Have money. Be free. Live! For many, this feels like an eternal dream. In their funny self-help book, Paul and Alan describe what is at the core most important in both a business and personal sense. What is left, when you distil the information in all the famous financial self-help books that promise you so much, is only poor advice. What are the differences between those with a little money and those with a lot? Are there any at all? Even if you’re not interested in riches, this book puts the gap between the poor and the rich into perspective in a very entertaining way. Together with the reader they go on an educational field trip towards prosperity. They provide new perspectives and insights, especially for beginners. They give simple step-by-step instructions on how to develop ideas and found a first company. Furthermore, they focus on the cornerstones of success and wealth in general, highlight character development, morals, work ethics, and time management, and draw a useful and surprising conclusion. By clarifying false beliefs about making money, they encourage readers to overcome the naivety of thinking that success comes overnight. The truth in their arguments just makes you love these guys. From a brief history of money and an outline of beginning a start-up, to personality development and the thinking of millionaires, this book provides a comprehensive insight into the world of the well-off. The book relies on facts and current studies. The guide introduces ideas to those who don’t yet have their own business idea. It takes a straight approach to realizing these ideas and developing them into a complete business plan. The reader is encouraged to adapt these concepts as he or she likes. No copyrights. Even if you have no idea at all, this book can help you get started as an entrepreneur. Paul and Alan show in an entertaining way what works for those who want to become wealthy.
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