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Month: February 2022

Middle-Class Millionaires Are Far From Billionaires

Suppose you have a net worth of one thousand dollars, while your friend has one million dollars. Would you consider yourselves to be in the same financial category? Almost certainly not. The comparison is absurd. Your friend’s one million is a thousand times...
The Holacracy Constitution

The Holacracy Constitution

The Holacracy Constitution Theory, Successful Practice, and the Difficult Bits in Between By: Christopher Ruz | Feb 21, 2022 Contributors: Jen Palmer, Rick Kahler, Rosien van Toor, Yoad RownerEditors: Evan Leybourn, N.T. Fawal Brian Robertson was enjoying his first...

Workaholism Is About Emotional Pain, Not Money

Are you a workaholic, or are you someone who works hard at what you love to do? Does the distinction really matter? As a recovering workaholic who loves what I do, I have to say that it does. Even though workaholism is generally considered a mark of success and...

“So Daddy Pays You?” Divorce, Money, and Emotions

Kirsten was divorced and had primary custody of her eight-year-old son, Jack, who spent every other weekend with his father. One Friday evening when her ex-husband came to pick up their son, he handed Kirsten a piece of paper and said, “Here is your...

Ten Things A Financial Therapist Wants You To Know

Bari Tessler was practicing financial therapy before most of the rest of us had ever heard the term. A psychotherapist, Bari decided to go into the bookkeeping business, quickly saw the union of psychology and money, and in 2001 began calling her work financial...