I’m so grateful for your help—and I was deeply inspired by your responses. On December 31, Penguin Random House is publishing “Financially Fearless: The LearnVest Program for Taking Control of Your Money.”
Managing your money shouldn’t be overwhelming, which is why I wrote this book as though I were talking to a friend, sharing my own money experiences.
I firmly believe that not having a plan is a plan—just a really, really bad one. So this book covers what’s critical. We’ll dive into your money psychology. We’ll walk you through the 50/20/30 budgeting framework, digging into your spending and saving. Once that’s squared away, we’ll even show you how to protect yourself.
And since I know that personal questions will come up, I’ve made sure that our team at LearnVest Planning will be there for you. Each copy comes with a $50 credit toward the LearnVest Action Program, so you can have your questions answered by a certified financial planner™.
To a Financially Fearless 2014
Kick-start your New Year’s resolution by pre-ordering your copy today. If you send us your receipt at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 8, you will get access to an invite-only online chat with me. I’ll reveal my favorite tips from the book and answer your burning questions.
You, Financially Fearless
I wanted to call this book “The F Word” because finance is still too taboo. With “Financially Fearless,” it’s time to spark a real discussion about money—and we’ll help you get the conversation started.
Would you be interested in having a LearnVest planner help you kick off your own “Financially Fearless” book club? Email email@example.com, and we’ll be in touch with details.
What People Are Saying About “Financially Fearless”
Curious to know what those who’ve already read the book think? Here’s just a sampling of feedback from heavyweights like The New York Times:
“If Alexa von Tobel has her way … financial advice will be as widely available—and affordable—as any other mass-produced consumer product or service.”
—The New York Times
“Controlling your personal finances means controlling your destiny. Von Tobel shows you how to get the books of your own financial life in order, so you can live boldly, autonomously, entrepreneurially.”
—Reid Hoffman, co-founder and chairman of LinkedIn and the author of “The Start-up of You”
“Financial decision-making, like happiness, requires choice, knowledge and effort. Von Tobel brilliantly outlines exactly how to pursue all three, so you can maximize both your money and your happiness. ‘Financially Fearless’ should be required reading at every school and company in the modern economy.”
—Shawn Achor, New York Times bestselling author of “Before Happiness”
Here’s to making 2014 our most financially fearless year yet!
Let’s do this,
Alexa von Tobel
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