• Money: The Psychology of Money

  • Master Your Saving and Spending Habits
  • By: James John
  • Narrated by: Stephen Hufford
  • Length: 25 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 08-18-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: James John
  • 3.8 (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Master your saving and spending habits.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your understanding of money and help you to master money saving and spending habits. Your money-making capabilities depend on your understanding of the psychology of money. Even you buy money-saving books to learn about money-making, without understanding the psychology of money, it will be difficult for you to change your money mindset.
What made you buy this book? Are you facing the same problems others have understanding money? Are you wondering why you are failing to save enough money even after reading many money-saving books? Why you are not able to stop yourself buying unneeded and costly items? Have you ever wondered why you handle money the way you do? Perhaps you're a saver and you feel satisfaction every time you look at your growing account balances and displeasure when you need to buy something or maybe you enjoy doing shopping, looking at life as something to enjoy, so you buy on impulse and pay little attention to how you'll survive in the future. A good money mindset is always needed to have good personal finance.
While many people believe that money-handling habits come from parents or caregivers, current research is proving that our habits aren't just based on conditioning and money management lessons we learned as kids. There are spenders and savers in the same families, kids who grew up in poverty and still develop great wealth, and heirs who blow the family fortune.
If it's not how you're brought up, what does shape the way you view money?
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