in hopes that one or the other will do the trick to teach viewers the course material.

Roccy DeFrancesco, JD, CAPP, CMP
Founder, The Wealth Preservation Institute
Co-Founder, The Asset Protection Society