I’m currently writing a new ebook: “Spirituality, Marketing, and Money” with a couple of my Pro Web Design Alliance team.
The purpose of the book is to explore how we relate to business, marketing, money, and wealth — all from the perspective of spirituality, religion, and ethics.
It seems to me that many people who are religious, or spiritually aware, find it difficult to relate to money and wealth in a positive way. Drive and ambition give way to humility and modesty.
That can result in people undervaluing our contribution to the world (or undercharging for it!), and making less of a difference in the world than they could, which is a shame.
I’d like to get as many different perspectives on this area, from a wide range of spiritual and religious traditions. I already have a series of interviews lined up with marketers and coaches I respect. But I’d love to get your input too!
So I’ve put some simple questions together, and it would be great if you could add your comments below. (Your words may even make it into the book.)
Ben & team
My Questions For You
Please respond using as many words as you need.
- How would you describe your religious, spiritual, or philosophical position?
- What is your place in the Universe?
- Who are your customers, really?
- What does service mean to you?
- What does money mean to you?
- How do you relate to wealth?
- How important is making a profit?