Your Money or Your Life

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ISBN: 1101539704
Release Date: 2008-12-10
Number of pages: 368
Author: Vicki Robin
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Your Money or Your Life in PDF and EPUB The "the best book on money period" according to Grant of Millennial Money (as featured on CNBC Make It), who followed its advice and became a self-made millionaire entrepreneur in only five years In an age of great economic uncertainty when everyone is concerned about money and how they spend what they have, this updated edition of the bestselling Your Money or Your Life is an essential read. Millennial Money's Grant explains: "The premise of it is that you exchange your time for money. And when you start thinking about how many hours of your life it took to save up the money to buy something, you really start thinking twice about your purchases." In 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. With this book, you'll learn how to: • Get out of debt and develop savings • Save money through mindfulness and good habits, not strict budgeting • Declutter your life and live well for less • Invest your savings and begin creating wealth • Save the planet while saving money • And much more! "The seminal guide to the new morality of personal money management." -Los Angeles Times


The Simple Path to Wealth

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ISBN: 1533667926
Release Date: 2016-06-18
Number of pages: 286
Author: J. Collins
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

Download and read online The Simple Path to Wealth in PDF and EPUB The author shares his personal techniques, insights and experiences regarding saving money and investing, drawn from his blog posts as well as a series of letters to his teenage daughter, both dealing with money management.


Cashing in on the American Dream

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ISBN: IND:30000026010011
Release Date: 1988
Number of pages: 227
Author: Paul Terhorst
Publisher: Bantam

Download and read online Cashing in on the American Dream in PDF and EPUB The author details how and why he retired, at age thirty-three, from a prestigious international accounting firm and presents, to those who do not want to spend the best years of their lives working, a blueprint for early retirement


How to Achieve Absolute Financial Freedom

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ISBN: 1930833008
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 439
Author: Joseph J. Janiczek
Publisher: Prosperity PressLlc

Download and read online How to Achieve Absolute Financial Freedom in PDF and EPUB Isn't it ironic? We are taught from early-childhood to become responsible and functional adults. Yet, when it comes to personal finances, we are left mostly to trial and error. We need a path and plan that will help us achieve the level of financial freedom to eliminate our exposure to economic dangers, build upon our talents and strengths. Reading this book is like receiving hundreds of hours of personal financial advice from one of this nation's most qualified and experienced financial advisors: Joseph J. Janiczek, MSFS, ChFC. In language that is down-to-earth and compassionate, Janiczek provides the direction, confidence and new capabilities needed to completely master money. His exceptional understanding of human nature combined with his broad experience and knowledge in personal finance shines through and grabs reader interest from beginning to end.


Disciplined Minds

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ISBN: 0742516857
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 304
Author: Jeff Schmidt
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online Disciplined Minds in PDF and EPUB This book details the battle one must fight to be an independent thinker, showing how an honest reassessment of what it means to be a professional in today's corporate society can be remarkably liberating. Poignant examples from the world of work reveal the workplace as a battleground for the very identity of the individual. Schmidt contends that professional work is inherently political—that the unstated duty of professionals is to maintain strict "ideological discipline." Career dissatisfaction evolves as workers lose control over the political component of their creative work. After reading this insightful book, no one who works for a living will ever think the same way about their job. Jeff Schmidt lives in Washington, D.C., where he is an editor forPhysics Today.


Consumer Detox

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ISBN: 9780310597490
Release Date: 2011-01-04
Number of pages: 272
Author: Revd. Mark Powley
Publisher: Zondervan

Download and read online Consumer Detox in PDF and EPUB Consumerism is everywhere. It shapes the way we eat, shop, rest, think, love and believe. We can’t escape it, but how can we live well in the midst of it? We are daily seduced by a 250 billion dollar marketing machine. But how often do we consider how this might influence us? The current prevailing orthodoxy is that life should be lived to the max. By contrast, Jesus modeled a life of joyful limitation – free to do; free not to do. Consumer Detox, complete with the Detox Diary in the back of the book with suggestions for each chapter, encouraging stories, and space for writing personal reflections, is for those who want to break out of a lifestyle dominated by consumerism and journey toward a richer, simpler, more generous life. Consumer Detox, written out of Mark Powley’s experience of making a change in his own life, is a three part book that will help you break out of the consumer mindset, slow down to enjoy the natural rhythms of life, and live a life of generosity. This book isn’t about living a smaller life but having a bigger vision, which can help you become everything you were made to be.


Choosing Simplicity

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ISBN: 0967206715
Release Date: 2000-01-01
Number of pages: 348
Author: Linda Breen Pierce
Publisher:

Download and read online Choosing Simplicity in PDF and EPUB This ground breaking work goes beyond the books that tell you how to simplify your life. This book reveals what has happened in the lives of real people who have done it. Based on the author's three-year study of over 200 people from 40 states and eight countries, Choosing Simplicity is a delightful and rich blend of real-life profiles and guidelines on simplicity. Interwoven throughout the stories are the author's insights and guidance for those who want to explore simplicity and those who have already embarked on this journey. The book also includes a 16-page Resource Guide with reviews of 42 books on simplicity, information on related web sites, organizations, simplicity study circles, workshops, newsletters and magazines.


