- Hardcover: 288 pages
- Publisher: Gallery Books (February 7, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 150114099X
- ISBN-13: 978-1501140990
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.4 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 47 customer reviews
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Amanda Steinberg gives us unvarnished assessments of sexism, our complex relationships with money, and her own path to taking control of her money and her life. Now with Amanda’s help, you will find the courage, and the tools, to make your money work for you. (Becky Saeger, former Chief Marketing Officer, Charles Schwab)
After a while, personal finance books all look the same. Worth It is not even in the same milieu. It changed how I think about my money, my future, and my life. (Emma Johnson, personal finance journalist and founder, WealthySingleMommy)
The reasons people mishandle money are far more deeply rooted than an absence of information, and many self-help books make things worse with intimidating how-to lists that don't address the real source of the problem. Salvation has finally arrived thanks to Amanda Steinberg, the founder of DailyWorth, who bridges the gap between technical know-how and emotional resistance with her brilliant new book, Worth It. Combining savvy nuts-and-bolts instruction with psychological insight smart enough to help even the most recalcitrant, Worth It is written in a warm, user-friendly tone that feels like your best girlfriend reassuring you instead of a scary math teacher yelling at you to do your homework, Money is power, and nobody can achieve real freedom without financial autonomy. Worth It shows the way for anyone to achieve the ultimate goal: Free At Last. (Leslie Bennetts, author of THE FEMININE MISTAKE and LAST GIRL BEFORE FREEWAY: The Life, Loves, Losses and Liberation of Joan Rivers)
Amanda Steinberg has done more toward educating women financially than anyone I know. She eloquently captures the pain and obstacles women face with money. Her stories are riveting. Her writing is inspiring. Her advice is brilliantly clear. I can’t imagine anyone reading this without being deeply touched and highly motivated. (Barbara Stanny, best selling author of Prince Charming Isn't Coming: How Women Get Smart About Money)
Amanda Steinberg is a champion for women and their relationship to money. She believes that in order to raise our net-worth we must raise our self-worth. In her book Worth It, she guides us to step outside our comfort zone in order to step into financial freedom. This is a must read if you want to live with confidence, abundance and freedom (Gabrielle Bernstein, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the The Universe Has Your Back)
For all the finance books I've read, I've never felt so gotten as to my inner world around money and relationships. It's like dawn coming into deep unconscious, ancient patterns in my mind. And I know I'm not alone in this tangled darkness. This is going to be a landmark book - one that catalyzes liberation for women in their fullest expression of power and worth. This is how we rise. (KC Baker, Founder Woman Speak/Girl Speak, Women's thought leadership coach and speechwriter.)
Holy WOW! Worth It is a book I want every one of my female friends and clients to read. Finally someone who talks to us in our own language and delivers crisp advice you’ll be excited to act on immediately. Ladies, we have come into a critical juncture where we can no longer ignore the importance of money both in our lives and as a tool to lead. Read this now. It’s time. (Ali Brown, entrepreneur mentor and angel investor, featured on ABC’s Secret Millionaire)
About the Author
Amanda Steinberg launched DailyWorth in 2009 to bring a fresh voice and an outsider’s perspective to personal finance. Forbes named her one of the twenty-one New American Money Masters. DailyWorth.com has made Forbes’s 100 Best Websites for Women three years running. Amanda has also appeared on GMA, Today, CNN, and MSNBC, among other major media venues. Her new digital investing platform, WorthFM, received front-page coverage in The New York Times Business section. She is the author of Worth It.
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So when I heard Amanda's interview with Christine Hassler, I saw the value in splitting my debt repayment between debt and creating an emergency fund. This was inspiring to me. I started playing with numbers and there was no fear, only excitement!
Then I got this book and couldn't put it down. I now I have clear money goals. What used to just be an income goal is now a savings goal, a $0 credit card balance goal, and a retirement fund goal. Very exciting. I can't thank Amanda enough for helping me to see how fun saving truly is, and making it the #1 priority in my financial life.
Now founder and CEO Amanda Steinberg has written her first book, Worth It, Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms, in the same spirit of #womenhelpingwomen to succeed in finance and in life. This is not just another "how to budget and save" book that tells you to cut coupons and lattes to make ends meet. Amanda dives deep into the underlying issues that cause women to question their own worth and the way they have interacted with money their entire lives. The exercises in Chapter 2 alone go further than most money books ever do to help women gaze into their psyches to see the root causes of the actions that are so hard for most of us to change through willpower alone. And the best part is, that the information, stories, and advice aren't coming to us from some dude in a suit or an heiress who has always had family money to fall back on. Amanda has been through the ringer herself and she openly shares intimate stories about her own family, history, and all of the money mistakes she made along the way; a lot of them made in the name of trying to look like the successful women so often portrayed by the media. Worth It is the get real financial book of our age.
This is the book I want my daughters to read so we can talk about what they have learned about money and worth from me. No one ever sat me down and really taught me anything more about money that how to balance my checkbook when I got my first checking account. No one ever explained WHY it was important to balance it, or what to do if I ran out of money. I got my first credit card the first day I stepped onto campus at college and no one ever warned me about running up a balance I couldn't pay off. Which I promptly did. I want to be much more conscious and careful about what I teach my own girls.
From a practical, how will this book make a difference in your life perspective, if you've ever wondered how much you should have in savings, or spend on your rent or mortgage, or how much you need for retirement and how you should invest what you are saving, Worth It helps you get to the real numbers and strategies that are right for YOU.
Amanda Steinberg explains WHY it is that women are so generally dis-empowered around money ("that’s HIS job, not mine"), equate spending money on personal value ("that designer bathing suit will go great with my dream partner who I haven’t met yet"), and are considerably worse off than men when it comes to retirement. And then she goes on to explain HOW to change that.
I know a lot about money — I own my own small business, carry no debt, and have some savings and investments — but I still feel clueless and stuck around it all at times. Worth It cleared up for me quite a few “inner game” issues (my mindsets and beliefs about money) as well as “outer game” issues (like what to invest in, and defining terms like “asset,” “capital,” and “risk tolerance”).
I loved finding out my money type. As a coach, mom, and people-pleasure, I’m not surprised that I am a “Nurturer: Putting Others First” money type, like my personality type. And I really appreciated the pitfalls to look out for and the things to put into motion, specifically for my type. So I recommend checking out that section out as you read!
This book is kind, clear, funny, and I feel like I’m having tea with a friend (who happens to be a super genius visionary around money). Five stars. It's a timely, generous, and helpful book that is easy and enjoyable (and empowering!) to read.