Being organised implies ‘an element of thinking ahead, of prudence, of not always acting on impulse’. Alternatively, we can ‘live passionately, devoted to impulse … free from the prison of everyday pre-occupations’*.
Letting go has for millennia been a cornerstone principle for leading a fulfilled and happy life. Today the principle is fighting a rearguard action against consumerism, so it is a fundamental way of life worth re-discovering.
This month’s topic is about journeys, their impact on our lives and the transformation even the simplest journey can bring about. Its also about the importance of telling the story of our journeys to ourselves and to others.
This month we begin to explore our relationship with money through an introduction to the concept of ‘money maturity’ developed by George Kinder, a US financial planner often referred to as the ‘Father of Life Planning’
How well do you know yourself? And does it matter? ‘No’ and ‘Yes’, probably. However, the actions we take and the decisions we make daily are substantially influenced by our own personal self-awareness, our topic for this month.