Welcome to the March issue entitled “Our Money Stories: Truth Be Told,” which offers us a chance to reflect on our lifelong relationship with money. Our experiences with it have led us to create narratives around it — some good, some bad and some more and some less truthful. We invite you to consider your own stories about money. Anything you want to change going forward?
Many of you will recognize our lead writer Frank Coleman, the SRI industry icon who shares his humble beginnings. Also you’ll find Maggie Kulyk of Chicory Wealth; Robert Rubinstein of TBLI Group based in Europe; and Rachel McDonough of Make Your Money Count on aligning Faith and money. This month’s video features Sara Vetter of the Soul of Money Institute on how our money is a mirror of who we are.
I’ll close with a recommendation: The CERES Conference on March 22-25. Join hundreds of institutional investors, corporate executives, policymakers and regulators discussing achievable actions we must take today to transform tomorrow.
– Cliff Feigenbaum, founder/publisher
A Message from Sara Vetter, business development director at the Soul of Money Institute – “Money is a mirror. It can show us the places within ourselves where we still play small, don’t perceive our own value and don’t consider ourselves worthy or enough. Our relationship to money can also teach us where we still withhold from ourselves or others, or where we hold on to feelings of scarcity, or fear. Our relationship to money is an invitation to see ourselves honestly, with self-love and compassion.”
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