Debt Is Slavery

Debt Is Slavery

And 9 Other Things I Wish My Dad Had Taught Me About Money

Book - 2007
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Do you ever wake up in the morning and groan, "I don't want to go to work today?" Then you think about all the bills you have to pay, drag yourself of a warm bed and go to work anyway. Does it seem like you never get ahead financially? Does debt cause you worry and anxiety? Do you want to gain control of your money and your life? This book will teach you how to: Change the way you think about money ; Release yourself from the slavery of debt ; Gain control of your finances ; Buy back your life and freedom ; Recognize and resist the constant attempts to separate you from your money ; Find a job that fulfills you ; Produce income without trading away your time ; Achieve your financial goals. Nobody should be a lave to their finances. Read this book and transform your life!" --Cover, p. 4.
Publisher: Seattle, Wash. : October Mist Pub., c2007.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780978545703
Branch Call Number: 332.024 Mih
Characteristics: 123 p. ; 22 cm.


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Feb 23, 2018

The book itself is for beginners and it has some sound foundations for those who are relatively new to self-management. The book is not good for anyone who needs to advance beyond the very basic and essential mindsets that are not based in materialism or poor debt management. Insofar as financial advice or pragmatic methodology for economic profit it isn't particularly strong in those departments and simply introduces barebones Money-as-Time concepts without real valuations.

This book changed the way I look at my finances, and convinced me to clean up my act. While some of the language is brutally honest, sometimes that's what is needed to get results.


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