Five Wealth Secrets 96% of Us Don't Know

Five Wealth Secrets % of Us Don t Know If we gave people today what results would we see one year from now We would probably see that % would have left % would have % would have between and Why Becau

  • Title: Five Wealth Secrets 96% of Us Don't Know
  • Author: Craig Hill
  • ISBN: B007KMA218
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • If we gave 100 people 10,000 today, what results would we see one year from now We would probably see that 80% would have 0 left16% would have 10,5004% would have between 20,000 and 1,000,000Why Because 96% of us have never been taught to practice the Five Secrets that result in natural, supernatural, and generational wealth multiplication.Discover five simple bibliIf we gave 100 people 10,000 today, what results would we see one year from now We would probably see that 80% would have 0 left16% would have 10,5004% would have between 20,000 and 1,000,000Why Because 96% of us have never been taught to practice the Five Secrets that result in natural, supernatural, and generational wealth multiplication.Discover five simple biblical principles that anyone could implement, but most people don t Implementing these Five Secrets in your life could radically change not only your current financial situation, but the financial future of your children and grandchildren.

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    • Ttjiptad says:

      A succinct, relevant, practical, wholesome/holistic, wise advice to manage wealth wellMy pastor used to say "money is a good servant but a bad master". It's so true. A lot of us thought that we own money, but how we structure our lives, think about money, hoard money, spend money, is more like the money owns us. Craig Hill dig the Truth from the Bible that is highly relevant both for those who believe in the Bible as well as those who don't. You will learn a comprehensive, systematic, logical, a [...]

    • Daniel Sum says:

      Five wealth secretIt is a rather long story telling book to educate the readers on how to achieve their wealth and outperform the mediocre population, it has practical methods inside the books on how to build up wealth. It will be better if the story can be more concise and cut short.

    • Emily says:

      "Wisdom is the basis for wealth" is the synopsis of this book; the application of Biblical OT principles by the Jews, indeed as a way of life more than a set of rules, is what a Jewish accountant attributes - when asked - to the astronomically better financial position of Jews over their Christian counterparts (in general). This is not prosperity theology, but rather a stewardship book that embraces both the natural and the supernatural, practical advice as well as listening to what the Holy Spi [...]

    • Larry Fox says:

      I’ve taught adult classes on the principles of money management (including the envelope method) and can recognize a simple and workable system when I see one. This book is it. The Five Jar (or envelope) method is simple enough I adapted it for my grandchildren and taught them the basic principles. I give them an allowance with the proper change they need for their envelopes and occasionally ask them how they’re using certain funds, just to make sure they understand and are being faithful to [...]

    • Kayla says:

      I read this book with my husband, and we had many fabulous conversations through the course of this book.The author creates a fictional father/son and writes most of the book as their conversation - a passing on of wisdom to the next generation of sorts. My husband's biggest objection to the book was how "perfect"/"ideal" some of the situations were, but that is part of the teaching aspect, in my opinion.We now look at our finances differently. Sure, we were already on board with secret 1 and we [...]

    • Jeff Smith says:

      This was an excellent book on understanding finances from a Christian perspective. In this book, the author uses a father to discuss with his teenage son and into adulthood about finances. The teenager learns from his father what the Bible says and how to explore the 4% of the wealth secrets.As an adult, the son realizes the values he learned about finances in his younger years and how everyone around him is more of the 96% group.Understanding historical trends in the economy is essential to und [...]

    • Christopher Lewis Kozoriz says:

      "In the business you are contemplating starting, if you find a way to serve the most people, you will make more money. Whoever serves the most people prospers most." ~ Craig Hill, Five Wealth Secrets 96% of Us Don't Know (Page 75, Paragraph 1)I particularly liked chapter 2 in this book, which says, "The 4% believe that provision naturally follows vision. Thus they choose to focus on establishing clear vision with an exception that provision will naturally follow."Craig Hill uses a father-son sto [...]

    • Brian Blomgren says:

      Great model of important decisions in principles of personal finance. The story is a model of a wise father sharing knowledge to his son on living out a disciplined life when it comes to use of money.

    • Monica says:

      Outstanding booklove the simple teachings described in an easy and understandable way. Highly recommend!

    • Chris Walsh says:

      Was loaned this book by LtCol Larry Henderson, retired army. Tremendous book. Reread it (its small), and have read portions of it to my children. Simple wise principals to live by.

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