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The 21-Day Financial Fast: Your Path to Financial Peace and Freedom di [Singletary, Michelle]
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Financial Peace and Freedom in 21 Days

In The 21-Day Financial Fast, award-winning writer and The Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary proposes a field-tested financial challenge. For twenty-one days, participants will put away their credit cards and buy only the barest essentials. With Michelle’s guidance during this three-week financial fast, you will discover how to:

  • Break bad spending habits

  • Plot a course to become debt-free with the Debt Dash Plan

  • Avoid the temptation of overspending for college

  • Learn how to prepare elderly relatives and yourself for future long-term care expenses

  • Be prepared for any contingency with a Life Happens Fund

  • Stop worrying about money and find the priceless power of financial peace

As you discover practical ways to achieve financial freedom, you’ll experience what it truly means to live a life of financial peace and prosperity.

Thousands of individuals have participated in the fast and as a result have gotten out of debt and become better managers of their money and finances. The 21-Day Financial Fast is great for earners at any income-level or stage of life, whether you are living paycheck-to-paycheck or just trying to make smarter financial choices.

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  • Lunghezza stampa: 242
  • Utilizzo simultaneo di dispositivi: Fino a 5 dispositivi, per limite di editore
  • Editore: Zondervan (7 gennaio 2014)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00DL10HHQ
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  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: #517.052 a pagamento nel Kindle Store (Visualizza i Top 100 a pagamento nella categoria Kindle Store)
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5.0 su 5 stelle A Confirmed Path to Financial Peace and Freedom 10 settembre 2014
Di Karla Karoma - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I participated in the 21-Day Financial Fast this past July. It was an excellent experience. The 21-Day Financial Fast: Your Path to Financial Peace and Freedom is required reading for participants. Michelle Singletary approaches the financial fast and lessons from a Biblical perspective. That may turn some folks off, but I want to encourage those of you who say Bleah to reconsider. I walk a slightly different spiritual path than Michelle, but did not find anything presented in the book to be a turnoff. It's kind of like a 12-step recovery program - your Higher Power and mine may be different, and they can very much co-exist together.

I learned a ton participating in the fast - not just about finances and how to manage them better, but about me and my habits, many which are not beneficial to healthy finances. Those things can be sneaky, and Michelle does a great job giving examples of what those might be.

I've decided that I'm doing a quarterly financial fast to keep myself on track as I continue to exercise newly found financial muscles. That may taper off to 2 or 3 times a year, but I found so much benefit, that I want to continue to challenge myself to be a better steward of my resources. Plus the other cool thing about this process is how creative a person can be in saving money. I actually had fun.

And a side note - a lot of this is difficult. My difficult areas may not be yours and vice versa. Give it a try, and hang with it for the 21 days. See how well you do. Subscribe to Michelle's Color of Money (Washington Post) column electronically; she'll announce when she's doing the next fast. In the meantime, there's a lot you can do yourself. And if you choose to wing it, her Financial Fast videos are available on YouTube, so you don't have to go it alone.

A final note - I cut my monthly credit card bill down by 50% during the fast, and have consistently cut at least 1/3+ out in the months following. We always pay it off, but when you put a lot on the card, it shortchanges other areas. Tired of shortchanging my savings and my retirement funds. Tired of shortchanging other areas of my life. And now that I have the tools and support - I know where Michelle's videos are - I'll continue exercising my new financial freedom muscles.
105 di 109 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Sound financial principals whatever your personal beliefs.... 3 marzo 2014
Di KKJ Of the Amazon - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile
So since this has somehow become a major point of contention for those who are rating the book poorly, I will start by saying I am NOT a conservative Christian. No, no, no, no, way. I am a Pro-Choice, Gay Rights, left-leaning dem and I liked this book. The principals behind this book are humanistically sensible! She is teaching you how to get at the root of why you spend like you do and then how to make a plan of action to STOP DOING IT! All while in the midst of the very exercise that at its conclusion can have easily saved you a $100 plus dollars in 21 days. For her the basis by which she does this is rooted in her faith and upbringing. For you or others reading it may be as simple as the need to get up from under the debt that is “oppressing” you. If you aren’t able to look to God for that direction and focus, would not the ability to stop and examine yourself still be of value for the period of just 21-days?

