1.) What inspired you to write Where's Your Money: Easy Ways to Save for a Rainy Day That You Will Be Happy You Learned?
I know people personally that are going through financial hard times, but don't budget, save or manage their money. I had the information in my head based off my own practices and the hard times that I've experienced. I know that whether your financial situation is good or bad it's important to manage your money even in the simplest of ways. I started writing down different strategies and what I was doing, plus adding to the content. I gave it structure and the book was born.
2.) How did you develop these money-making strategies? Is your background in finance? Have you successfully made money with these strategies?
They aren't money-making strategies, but savings and money management strategies. Yes, the ones in the book I did them all! I've been doing the strategies for years and knowing how to save money helped me get through those times when I didn't have a job or when I was making less money. I have a background in Insurance and that helped me in writing the book.
3.) Any advice for someone who wants to write a book?
It's a lot of work! It won't be easy at all. Oh, did I say it's not easy! If you have an idea(s) or message that you want to share and that you passionately believe can help people...it's worth the effort to write a book. Make writing a book more about what information and content you want to give to the world and not about the money, because you don't know if your book will make money or not.
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