On March 22, 2012, at 6:00 PM, the George Mason University Student Chapter of The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) presents Dr. Charles Richards at the campus in Fairfax, VA. He will be speaking about his New York Times bestseller, "The Psychology of Wealth."
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The George Mason University Student Chapter of The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) presents Dr. Charles Richards speaking about his New York Times bestseller, The Psychology of Wealth, on March 22, 2012, at 6:00 PM at the campus in Fairfax, VA. The event is open to the public, and free copies of his bestselling book on abundance and prosperity will be given to attendees. Click here for more information.
What if wealth wasn’t measured simply in a dollar amount, but in a person’s attitudes toward happiness and abundance? What if people could redefine their values and thinking about prosperity, and in doing so find themselves in control of their financial destinies? The new thought-provoking book, The Psychology of Wealth, Understand Your Relationship with Money and Achieve Prosperity by Dr. Charles Richards, answers these questions and more. The current debate about how people should spend, save, and borrow requires a conscious look at what motivates their personal financial decisions and how their emotions play into their fiscal actions.
Dr. Charles Richards offers a balanced and enlightening look at the emotional side of money—about how people have been taught to use and regard it, and how they can apply that knowledge to accomplish their real goals.
“What’s in your head determines what’s in your wallet. Dr. Richards
gives you the mental hard-drive upgrade you need to finally achieve
the greater prosperity and success you desire.”
—Darren Hardy, Publisher, SUCCESS magazine
Dr. Richards shows readers how they can make the most beneficial decisions and chart their best possible financial course by taking the responsibility to educate themselves. He explains that one of the keys to conscious financial living and creating prosperity is seeking out knowledge about one’s options and resources—or, simply put, learning how money works. For example, he illustrates that credit and debt, although often portrayed as negative, can support personal and financial growth. He steers readers away from the trappings of unconscious debt, such as those involved in revolving credit, and toward the conscious use of debt that promotes responsible borrowing, sets clear goals, and creates a feeling of accomplishment when paid in full.
The Psychology of Wealth also includes many stories of inspiring individuals who have overcome adversity to achieve their goals and find empowerment and prosperity. Based on interviews with some of the nation’s most knowledgeable experts in law, finance, politics and business, this fascinating book explores the roles that wealth plays in people’s lives and the evolution of the American experience of life.
“What will get us out of the unfortunate spot we’ve gotten ourselves into? In a word: consciousness. Approaching our finances consciously—with an awareness of our circumstances, motivations, and true aims—is key,” Dr. Richards writes in The Psychology of Wealth. Along the way, he teaches a new process for seeking and achieving a true and encompassing wealth and offers real-life strategies to create a healthier and happier financial future.
About Dr. Charles Richards:
Charles Richards, Ph.D., is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, author, and licensed psychotherapist in private practice in San Diego, California. He has developed and refined an innovative and highly effective therapeutic process that allows clients to achieve greater health in all areas of their lives.
For over ten years, he also trained and coached senior executives of Fortune 100 corporations in management and leadership skills at the Center for Creative Leadership, La Jolla. His clients at CCL have included General Motors, IBM, Apple, Motorola, Qualcomm, Sony, Whirlpool, Honda, SAP, and other well-known companies. Dr. Richards is also an international speaker and presenter.
Read more at http://www.ThePsychologyofWealth.org
To RSVP to the event, please contact Brittany Wilson at bwilso10masonlive.gmu.edu