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9 Steps to Financial Freedom Unbound – Import, September, 2000

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  • Unbound
  • Publisher: Crown Publishing Group (NY) (September 2000)
  • ISBN-10: 0609607162
  • ISBN-13: 978-0609607169
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (219 customer reviews)

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By James L. Grubb on January 3, 2000
Format: Hardcover
The book sets the premise that you never learn to deal with money successfully until you overcome your fear of money...of not having enough, and fear of taking action with your money. It's about how to make money work for you so you have more than enough because you learn to devote energy, time, and understanding, to money. The three ways of getting money in this world: (1) Work for it (2) inherit it (3) invest the money you save (the most powerful, respectful way to get money there is).
Here are the 9 steps to financial freedom: 1. Step back in time to see how your feelings about money can be traced to your past. We all have "money messages" passed down from generation to generation. 2. Face your money fears and create new, positive truths. 3. Be honest with yourself. Ouit using plastic cards for money. They are addictive and destructive as drugs, giving you a quick fix by satisfying temporary desires. 4. Be responsible to those you love. Establish life insurance, wills, power of attorney, estate planning, etc. 5. Be respectful of yourself and your money. If you do what needs to be done with money, you will attract money to you. 6. You and your money must keep good company. Credit cards are never good company. Get out of debt. Respect yourself and your money by making every penny work for you. 7. Trust yourself more than you trust others. Find the "little voice" inside you; listen to what it has to say. 8. Be open to receive all you are meant to receive. When you are in control of your money and have enough to be generous, money flows to you. 9. Understand the ebb and flow of the money cycle. Money has natural cycles as it ebbs and flows through your life.
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Format: Hardcover
Just finished reading this...and then immediately went into work and changed my 401(k) contribution to the maximum. Also am looking for a money market account and will begin managing my own IRA stuff...now that I feel more comfortable doing it. Plan to lend the book to friends, and called my parents to tell them to get a copy and start getting things in order...such as getting a trust instead of a will, getting LTC insurance, etc. I liked her straightforward writing style; she has a knack for explaining the "mysterious" world of investing and finance in a way you can quickly and easily understand. She makes you feel more confident...that you can indeed manage your money. In today's often confusing world, it was very helpful to hear that you can trust your intuition and you don't have to "fall prey" to financial advisors. Also, from personal experience, I know that her advice about "good brings good" and "respect of money will bring you more money" is true. My husband got in a serious accident a year ago and at the time we were in a bad bad financial position--no emergency funds, high credit card debt, prospects of little or no income. This "kick in the pants" helped me to take control of my money and now a year later our credit cards are paid off, we have 4 months of bills in the bank, and I am maxing out my 401(k). Suze Orman's book came to me just when I was ready for the next step, and I am putting it to good use. I highly recommend!!!
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A very successul friend once told me that you can live off your income but you can't get wealthy off you income, you only get wealthy by investing and properly managing yourmoney.This book will kickstart you and help make you money smart.I also suggest Financial Self Defense and More Wealth without Risk to add more financial strategies to your arsenal.All three books are must reading.
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I have read several reviews here (obviously by the same person) attacking this book and insulting Suze because of i t's size.
EXCUSE ME--but the information states clearly that this is a miniture book. The price might also be a clue.
If you were "taken by surprise", then all I can suggets is learn how to read.
Good supplement to the full length paperback of the same name.
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By A Customer on March 11, 2004
Format: Paperback
Suze teaches people to become proactive in their financial lives. The fact is no one willw atch your money as well as you will. Charles Givens also beat that concept to death--you must become your own financial planner and not depend on the auto, health, life insurance salesmen. The car salesman. Your banker or loan officer etc.
I like the fact that Suze brings the mental side to money. Much overlooked by far too many people.
Great book Suze. Also recommend Suze's newest book, The Laws of Money which offers updated information and More Wealth Without Risk by Charles Givens.
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This book is probably best for beginners at personal finance. Lots of encouragement to get out of debt and accept responsibility for your own financial life. I have read both Nine Steps and Courage to Be Rich as well as Jane Bryant Quinn's updated Making the Most of Your Money. Quinn's book is much more thorough, I would recommend it as a financial reference book. Orman's books tend to be much more emotional. (Often too emotional and corny for my taste.) If you need inspiration to get started with changing your financial life Orman may be the person for you, but Quinn gives many more details of what to do after you have gotten started. Nine Steps is definitly better than Courage to Be Rich. I found Courage to Be Rich a rehash of most of what was covered in Nine Steps with very little new information, just lots of testimonials. I find it interesting that there are so many pro-Orman, anti-Quinn readers. Why is Quinn's book such a threat. The two books are so different. Orman is a sales person. She wants to pump you up to get you started on your new life. Quinn assumes you have already decided to change your financial life and gives you the sometimes boring and tedious details of doing so.
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