The Money workshop takes as its starting point the observation that effective, creative and talented individuals and teams are often hampered in their wish to make changes, take action or forge new directions by fears, concerns or hopes about money. The pull of what we deeply wish to do, or feel called to do, can become confused or distorted by beliefs and assumptions about how money fits into the picture.

Money makes the world go round, but how many of us actually understand what money is, and importantly, how it affects us emotionally and psychologically?

Based on the groundbreaking research over more than 30 years of Peter Koenig, this workshop helps you uncover some of the unconscious projections you typically make onto money. It powerfully frees you up to take the next steps you need in your project, organisation or career. It is quite explicitly not a workshop about ‘how to make money!’ But rather an invitation to explore some deeply held assumptions about money that may unwittingly be stopping you moving into the fullest expression of what you are here to do.

The workshop will help you:
– Explore with curiosity your assumptions about and relationship to money and their roots in your personal history
– Recognize the reality you have created in various aspects of your life and in the world so far, based on your relationship to money
– Create a different mindset that allows you to experience much greater freedom in your relationship with money
– Learn a simple system that will enable you to address the subject of money with much greater awareness and as a powerful tool for self-development
– Understand your personal, team or organisational experience within some wider macro issues such as monetary systems, supply and monetary reform

Saturday 10am- 6pm
Sunday 9am – 5pm

The cost of this workshop is calculated by the following formula:
(Your age x £3) + (1/3rd of 1% of your gross annual income) + or – 10% adjustment at your discretion*
Includes lunch, tea, coffee, fruit and biscuits.

*NB: The formula is intended to create a rough sliding scale of payment that incorporates both current income and other financial assets often accumulated over time. Some people love the idea of the formula and others find it rather provocative. Please do contact us if you want to discuss the final figure that is right for you to pay.

Accommodation options
The workshop is non-residential but we can offer accommodation for both the Friday and Saturday night for those travelling from further afield.
Private room, dinner and breakfast: £90 per night
Twin room, dinner and breakfast: £70 per night
Shared dormitory, dinner and breakfast £45 per night

To reserve a place or if you have questions email

“The Money Workshop led by Tim started me on a journey which was so very insightful in terms of defining my own authenticity and purpose. The workshop opened up numerous questions about how relationships with money inhibit and mask the work that we really want to do. It was through this that a clearer sense of agency, honesty and courage has been brought into my work.” Alex Base, Head of Operational Sustainability, HSBC

“The workshop was a fascinating process of discovery. It challenges your concept of money, what it means to you, and the power it has to propel us forward or hold us back in different ways.

Tim is a unique facilitator, able to work deeply with each person within a very safe space that he creates. I absolutely recommend it provided you are willing to open yourself up to experience deep self-awareness leading to the possibility of change. This [workshop] is an insight into some of the most profound drivers of your choices in your life.” Sarah Tennyson, Global Head of Professional Development,
Financial services training company

“The money workshop was in itself surprising and challenging, asking fundamental questions about the role money plays in my life – questions that I had never really considered. It has been in the weeks and months since the workshop that my thinking and actions have begun to change. I am more conscious of my reaction to money and how it has been more of an inhibitor than enabler in the past. I feel I am beginning to untangle myself from some of the hang-ups and unhelpful associations and projections I have had around money. And with that – coincidence or not – I find I have some – money that is!” Peter Thompson, founder and director The Eth Word.

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