Two Money Books for Your New Year’s Resolution

Two Books for Your Financial Goals

(that is not Ramsey or Kiyosaki)

Are you one to set goals in the new year? Is one of those goals a financial goal?

Do you have a solid, achievable goal for your financial new year’s resolution? Or do you know things have to change financially but don’t know where to start?

Either way, here are two books published in 2017 that will help you for the New Year!

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Beautiful Money by Leanne Jacobs

Beautiful Money is your all-around money book. Separated into 4 parts to be completed each week, Jacob takes you through your mindset of money to creating money goals.

Does money stress you out? Do you feel like you don’t have what it takes to become wealthy or are you becoming a workaholic just to create wealth?

Beautiful Money allows you to holistically look at your finances and gets you to where you want to go!

Published: January 3rd 2017

Where To Buy – Amazon • AudioBarnes & Noble • Target • Walmart

Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook by Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins is a big figure in the personal development world. Robbins’ credibility is high: not only has he accumulated wealth himself, but he has helped so many others do the same.

Do you have a 401(k)? Do you have money in stocks or thought about investing in the market? Then this book is for you! For BOTH beginers and veteran investors, this book is packed full of information to help maximize investments NOW.

And if you need any more reason to purchase this book, all his profits are being donated to feed families.

Published: February 22nd 2017

Where To Buy – Amazon • Barnes & Noble • iTunes • Target



What are your money new years resolutions? Have you read a book that helped your money goals?

Share your financial goals with me!

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