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Benjamin Franklin's The Way to Wealth : 52 Brilliant Ideas Interpretation on Benjamin's Franklin's Collection of Maxims About Money and How to Make It.

Author: Steve Shipside
Publisher: Oxford : Infinite Ideas Ltd., 2008.
Series: Infinite Success.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Since the first publication of The Way to Wealth in the 1750's, millions of aspiring entrepreneurs have used Benjamin Franklin's advice to create and maintain profitable businesses. Many of its maxims and proverbs have become part of the fabric of western society: "Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise ... Nothing but money is sweeter than honey ... If you would have your business  Read more...
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Shipside, Steve
Benjamin Franklin's The Way to Wealth : 52 Brilliant Ideas Interpretation on Benjamin's Franklin's Collection of Maxims About Money and How to Make It.
Oxford : Infinite Ideas Ltd, c2008
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Shipside
ISBN: 9781907518553 190751855X
OCLC Number: 723943430
Description: 1 online resource (118 p.)
Contents: Front cover; Front page; Copyright; Table of contents; Introduction; 1. Use it or lose it; 2. Be the driver, not the drone; 3. Play the time zone game; 4. No pain, no gain; 5. So are you feeling lucky?; 6. Slugs, speedsters and dead sharks; 7. Debt and despair; 8. To thine own self be true; 9. Conduct your own annual review; 10. Don't micromanage; 11. The devil is in the detail; 12. Keeping retail real; 13. If you have to shop, shop smart; 14. Death and taxes?; 15. Many a mickle; 16. Down, but not out; 17. World wide timewaster; 18. Invest in your number one asset: you. 19. Eating the elephant20. Do be do be do ... ; 21. Be physically fit enough to earn a fortune; 22. Quality time; 23. Tackle those time thieves; 24. Making the most of your working week; 25. It's not a good time; 26. You snooze ... You win!; 27. The art of the tart; rate tart quick start; 28. D-day; 29. Know the score; 30. Saving the day; 31. Not saving but drowning; 32. Don't get bogged down in the bad times; 33. Get help; 34. DIY; 35. Building your own brand; 36. The kind of credit that doesn't come with APRS; 37. Don't sell yourself short --
get that rise; 38. Work smarter, not harder. 39. Beware of bargains40. Look beyond the purchase price; 41. Customer retention; 42. Don't get too cocky; 43. Prepare for the worst; 44. Make friends with a mentor; 45. Go for it; 46. Managing others; 47. Think ahead; 48. Don't fall behind your business; 49. Be ready to listen; 50. Be careful out there; 51. Don't stop because you make it; 52. Be realistic; Index.
Series Title: Infinite Success.

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Since the first publication of The Way to Wealth in the 1750's, millions of aspiring entrepreneurs have used Benjamin Franklin's advice to create and maintain profitable businesses. Many of its maxims and proverbs have become part of the fabric of western society: "Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise ... Nothing but money is sweeter than honey ... If you would have your business done, go; if not, send ... Creditors have better memories than debtors." Franklin died a hugely wealthy man and he is still listed in the Wealthy 100: The 100 Wealthiest Americans in His.

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