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Do you want to be rich before the age of 40? This is the ultimate guide book for financial success, to live well and get rich by the age of 40. It shows that with perseverance and dedication to your goal and to a number of basic general rules it is possible to elevate your life to the right path and achieve abundance, even if the starting point was not at all easy… to soa Do you want to be rich before the age of 40? This is the ultimate guide book for financial success, to live well and get rich by the age of 40. It shows that with perseverance and dedication to your goal and to a number of basic general rules it is possible to elevate your life to the right path and achieve abundance, even if the starting point was not at all easy… to soar from the depths to the heights. The wildly successful author of this book will show you the way! Paz’s philosophy of life and its clear correlation to business is reflected in chapter headings such as: “Insurance and Securities – Critical Tools for Becoming Wealthy,” “Success in the Image of Haters and the Envious,” “Accepting Death as a Part of Life,” “Other People and Why Only They Can Make You Rich,” “Essential Tools for Building a Personal Image of Success,” “Making a Living on the Path to Wealth,” “Social Skills, Networking, Connections, and Rubbing Shoulders with the Elite,” “The Cost of Unnecessary Emotions,” “Gambling, Careless Spending, and Stupidity,” “Law and Accounting – Friends or Foes on the Way to Wealth?” and “The 19 Commandments – Closure.” Scroll up now to get your copy of Rich Before 40 – The Ultimate Guide to Wealth!


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Do you want to be rich before the age of 40? This is the ultimate guide book for financial success, to live well and get rich by the age of 40. It shows that with perseverance and dedication to your goal and to a number of basic general rules it is possible to elevate your life to the right path and achieve abundance, even if the starting point was not at all easy… to soa Do you want to be rich before the age of 40? This is the ultimate guide book for financial success, to live well and get rich by the age of 40. It shows that with perseverance and dedication to your goal and to a number of basic general rules it is possible to elevate your life to the right path and achieve abundance, even if the starting point was not at all easy… to soar from the depths to the heights. The wildly successful author of this book will show you the way! Paz’s philosophy of life and its clear correlation to business is reflected in chapter headings such as: “Insurance and Securities – Critical Tools for Becoming Wealthy,” “Success in the Image of Haters and the Envious,” “Accepting Death as a Part of Life,” “Other People and Why Only They Can Make You Rich,” “Essential Tools for Building a Personal Image of Success,” “Making a Living on the Path to Wealth,” “Social Skills, Networking, Connections, and Rubbing Shoulders with the Elite,” “The Cost of Unnecessary Emotions,” “Gambling, Careless Spending, and Stupidity,” “Law and Accounting – Friends or Foes on the Way to Wealth?” and “The 19 Commandments – Closure.” Scroll up now to get your copy of Rich Before 40 – The Ultimate Guide to Wealth!

36 review for Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jaideep Khanduja

    http://pebbleinthestillwaters.com/boo... Book Review Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth #BookReview Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth by Paz Itzhaki Weinberger is no different from a lot of books in the same category. You might think that. But that is not the case. There are some key points that make it stand apart from the other similar books in the market. Obviously, getting rich is not that easy as writing a book on the topic. But then if there is a rich experience and prop http://pebbleinthestillwaters.com/boo... Book Review Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth #BookReview Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth by Paz Itzhaki Weinberger is no different from a lot of books in the same category. You might think that. But that is not the case. There are some key points that make it stand apart from the other similar books in the market. Obviously, getting rich is not that easy as writing a book on the topic. But then if there is a rich experience and proper guidance in the book, it may prove to be helpful in a substantial way. Without a doubt, anyone would agree to have a wish to become rich. And if that happens before 40, nothing like it. Definitely, it takes a lot of dedication, will, perseverance, and discipline to achieve any kind of success in life. The same is thus applicable to financial success .as the book Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth by Paz Itzhaki Weinberger suggests. But before that, there is something like setting your goals. To set right goals is one thing. To move in a right direction to achieve those goals is another thing. For former, you need to have proper knowledge. For latter, you need to have enough courage. In fact, there are some basic rules that you need to understand well and then follow them without fail. Where to start from, where to end, and what path to follow are some fundamental things before starting this journey. The goals, obviously, can't be lying somewhere at the infinity. Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth Is A Result of Real Experience. The book Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth by Paz Itzhaki Weinberger is a perfect combination of knowledge, practical learning, philosophy, and life mantras. It also talks about the wastages that we create in our life. Like unnecessary emotions that could cost heavily. Similarly, wrong habits like gambling, careless spending, and stupidity are good enough to create heavy debts that might become unrecoverable. Becoming rich, in fact, is a collaborative effort. It is a kind of a complete ecosystem in which everyone has to be a part of the benefit or profit. The personal image also plays a major role in this journey.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Píaras Cíonnaoíth

