The Psychology of Wealth Book Giveaway

Happy Monday everyone! I hope you had a super awesome weekend!

I had a terrific weekend but I’m a little sore and slightly injured. haha! Saturday morning I woke up and attended Isaac’s Opening Day Ceremonies and his first t-ball game! I played baseball from age 5-18 so I was very excited when Isaac told Alana and I that he wanted to play baseball.

After that I was on my way to the Mud Warrior mud run I signed up for – 4 miles of mud and obstacles. I completed the run in a little over an hour and had lots of fun doing it but I didn’t walk away without getting hurt. My right foot is swollen and my arms are bruised up. I can barely walk on my right foot and my right knee is bothering me a little too. LOL

Would I do it again? Absolutely! It was so much fun and I’m so glad I challenged myself to do it.

The best part was having Isaac running along side me towards the finish line yelling “GO DADDY GO!” At this point my legs were like spaghetti but his little voice gave me that extra motivation to push through.

Afterward he came up to me and said “Daddy, I’m so proud of you!! Good job daddy!” He wouldn’t hug me but I could tell he wanted to.

Those words made all my pain worth it!It felt so good to cross that finish line!

I challenged myself and succeeded but I also put something in the mind of a little boy that told him he can do anything he wants to if he works hard at it. That was better than the race itself.

Now for the Book Giveaway!

Today I will be giving away 3 copies of The Psychology of Wealth book to readers in the US and Canada.

I was hoping to provide you with a review of this book but I have not had time to read the book myself. I’ll be doing a a review in the future because I think the psychology of money and wealth is what Enemy of Debt is all about. Figuring out why you do what you do with money and how to change bad behaviors is the key to any successful financial plan.

Author Charles Richards, PhD wants to help you understand your relationship with money and achieve prosperity.

From the cover:

We all know life is about relationships, but have you thought about your relationship with money? In The Psychology of Wealth, Dr. Charles Richards reveals how your attitude towards wealth dramatically influences whether you achieve your life dreams and financial goals. He provides insight and tools you need to strengthen this vital relationship.

People who enjoy a healthy relationship with money share common habits and traits. So how do they think, and what do they do differently? Are these behaviors hardwired in an individual’s psyche, or can they be learned?

Get the answers to these questions and more!

Enter to Win

I will be selecting a winner on Friday so you have until Thursday night at midnight (EST) to enter to win.

To enter all you have to do is leave a comment below expressing your interest in winning this book. That is all!

Good luck!

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26 Responses to “The Psychology of Wealth Book Giveaway”

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  1. Jose says:

    would be good read. Psychology and wealth! thanks for the opportunity.

  2. Sara Serna says:

    I’d love to win. I’m curious to see whether I can change my own habits and be better at managing money!

  3. Tricia Kolsto says:

    I would love, love (did I say LOVE) to win this book?

    Hugs and blessings,
    Trish

  4. Brandy says:

    Would love to win this ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. John says:

    Big fan, would love it!

  6. Brett says:

    I’m all over this. I would love to win this book. was looking for my next read and now I found it. ;P

  7. Kelli says:

    I would love to win! I definitely need to read this. ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Good luck to everyone who is entering! This book sound fascinating. I have a strong interest in the psychology behind debt/wealth and the like. I look forward to your review Brad so I can hear all about it.

  9. Penny says:

    I would love to read this book.

  10. Jen says:

    Congrats on the accomplishments! That mud run sounds like fun! Hopefully, your recovery is still going well.

    I too would love to win the book, and I appreciate the opportunity to enter to win! Thanks!

  11. Marna Renteria says:

    I am looking forward to winning and reading this book! I have cut my debts severely over the last 5 years and down from 2 car payments, 4 credit cards balances, a line of credit, and 2 student loan balances, thanks largely to Take Charge America and Dave Ramsey, I only have a small amount left on one credit card, and my bigger student loan!

  12. Skip Gienapp says:

    I’d love to read it, and I’ll be glad to review!

  13. Brooke says:

    Psychology & money are my 2 favorite subjects, so this sounds like a book I’d love. Thank you for the contest.

  14. Pat says:

    I’d love to win any book that will help me manage my finances better! Thanks for the opportunity.

  15. Tiffany says:

    This book looks great. A great way to stay motivated to keep on track with our debt. I love your site and look forward to reading it daily!

  16. Kristen says:

    I think this book would be a very interesting read.

  17. MICHAEL PARKS says:

    Ive known what it is to live in poverty & debt & ive heard more & more the reason is how you see yourself & money. i intend to use the wealth i will get to help others in catastrophes by Gods Grace.

  18. Alex J says:

    I have interests, too many interests to list. One of those interests is to win this The Psychology of Wealth book. Thank you.

  19. Rachel says:

    Hmmm a new psychology about wealth would be helpful! Sign me up!

  20. Renee G says:

    Would love to win a copy.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

  21. Patricia Smith says:

    Interesting looking, I have not heard of this before.

  22. Katharine says:

    I’d love the opportunity to give it a read. I’m doing Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University class right now.

  23. Marianna says:

    I’d love to win this book and read it! I’m not so good with money and I’m sure it affects my attitude towards it as well!

  24. P Murphy says:

    It sounds like an interesting and fun read.

  25. Carl Capelan says:

    Bad psychology got me into debt, and good psychology can get me out. Hopefully this book would help me better understand why I made some bad decisions so that I don’t continue to repeat them. Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

  26. Kyra says:

    I want to win!

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