From Worry to Wealthy: A Woman's Guide to Financial Success Without the Stress

From Worry to Wealthy: A Woman's Guide to Financial Success Without the Stress

Chellie Campbell

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 1492604801

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Achieve Financial Freedom from Life with Chellie Campbell's No-Stress Success Plan!

Why is it that women are earning more than ever before yet still feel powerless when it comes to money? When it comes to financial security, it's time for us to stop feeling insecure.

From Worry to Wealthy is the guide every savvy career woman needs to succeed on her own terms. In this empowering book, personal finance guru Chellie Campbell draws on proven strategies from her popular Financial Stress Reduction workshops to help women win at work and life, including how to:

•Harness the four Cs of career success: Confidence, Charisma, Clients, and Cash
•Avoid common pitfalls like the Attitude That Will Kill Your Business: "I Can't Do It Myself" and working for praises vs. raises
•Earn support for your goals from spouses and loved ones
•Gain business knowledge from everything you do (even playing poker!)

With her unique female perspective, relatable anecdotes, and easy-to-follow advice, Campbell offers an indispensable road map for every woman to create a successful , happy life at any time.

"Chellie does a brilliant job providing a road map for mastering the financial tools necessary to lead a life created by you and for you. A must-read-and a gift-for every woman at every stage of life."-Betsy Myers, founding director of the Center for Women and Business at Bentley University and former White House adviser on women's issues

"If you're looking to master your money and your life, you've got to read this book."-Carol Kline, coauthor of New York Times bestsellers Happy for No Reason and Love for No Reason

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not overspend. At the same time, you have to invest money in your business before you get a return on the investment. You have to spend money on websites, office supplies, computer hardware, software, training, research and development, trademark protection, insurance, advertising, public relations, etc. Even if it increases your good debt for a time. You have to factor all of that into your pricing to make sure that you are profitable. You might save money today by not developing a website, but

is your life. Allow the Spirit of Creativity to Take Over There are certain stories I wrote in The Wealthy Spirit that I absolutely love. I can say that with modesty, even though I wrote them, because I’m not sure how I wrote them. They are evidence of the magical things that happen when you are “in the zone.” They just came through as I sat at my computer typing and thinking and writing. Once in a while, something else took hold, the zone embraced me, and images flowed through my mind and

“I’m catching lots of flies, I’m catching lots of flies…” But they don’t build a web to catch them, so all the flies just zoom on by. Then they complain, “Those silly affirmations never work!” Like spiders, we all have blind spots that keep us from attaining our goals, having all the clients we want, and making all the money we desire. We need teachers, mentors, and trainers to help us see the holes in our programs, devise the remedies to fix them, and practice our new choices until they become

for a few minutes, is a great reminder of how, at its core, life is really very simple.” —L.N., attorney 8. What was your “Aha!” moment that made your business and/or your life better? “Do not wait until I have it all figured out to get started. Just trust my core skills and the service I provide—focus on doing that very well and the details I can work on and refine along the way. Making good, genuine interconnections in my community has also been very important.” —K.B., marriage and family

Academy Awards. Michael Arndt, author of Toy Story 3, when asked, “What’s a typical workday like?” responded: “I wake up late, have breakfast, read the paper, procrastinate until I hate myself, and then I just start writing.” Don’t you love that “procrastinate until I hate myself”? If I never had a deadline, I’d probably procrastinate forever. But giving myself deadlines, like the ones for producing this book, makes me do what I truly, deeply want to do anyway—speak, teach, and express myself

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