Exit the Poorhouse by Tony Chou
Conquer the Forces of Poorness and Become RICH

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Do you have a burning desire to be rich enough to never work another day of your life? But have you given up this dream because you figure "I'm not a genius, a natural athlete, nor a lucky bastard"? In the midst of this economic recession, I've got some good news. You don't have to accept financial mediocrity. You can be rich and young without being a genius, a natural athlete, or a lucky bastard. The road to wealth isn't easy, but with a proper Battle Plan and a properly conducted Operation Give Poorness the Boot, you can successfully win the War on Poorness. In this book, I'll show you just that. Having made my first $100,000 in high school and then a multimillionaire in my early 20s, I'd like give you a step-by-step guide as to how to be rich and young. And if you're not young, then how to get rich fast will do just as well. - Enslaving yourself to that boss you can't stand isn't going to cut it. - 7% returns from the stock market is a nice way of saying you'll be poor until you're 65. - No one ever saved their way to $1 billion. - The "90% of entrepreneurs fail in 5 years" is a myth. 99% of those who subscribe to the Nuclear Option are billionaires within 10 years. Want to know what the Nuclear Option looks like? - Why you need to go "Nuclear" and jump start the war on poorness. - How to build a start-up capital fast. - You don't need to be an entrepreneur to be rich. - Create a SYSTEM that automatically "prints" money like Henry Ford's assembly line. - The beauty of standardization. And much, much more. DO NOT succumb to financial mediocrity - choose the proper battle plan for the War on Poorness and inject your wealth with growth steroids.

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Published March 31, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 164 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction

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