Twist, Lynne
June 2005
Journal of Financial Planning;Jun2005, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p10
Academic Journal
Presents an interview with Lynne Twist, global activist, counselor, and founder of the Soul of Money Institute, about the relationship of human life and money. Discussion on how money gives value to human life; Role of financial planners in teaching their clients the value and definition of money; Reason people perceive money as feelings about scarcity.


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