Is Getting Rich Luck
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Author: ARX Reads
Publisher: ARX Brand International LLC
There are no secrets to getting rich overnight, but there are some proven systems that can help you get rich. The reality is that everyone has the same opportunity to be rich. Some may face greater obstacles than others. But the opportunity is there for everyone to seize. Have you ever wondered why some people are rich, and others are not? Mostly it’s because of their lifestyle and mindset. Many people spend their entire lives lamenting the situation in which they were born, while others strive every day to change it, and that differentiates us. Also, they still believe in easy money and that everything is a matter of luck. That is why there are still companies that steal money from others by promising to double it in a week. There are still a lot of people that do nothing because they feel that one day “their time will come” and believe that wealthiness is a matter of divine luck. But having money or “financial freedom” is more a matter of habits and effort than “luck or the easy way,” and there are many habits that do not allow you to achieve that goal. It's incorrect to think that you need money to become rich and wealthy. Self-made millionaires start building wealth with things that don't include money. In this book, I'll share with you how to get rich and wealthy without being lucky.
Author: Robert H. Frank
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Release Date: 2017-09-26
From New York Times bestselling author and economics columnist Robert Frank, a compelling book that explains why the rich underestimate the importance of luck in their success, why that hurts everyone, and what we can do about it How important is luck in economic success? No question more reliably divides conservatives from liberals. As conservatives correctly observe, people who amass great fortunes are almost always talented and hardworking. But liberals are also correct to note that countless others have those same qualities yet never earn much. In recent years, social scientists have discovered that chance plays a much larger role in important life outcomes than most people imagine. In Success and Luck, bestselling author and New York Times economics columnist Robert Frank explores the surprising implications of those findings to show why the rich underestimate the importance of luck in success—and why that hurts everyone, even the wealthy. Frank describes how, in a world increasingly dominated by winner-take-all markets, chance opportunities and trivial initial advantages often translate into much larger ones—and enormous income differences—over time; how false beliefs about luck persist, despite compelling evidence against them; and how myths about personal success and luck shape individual and political choices in harmful ways. But, Frank argues, we could decrease the inequality driven by sheer luck by adopting simple, unintrusive policies that would free up trillions of dollars each year—more than enough to fix our crumbling infrastructure, expand healthcare coverage, fight global warming, and reduce poverty, all without requiring painful sacrifices from anyone. If this sounds implausible, you'll be surprised to discover that the solution requires only a few, noncontroversial steps. Compellingly readable, Success and Luck shows how a more accurate understanding of the role of chance in life could lead to better, richer, and fairer economies and societies.
A MAGIC HE NEVER KNEW EXISTED, YET WHICH HE MUST SOMEHOW CONTROL....After a string of disappointments with his literary career, Adam decides to embark on a get-rich-quick scheme by renovating rundown houses. Then by chance, he discovers a book of magic in a hidden basement of the latest derelict property he has acquired for renovation. Adam can' believe his luck.Excited to share his find, he invites his friends Dick and Charlie to tell them about it, but they are very sceptical about the abilities of the book and think Adam is delusional. When Adam tries to demonstrate the magic, things quickly take a turn for the worse. Adam inadvertently casts a spell which turns Dick into a crayfish. Unable to reverse the spell immediately and while searching for the solution, he leaves Dick in the garden pond. Adam and Charlie decide go to The Three Witches, Adam's local pub, for a drink to calm their nerves and take stock. While they are there, it rains very heavily and the pond gets flooded and the crayfish Dick disappears. Dick's wife Rachael reports him missing to the police who suspect Adam is having an affair with her and has done away with Dick. Things continue to spiral out of control when Adam is burgled and the book is stolen. He then discovers that a powerful, evil warlock Bruce, is also looking for the book.Adam finds himself in a race against time, to recover the book and thwart the evil warlock threatening him, to stand any chance of bringing Dick back, if he can. Meanwhile he also has to save himself from the attention of the police, and in particular a police officer, who is convinced of Adam's guilt. They come and dig up his newly laid concrete patio at the back of his house in search of Dick's body. Though unsuccessful, they are eager to pin Dick's murder on him.From the author of the sci-fi adventure The Arbitrator, GET RICH OR GET LUCKY is black- humoured Urban Fantasy Thriller that will have readers at the edge of their seats. New Revised Edition.