More than Enough: The Ten Keys to Changing Your Financial Destiny

More than Enough: The Ten Keys to Changing Your Financial Destiny

by Dave Ramsey

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Overview

In his first bestseller, Financial Peace, Dave Ramsey taught us how to eliminate debt from our lives. Now in More Than Enough, he gives us the keys to building wealth while also creating a successful, united family. Drawing from his years of work with thousands of families and corporate employees, Ramsey presents the ten keys that guarantee family and financial peace, including: values, goals, patience, discipline, and giving back to one's community. Using these essential steps anyone can create prosperity, live debt-free, and achieve marital bliss around the issue of finances. Filled with stories of couples, single men and women, children, and single parents, More Than Enough will show you:


   •  How to create a budget that fits your income and creates wealth
   •  What finances and romance have to do with one another
   •  What role values play in your financial life
   •  How to retire wealthy in every way
   •  And much, much more

Resonating with Ramsey's down-home, folksy voice, heartwarming case histories, inspiring insights, quotations from the Bible, and exercises, quizzes, and worksheets, More Than Enough provides an inspiring wealth-building guide and a life-changing blueprint for a vital family dynamic.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780142000472
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/28/2002
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 118,900
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Dave Ramsey, the nationally-syndicated radio host of "The Money Game" and bestselling author, has helped thousands through Financial Peace University-a 12-week financial planning program. He presents seminars in churches and corporations throughout the country. He holds a degree in finance and real estate and lives with his family in Nashville Tennessee.

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More Than Enough 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
RolfDobelli More than 1 year ago
"What goes around comes around" best describes Dave Ramsey's view of life and his approach to personal finance. Cheating on your taxes, lying to your spouse and gossiping about your co-workers will block you from achieving real happiness, even if you get rich. Though some readers may be more comfy with Ramsey's Christian leanings and scriptural references than others, it's hard to fault his folksy advice, his formula for success or his financial worksheets. While explaining sound fiscal planning, he also emphasizes the importance of living by an ethical code. He teaches that compromising your integrity sabotages your prosperity. Ramsey believes riches come to moral people who give to others - especially if they also control their budgets and pursue written financial goals. The one misleading element in the book is his subtitle. Ramsey does not identify "10 keys to changing your financial destiny." In fact, he lists 32 ethical, practical "keys" to the "more-than-enough mansion." getAbstract recommends his fatherly financial advice.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read and passed this book along to many. We all, at some time, need direction when it comes to money, family and life in general. This book is plainly written and easily understandable. The author values the family and promotes communication. It is a no nonsense guide. I highly recommend his radio show also.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sound financial advice in an easy to read format. Started in Feb. 2012 and have already said "bye,bye" to four credit cards forever! A must read for anyone who truly wants to be debt free. No sugar coating or get rich quick scheme--just good sound advice in layman's terms.
erikssonfamily on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I could not finish this book. I barely got through "Financial Peace," so I wasn't really expecting to make much progress with this one. Anyway, the writing is atrocious. His "valuable" life lessons are merely face lifted steps mentioned in his previous book. He approached his faith only when it served to further his agenda or when the book seemed too "secular." The information is valuable, but he presents it poorly.
chsbellboy on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A decent book as far as advice goes, but longer than need be to discuss the topics he covers. Some of the calculations make impractical assumptions, such as interest rates on the order of 12%, etc.
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mkMN More than 1 year ago
reinforces what Dave says on his radio show.