A person in his late 20s was looking for relief after his first startup company sold. He had run himself ragged trying to secure funding, build his team and product, market and sell it, and negotiating the sale transaction. He was looking for a safe harbor where he could relax, regroup, and renew, and he was particularly looking for a shelter where money wouldn’t always have to be top of mind. What did young Casey Rosengren find?

Please tune in this week as Wayne discusses Rosengren’s path and what he learned from a Buddhist monastery, Trappist monks, and Sister Irene Kraus on the subject of money as it relates to the mission of any organization. So many people, contractors included, have conflicted emotions when it comes to the subject of money. Please let us know your thoughts and philosophies in the comments section.

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