Secrets of Prosperity: Abundance in the 21st Century
Audio Cassette. This Author: Hans DeJong. This Narrator: Hans DeJong. This Publisher: Macmillan Audio.
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Tanya Reply December 3, The author selected fifty important prosperity books and summarized them in just a few pages. For each book, he also provided a one-sentence capsule summary. I think these one-sentence summaries are clever, so I contacted Butler-Bowdon for permission to reprint them, which he kindly granted. I've reproduced them below, grouping them into the book's four broad categories.
For additional information, I've linked to the Amazon page for each though I encourage you to borrow the volumes that interest you from the public library. Please note that I am not endorsing these books.
- The Carnivore Diet.
- The Dark Victorian: Bones;
- serve others, make great money, transform the world.
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- Focus Your Life and Achieve Financial Prosperity;
I'm merely sharing the summaries with you for edification and entertainment. These are books about mastering the inner game of wealth and abundance.
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Let me be blunt: Most of these are worthless to me. I know they're valuable to some people, and Butler-Bowdon does a fine job of sharing the important bits, but I think they're mostly hokum. They're filled with passages like this:. Once the work is done on the mental plane, you can be assured your pictured good will manifest on the outer plane just as soon as the time, people, and events have arranged themselves accordingly.
I recognize that some people draw value from this sort of thing. I am not one of them. It's because of the presence of so many books like this in 50 Prosperity Classics that I don't value it as highly as 50 Success Classics. The books in this section contain the secrets of wealth creators.
These are people who think big, take risks, and are willing to fail publicly. I like the top principle Butler-Bowdon extracted from these books:.
The foundation of a prosperous life combining material wealth, health, and mental wellbeing is personal character, formed from self-control and cultivation of virtue. Many of these titles are biographies. Others focus on wealth at an economic level instead of a personal level. Some are true classics.
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These titles offer strategies for personal finance and investing. They're the sorts of books I typically review here at Get Rich Slowly. They offer advice like:. The final set of books in 50 Prosperity Classics are about the flow of wealth and giving something back. I admit that this is a part of personal finance I haven't explored as much as I should. I mentioned recently that I'm finally ready to do volunteer work for the first time in my life.