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Are you ready to break through your money blocks and finally make the money you deserve? In Get Rich, Lucky Bitch, you'll unlock your hidden potential for abundance and upgrade your life forever. Why do most women settle for pennies instead of embracing true wealth? It's not because you're not smart or ambitious enough. You've just been programmed to block your Universal r Are you ready to break through your money blocks and finally make the money you deserve? In Get Rich, Lucky Bitch, you'll unlock your hidden potential for abundance and upgrade your life forever. Why do most women settle for pennies instead of embracing true wealth? It's not because you're not smart or ambitious enough. You've just been programmed to block your Universal right to wealth with guilt, shame, or embarrassment. Even if you're unaware of these blocks and fears, you're probably not earning what you're really worth. Join Lucky Bitch author Denise Duffield-Thomas on a journey of self-discovery so you can smash through your abundance blocks and join a posse of women all around the world who are learning to live large and become truly lucky bitches. Are you ready to get rich, you lucky bitch?


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Are you ready to break through your money blocks and finally make the money you deserve? In Get Rich, Lucky Bitch, you'll unlock your hidden potential for abundance and upgrade your life forever. Why do most women settle for pennies instead of embracing true wealth? It's not because you're not smart or ambitious enough. You've just been programmed to block your Universal r Are you ready to break through your money blocks and finally make the money you deserve? In Get Rich, Lucky Bitch, you'll unlock your hidden potential for abundance and upgrade your life forever. Why do most women settle for pennies instead of embracing true wealth? It's not because you're not smart or ambitious enough. You've just been programmed to block your Universal right to wealth with guilt, shame, or embarrassment. Even if you're unaware of these blocks and fears, you're probably not earning what you're really worth. Join Lucky Bitch author Denise Duffield-Thomas on a journey of self-discovery so you can smash through your abundance blocks and join a posse of women all around the world who are learning to live large and become truly lucky bitches. Are you ready to get rich, you lucky bitch?

30 review for Get Rich, Lucky Bitch: Release Your Money Blocks and Live a First Class Life

  1. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

    Ok so apart from the apparent lack of editor, this book actually managed to *help* me. So shocking from a self-help book about money. Usually all I would think those are good for is *helping* me relieve stress as I chuck them as far as I can and listen for the satisfying THUNK. I have a plethora of issues surrounding money. Not in keeping it/saving/not spending more than I have, but in always waiting for the other shoe to drop and me to not have enough of it for some necessity or another. I starte Ok so apart from the apparent lack of editor, this book actually managed to *help* me. So shocking from a self-help book about money. Usually all I would think those are good for is *helping* me relieve stress as I chuck them as far as I can and listen for the satisfying THUNK. I have a plethora of issues surrounding money. Not in keeping it/saving/not spending more than I have, but in always waiting for the other shoe to drop and me to not have enough of it for some necessity or another. I started out almost jokingly following the exercises she suggests--doing things like thanking the Universe for every little cent that comes your way. But then I realized that I had found over $2 of change in random places, found a new place to rent that's bigger/nicer than my old place, won a $25 gift card at work, got $400 more than I expected from my returned security deposit that had cost more than I remembered, etc. etc. etc. Now, I'm not saying that I believe this is the book making this money manifest, but I do think that it has helped me be mindful of all the GOOD things that come my way and not just all the BAD things that we can all tend to dwell on instead. I had a lot less anxiety in the second half of my search for a place and all that went along with it, and have a lot less money related anxiety in general. Basically, I really do feel like a Lucky Bitch, and it feels good no matter my actual income level.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    I am skeptical of Law of Attraction theories, but I've had some good results with this book -- especially in the area of clearing past negative emotions, memories, and associations with money which can sabotage my present affluence. Denise is a fun and sassy guide to doing the inner work necessary to develop a positive, loving relationship with money -- and did I mention I'm already seeing results? To be clear: this is not a book that will tell you how to invest, or how to evaluate financial pro I am skeptical of Law of Attraction theories, but I've had some good results with this book -- especially in the area of clearing past negative emotions, memories, and associations with money which can sabotage my present affluence. Denise is a fun and sassy guide to doing the inner work necessary to develop a positive, loving relationship with money -- and did I mention I'm already seeing results? To be clear: this is not a book that will tell you how to invest, or how to evaluate financial products. It's more on the spiritual/woo-woo side of things. But the older I get the more I believe that you have to have a solid emotional/spiritual relationship with money in order for whatever intellectual knowledge you have to actually be of any benefit. If you like your advice with a dash of irreverence and a lot of practicality, this is an excellent book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Will Hunt

