How to Be A Financial Grownup

How to Be A Financial Grownup

Proven Advice From High Achievers on How to Live your Dreams and Have Financial Freedom

Book - 2016
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Bobbi Rebell, award-winning TV anchor and personal finance columnist at Thomson Reuters, taps into her exclusive network of business leaders to share with you stories of the financial lessons they learned early in their lives that helped them become successful. She then uses these stories as jumping off points to offer specific, actionable advice on how you can become a financial grownup just like them.

Financial role models such as Author Tony Robbins, Entrepreneur Ivanka Trump, Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary, Mad Money's Jim Cramer, Designer Cynthia Rowley, Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren, Zillow's CEO Spencer Rascoff, PwC's CEO Bob Moritz, and twenty others share their stories with you.

The book walks you through some of the biggest money decisions you'll make regarding real estate, investing, debt management, careers, friends and money, family finances, and even health and wellness. You're guided by proven examples and given the information you need to make choices that are right for you.

How to Be a Financial Grownup will especially appeal to you if you're interested in new ideas to better manage your finances, especially if you're going through life changes where you have to pay more attention to your financial well-being.
Publisher: Palmyra, VA : Maven House Press, 2016.
ISBN: 9781938548666
Branch Call Number: 332.024 Reb
Characteristics: xix, 212 pages : photographs ; 23 cm


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Jul 03, 2017

Everybody grows up in different ways and at different moments. Hearing those moments of realization from different successful people, from Tony Robbins to Kevin O’Leary, from Ivanka Trump to Drew Barrymore, can provide invaluable insight that can illuminate paths in your own life. However, there is a great deal of no-duh info here. As interesting as it was to hear individual stories, those epiphanies didn't provide me with new information, new lessons learned, not like I'd hoped. Perhaps I've read one too many finance books. Maybe it's my own fault, but HOW TO BE A FINANCIAL GROWN-UP didn't offer me a single revelation. I wouldn't recommend it.

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