Boost Your Self-Worth to Grow Your Net Worth

by Rosa Elena D. | Last updated Aug. 11, 2016

Worthy by Nancy Levin Review

Worthy main idea focuses on “our self-worth determines our net worth.” Furthermore, not only about how we feel dealing with money issues but ourselves generally.



This book is about
Shadow work.

1) Discovering limiting beliefs, underlying commitments and excuses, 2) steps to act to eliminate them, and 3) create expansive ones to follow our dreams.

This book isn’t about
Advance technical financial advice. Don’t expect information about investments, retirement funds, etc.

However, first steps for financial advice are available for categories of ‘powerful decisions’ such as hiring someone, spending money, saving money, making money and handling money better.


STEP ONE: Take off the blinders
STEP TWO: Admit who holds the purse strings
STEP THREE: Take inventory of your beliefs
STEP FOUR: Tally the cost of your excuses
STEP FIVE: Uncover your underlying commitments
STEP SIX: Become willing to be worthy
STEP SEVEN: Take back your financial power
STEP EIGHTH: Make one powerful financial decision
STEP NINE: Uncover your desires – financial and otherwise
STEP TENTH: Get ready to do the impossible

The author experience shows how an event interpretation affects our beliefs system since childhood, how fragile it can be, and get distorted in the process.

Coach NANCY LEVIN provides plenty of exercises and examples to endure the inner work to eradicate the limiting belief of ‘being not enough’ that creates ‘having not enough’.

Moreover, a couple of examples of how dealing with shadow work for self-worth around money spreads to other areas and resolves issues as eating disorder and nail-biting that apparently weren’t related.

I enjoyed reading WORTHY, and the awareness that these ideas provoke.

Available on: Amazon US | Apple iBooks | Powell’s Books | IndieBound

Author Nancy Levin
Worthy: Boost Your Self-Worth to Grow Your Net Worth
Published by Hay House, Inc. (August 2, 2016)
ISBN: 978-1401950156


When we feel that we aren’t enough, or that we aren’t good enough, we also fear that we’ll never have enough.

Money. We love it. We hate it. If we don’t have enough, we’re struggling to get more. If we do have it, we’re fighting to hold on to it. Why does money have to be such a source of anxiety? Is it possible to find a balance? Yes! According to integrative life coach Nancy Levin, the real key to creating financial freedom isn’t changing what we do, it’s changing how we feel—and that requires more than just learning how to invest.

In Worthy, Nancy makes an essential, eye-opening connection: the state of our net worth is a direct reflection of our self-worth. Then she shows us how to get to the root of the problem and do the internal work that’s needed to replace feelings of unworthiness with a stronger sense of our own value. Filled with inspiring real-life stories and thought-provoking questions and answers, her 10-step plan helps us to:

· Get real about the money issues we face every day
· Examine the excuses we use to avoid creating the life we really want
· Be willing to see ourselves as worthy of abundance in all its forms
· Take back our financial power—and watch amazing things start to happen

Whether we’re looking for financial ease or a new relationship with money and ourselves, Worthy will give us the tools to clear the path for wholeness, fulfillment, and richness in all areas of our lives, not just in our bank accounts.

ARC by NetGalley

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