When it comes to finances, many of us feel strapped and stressed, buried under bills, worried about an uncertain future. Even if money is plentiful, we long for greater wisdom to manage it well. In Money-Making Mom, finance and family blogger Crystal Paine shares real-life stories, practical tips, and hard-won wisdom from the failures and successes that have carved her family's path to financial freedom.
"A great book that uses spiritual weapons to fight earthly battles"
Why is it that women, who are so competent in all other areas of their lives, cannot find the same competence when it comes to matters of money? Suze Orman investigates the complicated, dysfunctional relationship women have with money in this groundbreaking new audiobook. With her signature mix of insight, compassion, and soul-deep recognition, she equips women with the financial knowledge and emotional awareness to overcome the blocks that have kept them from making more out of the money they make.
"Kinda sexist and antiquated. Not a how to book."
"Must read for woman who has children."
The Money Mirror shows how women's attitudes towards money reflect their feelings about themselves. Through better understanding the ways they relate to money, women can develop positive emotional attitudes and gain control of economic and personal issues. "Lieberman and Lindner document how intelligent women are still very often prey to . . . a vicious cycle of fear and confusion that prevents us from effectively earning, negotiating, investing, and managing our incomes. This lively, anecdotal book explores women's historical relationship to money, the common symptoms,…. and the antidotes." —(Ms. Magazine) . . .[offers] a wealth of down-to-earth tips on how to develop money awareness on the road to leading healthier, happier financial lives." (The Bookwatch)
"Must read often"
Most Americans are worried about their future - particularly their nest egg. 1 out of every 10 Americans is being pursued by debt collectors. If you want to beat the debt game, earn gains (instead of riding on the Wall Street rollercoaster) and live a richer, happier life, then you have to get a new game plan. The ABCs of Money offers vital information and easy, effective strategies for income, budgeting, real estate, stocks, bonds, gold, hard assets, annuities, debt reduction and saving your home.
"Very little useful information"
If you are looking at your life and wishing there was more, does that make you greedy or a bad person? To even think this question is wholly the root of the problem. This sort of thinking comes from a scarcity mindset and it is preventing guys like you from having abundance. More money, more girls, more fun, more sex; just more!
Weaving anecdotes from their own lives with practical how-to advice, the Smart Cookies offer strategies that cut across the financial spectrum, whether you're deeply in debt or just want to manage your money better. Tackling the unique financial challenges facing women today, they offer easy-to-follow advice on everything from creating a spending plan to boosting your income to starting your own money club.
From your roaring 20s, to your thrifty 30s, and all the way to your (hopefully) smooth 60s, The Money Queen's Guide will work to guide you through each of these financial decades and provide insight and detailed guidance into the steps you can take and the decision you should make to build a financially responsible future. Financial security is an exciting journey we can take together. So pack your purse and get ready for the ride....
"It's All About the Money"
En este audiolibro se encuentra el "Plan para Salvarse a sí Misma," un organizado programa de cinco meses que proporciona verdadera seguridad financiera a largo plazo. Pero lo que esta en juego es más que el propio dinero. Es acerca de todos los sentidos de una mujer, de quién es y qué realmente merece, y por qué todo comienza con la decisión de salvarte a ti misma. ¿Que esperas? Toma control de tu destino.
"Buen libro, un poco técnico al final."
Natalie maneuvered her way out of poverty and up above the ranks of Harvard-educated MBAs to become the number-one ranked stock picker on Wall Street. She shows us, through anecdotes and carefully outlined investing strategies, that making the transformation to a life of financial freedom and happiness is easier than one might think.
Long ago, Liz Perle made a quiet contract with cash: She would do what it took to get it - work hard, marry right - but she didn’t want to have to think about it too much. Since she was a young girl, the subject of money had been quietly sidestepped, a shadowy factor whose private influence was impolite to discuss. When a sudden divorce left Perle with no home, no job, a four-year-old, and a box of toys, she realized she could no longer afford to leave her murky and fraught relationship with money unexamined.
"A Young Arab Woman's New Lodging Website: No Money Is Exchanged, Just Ideas" is from the May 19, 2016 edition of PRI's The World.
When I first got started selling on eBay all of those years ago, every day was a challenge. I was never sure where my next buck was coming from, or if I’d have enough to make the next rent check. Selling online is a bit like taking a giant roller-coaster ride, especially in the beginning. Your goal is to get to that point where you can keep bringing in a steady cash flow. This isn't going let you quit your day job, not right away anyhow. But it will probably help you make the payment on a new house, or that new Beamer you’ve been eyeing for the last several years.
Personal finance is not just about cutting back. It is about properly allocating your money (also known as spending your money on the things on your financial priority list). In order to convey the importance of proper allocation, I have broken this book into 13 different sections, beginning with chapter one, which is all about the first step of saving money: getting mentally prepared.
"No desarrolla la información que indica"
"Faith in Love Renewed, Woman Raising Money to Send World War II Vet to See His Former Love" is from the November 14, 2015 Life and Entertainment section of The Washington Post. It was written by Colby Itkowitz and narrated by Jill Melancon.
Jean Chatzky has heard all the excuses for why women don't deal with their finances. She used to make them herself. For the first time, Jean tells you how she made every financial mistake in the book (not paying her bills, going into credit card debt, letting her 401(k) lapse) before finally making the decision to take control of her money and her future.