The Path to Happiness and Wealth

The Path to Happiness and Wealth Summary

I was awarded the Washington Post personal finance book of the month award for this book. It is a holistic look at the secrets to overcome debt and find a balance with money in your life. It’s a good book for people to read that might be having issues with shopping issues, compulsive spending, overspending, hidden debt, etc.



Book Reviews

BishoppThaGreat

Love it!5 star

Excellent read!55

JayDeshun1

Fuego Book5 star

Learned way much than I expected from this book. I recommended it to a couple of friend only after just the first two chapters in. Highlighted the things that i came across that I KNOW apply to me directly!55

Mermaidwizard

Amazing read!5 star

Super grateful that I found this book! This is actually the first book I've read in years. As soon as I started reading I didn't want to stop.55

CiscoG48

Great book4 star

Enjoyed it.45

Pravesh everywhere

Good suggestion2 star

The book is for them who really don't appreciate the little value of money and dreams of materialistic possession. No debt no fret !!25

R. Elizondo

The Path to Happiness and Wealth4 star

Great Book45

JazzyLadyG

A MUST READ !!!5 star

I will never be in debt again ! I read all three books in a week it's that good !! No magic wands, no unrealistic plans for zero debt tomorrow. Just old fashion look in the mirror and really see yourself for the first time conversational style advice. Even my shopping buddies stated "wow, you are serious" to which I was able to confidently respond "Yes I am !" Available credit limit does not equal the ability to afford whatever it is you have up on the counter at the moment.55

Ridsem

Excellent book!,,5 star

What a great collection of advice to help people manage their financial lives??? Richard55

Bigfella313

Great book..5 star

Teaches you how to appreciate the little things in life and that inner happiness won't come from money...55

Tom Wiley

A different view.5 star

This book looks at money and spending a whole new way. Some tough questions were asked of me and the way I spend my money. I look at whole personal finance thing differently now.55





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