The Secrets of Overnight Success
Instant Millionaires : Max Gunther : Vision Books : Book (ISBN: 8170948495)
Price: Rs. 295
ISBN13/10: 9788170948490 / 8170948495
Published in 2013
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wanted instant wealth — and they got it!
In this book you will meet three dozen impatient people. People who weren’t satisfied with the slow, plodding, money-saving route to financial security, the safe route that most of us feel stuck with. They wanted instant wealth — and they got it.
The instant millionaires featured in this book are a richly varied lot. Bestselling author of the fabled money bestseller
The Zurich Axioms Max Gunther opens with a few dazzling millionaire legends, such as the man who invented Monopoly. You'll then meet fascinating characters such as: Harvey Shuster, who beat the stock market; Howard Brown, who decided to be rich and became a multi-millionaire within three years; and a group of men who made fast fortunes on fads such as the Hula Hoop and the
5 Qualities of Instant Millionaires
the readiness to reach out and grab a good chance when it drifts into view
the pluck to do what others around are too timid to do
a common factor among all instant success stories
the ability to sense what people will want to buy.
These terrific true stories illustrate that the dream of quick money isn't such a ridiculous dream at all. They also highlight that there are many routes to instant millions, methods you too can use, apply and profit from. So, come, read these tales — and maybe
you'll find your inspiration to instant millions!
I loved the concept of "Instant Millionaires". I believe the author, Mr. Max Gunther, is a fantastic person and has done great pain in researching, meeting, interacting, compiling and writing the book. His introductions and conclusions are also very useful. It's an excellent book for entrepreneurs, dreamers, inventors, achievers and all persons who want to do something meaningful in their lives. — Mehrab Irani, author of 10 Commandments for Financial Freedom
(1926-1998), born in England, went to the United States when he was 11 years
old, attended schools in New Jersey and received his BA from Princeton
University in 1949. He served in the US Army in 1950 and 1951 and was a staff
member of Business Week from 1951 to 1955. Mr Gunther then served as a
contributing editor of Time for two years. From 1956 he published
articles in several magazines, including Playboy. Among his other books
Zurich Axioms, The Luck Factor, Instant Millionaires, Wall Street & Witchcraft
How to Get Lucky.
Gunther lived in Ridgefield, Connecticut, where his wife was a real-estate
broker. They had three children. The author said that his diversions included
surfing and skating, carving chess sets and playing chess, and painting.
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