Wisdom First, Money Second

By David Geller   |   October 22, 2013

Money without wisdom is often wasted, or lost.  It is why athletes and lottery winners often end up bankrupt.

Wisdom without money is a temporary condition.  We usually can use our wisdom to figure out how to earn more money, or how to be happy with less.  Money and wisdom combined are a powerful force to mold our future, empower our loved ones, and transform the world for the better.  When we access our wisdom to focus our money on what matters most to us, we can create remarkable results for ourselves and our loved ones.

All too often we focus on our money and forget about our wisdom.  Remember, it is wisdom first and money second.

About the Author

CEO David Geller co-founded the firm in 1991 and led the creation of Behavioral Wealth Management. Recognized on numerous prestigious "top financial advisor" lists, David is an in-demand speaker for professional groups and JOYN workshops. His writings have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Huffington Post.

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