The importance of money flows from it being a link between the present and the future. — John Maynard Keynes, British economist (1883-1946)
We all encounter the extraordinary in the ordinary. It happens all the time. But caught up in the demands of our daily lives, we too often fail to take the time to see the extraordinary, to envision it in a story, or to open ourselves to the possibility of mystery. — Nancy Lamb in The Art and Craft of Storytelling
Prior to the next workshop, take time to reflect on your personal financial history and identity. Prepare a financial autobiography in written form with emphasis on its spiritual dimensions, and prepare to share excerpts from your autobiography aloud in the next workshop.
While the structure of the autobiography, how you tell your story, is up to you, you are invited to consider:
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Last updated on Friday, November 22, 2013.
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