"Within these pages is a set of tools that can help us understand and honor the dreams of all those who seek a larger life than money alone can buy."
-Christopher Hostetler, CFP®
Durham, NC (PRWEB) June 02, 2011
Think you can't afford the life of your dreams? The newest book by Dr. Deborah Hining, Certified Financial Planner®, says otherwise. And in the midst of a tough economy, that's music to a dreamer's ears.
Take a bit of history, a dash of philosophy, and a heap of financial wizardry, and you have 'Money is No Object,' a must-have guide for resourceful women seeking to use their assets more fully. Based on her 17 years as a financial planner in Durham, NC (and her lifetime as an avid dreamer), Hining has learned that "our real resources lie within ourselves."
This newest book from Hining guides women on an adventure that will help them achieve their greatest desires. Most importantly, it leaves women understanding how fabulously wealthy they really are––no matter how much, or how little, they have in their checking account.
This is a practical guide to dreaming big and finding surprising resources to achieve those dreams. It is more important to capitalize on our innate assets, Hining says, than to rely on the surprisingly unimportant bottom line.
Combining useful exercises (accompanied by a cup of tea) with contextual lessons about the "herstory" of money, 'Money Is No Object' takes women through a step-by-step process of identifying what they really want and then helps them to identify and increase the resources necessary to achieve their dreams.
"During the economic downturn of 2008-2011, some of my clients lost their high-paying, prestigious positions with companies they had worked with for decades. At first, they were stunned with grief upon hearing of their layoffs, but then they eventually came to understand that they now had a great opportunity to break free of the golden handcuffs and do what they had secretly been yearning to do for years. Now some of them are feeling like they are finally doing what they really should have been doing all along…" ('Money is No Object,' 2011, Dr. Deborah Hining)
As Christopher Hostetler, CFP®, says, "Within these pages is a set of tools that can help us understand and honor the dreams of all those who seek a larger life than money alone can buy. Wise financial advisers will be sharing this book with their clients for years to come."
In additional to 'Money is No Object," and other works, Hining has written 'The True Story of Cinderella and How She (Really) Became a Princess.' Hining's 'The True Story of Rapunzel and How She (Really) Escaped from the Tall Tall Tower' will be released late summer 2011.
Hining is available for interviews, author readings and financial workshops.