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Monday, June 11, 2012

Announcing an exciting new book - Financial Fitness for Beginners by Diana E. Young

“Practical money management with a unique and honest approach. This century‘s The Wealthy Barber.” Karen Laing, Director, Prospera Credit Union

This first book in the Financial Fitness series provides you with a fresh approach in a simple 12 week step-by-step program to help you get financially fit. Financial Fitness for Beginners by Diana E. Young comes complete with a companion website

Learn from Diana who retired before she was 50, and now lives half a year sailing around the world and the other six months at a ski resortall achieved by adhering to the principles in this program.

• Say no to budgets!
• Spend less time worrying about your finances and more time enjoying life.
• Work less and bring home more, including an improved quality of life.
• Learn how to be financially fitor how to get back in shape.

Purchase your copy (softcover book or Kindle edition) of Financial Fitness for Beginners today and get your special free bonuses:

Diana E. Young lives with her husband Peter of 34 years. Six months of the year they reside in a ski resort in Vernon, B.C, close to family and friends. The other six months of the year they sail around the world onboard their sailboat QuickStar. They have four children, one grandson and a new granddaughter.

Diana’s personal philosophy about money, which she shares in this book, is that doing is more important and meaningful than having. Giving to others, either through financial donations or time, is the foundation of a fulfilling and purposeful life. Time freedom and quality of life remains her top priority. She believes to be truly wealthy you have to be rich in love. With her family and friends from around the world, her life is over flowing in abundance and she is truly grateful every day.

1 comment:

LM Preston said...

Financial fitness is a learned habit of living within your 'means' and its hard in this world of credit card debt, student loan debt and more. Also, we have to realize that life happens and event the best intentions sometimes end with putting people in dreadfully dire situations - but there is recovery. Thanks for sharing this.