Item description for 30 Days to Taming Your Finances: What to Do (and Not Do) to Better Manage Your Money by Deborah Smith Pegues...
Overview Who hasn?t struggled at times with foot?in?mouth disease? Certified behavioral consultant Deborah Pegues knows how easily a slip of the tongue can cause problems in personal and in business relationships. That is why she has put together a 30?day devotional to help readers tame that unruly member and turn it into an asset.
Readers will learn to
stop saying the wrong thing at the wrong time in the wrong way learn to use words that build others up avoid the pitfalls and consequences of lies, flattery, and exaggerations
Deborah Smith Pegues, author of the popular "30 Days to Taming Your Tongue" (over 500,000 copies sold), now offers friendly, doable money management strategies in "30 Days to Taming Your Finances."
Giving readers the benefit of her many years' experience as a public accountant and certified behavioral consultant, Deborah sheds light on the emotional and practical side of putting finances in order. The wealth of information readers will gather includes how to
forget past financial mistakes and start fresh
stop emotional spending and still be content
fund future objectives with confidence
Each day's offering will inspire and motivate readers to savor the freedom that comes with organizing, valuing, and sharing their resources wisely.
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.06" Width: 4.32" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
ISBN 0736918361 ISBN13 9780736918367
Availability 4 units. Availability accurate as of Sep 19, 2017 11:30.
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More About Deborah Smith Pegues
Deborah Smith Pegues is a certified behavioral consultant, Bible teacher, and international speaker. She has written 16 transformational books, including the bestselling 30 Days to Taming Your Tongue (over one million sold worldwide) and Emergency Prayers. She and her husband, Darnell, have been married nearly 40 years.
Reviews - What do customers think about 30 Days To Taming Your Finances?
Excellent financial advice Dec 19, 2006
This little book is chock full of simple, practical, advice. Who couldn't use some help bringing finances under control. Deborah Smith Pegues starts out by showing the reader how to determine where he stands financially by considering two financial aspects; what you own and what you owe, and what you earn and where it goes. That last one is the one I've always had trouble with. It goes, that's for sure, but I'm not always sure where it went. She then helps the reader develop a fianncial plan, followed up with suggestions for saving and eliminating debt. She freely admits her own financial mistakes and shows the reader how to avoid them. Deborah Smith Pegues is an experienced public accountant who combines experiences with biblical principles in an effect plan for financial security. You'll want to keep this for a reference book. It's short and easy to read and full of excellent advice.
Wisest money you've spent in years! Oct 10, 2006
Finances. Money management. Just thinking of it is enough to cause stress and anxiety attacks, especially if you are drowning in a sea of debt.
Certified public accountant, Deborah Pegues is an expert in money matters, and she has put together a simple, practical plan to help you control your spending habits and find more money in your pocket in just 30 days.
The author includes such information as:
-- Write your vision -- See where you stand -- Prepare your plan -- Investigate your insurance -- Spend smart -- Eat economically -- plus much more
Included at the back of 30 Days to Taming Your Finances are several forms that you can copy and fill out to help you see where you stand and where your money is going.
I found the book easy to read, I read it through in a day, but would recommend going through this book slowly and mastering one step at a time before going on to the next. It is full of common-sense approaches such as making menus and shopping lists and don't shop hungry, but also some other advice that one might not have considered. The only thing I didn't care for was cutting down eating out to only two nights a week and two lunches a week. If our family of seven ate out that much we'd be bouncing checks like you won't believe. So certain things you'd have to eliminate if they are too extravagant for your circumstances.
I recommend 30 Days to Taming Your Finances as a common sense approach to managing money.
Armchair Interviews says: If you are having trouble making ends meet and wonder where the money hole is, definitely pick this book up. You won't be sorry--it might be the wisest $6 you've spent in years.