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The Woman's Guide to Money

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2007

    Gentle Growth for more life and money

    I read Keehn's first book and was impressed with her down-to-earth thinking. Her advanced financial background is built apon with a gentle blend of psychology and common sense. This new book continues on in a logical direction from the previous. This time though she gives the reader more specific strategies and exercies to move through levels of awareness and behavioural changes. Chapter Six alone is well worth the price of the book as, it will help all who read it deal with one of lives most confining problems - fear. As a man reading a book for woman, I found that the content applied to anyone who has a nervous system, and that should apply to anyone who does. I am hoping Keehn continues to write on this subject, as I believe that she is one of the most innovative thinkers on the subject.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2006

    USA ... you'll love this book!

    Released in Canada in the spring of 2006, this book will touch your financial soul! Keehn is a master at making you feel you're worth a million dollars...even if you're that much in debt. As an expert in her field, she understands that net worth and self worth are two very different distinctions. She speaks to you as a whole individual and her expertise is worth ten times the price of the book.

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