Money Makes Me Crazy!


By Ted McLyman
Read by Brandon Batchelar
ISBN: 978-1-59859-976-3
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Unabridged - 5 hours - 5 CDs
Released: June 20, 2011
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Apexx Behavioral Solutions CEO Ted McLyman presents a compelling story about how behavior drives money decisions and that the common wisdom about personal finance is wrong. Building on over thirty-five years of experience as a leader, educator, financial advisor and business owner McLyman offers a refreshing new approach to money management. Money Makes Me Crazy: A Prescription for Money Sanity draws on his vast understanding of behavioral finance to explore why we continually make bad money choices. This audio book offers a light and entertaining account of how our human nature conspires against us when we make money choices.

“As a business strategist who deals in results and behavioral consequences every day, I quickly recognized the immense value in Ted McLyman’s behavioral financial planning model. It represents a powerful paradigm shift that I believe will rock the financial industry, restore confidence, and create results that far surpass pre-crisis performance.”
TONY JEARY – Business strategist, coach, and author
Strategic Acceleration: Succeed at the Speed of Life

“In his book, Money Makes Me Crazy, Ted is right on point that \You’ must take charge of your financial planning. The plan must be tailored for you, not a cookie cutter plan that is applied to all. In order to do this, you must identify what makes you tick and what your values are, in other words what your ‘behaviors’ are. If you don’t do this fundamental step, the chances that you will identify, follow through and ultimately meet your financial objectives will be greatly diminished.”
CONNIE MURRAY – VP of Manufacturing (retired),
The Coca-Cola Company

“Ted McLyman has the sense to admit that even the people who manage other people’s money go crazy trying to understand how and why people do what they do with money. McLyman figures out a missing piece in the human money equation that others like myself have ignored for years.”
PAUL MONSON – Economist and Chief of Staff,
USDA Forest Service