Almost everyone in the modern world is unhappy with the money they make. From those who barely earn a living to billionaires, nobody is thrilled with their level of income. Why?
This book offers thought provoking explanations of why most of us have such a difficult relationship with money. The author gives down to earth ideas for truly understanding why you spend money, why you want the things you want, and how you can develop a much healthier relationship with finances.
After reading this book, just about everyone can make their money stretch further while earning much more.
Just about everyone spends most of their day working hard to earn an income. Then it’s gone in a flash as we pay for necessary expenses and just a few luxuries – often far fewer luxuries than we really want.
Come to think of it, have you ever heard someone complain about having too much money? Even millionaires worry their home isn’t large enough and they don’t have enough luxury automobiles. Billionaires are concerned they could finance a new university business department, but didn’t get their name on the new professional sports stadium.
Money Please Come Back gets down to the nitty gritty of why most men and women have trouble properly adjusting our relationships with money. The book clearly examines common problems often associated with finances. It often affects health creating more stress, avoidance, confusion, loss of sleep, and feeling we are a failing casualty of modern life.
The author steps the reader through a foundational blueprint to achieve maximum earning and savings outcomes. You get solid, proven strategies for earning more, spending only on the things you really want and need, with plenty left over to save and invest to grow your personal capitol to make future dreams come true.
When you consider money is the number one reason individuals feel depressed and couples fight, Money Please Come Back should be required reading for anyone who wants to quickly improve your life, happiness, and standard of living.
Targeted Age Group: 18 – 45