Understand how your thinking drives your money behaviour to master your finances and make better financial decisions.
There is limitless financial information in our modern-day, connected world. We can find stats, facts, investing approaches, wealth creation hacks and new ways to wealth (think cryptocurrencies).
But leading economist and market analyst Evan Lucas believes we should cut out the external noise and look at ourselves first. What drives our behaviour and attitude to money?
This fascinating book explores the things people do to overcome their money habits and looks to instill tips on how we can make better money decisions just by acknowledging our own learned behaviours.
All too often we ignore logic and make decisions around money that we know aren’t entirely rational. That’s because money doesn’t just involve finances – it’s deeply tied up with our emotions, our learned behaviours, our biases and how we think.
We are all different in the way we use money: some of us are savers, some spenders, risk-takers, or investors. Mind over Money helps us understand our money personalities, our money cognition and why we do what we do. It then takes us through ways we can work with our strengths so that we meet our financial goals and live the lifestyle we desire.
Mind over Money is a life-changing read that will help clarify what you want from life and your money, so you can master your finances and improve your financial freedom.
PRAISE FOR MIND OVER MONEY
'One of the best written, most engaging and, at heart, most sophisticated books on personal finance that I’ve read (and I’ve read a few).' Alan Kohler, Editor-in-Chief of Eureka Report, finance reporter on ABC News, columnist for The New Daily and Adjunct Professor at Victoria University
'As an experienced market strategist, I have often relied on Evan’s investment insights, but it’s his ability to make us question what really makes us tick that’s the real highlight here. Financial wellbeing and freedom starts with becoming financially self-aware. Evan does a great job of helping us discover the best financial versions of ourselves.' Effie Zahos, Editor-at-Large of Canstar, money expert for TODAY and author of Ditch the Debt and Get Rich and A Real Girl’s Guide to Money
'Normally the only person who benefits from a personal finance book is the author – but not with this one. Evan teaches you how to fish, rather than telling you which fish will make you slightly richer right now.' Elysse Morgan, host of ABC’s The Business
'Unsurprisingly, Evan has nailed it! Mind over Money is not just a refreshing, energising read but a must-read for those looking to understand money and themselves better!' Brooke Corte, host of Money News, Nine Radio (3AW, 2GB, 4BC)