Most of the time we relate to money as a “thing” to be managed, lost, spent, or saved—but rarely do we appreciate the use of money, with its myriad implications, as a “conversation” that we invented to lend power to our selves, our interactions, and what we can create in our lives.
The Money seminar provides a provocative inquiry into your conversation about finances. It's not about altering the circumstances of your checkbook or world finances—rather, it examines your relationship to money, how you think about it, approach it, and use it to make decisions. This seminar examines money as power, as freedom, as burden, as opportunity.
Prerequisite: Completion of two other seminar series OR completion of The Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program and one other seminar series.