Living Wealthy: A New Economic Way of Being

Friday, October 6 | 4:00 pm – 4:50 pm | Providence 2

Our modern world has prioritized the pursuit of wealth, often neglecting the essential psycho-emotional-spiritual experience underlying the exchange. To instigate a meaningful shift, let’s recognize the immense value that emotional freedom brings to fostering sustainable growth and a robust return on investment. Our goal is that by the end of this talk, attendees will understand the importance of financial self-actualization and how it can benefit individuals and society as a whole. Attendees benefit by deepening their understanding of clients’ financial dynamics, fostering professional growth, enhancing skills and strategies, and being encouraged to be advocates for positive change in the field.

Jennifer Love, MOB, CHC

Jennifer Love is the creative drive and visionary CEO behind The LivWeal Institute, a social impact collective of organizations on a mission to end emotional poverty and ignite Living Wealthy as the collective norm.

“I’ve become deeply passionate about supporting leaders in their relationship with wealth and freedom. I’m fascinated by people, patterns, and connections, I revere nature, and I’m a science nerd. Because I believe nature is our master teacher, I weave its principles and lessons through my teachings and conversations about wealth.”

 As a thought leader and money therapist, Jennifer is frequently a trusted advisor and the wealth-whisperer to world leaders and entrepreneurs who are making the radical shift to a values-based revenue model based on reciprocity, sustainability, and growth thereby eliminating the stress out of the money equation so they can effectively raise, make, manage, and give money.

 Jennifer is an award winning, 5x career entrepreneur (she’s the co-founder of NibMor, a wholesale chocolate company and a partner at Loliware, a product innovation and packaging company on a mission to create global change through reduction of waste) with 20+ years of achievement under her comfy Keds and mischievous smile. She has studied human and organizational behavior for over two decades and metamorphosis, the patterns of nature, and aspects of humanity inform her methodology. Jennifer’s work centers around the liberation from emotional poverty, mental anguish, relational pain, and spiritual emptiness to reunite us with our innate invitation to be free in our hearts and with our finances.

Additional Authors

  •  Michelle Godfrey, LCSW