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Investing with mind, body and emotion – with Bonnie Foley-Wong

Bonnie Foley-Wong is an entirely new type of investment advisor.

Bringing together an integrated investing decision-making process that includes tapping into your emotion, intellect, and intuition, Bonnie helps investors take positions in private companies.

Join Bonnie and I for a very engaging conversation that will help you discover your own motivations for investing and hopefully provide some amazing introspection.

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About Bonnie Foley-Wong

Bonnie is the chief investment innovator and pollenator, founder of Pique Ventures.

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