Although older than the United States itself, The Way to Wealth is still very popular. It is handed out by major companies and financial institutions to friends, clients, and customers, and was the January 2004 selection of The Washington Post's Color of Money Book Club.
As Michelle Singletary, director of the club, wrote in a column about the book, "At just 30 pages, this pocket¿size book takes less than an hour to read but will give you a lifetime of financial wisdom - that is, if you're wise enough to follow the advice".
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I'm a retired mental health professional now I make jewelry while listening to audio books. I live in the NW corner of the contenent.
Sort of weird. This is a version of Poor Richard. I had not realize it. It was not what I thought it was. A little out dated.
Not so much
A simple bit of a story, told in plain Olde English, stuffed with good old fashioned common sense! Bears repeating and sharing, especially with the youngsters in your life! Hail Poor Richard!
No. It's essentially just listening to affirmations and for me, that can be painful as I then struggle with just focusing on one that touched me at that moment.
The information, when you distill it down is really good. The way the narration is presented is bothersome. Very choppy and robotic, in my opinion.
As I said, very robotic and choppy.
No extreme reactions one way or the other. Just disappointed in the presentation.
As my headline says, just read the book. It's short enough and broken down into manageable bites so that it's easy to ready and make part of your life.
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