The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money

The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money

by Robert Wm Wheeler Cpa
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The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money by Robert Wm Wheeler Cpa

Feeling financially tapped,

emotionally trapped?

Do you feel the heat rise in you every time you pay bills or feel the aggravation of watching a loved one waste money? Is your money nerve being pinched? This book is at the nexus of your heart and your wallet, helping you navigate your emotional response to money. This dynamic approach to personal finances helps you:

replace outdated belief systems related to money

overcome fears around money

have a healthy relationship with money

create honest budgets

With compelling personal narrative, Bob Wheeler identifies the struggles within financial histories that bind us to the past, and breaks open new possibilities, creating new roadmaps for the future. The Money Nerve sets you on a path to financial freedom.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781452569406
Publisher: Balboa Press
Publication date: 04/04/2013
Pages: 154
Sales rank: 845,132
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

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The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
AuthorsWebTVHost More than 1 year ago
What’s not to like about The Money Nerve? I liked the personal stories; those just seem to bring an uncomfortable topic, like money, down to the more human level. I liked the Call to Action segments at the end of the chapter. These make you a participant in change, not just reading a book about what you “should do.” I find this type of coaching much more friendly to learning and Robert Wheeler understands this. Wheeler also interjects a bit of humor in the book, but you might think he’s a psychologist rather than a CPA. I think he’s a bit of both because he definitely understands the human psyche. Good reading for anyone (isn’t that all of us?) who has issues with money.