You Are a Badass at Making Money: Master the Mindset of Wealth Read Online Free - From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of You Are a Badass, a life-changing guide to making the kind of money you’ve only ever dreamed of.
You Are a Badass at Making Money will launch you past the fears and stumbling blocks that have kept financial success beyond your reach. Drawing on her own transformation—over just a few years—from a woman with tumbleweeds blowing through her bank account, subsisting solely on Taco Bell, to one who travels the world and stays in five-star luxury hotels, Jen Sincero channels the inimitable sass and practicality that made You Are a Badass an indomitable bestseller. She combines hilarious personal essays with bite-size aha concepts to unlock earning potential and get real results.
Learn how to:
• Bust yourself and bum-rush your doubts and fears
• Give yourself permission to get rich now
• Dethrone the Little Prince that is your subconscious mind
• Shake up the cocktail of creation
• Be more available for the ridiculous than for your reality
• Stop worrying—worrying is praying for stuff you don’t want
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March 27, 2017
Is it a coincidence I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway the day after I asked "the universe" to bring the books, movies and people into my life that I need in order to further advance my goals? Is it merely serendipity that exactly one week after finishing this book I received a 25% raise, a...
June 18, 2017
Although I am generally a keen reader of self-help or financial advice books, I struggled to make it through this one. The book's (and its author's) heart is in the right place, and there are definitely bits of information and advice here that almost anyone would find useful, but the way its cont...
May 20, 2017
This book is a very new age type of book that is very dangerous - 'jump off a cliff and you'll be fine as long as you believe you'll be fine'. This belief system is not new and has been damaging people financially for years. Shame on this lady for writing this book. Interestingly, this book bring...
March 05, 2017
If practical personal finance books aren't your jam, perhaps you need a woo-woo personal finance book. And in that case, you need Jen Sincero's You Are a Badass at Making Money. She delves into the universe and energy surrounding money. She suggests mantras and meditations for figuring out what y...
May 26, 2017
I've never much agreed with the phrase, 'money can't buy happiness.' For what is happiness? What form does that come in? While it's a very loaded question and the answer varies person to person - for me, it can be as simple as the joy of cooking a good meal, going to a movie with friends, explori...
June 22, 2017
If I end up changing my attitude and manifesting money then I will gladly change my rating to 5 stars.
Right now, I'm a skeptic and try to stay away from anyone that calls themselves a "life coach" or believes in "The Secret".
I do agree with the author about our attitudes towards money and how str...
June 21, 2017
Dropped it because of two reasons.
First one, can't stand American "ecetera". Can't stand one, but here were hundreds! Completely p*ssed me of. Can you f*cking see how it's writter?
Second. It falls into category of spelunking fantasies. All those claimants "millionaires", "achievers" made their mo...
July 23, 2017
The only reason I continued reading this book beyond the 2nd chapter is; I thought there's a breakthrough idea the author will share which have this book such a high review score..
And sadly she didn't!
The only reason I continued reading it in the last few chapters was that so I can be fair in my...
April 24, 2017
This might be the worst book on finance I have ever read. I liked her first book well enough, and I love reading books about money but this one was truly awful! There is not one piece of actual solid advice here....just a bunch of mumbo jumbo about thinking yourself to wealth.
February 06, 2018
Sincero is largely unaware that most people aren’t hung up on borrowing $85,000 from a friend, but are likely hurting from the systemic issues that prevent us from accessing wealth in the first place. Her tone is cringe-worthy in its attempt to be relatable.
I should have stopped reading when...