50 Prosperity Classics: Attract It, Create It, Manage It, Share It (50 Classics)

50 Prosperity Classics: Attract It, Create It, Manage It, Share It (50 Classics)

Tom Butler-Bowdon

Language: English

Pages: 228

ISBN: 185788504X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The popular success of The Secret has helped many people discover a subject of writing that seems new but in fact stretches back more than a century. 50 Prosperity Classics covers many of the great writings on wealth, abundance, philanthropy, and success, encompassing works from Andrew Carnegie, Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Peter Lynch, and more.

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away, but after he landed a spot on a local radio show Ramsey’s message gained a larger audience. The show was later syndicated nationally and a revised book became a bestseller. With additional comments from his wife Sharon, new chapters, and updated statistics, Financial Peace Revisited is now firmly in the canon of personal finance classics, helping many people to become solvent. Alarming facts The early part of the book reveals the following: The typical American household has

money has on our lives, the wounds and hardship that it can impose on us, and the immense healing power of even the smallest amount of money when we use it to express our humanity—our highest ideals and our most soulful commitments and values.” “Just as blood in the body must flow to all parts of the body for health to be maintained, money is useful when it is moving and flowing, contributed and shared, directed and invested in that which is life affirming.” In a nutshell

Feeney, Miller, Alan Parker, and Tony Pilaro, who by 1977 were receiving combined annual dividends of over $30 million. Feeney pocketed $12 million one year, $18 million the next, and as the 1980s began his annual share of the dividend was over $23 million, all in cash and tax free. DFS revenues continued to grew at a rate of 19 percent through the decade (with its Honolulu store alone turning over $400 million a year) and it became the largest liquor retailer in the world. Ego-less giving

messages. The chapter on marketing, which shows why it is so important to be clear on exactly what you are selling, is worth the price of the book alone. Another chapter contains the intriguing story of a person who, against all the odds, became a success story. Wait for the interesting twist at the end. Michael E. Gerber Born in 1936, the California-based Gerber once sold encyclopedias for a living. He founded his company E-Myth Worldwide in 1977, eight years before writing The E-Myth. It

when it would have cost the public purse less to close the mines and pay off the workers. The book’s radical suggestion: Governments should stop taxing labor and income and instead tax pollution, waste, carbon fuels, and resource exploitation. The result would be a new order of radically better use of resources, which at the same time redirects government spending toward social ills and fixing damaged environments. Without taxes on labor, demand for it would rise (in the process minimizing

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