Of course the point of the book in its entirety is to read it and do the journaling exercises which again I, as a woman of faith ---though not the same as the author, personally had no issue with--- but if the mere appearance of the word God is a bridge too far for you then you will be missing out on the sound financial advice that is contained within these pages.
6 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle This book changed my life (not hyperbole), but be aware: SFC! 5 febbraio 2017
Di A. Kay - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
If you can get past all the super fundamentalist christian (SFC) stuff in this book, the main message and point of it is pretty great. I first discovered it about five years ago via the Washington Post (where Singletary is a writer) and I'm not kidding or exaggerating when I say it changed my life. I'm not Christian at all, but somehow I battled through, probably because I was in a REALLY bad financial place at the time and desperate to dig myself out of the hole I had created. I had about 10k in credit card debt, $0 savings, over $40k in student loans that I had periodically ignored or gotten forbearances on, had just made a cross country move that I couldn't afford, and I come from a family of people who are just TERRIBLE with money. I had really kind of lost hope. This book, well the exercise of doing the fast in this book, really changed the way I think about money, about spending, about saving, about what I really "need." It's only 21 days, so I initially thought, oh that's not bad at all, I can give this a try. For the 21 days, you read a chapter a day, and there is an assignment at the end of the chapter (some of which I didn't do because they were too jesusy, but some of them, especially in Part 2, are great. There are budget worksheets, you have to look at your credit card statements very carefully (first, look at your balance and see if you can remember what you bought, what the balance represents. You probably can't), lessons on entitlement ("I deserve a vacation", "I deserve to buy myself a little treat"), etc. And during the 21 days, you cannot use credit or debit, only cash, and you can only buy essentials (hence the "Fast" part of the Financial Fast). That means no eating out, no going to the movies, no gifts; you can still go to entertainment functions, but only free ones. You can buy groceries and medicine, and that's about it. But it's only 21 days! Anyone can stick to something for that little time. It might sound like a hokey diet, but when you change your spending a prolonged period of time, it does change the way you think in a way that just a day or two or three does not. I've done it several times, so trust me on this. Just try it.

It's worth it. There are a ton of studies about this, many quoted in the book, but from an anecdotal perspective: using cash really changes the way I spend (even to this day) and forcing yourself to THINK about your purchases for 21 days just really changes my mindset. That's why I do it again every new year; it's like a "reset" to me.

It's over four years since I first did the fast (I have done it at least once a year since, but sometimes I've done it several times a year when I find a friend who wants to do it but needs support - it definitely helps to have someone with whom to check in), and I am happy to report that in 2016 I became 100% debt free, and honestly, it's only because of this book. I do not think I would be debt free today had I not found this and taken to it. I paid off my credit card debt, my student loans, a personal loan from a family member, and I now even am building savings, for the first time in my life and definitely for the first time in my immediate family. I'm saving now to hopefully one day buy a house, which would be the first time in my life to live in a place that is not rented.

I do wish she would write a secular version of this book, because I always feel weird recommending it to people (and have to give them the SFC caviat), but I am not kidding at all when I say that she changed my life, changed the way I think about money, and has become the financial role model I never had, that helped me to become (what I think of as) a real adult, a financial grown up.
4.0 su 5 stelle Potentially Life-Changing Book with a Few Rough Spots 15 agosto 2015
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This is an important and potentially life-changing book with some sloppy moments. My husband and I each purchased a Kindle copy of this book and read it separately, then made time every night to review the chapter and our answers to the daily assignments that Michelle Singletary gives. The book illuminated many dark areas of our finances and is still helping us, months later, to address our financial problems.

When I say sloppy moments, I mean such errors as displaying two pie charts purporting to show the different amounts young people and older people should allot to different types of investments - and the two pie charts are exactly the same. A few of the chapters contradict the basic message of the book, too. For example, at the beginning of the book, you are told not to spend any money at all on food outside the home during the 21 days of the fast. Yet, in one of the later chapters, Ms. Singletary says (I am paraphrasing), "Heck, I work hard, I make good money, I deserve to eat dinner at a nice restaurant." Kind of calls the main thrust of the fast into question. Finally, there are a number of typos and misspellings, a couple of which are inadvertently amusing. Someone was asleep at the wheel in editing a book that would otherwise have been a 5-star read.

My final comment is that this book will only help you if you "work the book." If you're thinking of simply skimming it or reading it for a few good tips, forget it. The 21-Day Financial Fast can support you in changing your financial future - but only if you put the requisite effort into it.
5.0 su 5 stelle Being a "godly" steward of God's money!! 3 agosto 2015
Di Wanda M. Ryan - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Biblical and practical. It's more than just getting out of debt and making a budget which is certainly and clearly addressed. Michelle gets deep into subjects such as the reasons for our spending habits and to look forward to retirement, long term care for yourself as well as your parents ( I've had to use the resources cited for caring for the aged since going through the fast). There are many other resources for becoming better financial managers of the resources given to us by God. Going through the fast and doing the 30-day spending "analysis" has made me much more sensitive to spending, saving, and giving without being stingy and a hoarder!! Michelle's book is really helping me to become an even better "godly" steward of God's money!!
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