Now more than ever-given today's uncertain economic climate-a transformed relationship with money is the key to a happy and healthy life. Vicki Robin offers Your Money or Your Life, an original audio adaptation of the New York Times best-selling book that has helped more than 600,000 people worldwide gain greater financial freedom. Join this acclaimed author for hands-on tools and insights that will help you reach new levels of comfort, competence, and consciousness around your personal finances.
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I am a professional guy. I read various topics from Ghost, Sc-fi, Technical(Career),Action/Drama and Self Help.
It was a good book with some realistic and not so realistic idea. I would recommend it.
If it had actually been the book that was advertised.
That this was not the actual book.
Professional librarian type, amateur historian.
The performance is read in a conversational tone, which might be alright for some but I did not care to be in a conversation with this book. The situations did not speak to me and it was very clear that I was not the author's target audience. I did not complete the book when it was obvious that this was a waste of my time. The author had nothing to offer me in the first half of the book. I guess I wanted confirmation for my current financial path and I'm not in some dire straight struggling. So she had nothing for me.
I expected more details as to gain financial freedom.
the metaphorics stories that she keep using.
too short and not worth the price
This is a very condensed overview of the book. It was very well done, informative, and engaging, but it should be made clear that it is actually abridged. I should've read the other comments prior to using the credit.
I love memoirs and books on personal triumphs and business. I like to learn, be inspired and relax while listening to my books.
I really liked her reading it seemed authentic like a friend was talking to you rather than a narrator.
Very sound advise. I wish I had read this when I was younger. I like the fact that it applies to a very large audience and gives you a different view point on how to manage money and life.
This was a wasted credit. I thought it was the actual book, but it's just the author rambling for a couple of hours.
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