Both a revelation and a guide, Rich Is a Religion offers you a dramatically different view of how wealth is created and preserved by that enviable breed of people - famous and obscure - who truly have it. These individuals have a different way of seeing the world, in which their philosophy, principles, and belief system allows them to leverage opportunities that many others tend to miss. Stevens illuminates this previously untold approach and reveals why it works. Along the way, he provides insights into the dynamics of getting and staying rich and how this process can make all the difference between doing well financially and creating true wealth.
The author also examines how the wealthy use money as an instrument of independence, confidence, stability, and enduring value as opposed to simply the temporal rewards of luxury. Filled with engaging anecdotes and advice from real millionaires, Rich Is a Religion provides you with a powerful new way of thinking and living. Its accessible style will help you change your mindset and thought process as you prepare to become and remain wealthy - and live a rich and independent life.
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Waste of time & money
This book contains a bunch of stories about how some famously rich people live like cheapskates.
If you're looking for advice on how to become rich or challenging ideas of what being rich means, then save your money. Don't buy this audio.
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- D. cyr
Filled with golden nuggets more than just a book a beautiful life philosophy. I spent 7 years as a financial planner and have been an entrepreneur for 14 years and only wish I had heard this sooner.
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Make the most of your life and your money. This is a road map to wealth with practical advice for acquiring and maintaining it. It is a must listen for anyone who wants to find the road to riches and a powerful new way of thinking and living...and who doesn't!
Rich is a Religion
Used quite a number of individual stories to get a dozen lifestyle ideals across. I've relistened
to it a few times.