From Library Journal
A California real estate attorney who gives seminars and counseling to major corporations, couples, and individuals on how to view and handle money, Devine recommends a methodology emphasizing dreams and vision while cultivating talent and time so that life can be lived to the fullest. The four keys Devine stresses are being articulate about money, being aware of how it affects your lifestyle, being deliberate about all financial transactions, and having a feeling of accomplishment as a result of your efforts. His methods, when compared with those employed by other financial advisers, are thought-provoking and well supported by examples and anecdotes. Recommended for all public libraries.?Steven J. Mayover, Free Lib. of Philadelphia
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Do you want to know how you and your partner can keep money from sabotaging your standard of living? How you can use money, day in and day out, to expand your capacity for intimacy and forge meaningful connections with others? In Women, Men and Money
, attorney William Devine shows you how to stop listening to conventional wisdom about financial security and start using money to convert the talents and spirit within you into the rich life you are capable of having.
Money is a tough issue to talk about, no matter how much you have. The customs and myths attached to getting a job, buying a house, and saving for retirement cause many couples great anxiety, frequently ruining their bankbooks, love, and self-esteem. Using case studies from his practice, Devine presents fresh communication techniques for avoiding and resolving painful misunderstandings about money. He also provides guidelines for discussing money in a way that can help you and your partner build a healthy relationship as well as a life together that reflects your values.
With advice that is fiscally sound and spiritually aware, Women, Men and Money will teach you how to earn, spend, invest, negotiate, and communicate about money in ways that will move you toward the relationship, bank balance, and life you desire.