Sacred Success®: A Course in Financial Miracles shows women there is a better way to achieve wealth and power: on your own termsas a woman.
Barbara Stanny, the leading expert on women and money, has helped women take control of their finances for two decadesand she knows there is much more to success than how much you earn. In her work with powerful, successful women over the last 20 years, bestselling author and financial educator Stanny has found that most women’s problems with money have little to do with money itself, but rather with their fear of, or ambivalence toward, power. Instead of pushing women to pursue financial success in the traditional fashion, Sacred Success seeks to redefine power from a feminine perspective.
More than a financial guide, Sacred Success is a primer on power for womena tutorial for taking charge of your life by taking charge of your finances, and not only growing your money but creating a deeper, richer, and more meaningful life. Best described as “ A Course in Miracles meets the Wall Street Journal ,” Sacred Success gives you a proven process that uniquely blends the practical, psychological, and spiritual work of wealth.
You can be financially successful without sacrificing your soul or compromising your values. You can create wealth and exercise power by staying true to your authentic self and personal mission. Start now.
|Publisher:||BenBella Books, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Randye Kaye is an accomplished voice talent, actress, singer, broadcaster, and author. She received a Listen-Up Award nomination and starred reviews for Ben Behind His Voices, which she also wrote, bringing together the various facets of her career.
Table of Contents
Introduction: And So It Came to Be xvii
Part 1 The Problem
Chapter 1 Women, Wealth, and Power … Oh My! 3
Chapter 2 Preparing for the Passage 19
Part 2 The Process
Chapter 3 The Call to Greatness-Stage 1 41
Chapter 4 Receptive Surrender-Stage 2 65
Chapter 5 Disciplined Action-Stage 3 101
Chapter 6 Disciplined Action, Part 2-The Discipline of Affluence 133
Chapter 7 Modeling Greatness-Stage 4 161
Part 3 The Power
Chapter 8 Welcoming the Warrior 183
Chapter 9 Women Waking; Mountains Moving 199
Financial Documents 213
Net Worth Calculation 219
Vital Financial Information 222
About the Author 239
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I recently decided that I was going to make the best of my remaining time of living in the Washington D.C. area by keeping the job I already currently have and work a second job (once again I intend to stay in the area for the rest of this year, but I now prefer to publicly keep quiet on when I know that I must relocate). However, I recently found out that one of the jobs I interviewed for in the D.C. area(as a second job opportunity) went to another candidate because they had greater flexibility in the days and hours that they would be available for. I’m at least grateful to have found out the reason. However, I’m also grateful that this book Sacred Success; A Course in Financial Miracles by Barbara Stanny is available to help me take a look at my beliefs around ways of creating greater income. The following are some of the pearls of information contained in this book (I’m guessing that the positive image on the book has to do with believing and knowing that the world is your oyster) Information on some of the clients that the author has worked with such as a non-profit director and an executive coach (pgs, 44 and 45). An interview the author recalled reading about in the Wall Street Journal (pg. 68). Her experience working with an advertising executive from a retreat (pg. 122) Pgs. 151-152-She shares a triangle diagram as it relates to money, affluence, and discussion of various levels involving money (i.e. the first level of establishing a six month emergency fund, the second level of conservative stocks and bonds etc.) Welcoming the Warrior and the author’s descriptions on what a warrior means(pg. 196). I admit that just the Warrior archetype alone may take me some time to ponder on because I’m still trying to at least retrieve and bring on the self-confident aspect of my eighth grade self who made class valedictorian and was voted most likely to succeed (it was out of a class of at least 389 other students and I actually believed in my own intellectual brilliance and the unlimited possibilities for my bright future).