Mark Victor Hansen is one of the most respected authorities in the area of human potential and has created change around the world for more than 30 years. As the co-creator of the best-selling Chicken Soup for the Soul series, he has achieved phenomenal success with 144 million books sold and 200 titles in print, in 41 different languages. The Richest Kids in America is his latest project, and it will inspire readers of every age to wake up their inner being and obtain their true financial freedom!
The Richest Kids in America: How They Earn It, How They Spend It, How You Can Tooby Mark Victor Hansen
Get ready to meet some amazing entrepreneurial superstars who are living their dreams and making a big difference doing it. They’ve shared their stories to inspire you, teach you, and show you that your own opportunities are endless. How did they discover their passion? What were their first steps to building their business? Who supported them along the way?
Get ready to meet some amazing entrepreneurial superstars who are living their dreams and making a big difference doing it. They’ve shared their stories to inspire you, teach you, and show you that your own opportunities are endless. How did they discover their passion? What were their first steps to building their business? Who supported them along the way? Why do they all choose to give back to their community? In this book you’ll learn the key principles that catapulted each of these incredible young entrepreneurs to success and how these same principles will lead you to a life of ultimate fulfillment.
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“The Richest Kids In America by Mark Victor Hansen features multiple youths that have made a prosperous living from gifted business sense. Inspirational interviews are given and success strategies are shared. There are even pictures of those that are featured in the stories and accompanying websites.
Mark Victor Hanson did not do his basic fact checking homework for Olivia Bennett. Not only is Olivia Bennett merely a self proclaimed prodigy without any valid art world standing. Her celebrity came from a bogus 9/11 charity claim that got her a meeting with the President, an appearance on Oprah, and a mention in Teen People. 3 years after her "national fundraiser", People magazine reported that Olive Bennett had never donated any of the money she raised for the Red Cross. This book is a wonderful example of irresponsible reporting.