    This book is aimed at women but I'm a dude and I loved this book. This is the easiest to understand and funniest money book I've read. I highly recommend this. This book is aimed at women but I'm a dude and I loved this book. This is the easiest to understand and funniest money book I've read. I highly recommend this.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    Good things: while the overall content is somewhat simplistic, I had some breakthrough moments recognizing how I have never allowed myself to entertain the notion of being "wealthy" vs having "enough" and how that has limited me. The self-limiting money beliefs/blocks I hold came pouring in when I read that section and I would have said before reading that I didn't really have any. Bad things: can't stand the "lucky bitch" tag and constantly "bitch" use. I don't find it cute or appealing. Big tu Good things: while the overall content is somewhat simplistic, I had some breakthrough moments recognizing how I have never allowed myself to entertain the notion of being "wealthy" vs having "enough" and how that has limited me. The self-limiting money beliefs/blocks I hold came pouring in when I read that section and I would have said before reading that I didn't really have any. Bad things: can't stand the "lucky bitch" tag and constantly "bitch" use. I don't find it cute or appealing. Big turn off. I have some "issues" with the Law of Attraction and the constant assertion that the Universe is out to give you everything you want. If you have any empathy in your body, that line of thinking naturally leans to unsolvable puzzles such as, "why would the Universe want ME to make a million dollars, but want those pre-teen girls in Africa to be kidnapped and raped repeatedly until they die?" The social worker in me can NOT get behind that type of thinking.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Caroline Mitchell

    I'm a firm believer in the law of attraction so this was right up my street. I listened to it on audiobook and thoroughly enjoyed it. I love Denise's positive attitude and her no-nonsense attitude to live. Inspirational stuff. I'm a firm believer in the law of attraction so this was right up my street. I listened to it on audiobook and thoroughly enjoyed it. I love Denise's positive attitude and her no-nonsense attitude to live. Inspirational stuff.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Herbert

    Game changer I loved the principles in this book and the engaging style of the author. Her philosophy of "throw everything at it" was inspiring. Game changer I loved the principles in this book and the engaging style of the author. Her philosophy of "throw everything at it" was inspiring.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa

    Honestly, I felt a little ridiculous when I first sat down to read this book. Surely it was just a get-rich-quick scheme and I would be smarter to go take a class or find more clients. But no! While I can't speak to the effects of following Denise's plan (I only read it today, give me a break), I do know that her approach to money makes so much more sense. I've recognized mental blocks I have around money, and even if I never make a dime following the method, I'll have reduced my stress around f Honestly, I felt a little ridiculous when I first sat down to read this book. Surely it was just a get-rich-quick scheme and I would be smarter to go take a class or find more clients. But no! While I can't speak to the effects of following Denise's plan (I only read it today, give me a break), I do know that her approach to money makes so much more sense. I've recognized mental blocks I have around money, and even if I never make a dime following the method, I'll have reduced my stress around finances, which is huge.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Donna Louise

    VERY empowering. Loved the way that Denise could totally relate to lots of thoughts and feelings we all hold about money. Learnt so much about my own money blocks - more than I realised! Made me consider my own worth a lot both in terms of money and energy. Love Denise’s tone of voice - could read her writing all day, everyday!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Heather Myers

    Love it Denise is bubbly but real in this book. I feel like I’m talking to my best friend. It’s a great read. Every entrepreneur should own this book!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Astrid Paramita

