Only after you have clearly identified what it is you want from your life can you make good decisions regarding money and the role you want it to play in your life.
California (Vocus) November 9, 2010
Money Smart author, Ted Hunter asks, “What are your hopes and dreams, your goals and desires?” Perhaps an unexpected question to find in a new book about achieving financial freedom. Not so, claims Hunter--in fact, it is probably the most important question to answer if the reader truly wants to reach their money goals. What matters most? Is it spending time with family and friends? Traveling the world? Owning a great home? Hunter states that making the mistake of spending money on low priority whims, trading away the things that matter most, is a not a trade worth making.
Money Smart acknowledges, that yes, identifying hopes and dreams can be difficult, but also points out that someone is unlikely to get the things they wish for unless they first identify them. Hunter explains that "every expenditure you make is a trade that requires you to give up something else and it's critical to become consciously aware of the trades you are making.” Hunter contends that “only after you have clearly identified what it is you want from your life can you make good decisions regarding money and the role you want it to play in your life.” Money Smart and http://www.moneysmartonline.com provide a practical goal-focused approach and easy-to-use worksheets to help readers achieve those hopes and dreams.
Combining Hunter’s sixty years of experience and a common sense approach, Money Smart shows readers that they are capable of managing their money better than anyone else. Presenting easy-to-use tools and a clear list of rules to follow, Money Smart teaches readers to make solid, educated decisions so they can effectively manage their money and make their dreams a reality.
Money Smart can be purchased online at http://www.moneysmartonline.com and Amazon.com.
About the author
Ted Hunter is a successful business man who, thirty years ago, built a successful real estate brokerage with over 100 agents that went bust in the real estate crash of the late 80’s. Learning from this experience he then entered into the stockbrokerage industry, successfully helping his clients make money and advising his clients to get out of the stock market in early 2000 before the market started to dive. In the fall of 2005 he did it again, warning all who would listen of the coming crash of the real estate market. He wrote Money Smart to share his knowledge of cycles in both the real estate and financial markets as a way to help people take control of their money and create financial freedom.
Ted is a native of the New York City area and now resides in Davis, California, with his wife Suchit, and their daughter Kat. Ted is also the proud father of three adult sons: John, Dave and Dan.
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