Budgeting is very important, and women often face unique issues that need to be talked about. Luckily, these books address some of this.Â And, whether we like it or not, money does usually control our opportunities and, more generally our life. I believe that having a solid financial plan is key for all your other goals in life, and these books are perfect if you know you need help with budgeting.
The Soul of Money is a completely different book on money. Lynne Twist walks readers through an examination of their relationship and mindsets around money. She deftly weaves personal anecdotes and theory into an incredibly readable, entertaining book. Yes – an entertaining book about money! Reading this forced me to confront my own judgements around money and how those limiting beliefs impact my wealth & wealth consciousness. Highly recommended!
This book provides sound teaching and practical guidance for learning how to manage finances and invest in your future. If you are ready to move out of financial bondage and into financial freedom, then Money Matters will provide you with hope and positive direction while building your faith and increasing your ability to walk in generosity.
WRITING, IS A Great Career! In this day and age of technology it has never been easier to write stories, books, on-line posts, etc., and earn money! There are so many outlets for writers and HOW TO WRITE YOUR BOOK, From an Idea to Your Published Story, is ready to help you. So why not Do IT NOW!!
Do You Write or Want To Write? Creative Writing is a fun, therapeutic and a great way to earn a living. Most people want to write, and in this day and age of technology, it has never been easier to write, publish and sell stories and/or books . HOW TO WRITE YOUR BOOK, From an Idea to Your Published Story, makes it easy. Written as a road trip, to get anyone from an idea to a finished story, the fun part comes in when our 3 Wise Guides, the writer, editor, and publisher give their quips, advice and guidance to get through even the most difficult Write road blocks. In 12 Chapters these characters are constantly alerting the writer to ways to accomplish their objective of a finished story.
If you’ve ever felt you should be making more money or in a job you love a whole lot more, but it feels out of reach or too late, this book is for you. Sincero talks money mindset in a way that even the biggest cynic will relate to, with a whole lot of humour and real world examples. This book inspired massive change in my life, it led to me earning a hell of a lot more money (while stressing a whole lot less about investing in myself), launching a new business and just being way nicer to myself on a daily basis. Go read it, it will change your life.
There are lots of books out there but this one offers such a treasure load of information. It’s a quick easy read. It provides insight on tackling debt, negotiating, asking for what you want, before you say I do, all the way to money terminology. The books takes you on a journey that provides tips for dealing with the unexpected and paying it forward. All things women need to know about money, this will get you started!
At age 31, while in the process of a divorce with no child support, alimony or other source of income and only $2,000 to her name, Nancy moved herself and her children 70 miles and started her own business in an industry she knew nothing about. At the new location she was offered a salaried position at a higher pay than she ever had before but realized they were hiring her at the top of the ladder leaving no place to grow. She knew she did not want a job – she needed a career, so she proceeded to start her own financial planning and asset management business. She knew nothing about saving, investing or financial planning and had never owned a CD, mutual fund or anything other than a savings account, and set out to learn what she needed to do a great job for her clients and build a successful business. She felt even if the business didn’t work out, what she would learn about managing money would help her to raise her children. After building the business to $200 million in assets under management, she sold her practice.
Teaches women how to reassess their financial situation as they approach mid-life, smart decisions to make about money, how to invest, how to budget, how to improve their career.
Teaches young women how to reassess their financial situation, smart decisions to make about money, how to invest, how to budget, how to improve their career.
This book is essential reading for all women, because you will learn that there are easier ways to make money.
One of my favourite books on finance that I recommend to patients is this great book by Darren Hardy. He is author of Success Magazine and knows a thing or two about success! I really believe that managing financial health helps improve overall health – hence my frequent “prescription” of this book.
This book is an excellent book for people who want to learn about the psychology of money and want to change their mindset about it.
Wealthy, smart and successful people get swindled every day, and it’s not always from petty thieves or ex-cons, but from people they believe they can trust, including financial advisors, stockbrokers, and realtors. There are many steps one can take to help insulate against suffering financial ruin and they can be found in an eye-opening book, The Madoffs Among Us: Combat The Scammers, Con Artists, and Thieves Who are Plotting to Steal Your Money (Career Press), by William M. Francavilla, CFP.
- 6 top scams perpetuated by con artists in America today.
- Why so many smart people fall prey to financial scams.
- 7 financial concepts everyone needs to understand.
- 3 types of financial advisors one must avoid.
- 5 most important questions you should ask your financial advisor.
- How to avoid losing money to fraudsters and embezzlers the way Billy Joel, Sting, and Robert DeNiro were ripped off millions of dollars.
- The tragedy of stealing from the elderly: how to protect your aging parents and loved ones.
- How women are specifically targeted by dishonest financial advisors.
- How inflation, deflation, and geopolitical events play a big role in how we protect our wealth.
- What to understand about your financial advisor’s credentials.
The B.A.B.E.’s Guide to Generational Wealth, is for every woman seeking to cultivate a wealth building mindset and looking to build wealth through inheritance, investing, asset protection, and savings. Reese shares her journey from borrowing six figures to become a lawyer, graduating during the Great Recession of 2008, being the target of inheritance theft, battling to save the home she inherited from a reverse mortgage and learning how to stack money as a millennial and a woman.
The book empowers women so that they can live a more abundant life. It explains the importance of a budget, and how to developing a spending plan. The book provides step-by-step instructions on how to get started. Women must take hold of their money, implement a plan, and be sure that their goals are aligned with their actions. Following the suggestions will lead to a more abundant life.
I read this book and felt so empowered to take over my finances. It is a wonderful inspiration to women who want encouragement to start dealing with their financial future, without fretting.
#16 The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated, by Helaine Olen and Harold Pollack
Without relating to the psychological aspect of money spending, this concise book gives some very specific, pragmatic advice on handling money. It offers ten rules that could fit on an index card. I loved this book.
There’s a number of reasons girls treat the money as something to rely on in difficult times, instead of as an opportunity for investment. This book teaches us to look at the money differently, and be brave enough to consider getting rich, instead of just being secure.
If you’re 20- or 30- something, this book is for you. In The Broke Millenial, Erin Lowry helps you take control of your finances. She walks you through figuring out a plan on managing student loans without freaking out and also teaches you how to handle situations like splitting bills on a night out with friends. Most importantly, she helps you understand your relationship with money because that is critical to becoming better with your moolah. With simple, actionable advice, this book will make it easy for millennial women to master their finances.
Budgeting Is More Liberation than Limitation takes a holistic look at your finances and budget. It highlights the importance of creating and following a budget by speaking to the one thing that every woman understands: freedom. While providing practical examples and insights, this book shows females how budgeting and actively managing their finances can give them the freedom to live the life they desire.