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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Healthy Money Green


Our Daily Green would like to invite you to join us for the Healthy Money Summit. It’s a free online event happening the week of January 24-27th featuring 24 pioneers and experts helping us create a healthier, happier, more productive relationship with money.

Inquiries Into the Nature of Slow Money: Investing as if Food, Farms, and Fertility MatteredThe visionary author Woody Tasch, of the Slow Money movement, is in the spotlight. We wrote about Slow Money last summer.  

Keypoints of the seminar include:

•New ways of earning and spending that liberate your time and passion for your real life's work
•New investment strategies that favor the triple bottom line and sustainable business practices
•New psychologies that favor generosity and sharing over hunkering down
•New currencies that favor connection and community over hoarding and lack
•New economies that favor Main Street over Wall Street, and prioritize community well-being as the new bottom line
•And a new money spirit of "enough for all," rather than "winner takes all"

Hosted by bestselling author Vicki Robin who co-wrote the bestselling Your Money or Your Life, you’ll also hear from luminaries such as Riane Eisler, John Robbins, Hazel Henderson, Lynne Twist, Alisa Gravitz, David Korten, Satish Kumar and many more. For a complete list of the speakers and their bios, see the registration page.

The speakers in this series will reveal their latest insights and wisdom on how we can create a better financial future for us as individuals and as a collective whole. It’s all on the phone and you can participate in as many sessions as you like.

We're excited to learn from these amazing leaders, and hope you can join Our Daily Green!

Registration is free. See HEALTHY MONEY SUMMIT to sign up!

Co-sponsors include:
The American Sustainable Business Council, CSRwire, Global Sufficiency Network, Intent.com, Global Exchange, The Shift Movie, The Shift Network, MaestroConference.

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