    Only he who dares and persists wins... While I appreciated the authors humility and his very straightforward style, this book is more suitable for people who actually have something to leverage in the first place. I agree with another reviewer who stated that if you are coming from absolutely nothing, this book will be of little or no use. I don’t agree with some of the author’s accretions when he states that it’s better to have an entrepreneurial mindset as opposed to having an education. This d Only he who dares and persists wins... While I appreciated the authors humility and his very straightforward style, this book is more suitable for people who actually have something to leverage in the first place. I agree with another reviewer who stated that if you are coming from absolutely nothing, this book will be of little or no use. I don’t agree with some of the author’s accretions when he states that it’s better to have an entrepreneurial mindset as opposed to having an education. This doesn’t apply (for the most part) when it comes to very poor people. For people living in poverty, the only true way to achieve anything is to attain a certain level of education first. Once you have that, then you can pursue your goal. It’s not absolute of course, but it certainly helps. There would be exceptions to the rule when you consider Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg. But they are the ‘lucky’ one per cent. Remember, 99% of us aren’t so lucky. Overall, this book has some great insights and genuinely sets out to help people to improve their financial situation, regardless of your age. The title is perhaps a bit miss leading, since anybody could improve their financial situation by reading this book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Majanka

    Book Review originally published here: http://www.iheartreading.net/reviews/... In “Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth“, as you might have guessed, the author describes how you can get rich before you’re 40 by following a simple, straightforward set of rules and being dedicated to your goals. Despite that, there’s no golden set of rules, not even the ones as described in this book. What works for one person might very well fail for another. Still, the mindset is one that’ll certainly hel Book Review originally published here: http://www.iheartreading.net/reviews/... In “Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth“, as you might have guessed, the author describes how you can get rich before you’re 40 by following a simple, straightforward set of rules and being dedicated to your goals. Despite that, there’s no golden set of rules, not even the ones as described in this book. What works for one person might very well fail for another. Still, the mindset is one that’ll certainly help people overcome challenges, and in that way, it’s definitely a good place to start. The book might not make your rich, but I’m quite certain if you follow the principles set out in the book, that you’ll certainly be able to improve your own financial situation.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Amin Rezaei