    So it’s another self-help/law of attraction book. But what makes it slightly different is that it comes with examples and steps to actually do something instead of just wishing for it. Will it work? That remains to be seen. I just quickly read through the book and plan to re-read while doing the exercises. What’s great about it: Denise sounds very honest and real in this book, and the story she shared about her struggles help to set that frame of mind that we didn’t have to do it right the first t So it’s another self-help/law of attraction book. But what makes it slightly different is that it comes with examples and steps to actually do something instead of just wishing for it. Will it work? That remains to be seen. I just quickly read through the book and plan to re-read while doing the exercises. What’s great about it: Denise sounds very honest and real in this book, and the story she shared about her struggles help to set that frame of mind that we didn’t have to do it right the first time. If we fail or got stuck, we forgive and learn from it, repeat. What’s not so great: sometimes it sounds a bit woo woo. Not sure what to make of a “Virgo” or a believer in positive water molecules. Then again, our beliefs are our own, and mostly her advise on money is really sound. Another thing, in how to attract more money, almost all the examples are coaching/training programs. Would love to see more examples of other money making professions. For now it’s 4 stars.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    I listened to the audio version which you can find for free at her website. It's similar to her first book and a nice introduction for those who want to get started with their finances. My biggest aha was her mindset in general. The way she talks and thinks about money. For those who have read similar books, this won't offer anything new. I listened to the audio version which you can find for free at her website. It's similar to her first book and a nice introduction for those who want to get started with their finances. My biggest aha was her mindset in general. The way she talks and thinks about money. For those who have read similar books, this won't offer anything new.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia

    Lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of words. Not much content. This could have been condensed to about 20 pages. That said, those 20 pages would contain a few helpful tips.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Steph

    I love, love, love this book. It has totally changed my mindset around money, and I've read it or listened to it a few times. "Get Rich, Lucky Bitch" is an essential book for any woman looking to own her financial power. DDT helps you determine why your mindset is holding you back from making more money, gives lots of real world examples of the influences affecting our mindsets, then walks you through her 5-step manifesting formula to get all the things you want. No magical thinking here, just ac I love, love, love this book. It has totally changed my mindset around money, and I've read it or listened to it a few times. "Get Rich, Lucky Bitch" is an essential book for any woman looking to own her financial power. DDT helps you determine why your mindset is holding you back from making more money, gives lots of real world examples of the influences affecting our mindsets, then walks you through her 5-step manifesting formula to get all the things you want. No magical thinking here, just actionable, practical steps on how to achieve on your own goals and live a better life. The humorous, friendly tone of this book makes the reading so easy and relatable. DDT isn't sanctimonious and she isn't an airy, pie-in-the-sky idealist. She's realistic about the common struggles we all go through regarding money and offers simple, practical, gentle information on how to get past your own money blocks. The book is full of funny stories from her life and experiences from clients who have done the work and seen the results - what's not to like? I have to admit, there are sections of the book that I kind of glaze over, even when I fully complete the exercises. You may not get every morsel out of this book the first time through, but you can absolutely come back to it again and again and get something new and helpful from it each time. Fans of "You Are a Badass at Making Money" and "Everything is Figureoutable" will love this practical guide to changing your money mindset for the better.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kory Woodard Nobes

    Happy I finally checked this book out. I had followed Denise for a while online, but I ended up unsubscribing from her list for one reason or another. I've never read a book about money or finances, so I can't compare this in that sense, but this was a pretty good book for what its topic is. I really enjoyed that Denise was so open about her own money goals and her own issues with money. I also really appreciated the success stories throughout the book. I didn't walk through the book doing every Happy I finally checked this book out. I had followed Denise for a while online, but I ended up unsubscribing from her list for one reason or another. I've never read a book about money or finances, so I can't compare this in that sense, but this was a pretty good book for what its topic is. I really enjoyed that Denise was so open about her own money goals and her own issues with money. I also really appreciated the success stories throughout the book. I didn't walk through the book doing every single step, just a few of them (my husband thought I was crazy when I picked up a dime and said, "I made ten cents today!"). I don't know if I am the type of person that would do every single thing she's listed here, but I'm interested to see how doing just some of them changes things. On the other side of really liking this book, I do believe it could stand another round of edits. I get that Denise is writing from another country where words are spelled differently; that's not my issue. There are several spots in here that I noticed, quickly, that just need an edit out. I also felt like some of the quotes didn't really relate to where they are, thus leaving them unnecessary.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Aprisa

