Can Money Increase Happiness? An Event on Demystifying Money
Boulder, CO • April 12, 2017
Everyone has a relationship with money. That can sound intimidating, but doesn't have to be. Join us with our speakers on de-mystifying money, and learn to cultivate your own happiness around wealth.
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM MDTSkirt Sports
2795 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302
Everyone has a relationship with money. Whether you love it, hate it, want more of it, flaunt it, or hide that you have it …. we are all doing some kind of dance with it. And, for the vast majority of us, our relationship with money causes more pain than happiness. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Most people think about money as being something that requires action — you save it, spend it, earn it, invest it. That’s true, but that’s only one part of the equation. People who are masterful with money — they joyfully attract it, easily grow it, and find happiness with it — know that money is actually a two-part equation:
The Inside Job – The mindsets and beliefs we have about ourselves and about the world.
The Outside Job - The actions we choose to take (or not take) and how well they align with the beliefs we have about ourselves and the world.
In this presentation, you will learn:
- Why, each year, most people will only earn within 10% of what they earned the previous year… and what you can do to break that cycle.
- The top money leaks for most people… and how to easily stop their drain on what you earn and what you keep.
- A better understanding of not just how much money you need, but what do you need it for?
- Reflect on whether or not money buys happiness or makes our lives better
- A deeper look at 5 Principles of Happier Spending from the book Happy Money.
Ticket price includes beverages and appetizers. We hope to see you there!
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