The Power to Prosper: 21 Days to Financial Freedom

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Zondervan, 2010 - Business & Economics - 227 pages
13 Reviews
In her softcover book The Power to Prosper, award-winning writer Michelle Singletary has a field-tested financial challenge for you. For twenty-one days, you will put away your credit cards and buy only what you need for survival. With Michelle's guidance during this three-week financial fast, you'll discover how to: *Break your spending habit *Handle money with your significant other or your spouse *Break your bondage to debt with the Debt Dash Plan *Make smart investments *Be prepared for any contingency with a Life Happens Fund *Stop worrying about money and find the priceless power of financial peace As you discover practical ways to achieve financial freedom, you'll experience something even more amazing ... your faith and generosity will increase, too.
  

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Review: The Power to Prosper: 21 Days to Financial Freedom

User Review  - Mary Keenan - Goodreads

This is the first finance book I've read and I read this one because it was recommended by a friend. I found lots of helpful tips and truths while completing the fast. I will definitely carry the ... Read full review

Review: The Power to Prosper: 21 Days to Financial Freedom

User Review  - Libby - Goodreads

The Power to Prosper urges readers to embark on a 21 day fast from all but necessary spending. I definitely appreciated several of the tips but I think this is a bit too extreme. For instance ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
9
A Biblical Perspective on Prosperity
11
PART ONE GODS POWER TO PROSPER
17
21 Days to Financial Freedom
19
A Promise of Prosperity
32
Gods Generosity
41
Tithing Today
50
PART TWO PREPARE YOURSELF TO PROSPER
63
Matrimonial Money
115
The Impact of an Inheritance
122
The Devil Is in the Debt
135
The Curse of Credit
151
The Stupidity of Surety
161
Greed Will Not Bring Grace
170
Financial Fornication
177
PART FOUR
185

The Evils of Entitlement
65
Coveting versus Contentment
74
The Providence of Preparation
80
The Salvation of Saving
97
Diversification Delivers
108
Broken Bonds
192
Relationships Rescued
204
Blank Budget Worksheet
214
Starting Your 30Day Spending Journal
220
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About the author (2010)

Michelle Singletary writes an award-winning personal finance column for The Washington Post called 'The Color of Money,' which appears in more than one hundred newspapers across the country. The author of two other books, Singletary has appeared on numerous national television and radio programs, including Oprah, The Today Show, The Early Show, The View, Meet the Press, CNN, MSNBC, Nightline, Tavis Smiley, NPR, The Diane Rehm Show, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, and Yolanda Adams Morning Show. Her television program, Singletary Says, can still be seen on TV One. To learn more visit www.michellesingletary.com or www.washingtonpost.com/michelle-singletary.

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