How many roads to wealth did you think there were? Ken Fisher, an American money manager and Forbes magazine columnist, thinks there are 10. He should know: he’s currently worth nearly two billion dollars. Why would such a wealthy man write such a book aimed at the non-wealthy? Because more wealthy people, he says in his self-narrated introduction, means a better world.
Performed by J. S. Gilbert (after the introduction) in the studious voice of a data-driven C.E.O., The Ten Roads to Riches make use of examples from Jay-Z to Rupert Murdoch and seeks to give you a blueprint for building extraordinary wealth of your own. The first step, it’s safe to say, is forfeiting a little cash to buy this audiobook.
The Ten Roads to Riches teaches you how to build wealth by following the same successful paths others have used. Renowned investment expert and self-made billionaire Ken Fisher tells you how to increase your chances of success. Throughout this work, you'll:
The Ten Roads to Riches can show you how to gain and, more importantly, maintain the wealth you want.
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If you're looking for "get rich quick" advice, this book is NOT it. It is, however, an in depth look at the various paths of how the rich got there, all of them involving various degrees of time, effort and determination.
I was happily surprised about the author's wicked sense of humor, he doesn't leave things unsaid and his, at times brutal, honesty is very refreshing to me. Well read, too, a great listen overall!!
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