Her advice is solid for people in debt or people slowly building a net worth. Thanks, Ramit. I wish, however, that Orman would explain this more often and in detail. I've heard many of the reports of her 'hypocrisy,' take them with a grain of salt, but don't have any info to the contrary. Since she's so much about money transparency, she should come out and say, 'Here's why I preach one thing and do another…. She explained it in an interview years ago. But after that, what's the point? It's also not skeptics who doubt that she's saying one thing and doing another.
It's people who need financial help. And she serves them well. You can certainly criticize her or any financial expert for parts of their philosophy, but the "hypocrisy" critics of her on this point are, shall we say, "misled. Shipler Pulitzer prize winning author. Any opinions on his financial philosophy?
The idea is to invest some money in an annuity every year so you have different streams of income after you retire. Any suggestions? The Craving and the Cross is a bold political thriller. The villain is a callous CEO who has achieved incredible financial success. He is a visionary and resourceful businessman who lives without limits. He is now approaching age fifty and has become consumed with finding the key to immortality. He lives an enviable life, full of power, passion and intrigue.
He has everything so many of us desire but he feels unfulfilled. He is bizarre and amoral. Joe is a homeless man, who loves virtue and believes that God speaks to him. As the result of a selfless and brave act, Joe becomes a media sensation. Others say he is a schizophrenic and a heretic. The course of events that lead to their inevitable meeting involve caves in Brazil, hustlers in the South Bronx, Park Avenue psychotics and ancient wise-men.
The Craving and the Cross is an action laden, imaginative and unexpected exploration of our cultural norms and expectations. The readers will find familiar, universal truths while expanding the limits of their imagination. The Supreme Court rules that they are unnaturally born and have no rights. Corporations exploit their labor. Religious conservatives will not let them into churches. The media uses them for ratings. They have no allies, so they form a resistance group.
They are immediately labeled terrorists. Do you know a good book for who wants to start their own business? Having lived in Kentucky for almost 10 years, I'd heard a lot of buzz about Hillbilly Elegy and read it eagerly. Mid-way through I was ready to throw it across the room, especially when Vance discounts racism for any role it may have played in backlash to Obama. It's political propaganda disguised as a "thought-provoking" memoir. If I like the first few pages I can buy it later.
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But for many non fiction books, the main idea is covered sufficiently in the beginning for me to get the gist of it. Great insights on creating value and using that value to market. On my second read and having my creative and marketing team read it as well. Pretty much everything he writes is great.
Perennial Seller is particularly good and counter-intuitive for creative types he really delves into the reality of being a creative professional. I'm sure Ramit has read or is at least aware. Ditto, here's to you Ramit, and J Washburn! Both of you having great lists. Good list but you missed one: "How Brands Grow. There is a small group of marketers who drink from the cup of this book and we're trying to dispel many of the myths of marketing that are so prevalent.
Outstanding book. Thanks for mentioning it here! If you know other people who read from this book — or better yet, if you have a group of them together in some group — please invite me! I have already read a few of these suggested books including yours Ramit and learned a lot from them. I would like to suggest M. Demarco's, "The Millionaire Fastlane" and "Unscripted". His books have really given my work more direction. My highest recommendation is "Alchemist".
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Hands down the best fiction book ever. Go for it Ramit. I highly recommend them to every person who asks me about what to read if they want to improve their situation. I don't recommend any books to people unless they ask because I found that nobody listens. Thank you for your recommendations. I ordered 4 of the ones I didn't already have and saved some for later.
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The book that had the biggest impact on my life was 4-Hour Workweek and not because of the tactics and advice, but primarily as an eye opener proving that YES, there is another way to live life, other than in a job you just do for the money. No other book comes close in terms of overall impact, because I wouldn't be where I am in life today without Tim's book.
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Books are a great way to create your own echo chamber if you don't have a way to surround yourself with ambitious people. Martin, thats awesome. So many people who I recommend this to just look at it as a guide to get rich quick and not working when its goal is exactly what you said: to shake up your perspective on the and show other ways to do things. I second what Edward said — really like your last paragraph that books are a great way to create your own echo chamber. I do that by reading memoirs and biographies of people from many different walks of life that sound interesting one way or another.
Becoming Ms. Burton — Susan Burton about a lady from LA whose 5 year old son was killed in an accident. She was poor and self medicated with drugs, did jail time on and off for a while, got out and got a second chance after hearing about and completing a treatment program. Now helps many other women getting out of prison with readjusting, getting their kids back, jobs, etc. Hey, Ramit! Some great titles here that I already have and will read or have already read.
Some books I think you might like:. An excellent story into strategy, focus, psychology, and understanding people around you. Classic read on knowing what you want, eliminating the miscellaneous things in your life that don't get you to where you want to go, and surrounding yourself with people who will challenge you to help you achieve your goals. Your former "Brain Trust" was very similar to a concept from Hill.
- Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki;
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- Robert & Therese Guillard: Choices.
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Far and away the best fitness book I've read. Presents the simplest way I've found to achieve exercise and weight loss goals. Lost and kept off 25 pounds on his program! Great book on parenting. I'm a father of 4 and found it to be an excellent resource I go back to often. Currently reading this about setting strategy and driving that strategy forward in an organization.
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