Finding yourself a little short on cash these days? Gord Stein can help. Cashflow Cookbook offers up an assortment of ways you can save some serious cash, all served up in manageable, delectable, bite-sized pieces. Dig in!
There is wisdom and beauty in simplicity. The Wealthy Barber taught us about the importance of paying yourself first and to couple that with the power of compounding. Cashflow Cook Book offers simple, straightforward strategies that will allow you to save more of your hard-earned money. I recommend it to any young family starting out, or anyone that just likes to receive a little extra value for their hard earned $$.
If you’re going to write a book about personal finance, Job One is to say something different than the hundreds of books already covering the topic. Novice author Gordon Stein aced this test.
I believe life is a game of inches. Daily habits that we make that add up to make us successful.
Just like Al Pacino said in Any Given Sunday… “because we know when we add up all those inches that’s going to make the difference between winning and losing… between living and dying.”
Gordon Stein created a book about personal finances and using this inch-by-inch concept to help you save a ton of money.
I only wish I had this available in my 20s.
Gord lays it all out on how you can do a number of small things daily to get you to achieving long term wealth.
Get the book. I think we could all use this.