Do you wish that you could get ahead when it comes to your finances? You’re not alone – if book sales are anything to go by. In fact, millions of people all over the country would like to find ways to get their finances in shape and finally get the lifestyles that they want.
Authors, as you might expect, have responded to this need. There are countless books out there, promising to transform your finances and get you on the road to economic success. But what are they? And how can you benefit from them?
Dear Debt: A Book About Breaking Up With Debt by Melanie Lockert
If you hop onto sites like DTSS freedom, you’ll find a lot of information about how debt wrecks people’s lives. But you’ll also discover that it is something from which you can escape. Lockert puts out a similar message in her book, Dear Debt: A Book About Breaking Up With Debt. The book is interesting because it is both practical and psychological. It deals with both issues in one fell swoop and talks about the mentality behind borrowing. Ultimately, it is manual that helps people navigate tricky emotions when paying off debt.
The Recovering Spender By Lauren Greutman
Are you addicted to spending money? If so, you’ll love The Recovering Spender by Lauren Greutman. In it, she talks about her journey from being $40,000 in debt to financial freedom. And she takes people through the various twists and turns of how she was able to dig herself out of a hole and finally get the lifestyle that she wanted. Her tale involves things like her emotions as well as her network marketing strategy that provided the income she needed to get out of the red and into the black. At the end of the book, you’ll have a good understanding of both why you are in debt, and how you can get out of it.
Your Money Or Your Life By Vicki Robin
Your Money Or Your Life is a book that forces you to think carefully about your life as a complete entity. It reminds readers that there is no point just living for the moment (when it comes to personal finances). And that taking the long view is the only approach that ever worked for anyone, including so-called “overnight successes.”
Your Money or Your Life is an exciting collection of ideas. The book progresses in a series of nine steps, designed to help you navigate the trickiness of the economic world and get a grip on your personal finances. The idea is to see money as less of an accounting exercise and something that is intrinsically related to life itself.
The Automatic Millionaire By David Bach
Saving and investing seem like really complicated things if you don’t understand them. But as Bach points out in this exciting book, it’s easy once you know how. At the root of his argument is the notion that you can actually automate your financial life. And when you do, you can get significant returns and stop thinking endlessly about your portfolio.
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