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Love Your Life, Not Theirs: 7 Money Habits for Living the Life You Want Hardcover – October 4, 2016
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About the Author
As a seasoned communicator and Ramsey Personality, Rachel Cruze has been speaking to groups as large as 10,000 for more than a decade. The daughter of Dave Ramsey, she joined Ramsey Solutions in 2010 and uses the knowledge and experiences from growing up in the Ramsey household to educate others on the proper way to handle their money wisely and stay out of debt. Rachel co-authored the #1 New York Times best-selling book Smart Money Smart Kids with her dad. You can follow Rachel on Twitter at @RachelCruze and online at rachelcruze.com or at facebook.com/rachelramseycruze.
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I do follow Dave's baby steps, and it's a great plan. I just don't feel like Rachel said anything mind-blowing here. I was duped $15 for stuff I can hear on the Dave Ramsey radio program for free.
1. The editing was terrible. There should be a rule that a speaker can't stop recording a session until they're done with a chapter. It was annoying to hear her voice suddenly boom or fade out in the middle of paragraphs (or sometimes even sentences.) Toward the end of the book I could hear her turn the page. That should not have been picked up.
2. I know the author can't help her voice but it's very high-pitched and squeaky. It can be grating if you're sensitive to this. On the flipside, you can tell Rachel is a naturally happy person and that came through on the recording. I was able to keep listening because it was clear she's passionate about her teachings and I tried to focus on the content, not the delivery.
3. She said the only budgeting website she recommends is everydollar.com. I immediately texted that site to several people and then I thought, "Wait. Who owns that site?" You guessed it -- her father. I have no issues at all with cross-selling your products. However, I think she should have mentioned that her father owns that site. Especially considering she plugged it several times.
4. Want to make this book really fun? Have a drink every time she says "Winston and I"...
This isn't a critique but...Rachel is very serious about her money. She won't give a dollar at the checkout line to the cashier when they're collecting for charities because she needs to research the charities first. Because she already has designated charities to which she donates -- she won't part with a dollar. This seems a bit above and beyond to me, but then again, she's rich and I'm not so hey...who am I to judge?