Rich is a Religion: Breaking the Timeless Code to Wealth

Overview

The secret to building and maintaining wealth isn't a specific stock-picking strategy. Instead, it's a philosophy and behavior that you need to understand and practice in order to have the peace of mind that comes with wealth. It is, in bestselling author Mark Stevens's words, "A means of thinking and behaving...a financial religion."

Amidst today's dramatic downturns in economy—massive layoffs at banks and brokerages, housing foreclosures, and high unemployment—people keep ...

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Overview

The secret to building and maintaining wealth isn't a specific stock-picking strategy. Instead, it's a philosophy and behavior that you need to understand and practice in order to have the peace of mind that comes with wealth. It is, in bestselling author Mark Stevens's words, "A means of thinking and behaving...a financial religion."

Amidst today's dramatic downturns in economy—massive layoffs at banks and brokerages, housing foreclosures, and high unemployment—people keep blaming Wall Street institutions or the government for their personal money woes. However, the problem stems less from the system and more from individual behaviors. While portfolios shrink in value, people continue to live beyond their means, always trying to outspend their neighbors. People are working harder than ever and have less time to enjoy the comforts they do have.

It 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 your mindset of millionaires and billionaires whom the author has known, you will learn how to make more money than you ever thought possible and how you can preserve this money for your entire life, regardless of economic downswings. With the insights found here, you'll also quickly learn the difference between doing well financially and creating true wealth.

Rich Is a Religion examines how the wealthy use money as an instrument of indenpendence, confidence, stability, and enduring value. Throughout the book, Stevens shows you how those who embrace the "religion of the rich" make the most of their money and their life, and explains how this approach can help you to:

• Engage now in the endeavors that you promised yourself you would get to some day in the future

• Have the peace of mind that comes with a rock-solid financial base

• Indulge yourself and your family with everything you desire, knowing that you will not jeopardize your financial well-being

• Work for yourself, and yourself only, if that's what you prefer

• And much more

Filled with engaging anecdotes and advice from real millionaires, Rich Is a Religion outlines a powerful new way of thinking and living. With this book as a guide, you'll quickly discover how to earn more than you ever thought possible, create a solid financial base, and protect those assets. But most of all, you'll learn how to channel your money to maximize the gift of life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470252871
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 10/6/2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 1,436,065
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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