"Want to transform a life destined for poverty to one of wisdom and wealth?"

Women, Wealth, & Wisdom is your answer...

About Steven Wightman, Certified Financial Planner

Women, Wealth and Wisdom, the book.

Life of purpose on purpose.

About Steven Wightman, Certified Financial Planner, since 1995. Now working on a new book “Don’t Be Trumped, 7 Steps to Protect Your Assets and Retirement Savings.”

Steve Wightman has worked with families and financial planning practices building stronger financial foundations by strengthening advisor-client pairing process so they both may focus on synergistic milestones. Quoted in publications like Bloomberg and Kiplinger Magazines, Dow Jones, Newsweek, Business Week, U.S. News and World Report, Boston Magazine and cover stories of Financial Advisor Magazine, he writes blogs and articles for financial advisors and their clients. Click here for media credits:

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Women, Wealth and Wisdom

http://www.amazon.com/Women-Wealth-Wisdom-Unleash-Purpose/dp/148490544X/ref=tmm_pap_title_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1433957658&sr=1-1

Women, Wealth, and Wisdom brings together for the first time two factors that research has shown are most likely to transform a life formerly destined for poverty to one of wisdom and wealth—life planning and personal finance. Colorful strands of mind, body, and spirit are interwoven with a fabric of best financial strategies garnered from decades of studying and practicing wealth management planning with America’s thought leaders. This book is akin to finding yourself locked in a room with Stephen Covey, Deepak Chopra, Jayne Bryant Quinn, and Warren Buffet.

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Sample Chapter

The adage “people don’t plan to fail, they just fail to plan” has echoed through the minds, across the lips, into ears and read through the eyes of financial planners round the world for decades. With 78 million baby boomers now aging – many of whom cared for their parents – a long forecasted tsunami is now imminent. It is no secret that baby boomers have grossly underestimated the cost of living in retirement and overestimated income from Social Security.

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