Mwandiambira spoke about his book “My Money”.
Description on Amazon:
Money is a tool that we can all master.
You choose to either be a “Money Slave” or a “Money Master”.
“My Money”, written by Gerald Mwandiambira, is a practical, easy to read personal finance book.
A guide that will help many ordinary people begin to create wealth and not fear the subject of personal financial planning.
A treasure trove of useful advice and tips; this book is essential reading to gain a basic understanding of money mechanics.
A guide to help you find your confidence and see money as it really is; a tool that anyone can use.
With a chapter dedicated to almost every financial situation we face in our lives, “My Money” will become your go-to book that will help you unlock your financial potential and gain control of your financial affairs.
You, too, have the potential to become a “Money Master”.
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