Overview

In this webinar, George Kinder, founder of the Kinder Institute of Life Planning, discusses his latest book, A Golden Civilization and the Map of Mindfulness. Against the current backdrop of global political unrest, wars, inequality, pollution, and climate change, Mr. Kinder challenges us to believe that there is an alternative and sets out what we need to do to achieve it. Applying the Life Planning methodology he developed over the past 30 years, he proposes it is time to life plan civilization with participatory democracy. His book sets out a powerful structure for hosting conversations and has developed into a global grassroots movement. The last half of the webinar, a Golden Civilization Conversation, will be a participative group exercise in Life Planning civilization.

 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the benefits of incorporating mindfulness practices into work and everyday engagements
  • Understand the model for holding group visioning exercises

 

This is the archived version of a live webinar that took place on 03 August 2019.

About the Speaker

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George Kinder

George Kinder is president of the Kinder Institute of Life Planning. Internationally recognized as the father of the life planning movement, he revolutionized financial advice for more than 30 years by training over 3,000 professionals in 30 countries in the field of financial life planning. Mr. Kinder founded the Kinder Institute of Life Planning after 30 years as a practicing tax adviser and financial planner. He has written six books, including three books on money—The Seven Stages of Money Maturity,  Lighting the Torch, and Life Planning for You—one on mindfulness, and an illuminated manuscript of photography and poetry. In Mr. Kinder’s new book, A Golden Civilization and the Map of Mindfulness, he draws on 50 years as a mindfulness practitioner, 30 years as a mindfulness teacher, and his experience training financial advisers globally to challenge the basic concepts of economics, our understanding of democracy and spacetime, and our own hearts.

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