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Publisher's Summary

FUBU cofounder and entrepreneur J. Alexander Martin shares his compelling story about how he helped build a neighborhood business into a billion-dollar international brand. Teaming with behavioral finance expert and author Ted McLyman, they present an easy to understand and useful road map for success and financial security. J uses his inspirational story as the backdrop to explain why financial success is about discovering your Money Values and Money Temperament. This book offers an enlightening account of how our human nature conspires against us when we make money choices. This is a revolutionary approach to financial success and a must-listen for everyone who must decide how to spend their hard earned money.
©2017 Cosby Media Production (P)2017 Cosby Media Production
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5 out of 5 stars
By Leon Cosby III on 03-31-18

Good life lessons from a person I could relate to

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would recommend this book to my friends and anyone who interested in understanding their relationship to money,

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1 out of 5 stars
By Linda Schmailes on 09-26-17

SHORT ON SUBSTANCE

What disappointed you about Money Makes Me Crazy?

Perhaps I should have started with the original book by Ted...as this is a book based on a pre existing book. It's a really slow read. There's no real usable advice at all, just a lot of pointless guff about the author, but none of it helpful or applicable to ones own life. Most of the time I was just so confused and annoyed by the banality.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Annoyed

Any additional comments?

If you're struggling with your finances don't waste money buying this!!

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