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IS MONEY A CONCERN OF YOURS? DO YOU WANT A DEBT SOLUTION?
WHETHER YOU’RE TRYING TO IMPROVE HOME BUDGETING, RUNNING A SMALL BUSINESS OR WORKING IN A LARGE ORGANISATION - NOW IS THE TIME TO MOVE FROM THE DEBT DITCH 'INTO FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY' WITH THE MONEY PSYCHOLOGIST! – INCLUDING TOP TIPS XMAS SPENDING!!!
November 2008/London – Whether you’re trying to improve home budgeting, running a small business, or working in a large organisation, seeing the way forward while in this recession could lead to a richer, satisfying future according to Psychologist & Money-Management Expert, Christine Thompson-Wells, Author of Making Cash Flow - a tool for financial empowerment (available on www.planet-press.biz & www.amazon.co.uk, £19.99, November 2008, Planet Press).
Written using the author’s own experiences of managing a business during the last recession, Making Cash Flow will help anyone find doable solutions FAST, so debt could be the start of a new beginning – once you have the right mental tools to think differently about debt. Like her, Christine believes anybody can start again and become financially empowered.
Now more than ever before, it is apparent that cash flow problems are worldwide, in every country and every home, from banks and government institutions to everyday family finances, retirees’ and students, and from the smallest businesses to large organisations. Following her own experiences, Christine has been saying for years that money is psychology; and that business is not about business: primarily it’s about psychology and confidence. It’s the game of money and how to play the game of money that makes money work – or not...
Using Christine’s unique Financial Existence Panel, you will understand where you fit into the six categories of money existence and where you are now – unemployed, employed, self-employed, business owner, investor or inherited wealth. You will also learn how to take control of your own financial existence – in the home or workplace - and how to move forward with your thinking and your wealth creation.
Christine explains, “Knowing our type of existence allows us to take control of our financial position. Taking control eliminates negative stress. Taking control and becoming empowered will allow a person to re-evaluate the situation and then they start to search for solutions to their debt."
Chapters in the book include Making Cash Flow, Your Master Plan, The Life of a Small Business, Understanding Debt, Stepping Beyond Debt, The Process, The Goal and The Way Ahead.
'The Money Psychologist’s’ tips for Christmas spending:
• "Don’t buy anything on a credit card unless you can pay it off completely at the end of the month.
• If you have to use a credit card to buy personal or client presents, or to pay for the staff party, especially if you haven’t paid off your card completely this year, you cannot afford to put extra debt onto the card. Ask yourself: ‘do I need another debt?’
• Write out a Christmas list before any Christmas shopping or spending; create a budget; do not spend over your budget; stay with your list; stay in mental control!
• Don’t add to your debt, work with your debt to become debt free in 2009. Stay focused all of the time while shopping or spending.
• Don’t let the ‘wants’ become powerful. At this time, only buy your ‘NEEDS’. Learn to separate wants and NEEDS.
• Explain to friends, family or staff if you need to reign in spending – people understand more than ever the effects of the credit crunch so look for alternative and cheaper ways to celebrate Christmas.
• For 2009, create a doable and workable plan and keep focused on what it will be like to live debt-free. Living within your limits over the Christmas period will add to a more exciting and fulfilling life in 2009!"
Ask yourself, ‘Is it worth it, getting into debt, the gift is fleeting
but the payment could be long-lasting!
Making Cash Flow comes complete with nearly 70 illustrations to help you to keep on track with the debt while making plans for the future. These illustrations help even non-traditional book readers see how, when working with your mind, managing debt not only becomes a challenge and a growth in our lives but can eliminate negative stress and replace it with good stress; the stress of the winner – it takes good, positive stress to succeed.
Christine has walked her talk and in parts of the book shares her painful story of enforced bankruptcy in Australia in 1998. Making Cash Flow gives individuals, business owners and managers in debt the tools, know-how, dignity and fortitude to grow from the experience and to enjoy a financially sustainable future.
CHRISTINE'S TOP 10 TIPS FOR MONEY MANAGEMENT:
1. Stay empowered with the situation.
2. Develop your talents and skills and the human spirit within you.
3. See the debt as a challenge and not a curse.
4. Create a Plan A; once the Plan A is in place, develop Plan B.
5. Always have a Master Plan.
6. Don’t allow reactivity to hold you back; think proactive to become proactive with your debt and your life.
7. Turn the table around, use the ‘niches of time’ to develop a sustainable future
8. Don’t allow the Pendulum mind to take over your thinking.
9. Debt is a ‘No bars’ prison and will eventually kill you – deal with it NOW.
10. Work the formula in the book to become ‘financially fit’ in the future. Separate needs from wants.
Stockists Information: Available on www.planet-press.biz www.amazon.co.uk
All publicity enquiries re Christine Thompson-Wells and Making Cash Flow – A tool for Financial Empowerment to:
Sue Blake Media on 0208 979 5220,email@example.com
ISBNs 978 0 9551498 8 7, price £19.99
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