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Publisher's Summary

The perennial New York Times best-selling author here helps listeners discover how to put money in its place and use wealth-building as a tool for joy and fulfillment.

Hill Harper is uniquely poised to guide listeners through tough times and offers best-selling advice for reaping the rewards of a truly happy life. With The Wealth Cure, he does more than that: He presents a revolutionary new definition of wealth, motivating listeners to not only build financial security but to also achieve wealth in every aspect of their lives.

Using his own journey as a parable, Harper inspires listeners to evaluate their values while explaining the importance of laying a sound financial foundation and recognizing how to increase the value of personal interactions.

Drawing on his own recollections and true stories from family and friends, Harper helps listeners to see money not as a goal but as a tool that provides freedom for following their passions. The keys include investing in yourself, tapping the resources you need, and taking responsibility for how those resources are used.

Far from a get-rich-quick primer, The Wealth Cure brims with inspired wisdom for building a lasting bounty from the experiences, loved ones, and achievements that really matter.

©2011 Hill Harper (P)2011 Penguin Audio

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It isn't all about money

liked this book a great deal. as much as it is about money the author focuses on the source of the issue, which usually can't be described in dollars and cents.

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Well-spoken narration was not enough.

Another "self-help" book about someone that helped himself... although apparently the help was never needed. I found someone wealthy speaking about "curing wealth" to be less-than poignant.

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GREAT

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Wealth Cure?

The sermon about the SLAVE CARD ! <br/><br/>the borrower is servant to the lender

Which character – as performed by Cary Hite – was your favorite?

n/a

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

made me think

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Great book on how to 'think about' your money

Would you listen to The Wealth Cure again? Why?

Yes, personally I do think much along the lines of Hill Harper when it comes to money. There are so many people.marketers trying to convince you otherwise. This helps bring me back to my beliefs and keeps me financially on track.

What did you like best about this story?

I enjoyed the personal examples he used.

Have you listened to any of Cary Hite???s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No

What???s an idea from the book that you will remember?

Really think about why you are spending money. Make sure it fits within you financial scope.

Any additional comments?

I would recommend this to everyone. I think if we all thought this way about money the country would not be in the economic mess its in right now.