Dating Our Money: A Women's Guide to Confidence with Money and Men

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AuthorHouse, Jul 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
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"Leslie takes two hard subjects, money and men, and tackles them head-on in a beautifully honest, authentic, and eye-opening way. A must-read for all women!" - Theresa Salihu-Musso, Success Coach and Author of Rebounding: A Practical Guide for Getting Up (and Getting Over It!) "Strong Relationships make life better. Leslie gets to the core elements of what helps and hurts women in their relationships with men and money. This topic is so important...don't miss a page."-Cherry Norris, The Hollywood Dating Director "Leslie has written a powerful book that will help any enterprising woman create a roadmap for her financial future. I highly recommend it!" -- Monica Smiley, Publisher/CEO, Enterprising Women magazine. "Dating Our Money" empowers women to take control of their financial lives. Leslie Bishop's wonderful insights make learning about money fun and relatable for all and her entertaining style lets readers have a good laugh while gaining confidence in their ability to manage their money." Mary Cantando, Author, The Woman's Advantage "Make a date with this book! It will be a great investment in you."- Pamela Mundra, Financial Analyst

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About the author (2011)

Leslie Greenman entered the financial industry after her husband passed on at age 35. She suddenly became a single mother of two boys (ages 2 and 4) and learned how quickly life can unexpectedly change. She started doing public speaking on the topic, "Where there is a Will, there is a Way. She went into the financial industry to help women plan for the unexpected curveballs life throws us like death, divorce or illness. Through her tough experiences of becoming suddenly single, she realized how easily women can be misinformed and taken advantage of. This book empowers women with the knowledge and confidence they need to make informative choices with money and men.

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