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Your 33 Day Money Action Plan: How to Get Out of Debt, Save Money, Discover Financial Peace, and Revolutionize Your View of Money Forever Paperback – September 17, 2012
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"Morris offers a book that doesn't just inform, but motivates others to get their money situation straight. Each day there is ONE activity that you can do to improve your finances. Of course you can do more than one thing a day, but Morris structure this book for people to get a sense of accomplishment each day, which can be incredibly motivating.I recommend grabbing this book and going through the plan and then as you prefer looking deeper at your finances and getting into the details that matter and interest you." -- Elle Martinez, CoupleMoney.com/MyFinancialReviews.com
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I've been trying to get my finances tamed for a while and while I've read some other books by some of the other popular authors, this book is the first one I've come across that just tells you what to do and how to do it.
Every day there's a very short reading, with a little background on what he wants you to do and then simple lists of what you're supposed to go do that day (as well as some reminders about previous days).
It's really simple, yet clever at the same time. It's definitely not a book you'll want to read in one sitting even though you certainly could.
I've had a chance to skim through it. It's definitely unlike any of the other "personal finance" books I've come across.
Nothing completely new but Nathan definitely has his own style of doing things. There are quite a few little tricks and tips I saw that I haven't really seen talked about much or at all in other books on the topic.
The book's tone is very conversational and his language is very plain and understandable.
Great book so far! Only downside, if it is one, is that you'll have to work through it a day a time instead of just reading straight through, so it'll take a little over a month or so to "finish it." I'm already noticing some changes in my life though and I've just started.
If nothing else, it has given me hope that I can turn my financial life around.