Come out and join us for food, fun, fellowship and a few financial strategies as we kick of the 4 Financial Languages Book Tour!
Statistic show that 5 out of 10 marriages end in divorce and 21% of those divorcees cite money arguments as the cause of the relationship demise. Whether married, dating or single, you may have disagreed with your partner's money management style.
There are so many people who are suffering in silence and don't know how to financially communicate or get through to their partner. This is common with Savers and Spenders. The reason people have financial fights is because they speak in different Financial Languages.The "4 Financial Languages" book launch party in Delaware is the book tour kick off event where bestselling author Tarra Jackson, known as Madam Money, will officially launching her book. The book itself has pre-sold more than 500 copies just in the month of April. The goal is sell more than 30,000 copies in 2019-2020 to get it in the hands of couples, as well as singles who aspire marriage.
This book is designed to help women and men better communicate about money and have fun cash conversations. The book will teach the reader about their dominant financial languages, as well as how to speak in other financial languages. When you read this book, you will truly learn the power of your financial language and the advantages of being fiscally bilingual.
That is what this book is all about!
People have a dominant financial language of Saving, Spending, Investing or Giving. This book explains the different financial languages and teaches the reader the do's and don'ts of communicating with other financial languages.Tarra Jackson shares years of research and expertise on the 4 dominant financial languages that every person speak. Intimacy is also a key factor in experiencing healthier and happier cash conversations with your partner. This book explains how to leverage intimacy while having "Money Dates" with your mate. This book is for anyone who wants to never argue about money again and have fun dollar dialogues with their partner.