No B.S. Wealth Attraction for Entrepreneurs
Read this book and in just a few months make more money than you have in years. Sound
unbelievable? That’s Dan Kennedy’s specialty. Dan "Millionaire Maker" Kennedy has helped
many thousands of entrepreneurs create "the wealth surge experience." By making a few
calculated changes, you’ll attract more opportunity and money than you ever dreamed possible.
That’s right—attract—not create, not develop, not identify, but become an opportunity magnet.
These eleven breakthrough strategies turn your business into a springboard to unimaginable
riches. Eliminate ingrained "wealth-blocking" thinking with hard-nosed, practical tactics
for organizing, marketing and managing a business for maximum profit. The powerful tips in
this book (and in the Wealth Attraction seminar—worth $2000—on the CD) will change your life
and put you on the fast track to magnetically attract much greater wealth.
I often say if poor people knew how shockingly ordinary millionares were, there'd be
a lot more millionaires. One of the biggest erroneous ideas in the way of poor people
getting rich is that rich are somehow smarter or possess some "magic gene" that
separates them from the masses in terms of aptitude or capability. Nothing could be
further from the truth. I work very closely, dya in, day out, with over 100 millionaire
and multimillionaire entrepreneurs, and I assure you, they aren't that much smarter
than the clerk at the corner convenience store.
I have clients personally earning millions of dollars a year who forget to put on their
shoes when they leave the house, have walked through the screen door on the front of my house,
are woefully dysfunctional managers, are incredibly disorganized, are slow readers, can't do
math, etc. In fact, one who has built a national chain of tax preparation offices serving
hundreds of thousands of clients, can't add two numbers together without a calculator and
couldn't decipher a financial statement if you put a gun against his head.
The richest real estate invester I work with was a car mechanic, another a prison guard.
And frankly, in terms of total, overall work ethic, these folks don't shine either. But there
is one thing they all do, that the vast majority of the population doesn't - these people take action.
Reviewer Ruth Furman from Las Vegas says; "This book was recommended to me by a colleague.
We are both in the marketing field and were having a frank conversation about how we
struture relationships with clients. I read it during a car trip to California last
weekend (don't worry - my husband was driving!). I giggled nervously several times at
the unabashed "no b.s." honesty and confidence behind Dan Kennedy's advice. I personally
have been guilty of many of the mistakes Dan speaks of, such as not placing a high enough
value on my services. I heard myself repeating favorite phrases from the book to myself
that apply to me. I've already told some fellow entrepreneurs about the book, and I just
ordered Dan's time management book for myself.
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