    Frank & practical I like how Denise is so frank in her writing. What she wrote in the book agrees with coaches I have listened to lately (Christie Sheldon - abundance coach, Sarah Prout - manifesting coach) and my hypnotherapist. The tips she gave seem like “not a rocket science” (spoiler: she doesn’t tell you where to invest your money, how much, or what to do with your business or current job) and sounds like “Really? Only mindset shift?”. I think the whole ideas originated with Laws of Attract Frank & practical I like how Denise is so frank in her writing. What she wrote in the book agrees with coaches I have listened to lately (Christie Sheldon - abundance coach, Sarah Prout - manifesting coach) and my hypnotherapist. The tips she gave seem like “not a rocket science” (spoiler: she doesn’t tell you where to invest your money, how much, or what to do with your business or current job) and sounds like “Really? Only mindset shift?”. I think the whole ideas originated with Laws of Attraction, abundance block clearing, and manifesting rituals. And as much as ‘easy’ it sounds, it’s not. But Denise gives practical steps we can take so that we can speed up and encourage mindset change, which are very helpful. The only problem is there are too many examples of blocks, maybe it’s good for other readers, but not for me. I’d rather have the ‘theory’, followed by 1-2 examples then move to another ‘theory’.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kitty

    This was a really fun book. I don't usually describe non-fiction as fun, but this author is just really easy to relate to. I really liked her advice, too. She's not one of those people who chants "my way is the only right way". Instead, she suggests "throwing everything at it". Try ALL the techniques - everything works if you truly apply it. It's a wonderful, motivating book. Am I rich yet? Well, sort of. She's helped me realize just how blessed I am. And as I follow all of her suggestions, I ex This was a really fun book. I don't usually describe non-fiction as fun, but this author is just really easy to relate to. I really liked her advice, too. She's not one of those people who chants "my way is the only right way". Instead, she suggests "throwing everything at it". Try ALL the techniques - everything works if you truly apply it. It's a wonderful, motivating book. Am I rich yet? Well, sort of. She's helped me realize just how blessed I am. And as I follow all of her suggestions, I expect to be even richer. :-) Edited 6/21/16... I have just changed my rating from 4 stars to 5. Used one of Denise' techniques today, and it totally worked! Money just came in from a completely unexpected source! Oh yeah, you can bet I'm going to keep this up.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sophie-Leigh Robbins

    This book has changed my life, and it came at the exact right time (not a coincidence at all). Denise is so honest and if you follow her exercises you will be able to change your mindset and see real change. Now, it takes work and by work I mean you will have to take a long and hard look at yourself and change your limiting behaviors. If you are already on a spiritual path, these exercises will really click for you.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Tefenkgi Ruelle

    Denise, as any good coach, provides us with crucial elements that we need: 1) more than a dream, a vision for yourself 2) an action plan to actually make it happen. We all have money blockages and our mindset is the first thing to work on. I loved the conversational tone of this book, that actually put me in motion towards my own (new) dreams. A book I will continue working with and re-reading on my path to financial success.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Clark

    I've recommended this book to so many people and I love it. It's empowering, upbeat and a li'l bit sweary, but even just doing a couple of the exercises in the book has given me the kick up the backside I needed to publish my own book and it's been a great way to watch manifesting in action for a sceptic. A real "I can do this" book. I've recommended this book to so many people and I love it. It's empowering, upbeat and a li'l bit sweary, but even just doing a couple of the exercises in the book has given me the kick up the backside I needed to publish my own book and it's been a great way to watch manifesting in action for a sceptic. A real "I can do this" book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brigid Gallagher

    Although I am not a fan of the word "bitch," this book is an excellent motivational tool, based on the "Law of Attraction." Denise is straight talking, inspiring and writes in an easy to read and humorous style. Although I have read many motivational books in the past, this book inspired me to write down a fairly lengthy and comprehensive action plan for an abundant New Year. Although I am not a fan of the word "bitch," this book is an excellent motivational tool, based on the "Law of Attraction." Denise is straight talking, inspiring and writes in an easy to read and humorous style. Although I have read many motivational books in the past, this book inspired me to write down a fairly lengthy and comprehensive action plan for an abundant New Year.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nikki Shields

    This book is so inspiring! I love how she gently helps readers to upgrade their mindset around money. The exercises are powerful. I've learned a lot of techniques that I'm keeping as part of my daily practices. I very highly recommend it. This book is so inspiring! I love how she gently helps readers to upgrade their mindset around money. The exercises are powerful. I've learned a lot of techniques that I'm keeping as part of my daily practices. I very highly recommend it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cara

