Item description for A Girl and Her Money by Sharon Durling...
Overview Gals, when you get your paycheck, do you head straight for the bank---or the mall? Is your credit history in ICU? Here's sound financial guidance from a former stock broker, presented in an engaging and interactive manner that makes money-talk enjoyable! You'll discover your spending personality, chose a money lifestyle, and more.
From managing her own finances as a single woman to transacting billions for her clients as a bond broker, author Sharon Durling knows money--what to do with it and how to multiply it. Better yet, she shares the 411 so we can easily understand it and get control of our pocket books and bank accounts.
Engagingly written and highly interactive, "A Girl and Her Money" will change the way women everywhere think and feel about money. Never has money-talk been so enjoyable and empowering Topics include: Identifying Your Spending Personality Choosing a Money Lifestyle Chemo for Chronic Bad Debt "If Men Are from Home Depot, Women Are from Macy's" Coming Soon: A Girl and Her Brilliant Investments A Girl and Her Luminous Retirement A Girl and Her Fabulous Home Business
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.69 lbs.
Release Date Dec 30, 2002
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0849943760 ISBN13 9780849943768 UPC 023755021878
Availability 0 units.
More About Sharon Durling
Sharon Durling is a business communications consultant, coach, and speaker. She was formerly Vice President at Fuji Bank where she was a stock, bond, futures, and options broker. As a national speaker, she's presented "It's the Money Thing" on cable television and leads seminars on financial literacy to the wealthy and poor alike. Sharon has an MBA in Finance from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University. She has a passion for empowering people with hope and direction toward gaining control of their financial present and future. Her desire is that others experience the freedom that comes with letting go of fear about finances.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Girl and Her Money?
I needed this book! Aug 21, 2005
I LOVED this book. It was challenging but encouraging. I felt as though the author was sitting at dinner with me laughing, relating, and encouraging me to win at the money game. I CAN actually handle investing and saving and tithing and controlling my spending now, hopefully :-) Every girl needs this book, especially single gals.
Good Book May 27, 2005
This is a good book and I used some of the suggestions in the book to help me save money and not spend it constantly. The book could have used a little less of the religion speeches, but overall I underlined and circled alot of things.
Great advice... A must read for all women who love to shop! Mar 17, 2004
This book was very enjoyable to read, which is not usually true about most finance books! Throughout the book, I found myself taking notes and underlining suggestions as to how I could apply to my life. The author uses examples from her own life, which makes the reader feel like she is your friend sharing her own personal advice.
Fun and to the point Mar 15, 2004
Fun and to the point...an easy read about a topic that could be painful and very detailed. The cover is what had me pick it up, and I'm glad it did as the content is why I enjoyed this book. It offers some useful tools for thinking of my financial future!
Well written with loads of common sense advice Mar 11, 2004
This is a book that asks you to look into your spending habits and why you may be in the financial position that you are. The world is full of opportunity and choices. This is a well written, sensible, accessible and often times hilarious guide to financial well being. The questionnaires at the end of each section should cause the reader to sit back and think about his or her actions. The book contains loads of advice on how an individual can take charge of their financial situation.