Minyanville Underground Railroad: Waddya Say Y2K?
As the Minyanville Underground Railroad gains momentum, there are two "next steps" we'll humbly ask for help with.
The first, as discussed in recent weeks, involves actually mapping our global grid of human capital. If you're interested in communicating with other Ambassadors and being a regional "point" for Minyans around the world, please let us know and we'll include you in that directory.
The second is something that I've never been very good at: asking for help. While our community continues to grow, we've never advertised or marketed in a coordinated manner. That's both a blessing (we've grown as we have despite this void) and a curse (we haven't evolved as quickly as we otherwise might have).
This week, in addition to the weekly chapter of the Memoirs, we're asking ye faithful for assistance. If you're affiliated with a financial institution-be it a local branch or the home office-please connect with Carter Mansbach, who will work with you to map a Buzz & Banter strategy that helps the collective effort while rewarding you for your time.
Thank you ever so much. A dream is only as powerful as those who believe in it and we rely on our own as we fight the good fight.
Sneak Peak at the Memoirs
On June 10th, we released the first chapter of Memoirs of a Minyan, a modern day tale about the false idolatry of money, as an eBook that will publish every Wednesday over an eighteen-week cycle. As part of the MUR, you'll receive this content the night before it's made public.
While Memoirs is my story, the lessons encapsulate what so many are forced to face following the financial crisis: Net worth isn't self worth, having fun isn't happiness and the destination we arrive at pales in comparison to the path we take to get there.
Below please find the link to the next installment. I will simply ask that these sneak peaks be kept inside our Circle of Trust.
Click here for Chapter 7: Wahddya Say Y2K?
With passion and purpose,
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