FOR YOU TO READ
FOR YOU TO READ
INTRODUCING LIFE AND FINANCIAL PLANNING
A selection of articles, posts and recommendations for you to start exploring your relationship with life and money
A MANIFESTO FOR LIFE AND MONEY
A selection of posts dealing with our relationship to money, and our philosophy and principles around money.
This post is devoted to books written about your relationship to money and the psychology of personal finance, books about transformation not transactions.
The Living Money manifesto is a blueprint for leading an authentic, fulfilled life free from the slavery of money.
Jeremy Deedes expands on an earlier Manifesto article and talks about scarcity which, by definition, is the other side of the desire for wealth and status coin.
Living Money founder Jeremy Deedes looks at why Brené Brown’s work on shame, vulnerability and courage is so important for a good relationship with our money.
Does our desire for wealth and status, which extends into a yearning for more time, space, love, looks and much more, actually leads to less contented lives?
Consider the importance of defining your personal values and their importance in establishing trust in our dealings with money.
Its important to maximise our physical, personal and financial resources, to make them work for us, if we are going to achieve your goals. This audio focuses on financial resources.
In this audio, Living Money founder and financial life coach Jeremy Deedes talks about how we can deeply transform our lives by overcoming obstacles, and in particular by the way we talk about them.
The emotional pain we feel around money can be transformative in its power, leading to both a fulfilled life and personal growth. Treat money as a powerful spiritual teacher.
A PROCESS FOR LIFE AND MONEY
FUTURE (Foundation, Utopia, Transformation, Utilisation of resources, Roadmap, Engagement) is our unique blueprint for mastering your life and money. Discover more in the posts below
Financial organisation balances passion and prudence, impulse and forethought, living in the moment and being responsible for long term security.
Knowing where we stand today is an important first step in moving forward in your life. Try this simple exercise, adapted from the familiar wheel of life, to help you begin.
This important article by Tim Maurer addresses the pitfalls of conventional financial planning, which is all about ‘what’ and ‘how’, when we should be concentrating on the ‘why’.
‘When we are self-aware, we’re happier, we make better decisions at work and at home, we raise more mature children, the list goes on.’ Tasha Eurich
Use this format-free TextEdit document as the starting point to create your own life manifesto.
Moving Questions will help you make progress with a problem or challenge whilst demonstrating the power of the coach’s most useful tool – insightful questions.
Read this series of four posts on the Living Money website. They examine the importance of travel for life changing personal development. It follows we should reserve significant resources for travel in our financial plans. Take a journey to discover your essential...
Whilst not strictly about personal finance, Oversubscribed is an important book for anyone struggling with (or even not struggling) with the business quadrant of ‘Time, Life, Money and Business”.
Returning home from a break is often a challenge. If it is, then that is because we are returning to ‘the person we are in ordinary life and withdrawing from the person we essentially are’. However, it does not have to be like that. Both the process of preparing to...
Finding our true self by travelling to new worlds should be the bottom line of our life and financial plans. Transformative travel will bring about greater personal integrity and leave us feeling more comfortable in our own skins. Alain de Botton writes in his book...
‘I am due at the airport in three hours time and I still haven’t packed yet!’ Its called a deadline and, along with a little bit of self-organisation, it can do wonders to your life. I’ve heard it said that deadlines are unprofessional, an artificial and inconsistent...
I went ski-ing in March. So what, you might say, so did I. So did a lot of people for that matter (although being in term-time the slopes in Les Trois Vallees were relatively uncrowded, thankfully). Well, the point is that a journey (or holiday or travel for any...
Living Money founder Jeremy Deedes consider that investor risk and our behaviour are as important as the investments themselves and that the regulatory approach to risk is fundamentally flawed..
Jeremy Deedes talks to financial coach Julie Feuerborn about the importance of understanding our financial personalities and their impact on our money and our lives.
Patience is probably not a buzzword for the modern world. Nor would one normally associate it with money. However, we have already seen how patience, in conjunction with compounding, brings significant rewards. In the world of financial life planning, patience goes...
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