    This book is like an fun, applied version of Think and Grow Rich. I should probably start right over and read it again.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sanja

    I read this book because I wanted an opinion around money blocks. Mine are severe, which has everything to do with my background. I've been feeling powerless around circumstances imposed on me and I desperately needed a guide on how to fight that particular mindset of victimization. This book is really well written, in a super friendly, non-judgmental way. Above all, Denise's tenderness and wish for every woman to succeed really comes through. I was in need of such a compassion and empowerment. I read this book because I wanted an opinion around money blocks. Mine are severe, which has everything to do with my background. I've been feeling powerless around circumstances imposed on me and I desperately needed a guide on how to fight that particular mindset of victimization. This book is really well written, in a super friendly, non-judgmental way. Above all, Denise's tenderness and wish for every woman to succeed really comes through. I was in need of such a compassion and empowerment. I find the guide very thorough and on point, the steps make complete sense. This book increased my awareness about the effort truly needed to break the cycle. It made me realize, I can do more, I can try harder, it is not hopeless. It was also very empowering because it's addressing women. With a surgical precision, Denise points out all the reason why women can be bad in accumulating wealth (and especially for those that come from a lack, that are always trying for others to have more first). It was eye opening, really. I particularly enjoyed the part with how to become comfortable around money, and how to choose what kind of person with money do you want to become once you have them. This book gives women the opportunity to completely overhaul their understanding and ideas around earning and saving money. Will it work? I don't know, but I am surely giving it my best effort. Some weird success started showing up after I started doing the steps, but I will need more time to come to a place where I can say I've worked through my blocks. I would definitely recommend it for struggling female entrepreneurs or any woman that feels like she doesn't deserve to have money or thick savings.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Liv Pasquarelli

    This book was recommended to me by someone I respect, so I gave it a try even tho it seemed a little bit hokey. To say I was pleasantly surprised was an understatement. I’ve never had issues earning money, but I sure have issues holding on to it. There were so many “money blocks” I had no idea I had. My mother taught me to lie to my father about the cost of things from a young age because he would get angry and yell if we spent too much money, even on clothes and school supplies. When I was a bit This book was recommended to me by someone I respect, so I gave it a try even tho it seemed a little bit hokey. To say I was pleasantly surprised was an understatement. I’ve never had issues earning money, but I sure have issues holding on to it. There were so many “money blocks” I had no idea I had. My mother taught me to lie to my father about the cost of things from a young age because he would get angry and yell if we spent too much money, even on clothes and school supplies. When I was a bit older my parents fought over alimony through a messy divorce, which impacted my own self worth. As I continued throughout the book more and more things popped up for me that I had no idea we’re holding me back. As I continue the process of working through this stuff, the change has been immediate. This book was inspiring and to the point, without too much “woo woo”. I enjoy the occasional foray into woo woo but the practical and easy to follow advice in this book was a breath of fresh air. Thank you Denise for this amazing book!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Well I’ve finished reading this, and I think I’ll go right back to the start and go again! There’s so much to be taken from this book, so much mindset work that needs to be done to get the most out of it, that I think reading it is just the first step. Now I’ll go back and put more time and effort into the exercises, really do the work. I found it really interesting to hear that many of my own money hang-ups are common for other women, and that helped me to stop beating myself up quite so much. Well I’ve finished reading this, and I think I’ll go right back to the start and go again! There’s so much to be taken from this book, so much mindset work that needs to be done to get the most out of it, that I think reading it is just the first step. Now I’ll go back and put more time and effort into the exercises, really do the work. I found it really interesting to hear that many of my own money hang-ups are common for other women, and that helped me to stop beating myself up quite so much. There were loads of ‘a-ha’ moments, and I’m already doing lots of the things recommended by Denise, like little upgrades in areas which made me feel poor (hello new crisp white bedsheets) and tracking every penny that comes in. I really do think the methods in this book will help me break through my money barriers - it’s not easy or clearly laid out because we’re all different and have to find our own specific path, but the tools are there to get you started.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    It’s really more like 3.5 stars. The first few chapters are a little repetitive but the strategies (learned later) are mostly simple and logical. It’s a little bit of a trap — and the language about the Universe “testing” you had a preachy cult/religion vibe to it — so if it fails to work for you then the simple response is because you just didn’t *believe* enough, like magic. All of that said, I had just started with Step 1 when more money seemed to come my way, some of it that had been pending It’s really more like 3.5 stars. The first few chapters are a little repetitive but the strategies (learned later) are mostly simple and logical. It’s a little bit of a trap — and the language about the Universe “testing” you had a preachy cult/religion vibe to it — so if it fails to work for you then the simple response is because you just didn’t *believe* enough, like magic. All of that said, I had just started with Step 1 when more money seemed to come my way, some of it that had been pending for months. There’s definitely something to the energy/openness leading to receiving, I’m just not yet sure how the rest will go. My rating may change later!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    I never really felt like I had any money blocks. Who wouldn't want to have more money? But so many people recommended this book that I had to read it. And I'm SO glad I did. Denise has such a conversational style of writing that reading this book is like having a deep discussion with a really close friend. Time and time again, she urges you to think about your relationship with money. We unconsciously pick up ideas about money from our family, our close friends and society as a whole. The good news I never really felt like I had any money blocks. Who wouldn't want to have more money? But so many people recommended this book that I had to read it. And I'm SO glad I did. Denise has such a conversational style of writing that reading this book is like having a deep discussion with a really close friend. Time and time again, she urges you to think about your relationship with money. We unconsciously pick up ideas about money from our family, our close friends and society as a whole. The good news is that with some reflection, you can overcome your money blocks. Denise recommends a number of exercises and includes links to worksheets and other aids on her website. Really glad I read this! It opened my eyes to a lot of beliefs that I need to reexamine.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lyem

