The Life-Changing Magic River of Money that Flows from Tidying Up
Make & Save Money Across a Lifetime
With Common Sense Decisions to Declutter,
Simplify & Organize Your Life
In answer to your question: Yes, The Magic River of Money does have something to do with Marie Kondo’s bestselling book on decluttering and organizing your possessions.
But it’s not a summary.
Instead, it offers an appreciative but critical review of her book (comprising Part 1 of mine).
It’s a critical review on a mission... to set the stage for Part 2... where Magic River of Money becomes... a whole ’nother animal entirely.
The critical review of Marie Kondo's Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up is the takeoff point for a book on personal finance that goes far beyond her vision of a simpler, better organized, domestic life (which I do appreciate and admire).
Part 2 is called, “The Life-Changing Magic River of Money."
New Financial Opportunities Applicable to Middle Class, Hard Working AmericansPart 2 of my Magic River of Money book (and the bulk of the narrative) is a practical guide to the financial opportunities that open up - become possible - once you qualify by first decluttering, simplifying, and organizing your lives.
In essence, those of us who reestablish control over our possessions acquire more choices - a greater latitude for financial decision-making - than those of us who don’t.
Rather than tell you more about my new book or go into the opportunities here, let me suggest that, if you are interested, you:
1. Go to Amazon.com and search for The Magic River of Money.
2. Buy the book or download the FREE sample, but give it a try.
3. Start following the book’s blog at www.MagicRiverofMoney.com.
3. Read the additional free sample of the book, if you like. It’s found in 3 consecutive blog posts on the book’s web site. Again, that's at: www.MagicRiverofMoney.com.