The Woman's Guide to Money

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Insomniac Press, Sep 10, 2009 - Business & Economics - 246 pages
Does thinking about money cause you anxiety and stress? Many women are the primary money managers in their families today and find themselves trapped by cultural and social conditioning which brings up feelings of negativity and inadequacy. It doesn't have to be this way. Money can be a tool for creating the life you have always wanted. Written for women by a woman, The Woman's Guide to Money helps women take life-changing actions that will free our lives of money-related guilt and worry. By rethinking the way we look at money, we can learn how to help ourselves overcome the barriers that prevent us from pursuing our own prosperity. Many of us tend to have a preprogrammed sense of guilt when it comes to money, when instead we should have confidence and satisfaction. In this step-by-step guide, women will learn how to see the differences between ''net worth'' and ''self-worth, '' how to overcome the fear of finances, and how to set goals and follow through with a plan. This book is about freedom, independence, and empowerment; it reveals how women can and should look beyond mere dollars to formulate an understanding of true wealth and abundance OCo one that is not about greed and power, but concerned with life-enriching prosperity."
 

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Contents

Introduction
13
Chapter One
27
Chapter Two
49
Chapter Three
69
Chapter Four
93
Chapter Five
129
Chapter Six
163
Chapter Seven
195
Conclusion
235
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Kelley Keehn is a financial expert, speaker, media personality, and author of seven books. She was a contributor for CNBC (New York), a nationally syndicated columnist with CBC radio, and in 2009, was quoted in Oprah's O Magazine. Today she is proud to be the financial host of W Network's Burn My Mortgage, a weekly columnist for the Globe and Mail and AOL's WalletPop Canada, and travelling across the country speaking for some of Canada's largest corporations. Visit www.kelleykeehn.com. Lisa Belanger is a Ph.D. Provisional Candidate at the University of Alberta.

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