    Though it seemed initially like another woo-woo book about using the Law of Attraction, I was impressed by how Denise broke the process down into practical steps (that are actually useful). There's a lot of great advice in here about how to avoid self-sabotage and being mentally ready to achieve your goals, and this is one of the better books I've read on the topic. My only criticism is how often the author plugs her self-help seminars - though I suppose that's her own way of using the advice sh Though it seemed initially like another woo-woo book about using the Law of Attraction, I was impressed by how Denise broke the process down into practical steps (that are actually useful). There's a lot of great advice in here about how to avoid self-sabotage and being mentally ready to achieve your goals, and this is one of the better books I've read on the topic. My only criticism is how often the author plugs her self-help seminars - though I suppose that's her own way of using the advice she writes about in the book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rosie Finch

    A very inspiring read and has definitely put me in a more positive mindset about money. Denise's energy and down-to-earth tone is very refreshing and makes her writing very accessible. You feel like she really cares about your journey and you achieving your money goals. One of my biggest criticisms is the lack of editing. Maybe this has been updated in later editions of the book but there are a few spelling errors. For example, 'bed' instead of 'be', was one that I noticed. However, overall a g A very inspiring read and has definitely put me in a more positive mindset about money. Denise's energy and down-to-earth tone is very refreshing and makes her writing very accessible. You feel like she really cares about your journey and you achieving your money goals. One of my biggest criticisms is the lack of editing. Maybe this has been updated in later editions of the book but there are a few spelling errors. For example, 'bed' instead of 'be', was one that I noticed. However, overall a great read and I am excited to put some of these principles into practice.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

    I'm like 25 pages away from finishing this book. I gotta admit the cover looks a little cheesy. But I kept reading the book and wow if you're an entrepreneur and you struggle with sales or why you aren't generating the revenue you desire, this book will expand your mind to see that yes you deserve to charge premium prices for your services. So many money mindset blocks are being knocked down. I have a few sales call next week and instead of dreading them I am so very much looking forward to them I'm like 25 pages away from finishing this book. I gotta admit the cover looks a little cheesy. But I kept reading the book and wow if you're an entrepreneur and you struggle with sales or why you aren't generating the revenue you desire, this book will expand your mind to see that yes you deserve to charge premium prices for your services. So many money mindset blocks are being knocked down. I have a few sales call next week and instead of dreading them I am so very much looking forward to them and standing in my power fully!

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