7 edition of Direct Pointing to Real Wealth found in the catalog.
May 1, 2000
by HOPS Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||186|
The author makes it clear that he believes people need to pick their battles in life. Sure, people want to have a lot of money, but having a passion for your life and career is more important because real wealth lies in one's experience. Readers enjoy the entertaining stories in this book. 3. Wealth creation is a holy calling, and a God-given gift, which is commended in the Bible. 4. Wealth creators should be affirmed by the Church, and equipped and deployed to serve in the marketplace among all peoples and nations. 5. Wealth hoarding is wrong, and wealth .
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An ideal long-term portfolio involves a combination of multiple asset classes such as equity, debt, real estate, and gold, among others. Further, each asset class comprises a Author: ET CONTRIBUTORS. The short answer is yes. Direct Wealth and Indirect Wealth, strictly speaking, should not be regarded as the same thing, and the differences in their manifestations in real life will show up mostly in the person’s character and disposition, their attitude towards money and their way of acquiring money.
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Direct quotations are commonly introduced by a signal phrase (also called a quotative frame), such as Dr. King said or Abigail Adams wrote, and are used in written and audio or visual media, especially if an anchor or reporter is giving someone's exact words without having a recording of the person actually saying it.
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Pointing to the protests in the United States and elsewhere over racism and policing, he said that much of the world is still trying to dismantle a colonial ideology that insisted white Christian.Real estate, a business that has long avoided grappling with racism and its own historical role in keeping Seattle segregated by neighborhood, is now forced to reckon with its lack of diversity.The real estate investing advice is solid and the strategy he proposes is a reasonable and realistic approach to creating financial freedom.
My favorite aspect of the book though was his focus on the fact that financial wealth is really just an outgrowth of personal growth. There can be no lasting wealth without a solid personal foundation/5(28).