Not a day goes by that we do not see advertising or SPAM for some get rich quick program, video, CD or book. Indeed, how to succeed or make money books are a dime a dozen and at a used garage sale don’t laugh, I have actually seen them in boxes marked “Free – take as many as you want!” Nevertheless, every once in a while a book on personal finances or making money hits the spot.
No, I am not saying that you should spend every waking hour thinking about money, but you had better have a plan if you want to live a good life and have enough money to live comfortably. As they say money does not grow on trees, nor are you going to win the lottery.
“Creating Money” by Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer
This book takes a holistic approach to money making. It starts by asking the reader what it is that they want to do, what they like, what they want out of life itself for instance. For some this book may sound pretty hokey, but in a philosophical sort of sense, it makes cents, which if you are careful add up to dollars towards your affirmation, dreams and goals. Well, it’s that sort of book. Indeed, and of course, it is not all that easy and you cannot expect the heavens to suddenly open up and rain $100 bills, but using this approach with a little monetary savvy, you can get from here to there, if that is where you are deemed to go. Where do you learn a little bit of monetary savvy? Well how about this book:
“Money Confidential – secrets of Financial Security in Tricky Times” 1997.
Now then, it is my contention that you become more acquainted with money and stop wasting it, start saving and start leveraging it for your own benefit. It helps to be psychologically and emotionally balanced when it comes to money. Maybe you should start today and read up on it a bit?