Read Worth It: Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms Online Free - From the founder and superstar CEO of DailyWorth.com—the go-to financial site for women with more than one million subscribers—comes a fresh book that redefines the relationship between women, self-worth, and money. Worth It shows women how to view money as a source of personal power and freedom—and live life on their terms.
Millions of women want to create financial stability and abundance in their lives, but they don’t know how. They are stuck in overwhelming confusion and guilt, driven by internalized “money stories” that have nothing to do with what is really possible. As the founder of DailyWorth.com, a financial media and education platform, Amanda Steinberg encounters these smart, ambitious women every day. With this book, she helps them face their money stories head on and wake up to the prosperity that awaits them.
Worth It outlines the essential financial information women need—and everything the institutions and advisors don’t spell out. Steinberg gets to the bottom of why women are stressed and anxious when it comes to their finances and teaches them to stay away from strict budgeting and other harsh austerity practices. Instead, she makes money relatable, while sharing strategies she uses herself to build confidence and ease in her own financial life. Through her first-hand experiences and the stories from other women who’ve woken up, Steinberg’s powerful and encouraging advice can help women of any age and income view money as a source of freedom and independence—and create bright financial futures.
|Title||:||Worth It: Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms|
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February 15, 2017
This is, hands down, the best book for women on money that I have read yet, and I have read most of them. Amanda's down-to-earth style of talking to the reader as if we are a close friend with whom she openly shares all of her missteps and mistakes is at once endearing and refreshing. Her method...
April 07, 2017
It seems I have a lot to learn! Learning that I am worthy of being paid depending on your experience and expertise. Learning how to save and invest is an important practice. And practice it is.
This books takes us through your relationship with money. Many women ignore finances allowing their husb...
February 25, 2017
"Money gives you choices. More income helps point you in the direction of safety and security. But true prosperity requires that women step into the role of the money manager without apprehension, guilt, fear, or shame. It's time. Owning your power, and money means owning your worth."
For many, mo...
February 10, 2017
Shed the Shame, Drop the Blame, Play the Game
Merge the topics of women, self-worth, and money together and I am there. This alone is one of the main reasons I loved Steinberg’s book Worth It. Just the fact that someone is writing and speaking out on this topic is huge. Steinberg is the founder an...
February 27, 2017
OMG - so good.
Amanda explained very gently that I have essentially been in a money coma for most of my adult life. However it's never too late to wake up unpack your own money story, develop understanding and awareness of money.
This may well be my get out jail free card. I have attempted a numb...
August 01, 2017
This is a tough book to review. Steinberg offers some really good, no-nonsense advice, and I found her style more accessible than many personal finance books. But like many books of its kind, this one is written with middle and upper-middle class people in mind. There is really no mention of uniq...
February 22, 2017
This book is a great resource for younger women concerned about money. I did think the author's suggestions were valuable and could be used by those just starting out and those of us that want to increase our savings without trying to stick to an impossible budget.
February 20, 2017
Every woman should read this! I've been a fan of Steinberg's & Daily Worth for years. She does a great job of breaking down how important it is for women to stay engaged when it comes to how they spend money & growing wealth.
March 08, 2017
Interesting thoughts on women and money . Ties together family history , societal views and attitude towards money .
A bit loose with facts
August 12, 2017
since one of my hobbies is celebrity look-alikes, I should start by noting that she reminds me of Huma Abedin.
Moving right along, pretty good straightforward financial advice. The slant is that it's for women, but by and large it seemed nonspecific -- saving for retirement, spending less than you...