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. When we don’t have it, we think, “If I had more, I would be happier…” But then, when we have it, we immediately start to worry we will lose it.

We all worry about money – earning it, spending it, and saving it ― regardless of our income level. Jonathan K. DeYoe helps you create a step-by-step financial plan that is informed by your core values. He shows you how to save, invest, pay off debt, and build your lifetime retirement income stream. Mindful Money emphasizes that money is a tool you can use to support your lifestyle and reach your goals without making it the center of your life. This is the “happiness dividend” everyone deserves.

The book, Mindful Money, was reviewed by:

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