Review: A Wealthy Girl by Charisse Conanan Johnson

There is nothing as powerful as a “girl” with a mind for money-making coupled with a purpose.

This is not an ordinary wealth-building book. Your wealth is beyond what sits in your bank account — it embodies your relationships, your craft, and your faith. Through the pages of A Wealthy Girl, you will be shaped by a new wealth conversation, rooted in both the tangible and intangible aspects of wealth, told through the lens of Charisse’s inspiring life journey and the stories of other powerful women.

Through this book, Charisse will give you the 7 key steps to live a wealthy life, from developing an investor mindset to building a faith muscle, to running wealthy experiments. Through it all, Charisse shares openly about her journey with a common-sense approach, grit, and dozens of great tips to implement immediately.

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For a while now, I have been feeling stuck. I am stuck in an endless cycle of earning, spending and failing to achieve my financial goals. This is what drew me to this book. I felt ready for some fresh insights that could help me change my situation. Thankfully, I got that and more.

Charisse encourages readers to look at wealth not just in terms of financials.  Going through the chapters of this book, I discovered that I am a wealthy girl. Beyond the assets and bank account, I have talents, family and above all, I have faith. I liked her perspectives about different types of mentorships and some of the things that she said made me start looking into getting a career coach and a therapist. I created a Vision Board this year and packed it away. Thanks to Charisse, I feel more equipped to get it and begin some visualization and realization of goals.

There is a lot of inspiration to be gained from this book. I like that the author used practical examples and her real-life stories to illustrate the journey to becoming a wealthy girl. Although there is a lot about this book that made me feel like it was written for an audience in the West, there is still a lot that I could resonate with. I just took the practical examples set in America and applied them to my own situation.

I am definitely wealthier after reading A wealthy Girl by Charisse Conanan Johnson. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a good, inspirational read on wealth (tangible and intangible).