Your Money or Your Life: 9 Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence
"The seminal guide to the new morality of personal money management" (Los Angeles Times(on the first edition))In an age of great economic uncertainty when everyone is concerned about money and how they spend what they have, this new edition of the bestselling Your Money or Your Life is an... show more
"The seminal guide to the new morality of personal money management" (Los Angeles Times(on the first edition))In an age of great economic uncertainty when everyone is concerned about money and how they spend what they have, this new edition of the bestselling Your Money or Your Life is an essential read. With updated resources, an easy-to-use index, and anecdotes and examples particularly relevant today-it tells you how to:? get out of debt and develop savings? reorder material priorities and live well for less? resolve inner conflicts between values and lifestyle? save the planet while saving money? and much moreIn Your Money or Your Life, Vicki Robin shows readers how to gain control of their money and finally begin to make a life, rather than just make a living.
Publish date: December 16th 2008
Pages no: 328
Edition language: English
, Self Help
, Personal Development
, How To
Your Money or Your Life is a different kind of finance book. It's not a get-rich-quick scheme or a lecture about how utterly stupid you are with money. It's a healthy perspective on the value of money. The tone of the book can be overbearingly optimistic and idealistic at times, especially for a cyn...
I find that the people who are writeing this book are writing it for people with more money than me, however it is still valuabale as I am implimenting some of the finantial advice that they have which is helping me save money.
As far as thinking about financial issues goes, this was something of a breakthrough for me. So, he changed my mind. I'm not so sure that the influence has extended to my actions, but that would be my fault, right?