"Better to confront our fear, our unknown self, than to run because we're too afraid to ask those questions we've been taught never to ask."
-Eileen Workman, Author, "Sacred Economics"
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2013
Financial security, plentiful resources and life abundance without fear? Eileen Workman, a sixteen-year veteran of the Wall Street Financial Industry, who predicted the economic fall and authored the innovative book, “Sacred Economics, The Currency of Life", says absolutely, yes.
Beginning Monday May 20 – Sunday May 26, 2013, Workman will appear on four episodes of Santa Barbara’s new TV Show, “Get Conscious Now” on TVSB, Channel 17 with hosts Patricia Diorio and Stu Zimmerman. The financial expert and noted economic visionary will provide simple, non-monetary steps that individuals, companies and local governments can take toward building sustainable communities, and peace of mind.
Tune in for Workman’s global ideas and solutions on Monday 5/20 @ 2pm, Thursday 5/23 @ 2am, Saturday 5/25 @ 9am, and Sunday 5/26 at 8pm, PST. These episodes will be rebroadcast each week for the month of June at those same days and times.
Workman will provide concrete examples of how real-life, self-sustainable, gift-based communities, modeled after natural ecosystems are being created and successfully implemented in cities around the world.
Showing how today’s greed has killed many industries, Workman predicts the death of the debt system and explains how these new, gift-based communities are not only here, they are thriving.
In her book, "Sacred Economics, The Currency of Life", available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, and Muse Harbor Publishing, Workman offers a logical analysis of the problems that are undermining the global monetary system. She also maps out steps individuals and governments can take to move beyond our present economic gridlock to create a real sustainable and life-affirming economy.
Workman worked most recently as a First Vice President of Investments with a major international Wall Street firm and draws upon her work experience and extensive research, to present a powerful argument that the outmoded and corrupted vehicle of capitalism cannot sustain us for another generation.
Workman does not blame capitalism for the problems we face. Instead, she questions why society continues to worship the aggressive growth engine that drives our global economy. Why is debt necessary? How can society overcome greed? Why does poverty exist? Is a moneyless society possible? By carefully deconstructing our shared, often unexamined beliefs around “making the grade” in modern society, Sacred Economics points to an evolutionary opportunity.
Sacred Economics’ inspired perspective explains why humans are drawn to the innovation of creative exchange, and how—in the interest of becoming the best we can collectively be—society might direct their attention toward the purposeful design of a more compassionate, cooperative and abundantly flowing economic system.
Workman says, "Better to confront our fear, our unknown self, than to run because we're too afraid to ask those questions we've been taught never to ask. Those questions: Who am I? Why am I here? What is my life purpose? What am I capable of doing? Does God exist, and what is my relationship to this world?"
Ms. Workman, an engaging speaker, financial expert and global economic visionary, can be reached for further Radio, TV, Print and Online interviews or event speaking engagements, by contacting Margaux (at) museharbor (dot) com. Friend Eileen on Facebook to join her blog and conversations on innovative solutions and political/economic philosophies targeting a wide array of current events.
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