Workbook

Stop Sabotaging Your Own Efforts to Gain Financial Freedom

Change is possible. Not being honest about your money may feel more comfortable than being clear and conscious about what you do with your money. However, the only way to have the life you dream of is to tell the truth. The clarity you gain from a thorough examination of your relationship with money will benefit you both personally and financially.

This book contains dozens of exercises specifically developed to help you gain this clarity so you can change your life and reach your goals. You'll discover

  • How you are affected by what you learned about money as a child
  • How much your credit cards are really costing you
  • The seven roadblocks to creating an ideal life
  • The connection between self-care, self-worth, and net worth
  • The "Twelve Steps to Self-Care"
  • How to bring life to your values and visions



"Sam and Suzanne's book provides a clear, gentle, and joyful path for people to heal old, limiting beliefs about money and earning."

                —Christy Strauch, author of Passion, Plan, Profit:
Twelve Simple Steps to Convert Your Passion into a Solid Business

"A wise friend once told me that if you want to really understand yourself, take a look at what you spend your money on. It's so true. I understand myself much better now that I've read Suzanne and Sam's book—it's loaded with insight, wisdom, and practical advice. Wealth and Well-Being Workbook: Overcoming Barriers to Financial Independence is a must-read for anyone who wants a healthy relationship with money."

                —BJ Gallagher, author of Why Don't I Do the Things I Know Are Good for Me?
Taking Small Steps toward Improving the Big Picture

"A very wise book from two very wise people. I especially love their "worth circle": Self-Care leads to Self-Worth leads to Net Worth. In other words, rather than focusing on increasing your net worth, focus on increasing your self-care, and the money will eventually follow. Sound advice."

                —Kim Hermanson, PhD, author of Getting Messy: A Guide to Taking Risks
and Opening the Imagination for Teachers, Trainers, Coaches, and Mentors

When you increase your understanding of your personal and financial worth, you can achieve economic well-being.


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