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B-Book 44: Do the Work by Steven Pressfield
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How Can I Invest And Be Fabulously Rich?

Submitted by on September 8, 2011 – 3:57 pm No Comment

My experience tells me that people who want to be rich are the first ones who get taken advantage of in investment scams.  And the same thing happens in debt relief scams.  The thieves are just waiting with promises of fast results. Those promises are exactly what these folks want to hear so they only to happily fork over their hard-earned cash. In most every case, these exchanges end up costing these people everything.

So my best advice to you if you’re interested in investing like rich people is to focus on building wealth and do it one day at a time.

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Source: Wealth Pilgrim

My Comments:
Neal is one of my must reads each week.  He is a financial advisor that knows his Sh@#.  This is a really great article that speaks to the seeking of wealth.  It is a must read if you care about growing wealth…not just being rich.  Yes, there is a difference…!

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