Now is the time to be amongst the first in line for Jo Thresher’s debut book.
Entitled ‘What’s Your Excuse for not Being Better With Money?’, Jo’s book will help you past your money management obstacles.
Being better with money isn’t always easy.
We can all list our excuses.
- “I don’t have time.”
- “I’d rather go to the pub.”
- “I’ve messed up before.”
- “I don’t believe in pensions.”
- “My credit card is my friend.”
But when your excuses are your obstacles, how do you step back and take control?
Better with Money’s Director brings 30 years of experience into a handy and helpful book. It contains the details you need to get to grips with your personal finances.
Whether you’re daunted by debt or sinking under statements, you can dodge your avoidance tactics and regain control of your money.
‘What’s Your Excuse for not Being Better With Money?’ provides wealth in the form of hints, tips and professional pieces of advice. It’s a book full of useful information, guides and ideas. It’s all the inspiration that you could possibly need.
If you’re exhausted from sleepless nights, or if you’re tired of holding your breath every time you use your card in a store, then Jo Thresher’s book is a long overdue addition to your household.
For just £7.99, you can get your hands on one of the very first copies of What’s Your Excuse for not Being Better With Money?
You’ve already waited too long. Why wait a moment longer?
Pre-order a signed copy exclusively from http://www.betterwithmoney.com/employee-resources/ or a standard copy from the usual outlets such as Waterstones and Amazon, ready for delivery to your door. Jo’s book is released on 20th February 2017, in time for a refreshing mental spring clean that will do wonders for your bank balance – and your emotional wellbeing!
Anyone can be Better with Money. By pre-ordering today, you’re less than a month away from throwing your excuses into the bin. And, because motivation is nothing without the practical information, you’ll also have all you need to make real changes to your day-to-day financial situation.
What’s your excuse?