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Publisher Description

Why is it that some people work hard, yet remain poor? How is it that others seem to rise out of poverty and become affluent in a short span of time? The answers are in this little book, which everyone should listen to at some point in their life. If they did, they would know how to become rich relatively quickly. If not, they might spend years working back-breakingly hard, without ever breaking even. That’s how powerful the principles contained in this book are.

The answers to escaping poverty and becoming wealthy are actually well known; they have been tested by time and replicated in different countries, by families and by individuals who have become astonishingly rich. And when you simply follow the principles, they work.

So what are these principles that genuinely lift people out of poverty and ensure their personal wealth? Here are 50. They all work. They will make you richer. They remove the emotion, the politics and the clutter from our thoughts about wealth, and they go straight to the heart of one simple issue: what it genuinely takes to become rich. Prepare to train your brain for wealth. Prepare to become "poverty proof" for life.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
NARRATOR
DK
Douglas Kruger
LENGTH
04:05
hr min
RELEASED
2019
July 24
PUBLISHER
Penguin Random House SA
PRESENTED BY
Audible.com
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
207.6
MB

Customer Reviews

sefardicus ,

A Surprisingly Inspiring Uncomfortable Eye-Opener

If one but gives Poverty Proof an honest chance, Douglas Kruger will bestow upon oneself, a surprising paradigm-shift.

The author delves into uncomfortable subjects, with unvarnished honesty. This fearless treatment can be uncomfortable, but for my ethnically mixed eyes, I found it to be refreshing and life-changing counsel.

For a person who came from abject poverty, and has risen himself to wonderful success, Mr. Kruger is that youthful father-figure who is uniquely qualified to be a voice of friendly reason.

Prepare to be amazed!

Bachatera5678 ,

Racist

I only listened to the first 10 minutes which said people, especially black people, are poor becuase social handouts make them lazy and lead to the destruction of the family unit.

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