Your New Money Mindset – Book Review

Your New Money Mindset

Your New Money Mindset – Book Review

There are lots of books you can buy that will tell you how to save more money, create a budget, invest wisely, and help you to improve your overall financial habits, but there are very few books that help you to examine and understand your attitude towards and relationship with money.

Brad Hewitt, the CEO of Fervent Financial and licensed psychologist James Moline believe that to have a healthy relationship with money, we need to understand our financial mindset. We need to know how the value we place on money aligns with the values we hold within our hearts.

That’s why they’ve written Your New Money Mindset – Create A Healthy Relationship With Money – a biblically-based book that helps you to reshape your relationship with money.

In Your New Money Mindset, the authors invite you to begin examining your attitudes and beliefs towards money by taking the New Money Mindset Assessment – a 48-question online quiz that measures various aspects of your relationship with money. Once you have your results, you use the book to explore your relationship in context to the Five Money Mindsets – five distinct ways people have of relating to all that they have and own.

The most interesting thing about this is that your attitude towards money has nothing to do with how much money you have or make or how many possessions you own or lack. As you’ll discover on your journey throughout the book, our relationship to money runs quite deeper, and the spiritual implications are quite profound.

If you are looking for a book that can help you to transform your relationship with money by helping you to understand what’s inside your head and heart, then Your New Money Mindset is the perfect book for you!

I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

About The Authors

About Brad Hewitt

Brad Hewitt

Brad Hewitt is president and CEO of Thrivent Financial, a not-for-profit Fortune 500 organization dedicated to helping Christians be wise with money and live generously. He speaks regularly on how a redefined relationship with money can help us find and live out our call in life. He and his wife live in Minnesota.

About James Moline

James Moline

James Moline, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who has built a 30-year career consulting with global companies about transforming organizations in an era of rapid change and uncertainty. As a former tenured professor, Jim is passionate about influencing lifelong learning in the communities he serves. Jim’s expertise extends to advising clients on how to give back at the local level while helping them develop strategies and action plans that encourage philanthropy. He and his family live in Minnesota.

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10 Responses to “Your New Money Mindset – Book Review”

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  1. I love reading personal finance books! I’ll be sure to add this one to my to read list.

  2. Thanks for this suggestion! I don’t read a ton of personal finance books, but I’d like to read one every so often. This one sounds different than most – I’ll put it on my library list!

  3. Thanks for the review – adding this to my list! Thanks for sharing on the Small Victories Sunday Linkup!

  4. Sounds like a great book! Sharing!

  5. Kelly says:

    I have been working on my mindset with money. I have discovered that my relationship with money is similar to my father’s relationship with money. Turning things around right now. Thanks for the review.

  6. Michelle Saunderson says:

    Interesting. I added to my must read list.

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