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Is it possible to be a conscientious citizen of the world and grow wealth? The author, a Buddhist and a financial planner, says yes and explains exactly how. Money drives many of our decisions. We all worry about earning it, spending it, and saving it — regardless of our income level or spiritual perspective. Yet few of us understand money’s true nature. Jonathan K. DeYoe helps you create a unique financial plan that is guided by your deepest beliefs, and shows you how to save, invest, pay off debt, and fund your retirement and dreams by building a lifetime income stream. With a foreword by Pulitzer Prize–winner Alice Walker, Mindful Money does all this while emphasizing that money is a tool you can use to support your lifestyle, reach your goals, and earn the “happiness dividend” everyone deserves.
“DeYoe pierces common money illusions and focuses readers on the elements that underpin true happiness.” — Tadas Viskanta, founder and editor of Abnormal Returns“Mindful Money, a book grounded in a belief system that is deeply compatible with my own spirit, teaches the lessons I have been waiting for.”— from the foreword by Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Color Purple“Mindful Money provides a commonsense and inspirational framework that serves as a road map to happiness and offers a thoughtful reassessment of how money is just a tool, not the destination.” — Burt White, managing director and chief investment officer of LPL Financial“If there were a smarter and better way to manage your money and your life, you’d want to know right away. So open this book and start reading.”— Bob Seawright, chief investment officer of Madison Avenue Securities and blogger, Above the Market“Teaches you to put wealth-building ideas into action. . . . If you read one money book this year, let it be Mindful Money.”— Barbara A. Friedberg, MBA, MS, expert investor and author of Invest and Beat the Pros“[DeYoe’s] advice is solid, his delivery is assured, and his claim of discovering the key to happiness is surprisingly plausible.”— Publishers Weekly