In his first best seller, Financial Peace, Dave Ramsey taught us how to eliminate debt from our lives. Now in More Than Enough, he gives us the keys to building wealth while also creating a successful, united family. Drawing from his years of work with thousands of families and corporate employees, Ramsey presents the ten keys that guarantee family and financial peace, including: values, goals, patience, discipline, and giving back to one's community. Using these essential steps anyone can create prosperity, live debt-free, and achieve marital bliss around the issue of finances. Filled with stories of couples, single men and women, children, and single parents, More Than Enough will show you:
How to create a budget that fits your income and creates wealth
What finances and romance have to do with one another
What role values play in your financial life
How to retire wealthy in every way
And much, much more
Resonating with Ramsey's down-home, folksy voice, heartwarming case histories, inspiring insights, quotations from the Bible, and exercises, quizzes, and worksheets, More Than Enough provides an inspiring wealth-building guide and a life-changing blueprint for a vital family dynamic.
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A Must Read or Listen for all my young adult kids.
A Must Listen
Dave Ramsey. The way he describes the myths and facts of things that we have all heard and the different beliefs.
The way he says and explains things. Very clear picture in ones mind after listening to him.
Up set with myself that I didn't figure the things out myself and why didn't I hear of his book before now. And yes he did make me laugh and cry. Humor is always a good way to teach and learn. And after thinking and applying it makes you tear up wishing you had learned this earlier because it really would have made life easier.
Just thank you from and old retired fire Captain who wish's he had read and listened to the CD earlier . Now to pass it on to my kids. Thanks again , Dave.Sincerely, Tom
I really thought there would be more to this
I was looking for more concrete ideas for what to do with your money once your debit has been paid off. There was nothing wrong with this book, it's just very shallow.