Are you making a living? Or, as Joe Dominguez puts it, are you making a dying? Dominguez was a Wall Street analyst who walked away from a high-powered financial career in 1969, retiring at age 30. Afterward, he lived comfortably on about $7,000 per year while donating a small fortune to various charities.
Transforming Your Relationship with Money is his life's work - a revolutionary guide that will help you find peace with the concept of money, stop consuming things you don't really need, and start contributing to the goals and ideals you believe in.
Joe Dominguez achieved financial independence not through a get-rich-quick scheme but through a path of inquiry that led him to question the very nature of our relationship with money. Here, he illuminates the equation between money and our most precious resource - our life energy - so that a powerful new definition of money emerges. In nine simple steps, he teaches you how to consciously track, evaluate, and direct the flow of money - without compromising your principles or most cherished dreams.
"The foolish person wants more money and more of the things money can buy," Dominguez says. "The wise person wants enough money and more of the things money can't buy: health, happiness, love, and peace of mind." Now the personal money management course that brings this wisdom to consciousness is open to every listener, with Transforming Your Relationship with Money.
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- Isleide K
Need a workbook.
Joe Dominguez seemed like a funny typical New Yorker. We could have been friends! The info was good, clear but slightly dated in aspects. It was funny to listen to Joe's stories. Though "the workbook" was always prompted and I looked everywhere for it, Barnes and Noble, the online store for the book, Idk. Just supplemented that aspect for myself with other resource workbooks like "The 30 Days Money Cleanse" book and "Kakebo" This book was helpful for to continue my journey to FI or I like to just call it Financial Freedom.
Worked for me once about 20 years ago. Am reviewing and the audiotape got tangled and died. So great that this audiobook is available. I'd forgotten how funny, and down-to-earth Joe Dominguez was. Will be referencing frequently.
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