The Financial Wellbeing Book
Ignore the advice you find in books
That’s not to say you won’t find good advice in a book, but how do you know which advice is right for you?
The Financial Wellbeing Book is full of advice with a twist. To structure your finances in a way that suits you, you need to understand what you want from your future – and that’s a lot harder than you might think.
To achieve financial wellbeing that is right for you, you need to decide what you want from your future. The Financial Wellbeing Book is all about recognising what you want to achieve, and planning how to get there.
Understand your motivation
Define your goals
See your challenges clearly
Take control of today
Plan for the future
The book takes you through the five aspects of financial wellbeing, liberally sprinkled with tips and anecdotes. It is concise and action driven, even giving space for writing your notes at the end of each section.
Penny Brohn helps people focus on each area of their lives, and make small but significant changes to bring them into balance. Building resilience in this way supports our immune systems and the body’s natural capacity to protect against cancer.
The author is donating his proceeds from this book to Penny Brohn UK.
ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE BOOK ARE GOING TO THE PENNY BROHN CANCER CARE CENTRE
Penny Brohn UK pioneers a whole-person approach to cancer, which is designed to support every aspect of a person’s life. Cancer affects the mind, body, spirit, and emotions. It also impacts our relationships, community, environment, and practical issues such as work and finances.
Stress acts as a drain on the body’s resources. Worries about money can be a major cause of stress, so achieving financial wellbeing is an important part of health. Penny Brohn’s whole-person approach helps people to live well with cancer.
TOOLS AND RESOURCES
When you’ve read The Financial Wellbeing Book, you can use the interactive tools on the Tools and Resources page to understand your goals, recognise your challenges, and build a plan to nurture your financial wellbeing.