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How to Get Rich

How to Get Rich

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If you cannot bear the thought of causing worry to your family, spouse or lover while you plow a lonely, dangerous road rather than taking the safe option of a regular job, you will never get rich. Page 105 is also pretty daft when the author suggests that replacing Pete Best with Ringo Starr in The Beatles, all those years ago, was almost unnecessary.

I don't have much interest in "How to get rich" books, in part because they are so often written by people who a. Conventional wisdom daunts initiative and offers far too many convenient reasons for inaction, especially for those with a great deal to lose. Despite what the author himself says, you don't need to read this book if your only goal from doing so is actually to get rich.

Canny, infuriating, cynical and generous by turns, How to Get Rich is an invaluable guide to 'the surprisingly simple art of collecting money which already has your name on it'. He focuses on the psychological toll the getting of wealth can take on one, and provides great practical advice for those that are interested in the journey to getting wealth. The contrast between its content and typical self-help books stood out - you have to be self-centered; only when one is wealthy, comes the ability to provide. It is for this reason that so many people have become rich despite never having had a single great idea in their lives. Both How to get Rich and The Narrow Road are aimed to inform the audience of both economic and psychological consequences of pursuing wealth, but differ in the amount of focus they place on the negative factors of elitism.

And rich people often end up with spoiled kids who may be well-cultured, but who lack ambition or a taste of education. More usefully still, it will make it crystal clear, if you don't have a certain drive and ability to handle fear, that you really should not bother. This is a book about entrepreneurship, as told by someone who has been wildly successful in that arena. Especially as not surrendering equity is the key piece of advice in the whole book and the author gives example after example of why - all of which are hard to argue with.Fortunately for you, you do not have anything to lose and can afford to ignore the "jobsworths" and Jeremiahs who have lived upon the mountain for so long that they have come to worship it. Unfortunately, as many books promise ''something'' Felix is swift at saying what the reader wants to read, but not delivering it. Felix points out that quite simply most "get rich quick" books are written by people who are not rich themselves!

It is doubt multiplied by the fear of failure, unconfronted, which leads to the creation of a vicious cycle where self-belief is eroded and nothing is achieved. You can skip the poetry if that is not your thing (it certainly is Dennis' thing in self-indulgent mode but, hey, when you are worth the millions he is, who does he have to please? Over the last 20th some years of reading many books, manly autobiographies, better still biographies, and also various forms of psychology etc, every so often I come across a gem of a book. In fact, he gives his example how he got rich through magazines industry which he was/is in but did not give any tip to HOW TO GET RICH but he definitely gives tips on HOW TO REMAIN RICH. No point in waiting until some day to enjoy life when I am super rich you Felix you have already pointed out how unlikely my chances are, So I might as well get and enjoy it anyway as a combatable poor !

Unfortunately, if you don't get the irony in the title, nor the poking fun at the absurdity of the quest in these pages, then you might just make it. If you are a very poor negotiator, send a delegate with all possible information about how you would respond in certain scenarios. The kids and the house and the mortgage and your retired parents and the love you your life (whether a man or a woman) and all your current responsibilities - they are not the real problem.

As far as serious advice goes about business and working life, there is some good common sense and reflection buried in these pages. And knowledge is power, at whatever age, whether earned by blood and tears or imbibed at a mother's breast. You can amass enough money to be comfortable if you earn a salary working for others, but you will not get rich this way. never indulge in fancy furniture, unless your particular business demands that you make such an impression on clients.You can learn skills, see how other people do business, and understand more about running an organization. But in a good year he puts 20-30 million pounds on the bottom line and earns a gross margin of over 20 percent.



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