Our mission is to help people use wealth as a tool to promote well-being. In order to use wealth as a tool, we must start by understanding our intentions with money. Often when frustrations arise, we think that if only we had more money we could avoid the suffering. However, modern research in well-being tells a different story.
Recent studies suggest that only 10% of our well-being is due to material factors such as income, 50% due to stable factors like genetics and 40% due to the actions we choose to engage in. Therefore, creating a life of well-being is less about how much we have, and more about acting with an intention or acting in a way that resonates with who we are and what we are passionate about.