Prince Not So Charming: Cinderella's Guide to Financial Independence by Kathleen Grace was released a few months ago and I debated whether or not to post it. As I have mentioned before, I don't post about many self-help books with fairy tale themes, but I do find them fascinating. The many ways fairy tales are used in the world is why I am here after all. The breadth and depth is rather endless. This one goes under financial self-help and also plays with princess culture.
In "Prince Not So Charming," you will take a riveting journey with Cinderella as she navigates romance, emotional upheaval, and near-financial-death experiences--all of which lead her to find inner strength despite seemingly insurmountable setbacks.
Nine out of ten women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their lives. "Prince Not So Charming," is a call to action that will inspire and empower you to take control of your finances regardless of the obstacles you face, plus you’ll learn:
Strategies for women to regain power and avoid financial ruin
The importance of and how to maintain financial independence--whether you're married, single, or contemplating divorce
Financial strategies to help you safeguard yourself and those you love
Ideas to reduce the financial and emotional burdens of divorce
Whether you're a high-powered executive or a single mom struggling to make ends meet, "Prince Not So Charming" will encourage you to claim your power to create and protect your financial future.