Monday Morning Magic from Inkandescent® PR + Publishing Co. — Friends: We’re thrilled to share some exciting news: What’s Your Future Worth? Using Present Value to Make Better Decisions will be featured in this year’s BK CYBER MONDAY sale! Today only, November 27, you have an extraordinary opportunity to discover and engage with thought-provoking ideas by all of the BK authors at a 50% discount and with free shipping for U.S. orders.
Click here to get your copy at bkconnection.com. Use the checkout code: CYBER50.
Here’s another opportunity: Pete is available to speak about the topics in this book and his second title, Money Mountaineering: Use the Principles of Holistic Financial Wellness to Thrive in a Complex World. Click here to learn more about his Speaking Gigs at PeterNeuwirth.com.
Until next Monday: May you find value in all the things you cherish this holiday season! — Hope Katz Gibbs, founder and president, Inkandescent® Inc. Inkandescent.us
About Peter Neuwirth’s book: What’s Your Future Worth? Using Present Value to Make Better Decisions
“We weigh every significant decision based on how it will affect our future,” explains actuary Peter Neuwirth, author of What’s Your Future Worth? “But when it comes to figuring that out, we mostly make the process up as we go along.” While he can’t help you actually predict the future, Pete can offer a simple, systematic way to make much better guesses about it—and so make better decisions.
In What’s Your Future Worth?: Pete offers an accessible, step-by-step guide to using the powerful concept of Present Value—which allows you to determine the value today of something that might happen in the future—to evaluate all of the outcomes that might arise from choosing one path as opposed to another. Pete walks us through the process using examples that anyone can relate to. Your old refrigerator doesn’t work as well as it used to—should you buy a new one right away or muddle through for a while? You’re offered a great discount on a service you don’t need at the moment but eventually will—buy the service now or wait?
With just a little math and some common sense: Compare future costs and benefits with present costs and benefits and make “apples to apples” comparisons. This book will be indispensable for anyone who has ever had to figure out whether to stick with an awful job or follow his or her bliss, fix that old car or buy a new one, increase 401(k) contributions or keep the same take-home pay, and a thousand other decisions.