Changing Your Outlook on Life Can Change Your Finances


Atlanta, Georgia – November 22 2011-



The RichLife: 10 Investments for True Wealth, by Beau Henderson, a financial advisor who believes in living within one’s means, offers the same valuable advice that he has given over 3,000 clients. Henderson’s The RichLife is regarded as an investment that can be made toward your future, teaching you how budgeting and changing your perspective can help you live a more financially-abundant life.

The basic premise of this financial advice is simple: that you should have more income than you do expenses or debt, and Henderson offers easily applicable solutions for achieving it. The small changes that you make in your spending and investing could very well make the most difference. For instance, you could end up with more disposable income if you decide to accept a vehicle for which you pay a lower monthly payment.

Likewise, you can keep more money in the bank to save for hard times if you decide to eat out a little bit less. All this extra money that you have left over can then be used to help build your financial future and help you to become less dependent on credit cards and other loans. As a result, the future of your family is more secure and it could do wonders for your health and sanity. The beauty of Henderson’s advice is that it is applicable to all, whether you make only $20,000 per year or $150,000.

Beau Henderson makes it clear that the “rich life” is, indeed, attainable. However, in order to gain financial freedom you need to change your priorities and become honest with yourself about your money management skills and your spending habits.  Henderson provides his readers with far more than your traditional financial advice book, offering you advice that will change both your outlook on your life and your finances, providing you with a path to achieving both financial and emotional wealth.




Myriam Bissainthe
RichLife Advisors
117 Bradford Street NW
Gainesville, GA 30501


About Beau Henderson

Beau Henderson is a financial advisor, author, coach, radio personality, and CEO of RichLife Advisors. He has helped over 3,000 clients to not just improve their relationship with money, but to live the life of their dreams.

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