About the Author

Brent Kessel

Brent Kessel, CFP, who was named one of the top wealth advisors in US, is cofounder of Abacus Wealth Partners. He has taught financial workshops in the US and Europe for over 12 years. He is the author of It's Not About the Money, one of Kiplinger's Top Five Business...

Spencer Sherman

Spencer Sherman, MBA, who was named one of the top wealth advisors in the US, is cofounder of Abacus Wealth Partners. He is a workshop leader, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of The Cure for Money Madness.

A graduate of the Wharton...

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The Discovery of Radical Sufficiency

Brent Kessel

Spencer Sherman

from Sounds True

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Wealth advisors and spiritual practitioners Spencer Sherman and Brent Kessel take us on a journey to discover what they call radical sufficiency. When we learn to approach our lives with a genuine sense of “enoughness,” we begin to naturally appreciate who and what we are, and are freed from the fear and disappointment which have driven our lives previously.

Sounds True Pearls bring you inspirational and insightful downloadable audio sessions selected from our most popular courses. Ranging between 15–40 minutes each, Sounds True Pearls offer a concise way to explore topics from meditation and spiritual practice to mind-body healing, the art of manifestation, and more. Stream them on your smartphone, mp3 player, tablet device, or computer today and you’ll be ready to empower your life with the transformational teachings contained in each Sounds True Pearl.

This session is excerpted from Spencer Sherman and Brent Kessel’s home study course The Money and Spirit Workshop.

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Date Published March 16, 2012
ISBN-10 1-60407-883-9
ISBN-13 978-1-60407-883-1
Product Codes 2858w, m2858w, im02858w

Customer Reviews

By Dana Cohen
Date Added: Saturday 19 May 2012
Very helpful! Great way to use the psychology of desire to understand and tame materialism at its source. Loved it!
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By Ingrid T
Date Added: Monday 9 September 2013
I liked this. It's worth listening to more than once, and then again after time has passed as a reminder.
Our society seems to tend us to focus on scarcity & fear more than the abundance that surrounds us, thus we need constant reminding, re-rooting, re-centering. This helps with that.
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