You Are a Badass at Making Money: Master the Mindset of Wealth Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
“A cheerful manifesto on removing obstacles between yourself and the income of your dreams.” (New York Magazine)
From the number-one New York Times best-selling author of You Are a Badass, a life-changing guide to making the kind of money you’ve only ever dreamed of
You Are a Badass at Making Money will launch you past the fears and stumbling blocks that have kept financial success beyond your reach. Drawing on her own transformation - over just a few years - from a woman living in a converted garage with tumbleweeds blowing through her bank account to a woman who travels the world in style, Jen Sincero channels the inimitable sass and practicality that made You Are a Badass an indomitable best seller. She combines hilarious personal essays with bite-size, aha concepts that unlock earning potential and get real results.
- Uncover what's holding you back from making money
- Give your doubts, fears, and excuses the heave-ho
- Relate to money in a new (and lucrative) way
- Shake up the cocktail of creation
- Tap into your natural ability to grow rich
- Shape your reality - stop playing victim to circumstance
- Get as wealthy as you wanna be
“This book truly crystallizes the concept that financial abundance is an inside job - in that it all begins with your mindset - and Sincero gets serious (in the funniest ways possible) about helping you identify your particular limiting beliefs surrounding money.” (PopSugar)
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|Listening Length||6 hours and 59 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||April 18, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #733 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#5 in Money Management & Budgeting
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Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2021
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There is a large amount of enthusiasm in the book, but very little practicality behind it.
One great example of this is how the book has several mini-stories about random people who "made money successfully." One of them is about a woman who needed a lot of money quick. She went into the attic and discovered a stock/bond paper or something that turns out to be worth exactly the amount of money she needed! Amazing, the moral of the story: YOU CAN MAKE MONEY LIKE THIS TOO!
See the problem? The book is littered with stuff like this, over and over.
The author spends a large amount of time writing how she had to come up with a large amount of money for some seminars on how to make money. Something like $80,000 for a seminar. Which she ends up borrowing from someone. By the end, I'm more confused than when I started. Was the lesson to not be afraid to ask people for money? Were there tips on how to ask people for money? Was it a recommendation to not be afraid to spend large amounts of money that isn't yours on seminars? That's nearly 1/2 a year's salary for someone with a technical job like myself, well above the average person. No one in the right mind set should follow that advice. Never put yourself in crippling debt, with a friend or family member no less, for something like a ~seminar~.
What exactly the author benefited out of that kind of money being spent on a ~seminar~ was totally lost on me. More so on the second time I read those parts.
Who is this book for?
I guess it's for people who think their money problems go away by spending more money than they have on seminars and feel-better-about-yourself guides.
What does this book do?
I guess at the end of it, you get you into the mind set that you could get away with robbery for silly reasons (like asking your friend/family for a stupid amount of money on loan). I'm guessing that is the point of the title.
What does this book not do?
Not a drop of practical advice on making money and actually being badass at making money. Just makes you think it, somehow?
So the pro's of this book:
I love that it's in her voice. It's engaging and I find that listening to these kind of audiobooks, even if they are repeating the same information, beneficitial.
The con's of this book:
Nearly nothing feels or seems remotely fresh in terms of new ways of seeing my money situation. In terms of results from this book, I didn't notice any inclination to take more action. She's also a coach, and touts the benefits of coaching in almost every chapter. I don't mind that she's selling herself in her own book... but at the same time it just made me have my hackles up most of the book because the way it was presented seemed like coaching was The Answer most of the time, instead of 'a possible answer if it makes sense to you'.
There are other books I found way more useful in terms of motivation, inspiration, and lasting change. Some of them being; The Richest Man In Babylon. After years and years, I still apply what I've learned there. I know what I applied will let me comfortably retire on over a million dollars.
I'm sorry to write this review in some ways, because Jen really has a great tone of voice but honestly this is what I got from this book.
It took me so long to get through the first 70% of the book, thinking "surely it will get better eventually" without it ever getting better that I was past the seven day return policy for a Kindle book.
For many people, we look at money negatively. We don't see money as a means to an end. When we receive money, we are happy. When it is taken away from us, we are sad. When we don't have any money, we are scared, fearful, and missing it like an ex-lover that has left us. Yet, money gets a bad rap. People claim it is the root of all evil, when in fact it is not money that is evil. Money is a medium. It is what we decide to do with money that determines whether the use of money is good or evil. In other words, it is the person using the money that is innately good or evil. We are the ones who decide that, not money.
By dealing with how we view and treat money, this book is designed to help us get to the root of why we are in the predicament we are in when it comes to money. It is up to us to deal with and change how we view money, especially if we want an abundance, rather than a lack of it.
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• Use self-awareness/mindfulness and meditation to become aware of your limiting core beliefs
• Use positive thinking and visualisation to counteract your limiting core beliefs
• Habitually become a more positive thinker
• Positive thoughts and consequent positive feelings prompt you to take action on what you want to achieve
• More action leads to more success
There. I've saved you a few hours.