This audio recognizes that finacial prosperity is an integral part of happiness and well-being. Unlike other books on the market, it is not reactive. It doesn't just focus on how to get out of debt. It's not incomplete and short sighted. It doesn't just focus on strategies and techniques to increase wealth. It's about your whole life. It helps you tie your financial goals to your deepest values and principles. It helps you handle your money in a way that enables you to accomplish what really matters most.
©2009 Blaine Harris; (P)2009 Franklin Covey Co.
Excellent illustration. I would love to know more about what to apply my TRAINING to now that the economy is so close to crashing again.
The direct sales company I work for, DoTERRA, set up a program to help all its employee's to become debit free. This book is the guideline they recommend. The way it is written and the story it tells makes it easy to follow, understand and remember. Everyone should have this basic training. It's a life changer.
Yes, there's a lot to absorb here and a second listen is a good idea.
I liked the middle part of the story best, when the man's family became involved.
He's got a good voice that keeps you interested in the material and he also made the story flow well.
No, not any one moment in particular, just in the general sense of the story at the end.
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