Financial Autonomy by Paul Benson is the ideal book for anyone starting out on their wealth creation journey. It is about gaining the choice to do the things in life that are important to you, once you've built a financial base that is sufficient to support your lifestyle.
Authors who write a business book showcase their expertise in an area of leadership, business or investing. They see the value of having a quality publication to use in business lead-generation, to educate their clients and endorse them as an ‘authority’ in their specialist area.
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“Paul Benson’s Financial Autonomy, distills 20 years of financial planning wisdom into a timely dose of knowledge aimed at curing our financial anxieties by focusing our choices to build a personal roadmap to achieving financial autonomy.” – Keith of @keith_invests.
Financial Autonomy by Paul Benson is a book anyone can easily engage with. The first part is around goal setting and cash flow and these should be taught in schools as they are invaluable lessons no matter your situation. The book creates a common level of knowledge and with the associated workbook and questions gives a good base to start making informed decisions.
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I would recommend Rules of Belonging by Fiona Robertson to other readers, in particular leaders in organisations that are trying to increase business agility while knowing that the system needs to change to support it. And those organisations that still cling to outdated management methods.