Financial and career management is something I didn’t learn a lot about in school beyond the ‘never-give-up’ and ‘save, save, invest’ speeches. Earn what you’re worth takes it a little deeper than that. It explores the psychology and perceptions people have about money and works on you from the inside out.
Written in a style that doesn’t exactly spoon-feed you but enables you to work things through – it fosters change in perceptions about work, money and careers. Aspiring entrepreneur or employee, it contains sound advice for discerning where you are, stating clearly where you want to be and mapping the journey there by covering topics such as sales, psychology, financial management, entrepreneurship. The book is a good base text for anyone who wants to find out what is needed to be financially savvy.
Sure, it’s mostly directed towards young women but guys, if you get your hands on one, don’t feel shy about thumbing through.