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How One Book Changed My Relationship With Money - Giulio Bonasera
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How One Book Changed My Relationship With Money

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“Your Money” Book Review
“Your Money” teaches very concrete methods of keeping track of your finances — there are spreadsheets and expense tracking, simple graphs and investment recommendations — but what I took away from it was a shift in thinking, from chasing money for the sake of having it to using it in service to my goals. I’d forgotten the values I learned as a child. “Your Money” reminded me. - Concepción de León