Aarati Krishnan speaks to George Kinder about 'life' planning and how it can result in a better investor experience as compared to financial planning.
March 30, 2017
Dubbed the “father of life planning” and author of the seminal book on money, “The Seven Stages of Money Maturity,” George Kinder has been an investment and wealth professional for more than 30 years, coaching thousands of advisers on how to do more than just talk about financial products, but how to get to the root of what people really want in life before creating a financial plan to make it happen.
With decades of experience as a mindfulness and meditation teacher as well, Kinder has a unique insight in helping people find their true wants in life and then finding the ability to fund those dreams. In this episode, Kinder talks about the three most important questions to ask yourself in order to understand your life goals, questions his thousands of advisers ask their clients through the Kinder Institute of Life Planning.
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George Kinder is internationally recognized as the father of the Life Planning movement, the Harvard-educated Kinder is the founder of the Kinder Institute of Life Planning. He has been a practicing financial planner and tax advisor for over 30 years. He runs the Kinder Institute. This site is a thought provoking area for George Kinder's leadership movement.
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