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2005 Conference Presentation

Our relationship with money shapes our experience of life and our deepest feelings about ourselves and others. The connection between money and leading a fulfilling life.


68 minutes


2005 Conference Presentation

Our relationship with money shapes our experience of life and our deepest feelings about ourselves and others. The connection between money and leading a fulfilling life.


45 minutes

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Lynne Twist, global activist, fundraiser, speaker, author, teacher, mentor and counselor, has devoted her life to service in support of global sustainability and security, human rights, economic integrity and spiritual authenticity. Lynne has raised millions of dollars, and trained other fundraisers to be more effective in their work, for organizations that serve the best instincts of all of us – to end world hunger, empower women, nurture children and youth, and preserve the natural heritage of our planet. Ms. Twist, an original staff member of The Hunger Project in 1977, served as a leader of that international initiative for 20 years, including responsibility for raising the money necessary to support it and its programs. In that capacity, Lynne traveled the world, developing a keen understanding of the relationship of people to money, the psychology of scarcity and the psychology of sufficiency. Lynne Twist shares compelling stories and insights from those experiences in The Soul of Money: Transforming your Relationship with Money and Life, to be published by W.W. Norton in September 2003. Those ideas are the foundation of her inspiring symposium, Fundraising from the Heart, a professional development program for those in the field of philanthropy. Lynne Twist founded the Soul of Money Institute. Ms. Twist has formed the Soul of Money Institute as a center for further exploration of theories, attitudes and best practices that enable people to find peace, freedom and sufficiency in their relationship with money and the money culture.