Wealth Virtues

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If you are looking for a book that will divulge the secret to making millions of dollars in a short amount of time without working hard at it, then you have the wrong book. If you do find a book providing that information, then put it down and walk away. If that book existed, wouldn't every reader be a millionaire?Wealth Virtues by James Ward simplifies the definition of wealth as "the ability to acquire more money than you spend, and to save more than you owe." This ability comes from understanding both your ...
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If you are looking for a book that will divulge the secret to making millions of dollars in a short amount of time without working hard at it, then you have the wrong book. If you do find a book providing that information, then put it down and walk away. If that book existed, wouldn't every reader be a millionaire?Wealth Virtues by James Ward simplifies the definition of wealth as "the ability to acquire more money than you spend, and to save more than you owe." This ability comes from understanding both your behavior, and the cyclic nature of money. By applying the practice of the Thirteen Virtues of Benjamin Franklin with the Cycle of Positive Wealth, anyone can be wealthy regardless of their current income. It is simply a matter of applying the things you already know into practice. Wealth Virtues reveals the simple path to get you there.

James Ward is wealthy. Not "John D. Rockefeller wealthy", but rather has more money flowing in than flowing out. He is or has been a successful computer scientist, Coast Guardsman, Army Officer, analyst, musician, graphic designer, skier, manager for a defense contractor, business owner, and a writer. He is also a successful investor, but lives well within his means. As the owner of Poor Richard Web Press, he helps businesses, non-profits, and individuals succeed with their Internet marketing goals. He also helps other writers with free online marketing tools at BiblioScribe.com, and is a contributor to First Book, and organization that provides new books to children in need. Although his savings and investments continue to grow from the continual practice of Dr. Benjamin Franklin's Thirteen Virtues while following the Cycle of Positive Wealth, he realizes that his only true and most valuable treasure is his family.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608446360
  • Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/10/2010
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.34 (d)

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James Ward is wealthy. Not "John D. Rockefeller wealthy", but rather has more money flowing in than flowing out. He is or has been a successful computer scientist, Coast Guardsman, Army Officer, analyst, musician, graphic designer, skier, manager for a defense contractor, business owner, and a writer. He is also a successful investor, but lives well within his means. As the owner of Poor Richard Web Press, LLC, he helps businesses, non-profits, and individuals succeed with their Internet marketing goals. He also helps other writers with free online marketing tools at BiblioScribe.com, and is a contributor to First Book, an organization that provides new books to children in need. Although his savings and investments continue to grow from the continual practice of Dr. Benjamin Franklin's Thirteen Virtues while following the Cycle of Positive Wealth, he realizes that his only true and most valuable treasure is his family.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2010

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    Common sense values for uncommon times

    In a sea of books by financial experts that promise vast wealth if you follow their lead, Wealth Virtues is an aptly titled exception to the norm. Its honesty and simplicity are unique, and the wisdom of Ben Franklin is unassailable. Ultimately, the book reveals the virtues not only of sound financial management, but also of sound living. Well done!

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