With Jeremy Bogush & Julia Rebholz

 

In this talk, Julia and Jez will discuss the topic of Money, a topic that touches us all. Some say it’s the root of all evil. Others say it makes the world go around.  This talk will be focussing on the illusion of money and the fact that neither is necessarily true.

We will explore where our experience of money comes from, how it works and most importantly how it doesn’t work. Exploring what is behind not having enough money, why the richest person in the world can feel poorer than a homeless man and why money can’t make you happy.

£5.50 – Pre-Book,    £8.00 – At The Door

Please Book in Advance to Avoid Disappointment 

Advances and Livestream bookings for this event will close at 4pm on the 30th January

 

About Julia Rebholz

Julia has an extensive background in strategy, M&A, large scale transformation and sustainable business. She has held a number of senior positions at Centrica, a FTSE 100 energy company. There she led high profile activities such as the £2.2bn purchase of British Energy and a series of transactions and integrations in North America. Julia also created the first energy corporate impact fund Ignite, investing £10m over 10 years in social energy entrepreneurs that has now been scaled to £100m. She is recognized as pioneer in Sustainable Business and wrote the practitioners guide to corporate innovation, investment and collaboration. Julia is also the co-founder of Performance Purpose Group, a Senior Advisor to the Blueprint for Better Business, has advised the government on Mission Led Business and was part of the Cambridge Capitalism on the Edge lecture series.

 

About Jeremy Bogush

Jez Bogush is a 3 Principles practitioner and former Business Leader. His introduction to the Innate resilience that is in all of us has had a profound affect on Jez. This has culminated in him exiting his company to share what he has uncovered in areas including Business, Education and Mental Well being.
The topic he will be discussing (along with Julia Rebholz) is one that touches us all – Money. Some say it’s the root of all evil. Others say it makes the world go around. This talk will be focussing on the illusion of money and the fact that neither are necessarily true.
They say money is the root of all evil – and others say it makes the world go around.