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In this video, I want to talk to you about what your investments say about you. Whether intentional or not, you may be investing in companies you HATE. Here’s how to make sure your investments match your values.

Your investments say much more about you than you’d think. If you’re looking for companies to invest in, start where your values are. Click the link above for my free 3-circles exercise that will help you find investments that you’re truly passionate about.

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