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Entries tagged with “Financial Advice”

3 Practices for Calm Investing

Help for people who don’t like to think about money

5 Ways to Streamline Your Finances

Money mess runneth over? Here’s how to get a grip.

7 Chakra Healings to Reduce Financial Stress

Has the pandemic triggered money worries? Track the issue to its corresponding chakra to clear your financial challenges and take simple, prescribed steps toward prosperity.

A Conversation about Busy Lives

A client says to me, “My husband and I argue about money constantly. It has gotten to where, when he comes in the room, I just freeze up and think, What is he going to say today? I…

Are People with More Money Less Generous?

Why does it sometimes seem that people with the most money can be the least generous and most fearful about losing money?Paul Sutherland: I think our reptilian brains are wired to …

Celebrating the Gifting Economy

It’s the time of year when I think about the healing and transformational act of giving. That’s because it’s time once again for Burning Man, the annual temporary community of some…

Creating Entrepreneurs of Learning

Sometimes what helps kids most is a goal and a paycheck.

Gift of Crisis

The Gift of Crisis: How I Used Meditation to Go From Financial Failure to a Life of Purpose is the story of Bridgitte Jackson's journey from shame and fear towards a life she loves.

Heart of Money: Bitcoin and FOMO

Columnist Paul Sutherland shares his perspective on cryptocurrencies.

How Conscious Is Your Money?

For those on the spiritual path, we pride ourselves on being mindful in a myriad of ways. We eat organic food, follow plant-based diets and strive to live in environmental harmony …

Is $150 a Month for Yoga a Wise Investment?

Since my early teens I have searched to find the truth about success, and I have been advising people on their finances and managing global investment portfolios for over 25 years.…

Love Can Be the Bottom Line

It’s finally happening, have you heard the whispers? We are seeing the glimmers of the remaking of the way we do business, a way that just might ensure a just and livable future. Q…

Managing Self-Worth in a Tough Market

In the current economic climate, with millions of people losing their homes and jobs, many of us are experiencing a -plummeting sense of self-worth. And while a diminished sense of…

Mindful Money Management

“There are plenty of good tips out there for how to manage our money, but if we’re not taking into account the emotional side of it, we’ll never be able to truly make change.”

More Than Money Can Buy

People are asking themselves, How much is enough? They are choosing to live on reduced incomes, realigning their values to meet smaller budgets, and finding that less really can be more.

One Catch-All New Year’s Resolution

Improve your health, save your retirement, save the world!

Our Choices Define Us

ll we need to do is turn on the TV or radio, glance at a billboard, or even check our email to feel that we are inadequate without this or that product. So it is easy to understand…

Podcast: Ken Honda

Rabbi Rami speaks with Ken Honda, Japan’s No. 1 best-selling personal development expert. His newest book, Happy Money: The Japanese Art of Making Peace with Your Money, shares how gratitude opens up bounty.

Put Your Money Where Your Values Are

I’m on the board of a local nonprofit organization, where I oversee our endowment. Some of our money is invested in stocks that I find ethically dubious. It pains me that, in the s…

Six Steps to Financial Flow

Help for when everything falls apart.

The Heart of Money: "Do Microloans Really Help?"

I’ve been hearing a lot about microlending lately. I don’t have a lot of money to give, so this seems like a powerful way to make a difference. But do these services really work? A…

The Heart of Money: “Can I Become a Vegan Investor?”

I’m very concerned about animal cruelty in our society. From the dinner table to the clothing industry to cosmetics and pharmaceutical testing—it’s everywhere. I’d like to pu…

The Heart of Money: A Question of Being “Blessed”

Q: My old friend from college tells me he is “blessed” because he made a fortune. I’ll admit to being a bit envious, but the big problem isn’t his money: It’s that he really believ…

The Heart of Money: Are We to Blame?

My partner heads up a research hospital, and I’m a neurosurgeon. We both came from well-to-do families and graduated from Ivy League schools. We realize that we’ve received huge ad…

The Heart of Money: Help! I Don't Know What to Think About Taxes!

Question: I don’t know what to think about taxes. Our country seems in serious debt. The rich are getting much richer while more of us face what we now call “food insecurity.” I’m …

The Heart of Money: How Do I Fund My Big Dream?

I’m thinking about raising $50,000 for a movie. It’s a huge life dream for me, and I never thought it was even possible. Maybe it really isn’t, but with crowdfunding sites like Kic…

The Heart of Money: I don’t want to own “America” right now

Reader question: I don’t want to own “America” right now. I don’t want to profit from killing people, destroying jobs in other countries, and ruining lives through a system that pl…

The Heart of Money: Is Going Back to School the Best Way to Invest in Myself?

Q: I’m thinking about going back to school. Biz school, law school, grad school? I’m not sure which. All I know is that I can’t spend the next 20 years doing what I’m doing, and I …

The Heart of Money: Is Solar a Good Investment?

[Paul pictured with his oldest son, who heads to university this fall.]

The Heart of Money: Pay for Preschool or Save for College?

Teachers offer their input in the question between saving for early education or college.

The Heart of Money: Shall I Take a Pilgrimage?

I feel like I’m on the brink of a spiritual awakening. I’m far from rich, but I’ve decided that I really need to quit my job and go on a pilgrimage to follow this path. Is this cra…

The Heart of Money: The Practice of Making Good Decisions

You have spent your career successfully managing stock portfolios worth hundreds of millions of dollars during periods of extreme market highs and terrible crashes. During this mul…

The Heart of Money: Wealth Drain for Single Women - What to Do?

A recent report from Asset Funder Network found that single women ages 45 to 65 lost 36 percent of their wealth between 1995 and 2016, with a 28 percent drop for single white women…

The Heart of Money: When Should I Retire?

Question: I retired at age 55 and hated it, so I went to work as a barista—and love it. I am 73 now, and getting pressure from my kids, ex-wife, and a few friends to retire. …

The Heart of Money: Wrestling with a Question of Inheritance

Let your values influence how your spend your money

The Yoga of Money

Yoga teachers are afraid of money.Well, not all of them. Some of them love money, revel in it, take baths in it (perhaps). But many of us abhor the green stuff, and wish it would s…

Time and Money

My husband works all the time, and I’m a stay-at-home mother. He says he is working to maintain our lifestyle and future retirement, and I say that our children’s lives are passing…

Zenvesting: Kissing the Ugly

Since my early teens I have searched to find the truth about success, and I have been advising people on their finances and managing global investment portfolios for over 25 years.…

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