Lost and Found

"A compelling, gorgeously written, searing, funny, and utterly inspiring book. You won't be able to put Lost and Found down and when you've finished it, your relationship with money will never be the same." - Lynne Twist, author of The Soul of Money

One Woman's Story of Losing Her Money and Finding Her Life

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Watch this funny, quirky illustrated video from LOST AND FOUND about having and being enough.

 

"Dazzling insights and eloquent wisdom from one of the truly sophisticated minds of our time." - David Krueger, MD, author of The Secret Language of Money 

"Lost and Found offers a wake-up call on a topic that causes so much psychological and spiritual pain and stress. Geneen Roth shows us how awareness of our money behavior can liberate our wisdom, happiness, and well-being. Read it, and you'll also understand how to make wiser money decisions." - Spencer Sherman, MBA, CFP, author of The Cure for Money Madness 

Publisher's Weekly on LOST AND FOUND
"Roth builds on her life's work of demystifying her food obsession in offering a provocative and penetrating examination of personal relationships to money. Losing her entire life's savings in the Madoff collapse catalyzes a painful but priceless insight: unconscious relationships with money are akin to relationships with food. As someone who "makes a career out of suffering," as her brother chides, Roth turns within to make sense of this wake-up call, exposing subterranean beliefs and the hidden conditioning that has framed her 'financial haze.' In doing so, Roth teaches by example the transformative power of awareness. With compassion and humor she dismantles unconscious compulsions that bespeak an inner poverty, dissipating what she calls the 'trance of deficiency' that hijacks financial relationships and self-worth. Fans familiar with the heart and wisdom that infuses Roth's candid writing style and makes her books memorable won't be disappointed."

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Geneen at a book reading in Santa Cruz.

 

One response to “Lost and Found

  1. This is just a funny and wonderful, and heartwarming video. I think this is exactly the kind of thing that’s needed to trigger conversations about mental illness, and specifically, conversations about eating disorders.

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