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 couldn't make it through half of this podcast masquerading as an audiobook. The author's rambling reminded me of and aunt who thinks she has figured out the secret of money - only that secret is to just be happy not having a lot of it.
I suppose I would have been better served if I did a quick listen of the sample before purchasing. This book is not for me. I am sure others will indeed find it useful and helpful. And on the way to financial freedom any thing that assists with that goal is a good thing. But for me this book is not it.
Presented well, but in a manner I'm not sure I agree with.
Simple steps to reach financial independence but lacking depth in investments, bonds and savings accounts in a near zero interest rate environment. Overall well done but in need of update on investments in current environment.
And the nice thing with this audio version is how perfectly succinct it is! You get all the gold nuggets of wisdom and how to gently put them to use in your own life in a couple bike rides and dog walks! Ms Robin's voice is also easy on the ear, like your favorite radio host, so this whole program goes down very easily. Well done and thank you!
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.
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