Jodie Nolan had it all, lost it all and is rebuilding her wealth.
Jodie Nolan had it all, lost it all and is rebuilding her wealth. Robeccer McLean

Book born from financial conflict

BESTSELLING author Jodie Nolan will be at Gympie Library this Thursday from 10.30am to talk about all of the things you need to know about money.

Whether you want to learn how to start with nothing and make millions, raise money-smart kids, or just manage your money better, this talk is for you.

Jodie's book Surviving the Storm tells of how, after struggling with her own financial situation, she found a way to direct her energies into a path to retrieve her wealth and help people along the way.

Whether you are looking for solutions to personal finance issues or need to maximise your business presence, each section of the book demonstrates step by step how you can easily recover and advance your own financial position.

"This book was born from conflict," she said.

"The struggle between my mind saying 'no more' to negative media and association and my heart saying 'yes' to initiating much-needed change towards improving Australia's lack of financial literacy, in the hope that people will benefit."

The first chapter of Surviving the Storm is Jodie's own story, in which she shares her inspiring experience starting with nothing and going on to make millions. In fact she was a self-made millionaire by the age of 29.

Jodie then shares with readers how she lost it all and how she is now rebuilding her wealth.

As a financial adviser for 15 years and with a Masters degree in applied finance, Jodie is more than well-prepared to teach on the subject of how to create financial security - and how to protect it once you have it.

Former head of Westpac Investments and Insurances and award-winning author of the bestselling book The People Pill, Ken Wright, describes Jodie's book as "a truly indispensable finance roadmap that covers all aspects of money from building wealth, to reducing your loans and creating the life you deserve".

Book now to hear Jodie speak by contacting Gympie Library on 5481 0859 or

Gympie Times

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