This revolutionary four-week wealth plan shows you how to stop chasing money and start creating joyful, powerful, and meaningful wealth.
Most of us believe that pounding our way through our days is the only way to prosperity and success. We sacrifice time with our loved ones, our weekends, our vacations, and perhaps even our sanity, in exchange for a paycheck. We put ourselves and our health at the bottom of our priority list and give everything to the great pursuit. We want to have it all, but don't find satisfaction in any of our achievements. Instead, we find ourselves sitting in our offices and big houses feeling unhappy, broke, burnt out, and unfulfilled. Beautiful Money offers another option.
This book does more than show readers how to make more money, streamline personal finances, and learn how to invest and budget. The Beautiful Money program is based on the simple but powerful premise that in order to achieve true wealth, you must connect and align your inner self with clear and specific external actions. Based on Leanne Jacobs’s popular Beautiful Money course, this book shows you how to connect in a deep and meaningful way with yourself and your money. Beautiful Money takes a holistic approach to increasing net worth.
Readers eager to join the wealth bandwagon should flock to this well-written guide, which lays out a four-week roadmap for creating "holistic wealth." Week one is all about "clearing out the clutter" in your mind and adjusting your attitude about wealth, author Jacobs writes. Readers need to be "crystal clear" about their personal desires. The quick attitude quiz and prosperity scorecard help readers divine their inner feelings toward wealth. Some readers may be put off by Jacobs's suggestions to ask the universe for money or "let go and let God," but the book's unfailing optimism and positive results (both the author's and her clients') will undoubtedly persuade many readers to persevere. "Beautiful Money Tips" are scattered everywhere, on topics such as how to calmly approach financial decisions and why disconnecting from phones or the Internet is a positive step. Readers familiar with the self-help genre will recognize key tools such as vision boards, affirmations, mantras, and the emphasis on written goals. The author is so confident that readers will attract wealth that at the end there is a "Don't Become a Money Monster!" warning with key indicators in case readers take their success too far and become cruel but wealthy success stories.