The Latte Factor: Why You Don't Have to be Rich to Live

The Latte Factor: Why You Don't Have to be Rich to Live Rich INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES, USA TODAY, WALL STREET JOURNAL,AND INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER DiscoverNew York Times bestselling author David Bach s three secrets to financial freedom in an engaging story that will show you that you are richer than you think Drawing on the author s experiences teaching millions of people around the world to live a rich life, this fast, easy listen reveals how anyone from millennials to baby boomers can stillmake his or her dreams come trueIn this compelling, heartwarming parable, Bach and his bestselling coauthor John David Mann The Go Giver tell the story of Zoey, a twenty something woman living and working in New York City Like many young professionals, Zoey is struggling to make ends meet under a growing burden of credit card and student loan debt, working crazy hours at her dream job but still not earning enough to provide a comfortable financial cushion At her boss s suggestion, she makes friends with Henry, the elderly barista at her favorite Brooklyn coffee shop Henry soon reveals his Three Secrets to Financial Freedom, ideas Zoey dismisses at first but whose true power she ultimately comes to appreciate Over the course of a single week, Zoey discovers that she already earns enough to secure her financial future and realize her truest dreams all she has to do is make a few easy shifts in her everyday routine The Latte Factor demystifies the secrets to achieving financial freedom, inspiring you to realize that it s never too late to reach for your dreams By following the simple, proven path that Henry shows Zoey, anyone can make small changes today that will have big impact for a lifetime, proving once again that David Bach is the financial expert to listen to when you re intimidated by your finances Tony Robbins,New York Times bestselling author of Money Master the Game

10 thoughts on “The Latte Factor: Why You Don't Have to be Rich to Live Rich

  1. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Honestly, I wanted to throw this book out a window The bones of good financial advice are there invest for retirement, prioritize what matters, pay yourself first but the execution is gendered, plays into harmful stereotypes, and also pote

  2. says:

    Pandering nonsense A couple of middle aged men explaining to women why we re so bad with money say that quoted part in baby voice, please You know, because we just can t skip our 5 day habit of a latte that if invested in the stock market would become something REAL Let s make sure to keep it a latte, or a frappe, or some other nonsense that a MAN would never buy Let

  3. says:

    This is a fiction style book with the purpose of sharing advice on how to save money and become rich While I did gleam a couple of tips that I ll be putting into practice, unfortunately I found the MC irritatingly thick and the people giving advice incredibly patronizing I know you wouldn t really understand this, you re only in your twenties um, okay That being said , the

  4. says:

    Read in about two hours A lot of fluff to explain three principles this would be good for a teenager just learning about money management.

  5. says:

    As an intelligent, grown up woman reading a book about finance even a short, simple parabola like this one, that I expected to be super simplified , I felt insulted Sexist and full of old, destructive stereotypes.I understand that the author is trying to do good here Sharing good advice and trying to help people that are struggling with the basics of money management It is supposed

  6. says:

    Thank you to netgalley for the free copy of this week in exchange for an honest review.In general, it has solid financial advice pay yourself first, don t budget make it automatic, live rich now HOWEVER, I felt like I was being mansplained throughout this The girl, Zoey, has never been good at money She meets a guy named Henry who apparently IS good at money He gives her some financial a

  7. says:

    I am not big on non fiction, self help books reading.This one intrigued me, yeah mostly because of the subtitle Why you don t have to be rich to live rich I had to pick it up Now, this wasn t like any non fiction book or well the ones I have read It is basically fiction with lessons and suggestions through and through That is what got me intrigued and helped me to continue reading the book No

  8. says:

    It s not really a book,like a Sophie s World of Finance for Dummies or what you should have learned in Economics class in high school It s OK if you really don t know that retirement accounts exist for a reason so you can retire when you can t work any , get it and that using credit cards and taking out loans for things you don t need is a bad idea It doesn t really explain anything, so you can t

  9. says:

    Do not bother with this book It is poorly written and seems like a money magazine article that someone tried to stretch into a book There are many other books on saving that are much better than this.

  10. says:

    Mercifully it was a short read and I m also glad I checked it out from the library instead of spending my latte money on it.

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