Live It, Love It, Earn It: A Woman's Guide to Financial Freedom
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Live It, Love It, Earn It: A Woman's Guide to Financial Freedom

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"Part motivational, part personal finance...Olszewski seeks to first inspire before she walks you down the path to prosperity."
-The Washington Post


Marianna Olszewski didn't start out rich, happy, and fabulous. Strapped-for-cash beginnings motivated her to strive for abundance and financial independence-goals she exceeded by age thirty as the founder of a multimillion-dol...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published December 27th 2011 by Portfolio Trade (first published December 18th 2009)
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Betsy
I really love this book. It was like The Secret + a Suzy Ormond book. There was a lot of great advice. I dog-eared a lot of pages out of my library book, but I think I might just purchase this for future reference.

A great tool for anyone looking to save money, invest money, and get their finances together. There is even a wonderful section on how to start your own business.

What I liked best was the personal success stories scattered throughout that inspire and educate readers. There are also s...more
Andrea Dowd
This was a fine financial guide but a bit heavy on the "you go girl!", emphasis on the "girl" bit.
Molly
The book didn't have as many financial tips as I would have liked, or was hoping for, I enjoyed reading each of the women's personal experiences leading up to financial and business success. I wasn't much for the positive affirmations or practice exercises outlined in the book (just not my cup of tea).
Lauren
While I found some of the information relating to investments and retirement funds to be useful, I thought that overall the book was poorly written. The 'girly-girl' theme was rather irritating and really took away from the information being presented. I would not recommend.
Alison
Completely condescending. Who cares if the author was anorexic/bulemic? What does that have to do with learning how to manage my money? Ack. I should have known better than to read a book geared towards women and finance. Back to Orman and Ramsey.
Devon
Misleading title and synopsis for me...she has some inspirational points. Not the best self-help book for empowering women I've ever read, but not the worst either. Read if a friend can lend it to you...don't spend the money on it.
Cheacatt
Very encouraging and made me feel optimistic :) Loved her visual board idea, and the chapter on acting as-if.
Hayfa AlNuwaiser
If u like to learn how to make money in future, be seccusful .. It all about money and finance.
Tricia Perdigon
Some things I don't agree with but all in all a solid read. :)
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