Your Money or Your Life: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial MORE

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Author: Dominguez, Joe

Edition: Reprint

Number Of Pages: 384

Details: Product Description Offers a nine-step program for living more meaningful lives, showing readers how to get out of debt, save money, reorder priorities, reserve inner conflicts, save the planet, and convert problems into opportunities. Reprint. 150,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo. Review There's a big difference between "making a living" and making a life. Do you spend more than you earn? Does making a living feel more like making a dying? Do you dislike your job but can't afford to leave it? Is money fragmenting your time, your relationships with family and friends? If so, Your Money or Your Life is for you. From this inspiring book, learn how to get out of debt and develop savings reorder material priorities and live well for less resolve inner conflicts between values and lifestyles convert problems into opportunities to learn new skills attain a wholeness of livelihood and lifestyle save the planet while saving money and much more From Publishers Weekly Based on their West Coast self-help seminars, the authors map a route to financial security through a prudent and environmentally friendly way of life. Author tour. Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. Review For most people money is a source of stress and a controlling force in our lives: we spend the majority of our day thinking about money (getting it and spending it) or working for it. Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez, now international lecturers, have developed a unique program for changing the way we interact with money. It's based on getting out of debt, living minimally and moving beyond the obsession most of us have with the green stuff at one level or another. By first minutely considering how much of our "life energy" is actually spent in the acquisition of money, where that money is spent (you'll be amazed), and how our consumption affects the entire planet, we can more comfortably re-prioritize our values, save money by living frugally (buying used, bartering services, paying off debt) and eventually achieve financial independence. The end result is that we can learn to live "at the peak of the Fulfillment Curve, always having plenty but never burdened by excess." Sounds like a bargain. -- From ; review by Ilene Rosoff Required reading for everyone. -- About the Author Vicki Robin���is a renowned innovator, writer, and speaker. In addition to coauthoring the bestselling Your Money or Your Life, Robin has been at the forefront of the sustainable living movement. She has received awards from Co-Op America and Sustainable Northwest and was profiled in Utne Magazine���s book Visionaries: People and Ideas to Change Your Life. She lives on Whidbey Island in Washington. Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Our life energy is our allotment of time here on earth, the hours of precious life available to us. When we go to our jobs we are trading our life energy for money. This truth, while simple, is profound. Less obvious but equally true, when we go to the welfare office, we are trading our life energy for money....So, while money has no intrinsic reality, our life energy does-at least to us. It's tangible, and it's finite. Life energy is all we have. It is precious because it is limited and irretrievable and because our choices about how we use it express the meaning and purpose of our time here on earth.

Release Date: 01-10-1993

Package Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.6 x 1.1 inches

Languages: English