Billionaire Cab Driver is an easy-to-read financial primer that reveals all of the secrets of personal financial planning that should have been taught to everyone in school.
So how did a cab driver from the small Polynesian Island of Kiki Loa become worth over $20 billion?
That is what Dan Langston, and hundreds of other reporters, all wanted to know! Fortunately for Mr. Langston (and you), he won the rights from Mr. Kane to report his remarkable life story . . . and Memoirs of a Billionaire Cab Driver is the result.
In this fantastic story ancient wisdom meets modern-day techniques. Billionaire cab driver Mr. Kane drives reporter Mr. Langston around the island for a full day as he explains the secrets to building personal financial independence using examples already present in nature. By the day's conclusion, the cab driver has revealed all of the major financial principles necessary for building a personal financial plan that ensures financial success, including:
- Don’t rely on what you think you know as the whole truth; stay open to other possibilities.
- Realize that profits are made on most investments when you buy them, not when you sell.
- Never rely on a broker as an advisor.
- Money won’t buy happiness if you are not already happy.
- The rule of 72 – used to determine the amount of time for an investment to double in value.
- Time management is essential for your success.
- The value of using justified debt to profit from other people’s money.
Designed to create a paradigm shift in the way people think about and relate to money and the ability to use it in a way to achieve their financial dreams, Billionaire Cab Driver is organized in a captivating parable format that makes understanding how to become financially independent simple. Your knowledge of money will grow a layer at a time, so by the end of the book, everything will fit together into a strong, new foundation of knowledge of how to take charge of your financial future.
|Publisher:||WND Books, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.41(w) x 8.05(h) x 0.58(d)|
About the Author
Joseph “Jody” Tallal, Jr. became one of the first fee only advisors in the 1970s. His success led to developing a course to train medical professionals at Baylor Medical School, University of Tennessee Health Sciences, and Tulane Medical School how to manage their money. He has been named an Honorary Citizen by several city mayors nationwide and has also received the President's Medal of Merit from former president Ronald Reagan.