Money and conscience are often at odds--but now with this practical, easy-to-follow guide you can create a balance between strong financial health and a rich, meaningful life.
Why is it so difficult to stop seeing the world in terms of money--who has it, who doesn't, what things cost? How much is enough? After several years as a stockbroker on Wall Street, Marshall Glickman left the fiscal stress behind and moved to the serenity of Vermont. There he re-evaluated his relationship with money. Now, in The Mindful Money Guide, Glickman shares his unique, practical approach to reconciling your money with your ideals. Along with sound advice on how to save for college, finance a car, and invest in the stock market, this holistic strategy will help you to
- Learn the crucial difference between what you want and what you need
- Remove the anxiety--and dread--from money management
- Develop benign and effective financial tactics for every stage of your life
- Reconcile your social and environmental concerns with your cash flow
- Spend your money while making the world a better place
- Change the socially irresponsible policies of corporations whose stock you own
- Integrate your holistic principles into decisions about insurance, real estate, educating your children, retirement, wills, and much more!
A reassuring, practical resource, The Mindful Money Guide offers you a transforming opportunity--to develop a wise financial plan while maintaining your principles.
About Marshall Glickman
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Published May 18, 1999
Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference.