I hope, you’ve all celebrated love & kindness this Valentine’s Day period. However, now that the chocolates are eaten, and it’s time to come back to earth with a Suze Orman article, to shift your perspective and share love with people you don’t even know.
Suze Orman is America’s popular TV advisor on personal finance. She achieved a reputation for no-nonsense advice to curb living beyond means. However, rather than talking about how get out of debt, in this video clip Suze talks about how to get into your heart when determining how much to give to charities.
Suze Orman responds to an audience member’s question in this video segment from a public television show ‘For The Young, Fabulous & Broke’.
I think her attitude is inspiring, and her advice practical.
Tip: If you want to give beyond money, please join ‘We Are One World Healing’.
If you are interested in Suze Orman’s mainstream work of helping you organize your personal finance, then opt for Suze Orman’s foundation work on Financial Freedom. This 4-CD kit is peppered with Suze’s usual thought-provoking style that combines humor, practical advice, and inspiration as she guides you through the steps to Financial Freedom.
“Suze Orman’s steps will not only give you knowledge about how to handle your money, but will also help you break through the barriers and obstacles that keep you from having and being more. Financial freedom is far more than balancing your checkbook or picking the right investments. Its when your self worth and your net worth are one, so that you can take action to live a life of true wealth.” says her website.
If you have any success stories of working with her publications, or otherwise curbing debt, please share it here together with your thoughts on charity.
Have a great week!
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