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Publisher's Summary

Are finances holding you back from being home with your kids? Discover how you can get the life you want!
Author Joanne Watson dreamed of full-time motherhood, but she and her husband, like many couples across America, felt they simply couldn't afford it on his salary alone. Instead of going back to work, she decided to help boost her husband's income...and tripled his earnings! Now Joanne shares her secrets and, whether your husband is a car mechanic or a CEO, shows you how to help him:


Build his confidence
Determine if he is underpaid
Negotiate a raise or promotion
Find high-paying job offers beyond the classifieds
Start his own business and become a self-employed success
Ace job interviews
Make sure he keeps that better-paying job
And much more!
©2003 Joanne Watson (P)2003 Listen & Live Audio, Inc.
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"The information and reading make this a worthwhile supplement for a busy parent's library." (AudioFile)
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1 out of 5 stars
By Carol H. on 01-25-06

How to Help You Help Yourself...

Sorry to sound harsh but... this was the biggest disappointment of any audible book I've downloaded so far. The title is very discriptive - but that's where it stops. The thinking is very dated and degrading to women with any initiatives. It also reflects poorly on men - they are made out to be lazy with no hope of succeeding on their own in this book.

Don't waste your time - really. If you want to be a stay at home Mom start your own business on eBay or do anything to help yourself.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Scott on 12-18-17

Narrator couldn’t breath due to her nasty cold

Why? Why? Why? Would you publish a narration of an extremely mediocre storyline by a narrator who was clearly dealing with a nasty cold?! I want my money back. So gross.

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