Socially Responsible Investing for the Soul
September 4, 2013
Hosted by Jeff Bogart
“I want my money to make a difference.” Our yoga practice helps us to develop an awareness of what’s happening with our mind and body. Today, get in touch with what’s happening—or what can happen—with your money. Now is the time to integrate economics with core human values as mankind recognizes the imbalances in our society. Cliff Feigenbaum, publisher of the award-winning GreenMoney Journal, explores making money and making a difference.
The Yoga of Money
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The Yoga of Money is a road map to achieving financial independence and living in abundance through yoga’s timeless teachings. Mindfulness is truly the first step in mastering money management. With mindfulness, you use money. Money doesn’t use you. Our money life, like yoga, is a journey or path. Using the Life Planning process, Jeff Bogart helps put his clients on a critical path, a vision quest of their future without the burdens of worrying about money! Bogart offers time-tested advice about growing wealth the smart way, the yoga way. The Yoga of Money offers compelling content, and the guest list includes well-known and inspiring people from the yoga community. Many guests relay how yoga has given them a new life path and how they discovered that yoga could provide them with an abundant lifestyle.
Jeff Bogart has been helping people with their investment and life planning issues for over 25 years. At the beginning of 2012, he tied together his wealth management expertise and his passion for yoga to form Yogic Investing, the union of yoga, wealth, abundance, and money. He knows that developing a healthy relationship with money requires discipline and focus, just like the yoga we practice. In fact, he is one of a select few financial advisors in our country who fully understands the connections between yoga, money, wealth, and abundance. Throughout his formidable career, Bogart’s remained committed to helping people nurture their relationship with money and grow their wealth. He has appeared in The Wall Street Journal and has been a speaker at several Midwest yoga festivals. He also writes Money Oasis, a monthly newsletter which bridges the gap between the spiritual and material world. Bogart lives in Cleveland Heights, Ohio with his wife, Antje, and their two Belgian Sheepdogs. One of his Belgian sheepdogs, Carlos Santana, participates in Therapy Dog programs at local hospitals, nursing homes, and children’s reading programs.