Make Your Money
Work Harder for You
Than You Could Ever
Do For Yourself
Dionyos Sylvester is a former inner city teacher from the Chicago Public School System. An engaging, knowledgeable and impactful speaker when it comes to teaching finances to students. With his dynamic personality and innovative approach, each speaking engagement is individually tailored to his specific audience.
More About Dionyos
He is a professional speaker who speaks to high school and college students from audiences big and small. It was always his dream to make a positive impact in the lives of students, and he is extremely proud to make a living by inspiring, motivating and teaching his "S3 Money Multiplier Program" to students from every inner city across the nation.
With a strategic approach combined with an outside-the-box perspective, Dionyos helps students break the curse of generational poverty despite financial barriers and challenges that plague their family and/or their community, overcome doubts that there is more to life then what they have seen and heard and how they can dictate the direction of their future just by understanding the multi facets of money through the "S3 Money Multiplier Program."
How Can I Help You Succeed?
A talented and skilled financial literacy speaker for students who knows how to get students inspired about sharing, stacking and stashing their money like the wealthy, with a focus on facing challenges while identifying opportunities, your students will be fully engaged throughout.
A program designed to dive into the subconscious minds of your students and to help create paradigm shifts that will catapult them out of the generational poverty state of being. Packed with practical tips and useful skills, students gain a positive mindset and a desire to put their knowledge to action.
Let Dionyos Sylvester help you deliver great content that will have students ready to take action. He will generate a lasting impactful buzz with a talk that will be completely customized for you and your students that will stay with them long after he has left the building.
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