From Worry to Wealthy: A Woman's Guide to Financial Success Without the Stress
Achieve Financial Freedom from Life with Chellie Campbell's No-Stress Success Plan!
Why is it that women are earning more than ever before yet still feel powerless when it comes to money? When it comes to financial security, it's time for us to stop feeling insecure.
From Worry to Wealthy is the guide every savvy career woman needs to succeed on her own terms. In this empowering book, personal finance guru Chellie Campbell draws on proven strategies from her popular Financial Stress Reduction workshops to help women win at work and life, including how to:
•Harness the four Cs of career success: Confidence, Charisma, Clients, and Cash
•Avoid common pitfalls like the Attitude That Will Kill Your Business: "I Can't Do It Myself" and working for praises vs. raises
•Earn support for your goals from spouses and loved ones
•Gain business knowledge from everything you do (even playing poker!)
With her unique female perspective, relatable anecdotes, and easy-to-follow advice, Campbell offers an indispensable road map for every woman to create a successful , happy life at any time.
"Chellie does a brilliant job providing a road map for mastering the financial tools necessary to lead a life created by you and for you. A must-read-and a gift-for every woman at every stage of life."-Betsy Myers, founding director of the Center for Women and Business at Bentley University and former White House adviser on women's issues
"If you're looking to master your money and your life, you've got to read this book."-Carol Kline, coauthor of New York Times bestsellers Happy for No Reason and Love for No Reason
don’t depend on having an official educational credential. Bill Gates of Microsoft, Steve Jobs of Apple, and Steven Spielberg of Dreamworks, for example. They were born with talents, skills, and creativity and went off on their own without getting a college degree or any certification. They just went to work and started doing it. Once at a networking meeting I attended, each person took their turn giving their thirty-second commercial about their business. Three people who gave their
presentations right before me put emphasis on their credentials and certifications—one had a master’s degree in business, one had a license in marriage and family therapy (LMFT), and one had a PhD. Then it was my turn. “I acknowledge these wonderful people who have such distinguished degrees,” I began, then turned to the audience and smiled. “I, on the other hand, have no credentials whatsoever. I’m a graduate of MSU—Make Stuff Up. I’m a financial stress reducer, and I certified myself!” Not
bottom of their priority list, if you’ve even made the list. Maybe they haven’t done enough comparison shopping yet, or maybe they should remodel the guest bedroom first and wonder if there is enough money for everything. All this thinking starts to become worry, and then it’s just easier to forget the whole thing and not talk to you. And you don’t call them, because you don’t want to hear all their objections. You want to hear yes but not as much as you are afraid of hearing no. So most small
the poker table and in life [are] very high.” If you can take your seat at the poker table, you can take your seat at the board of directors’ table. It was intimidating at first, to sit down at a poker table filled with men and often being the only woman at the table. But I found that the cards don’t care if you’re male or female, and I could learn the winning strategies as well as anyone. The hardest part for me was to learn to be more aggressive, and if this is an area you would like to
want, and let go of the images of what you don’t want. You’re creating your future from what you focus on now. If you focus on your losses, you’re going to look depressed instead of confident. Dolphins will swim away from you and the sharks will circle. Concentrate on creating new wins—it will energize you to take the actions needed to achieve them. I love to look at the photos taken when I’ve won a poker tournament. I replay some of the hands that won the day. I remember the good decisions I