Transform your relationship with money

The Feel Rich Project starts by taking a good look at your history
with and feelings about money—and then uses that information to
help you redirect your life where you want it to go.

It’s a uniquely personal experience.

You’ll learn how your life experiences created your money beliefs and habits—and how to replace destructive money habits with those that support your vision of a happy life.

The Feel Rich Project is a playbook for matching up your money with
the life you truly crave.

What does it really mean to be rich? This is a key question that Michael Kay explores in a book that challenges you to define or redefine the meaning of wealth.

MICHELLE SINGLETARYNationally Syndicated Personal Finance Columnist The Washington Post and Author “The 21 Day Financial Fast: Your Path to Financial Peace and Freedom”

Money is emotional… and very few people can help you navigate that reality better than Michael Kay. Consider this book your map!

CARL RICHARDSAuthor of “The Behavior Gap” and creator of the weekly Sketch Guy column in the The New York Times.

In The Feel Rich Project, Psychology Today blogger and CFP® Michael Kay goes beyond the run-of-the-mill, nuts-and-bolts manuals for personal finance. With a focus on values, strategies, and helpful worksheets targeting insight and change, Kay offers a valuable guide to help readers move from money misery to living richly.

BRADLEY T. KLONTZ, Psy.D., CFP®Co-Founder of the Financial Psychology Institute ™, Associate Professor in Financial Psychology & Behavioral Finance at Creighton University Heider College of Business, and Co-author of “Mind Over Money: Overcoming the Money Disorders That Threaten our Financial Health”.

Michael Kay gently and expertly guides his readers from Money Misery to Money Mastery. Michael’s work is packed with insight, practical tools, and personal stories that will help the well-to-do and the want-to-do-better to achieve clarity and confidence about their finances and their relationships.

MARK BRYANCo-author of Money Drunk/Money Sober and The Artist’s Way at Work: Riding the Dragon

Rise above the pack

Isn’t it time you aligned your financial planning practice with your life—instead of the other way around?

The Business of Life is for financial planners—chock-full of stories and exercises to tease out your real needs, values and dreams and get you firmly on the road to achieving them.

Michael Kay is a strong voice in the financial Life Planning movement who clearly understands the life-altering potential of this powerful new approach to financial advice.

George Kinder, CFP®, RLP®Founder, The Kinder Institute of Life Planning; Author The Seven Stages of Money Maturity® and Co-author, Lighting the Torch

Michael Kay combines wit and wisdom to tell a very engaging story—his own personal journey from success to significance. And, in the process, he lays out a clear framework and action plan for all financial planners…This is a book for our times—a clarion call.

Carol Anderson, M.S.President and CEO, Money Quotient®; Co-author Your Clients for Life

Michael Kay has done a remarkable job of de-mystifying Financial Life Planning. This is the first book to explain in plain English (well, New Jersey English, anyway) and in great detail what Financial Life Planning is. Michael…brings clarity and eloquence to an arena where confusion and misunderstanding are in too great supply.

Edward Jacobson, Ph.D.Author Appreciative Moments and Working Appreciatively

Any financial advisor who is trying to strengthen client relationships will benefit from reading The Business of Life. If you are looking for ‘a track to run on’ in your practice, I recommend Michael’s book to you.

Alan WerbaChairman of the Board, Loring Ward Advisor Services

With his customary wit and humor, Michael provides an insightful blueprint for creating a meaningful and effective financial Life Planning practice. The Business of Life is a valuable read for any planner looking to improve his business and the quality of his life.

Jeff Wheeler, JDPresident, The Wealth Collaborative