MoneyZen: The Secret to Finding Your

MoneyZen: The Secret to Finding Your "Enough"

MoneyZen: The Secret to Finding Your

MoneyZen: The Secret to Finding Your "Enough"


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An NPR "Best Books of 2023" Pick

A leading financial expert breaks down the personal, cultural, and societal forces that have led us to falsely believe we can never have, do, or be enough, and shows us a fresh new path toward “MoneyZen”—her joy-based approach to living a life rich in financial health and emotional wealth.

For anyone who has ever felt that they can never measure up, MoneyZen is your cure.

No matter your age, income, or profession, it’s all too easy to fall prey to the false belief that the amount of money you earn, or accomplishments you achieve, or praise you receive is just Never Enough. In MoneyZen, financial industry veteran Manisha Thakor candidly shares how she overcame toxic behaviors around work, money, and prestige that had threatened her relationships, her health, and her career, told alongside the inspiring stories of individuals from all walks of life who reveal their own struggles with “Never Enough.”

Through Thakor’s interviews with a wide range of interdisciplinary experts, you’ll learn how personal traumas, cultural influences, societal pressures, and even our own biology have conspired to make us believe that “more” is the answer to all our problems. And you’ll discover a unique way to reclaim your life using a formula that’s ultimately rooted in less: Financial Health + Emotional Wealth = MoneyZen.

The result is a powerful, research-based framework for getting off the hamster wheel of 24/7 striving so you can start to live a life fueled by authentic joy, connection, and meaning.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780063247963
Publisher: HarperCollins
Publication date: 08/08/2023
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 298,749
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Manisha Thakor has worked in financial services for more than thirty years, with an emphasis on women’s economic empowerment. A nationally recognized thought-leader in this space, Thakor has been featured in a wide range of publications including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, NPR, PBS, CNN, Real Simple, and Women’s Health. Prior to writing MoneyZen, Thakor co-authored two personal finance books for women in their twenties and thirties. Today her work focuses on helping women of all ages to balance financial health and emotional wealth. Thakor earned her MBA from Harvard Business School and BA from Wellesley College. She splits her time between Portland, Oregon and rural Maine. Her website is

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