Monday, September 19, 2011
The Problem With Money? It's Not About the Money! by Jane Honeck
Published by Reversing Falls Press
If you need an attitude adustment about money then The Problem with Money? if the book for you to read. Consise and to the point in just 122 pages.
This was an enjoyable read for me. Sections are short and to the point. Sections are split up among 7 chapters. Starting with chapter 2 there are questions at the end of each short section. You are asked to record them in a journal. There is also a worksheet section in the back of the book for your answers.
Starting in Chapter 3, the author takes you through visualization exercises. It's quite interesting just what you do see when you follow the directions. A real eye opener.
From the back cover of the book: The Problem with Money? It's Not About the Money! guides you through a journey of self-discovery into the beliefs you hold that drive your financial behaviors. And it shows how awareness of these beliefs, and the steps you can take to gain dominion over them, can lead you to much greater control over the money choices.
About the author: Jane Honeck, author, speak, and seminar leader, had been a CPA for over 30 years. She has also been on a quest of inner discovery for more than a decade, and as a result, has become a Certified Empowerment Trainer. Walking these dual paths has allowed her to combine her extensive money management experience with her in-depth awareness of human consciousness to develop the Cent$ible Living money program, assisting people in gaining real mastery over their financial lives. Jane lives in Maine, where she writes and works with clients as a Money Coach, Personal Financial Specialist and CPA.
I recommend this fun and informative read. I read several sections of it out loud to my husband but I do hope he will read the book in it's entirety on his own. It's a real eye-opener to realize just where your money beliefs began, and how to change them.
Disclaimer: I rec'd this book from News & Experts for the purpose of this review. I was not compensated in any other way. All opinions are my own.