by Cliff Feigenbaum, Founder, GreenMoney Journal (celebrating it's 25th Anniversary Year in 2017/18)It began with a magic trick. My father’s friend would pull a quarter out from behind my ear and then make it disappear again. This became an apt metaphor for my relationship with money: one moment there and the next moment gone, feeding two powerful feelings about money: insecurity and lots of fear about never getting it back.
by Cliff Feigenbaum, Founder and Managing Editor, GreenMoney Journal and GreenMoneyJournal.comTwenty-five years. Is that possible? Have I been publishing the GreenMoney Journal for 25 years? When I realized that 2017 was upon us, and that 25 years had passed, I knew it was time to take a look “back” to the future that GreenMoney has been striving to help create since 1992.
It began with a magic trick. My father’s friend would pull a quarter out from behind my ear and then make it disappear again. This became an apt metaphor for my relationship with money: one moment there and the next moment gone, feeding two powerful feelings about money: insecurity and lots of fear about never getting it back. My second memory of money was of being gifted with silver half dollars on my birthdays (one for every year).
@AmyTheHub The new “Millennials & Investing: Having an Impact” issue from GreenMoney is now online as we continue our 25th Anniv Yr. The Feb18 issue is completely written by Millennials. Find award-winning content, podcasts & videos at - http://greenmoneyjournal.com || #sustainability
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