Personal finance Educator, Jane Mazimba, has unveiled a new book aimed at helping people in their journey towards building wealth.
The book tiled “Catching F.I.R.E” comes with each chapter containing weekly suggestions designed to help the reader set goals, identify core values, evaluate financial position, start saving, manage debt and begin to invest.
Mazimba said in a statement on Wednesday that the book targets to help public sector workers, middle class earners, students and every person who not only wants to build wealth strategically but also to restructure their debts and make steps to live debt free.
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This is Mazimba’s first book and chronicles her personal finance journey and offers bite sized chapters that suggest small changes that have a big impact on overall financial health.
Mazimba said the book guides readers to a new way of thinking about life and money through her researched personal anecdotes and provides specific answers on how to get started by taking control of personal finances.
She said it was a collection of her proven theories and practical top tips on how to get attain total financial freedom
“This is a book that is needed for anyone seeking a life of personal financial freedom, early retirement and wealth creation.
“It is a true anthology of my money journey and a handbook for growing your financial discipline. I want this book to serve as a guide for people who want to take the next step in shifting their perspective on personal finance and beyond,” she said.
Mazimba explained that the book bridged the gap between theory and reality.
“This is a book about action. The book provides the reader with bite-sized actionable guidelines to create a strong foundation for their financial independence and Early Retirement journey,” she said.
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