Marianna didn’t start out rich, happy, and fabulous. Strapped-for-cash beginnings motivated her to strive for abundance and financial independence—goals she exceeded by age 30 as the founder of a multimillion-dollar business and one of the most respected women on Wall Street. Now Marianna reveals the lessons she learned on her own road to success and the savvy strategies of other amazing women. She shows how to let go of stress, break your bad money habits, take control of your finances, and finally achieve your goals and a happier, richer life.
You’ll learn to:
Say Yes to Yourself: Turn toward people and situations that enhance your life and well-being and away from those that don’t. Until you start affirming your future through both thought and action, your efforts to improve your finances will fall flat.
Fall in Love with Your Money: Having a cavalier attitude toward money is part of the reason many of us find ourselves in a financial pickle. But when you treat your money with respect, keep track of it, and spend and save it wisely, your money will always love you back.
Act As If: If you think that change is impossible, think again. Start your transformation by acting as if you already are as successful and prosperous as you want to be.
Live It, Love It, Earn It is full of true stories of ordinary women who have overcome tough challenges, such as climbing the corporate ladder, getting out of debt, and changing jobs midcareer, to get the life they want. Marianna also shares insights from other successful women like designer Diane von Furstenberg; shoe mogul Tamara Mellon (of Jimmy Choo); fashion entrepreneur Tory Burch; the first woman to hold a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, Muriel Seibert; and Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn. Let Marianna give you the tools you need to create and maintain an abundant and fulfilling life.
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By Guadalupe on 19-01-11
Very inspiring read!
Marianna's book is meant to be a guide for any woman seeking to take control of her financial future. The truth is that is much more than that. It offers advice in the way of 'nine tools' that will help a woman in very different areas of her life, from the most practical ones, like plain personal finances to more emotional areas, like self-esteem, believing in your potential etc. Good advice also on setting up your own business. It has very interesting interviews and stories, including her own, plus helpful exercises. All in all an excellent book for any woman willing to take control of her life and personal finances.