Become wealthy instead of just rich. Why would you invest your time and energy working for a company, while you could easily focus on becoming wealthy instead.
Do you think you are too broke, don't have the knowledge, or are not smart enough to get wealthy? Let me help you break through all those barriers of self doubt and show you the steps towards wealth building.
Finally live the life you always wanted, with the freedom to go and do whatever you please, with no one telling you what to do. A life where you are your own boss, which allows you to go on as many exotic vacations as you want.
A changed mindset and a plan of action are where we will begin and managing your wealth is where we will end.
Hurry! This audiobook is on sale right now, but the price will go up soon. Buy it now!
It doesn’t matter if you have $100, $10,000 or $1,000 -Eric Tyson’s Investing for Dummies show you how to maximize your investment-the fun way. This hands-on down to earth reference cuts through the jargon and provides you with the techniques and strategies you need to make sound investment decisions based on you overall financial picture. Packed with expert tips, suggestions, and anecdotes, this book takes you through the often confusing and intimidating world of investing step-by-step. Starting with the fundamentals, financial guru Tyson guides you through the ins and outs of investing in the stock market, real estate and more. With easy-to -understand explanations, helpful advice, and a lot of humor this audio will become your trusted investment counselor.
I want to reassure you that spending isn’t a wrong activity, however, there is something that should be taken more seriously than spending, and that is saving for your future.
As you spend, you’ve also got to realize that you need to save because tomorrow always comes. Think about it like this; if you spend all the money you had and had nothing left, how do you survive?
If everything you have now is taken away from you, will you still be alright?
If you have been spending a lot and not saving, it may take a while for you to make adjustments with your finances, but if you are resilient and proactive, the steps you will find here will be of great help.
The bestselling author of THE AUTOMATIC MILLIONAIRE offers his innovative financial advice in SMART COUPLES FINISH RICH and SMART WOMEN FINISH RICH—now both programs are available in audio.
Fighting about money is the number-one reason for divorce in America. SMART COUPLES FINISH RICH covers a powerful combination of strategies that helps couples work on their finances as a team. Addressing every couple—younger or older, married or not, straight or gay—this is a comprehensive, positive financial lifesaver that will help couples of all ages and in all tax brackets communicate comfortably about money and start building a strong financial future together.
Three-time Navy SEAL platoon commander and founder of Perfect Fitness reveals how to put together teams that can accomplish any objective—by leveraging an unexpected set of values and priorities.
SEALs and civilians operate in extremely different environments, but what makes both kinds of teams excel comes down to the same thing: service to others, trust, empathy, and a caring environment. Alden Mills has experience working in both the military and the private sector, as a SEAL platoon commander and as a startup founder of Perfect Fitness. He’s seen firsthand what it takes to lead an unstoppable team of individuals.
Teams are nothing more than a series of interconnected relationships with a collective, single-minded focus. Success almost never depends on individual talent and valor; instead, Alden Mills shows, it depends, first, on creating a strong foundation for yourself and, second, using that foundation to help others go beyond their individual pursuits and talents to create something bigger and better—an unstoppable team.
Unstoppable Teams show managers at every level, at both large and small organizations, including private, public, and nonprofit, how to inspire, motivate, and lead the people around them. Mills draws on stories from his own experiences to impart these surprising team-building lessons:Too many people mistake groups of individuals for a team.No two people are alike, but we all have the same genetic drivers that motivate us—our will to survive, our ego-driven desire for personal gain, and our soul-driven yearning to be a part of something greater than ourselves.When we override our fears about survival, we can focus on our desire to thrive.The more you care for your teammates, the more they will dare for the team.Great ideas are not reserved for a select few—true teams embrace diversity of thought to find winning ideas.
These lessons aren’t exclusive to the Navy SEALs; they are used by successful entrepreneurs, nonprofit leaders, coaches, and sport captains—and now you can master them too. Unstoppable Teams is the handbook for how to build care-based teams that will push people to achieve more than they ever thought possible.
An expert on ethical leadership analyzes the complicated history of business people who tried to marry the pursuit of profits with virtuous organizational practices—from British industrialist Robert Owen to American retailer John Cash Penney and jeans maker Levi Strauss to such modern-day entrepreneurs Anita Roddick and Tom Chappell.
Today’s business leaders are increasingly pressured by citizens, consumers, and government officials to address urgent social and environmental issues. Although some corporate executives remain deaf to such calls, over the last two centuries, a handful of business leaders in America and Britain have attempted to create business organizations that were both profitable and socially responsible.
In The Enlightened Capitalists, James O’Toole tells the largely forgotten stories of men and women who adopted forward-thinking business practices designed to serve the needs of their employees, customers, communities, and the natural environment. They wanted to prove that executives didn’t have to make trade-offs between profit and virtue.
Combining a wealth of research and vivid storytelling, O’Toole brings life to historical figures like William Lever, the inventor of bar soap who created the most profitable company in Britain and used his money to greatly improve the lives of his workers and their families. Eventually, he lost control of the company to creditors who promptly terminated the enlightened practices he had initiated—the fate of many idealistic capitalists.
As a new generation attempts to address social problems through enlightened organizational leadership, O’Toole explores a major question being posed today in Britain and America: Are virtuous corporate practices compatible with shareholder capitalism?