What shapes the future of money

04.12.2017 | The Future Of Money

It looks like whenever we think about the future of money we must also, or perhaps even first of all, think about something other than money. Power, creativity, innovation, intention, greed, generosity, justice, social relationship and control – this is what comes to mind when we evoke the concept of money. The powerful aspect of […] Read more

Every little thing you do matters!

29.09.2017 | Meetup

In the everyday practice of personal finance management, there is an urgent need to both teach technical skills and raise awareness of the ethical dimension of financial decisions. No one can remain neutral. There is always an intention behind everything we do. The concept of neutrality does not fit what we know of the nature […] Read more

Net worth and her mysteries

John is worth £1 000 000 and Mary is worth just £800 000. So, John is in a much better situation as he has £200 000 more than Mary. However, everybody knows from CIA action movies that ‘things aren’t always as they seem’… A financial advisor will always use same magic formula, saying: “Your first […] Read more

What is financial coaching?

15.09.2017 | Financial Coaching

Recently, coaching has become a very popular method for helping people deal with their issues by applying very individual approach. However, there is a lot of misunderstanding and confusion about the different approaches towards learning and development. Coaching, mentoring, counselling and teaching are all focused on support, direction, performance and well-being in your career or […] Read more

The place for love is included in the budget. Finance from a woman’s perspective

15.09.2017 | Woman’s Perspective

There are still a lot of women who feel confused or don’t understand the issue when it comes to financial planning. They think talking about finance with their spouse or partner is an unnecessary, boring act, which involves too many unhealthy emotions, and that it is better to leave any financial decisions up to them. […] Read more

Are there any reasons for financial education?

When I think about my education, I can’t avoid looking backwards into my childhood. This journey is not especially long – only a half a century.  As you presume, I attended grammar school and then spent five years at university.   I learnt many things, but  what of these are still valid today? Of course […] Read more

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