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Imagine if your life were an art museum. Your family life could be a warm portrait, your sense of humor an abstract sculpture. Now think about your finances. What type of portrait or picture manifests when you think about the role that money plays in your life?
We all will have a different picture come to mind when we think about money. Some of us may be able to come up with masterful pieces that could rival even the most intricate Monet paintings. We might be sitting in a luxurious house with anything we want, various investments that add splashes of exotic color, and a full bank account that puts a lot of green onto our painting.
Others could see paintings that contain only a few colors, but plenty of red. Letters stamped with past due or late fee in crimson could create a hue on our financial portrait that is only rivaled by the red we see when we feel anger, anger over past mistakes or poor financial decisions.
Still others may have a simpler picture. Our finances could consist of nothing more than a child like picture scrawled in crayon. This could be only a very early draft of what our long term finances can look like.
I want to help you bring some bold, new pieces into your financial life. Some masterpieces can take years to complete, but it will be worth it to see something similar to the Sistine Chapel where a hollowed out building used to be.
I have a palette full of tools that you can use in order to create your own individual financial masterpiece. A wallet that is fully under your control will be a brush that you can use for delicate strokes. Exercising self control will be the chisel that allows you to turn a block of money into a sculpture of financial success. When you discover the most involved and advanced money saving tactics from this palette, you will be able to add splashes of color to bring your financial world to life.
It doesn't matter what your past financial life has looked like. It could be marred with a dark and grim portrait, filled with strife and grief. You might have something that could be a masterpiece, but it just needs a little extra something. From the moment you turn this page I am giving you a clean slate, a new canvas. I will give you the artist's tools, piece by piece. By the time you are finished you will not have something that I have created. You will be looking at your own self-created financial masterpiece. Clear out any old ideas and put them into storage, it is time to craft a brand new centerpiece for your financial life, and it starts now...
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Evan Wright is the son of Paul and Stephanie Wright. His childhood was spent in a small rural town before he moved to the bustling city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Evan’s earliest writing work consisted of short fiction stories regarding childhood adventures of himself and his brother, Logan. High school writing included stories for the school newspaper, the local paper, analytical writing on a variety of topics, and short stories for collegiate level courses. While attending college at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Evan’s writing was much more focused on business and the technical aspects of marketing. These included complete marketing plans, market research logs, a consumer behavior thesis, and some humanities and creative writing mixed in for flavor. As Evan approached his senior year at Robert Morris, a meshing of all the ideas began. Creative ideas from childhood began to mix with analytical thoughts and theories within the fields of business and marketing. Out of this union, this book was born and created during Evan’s final semester. Upon graduating “summa sum laude” from Robert Morris, Evan decided to undertake writing and entrepreneurship as his career goal. With his first book completed, Evan’s focus has now shifted to expanding the concepts in the book to other volumes, and into other aspects of the business and retail world.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 194 pages. 8.00x0.49x5.00 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1480217476
Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1480217476