Being broke is never a good feeling. Those who are in financial peril are constantly burdened with where the next dollar is coming from. Now imagine if you could pinpoint how your emotions and mental perception could affect how you manage your money. Paul D. Jones wants to assist those who are experiencing more month than money, do exactly that.
Jones' new book, "I Quit Being Broke," examines the psychological pretenses and precursors that lead people to mismanage money and bad spending habits. Jones plans to couple the book with Financial Literacy University, a series of workshops that cover credit building, real estate, budgeting and business growth. He is also planning to tour select cities this spring to promote the book.
For more information on the tour, log on to www.PaulDJones.com or check the official Facebook page.