There are some things that people who have money just don’t understand about not having money. And there are some things about having money that people who don’t have it just don’t get. As such, people who have experienced both mindsets, cultures, and societal circumstances can serve as useful interpreters.
As someone whose formative childhood years were in the context of a hardworking family getting by, Joel Solomon had the relatively unique experience of then being propelled to wealth, entrepreneurship and big business as a young adult by his father’s business. More uniquely, a prolonged specter of possible death in his early 20s against the backdrop of the 1960s-70s have likely provided him a more philosophical bent than most.
In the above two-minute video, Joel shares this unique journey to financial philosopher and some of the underpinnings of his views on money.
For a six-minute video on how the sacred and profane elements consciousness and money intermingle, click here.
For a three-minute video on money as a spiritual path, its nutritive value, and the effects of how it is placed, click here.