(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.

BOODLE: How to Make Money Work for Everyone

Introduction: It’s Not “Just” Money
How I came to live and breathe money and why my obsession should be yours, too (as if it isn’t already!).

Chapter 1: Money Has No Value
What money is—a social agreement, a mythical beast—and why it’s neither good nor bad.

Chapter 2: Personal Wealth Is an Oxymoron
Why we are all in it together when it comes to money and how all wealth is interconnected.

Chapter 3: You Can Be Too Rich and Too Thin
How valuing image over substance has us living as a debtor nation and how to stop.

Chapter 4: Greed Is Not Good
Why the old way of doing things that values individual achievement over the wellbeing of the group must go.

Chapter 5: Money Does Grow on Trees
Money is not mathematical or even rational in the way it works. Cutting edge economics shows that economies are organic and are healthiest when treated as such.

Chapter 6: There’s No Success Like Failure
How to stop driving a Lexus when a Camry will do and how living simply can be more rewarding than you knew.

Chapter 7: The Power of Positive Doing
We can’t sit around and visualize abundance in hopes that it will create economic stability for ourselves or anyone else. Here are inspiring stories of real people and organizations creating healthy economies with tangible results.

Chapter 8: In Each Other We Must Trust
If we really want to get our economy moving in a positive direction, individuals and institutions need to begin building trust again. Ideas for how exactly to do this are included.

Conclusion: A Means to a Beginning
Thinking the things you have not allowed yourself to think when it comes to money. What’s your new money vision, your new and improved money reality? With plenty of examples for inspiration, readers are invited to define these things for themselves.

You can help create a new book about money

Understanding Money Connections • Building Mutual Trust • Creating Economic Substance

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