, pub-4807045201008872, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 meta name=", pub-4807045201008872, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 Ginger High- Books R Us: REVIEW OF CHANGING THE CONVERSATION BY G. KLABEN


Thursday, November 4, 2010


Changing the Conversation: Transformational Steps to Financial and Family Well-BeingIn Changing the Conversation: Transformational Steps to Financial and Family Well-Being, Gary Klaben mentions that America's future is still bright even after many political and fiscal system dysfunctions. American's need to figure out how to unlock the needs of today s individuals and families defines the challenge of achieving a better future. Changing the Conversation -- taking note of today s anxieties in the workplace, in communities and in homes -- argues that a new kind of conversation is urgently needed. People require a new and profound support system involving mutual trust, long-term relationships, interdependence, intimate knowledge and practical consolidation to reduce complexity and live simpler, happier lives. Changing the Conversation outlines the journey from dependency to mastery, from self-discovery to multigenerational financial and family realization. It is filled with insightful, even startling, conversations about what really matters and how to think, prioritize and act. But before you can start to decide the optimal structuring of assets, cash flow, taxes and estates for a family, you must first appreciate the emotional steps necessary to truly transform financial and family well-being. All of us must anticipate change, prepare to manage it, and seek to lead it whenever possible.

My Thoughts-

When I started to read the book,  I though it was like any other financial book that told us what to do with our money. Changing the conversation was very different and used real-life examples and essays to explain what we need to do to help ourselves financially. It was well written and very easy to read. He describes the problems that we are facing daily and how we got into that situation. He stresses the family and how young children should taught how to manage money. I have learned in life that you should take care of yourself before worrying about money. Some of you may not agree with me but if you do not have spiritual and physical well being, what good is money anyway. This is a great book and a must read for everyone. Maybe it will help you solve some of your financial problems.

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Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book from The Cadence Group for my honest review and I was not compensated for my review.


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