(noun, etymology Dutch from ‘boedel’: estate, possession, inheritance, stock.). 1. Crowd, pack, lot, as in ‘the whole boodle.’ 2. a. Counterfeit money b. Money acquired or spent illegally or improperly, particularly when used in bribery for political purposes. 3. Slang for money in general.

How to Know if You Are Dead or Not (Part I)

Posted on: Mar. 16, 2016  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: General

By now, if you are reading this I am most likely dead.  Back in July of 2014 (Autopsy: The Death of You), I said that things must change or we would all face dire consequences.  Well, I can’t say for sure what it is that got me, perhaps it was a simple as an algae […]

The Best Financial Advice Ever

Posted on: Jan. 27, 2015  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Advice, General

A Capital Idea Attention Millennials:  do you need some financial advice about how much to spend on college or how much to take out on loans or how to best pay off your loans?  Do you need some financial advice about what career path to take or where to live that has good job opportunities […]

Autopsy: The Death of You (Along With the Death of Meliorism*)

Posted on: Jul. 22, 2014  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Advice, General

The Individual is dead. Top money was paid to put out the mother of all hits.  I kinda liked you too. Why did it happen? Should we hire a detective to find out why you are dead? It might make as much sense as you performing an autopsy on yourself. Time of death: thirty years […]

Flash Cash

Posted on: Feb. 14, 2012  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: General

Smart Currencies Revisited On June 7, 2011, I posted a blog about alternative currency movements that are springing up.  The Boodleworld site also has a resources section that covers alternatives to money.  It seems that the financial meltdown has spurned a number of new innovative forms of money.  The problem with barter systems, which is […]

The Story of I, We, and It

Posted on: Aug. 9, 2011  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: General

The History of the Future of Money (Part I) Before this Little Piggy went to market, there was a big ol’ hairy Rat that took all his money and started a race.  This was a grand race, called the It-diderod which most everyone called by the diminutive of It.  The further that the race progressed, […]

Pay the Man

Posted on: Feb. 22, 2011  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: General

I saw something that I hadn’t seen in quite some time.  I saw the carpet on the floor of my son’s room.   He had, get this parents, cleaned his room of his own volition.  Now as parenting battles go, we had lost this one a long time ago only to try and win the greater […]

The da Vinci Coda

Posted on: Feb. 8, 2011  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Advice, General

  You say you want money, but you’re the one who’s a little stingy, Cuz we not only want you We need Leonardo Da Vinci. –          Strange job interview Advice for recent college graduates, college students, and job seekers What was I skilled to do, what was there out there to do, and what did […]

What’s Under That Kilt?

Posted on: Dec. 7, 2010  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Boodle-cise, General

The Essence of a Plan: Understanding the Context of Our Identity A man wearing a kilt is standing in set concrete up to his ankles.  This was the image Jane gave to her current financial situation.  She actually had brought in this exact image to my office that she had found in a magazine.  She […]

Money Autobiography

Posted on: Oct. 5, 2010  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Boodle-cise, General

I am not a believer in “money therapy.”  The way money operates in our lives has much to do with economic forces much bigger than ourselves alone. What’s more, our “money selves” are not only individually, but socially constructed as well. Institutions, heritage, and history shape how we relate to money in our individual lives. […]

When To Hold ‘Em and When To Fold ‘Em

Posted on: Aug. 17, 2010  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Advice, General

Advice for Aspiring Artists In June of 1929, American artist Charles Burchfield made a profound decision.  He had been earning a living doing wallpaper designs, but the work was making him ill.  Physically ill.  It would not have been so rigorous if it was just the designing he had to do, but his company also […]

   

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