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Vicki Robin born July 6, is an American writer and speaker. Robin was born in Oklahoma , but grew up in Long Island , New York and attended Manhasset Secondary School , where she was a member of the Leaders Club and selected as "most likely to succeed" in the high school class of
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Your Money or Your Life
It is based on the original book so. This book is not based on theory, good ideas or a new philosophy. It is the result of 50 years of combined experience 30 years for Joe Dominguez, 20 years for Vicki Robin in living the principles presented here.
Joe Dominguez was a successful financial analyst on Wall Street before retiring at the age of 31, never again to accept money for any of his work. Vicki Robin graduated with honors from Brown University and later left a budding career in film and theater in New York. He and Vicki Robin were founders of the New Road Map Foundation, an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that promotes a human, sustainable future for our world.
Joe Dominguez died on January 11, His work and message live on in the transformed lives of program followers throughout the world. That relationship encompasses more than just your earning, spending, debts and savings; it also includes the time these functions take in your life.
In addition, your relationship with money is reflected in the sense of satisfaction and fulfillment that you can get from your connection to your family, your community and the planet. Once you have changed the nature and function of your interaction with money, through following the steps, your relationship with money will be transformed — you will reach new levels of comfort, competence and consciousness around money.
Many books on money are available today. What these books have in common is that they assume your financial life functions separately from the rest of your life. This book is about putting it all back together. It will take you back to basics — the basics of making your spending and hopefully your saving of money into a clear mirror of your life values and purpose.
It is about the most basic of freedoms — the freedom to think for yourself. The old road map for money has trapped us in the very vehicle that was supposed to liberate us from toil.
And it delivered — but only as long as people really needed more material possessions. When we are not taking our identity from our jobs, we are identified as consumers. We buy them the newest toys to prove our love. Our old financial map, instead of making us more independent, fulfilled individuals, has led us to a web of financial dependencies. The material progress that as supposed to free us has left us more enslaved. At some point in the last forty years, though, conditions began to change.
For many people, material possessions went from fulfilling needs to enhancing comfort to facilitating luxury — and even beyond to excess. Unlike the past, problems began to emerge that could not be solved by providing more material goods. The planet itself began showing signs of nearing its capacity to handle the results of our economic growth and consumerism — water shortages, topsoil loss, global warming, ozone holes, species extinction, natural resource degradation and depletion, air pollution and trash buildup are all signs that our survival is in question.
New tools for navigation are needed. What we need is a new financial road map that is based on current global conditions and offers us a way out. How do you find a new road map for money? It requires thinking in new ways. Until you can deliberately and dispassionately question your own inner road map for money, you will be stuck in classic financial dead ends, such as:. In order to gain Financial Intelligence you first need to know how much money you already have earned, what you have to show for it, how much is coming into your life and how much is going out.
You also need to know what money really is and what you are trading for the money in your life. One tangible outcome of Financial Intelligence is getting out of debt and having at least six months of basic living expenses in the bank. If you follow the program we present, it will lead to Financial Intelligence. Financial Integrity is achieved by learning the true impact of your earning and spending, both on your immediate family and on the planet.
It is knowing what is enough money and material goods to keep you at the peak of fulfillment — and what is just excess and clutter. Financial Independence is defined as having an income sufficient for your basic needs and comforts from a source other than paid employment. Financial independence is an experience of freedom at a psychological level. You are free of the guilt, resentment, envy, frustration and despair you have felt about money issues. Financial Independence has nothing to do with rich.
Financial Independence is the experience of having enough — and then some. The old notion of Financial Independence as being rich forever is not achievable. Enough is. Enough for you may be different from enough from you neighbor— but it will be a figure that is real for you and within your reach. If someone thrust a gun in your ribs and said that sentence, what would you do? Most of us would turn over our wallets. The threat works because we value our lives more than we value our money.
Or do we? Eventually we may have all the comforts and even luxuries we could ever want, but inertia itself keeps us locked into the nine-to-five pattern. If the daily grind were making us happy, the irritations and inconveniences would be a small price to pay. Our levels of debt and our lack of savings make the nine-to-five routine mandatory.
In a sample of over people, from both the United States and Canada, the average happiness score was consistently between 2. If this were just a private hell it would be tragedy enough. Our affluent lifestyles are having an increasingly devastating effect on our planet. We project onto money the capacity to fulfil our fantasies, allay our fears, soothe our pain and send us soaring to the heights.
In fact, we meet most of our needs, wants and desires through money. We no longer live life, we consume it. We have come to believe, deeply, that it is our right to consume. If we have the money, we can buy whatever we want, whether or not we need it, use it or even enjoy it.
