Spencer Sherman was named one of the top wealth advisors in the United States, has an MBA from Wharton School, and is the founder of a sustainable financial firm with Buddhist values. With Sounds True, Spencer is the coauthor of The Money and Spirit Workshop. He also is bringing his work on the inner mastery of money to the Inner MBA program, a nine-month training program Sounds True is producing in partnership with LinkedIn, Wisdom 2.0, and MindfulNYU. In this podcast, Sounds True founder Tami Simon speaks with Spencer about how we can shift from having a neurotic, confused, or highly charged relationship with money to enjoying a wise, healthy, and uncharged relationship. Spencer introduces the iceberg metaphor, sharing how our financial literacy doesn’t actually drive our money behaviors as much as our fixed, unconscious beliefs and emotions do. Tami and Spencer also discuss the connections between money and Buddhism, exploring self-worth, fear, generosity, equanimity, and more.