Why do high schools and colleges require students to take courses in English, math and science, yet have absolutely no requirements for students to learn about personal money management?Why Didn't They Teach Me This in School? 99 Personal Money Management Lessons to Live By was initially developed by the author to pass on to his five children as they entered adulthood. As it developed, the author realized that personal money management skills were rarely taught in high schools, colleges and even in MBA programs. Unfortunately, books on the subject tend to be complicated, lengthy reads. The book includes eight important lessons focusing on 99 principles that will quickly and memorably enhance any individual's money management acumen. Unlike many of the personal money management books out there, this book is a quick, easily digested read that focuses more on the qualitative side than the quantitative side of personal money management. The principles are not from a text book. Rather, they are practical principles learned by the author as he navigated through his financial life. Many are unorthodox in order to be memorable and provoke deeper thought by the reader.
Through Cary Siegel's bestselling first book Why Didn't They Teach Me This in School? 99 personal money management principles to live by he has educated and motivated over 200,000 people on improving their financial life. Now he is doing the same in regards to life management with his second book, Why Didn't They Teach Me This in School, Too? 99 life management principles to live by. His latest book provides 8 important lessons with 99 principles of life management that are both simple and memorable. Written for his five children who are now in high school, college and the workforce, the author's principles also apply to adults of all ages. In fact, by incorporating these easy life management principles, there is no doubt you will improve your current situation and make smarter decisions as you move forward in life. These are principles learned from real life experiences, not a textbook!
The quintessential guide to kick-starting your career, fully revised and updated for the ever-changing modern job market Despite a recovering economy, many Americans are still losing their jobs, while many who do have jobs are overworked, maxed out, and miserable. In this fully revised and updated edition of I Don’t Know What I Want, But I Know It’s Not This, career coach Julie Jansen shows how anyone—whether you’re unhappy with your job, or without one—can implement a real and satisfying transformation. Changing careers, conducting a job search, or starting a business is more complicated than ever before. Jansen has updated her classic guide to address the unique challenges of today’s job market, from the ever-more important world of social media to new ways of funding your own endeavors online. Filled with quizzes, personality assessments, and real-life examples, this guide helps you identify the type of work you’re best suited for and provides the know-how—and the inspiration—for transforming an uncertain time into an opportunity for meaningful change. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Author: Sarah Young Fisher
Release Date: 2016-10-11
Genre: Business & Economics
Revised and updated, this new edition of Idiot's Guides: Personal Finance in Your 20s and 30s, Fifth Edition, explains all the basic information you need to get started in life and plan for your future. You'll learn how to manage all aspects of your personal finances, as well as enhance your financial plan to yield better returns on your investments. + The basics of personal finance, such as creating and following a budget, learning how to maintain a healthy savings, and building an emergency fund. + Up-to-date look at internet and online banking and choosing the best account options. + The truth about credit cards, how to wisely use them, and how to pay off debt wisely. + Creative ideas for developing a plan to pay off student load debt and understanding your choices if you choose to further your education. + Ways to make wise choices on big purchases such as homes and transportation. + Tips on how to make the right choices when you're unemployed or underemployed, short on assets/funds, or lack employer-sponsored healthcare options. + A thorough explanation of 401(k) plans, individual retirement accounts (IRAs), and how to make the most of them. + The basics on investing your money wisely.
Author: Kyla Hunt
Release Date: 2017-10-06
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
Addressing the needs of new adults—those aged 18–29—in the library is a relatively new yet important challenge. This book explains the needs and wants of new adults in the public library setting and identifies their preferences pertaining to physical space, programming, and technology. • Clearly differentiates new adults from teens and older adults and explains why serving this demographic is important to the success of your library • Defines the needs of the new adult population and identifies programs suited to them • Explores outreach plans tailored for the new adult population
Author: United States. Congress
Release Date: 2004
The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)