    before I start off with my review, I’d like to ask author, what does “RICH” mean to you? The reason that I’m asking this question is: I’ve met a lot of different people all around the world, and each person has his own definition of being rich. I’ve met with people who “being rich” for them means getting married or staying married to their spouse others definition of “being rich” was having successful and good children. I also know business owners and professionals with hundreds of thousands of Do before I start off with my review, I’d like to ask author, what does “RICH” mean to you? The reason that I’m asking this question is: I’ve met a lot of different people all around the world, and each person has his own definition of being rich. I’ve met with people who “being rich” for them means getting married or staying married to their spouse others definition of “being rich” was having successful and good children. I also know business owners and professionals with hundreds of thousands of Dollars who are trying to take their business to the next level, investing, hiring experts and professional advisors and much more because they don’t think their rich yet. In “Rich Before 40”, Author began with a sad story which truly touched my heart, from losing a mother who was young and expressing his concern of how he will be remembered after his death by his friends and family. Paz in the first chapter of his first book (began writing in June 2008) explained how you can lose $35,000 just by spending $10, and asked you to avoid it. in Insurance chapter also he mentions the importance of insurance in our life and how critical this is, and suggests you to have a best “Insurance” to cover you in all aspects to avoid losing money or if something serious happened you won’t lose your income. In “Haters and Jealous People” chapter talks about the devil eye and also people around you who can impact your growing negatively and you need to stay away from them, but in “Accepting Death as Part of Life” chapter author asking you constantly think about DEATH which is highly negative to me, maybe it’s a religious belief to some people but what I’ve learned is to be optimistic and ask and think about highly positive future which is going to happen soon although I don’t reject death reality. “The Importance of a First Impression” is another chapter which he express his meaning clearly and emphasize how important is to dress clean and appropriate (read this post). “How Other People Will Make You Rich” is the greatest chapter which I truly believe in it because I have experienced it and I exactly know how people around you can easily impact on who you are and who you’re gonna be in future, if I was the author may be i would write this chapter as first one. Building a Successful Image with Practical Tools, Sources of Livelihood on the Road to Wealth, Reporting to Seniors; Reports from Subordinates, Social Skills, Connections, Networking and Rubbing Elbows with Nobility, Patience and Forbearance, Sowing and Reaping, Self-discipline and Courage, Savings, Pension and Contingency Plans for Failures, The Cost of Useless Emotions, Wastefulness, Gambling and Stupidity, The Importance of General Knowledge and Conversational Skills, The Law and Accounting as Friends and as Stumbling Blocks on the Road to Wealth, Saving on Professional Work is the High Road to Poverty, Mortgages and Wealth, and a Little More on Self-discipline, Who Are the Friends of a Wealthy Man?, Health, Fitness and “Who is Wealthy”? and A Closing Prayer – Nineteen Commandments. are the rest of the book. In each chapter you’ll learn (or it reminds you) even simple things to take care of because each of them could hold you back from getting rich. I honestly have problem with the topic of the book (personal idea) this book contains with a lot of good tips and advice for life but not make you rich. I would call it “How Don’t Lose Your Wealth “or ” A Complimentary Getting Rich” book. I’d like to give this book a 5 star review as a complimentary book that you need to read beside other “how getting rich” books just because of its practical tips. Dedicate significant amount of time and spend $10.95 (by ordering this book) to acquiring general knowledge and save yours and your family financial future. http://3ee.info/rich-before-40-the-ul...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    ‘Your money is worth much more when you are young; therefore, save and tighten your belt at a young age.’ Israeli author Paz Itzhaki-Weinberger, Esq. is a successful high-tech entrepreneur and a partner to venture capital backed exits worth hundreds of millions of Israeli shekels. He owns a prosperous law firm in Tel Aviv as well as real estate properties in Israel and abroad. Earlier he was a senior employee at Microsoft’s Israel R&D Center. Paz is a senior member in international organizations ‘Your money is worth much more when you are young; therefore, save and tighten your belt at a young age.’ Israeli author Paz Itzhaki-Weinberger, Esq. is a successful high-tech entrepreneur and a partner to venture capital backed exits worth hundreds of millions of Israeli shekels. He owns a prosperous law firm in Tel Aviv as well as real estate properties in Israel and abroad. Earlier he was a senior employee at Microsoft’s Israel R&D Center. Paz is a senior member in international organizations such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), and the directorate of the Israel-Britain Chamber of Commerce (IBCC). He is involved in business and legal activities worldwide and is a position holder or interested party in a multitude of companies and high-tech ventures. RICH BEFORE 40 is his debut book. Paz writes with warmth, compassion and appreciation for the varying backgrounds of his readers as her states I his Foreword – ‘The purpose of this book is to bring you, the reader, a change for the better; to rescue you or your children, who are trapped in the cobwebs woven by society in the frantic day-to-day race for survival and existence, and to lead you to material wealth. Abundance will free you from the frantic ways of the world and liberate you from the shackles of the mortgage and the other day-to-day economic constraints. I believe that spiritual wealth comes with the material one, and that will be my gift. I hope that the guidelines in this book will percolate into your head, and maybe into your children’s consciousness as well. I hope that they will help you become wealthy and reach economic well-being at a young age. What will you decide to do at that point, when you manage to become rich? Will you really enrich your spiritual world, rather than simply indulge in the pleasures that money brings and only realize your non-spiritual desires? That decision is totally yours.’ This manner continues throughout his book: ‘How does a person become rich?‘ And to answer his initial question he addresses Insurance and Securities – Critical Tools to Guarantee That You Become Rich, Haters and Jealous People, Accepting Death as Part of Life, The Importance of a First Impression, How Other People Will Make You Rich, Building a Successful Image with Practical Tools, Sources of Livelihood on the Road to Wealth, Reporting to Seniors; Reports from Subordinates, Social Skills, Connections, Networking and Rubbing Elbows with Nobility, Patience and Forbearance, Sowing and Reaping, Self-discipline and Courage, Savings, Pension and Contingency Plans for Failures, The Cost of Useless Emotions, Wastefulness, Gambling and Stupidity, The Importance of General Knowledge and Conversational Skills, The Law and Accounting as Friends and as Stumbling Blocks on the Road to Wealth, Saving on Professional Work is the High Road to Poverty, Mortgages and Wealth, and a Little More on Self-discipline, Who Are the Friends of a Wealthy Man?, Health, Fitness and “Who is Wealthy”? and A Closing Prayer – Nineteen Commandments. Reading this engrossing book we realize that wealth is far more than just money – though Paz teaches us how to increase that also: it is more about philosophy and the manner in which we react, respond and belong to our society and friends and families.He leaves us with a meaningful quote – ‘Only he who dares and persists wins.’Highly recommended

