Be Good to Your Money : And Your Money Will Be Good to You by Lisa Frye (2003, Paperback, Large Type)
Overview This new and informative book details easy-to-implement financial strategies to benefit anyone, at any income level. It clearly and concisely explains how to manage your money so that it becomes a profit source. It shares with you a millionaire lifestyle that doesn't require you to be a millionaire. Discover the author's little secrets of success that amount to great financial rewards. This unprecedented peek into the author's dynamic and personal journey from financial disaster to financial freedom, is filled with a wealth of savvy business smarts and financial wits. She injects from her personal experience as an educator, real estate agent, insurance broker, entrepreneur, and investor to write on diverse subjects as investing, starting a successful business, giving, getting control of your finances, and much, much more. About the Author Lisa Frye is an educator, insurance broker, real estate agent, and an investor. She is the owner of several businesses, including an elementary school. In 1999, she received the Thomas Jefferson Award from NBC 5 Chicago for her community service, which includes being a member of several Boards. She is the past Youth Chairperson of the Chicago South Chapter of NAIC (National Association of Investors Association) and past Coach of the Millennium Millionaires Youth Model Investment Club. She has been featured on the Thomas Jefferson Award program, Where in the World Is Art?, and Thread the Needle. But, most importantly, she is a mother to her teenage son, Quintin, who is, also, an entrepreneur and investor.
- ISBN-13: 9780972603287
- Publisher: L L Q Publishing
- Publication date: 3/1/2003
- Pages: 112
- Sales rank: 1,225,776
- Product dimensions: 4.26 (w) x 8.68 (h) x 0.34 (d)
5.0 / 5.0
I highly recommend this book to anyone. Especially people who feel they don't make enough money to live their dreams. This book shows you how it's not how much you make, but what you do with what you have. It is simplistic in its style which makes it perfect for one not knowing how to handle money. Giving you basic everyday principles to apply and think about. With great examples of how we take our money for granted and use it poorly and how not to. Covering setting goals, budgeting, purchasing cars, real estate, insurance, investment, traveling and more.