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Mindful Money: Simple Practices for Reaching Your Financial Goals and Increasing Your Happiness Dividend Paperback – February 10, 2017
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― Tadas Viskanta, founder and editor of Abnormal Returns
“Mindful Money, a book grounded in a belief system that is deeply compatible with my own spirit, teaches the lessons I have been waiting for.”
― from the foreword by Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Color Purple
“Mindful Money provides a commonsense and inspirational framework that serves as a road map to happiness and offers a thoughtful reassessment of how money is just a tool, not the destination.”
― Burt White, managing director and chief investment officer of LPL Financial
“If there were a smarter and better way to manage your money and your life, you’d want to know right away. So open this book and start reading.”
― Bob Seawright, chief investment officer of Madison Avenue Securities and blogger, Above the Market
“Teaches you to put wealth-building ideas into action. . . . If you read one money book this year, let it be Mindful Money.”
― Barbara A. Friedberg, MBA, MS, expert investor and author of Invest and Beat the Pros
“[DeYoe’s] advice is solid, his delivery is assured, and his claim of discovering the key to happiness is surprisingly plausible.”
― Publishers Weekly
About the Author
- Publisher : New World Library (February 10, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 304 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1608684369
- ISBN-13 : 978-1608684366
- Item Weight : 13.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.75 x 1 x 8.75 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #750,830 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I've read many books on financial planning, but this is the one I will be giving to both my children when they come of age. We will use the exercises at the end of each chapter to hone their thoughts, ideas, and set them on a life-long practice of saving, planning, and growing.
Immediately after reading this book, I went to my 401K calculator and bumped my weekly contribution up to 20% - more than double what I was previously putting away.
COMPOUNDING INTEREST, BABY!!
This book is (fantastic!) about financial planning, yes, but it's about so much more. It's about life planning. Happiness philosophy. Team building. Illusion dispelling. I think what's most refreshing, and what jumps out of every page, is that Jonathan DeYoe clearly practices what he preaches. This is not a gimmicky flavor of the month, tricks of the trade, fad chasing kind of snake oil deal. This book is a way to free oneself from the terror of "what if?" It's a path to peace of mind - for me, for my partner, for our children, and there are easy steps to follow to start one on this path.
Thanks so much for this book!
The book starts by helping you identify how your mindset has led to your current financial situation (whether you're in debt or investing like a pro). Once you've identified your pitfalls and where you want to be 5, 10, 15 years from now, Jonathan helps you create a financial plan to get there.
There are also exercises at the end of every chapter that help you identify your personal goals. In the end, you have a tailored financial plan that's unique to you.
If you've ever wanted to change your money habits, this is the book to make it happen. Go ahead, give it a read. It'll be the best money you've ever spent.
Looking forward to reading more.
Mindful Money is NOT another banal 'how-to' book on portfolio theory.
DeYoe offers a financial blueprint that starts with defining the things that are most important to us (family, charity, friends, purpose) and ends with a practical framework for achieving our goals.
This spiritual approach to planning takes what is normally a stressful and daunting task and puts it into perspective.