Road to Millionaireville

Author: Summer Ariel

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595351268

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 139

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In your personal journey to become a millionaire, your age and income are irrelevant, and the only obstacle between where you are now and where you could be is you. Let two lawyers who retired as millionaires in their thirties be your designated drivers and tour guides on the Road to Millionaireville. Journey to wealth and happiness by discovering unique financial wisdom and profound advice, which will change your view of finances and put you in the driver's seat. Road to Millionaireville--written by married lawyers who started with debt and zero assets and retired as millionaires after eleven years--will help you to: Identify self-destructive, "road-kill" spending habits Take charge of your life and discover your true financial goals...regardless of what "speed limit" signs (advisors, relatives, friends) may say Place financial myths in their proper "lanes" Evaluate living expenses that sabotage financial success, including home ownership, fashion, romance, cars, and entertainment Navigate financial "Yield," "Dangerous Curves Ahead," and "Speed Bump" signs Develop a spending and savings plan by learning what you want, so that "Speed Strictly Enforced" does not mean living frugally Keep your "gas tank" full by following a common-sense financial strategy Strap on your seatbelt for the ride of your life. Final destination...Millionaireville!

Author: Stewart Edward White

Publisher: DigiCat

ISBN: EAN:8596547317715

Category: Fiction

Page: 302

View: 893

'Gold' is an adventure tale about the prospectors for the highly-prized metal during the California Gold rush. Frank Munroe is an assistant bookkeeper in New York when he meets, or rather gets into a fight with the daring character Talbot Ward. Talbot convinces him to go with him to California. And it will be a journey fraught with danger and adventure and with prospects of no little profit.
In Pursuit of Privilege

Author: Clifton Hood

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231542951

Category: History

Page: 512

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A history that extends from the 1750s to the present, In Pursuit of Privilege recounts upper-class New Yorkers' struggle to create a distinct world guarded against outsiders, even as economic growth and democratic opportunity enabled aspirants to gain entrance. Despite their efforts, New York City's upper class has been drawn into the larger story of the city both through class conflict and through their role in building New York's cultural and economic foundations. In Pursuit of Privilege describes the famous and infamous characters and events at the center of this extraordinary history, from the elite families and wealthy tycoons of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to the Wall Street executives of today. From the start, upper-class New Yorkers have been open and aggressive in their behavior, keen on attaining prestige, power, and wealth. Clifton Hood sharpens this characterization by merging a history of the New York economy in the eighteenth century with the story of Wall Street's emergence as an international financial center in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, as well as the dominance of New York's financial and service sectors in the 1980s. Bringing together several decades of upheaval and change, he shows that New York's upper class did not rise exclusively from the Gilded Age but rather from a relentless pursuit of privilege, affecting not just the urban elite but the city's entire cultural, economic, and political fabric.
In an Unknown Prison Land

Author: George Chetwynd Griffith

Publisher: DigiCat

ISBN: EAN:8596547059745

Category: Fiction

Page: 172

View: 378

This book details the life of convicts and colonists being sent to and living in New Caledonia in Australia. In an Unknown Prison Land reads like a fictional story crossed with a non-fiction account of life as a prisoner. Follow the author on various expeditions to prison islands and lands. Learn about how convicts were treated, the standard daily routine and what life was really like. Complete with photographs and illustrations.