(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.

Occupy New Mind

Posted on: Oct. 18, 2011  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: General

This was a sign from the Occupation movement in Los Angeles.  The top of the sign reads “15 years ago we had” (Photo by Harlin Kahn) When the Arab Spring populist movement came about, it was not only about changing the type of government but also about jobs.  This translates to a demand for a […]

Financial Activism and World of Well-Beings

Posted on: Aug. 30, 2011  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Advice, General

It’s official.  The financial markets have been diagnosed with bipolar disease.  Wildly down one day and then up the next (or even during the same day).  Everyone wants to know whether consumers will have the confidence to keep buying anything and everything they can find.  One day it seems we will keep buying and buying […]

Your Own Personal Google

Posted on: Jul. 12, 2011  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Boodle-cise, General

Reach out and search faith Your own personal Google Someone to hear your pursuit Someone who cares Feeling unknown and you’re all alone Flesh and bone by algorithm Lift up the receiver, I’ll make you a believer Take second best, put my engine to the test Things on your chest that we need to confess […]

I, Me, Yours (Money 3.0)

Posted on: Mar. 15, 2011  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: General

In order to make money work better for everyone, you have to be a selfish collaborator.  It may sound like an oxymoron but let’s start by digging deeper into money’s past.  In Money 1.0, meaning the original version of money’s introduction into the world, money’s use had to become widespread and those using it had […]

The Crisis, Redux

Posted on: Jan. 4, 2011  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Boodle-cise, General

When the bottom fell out of the economy at the end of 2008, a lot of people had to change a lot about their lives. Some who saw their retirement accounts drop by 40% or more had to put off retirement. Some people lost their houses. Some, like one client I had, just wondered if […]

It’s the Culture, Stupid

Posted on: Nov. 30, 2010  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: Boodle-cise, General

I have spent many years trying to find out if our relationship to money can make our lives better.  I have had hundreds of conversations in my work with money and read just as many books on the subject.  There is one key ingredient that can start us on our path to a better life. […]

Levitate the Federal Reserve

Posted on: Nov. 2, 2010  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: General

If you remember a bunch of Vietnam war protestors getting together in Washington, D.C. to levitate the Pentagon in the 1970’s, you probably weren’t there. Or at very least, hadn’t drunk the same orange juice they did. In 2009, with unemployment officially near 10% and unofficially near 18%, the FHA nearing the red, retirement accounts […]

Can Collaborators Scare Cheaters into Behaving?

Posted on: Oct. 19, 2010  |  By: Ronnie Kahn  |  Category: General

GD78KKNJM72P Last year, just before Halloween, something scary happened to me that not only showed the devilish side of our nature but the angelic one as well.  It seemed as though I had contracted some type of malware so I contacted my IT person.  He suggested I download a specific software that had been known […]

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