Discover a new way of seeing
life & money.
Download the first 3 chapters for free.
The Breakfast Club for
This is not your typical self-help or financial book. It
won’t tell you to open a new bank account or get a
‘splurge’ card. The book explores the different
financial decisions and behaviours of six different
characters…and how these have led them to their
Love this book! So inspired to reinvent my financial future!
Wow is this book amazing! As a 40-something, I’ve really started focusing a lot lately on my financial and the dreaded “R” word of retirement and what that’s going to look like for me. This book was fun, entertaining and easy to read with really engaging characters I could relate so well...
This book is brilliant. If you don’t think you can afford to buy it, then you can’t afford not to buy it.
Vanessa makes finance sexy, and she talks and writes about the topic in a way that’s easier to understand than anyone else.
For something as central to our lives as money, most of us never read a book about it. It’s time to change that with The Breakfast Club for 40-Somethings.
Immensely readable and uses humour to guide you to create new habits that serve your financial future.
About The Book
This novel draws upon the 5 major lessons you need
to ‘unlearn’ about the way you see life and money, in
order to give you the best chance of achieving the
financial freedom you want.
The book offers a new and entertaining way to
change your long-term financial behaviours for the
better. Download the first 3 chapters now…I promise
you won’t regret it!
Financial freedom and securing your future is the dream.
But are your money habits holding you back?
Discover the 5 Pillars of Unlearning Money and how they can improve your financial position.
Gain high-level insight of your financial position and how it compares to the book characters.
Get inspired to take action to reinvent toward the life you want.
Six lives, six different financial situations. How will the conversation around money begin?
Meet Karen and Russ: married with kids, mortgage and credit card debt. How do they leverage their situation to generate more wealth?
Watch Jayne, a devoted mother of two after divorcing a volatile ex-husband. How does she become self-sufficient?