by Alisha Johnson, Ensley Branch Library
Money Making Mom: How Every Woman Can Earn More and Make a Difference
For the last few years more and more people have been looking for ways to supplement their primary income, especially women. Many of them are running single family homes or seeking to accomplish long term financial security as a unit. However, Crystal Pain has written a book that is filled with inspiration and ideas to guide you in the right direction of financial freedom. This book is called Money Making Mom: How Every Woman Can Earn More and Make a Difference.
Paine is a well-followed business owner, well-known blogger, speaker, and author. She exclaims that, “she sets out to spark your creativity, stir your heart and inject fresh financial vision into your life.”
In this book, she encourages us all to find out what our unique skills and talents are and nurture them. She also points out that once we shift our perspective to live more generously for others, we should discover that the feelings you get from being able to help others gives us a sense of personal pride and accomplishment. She takes many instances from her own family life to illustrate the pitfall, sacrifices, and successes of running your own small business and how rewarding it could be in the end.
Crystal Paine gives great advice that will help one be a good steward over what you have, at the present moment, and how profits increase as a result of it. This book was a very easy, great, and encouraging read! If you are just starting out, looking to supplement your income, or interested in finding a fulfilling career, I would recommend that you check this book out from your local library.
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