A financial gift born of hardship

I narrowly avoided bankruptcy six years ago, ostensibly due to a collapse in income and a tumultuous change in life circumstances. Really it was because of my relationship with money. I’m largely through that period of hardship and, after quite some processing, I can say that I’m grateful for what it taught me. For the lasting improvements it wrought in my character and financial posture.

My eye landed on this course offered by a generous storyteller that I follow – Your Relationship with Money. Recognising the value it would bring to others, I’ve been pleased to donate the cost of a place. It’s the sort of work that might change one life directly, and improve many others as the ripples spread across time and relationships.

Dear friends supported me in need, and I’m pleased to pass such kindness forward.

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