Seven Laws of Money

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The Seven Laws of Money tells how to live with money: how to get it, care for it, and forget about it. An underground classic among corporate executives, accountants, and entrepreneurs since the 1970s, it is rooted in the author's commitment to right livelihood, to learning how the world works, to a willingness to "fail young," and to networking. Phillips shows how to combine these principles with the seven laws to engender a healthy, fearless attitude toward money.

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Overview

The Seven Laws of Money tells how to live with money: how to get it, care for it, and forget about it. An underground classic among corporate executives, accountants, and entrepreneurs since the 1970s, it is rooted in the author's commitment to right livelihood, to learning how the world works, to a willingness to "fail young," and to networking. Phillips shows how to combine these principles with the seven laws to engender a healthy, fearless attitude toward money.

These seven simple laws are the secret to a healthy, fearless attitude toward money, liberating its creative potential for everyone. "A friendly, upbeat guide to using money instead of being used by it."--Marsha Sinetar, author of Do What You Love, the Money Will Follow.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781570622779
  • Publisher: Shambhala Publications, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Series: Pocket Classics Series
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 628,375
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael Phillips developed MasterCard as vice president of the Bank of California. He is the author of Honest Business and The Seven Laws of Money.

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Table of Contents

The First Law: Do It! 1
The Second Law: Money Has Its Own Rules 20
The Third Law: Money Is a Dream 58
The Fourth Law: Money Is a Nightmare 70
The Fifth Law: You Can Never Really Give Money Away 92
The Sixth Law: You Can Never Really Receive Money as a Gift 102
The Seventh Law: There Are Worlds without Money 110
Epilogue 115
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  • Posted October 17, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    The Eighth Law is the the first seven won't come cheap.

    I've got mixed feelings on this book. In a lot of ways it reinforced the views I already had on money, so I suppose on that end it qualifies as encouraging. One the other end, the cynic in me wants to dismiss it as a load of crap because of the new-age mysticism of the writing style. The book started out as a seven page pamphlet, later bulked out to 120 pages. In light of that, the $12 price tag struck me as a little steep, especially since most of it was composed of things I'd already intuited on some level.

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