Thank you for your overwhelming support during our book launch.
Best-selling authors Clarissa Seriña-de la Paz and Sharon Que launched their second book called Money Grows on Trees last April 22, 2017 at Fully Booked - Bonifacio High Street. As a follow-up to their successful book I Wish They Taught Money in School, which became part of National Bookstore's best-sellers for 5 consecutive months, Money Grows on Trees focuses on the right mindset for living an abundant life.
Each one gave their reasons for writing the first and second books. They were advocates of vision boards and showed the audience what each of theirs looked like. “Passive income” and “achieve your dreams” were a few of the phrases mentioned. At those instances, I was attentive (I was busy taking a few photos and sharing them in social media – what a digital nut I am; really!), I heard Sharon say she and other business partners bought a building with only ₱60,000 cash on hand.
In “Money grows on trees,” the two discuss insidious factors that affect one’s wealth, such as superstitions and the negative perceptions of Filipinos about money. Written from two perspectives, the book tackles financial matters as it would apply to different people, and in a tone that is.