Becoming successful at managing your money begins with a commitment to follow financial principles. In doing so, certain areas of your life must be confronted in an honest, open and accurate manner. You must confront the following areas: A.spiritual B.attitudinal C.habitual D.practical E.personal Addressing only selective areas of your financial life will not bring you to a place of success. You must be willing to tackle each area and come face to face with the clear reality of your past decisions. This means developing a new determination to change past decisions and the adopting of new attitudes toward the management of your money. Only you can make a difference in your financial life. You can be successful at managing your money if you will begin to follow these principles. Author Rich Brott shows you how. Endorsed by: Dr. John C. Maxwell, Dr. David Yonggi Cho, Dr. Dick Eastman, Dr. Phil Pringle, and othersEven if you are financially free of all debt, budgeting is still an essential part of your financial life. A budget can be as simple as it is powerful. The basic idea behind budgeting is to save money aquot;up frontaquot; for both known and unknown expenses.
|Title||:||Family Finance Handbook|
|Author||:||Frank Damazio, Rich Brott|
|Publisher||:||Rich Brott - 2004|