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60 Mindful Minutes

Oct 13, 2020

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The idea of stepping away from life and work for months or a year seems pretty impossible, maybe even radical. But in his book, The Year Off: The Anti-Budget Solution to Mastering Your Money and Following Your Dreams, author Steve Larsen challenges the idea that we’re stuck or that we lack choices. He encourages us to rethink our relationship to money and work, seeing them as something to give us the life we want, not to consume our lives.


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Steve Larsen is an author and financial educator developing practical tools to help people manage their money more efficiently. Through his 100-million-dollar wealth management firm, financial planning classes at Gonzaga University, and easily digestible online courses, Steve has helped thousands of people pursue what is most important to them. Along the way, Steve received his Master of Accountancy degree from Gonzaga University, credentials as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP), and has held numerous investment licenses. Steve lives in the Pacific Northwest with his family and is an avid regional traveler. You can typically find him cruising around the area in his RV or reading a book far away from direct sunlight.


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