Charisse Conanan Johnson's New Book, A Wealthy Girl, Will Define What it Means to be Wealthy for Years to Come

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CHICAGO, IL, USA, February 16, 2021 / — Charisse Conanan Johnson, wealth expert, entrepreneur and chartered financial analyst, today announced the release of her book A Wealthy Girl: 7 Steps to Prosperity, Peace, and Personal Power. The book offers a new perspective on how to build wealth by offering seven concrete steps that will not only provide financial prosperity but peace and personal power. In the book, Charisse shares her years of personal and professional experience to help empower women. This book is not your ordinary wealth-building book. Rather it’s part memoir, part self-help, and part-finance all wrapped up in a page-turning, inspirational guide to life.

Charisse’s seven steps to building wealth include building an environment for wealth creation, developing an investor mindset, building a faith muscle, and running wealthy experiments, starting a business or supporting the entrepreneurs and small businesses, working at their craft, and being a girl. Charisse’s ‘wealthy experiments,’ for example, introduce a novel concept that allows readers to make discoveries about their own wealth, both tangible and intangible, through testing, learning, and growing. Furthermore, Charisse “hates the word budget because it feels so constraining.” Instead, she offers a proprietary developed SIPPin’ & Living allocation strategy that helps readers prioritize saving, investing, paying down, and protecting their money before other routine living expenses. Through these steps, Charisse helps readers assume the power position of CEO of their wealth.

A Wealthy Girl draws readers in and keeps them engaged through Charisse’s captivating life story. Readers will also draw confidence, direction, and actionable strategies from other women in Charisse’s life, including her mother, grandmothers, daughter, and other notable women who have led incredibly wealthy lives and who have created intergenerational wealth. Charisse encourages readers to be a Wealthy Girl, not only for themselves but the generations that come after them, and in ways that will sustain their wealth.

Charisse says “There is nothing as powerful as a “girl” with a mind for money-making coupled with a purpose that lives way beyond the money. You will learn that you don’t have to be male, rich, old, or white, to be wealthy.” The late Cicely Tyson once said, “…there are some things money can’t buy. One of them is health. And the other is security in your relationships and friends.”

In 2019, more than 55 million full-time working women collectively earned an estimated $546 billion less than their male counterparts. Additionally, as recently as 2016, a typical white family’s net worth at $171,000 is almost ten times greater than that of a Black family at $17,150. The bleak statistics are not only depressing but also position women and Black people with a deficit framing; they always remind women, especially women of color, what they lack relative to another group. Women are far more than tangible wealth data, and they should be measuring themselves fully. It’s time they define themselves on their own terms.

By the end of A Wealthy Girl, readers will not only have seven concrete steps to create and sustain wealth, but they will also know how to enjoy all of their wealthy moments. Ultimately, readers will be changed by Charisse’s overall mantra: “My wealth is made up of more than the dollars and cents that sit in my bank account.”?