A New Way of Engaging With Money

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As the pandemic chaos continues to play out, our attention inevitably turns to money, the economy and the future and we wonder what on earth is going on? And what will the consequences be, really?

I can’t answer those questions with any certainty, but there’s one thing I know for sure. Whatever happens in the coming months, or even years, we’re in the middle of a huge financial reset. 

We needed it and we got it, in the strangest of ways.

And so it seems important to me to come back, time and time again, to the fundamentals of money. What is it? How does it work? How can I relate with it? How can I make it work well in my life? How could it work well for all of us?

My guide to these questions is my own book, Love Money, Money Loves You. I see it as a playbook for the new economy. It offers a way for you to engage with money that works, feels good and supports you to do what you love.

It’s suitable for you whether you’re wealthy or broke, love money or hate it, and embrace business or are afraid of it. And it always has something new to offer, even if you’ve read it many times before.

But this time, I have something really special to introduce to you. 

Announcing the first-ever Love Money, Money Loves You Virtual Book Club.

This is a 4-week event based around reading the book. It’s a mobile app with a month of daily readings, exercises, reflections, activations and other short activities to help you deepen your relationship with money.

I can promise you that if you spend 15 minutes a day for a month paying attention to money in this way, the consequences will be entirely beneficial. 

I’m recommending it as widely as possible because it’s such a simple way to shift your relationship with money. I’ve seen the results for myself and so many others over the last 8 years – additional income, reduced stress, inner peace, confidence about the future, new business relationships, surprising windfalls, magical manifestations and lots of great stories. 

This could hardly be better timed. If you want to prepare for your next financial chapter and be ready for whatever the economy is going to throw at us, please join the Love Money, Money Loves You Virtual Book Club.

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