Our Guiding Principles
A healthy approach to money includes values, principles, and most of all, knowing what we want out of life. Money is merely a tool and just one of the many ingredients necessary to reach our goals. With the right framework and understanding, money can become an enabler for a flourishing and impactful life. And by making smart decisions, we can be take control to imagine new possibilities for ourselves and those around us.
Money is only one form of capital.
It's not just about saving money, after all, a bank balance is not a true indicator of happiness. So, what then makes for a rich and meaningful life?
We introduce money as one form of capital, but with a broader view of wealth and how money impacts people and the planet. We encourage young people to clarify what is really important and to make a plan for how money can serve as a tool, and to start investing in all 7 forms of wealth*.
Inspired by the 8 forms of capital by
Ethan Roland & Gregory Landua.
It's not only about knowing, but about doing, and being.
Calculating dollars and cents is the easy part. But a money decision is often more complex because it's never just about the money, but our emotions, relationships, and expectations. We see money as an invitation to examine the deeper influences that guide our decisions, and uncover an inner transformation journey across the head, hand, and heart.