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The 30-Day Money Cleanse

Take Control of Your Finances, Manage Your Spending, and De-Stress Your Money for Good
Narrated by: Teri Schnaubelt
Length: 2 hrs and 59 mins

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Take control of your finances and de-stress your relationship with money! 

Like food, money is something all of us use but none of us talk about - creating a stressful relationship that most of us suffer from, obsess over, and try to avoid altogether because it feels too impossible to manage. No matter your income, understanding and controlling your own financial position will allow you to not just exist securely, but to be happy and free in your choices.

©2019 Ashley Feinstein Gerstley (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Vitaliy
  • 07-06-2019

Good book

This is good book. But like with all of the instructional audio books you cannot take notes when you need to, so I’m going to get me a ebook or regular book.

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  • Damn
  • 16-01-2020

Practical NoBS guide

Nobody talks about it. Tips from the Internet's blogs are full of BS. This book is for serious people.

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  • Courtney Kimbrough
  • 21-12-2019

TOO WHIMSICAL

The author made many good points about how to keep your money in check. Only to be preceded and followed by stories and how-to, that will never fit anyone person. I feel that this book was written with the essence of appealing to women. As a man, it was painful to read or to listen to. It felt overall like a regurgitation of all of Dave Ramsey's books. Leading people down a path of lack and scarcity and making them believe it's a beautiful way to live.