Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Book Tour and Giveaway - Funding an Empire, Volume 1: What My Parents Didn't Teach Me About Money by Tearanie Wilson-Parker

Welcome to my stop on the book tour for Funding An Empire: What My Parents Didn't Teach Me About Money by Tearanie Wilson-Parker. This book tour was organized by WNL Book Tours. On my stop, I have an excerpt from the book. There's also the tour wide giveaway for a chance to win a $10 Amazon gift card. Enjoy!
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Title: Funding An Empire, Volume 1: What My Parents Didn't Teach Me About Money
Author: Tearanie Wilson-Parker
Publication Date: March 1st 2018
Print Length: 94 pages
Genre: Wealth Management, Self-Help
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The alarming truth is that millions of Americans are in debt, don't know how to manage their money wisely, and have insufficient savings. Who is accountable? Our parents, our schools, our culture, our spouses? If this book interest you, odds are you are ready to stop the blame game, take responsibility, identify the root of your unhealthy relationship with money, and implement the steps for building a strong financial future.

In Funding An Empire, Volume 1, financial educator Tearanie Parker provides practical and empowering tools to help you uncover and overcome the three major financial issues that can possibly destroy your ability to create, manage, and multiply money. Through personal accounts and proven financial strategies, Tearanie will show you that no matter what income bracket you are in, you have the power to create your own financial destiny, build your empire, and define wealth on your own terms.

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EXCERPT:
We make approximately four to six decisions daily regarding money. Whether it's where to buy coffee, where to eat lunch, contributing more to our retirement plan, or purchasing a car, ect. So, before you make a financial decision, make this declaration: "Every financial decision I make daily is either leading me towards lack or increase.

If you are having issues with: Getting out, and staying out of credit card debt, waiting years to start your retirement plan, making bad financial decisions because you want to be perceived as 'having money,' you own a small business, buy you inadequately charge the true value of your services due to inner insecurity issues...You are not alone, and it's not by coincidence that you are reading this book.

Don't M.I.S.S. It! Make Money, Invest Money, Save Money, and Spend Money. The cornerstone of M.I.S.S. is money management, You can Make, Invest, Save, & Spend money, but without incorporating prudent money management skills, you are still missing it. Mismanagement of money hinders your ability to multiply more of what you make.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Tearanie Wilson-Parker is a financial Advisor, Amazon best-selling author, speaker, and founder of Funding An Empire TM. Determined to help individuals and their families get from one financial level to the next, she educates, motivates, transforms mindsets, and eradicates unhealthy behaviors regarding money.
 
Tearanie Parker has created two types of seminars and courses called "Mind and Money Makeover" and "Clever Women And Money." She also hosts a weekly radio segment, "Funding An Empire," offering a broad range of financial tips that focus on practical, real life financial issues.

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GIVEAWAY:
Tearanie Wilson-Parker will be awarding a $10 Amazon gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter. Good luck!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

26 comments:

  1. My parents said and did: pay cash! Do not get in debt!
    I did go so far as to get a mortgage for my house, but it's all paid off.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  2. Spend money wisely. After all, money doesn't grow on trees.

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  3. Be careful about credit cards.

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  4. Never spend more than you already have, and don't go into credit card debt.

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  5. My dad always told me to live within my means and never spend money you don't have.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  6. My parents wisely emphasized saving and investing instead of spending.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. The only thing I remember my parents saying about money is that it doesn't grow on trees!

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  8. money done grow on trees so spend wisley

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  9. If you can't pay cash, you can't afford it.

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  10. My parents taught me to save money.

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  11. They told me to save as much as I could.

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  12. It you can't pay for it, don't buy it.

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  13. to save money, pay cash,and to never have debts

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  14. They told me to always have a savings account.

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  15. My parents told me that money doesn't grow on trees.

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  16. I don't remember anything specific that my parents said to me about money while I was growing up.

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  17. My parents told me to pay yourself first. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. If you always help others, you never be poor.

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  19. To always have some emergency funds, and spend only when I need to.

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  20. I pay with cash these days to save money credit cards are a trap.
    Heather

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  21. My parents taught me the value of getting things second hand when possible to save money and help the environment.

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  22. Money doesn't grow on trees

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  23. To written down daily expenditures to track where my money went!

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