Voluntary Simplicity Second Revised Edition

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ISBN: 9780061966347
Release Date: 2010-01-05
Number of pages: 240
Author: Duane Elgin
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online Voluntary Simplicity Second Revised Edition in PDF and EPUB “A manifesto for the only kind of future that promises sanity and the possibility of contentment. Bread and wine for the spirit.” —Sam Keen, author of Fire in the Belly Originally published in 1981 and hailed as the “bible” of the simplicity movement by The Wall Street Journal, Duane Elgin’s classic Voluntary Simplicity has been completely revised for our modern times. Elgin, who was honored in 2009 by The Ecologist, the U.K.’s leading environmental magazine, as one of ten important “visionaries,” offers a path “Toward a Way of Life That is Outwardly Simple, Inwardly Rich.” Voluntary Simplicity has already changed the lives of thousands of people. This new edition will profoundly influence countless more with its powerful, timely message of balance, frugality, and ecological awareness.


The Broke and Beautiful Life

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Release Date: 2015-01-01
Number of pages: 200
Author: Stefanie O'Connell
Publisher: Coventry House Publishing

Download and read online The Broke and Beautiful Life in PDF and EPUB After moving to New York City to become a Broadway actress, Stefanie O'Connell faced one of two inevitabilities when faced with unemployment--spiral into debt or learn how to effectively manage her money. Punctuated with humor, insight, and essential money management lessons, The Broke and Beautiful Life offers practical strategies to make smarter financial decisions today as a means to fulfill the goals and dreams of tomorrow. Specializing in personal finance (with an emphasis on personal), Stefanie engages those who shy away from the word "investing," scoff at the word "budget," and equate interest rates with "snooze fest." She encourages readers to redefine their relationship with money and approach budgeting as an exciting and sexy tool to transform from broke to beautiful while enjoying every step along the way.


All Your Worth

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ISBN: 9780743269889
Release Date: 2006-01-09
Number of pages: 304
Author: Elizabeth Warren
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online All Your Worth in PDF and EPUB A guide to achieving financial stability and prosperity encourages new ways to think about and manage money, discussing such topics as balancing a budget, planning for entertainment, and getting out of debt.


Worth It

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ISBN: 9781501141010
Release Date: 2017-02-07
Number of pages: 288
Author: Amanda Steinberg
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Worth It in PDF and EPUB From the founder and superstar CEO of DailyWorth.com—the go-to financial site for women with more than one million subscribers—comes a fresh book that redefines the relationship between women, self-worth, and money. Worth It shows women how to view money as a source of personal power and freedom—and live life on their terms. Millions of women want to create financial stability and abundance in their lives, but they don’t know how. They are stuck in overwhelming confusion and guilt, driven by internalized “money stories” that have nothing to do with what is really possible. As the founder of DailyWorth.com, a financial media and education platform, Amanda Steinberg encounters these smart, ambitious women every day. With this book, she helps them face their money stories head on and wake up to the prosperity that awaits them. Worth It outlines the essential financial information women need—and everything the institutions and advisors don’t spell out. Steinberg gets to the bottom of why women are stressed and anxious when it comes to their finances and teaches them to stay away from strict budgeting and other harsh austerity practices. Instead, she makes money relatable, while sharing strategies she uses herself to build confidence and ease in her own financial life. Through her first-hand experiences and the stories from other women who’ve woken up, Steinberg’s powerful and encouraging advice can help women of any age and income view money as a source of freedom and independence—and create bright financial futures.


How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life

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ISBN: 9780698139619
Release Date: 2014-10-09
Number of pages: 272
Author: Russ Roberts
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life in PDF and EPUB A forgotten book by one of history's greatest thinkers reveals the surprising connections between happiness, virtue, fame, and fortune. Adam Smith may have become the patron saint of capitalism after he penned his most famous work, The Wealth of Nations. But few people know that when it came to the behavior of individuals—the way we perceive ourselves, the way we treat others, and the decisions we make in pursuit of happiness—the Scottish philosopher had just as much to say. He developed his ideas on human nature in an epic, sprawling work titled The Theory of Moral Sentiments. Most economists have never read it, and for most of his life, Russ Roberts was no exception. But when he finally picked up the book by the founder of his field, he realized he’d stumbled upon what might be the greatest self-help book that almost no one has read. In How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life, Roberts examines Smith’s forgotten masterpiece, and finds a treasure trove of timeless, practical wisdom. Smith’s insights into human nature are just as relevant today as they were three hundred years ago. What does it take to be truly happy? Should we pursue fame and fortune or the respect of our friends and family? How can we make the world a better place? Smith’s unexpected answers, framed within the rich context of current events, literature, history, and pop culture, are at once profound, counterintuitive, and highly entertaining. From the Trade Paperback edition.


From Poverty to Power

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ISBN: 9780855985936
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 522
Author: Duncan Green
Publisher: Oxfam

Download and read online From Poverty to Power in PDF and EPUB Offers a look at the causes and effects of poverty and inequality, as well as the possible solutions. This title features research, human stories, statistics, and compelling arguments. It discusses about the world we live in and how we can make it a better place.


The Joy of Not Working

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ISBN: 1580085520
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 223
Author: Ernie John Zelinski
Publisher: Springer Science & Business

Download and read online The Joy of Not Working in PDF and EPUB In this completely revised and expanded edition, readers will learn how to create an excellent work/life balance by working less, producing more, and being more leisurely.


How To Retire Early And Live Well With Less Than A Million Dollars

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ISBN: 1580622011
Release Date: 2000-01-01
Number of pages: 272
Author: Gillette Edmunds
Publisher: Adams Media

Download and read online How To Retire Early And Live Well With Less Than A Million Dollars in PDF and EPUB Describes how a retiree can live comfortably on $500,000 or less.