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HANOVER, MD, June 23, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Jennifer S. Matthews is a speaker and award-winning author who aims to help people in their financial problems. This book shows readers how to create an average of $300 - $500 every month from within their current income.
In her book "12 Ways To Put Money In Your Pocket Every Month Without A Part-time Job: The Skinny Book That Makes Your Wallet Fat", Jennifer shares 12 ways, or what she calls "money opportunities", designed to empower you to think about, address, and then resolve some of your financial opportunities and challenges.
According to Jennifer, "I have had people do some wonderful things with their families that they had not been able to previously do. That brings me so much joy; to see a person lower their financial stress and then be able to do something that was a goal, or a dream or a vision."
Don't let your money problem inject unnecessary stress in your life. You need to have wisdom on how to intentionally live with less and make outstanding financial changes.
"You can put $6000 into your pocket and the cost of the book is very very minimal compared to that. I really encourage you to go out and get Jennifer's book." Steve Kidd, host Thriving Entrepreneur Radio Show - Hear the whole interview at WeHelpYouTHRIVE.com/radio
Get your copy of the book on Amazon today by going to http://bit.ly/12WaysMoney
Jennifer Matthews is an inspirational speaker and award winning author. Over the years, thousands of people have credited her with showing them ways to make measurable improvements to their day-to-day finances, including no longer living pay check to pay check.
When guiding people to immediately have a positive impact on their finances, Jennifer adapts her style to maximize the benefits to the attendees. In some settings Jennifer may coach; in others she may teach; and there are times when she mentors. These flexible styles allow attendees to get the most out of each session so they can take immediate actions that provide tangible financial impact.
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