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Community Calls

December 2018 Community Call Recap: Completion
Listen to our annual completion conversation through the lens of The 7 Laws of Enough.
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Recommended Reads

The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life.
Twist, L. (2017). The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life. New York, NY:W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.
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The Power of Belief: Mindset and Success
Eduardo Briceno at TEDxManhattanBeach shares about the importance of our mindset as responsible for our success in learning. If you work with us you already know that mindset is critical to making a permanent shift in the trajectory of our lives. This is a 10 minute video worth watching.
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Response to Boston Events
Like many practitioners in the area we were moved to say something about the bombings at the Boston Marathon. In this letter to our community four weeks after the events, we suggest continuing to keep noticing the delayed impact on our clients and those entrusted in our care. We articulate the 7 Laws of Enough as a guiding force in our interventions with ourselves and others.
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Exquisite Sufficiency on Voice America
Jen and Gina discuss a powerful—even radical—new context for the American Dream: the context of exquisite sufficiency. They help listeners see a future you can believe in for our own life, one that will lead to a sustainable life for all.
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Thought Leadership

Anatomy of a Breakdown
How does an organization not only recover, but thrive, after a mistake is made? Inside of sufficiency?
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