Know yourself, know your money : discover why you handle money the way you do, and what to do about it! / Rachel Cruze ; [foreword by Dave Ramsey].Material type: TextPublisher: Franklin, TN : Ramsey Press, 2021Copyright date: �2020Description: xiii, 249 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781942121312; 1942121318Subject(s): Finance, Personal | Budget | Retirement -- Planning | Retirement -- Planning | Budget | Finance, PersonalGenre/Form: Self-help publications. | Instructional and educational works. | Instructional and educational works. | Self-help publications.Additional physical formats: Online version:: Know yourself, know your moneyDDC classification: 332.024 LOC classification: HG179 | .C788 2021
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-249).
Introduction -- Discovering your personal money mindset. Your childhood money classroom ; Stressed money classrooms ; Calm money classrooms ; Your unique money tendencies ; Your money fears, part 1 ; Your money fears, part 2 ; How to respond to money mistakes ; The best way to respond when money mistakes happen -- Discovering what you do with money and why. What motivates you to spend money ; What motivates you to save money ; Discovering what's most important to you ; What motivates you to give money ; How committed are you to winning with money? ; Change your money and your life -- Conclusion.
"Do you want to improve your money-and your life-for good? Then you need to understand why you handle money the way you do! The basics of personal finance, like budgeting and saving, may be black and white, but there are deeper reasons you make the choices you do with money. That's why, in Know Yourself, Know Your Money, #1 New York Times bestselling author and money expert Rachel Cruze goes beyond the basics to help you understand you-and what that means for your money. She'll help you answer questions like: What do I believe about money and why? Why do I keep making the same money mistakes? Why can't my spouse and I get on the same page about money? and How do I make lasting progress with my money? Understanding why you handle money the way you do changes everything. It means you can build on your strengths, change your bad habits for good, improve your relationships, and see some serious life-change in the process. You can get out of debt and stay that way. You can partner with your spouse more effectively. You can build wealth and reach your goals faster. When you know yourself and your money, you can ultimately live life on your terms-doing the things that matter most to you"-- Provided by publisher.