Your Money When Motives Turn To Charity 1109

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It is better to give when the recipient of your good will is a cause with which you resonate deeply.

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Your Money When Motives Turn To Charity 1109

  1. 1. On Wealth Management Your Money - It's Personal ~Quick Takes On Making The Most of What We Have ~ Silver Oak Wealth Advisors manages client assets, along with the financial decision-making concerning all of the client's financial resources and obligations toward realizing their vision for the future. When Motives Turn to Charity, Focus on Your Joel Framson & Eric Bruck, Principals Desire to Give, Not the Institution’s Need to Receive   "Our primary purpose for Wealth Planning Renowned psychologist, Abraham Maslow, focused on  and Management healthy psyches rather than troubled ones in his work.  In  is to enable our Client his groundbreaking “Hierarchy of Needs” theory,  to create and sustain Maslow posited that once a person’s basic survival needs  a better life." are met, instinctual striving gives way to voluntary choices  of how and where to commit one’s life, and one's excess  Silver Oak Wealth Advisors, LLC resources.    Personal growth becomes priority at this point in a  Click here to learn person's life; without it one could fall victim to  more about Silver hopelessness and depression.   Oak...       In the United States, charitable giving provides an outlet  for people seeking satisfaction in knowing that their lives  can make a difference.  Yet, institutional solicitation for an  endless number of charities (you get those calls at night!)  can result in a feeling of disconnectedness by the donors  themselves and recipients of their generosity.       Case in point: going back a few years, the 3900 victims of 
  2. 2. the World Trade Center terrorist attacks caused millions of  Americans to dig deep in order to make a difference for  the survivors and victims' families.  We felt they could  have just as easily been us.      By contrast, programs that feed and house the more than  30,000 homeless in New York City have never attracted so  many eager donors.      In short, it makes a difference when we resonate with the  place where our heartfelt need to make a difference can  most effectively be served...where our contribution of  money (or time and effort) can impact our own unique  sense of value and place in this world.       Choosing for what or for whom our contribution will be  directed transforms giving into participation.  It may not  lead to a plaque on a hospital wing, but it could contribute  significantly to one’s feeling of life fulfillment.      Best personal regards,     Eric & Joel   

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