A frequent guest on national TV and radio shows, David Chilton is widely praised for his ability to combine humor and common sense to show people the simplicity of sound financial planning. This updated edition of one of the biggest-selling financial-planning books will help you straighten out the complex twists and turns of personal finance on the road to monetary independence. Chilton shows you how to get rich slowly and steadily - even if your salary is average!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, I am recommending it to my nieces and nephews. Every person should read this book and the sooner you do, the better.
What did you like best about this story?
The context in which the story was written. It enables the writer to educate the listener/reader in a very simple and easy way that anyone can understand. It takes away the fear that most people have about investing, finances and ... math. So many people fear math and I suspect the same about investing.
What does L. J. Ganser bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
It wouldn't get read because I read all day and listen to this book when doing things where I can't read, like driving.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Well, I don't know if I was moved but I had an "aha" moment when the most basic things were said that I already knew, like the easiest way to make big money is usually in real estate.
Garnet Schulhauser, a retired corporate lawyer, had an experience that changed his life. His Spirit Guide appeared in the disguise of a homeless man, and revealed answers to "the big questions". This book describes that experience and reveals universal wisdom that will both delight and amaze New Thought readers.The spirit guide revealed information that is antithetical to everything that Christian holy men have preached for thousands of years and provides refreshing new insights into the journey of the soul.
What did you love best about Dancing on a Stamp?
I found this man's recount of his discussions with his spirit guide, shown to him in the form of a homeless man fascinating. The only chapters I didn't like is the bible's archaic view of sex. I get it already! Let's move on. Otherwise, a great book that I would recommend.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Dancing on a Stamp?
Law of attraction - how it is far too simplistic to explain how things work in this world. Finally, affirmation of what I thought all along.
What about L. J. Summers’s performance did you like?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
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I was looking to read about a psychic's experiences, something different and what I got was more. It's a story about a loner, a gi
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