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suze_orman_eng - ALSO BY SUZE ORMAN YOUVE EARNED IT DONT...

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A L S O B Y S U Z E O R M A N YOU’VE EARNED IT, DON’T LOSE IT THE 9 STEPS TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM SUZE ORMAN’S FINANCIAL GUIDEBOOK THE COURAGE TO BE RICH THE ROAD TO WEALTH THE LAWS OF MONEY, THE LESSONS OF LIFE THE MONEY BOOK FOR THE YOUNG, FABULOUS & BROKE
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WOMEN & MONEY OWNING THE POWER TO CONTROL YOUR DESTINY SUZE ORMAN S P I E G E L & G R A U N E W Y O R K 2007
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published by spiegel & grau Copyright © 2007 by Suze Orman, a Trustee of the Suze Orman Revocable Trust. All Rights Reserved Published in the United States by Spiegel & Grau, an imprint of The Doubleday Broadway Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc., New York. www.spiegelandgrau.com SPIEGEL & GRAU and its logo are trademarks of Random House, Inc. Book design by Chris Welch Cataloging-in-Publication Data is on file with the Library of Congress. ISBN 978-0-385-51931-1 printed in the united states of america 7 9 10 8 6
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T his book is dedicated to all the women of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. May we always support one another and wish each other greatness.
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CONTENTS Acknowledgments ix 1 FOR WOMEN ONLY 1 2 IMAGINE WHAT’S POSSIBLE 7 3 NO SHAME, NO BLAME 19 4 YOU ARE NOT ON SALE 31 5 THE 8 QUALITIES OF A WEALTHY WOMAN 45 6 THE SAVE YOURSELF PLAN 57 7 THE COMMITMENTS 213 8 SAY YOUR NAME 243 Index 249
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S axon Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa, November 2005. I was about to leave my hotel suite to go on a safari with two of my closest friends in life when the phone rang.We all wondered who in the world could be calling us, since hardly anyone knew that we were in South Africa, let alone where we were staying. It was Julie Grau, my editor and publisher for The Courage to Be Rich,The Road to Wealth,The Ask Suze Library Series, and The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke . She sounded a little shaky and said that she had something she needed to tell me.After care- ful contemplation, she and her co-publisher Cindy Spiegel had decided to leave their current place of employment to start a new division within the Doubleday Publishing Group of Random House, Inc. Julie wanted me to hear this news from her rather than read about it in the paper or hear it from someone else. Despite the fact that her leaving would affect me as well, I was ecstatic. Finally, Julie was taking action in a way that would allow her to control her destiny. For years Julie and I had talked on the ix
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phone about money;I’ve always wanted her to get more involved with it, learn how to invest it, care about it, and ask for more for herself. But my efforts always seemed in vain. Like so many women, Julie was too busy making money for other people to take the time to make more out of the money she was making for herself. When I would hang up after one of these conversations, I would always think, if only she really understood how incredible she is. If only Julie saw in herself what I saw in her. If only Julie understood that she was worth so much more.Those are the very things that I want all women to see in themselves.But now,I had to give her credit; she decided she had to leave in order to value herself. I knew that leaving the publishing house she had helped
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