  6. 4 out of 5

    My Bookshelf

    It is said money can’t buy happiness. This holds true to a certain extent but at the same time, money can get you a secured life and future. And to earn and save money, one needs proper guidance of financial matters. Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth by Paz Itzhaki Weinberger is a book that has some great insights to improve ones financial situation. He has explained everything in a very simple and logical manner. If we take the example of his Grandfather’s saving of lottery money, th It is said money can’t buy happiness. This holds true to a certain extent but at the same time, money can get you a secured life and future. And to earn and save money, one needs proper guidance of financial matters. Rich Before 40: The Ultimate Guide to Wealth by Paz Itzhaki Weinberger is a book that has some great insights to improve ones financial situation. He has explained everything in a very simple and logical manner. If we take the example of his Grandfather’s saving of lottery money, the author has shown all the calculation to explain how he did that. This book is not only about tips on earning. It also emphasises on the advantages of saving. Like it is said, a penny saved ia a penny earned. And the author has shown us practically how it can be done. There are many good life lessons in the book that give some great insights on leading a financially secured life. The language used is very natural and the pace is good. Overall a good book on personal financial management.

  7. 5 out of 5

    DeAngela

    Doing a book review for Mr.Paz Itzhaki-Weinberger, in Mr.weinberger's book Rich before 40 the ultimate guide to wealth. He gives advice as well as tools through words of wisdom on how to build up to having a more wealthy life, and even advice on how to deal with each obstacle that may come in the way of reaching each potential. I really enjoyed his book and it's a wonderful read. For more of Mr.Weinberger work Check him out on Amazon.com Doing a book review for Mr.Paz Itzhaki-Weinberger, in Mr.weinberger's book Rich before 40 the ultimate guide to wealth. He gives advice as well as tools through words of wisdom on how to build up to having a more wealthy life, and even advice on how to deal with each obstacle that may come in the way of reaching each potential. I really enjoyed his book and it's a wonderful read. For more of Mr.Weinberger work Check him out on Amazon.com

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