The Beach Misses You: A financial fable for happiness and internal peace

The Beach Misses You: A financial fable for happiness and internal peace

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by Steve Rhode
     
 

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In turbulent economic times often the hardest thing to find is a corner of peace and happiness in the middle of money troubles and worries. The Beach Misses You is a core financial lesson wrapped in a fable to help the reader understand where happiness can be found when it comes to finding a solution for the stress, worry, and desperation that debt can bring to our

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In turbulent economic times often the hardest thing to find is a corner of peace and happiness in the middle of money troubles and worries. The Beach Misses You is a core financial lesson wrapped in a fable to help the reader understand where happiness can be found when it comes to finding a solution for the stress, worry, and desperation that debt can bring to our lives.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000839188
Publisher:
Steve Rhode
Publication date:
03/29/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
571,856
File size:
169 KB

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Meet the Author

Steve Rhode is an experienced consumer debt expert who helps people for free through the site GetOutOfDebt.org.

He specializes in helping people find good answers to bad debt and find their way to happiness and peace so they can enjoy a better future.

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The Beach Misses You 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
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I saw this in B & N , and thought it looked interesting, when I downloaded it, it was a whole 24 pages long. I thought it was a strange story. At the end of the story, it gives you a website , for people in debt, not sure I liked it, just wondering why the book is so big in the store, and so small on the nook?
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