Rich is a Religion: Breaking the Timeless Code to Wealth

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 3, 2008 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
If you're stressed about your financial future, stuck at a job that you hate, or feel trapped by your income, Rich Is a Religion is a road map that will help you transform your life. By showing you the mindset of millionaires and billionaires, you'll learn how to make more money than you ever thought possible and how to preserve this money for your entire life. With the insights found here, you'll quickly discover how to create a solid financial base and channel your money to maximize the gift of life.
 

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Contents

The Vision
Fairy Tale Finance
The Congregation
The Paradoxical Secret
The Real Value
Epilogue
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Mark Stevens, now a multimillionaire, had to support his mother and sister as a teenager with $84 when his father died suddenly. Stevens is CEO of MSCO, Inc., a results-driven management and marketing firm. His blog, Unconventional Thinking, has been rated among the top 10 blogs in the world by blogged.com. He has written several bestselling titles, including Your Marketing Sucks, Your Management Sucks, and God Is a Salesman.

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