This unique and fundamentally liberating book shows us that examining our attitudes toward money - earning it, spending it, and giving it away - can offer surprising insight into our lives, our values, and the essence of prosperity.
Lynne Twist, a global activist and fundraiser, has raised more than $150 million for charitable causes. Through personal stories and practical advice, she demonstrates how we can replace feelings of scarcity, guilt, and burden with experiences of sufficiency, freedom, and purpose. In this Nautilus Award-winning book, Twist shares from her own life, a journey illuminated by remarkable encounters with the richest and poorest, from the famous (Mother Teresa and the Dalai Lama) to the anonymous but unforgettable heroes of everyday life.
©2003 Lynne Twist (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
"An inspired, utterly fascinating book…. A book for everyone who would like to make the world a better place." (Jane Goodall)
Good book with some really great points. Sometimes it's gets a little too flowery for my taste, but it never really lost my attention.
Definitely worth listening to!
Very thought provoking. It reinforces my life purpose. Thank you for sharing your experiences. It provides hope that individually we can all change the world with our own actions
Lynne Twist presents a point of view of the world that shifts the paradigm through the filter of how we relate with money. She enables you to really consider your relationship with yourself and as well as your fellow humankind. She raise the bar for all of us with incredible grace, intelligence and humility. This book is a game changer and she is an extraordinary leader !
She very competently puts in their place many of the beliefs so fondly held by our consumer society. With stories from her work around the world to end hunger and her insights gathered through this work she offers a perspective on money that could heal much that is wrong on this planet including particularly in the west, our disconnection from each other.
yes, because the content is important to me
No, she mispronounces words like Marin (Marin County), Deva (a female spiritual deity) that no one bothered to tutor her on or look up, but most importantly, she sounds too business like for the way I feel someone in Lynne Twist's position would actually sound like.... a bit cold and informational, rather than really warm.
I did not read the print version,
I found the book to be enlightening, inspiring and valuable for a shift in perspective
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