We have taken our right to consume to heart, and perhaps placed it above other rights, privileges and duties of a free society. At the same time, between the ads, our televisions, radios and newspapers are reporting the bad news about the environment.
Product packaging is clogging the landfills. Product manufacturing is polluting the groundwater, deforesting the Amazon, fouling the rivers, lowering the water table, depleting the ozone layer and changing the weather.
Transforming our relationship with money and reevaluating our spending activity could put us and the planet back on track. There is a word that provides the basis for transforming your relationship with money. Enough for our survival. Enough comforts. Enough is a wide and stable plateau. It is a place of alertness, creativity and freedom. From this place, being suffocated under a mountain of clutter that must be stored, cleaned, moved, gotten rid of and paid for on time.
You may not see this effect until you have been following the steps for a number of months. Conscientiously applying all the steps automatically make your personal finances an integrated whole. The purpose of this exercise is to increase your awareness. It serves to locate you in time and space and review your earning and spending activity in the past. A: How much have you earned in your life?
Find out your total lifetime earnings — the sum total of your gross income, from the first cent you ever earned to your most recent pay check.
This step is one of the foundation stones of the program. Since accuracy and accountability are called for in every step of the program, starting out impeccably is a good example to live up to.
Not only that, but doing this step impeccably may even get you a better job with better pay. So check again. Have you really done this step with integrity. People who do a half-hearted job often get a life to match. Outside the United States it may be difficult or not possible to get past history of your earnings. If this information is not available, then we suggest you list all your previous jobs you can remember and estimate what you think you earned each year after tax.
B: What have you got to show for it? Find out your net worth by creating a personal balance sheet of assets and liabilities — everything you own and everything you owe. While it may not appear so, this point in the program is very encouraging. So far your financial life has had very little direction or consciousness.
You now have an overview of your financial status and can objectively choose whether or not to convert some of your fixed assets into cash, thus increasing your savings — or getting a bit further out of debt. In creating your balance sheet, many feelings associated with your material universe may arise: sadness, grief, nostalgia, hope, guilt, shame, embarrassment, anger. What is one consistently true statement we can make about money that will allow us to be clear, masterful and powerful in our relationship with it?
Our life energy is our allotment of time here on earth, the hours of precious life available to us. When we go to our jobs we are trading our life energy for money. You could even say that money equals our life energy. So, while money has no intrinsic reality, our life energy does — at least to us.
It is precious because it is limited and irretrievable and because our choices about how we use it express the meaning and purpose of our time here on earth. Money is something you consider valuable enough to spend easily a quarter of your allotted time here on earth getting, spending, worrying about, fantasising about or in some other way reacting to. A: How much are you trading your life energy for?
Your Money or Your Life
Money Mustache is the ultimate makeover of this bestselling classic, ensuring that its time-tested wisdom applies to people of all ages and covers modern topics like investing in index funds, managing revenue streams like side hustles and freelancing, tracking your finances online, and having difficult conversations about money. It can really change your life. Now a whole new generation is taking her advice. Your one precious life, lived for yourself and for your community and for your planet. It is deservedly one of the most acclaimed and referenced financial advice books of our time and will undoubtedly continue that legacy for generations. I began to see my life without the weight of debt and the need to chase a paycheck because I actually understood the path to get there.
Step 1. Figure out your earnings and net worth. The idea is to figure out how much money has flowed into and out of your life. Figure out your real hourly wage by adding into work hours all the work-related time outside the office commuting, working from home, cost of meals, etc. Step 2. Keep track of all the money coming into and out of your life on a monthly basis for me, approximate using bank and credit card statements.
Home Forum Login. Download PDF. Page 2 — U. Will you ever? Are you making a living or making a dying? If you lost your job tomorrow, would your world fall apart or finally make sense? At last there's a book for all of us who've asked these questions, a book that tells us not just how to manage our finances but how to integrate them with the rest of our lives.
PDF Drive offered in: English. by Joe Dominguez & Vicki Robin · your Your Money Or Your Life: 9 Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Money and.
It is based on the original book so. This book is not based on theory, good ideas or a new philosophy. It is the result of 50 years of combined experience 30 years for Joe Dominguez, 20 years for Vicki Robin in living the principles presented here. Joe Dominguez was a successful financial analyst on Wall Street before retiring at the age of 31, never again to accept money for any of his work. Vicki Robin graduated with honors from Brown University and later left a budding career in film and theater in New York.
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