Invest in Yourself-Six Secrets to a Rich Life

For many individuals, success is no longer simply a matter of having a fat bank account or a large investment portfolio. Nowadays, people often want to find ways to break out of the rat race and lead freer, happier, and more fulfilled lives. 

Do your dreams include spending more time with your family, pursuing a career you love, even if it doesn`t pay very well, or simply finding the time to enjoy life`s pleasures? If so, Invest in Yourself-Six Secrets to a Rich Life is a practical guide to finding satisfaction in all areas of your life. It helps you decide what you really want, and then assists you in plotting a course to achieve your goals. Along the way, it offers a useful blend of philosophy, money-saving tips, and personal finance strategies. 

If the notions of "voluntary simplicity," "downsizing debt," or "tightwaddery" appeal to you, Invest in Yourself-Six Secrets to a Rich Life is a book you may want to look into. 

Marc Eisenson is a nationally recognized expert on personal finance. His focus is on helping Americans live better on less, while saving money and getting out of debt. Gerri Detweiler is a noted authority and media commentator on the credit and financial services industry. Nancy Castleman is Eisenson`s partner and the co-publisher of their joint project, the Pocket Change Investor newsletter.

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