By Dana Stovern My clients frequently exclaim, “Money isn’t real to me. How do I make money real?” Given the ephemeral nature of our digitally driven economy, money “realness” is important. With the flick of a wrist, we sling plastic cards through digital machines that move our money with the ease of air. It’s no wonder we’re experiencing difficulty in our connection with money. What do I tell my people when they are frustrated with “the realness” of money? I visit with them about how fast they eat. What does the pace of food consumption have in common with...Read More
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