- Paperback: 248 pages
- Publisher: Insomniac Press; 1 edition (May 22 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1897178085
- ISBN-13: 978-1897178089
- Product Dimensions: 14.7 x 1.5 x 22.9 cm
- Shipping Weight: 249 g
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #234,770 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Woman's Guide To Money Paperback – May 22 2006
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"Recognizing one's own behavioural biases is a key step in the development of a financial plan, but is too often overlooked when focusing on basis points instead of overall suitability. This book provides easy-to-follow guidance for individual investors to determine what kind of investors they really are and to prepare successfully for their retirement."-- Peter Klein, Associate Professor of Finance, RBC Investments Fellow, Academic Director, Global Asset and Wealth Management MBA, Segal Graduate School of Business, Simon Fraser University"This book is one of the best in highlighting the importance of proper asset allocation and how to achieve it. Written in a practical, easy-to-comprehend style, this book will help investors avoid financial fiascos." -- Ken Kivenko, Investor Advocate, President, Kenmar"When it comes to investing, understanding yourself is as important as understanding capital markets. Richard Deaves masterfully blends investment theory with behavioural finance to help you become a better investor." -- Howard J. Atkinson, CFA, CIMA, author of The New Investment Frontier III
About the Author
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 Bélanger is a Ph.D. Provisional Candidate at the University of Alberta.
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Written for women by a woman, The Woman's Guide to Money helps women take life-changing actions that will free them from money-related guilt and worry. By rethinking the way they look at money, women can learn to overcome the barriers that prevent them from pursuing their own prosperity. Many of us have a pre-programmed sense of guilt when it comes to money, where 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 gain an understanding of true wealth and abundance-one that is not about greed and power, but concerned with life-enriching prosperity.
the keys for financial and personal wealth. I found the exercises fun and enlightening and enjoyed her sense of humor and wit. Read this book and you will feel empowered on many levels.
This new book continues on in a logical direction from the previous. This time though she gives the reader more specific strategies and exercies to move through levels of awareness and behavioural changes. Chapter Six alone is well worth the price of the book as, it will help all who read it deal with one of lives most confining problems - fear.
As a man reading a book for woman, I found that the content applied to anyone who has a nervous system, and that should apply to anyone who does.
I am hoping Keehn continues to write on this subject, as I believe that she is one of the most innovative thinkers on the subject.
factor, Kelley Keehn has had some more fun by ensuring money can be fun, guiltless and accessable. It easy to read and follow through and will envoke possibilites for one to set goals and see results. Take a look and you will see it can be fun and most of all empower one to set some dreams afloat! Kathleen Mills
Take control of your prosperity by using these fundamental tools, paving the way for positive inner change, then celebrate as the money comes to you while you enjoy your life.
Author of Living with the Angels