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Richer than a millionaire : a pathway to true prosperity

Author: William D Danko; Richard J Van Ness
Publisher: [United States] : [publisher not identified], Middletown, DE, [2017] 08 December 2017. ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Richer than a millionaire, is a fun read and a nice update/companion to the book The millionaire next door. The new volume is a rich meditation on - and lively discussion of - the ingredients for achieving prosperity and true contentment. The book is filled with practical wisdom and fascinating insights from two renowned experts. The authors hope to inspire and to point all people (but especially young adults and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William D Danko; Richard J Van Ness
ISBN: 9780692912713 0692912711
OCLC Number: 1015312510
Description: xx, 160 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Who wants to be a millionaire? --
How much is enough? --
Money in and money out --
The way to wealth --
Happiness --
Things you can do to reach true prosperity --
Building a dynasty --
Final thoughts.
Responsibility: William D. Danko and Richard J. Van Ness.

Abstract:

Richer than a millionaire, is a fun read and a nice update/companion to the book The millionaire next door. The new volume is a rich meditation on - and lively discussion of - the ingredients for achieving prosperity and true contentment. The book is filled with practical wisdom and fascinating insights from two renowned experts. The authors hope to inspire and to point all people (but especially young adults and concerned parents and grandparents who want sound advice for the next generation) in what we believe is the right direction. This direction has been reinforced by over forty years of academic and consulting research on what it really means to be rich. We show that it is possible to be modestly wealthy and happy. In order to reach true prosperity- health, happiness, and wealth, in all likelihood behavior modification will be required. And change is hard. Benjamin Franklin understood this, as he concluded in The Way to Wealth essay 250 years ago: the people heard the advice, agreed with it, and then practiced the contrary.

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