The human relationship to money is complex and full of emotions. What we have, and what we believe about what we have, hugely influence the decisions we make about how we live and what we will risk to live a soulful life — a life dedicated to our most cherished principles and our heart’s deepest longings.
Maggie Kulyk uses her many years of experience in financial services and her background in religious studies to help people explore their relationship with money and how it intersects with their emotional and spiritual lives. In 2013 she became a Certified Money Coach through the Money Coaching Institute. Maggie is interested in the deeper story of money in human culture and how it operates symbolically in our lives. She is part of a growing conversation about what it means to give and receive, and she is exploring ideas about how the sharing of our personal and collective resources can lead to a transformed world.