The Difference: How Anyone Can Prosper in Even the Toughest Times

The Difference: How Anyone Can Prosper in Even the Toughest Times

by Jean Chatzky
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Difference: How Anyone Can Prosper in Even the Toughest Times 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Princeton_NJ More than 1 year ago
I was able to read an advance copy and I couldn't put it down! As always, Jean's calm and direct style is both informative and entertaining. I'm thinking about everything differently since I finished the book -- especially the financial headlines and how the economy does AND DOESN'T impact me. Best of all, I've realized that there are things I can do to get me back on the wealth track right away. I can't wait to buy the workbook. Congrats Jean, you've done it again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been pretty good with saving my money but I know that I can always improve. In light of the economy in the past year and since I will be retiring in about 12-14 years, I decided to buy this book. I have seen Jean on Oprah several times and I like her approach to saving $. This book helps you determine what kind of saver you are and also highlights interviews with people that have been successful. I see some areas that I can "tweak" to maximize my savings. I would recommend this book if you are seriously interested in improving your money management.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it!! That was awesome!! &hearts Bella
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Thats amazing i loved it &hearts Jade
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"Hi, Mrs. Hemmings!" I smile as I see my homeschool teacher walk through the door to the study. "Hello, Grace. You know how I have a son?" Mrs. Hemmings asks me. "Yes. His name is Luke Hemmings, right?" I look at my hands for a second then I look back up at my teacher. "Correct. Well, he's on holiday and my husband couldn't watch him so I decided to take him to work today. Is that alright?" Mrs. Hemmings looks directly into my blue eyes. I swallow a little. A boy besides my father? I've never seen another male before, let alone talked to one. "Yes. That is completely fine." I answer, despite my worries. They are only worries, after all, right? "Come in, Luke." Mrs. Hemmings waves in her son. "Mom. I don't want to go in there." I hear a male whisper. Wow. How polite of him. "Nonsense! Grace is a sweet girl! Now come in here." Mrs. Hemmings whispers back then looks at me and smiles. Seconds later, a tall boy with blonde hair and lip piercing walks into the study. His blue eyes meet mine for a second then I look down at my feet. "Grace, this is Luke, my son. Luke, this is Grace, my student." Mrs. Hemmings introduces us. I slowly walk toward my desk and Luke sits next to me. "He-hello." I stutter. What a beautiful way to present myself. I'm wearing a red plaid skirt, black long sleeved shirt, white tights and boots that reach mid-shin. I have no make up on and my hair is in a ponytail. "Hey." Luke says and I look up at him in amazement. Did he just say 'hey' as a greeting? I've never heard anyone do that before. It was always 'hello' or 'hi'. Never once was it ever 'hey'. "Grace. Pay attention. Just because Luke is here, it doesn't mean that there is no school." Mrs. Hemmings scolds. "I am very sincerly sorry, Mrs. Hemmings. It won't happen again." I say as I sneak one last look at Luke. *LUNCH* "You guys can go out to the backyard." Mrs. Hemmings smiles as she sees that I'm staring out the back window. I smile at Mrs. Hemmings, greatfully, and stand up. I start to walk tpward the back door then stop and turn around. "Would you like to go out back with me, Luke?" I ask politely. "Uhm... sure." Luke smiles a little and I smile back. We walk tpward the back door together and I open the door for Luke. Luke takes the door and let's me go outside first. As Luke closes the door, I sit down in the grass. "I know that my backyard isn't all to big, unless ypu count a 150 centimeter by 390 centimeter backyard relitively big." I say. "Okay." Luke gives me a look that makes me feel like I'm some kind of crazy person. I blush and look down. I hear Luke laugh. "I'm confused. What's so funny?" I cock my head to the right. "You are. You're pretty enough where people would think that you're dumb but then you turn out to be some kind of nerd." Luke smiles. "Oh... uhm... I don't understand. What's a nerd?" I crinkle my nose. "A nerd is a smart person. Like, an extremly smart person." Luke explains. "Oh. So, based upon my looks, people automatically think that I am un-intelligent but I turn out to be rather the opposite, meaning that I am extremly intelligent." I explain to myself. Luke starts to laugh and I join in after I realized what I said.************* Wassup? I hope ypu guys like it! &#9829 A
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Compelling. I really like the positive "Secret" spin.
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