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Most financial advisors and books about money approach finance as if it were simply a skill to learn, the same sort of thing as hitting a fastball or speaking French like a diplomat. Money maturity does include skills, such as understanding investment options and using a budget effectively, but it goes much deeper, to the feelings, the heart, and, yes, the soul.By following three composite characters throughout the book and examining their experiences through the prisms of his own background and development, Kinder explains how to evolve naturally through these seven specific states (innocence, pain, knowledge, understanding, vigor, vision, and aloha) to achieve both financial and personal security. --Howard Rothman --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
good insights; would have wished for more practical strategies about investment strategiesPublished 8 months ago by Kyle Kramer
EXCELLENT book. Everyone should be required to read this and work through the exercises. It entirely changed how I view money and prosperity in my life, and I no longer have... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Beverly S. Swann
Great book about money, mindset and spiritual growth. It combines practical excercises with in depths insights about money. Loved to read it.Published 18 months ago by Ellen de Lange-Ros
These seven stages of maturity are the author's own rating and unless you are a Buddhist and/or understand Buddhism, your not going to agree with a lot of what's in this book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ohio Joe
Kinder combines his skills as a certified financial planner and as a Buddhist teacher to bring both practical and spiritual wisdom to the topic of money. Read morePublished on September 27, 2013 by Joyce
I enjoyed George Kinder's book so much that I started a book club around it and recommend it, even in these very difficult times.
A little background on me since it affects my review. I have read over 200 books on investing. I purchased this book because Kinder is famous in financial planning circles for his... Read morePublished on July 4, 2010 by Artephius (.