Money Silence May Be Costing You a Fortune
Are you concerned about finances but dislike talking about money?
If so, you are not alone. Almost half of Americans say that the most difficult topic to discuss with loved ones is their personal financial situation, so much so that they would rather discuss death, politics, or religion.
But what price do you pay for staying quiet?
Written by Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, a wealth psychology expert, international speaker and author, and host of the Breaking Money Silence® podcast, Breaking Money Silence is not just a book—it’s a call to action.
The buzz about the book
Whether it’s your romantic relationship or with your kids, parents, siblings, employer or even your peers—Kathleen provides tactical, practical, and actionable strategies to break down those confining money walls. Your entire financial foundation—heck, your entire life—will be stronger for having read this transformational book.Manisha Thakor, CFA, CFP®Co-Author, On My Own Two Feet: A Modern Girl's Guide to Personal Finance and Get Financially Naked: How to Talk Money with Your Honey
Talking about money is the most important personal finance skill anyone can learn, and Kathleen has literally written the book. In fact, this isn't a book—it is a guide. Follow it and it will change your life!Carl Richards, CFP® New York Times Columnist and Author, The Behavior Gap: Simple Ways to Stop Doing Dumb Things with Money
As a woman who personally knows the high price of money silence, I highly recommend that you read Kathleen Burns Kingsbury’s latest book, Breaking Money Silence. Engaging, entertaining, and inspirational, Breaking Money Silence is a must read for women who are ready to shatter the taboos that have held us back.Barbara StannyAuthor, Prince Charming Isn’t Coming: How Women Get Smart About Money