What’s your priority: money, purpose, or the planet?- Webinar

| October 21, 2018 | Leave a Comment

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The MAHB would like to tell you about an event that Vicki RobinGrant Sabatier, and Asher Miller are organizing that you might be interested in. On October 24 they’re all getting together in person and online to talk about three really big topics: money, purpose, and the planet. Specifically they’ll talk about the realities of personal financial freedom, finding and pursing your life’s purpose, and how all of this impacts the fate of the planet in a time when the climate crisis is very real.

With enormous topics like that on the table, we’re sure they’ll touch on a lot of interesting ideas during the conversation, but regardless of which direction the conversation goes, they plan to explore:

  • Practical strategies for establishing a healthier relationship with money
  • How to pursue a life of meaning and purpose while still achieving financial stability
  • What does the world need from us right now?
  • What is our role in addressing the environmental, energy, and economic challenges society faces today?

You’re invited to bring your own stories, questions, and insights.

 

October 24, 2018

10:15 AM PST / 1:15 PM EST

Tickets: http://bit.ly/money-life-purpose

 

All proceeds from the event will benefit Resilience, a project of Post Carbon Institute, a nonprofit organization leading the transition to a more sustainable, resilient, and equitable world.

 

Be one of the first 100 people to sign up and they’ll give you free access to their popular online course, Think Resilience: Preparing Our Communities for the Rest of the 21st Century.

 

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