QUESTION > Why don't we show our money the same care and attention that we shower on every other important relationship in our lives? ANSWER > Because we don't have a relationship with money. CORRECTION > We do have a relationship with money, it's just a totally dysfunctional one. Suze Orman investigates the relationship women have with money ...
QUESTION > Why don't we show our money the same care and attention that we shower on every other important relationship in our lives? ANSWER > Because we don't have a relationship with money. CORRECTION > We do have a relationship with money, it's just a totally dysfunctional one. Suze Orman investigates the relationship women have with money in this groundbreaking new book. With her signature mix of insight, compassion, and soul-deep recognition awareness to overcome the blocks that have kept them from getting the most out of the money they make. At the centre of the book is The Save Yourself Plan, a streamlined, five-month programme that delivers genuine long-term financial security. But, as Suze explains, what's at stake is far bigger that money itself: it's about every woman's sense of who she is and what she deserves. Since its release in the USA, Women & Money has been a fixture on the New York Times bestseller list and has also been a bestseller on Amazon.com. This edition has been specifically tailored to educate, inspire and support Australian readers.
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Absolutely eye-opening book for youngsters, newcomers to US of either genders and women who used to rely on their men in money matters.
Sound advice for everyday dealing with money, bills, credit cards and more. Plain explanations what to do and why. What to avoid and why.
The best element is that Suze makes excellent connection between mundane boring things such as keeping papers in order, saving-cutting expenses to brilliant spirituality and express your love to your family.
I checked the book out from library, read it and then decided to buy it. My spouse loves the book, too.
I would love my friends, especially females, will borrow it to read.
I'm sure I'll would read it more times.
Nov 16, 2007
Women and Money
Suze has done it again! Another wonderful treatise on how to manage ones money. This is especially insightful from a woman's perspective. Suze makes every attempt to keep women from being separated from their money; and for those smart enough to read and understand, this book is extremely effective. I would most certainly encourage anyone beginning in a relationship to read this fabulous book. It exposes the traps and pitfalls that can keep a woman from realizing her true financial potential. As a man, I found this book to be extremely valuable since it helps to empower my partner and myself to avoid problems with our money. After all, every man should want a woman who can make intelligent financial decisions without being influenced by the materialistic desires in life. I was amazed at the information this book delivered. It is refreshing to have someone on the scene like Suze to give us all a guide on how to handle our financial lives. Inevitably, I learn something new every time I read anything written by this energetic individual. Just remember what Suze says.....
People first... then money... then things.....stay safe out there!
May 7, 2007
My Women & Money Review
I read the book I think Suze Orman has written another good book it explains in full detial what a women need to feel confident, as well as powerful. Suze's insight is excellet! I feel most average women not understanding anything about finance, credit, or securing money get a good idea of where to start and how to make their goals happen!!!! This book is excellent for any women to gain the respect, and self esteem they need financially as either a at home mother or a career women
Publishers Weekly, 2007-04-30 Orman, whose sunny demeanor and sage personal finance advice have won the hearts of millions of readers and viewers of her eponymous CNBC show, dishes out money basics especially for women. Why is it, she asks, that in an age where women are earning larger paychecks than ever before and attaining ever-higher positions in the corporate world, that so many feel like they are drowning in debt and financial ignorance? Orman begins with some classic schadenfreude by telling her own inspiring story: the college dropout and waitress, primarily on the basis of her gangbusters personality, got some customers to loan her money to start her own restaurant-but the clueless neophyte promptly lost every penny to a shady broker. Undeterred, she decided to educate herself about money by becoming a broker herself. She shares her hard-won wisdom with trademark enthusiasm. This is a book for total beginners-those who need to learn the difference between a savings and a checking account, or between a traditional IRA and a Roth. But even financially savvy listeners will enjoy Orman's chatty style, accentuated by the conversational and intimate approach she takes with the narration. Simultaneous release with the Spiegel & Grau hardcover (Reviews, Mar. 5). (Feb.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
Publishers Weekly, 2007-03-05 Bestselling author (2005's The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke, etc.) and host of her own CNBC show, Orman encourages women to "give to yourself as much as you give of yourself" in her ninth financial advice book, sure to resonate with legions of readers who will appreciate her straightforward advice and supportive tone. Aiming squarely for a female audience, Orman guides readers through the very basics of finances. She explores why women have dysfunctional relationships with money and notes the ways they undervalue themselves or "treat themselves as a commodity whose price is set by others," while also sharing the story of her own evolving relationship with her finances. Though her explanation of the "8 qualities of a wealthy woman" (harmony, balance, courage, etc.) is more inspirational than practical, she also presents a concrete five-month "save yourself plan" for financial repair, starting with setting aside checking and savings accounts, fixing one's credit rating, saving for retirement, setting up a will and purchasing home insurance. This encouraging guide will not intimidate women who are foundering financially. (Feb.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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