From Here to Financial Happiness: Enrich Your Life in Just 77 Days (Hardcover)
Just 77 days to a happier, more prosperous life
From Here to Financial Happiness is the day-by-day guide for anyone dreaming of a better life. Whether you're dealing with debt, uncertain about retirement or simply want to get a grip on your finances, this book can put you on the road to happiness with a simple 11-week journey. Just 5-10 minutes a day to think about money, your habits, your goals, and your dreams. What steps can you take today to get your finances on track? What bad habits, bad investments, and misconceptions should you let go of? This book is packed with 77 days' worth of real, actionable guidance for getting your money right--for good. It's not an investment scheme, not extreme couponing, not something else to add to your daily to-do list. Instead, it's about changing you--and the way you handle and think about money--so you can start building the life of your dreams.
The next 11 weeks will be a revelation: Some days you'll learn about finance, other days you'll learn about yourself. Many days, you will be given a concrete list of things to do--right at that moment--to start steering your financial situation onto the right path.
- Learn how to stack the financial odds in your favor
- Amass savings for retirement, the children's college or that next financial emergency
- Change your perspective on money and its role in your life
- Get your financial house in order--and keep it that way
A better life is possible. You do have the power to change things for the better. From Here to Financial Happiness is your personal roadmap to financial freedom.
About the Author
JONATHAN CLEMENTS is the founder of HumbleDollar.com and author of seven earlier personal finance books, including How to Think About Money. He sits on the advisory board and investment committee of Creative Planning, one of the country's largest independent financial advisors. Jonathan spent almost 20 years at The Wall Street Journal and worked for six years at Citigroup, where he was Director of Financial Education for Citi Personal Wealth Management.