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Money: A Love Story: Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create the Life You Really Want Kindle Edition

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This book guided me to fall madly in love with my relationship to money. Kate Northrup helped me become unapologetic about my desire to earn more, give more, and prosper in every area of my life. -- Gabrielle Bernstein bestselling author of May Cause Miracles Stop letting money matters be a source of pain in your life. Read Money: A Love Story and allow Kate Northrup to become your new best friend as she guides you, step by step, down the financial freedom trail. Her fresh, creative approach to handling money is sure to leave you feeling empowered and eager to build the wealth you deserve. I loved this book! -- Cheryl Richardson bestselling author of The Art of Extreme Self-Care Money: A Love Story is a real breakthrough book!... If you're ready to have a new experience with money and change your financial future, this is the book for you! -- Nick Ortner author of The Tapping Solution This beautiful book provides the perfect mix of theory and practice. You need your own love story with money, and these pages will lead you to romance. -- Chris Guillebeau New York Times bestselling author of The $100 Startup This is the first book about finances (and life!) that I can actually relate to. Refreshingly candid, uplifting, and practical, Money: A Love Story addresses what holds us back from healing and thriving both personally and financially. I wish I had this book long ago. I can only imagine how much grief I would have spared myself. But as Kate reminds us, it's all part of the spiritual journey to freedom and abundance. Thank you, brilliant Kate Northrup. I am deeply in love with the road map you've given us all. -- Kris Carr New York Times bestselling author of Crazy Sexy Kitchen and Crazy Sexy Diet You may know that a healthy relationship with money is essential to attracting abundance and generating financial freedom. What you may not know is that a healthy relationship with your finances is also medicine for a healthy body. With her signature flourish, Kate Northrup teaches us to quit waiting for Prince Charming, take responsibility for our financial well-being, create success on our own terms, lean into feeling-based financial planning, and take actions toward generating revenue without trading hours for dollars. Money: A Love Story is just what the doctor ordered for your body, your soul, your business, and your pocketbook. -- Lissa Rankin, MD New York Times bestselling author of Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself This documents clients' stories and her own experiences of getting out of debt to guide you in your quest for financial freedom. The Daily Express I finished it feeling really empowered. Soul & Spirit

About the Author

Kate Northrup is a creative entrepreneur, financial coach and writer. Her philosophy is that if you free yourself financially you can be fully present to your purpose on the planet. She created this financial freedom for herself by the age of 28 through building a team of more than 1,000 wellness entrepreneurs in the network marketing industry. Through ongoing seminars and her 30,000-mile Freedom Tour, she has mentored thousands of people in their quest to create financial freedom. katenorthrup.com or moneyalovestory.com.

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  • File Size: 1163 KB
  • Print Length: 273 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House (September 10, 2013)
  • Publication Date: September 10, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E8NIMP0
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,135 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kate Northrup created financial freedom for herself at the age of 28 through building a team of more than 1,000 wellness entrepreneurs in the network marketing industry. Her philosophy is that if you free yourself financially you can be fully present to your purpose on the planet. She is also the author of Money: A Love Story, Untangling Your Financial Woes and Creating The Life You Really Want (Hay House, 2013). She continues to mentor entrepreneurs in creating financial freedom. Find out more and take her free quiz to find out what your relationship with money says about you at http://www.katenorthrup.com.

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I'll be honest, I picked up this book largely intending to shred it. I've never known exactly what this "financial freedom" stuff is all about, but I've always assumed it to be a bunch of hooey. There are, after all, only two ways out of debt - earn more or spend less. Money doesn't grow on trees nor can we wish more of it into our pockets. And there's only so much you can cut before you're living in a cardboard box eating out of dumpsters. And that doesn't sound very free.

Upon starting this book, my impressions were confirmed. The steps for achieving financial freedom appear to be:

1. Get yourself born to very successful doctor parents.
2. Have your mother write a best-selling book.
3. Go to college on your parents' dime.
4. Use your mother's reputation and connections to start a "network marketing business" (otherwise known as "hit up your family, friends and acquaintances for money business").
5. Live rent-free in an apartment owned by your mother while running up lots of debt.
6. Use that same network (the one built on your mother's connections, while telling people you've ended your professional relationship with your mother) to build a wellness coaching and motivational speaking business telling people how you got out of debt.

Reminds me of a story of a man reading a magazine where he happens upon an ad which promises the secret to riches if you just send in $100 and a self-addressed stamped envelope. So the man sends in his money and his SASE and in a couple weeks the envelope comes back. Inside is a single sheet of paper with the words "Do exactly what I'm doing".

So I was pretty set to hate this book and rip it to shreds. But then a funny thing starts to happen.
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Most of the concepts weren't new to me, and I was prepared for that. Just couldn't handle the author's tone. Had to force myself to keep focusing on the essence of what she was saying and manufacture compassion. She would have been better off just giving advice as a successful woman. Instead, she keeps referring back to "her story" which she apparently thinks will qualify her to advise people. But her story is basically that she was born into wealth, never wanted for anything, let her mom support her until that didn't feel good anymore, and carried some credit card debt for a while - all while she was still making six figures. (gasp!) It just didn't resonate with me. I left the book in my laundry room downstairs.
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I wanted to like this book. Like the author, I, too, love reading financial advice books. Your Money or Your Life: 9 Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence: Revised and Updated for the 21st Century, The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy, and The Total Money Makeover: Classic Edition: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness have all helped me get out of debt, build an emergency fund, and contribute monthly to my IRA. I have a much better handle on my money now than I did five years ago, and yet I still enjoy a good book about finances--and especially a good financial come-back story.

Unfortunately, Money, A Love Story fell flat to me. It isn't that Northrup gives terrible money advice all the way through. In fact, she gives some really good advice at parts...but it is mostly regurgitated from other books! And even the advice that is more about encouragement and self-help (and less specifically about money) still originates from self-help books she's read and seminars she has attended. She quotes so often from other books that her own book reads like a college essay: yes, there are a lot of ideas in there, but they aren't original to her, and she hasn't added anything unique to the discussion.

I suppose other readers might argue that Northrup shares her personal story, and THAT is what makes this book unique.
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This unoriginal mish mash of new age concepts and well worn financial advice contributes nothing new. Financial challenges stress almost everyone. Whether one is saddled with student debt, mortgages, living and medical expense, it is important to understand and appreciate money and make it work for you.

The author, a child of privilege, shares her own story. It did not resonate with me. It is easy to dance across the tightrope when a net is in place. I didn't care for the smug tone and frankly, she is more connected than gifted or wise. Her suggestions for increasing income including mlms and selling unused designer duds on consignment are insensitive to the 99 percent who don't have any unused duds designer or otherwise and have been victimized by mlm schemes before. On the positive side, it is not a complex book and some of the charts and tools are helpful.

For those who are intrigued with creating their own money love store, I would suggest looking at Financial Alchemy: Twelve Months of Magic and Manifestation (Volume 1) Rae developed the "money honey" concept and seems to do it successfully. For those who are interested in metaphysical approaches, I suggest RealityShifters Guide to High Energy Money orThe Energy of Money: A Spiritual Guide to Financial and Personal Fulfillment or
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