New Weight-Loss Guide Borrows from the World of Finance

Accountant and business leader Corey Hill finds that money management principles create a golden approach to dieting success.


Matawan, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/14/2014 -- In his upcoming book, The Cash Diet: Fundamental Financial Principles That Will Also Reduce Your Waist, author Corey Hill explains how his insights into the world of finance helped him create a truly innovative strategy for successfully losing weight. His distinctive principle-based approach is unique in the weight-loss world. His book even explains the principles at work behind the other weight-loss methods and ties it all back to the world of finance.

As a Chartered Accountant and businesses consultant he has helped numerous businesses achieve phenomenal success. “While searching for a permanent solution to my own weight issues, I began to wonder if the key financial principles I use in helping businesses and individuals might somehow be applicable,” he remarks. And it turned out that sound financial planning and a great weight-loss program have a surprising amount in common.

Finding time to exercise was another hurdle that Corey was determined to overcome.

“My wife and I have a large family, are actively involved in our church, and try to give back to the community as much as possible. We don’t have a lot of leftover time for things like exercise,” he says. Feeling confident that many struggling with their weight feel the same way, he set out to find an approach that would work for everyone, regardless of their situation. “I don’t believe people are looking for or need another list of do’s and don’ts. I subscribe to the adage that it’s best to teach people correct principles and then let them govern themselves.”

To publish and market his book he’s taking advantage of crowdfunding.

“I believe that the world is crying out for a weight-loss solution such as this. By inviting the public to participate in and share the joy of bringing this book to life, I believe it is a win-win situation for everyone,” he says.

The crowdfunding source he’s using is Kickstarter, which has already provided funding for thousands of new products and services since its launch. People who back Kickstarter projects can receive tangible incentives in exchange for startup funding. These incentives include personalized gifts or even, in this case, dinner with the author himself.

Corey Hill’s crowdfunding campaign will extend through November 3, 2014.

For more information or to join in funding the project visit his personal Kickstarter page at