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Earn What You're Worth: A Widely Sophisticated Approach to Investing In Your Career-and Yourself Paperback – December 28, 2004
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Unlike other authors who challenge readers to save more and spend less, Williams encourages her audience to actually earn more. She does this by focusing on the concept of self worth (both tangible and intangible), our true values, and how that all translates into business success - or lack thereof. Highly motivating and entertaining.
There is no content on investing or particulars of fiancnes, rather the author approaches the idea of investing in yourself as the msot important way to improve your success, in all aspects of your life.
A specific example is "the latte factor." She writes taht she isn't ehre to tell anyone they need to stop drinking alt tes. Instead, she urges each of us to deicde why we are having our lattes, is it beacuse everyone else is getting one? Or do we get out of bed inteh mroing only because of the latte we know awaits us? If it's the latter, then by all means make that investmetn in yourself. If its the former, perhops yo ucan cut that latte out of your habit and have room in your budget for something more important.
I read this book twice, and the first time all of her career advice I applied to my relationship (it was all I could focus on at the time). But later, when I re-read it, I applied thea dvice to my career and job hunt and personal finance, and feel that I am actively working towards my goals. It helped me see and create the big picture so I can then work towards acheiving teh various aspects of my life goals.
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Sassy and straight forward, Earn What You're Worth, tells it like it is: the good, the bad and the ugly. Want to make more money? Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by Regina Barr (Inver Grove Heights, MN United States)
I love the idea of investing in yourself, even if it means going into debt for a little bit - I'm a commodity worth investing in and this book has given me the courage to see that. Read morePublished on January 13, 2005 by charlotte b
The work world presents unique challenges for working women. Learning to navigate the new terrain is explained with great panache by Nicole Williams. Read morePublished on January 10, 2005 by Mary Carlomagno