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Entertain your brain 

What is Finology? weekly newsletter:

Money MindBender$

"Which then leaves us to ask, where is money's place?" ~Natalie WagnerWillis, CFRCSM, Finologist & WiF? Project co-lead

We know that many Financial Professionals (you) are about truly helping people use money well to help navigate life with grace.

Our Money MindBender$ newsletter features provocative quotes from your favorite financial-theorists and breaks down their finological and practical application to your prospects and clients!

It works to expand our Awareness & Understanding of our Personal & Profound Relationships with Money.

Explore | Educate | Evolve

Our What is Finology? Project is about fostering larger conversations and perspectives about Money and the Human Experience. 

Then helping CFP®'s and other money-professionals to develop the Human Skills to serve clients as people first and collaborate in money-decisions from this place.

Entertain Your Brain

Money MindBender$ are walking thoughts, designed to get into your head and inspire your thinking especially when you're out on a walk.

But they're also more than that. Money MindBender$ will help you see the tender humanity in your clients' money lives and to serve them in these Priceless places of Money and the Human Experience.

The next step

Since you'll have thoughts to share, we host a live monthly call, Money MindBender$, LIVE. Learn more

This is your opportunity to connect with other money-professionals also thinking about Humanity and their clients' money lives and to grow these ideas & this powerful work!

What is Finology? and this Money MindBender$ series is all about stimulating thoughts and conversations about “the various aspects of our personal relationships with Money, Value Exchange, and the Money Forces” (paraphrased, Richard [Dick]. Wagner, JD, CFP®, Father of Life Planning & Finology, Financial Planning 3.0, p. 15-16). Or, in Natalie's words, our personal relationships with Money, Giving & Receiving, the Money Forces, and Value Itself.

"Because money can and should be used for great good," (R. Wagner).

Thank you for being here and being a part of the conversation!

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