GreenMoney - September 2019 Issue

 

Featured Articles

A Dream Deferred

A Dream Deferred

Amberjae Freeman
COO, Etho Capital
“Look at my choices Mija, and be sure to make better ones.” This is what my mother used to say to me when I was young. I was a happy and precocious child and my mother took great care of me. She made our home a place of love, laughter, learning, and music. Then our lives took a financial turn for the worse.
From Monk to Money Manager

From Monk to Money Manager

Doug Lynam
author & financial professional
I’ve always hated talking about money. Growing up in a rich family, I learned through the ­behavior of those around me that money and materialism were evil. Instead of being used in love and service, money was weaponized and became a tool to manipulate and control behavior.
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From Brooklyn to Asia with Love

Danielle Burns
Business Development, CNote
Growing up as a little girl in Brooklyn, I had no idea that we were low to middle income. Our community was rich and full. We loved and respected each other, our neighbors and our friends. We never talked about money but somehow we managed to “manage.” Then at age 11, I experienced what not having money meant.
John Christianson Wealth Creators Playbook-GreenMoney

How Money Shapes the Story of Your Life

John Christianson
author & CEO of Highland
My money story began in a middle-class neighborhood in the suburbs of Seattle. My father was a teacher and worked evenings selling financial products to bring in additional income. My mom stayed home and raised three children. My parents modeled frugality in their money choices: reusing and getting the maximum life out of everything from clothes to tools.
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How do you get ahead in America?

John S. Adams
CFP, UBS Financial Services
“What creates financial success?” “How do you move from zero savings to financial security?” Those were my burning questions for many years. Now, things have improved personally. We have a city home and a country cabin. The desire to own a home and to have financial security springs from being homeless for a while in my teens.
 

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Money, Money, Money – It’s What We Want?

One of GreenMoney’s main goals since 1992 has been to bring our readers more clarity about their relationship with money as it informs so much of how we approach our daily lives on a variety of levels. Assessing our relationship with money requires honest self-examination. Here are my latest thoughts on the topic.

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Praxis Mutual Funds Celebrates 25 years of Impact

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Frank Coleman of CBIS wins ICCR’s Legacy Award

Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility’s annual award was created to honor those whose work has provided a strong moral foundation and an enduring record of demonstrated influence on corporate policies.
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