Please join us on Monday October 19th at 6.00 p.m. when we will be talking about the psychology of money, how it impacts so many areas in our lives particularly in these chaotic times.
2020 has been a year of uncertainty and change, and has left many people and communities facing difficulties and hardship, often operating in the security and safety needs level of Maslow’s Hierarchy. When we talk about money we see it through different lenses. We all have different drivers, motivations, needs and wants, and that may change depending upon where we are in our lives and what the life circumstances are. In addition, our perceptions of money can be emotional, can affect relationships, can be a barrier or an enabler in life, and we can feel in control or out of control leading to feelings of anxiety or confidence. he October Salon will be facilitated by David Gills from the TEDxOmaha team, and he will be joined by Amanda Wozab and Eric Holstein to discuss the Psychology of Money in what will be an interesting and thought-provoking discussion. Due to COVID-19 and social distancing we are running our events virtually. Please sign up using the EventBrite link, and you will receive a link to the Zoom event