ZEN MILLIONAIRE The Magic Formula for "Getting Rich in Spirit and in Fact" This book is about you .. About getting rich in fact and in spirit, without selling your soul to the devil, CNBC, Wall Street. It's about living by spiritual principles in a competitive world. About realizing the American Dream with integrity. Sixty years ago home ownership was the American Dream. Today we have a new American Dream-becoming a millionaire. Look at the statistics: We already have eight million American millionaires among ninety-five million investors. Another thirty million are working on that goal. That's a lot of 'millionaires-in-training' searching for the right path to this New American Dream. Can you get rich in fact ... and in spirit? How do you become a millionaire? Actually, the rules of the game are very simple. And yet, only one in three Americans are on the path. For many, the intangible costs are too high. Millions of Americans, however, face these conflicts head-on, balancing the demands of the commercial world with their spiritual convictions. How do you get rich in fact and in spirit? How can you become a millionaire without compromising your integrity? Without surrendering ethical, moral and spiritual principles? Without selling your soul to the devil? The magical paradox of living successfully, as a spiritual being in a material world Over the past decade I've written about this new Zen Millionaire in a couple hundred of my columns on MarketWatch.com for CBS, DowJones and other online channels, and in nine books-and every time readers tell me they do know exactly what I'm talking about: The conflicts, struggles and daily choices they must make in a high-stressed, competitive world where values and principles often take a back seat to making a buck. This book is about how they do it-how these Zen Millionaires get rich in fact while growing rich in spirit. Discover the Secret Path of the new Zen Millionaires and get rich in fact and in spirit .. wit
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Published January 8, 2007
Literature & Fiction, Business & Economics.