Who can you trust about money?

If you like plain English – and plenty of humour – this could be the book for you.

In ‘Who can you trust about money?’ I expose the army of enemies you face when it comes to managing your money… and I blow up the myths that surround it too.

Click the video above and, if you’re short for time, scroll to 4 mins 47 secs on the timer bar to find all the enemies to your money that I tackle in this book.

I think you’ll be surprised just how many there are.

Here’s what on leading journalist said about this book

Who can you trust about money?

Two books in one

Now, I must warn you, this is quite a big book – in fact, it’s two books in one.

And that’s because I took the Sun Tzu approach to winning battles… and applied them to how we might win our battles with money 😉

Sun Tzu was the Chinese General from more than two thousand years ago who wrote a book called the art of War.
And his famous advice for removing the fear of battle is to:
know your enemies and know yourself.

In Part 1 of this book, I uncover all the ‘external enemies’ to your money.

And in part 2, I explore the ‘behavioural’ enemies (we all have) ‘inside our heads’

It’s these enemies, of course, who often lead us into our biggest money mistakes.

Now, as I’ve said, this is a BIG book and if you want something shorter, go for my newer book, ‘Who misleads you about money’ – which is an update on part 1 of this book.

Whatever you decide, if you want to learn more about (and start beating) the enemies to your money, you’re in the right place.

Thanks for dropping in

Paul

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